Installing gravity conveyor rollers at your loading dock or warehouse can save time, money, and potentially insurance costs; by lightening the workload for your employees, you also reduce the risk of injury. Rather than lifting and carrying heavy boxes downstairs, they can be placed on the rollers and moved quickly and safely. Surprisingly, gravity conveyor rollers can also be used to move things uphill.
Conveyor rollers are also useful in assembly line applications; one worker can build a unit or pack a box, and easily push it down the line. A restaurant kitchen could even make use of them.
Conveyor rollers can be made from many different materials, from plastic to stainless steel. This not only affects the roller’s durability but also its cost. With such a wide range of options, you will be able to find a gravity conveyor roller to suit your needs.
From assembly lines to loading docks, light or heavy industrial use, conveyor rollers can make the job easier. An easier job makes for happier workers, and happier workers will make management’s job easier too.
The right conveyor roller manufacturer can help you to design a system right for your business. Different applications require different rollers, and an expert can advise you about what’s best for your business.
No matter if you run a restaurant, assembly line, or warehouse, conveyor rollers can save your business time, money and reduce stress.
Conveyor Systems & Engineering in Illinois has decades of experience with every type of conveyor roller.