- A Screw Conveyor can be used as a mixer or agitator to blend dry or fluid ingredients, provide crystallization or coagulant action or maintain solutions in suspension.
- Stainless Steel Screw Conveyors can be manufactured to conform to USDA and FDA food grade regulations.
- They are compact and easily adapted to congested locations.
- Screw Conveyors are often more cost effective than other material handling options such as belt, pneumatic and drag conveyors.
- They can be set up as Screw Feeders to control the flow of material in processing operations which depend upon accurate batching.
- Screw Conveyors are versatile and can be employed in horizontal, inclined and vertical installations as well as multiple screw Live Bottom Feeders.
- Screw Conveyors can be sealed for dust free and vapor tight requirements.
- A Screw Conveyor can be used for heating and cooling products by utilizing jacketed housings and/or hollow flight screws.
- Screw Conveyors can be made out of a variety of materials to make them corrosion resistant, abrasion resistant or heat resistant depending upon the product being conveyed.
- They can be outfitted with multiple discharge points offering greater system design flexibility.
- Live Bottoms
- Tube Troughs
- Plug Screws
- Abrasion Resistant
- Corrosion Resistant
- FDA/USDA Food Grade
- Screw Presses
Conveyor Eng. & Mfg. manufactures both standard CEMA spec conveyors as well as custom, made to order systems. All components are made in the USA by skilled craftsman at our Cedar Rapids, IA plant.
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