Russell Conveyor & Equipment offers a full range of conveyor systems and material handling technologies. We specialize in the design, manufacture, and assembly of conveyors for a variety of industries. We work closely with our customers during the design and implementation phase to ensure the system will provide the desired results.
We offer a complete range of Conveyor Systems including:
Accumulation Conveyor Systems
Accumulation conveyors are used to temporarily stop or hold material during the fulfillment process. This is important to reduce or stop damages to lightweight or fragile packages due to pressure build up. Accumulation conveyors can provide zero pressure which keeps the packages from touching or minimum pressure which allows light touching.
Transportation Conveyor Systems
Transportation Conveyors move products from one point to another without stopping. This conveyor system is crucial in transporting items where there is no accumulation of product. The rollers move at high speeds for efficiency in material handling. This conveyor type is comparable to an interstate system; it gets items to their destination as quickly as possible with no stops.
MDR Extendable, Expandable, & Flexible Conveyors
MDR Extendable, Expandable & Flexible Conveyors are useful where movability, portability, and compactness is essential. They can be used in facilities where spaces such as aisles need to be open temporarily or where the loading/unloading location changes. These units can be portable allowing them to be moved around the facility, as needed.
Gravity conveyors are a great economical option for conveying loads when no motor power is needed. They move materials from one area to another where a slight pitch can be created and gravity does the work. They can be curved, straight, spiral, and part of a larger conveyor system. Gravity conveyors are perfect for staging products in picking, fulfillment, and assembly areas as well as truck off-loading.
Spiral conveyors move loads from floor to floor with an extremely small footprint as compared to traditional inclines or declines. They can be easily integrated with new or older systems and the spirals provide smooth accumulation that can be zero or low-pressure. They are safe, reliable, and easy to modify if reconfigurations are needed.