Tubular Drag Conveyors
Cable & Chain Drag Conveyors
Cableflow® Tubular Cable Drag Conveyors
These are in fact a development of our tried and tested aero mechanical conveyors - operating with reduced clearances and at reduced running speeds. Cableflow conveyors are designed for gentle handling and installations requiring conveying in multiple planes. They can transfer fragile bulk products from single or multiple in-feed points to single or multiple discharge points over long distances with little or no damage.
If you are considering a cable drag conveyor you probably have a few questions such as:
What are the best types of materials for a cable drag conveyor?
What materials can a cable drag conveyor convey?
How much does a cable drag conveyor cost?
What is the speed & capacity of a cable drag conveyor?
What are the materials of construction of a cable drag conveyor?
What are the components & options of a cable drag conveyor?
What is the cleanability of a cable drag conveyor?
How do cable drag conveyors compare to drag chain conveyors?
How do I keep a cable drag conveyor running smoothly?
Chainflow® Tubular Chain Drag Conveyors
Spiroflow’s Chainflow tubular chain drag conveyor is the newest mechanical conveying option in our extensive line of mechanical conveyors designed for the dry bulk solids and powder processing industry. The hygienic, heavy-duty, totally enclosed, dust-free Chainflow tubular chain drag conveyor economically conveys dry, hot (up to 180°F/82°C) or cold, powders and granules, particularly fragile materials such as cereals, nuts, coffee beans, food ingredients, pet food, animal feed, and a wide variety of chemicals and plastics. Processors can easily convey or batch ingredients with crevice free material contact chain with flexibility in layout options. They successfully convey any number of non-cohesive dry powders and granules.
What materials can a Chainflow drag chain conveyor convey?
What are the components of a Chainflow drag conveyor?
What is the speed and capacity of a Chainflow drag conveyor?
Dynaflow® Link & Pin Driven Tubular Drag Conveyors
Our Dynaflow Link & Pin Driven Tubular Drag Conveyor is also a mechanical drag conveyor system operating within the confines of a pipe. However, the discs that move material along the pipe are connected by heavy duty articulated metal links. This means that they are well suited to the most arduous of applications. The discs can be made from a variety of materials including steel and cast iron. This enables them to operate at temperatures up to 482°F (250°C).
We call our Dynaflow conveyors 'Problem Solvers in a Pipeline.'
If you are considering a drag chain conveyor you probably have a few questions such as:
How do I choose the best drag chain conveyor?
What is the difference between a structural and non-structural drag chain conveyor?
What is the difference between a cable drag conveyor and a drag chain conveyor?
What is the speed and capacity of a drag chain conveyor?
What are the best types of materials for a structural drag chain conveyor?
What materials can a structural drag chain conveyor convey?
What are the materials of construction of a structural drag chain conveyor?
What is the maximum length of a structural drag chain conveyor?
What are the layout options for a structural drag chain conveyor?
How do I keep my structural drag chain conveyor moving?
How much does a structural drag chain conveyor cost?
- Gentle Conveying of Delicate Products
- Cable or Solid Link Options
- Cable Models Offer Long Cable Life
- 24/7/365 Reliability
- Totally Enclosed, Dust-free, Contamination-free Handling
- Multiple Inlets & Multiple Outlets
- Operate in Multiple Planes
- High-Temperature Options
- Dry, Moist or Wet Materials
- Low Energy Consumption
- No Filters or Cyclones
- Maintains Blends
- Proven Over 40+ years