Lineshaft Conveyor Drives
These lineshaft conveyor drives are the backbone of a lineshaft conveyor system. One drive section can drive up to 60 feet of conveyor on either side.
How does lineshaft conveyor work?
Lineshaft powered roller conveyors are a truly innovative design among powered conveyors. The basic design utilizes rollers that are driven by a urethane belt from a drive shaft under the roller bed which runs the length of the conveyor. This driveshaft is turned by a motor and transmits its rotation via small urethane belts to individual rollers.
This type of conveyor also provides a basic accumulation function. When back-pressure is applied to the product being conveyed, the spools driving the rollers under the product will slip on the drive shaft providing very minimal back-pressure.
- 1.9" diameter x 16 gauge galvanized rollers
- 7/16" hex, spring retained steel axles
- Plain grease packed bearings
- Rollers set 1/4" high on 3" centers
- 5-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 12 gauge powder coated formed steel channel frames
- Bolted construction
- 60 feet per minute maximum
- Two H-style leg supports included - 30" to top of roller
Motor and electrical specifications:
- 1/2 HP, 115/230VAC - 1 phase motor
- One manual motor starter - on/off switch
- Wired for mounting within 3' of drive, non-reversing