Conveyor Layouts and Designs
Cablevey Cable Conveyors offer the best in tubular drag conveying systems in completely customizable layouts. Cablevey Conveyor technologies are unique in that our systems are oriented towards specialty materials like breakfast cereal, coffee, and nuts. Our conveyor technologies are ideal for moving materials and mixes in a dust-free, contamination-free way.
Our conveyor technologies feature the combination of conveyance tubes with cable and discs attached at set intervals. This design serves to gently handle materials from an inlet to discharge by holding materials between the discs within an enclosed tube.
Enclosed tubes reduce material damage and waste. This results in superior products and bottom line results.
Our conveyor technologies feature the combination of conveyance tubes with cables and discs that hold material within an enclosed tube.
Material contained within tubes reduces risks of contamination and keeps processing facilities cleaner.
Easy to Clean
Wet, dry and in-place cleaning options are available to reduce cleaning time, labor and required resources.
The Elegant and simple design means fewer parts, higher reliability and less to maintain. The result: lower costs and downtime kept to a minimum.
The Elegant and simple design means lower horsepower engines, lower energy requirements, and less heat generation.
Multiple Inlets & Discharges
Multiple inlets and discharges mean one system can replace many and provides for greater flexibility in plant design.
Cablevey Conveyors move products in any direction required including multi-directional and vertically.
Our Key Components are highly flexible and modular, to facilitate easy access for factory floor needs.
1. Drive Unit
The cable is pulled through the drive unit by an electric gearmotor mounted to a stainless steel frame. The cable can enter and exit through either tube port as required for your layout.
Funnels are used to discharge material from rotary discharges and/or cleanouts. Funnel outlets are available in a wide variety of sizes and connection types to fit your needs.
3. Inspection Section
The Inspection Section is a food grade plastic tube that allows you to see the product conveyed and observe the cleaning process. They can be installed in the vertical or horizontal runs as desired.
Sweeps change travel to any desired direction. Sweeps are available in many angles from 0-90 degrees and in several different radius dimensions to fit restricted spaces.
5. Compression Coupler
The coupler’s food grade rubber gasket ensures a good seal against air, water and dust. The coupler holds the tubes together in perfect alignment to provide the discs a smooth path.
Inlets are available in a wide variety of lengths to accommodate various needs. The sides of the inlets are available in different slopes to accommodate different material flow properties. Multiple inlets may be used if desired.
The turnaround contains a sprocket that facilitates reversing cable direction from the return side of the system to the product conveying side. The sprocket is mounted on a mechanism designed to provide proper cable tension.
The discharge has the ability to be open or closed allowing materials either to pass through or exit the conveyor at that point.
Common Tubular Conveyor Layouts
Our cable and tubular conveyor systems are modularized to offer flexibility for all types of processing plant needs. Components may be linked in multiple units. They can also be customized to create optimal conveying solutions. Our engineering team stands ready to serve your needs.
HVH layouts carry materials from point-to-point and at varying altitudes.
Horizontal corner layouts, typically 90,75, or 60 degrees, can be customized to a 24”,36”,48” and 60” radius.
Loop layouts move materials in a tight or pre-defined space and allow for multiple inlets.
Inline layouts are the simplest installations for point-to-point conveyance.
Horizontal transfer layouts allow for long runs and can accommodate multiple inlets.
Horizontal-Vertical-Horizontal layouts carry materials from point-to-point and at varying altitudes.
U-Shape layouts move materials in tight or pre-defined spaces and allow for multiple inlets.
Vertical transfer layouts are often used to move materials to and from mezzanines. Vertical transfers also commonly blend ingredients via multiple inlets.
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