1100 Miniature Conveyors
Dorner’s 1100 Series miniature conveyor has one of the lowest profiles in the market. The conveyor is designed for small or lightweight part handling and it can easily fit inside machinery and equipment. With Clean Room Class 100 Certification and FDA approved belting, it is ideal for pharmaceutical, medical and life science applications.
2200 Low Profile Conveyors
2200 Series low profile, high performance fabric and modular belt conveyors feature a high speed nose bar transfer option, a durable single piece frame design, universal T-slots, and a wide range of belting and guiding options. The 2200 Series Line is engineered for small to medium sized parts, precision applications and flexible layouts.
2700 Medium Duty Conveyors
The 2700 Medium Duty conveyor utilizes the same low-profile frame as the 2200 series and is designed with large bearings and a hard anodized aluminum bedplate to provide increased durability and weight capacity without adding to the weight of the conveyor. Featuring increased widths and a higher weight rating, this conveyor is an ideal option for eCommerce, AGV, and material handling applications. The 2700 Medium Duty also includes Dorner’s industry-leading v-guiding for positive belt tracking and the universal T-Slot for ease of adding accessories and hardware.
3200 Heavy Duty Conveyors
3200 Series heavy duty, low maintenance conveyors that are ideal for medium to heavy sized parts, precision applications, bulk handling and both automated and manual assembly. Available in both fabric and modular belts, 3200 Series Conveyors are designed for high speeds, long runs and up to 4 curves per conveyor.
The new DCMove Belted Conveyor will better serve the logistics and e-commerce industry by providing an economic painted steel frame paired with Dorner’s commitment to precision conveyance. The DCMove is designed with many features including wide load capacity range, and motor mounted inside the tails to reduce the conveyor’s footprint and provide an easy-to-integrate conveyor package.
All FlexMove conveyors allow you to customize your line based on your company’s current needs, while also offering the possibility for future changes and expansion. Ease of assembly and adaptability eliminates costly engineering intervention, equipment disposal, and promotes an overall lower cost of ownership.
Dorner’s Pallet System conveyors simplify product flow and control with features such as a unique pin tracking system, industry compatible pallet sizes and innovative modules. Our 2200 Series Precision Move Pallet System conveyor and our FlexMove Pallet Systems are advanced in pallet traffic management and are specifically designed to increase efficiency, reduce downtime in automation processes, and provide the accurate conveying.
Sanitary, Stainless Steel Conveyors
Dorner’s line of sanitary conveyors are designed to improve your food safety. With Dorner’s hygienically designed conveyors, you can have confidence in your food handling equipment and less worry about product quality. Features such as removable wear strips, belt lifters and frame cut outs allow fast access to the conveyor frame, meaning our conveyors clean up two times faster than the competition.
Dorner’s in-house belting department allows us to build conveyors that operate more efficiently by making belts that perform well and track properly. In our 40+ years of producing precision conveyors and belts, Dorner has developed some of the most advanced methods in splicing, cleat welding, v-guiding, designing, testing and inspecting belts on the market today. We use the highest quality belt material available to ensure proper application fit and excellent belt longevity.
When considering your conveyor system, replacement parts cannot be overlooked. Keeping core parts in stock will decrease downtime and keep costs low. Stocking Dorner certified parts helps keep your conveyor running better and increases the service life of your system. Dorner also offers parts auditing and preventative maintenance programs to ensure our customers get the most out of their conveyors.