Unibilt Continuous Flow Conveyor
Unibilt® continuous flow conveyors handle individual loads up to 250 lbs. (115 kg), making them an ideal choice for high-volume production runs or assembly operations. Unibilt provides manufacturers with a flexible conveyor system that is durable, economical and flexible.
These overhead conveyors are durable and more economical than standard, heavy-duty I-beam conveyors. Unibilt continuous flow conveyors offer maximum flexibility, optimum use of space and greater efficiency.
Unibilt Power & Free Conveyor
Unibilt® power & free conveyors are ideally suited to demanding industrial environments that require a high degree of versatility, they can also stop individual loads without stopping the entire line.
Daifuku North America's power & free conveyors offer a wide range of features - all designed to maximize your production capacity including variable chain speeds, high-speed indexing, on-line storage, and adaptability to changes in elevation
Daifuku North America's exclusive Wide Wing? design trolleys and lug channel track provide smoother conveyor to conveyor transfers, increased load stability, and a stronger track section than other manufacturers. Load capacities range up to 20,000 pounds (10,000 kg).
Over-N-Under Unibilt Enclosed Track Conveyor
Unibilt® Over-N-Under conveyors are highly flexible and can be tailored to bypass floor aisles and other obstacles. Unibilt Over-N-Under conveyors provide economical storage, live accumulation, and horizontal or vertical load transfer.
We offer three Over-N-Under conveyors: Gravity, Power driven and Power & Free
Unibilt Hand-Pushed Trolley Conveyor
Daifuku North America's Unibilt® hand-pushed trolleys have a load capacity of 250 pounds per trolley and a load capacity of four trolleys connected in tandem with load bars is 100 pounds and are the most durable and reliable in the business. The unique side guide rollers originated and patented by the Jervis B. Webb Company are the secret that keeps Unibilt hand-pushed trolleys rolling smoothly.
Unibeam has a complete line of 3" and 4" I-beam conveyors and parts. Unibeam is the conveyor that started it all more than 90 years ago when Jervis B. Webb provided over 30 miles of it to Henry Ford.
Today, Unibeam includes a complete line of the finest quality 3", 4"and 6" I-beam conveyors with rivetless chain to move materials down an assembly line or anywhere in your manufacturing facility.
Inverted and Overhead Power & Free
Power & free conveyors are ideally suited to demanding industrial environments that require a high degree of versatility. Power & free conveyors provide the unique ability to stop individual loads without stopping the entire production line. They offer a wide range of features including: variable chain speeds, high-speed indexing, on-line storage, and adaptability to changes in elevation - all designed to maximize your production capacity. Both our inverted and overhead power & free conveyors improve productivity, flexibility and control.
Towveyor Towline Conveyor
Towveyor® towline conveyors represent one of Daifuku North America's earliest innovations. Introduced in 1946, this durable product line continues to offer reliable, effective performance today.
Today's models are far more sophisticated than their earlier counterparts, incorporating computer controls and other high-tech enhancements, but the original rugged and dependable engineering principles remain unchanged.
Daifuku North America Towveyor conveyors provide high-speed, unattended material transport via tow carts, which follow in-floor conveyor chain. Following set paths, tow carts lessen traffic, reduce product damage, and allow unobstructed cross flow of fork truck traffic.
The Shallo-Tow® track is a light-to-medium-duty towline formed of rugged alloy steel and has replaceable wear bars. Shallo-Tow conveyors are adaptable to most industrial applications except those where grit and abrasive materials are encountered.
High-strength Daifuku rivetless chain continuously travels inside the Shallo-Tow track towing carts that engage the moving chain and can be designed using stop devices or accumulation methods.