Accessories and components related to material handling.
Ball transfer units (BTU) are ball transfer table components that consist of a large, load-bearing ball that sits atop smaller balls inside of a hemispherical cup.
Beam clamps attach conduits, pipework, panels, or other hardware to the flanges of structural beams.
Casters are complete wheel and horn assemblies that attach to the bottom of equipment to allow movement and carry loads. There are two basic types of casters: rigid and swivel.
Checkweighers are weighing systems used to verify that the weight of a product is within prescribed limits.
Conveyor belts are used in a wide variety of material transport applications such as manufacturing, food processing, and heavy industry. Belt construction and belt materials are often application-specific.
Conveyor chain is used for material conveyance under harsh conditions, in specialty applications, or when material can be allowed to fall through gaps in the conveying surface.
Conveyor controls and monitors are used to control and monitor conveyors and conveying systems.
Conveyor sprockets (mill sprockets, engineering class sprockets, engineered sprockets) are used in conjunction with conveyor chains or conveyor belts.
Damage indicators are applied onto or within containers and products to indicate that the device has been exposed to environmental factors that could damage the packaged goods.
Door operators are devices used to open and close all types of doors or gates. These operators can be powered by a variety of power sources such as electric, hydraulic or pneumatic devices.
Drive rollers and idler rollers convey materials along a belt or within an assembly. Drive rollers are powered by electric motors, while idler rollers are linked in a transmission or unpowered.
Drum pulleys are power transmission components used in conveyor and bulk handling applications. There are five product categories: heavy duty, mine duty, quarry duty, extreme duty, and engineered class.
Elevator buckets are containers for the collection and transport of powder or granular materials. They attach to belts on a conveyor system.
End trucks are motorized or manual devices that run on girders. They are used to position and support lifts or manipulators over the work area.
Feed Screws and mixing Screws are screws or augers placed in bins, silos, extruders, hoppers, or molding machine to provide uniform flow. As the screw turns, process material is mixed and conveyed.
Grates consist of a metal or fiberglass lattice that provides a slip-resistant or semi-open surface.
Ladder rungs and covers form strong, slip-resistant steps on metal, wooden, and fiberglass ladders.
Ladders are devices that workers use to step up or gain access to elevated surfaces.
Lifting and rigging attachments are used on a crane or hoist between the hook and the item to be lifted. Items include sling release systems, product specific lifters, clamps and grapples.
Lifting slings are material handling accessories for load attachment to lifts, cranes, and hoists.
Pulley and roller lagging is the process of covering the surface of rollers or pulleys to increase traction, prevent premature wear, improve alignment between the roller/pulley and a belt, and extend the overall lifetime of the system.
Pulley blocks are assemblies that consist of a hook or shackle, swivel, bearing, sheaves, sprockets, pins and frame. They are suspended by a hoisting rope or load chain and are designed for a variety of lifting applications.
Security seals are safety products that visually identify if a seal, container, package or enclosure has been opened.
Stairs and stairways include all types of complete, pre-fabricated stair systems and staircases.
Support stands are used to hold a piece of equipment at an elevated or extended position. This product area represents a large range of products - from heavy-duty industrial jack stands to light-weight, easily-adjustable camera and speaker stands.
Tie down straps are devices that are used to secure items during shipment or movement. Products include ratcheted tie downs, straps and elastic bungees.
Timing screws are helical-screw devices used within automated equipment to advance product at a specific rate and interval of movement.
Vacuum cups and vacuum pads engage an object and attach to it with an applied, sealed vacuum. The pads then lift, move, or position the work piece in assembly or inspection applications.
Wheels are solid discs or rigid circular rings that attach to assemblies such as casters to allow movement. They are connected to a hub and designed to turn around an axle.