Product News: Material Handling & Storage

Mobile Chip Conveyor can be used with 55 gal drums.

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February 9, 2009 - Mobile chip conveyor allows shops with auger chip processing machine tools to use larger chip bins or 55 gal drums instead of small chip cans. Features include variable speed drive and adjustable receiving chip chute that can be positioned for front, side, or rear discharge. Unit operates from 110 V source.

Hennig, Inc.

9900 N. Alpine Rd., Machesney Park, IL, 61115, USA

Original Press Release

Hennig Introduces Mobile Chip Conveyor for Auger Chip Processing

Press release date: February 3, 2009

Hennig, Inc., Machesney Park, Ill., announces a newly designed mobile chip conveyor, which allows shops with auger chip processing machine tools to use larger chip bins or 55 gallon drums instead of small chip cans. This unit can be rolled around the shop to assist with higher production auger fed chip loads. It utilizes standard 110 volt current and has a variable speed drive for extra efficiency. The receiving chip chute is adjustable and can be positioned for front, side, or rear discharge. Best of all - all conveyors are MADE IN THE USA!

Hennig, Inc., at www.hennigworldwide.com, has been designing and producing custom machine protection and chip/coolant management products for state-of-the-art machine tools for over 50 years. Hennig products are designed to protect against corrosion, debris and common workplace contaminants. Hennig has manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Germany, France, Brazil, India, Japan, China and South Korea. Its North American repair centers are located in Machesney Park, Ill.; Chandler, Okla.; Charlotte, N.C.; Livonia, Mich.; Blue Ash, Ohio; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada; Mexico City, Mexico; and Saltillo, Mexico.

To learn more about Hennig products & services, visit www.hennigworldwide.com or call 1-888-4HENNIG (436-6446).

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