picking conveyor

picking conveyor

[′pik·iŋ kən‚vā·ər]
(mining engineering)
A continuous belt or apron conveyor used to carry a relatively thin bed of material past pickers who hand-sort or pick the material being conveyed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
"After all three magnets, the ferrous product is very clean and passes onto a picking conveyor for hand picking copper or any entrapped waste.
Finally, the product is lowered to a working elevation and discharged onto the order picking conveyor.
One major focus, it was decided, should be updating the existing order picking conveyor system to improve efficiency and cut down on high maintenance costs.
Waste packaging materials are taken to a compactor on a separate conveyor that runs above the picking conveyors.
The shredders feature an 8,000-hp motor, a four-arm spider rotor and downstream solutions featuring two magnet stands with two 60-inch-by-96-inch axial pole mags, two 72-inch-wide Z-Box air systems, four picking conveyors and two radial stacking conveyors.
Adjustable picking carts Adjustable work platforms Back belts Carousel systems Computer-directed picking Conveyors Ergonomically-designed hand held terminals Ergonomically-designed totes Golden zoning Vertical lift modules
The 98/104 plant, made by Texas Shredder Inc., San Antonio, features a Smart Water Injection System, a 4,000 hp Alstom electric motor, dual ferrous picking conveyors, dual inline eddy currents, a 60-inch Z-box, and Hawkeye production management software.