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Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. can make your production line more efficient and profitable. Our company helps business owners improve factory performance and increase profits with high-quality, customized conveyor roller systems. Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. is the world leader in roller building. Contact us today to receive a quote.

 

The most successful manufacturing companies rely on the best tools and equipment to operate their factories, especially their conveyor systems. That's where Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. comes in. 

 

Because your conveyor system plays a huge role in how your production line functions, Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. recommends that you carefully choose the best conveyor rollers. We are here to help.

 

Here are some tips to help you choose the best conveyor roller for your production line:

 

Tip #1: Determine the Size of Your Conveyor Roller

If your production line has heavy loads, then you should choose a larger roller, as you should not exceed the maximum load per roller. Likewise, lighter loads require smaller rollers. Also, consider the loading conditions. Applications that have impact loading should opt for larger tubing with a heavier gauge.

 

Consult with Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. to determine the right size for your conveyor roller. Our background, experience, and expertise can take the guesswork out of the process and make the experience easy for you.

 

Tip #2: Choose the Type of Conveyor Roller that's Best for Your Business.

Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. offers Steel rollers and aluminum rollers for sale. The chief benefit of an aluminum roller is that it is easy to install and lightweight. However, steel rollers can provide much more stability for heavy-duty applications. You may opt to use both steel and aluminum rollers. 

 

Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. can customize a solution for your line that fits your needs and budget. Contact us for a consultation, and we'll help you determine the appropriate materials for your conveyor roller.

 

Tip #3: Speak with a Product Specialist from Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. 

There's no better way to get professional advice on which rollers to use than by calling an expert in the industry and asking questions. At CSE, we receive a lot of calls from prospective customers wondering which of our conveyor rollers would be right for their system. We're always happy to answer questions and direct our callers to the type of rollers that will improve efficiency on their production line- and we have a lot of products to choose from, including cost-effective plastic and nylon rollers, heavy duty rollers, stainless and metal rollers, industrial rollers, and more. Call us at 866-9-ROLLER with your production challenges and we'll help you make the right choice.

 

Tip #4: Purchase Your Conveyor Roller from a Reputed Company 

Purchase from a company that supplies high quality conveyor rollers to a variety of industries. If your production process is not moving along at an efficient pace, you could be losing money. Very often, conveyor rollers that are worn out go unnoticed until production grinds to a halt, and by then, it may take some time to locate new rollers to get the process moving along again. Whether your conveyor system was built with inferior rollers or it's been a while since you've had your rollers inspected, chances are, switching to our quality, custom-made conveyor rollers will improve your production process.

 

Tip #5: Be Willing to Advice from the Experts

Rely on the expertise of a manufacturer of dependable conveyor rollers rather than wasting your time getting an education in how your conveyor system works. Chances are, you have more important things to tend to at your facility. Our 27+ years in the conveyor system business has resulted in a a wide base of knowledge we are able to draw from at CSE to recommend replacement parts and components, design custom systems for niche industries, and custom build conveyor systems that efficiently move goods through a facility at the right speed for maximum profits. Don't hesitate to call us with your biggest challenges, knowing we are experts in the conveyor rollers industry.

 

How are Conveyor Rollers Measured?

To measure the length of a roller, measure the distance between bearing hub to bearing hub. Place your first right angle on the outer edge of the bearing extension, not on the edge of the roller. Place another right angle at the edge of the other bearing extension, and measure the distance in-between them. Add ⅛-inch to your number to get the between frame dimension.

 

How Do You Calculate Conveyor?

Conveyor length is one-half of the total belt length.

 

How Do You Measure the Diameter of a Roller?

You will need a set of calibers to measure roller diameter. The diameter should be measured as the outside diameter of the tubing. Use caliber forks on the outside of the tubing, adjusting until you have an accurate measurement.

 

How Do I Know My Roller Chain Size?

Most roller chains have the size stamped into the side plates. You may see something like "40", "C2080H" or "10B" stamped in, which the industry number that represents the chain size. 

 

Receive a Quote from CSE Inc.

Stop by the CSE website to browse our online catalog to see what we have to offer. You'll find we carry every type of conveyor roller material imaginable, along with quality bearings to ensure streamlined movement of rollers. A superior production process can mean a dramatic improvement in your company's bottom line!

 

Call or visit Conveyor Systems & Engineering Inc. for ready-made conveyor solutions and custom-designed and built conveyor systems that are made to stand up to whatever you put them through. We specialize in conveyor rollers for hazardous and corrosive environments and applications, wash-down rooms, dirty applications, high temperature production areas, abrasive materials, and much more. At CSE, we know your production line's efficiency is crucial to making your quota and we'll keep your profits and standards at the heart of our recommendations and advice.

 

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