Trolley Conveyor

Trolley Conveyor

 

a continuously operating device for moving various, primarily packaged and piece, materials within a shop. It consists of a enclosed, suspended, single-rail track, moving trolleys (carriages) with cargo hangers (hooks, clamps, stands), a tension device, and a drive element such as a chain or, more rarely, a steel cable, which is secured to the trolleys and set in motion by one or several drive systems.

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Carriers simply move forward when the trolley conveyor is powered.
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