Press Release Summary:
Pallet Option 3200 Series conveyors are suited for applications requiring items to be separated from each other or applications needing additional manual or robotic assembling further down on conveyor line. Pallet option is also available on 2200 Series conveyors.
Original Press Release:
Pallet Option 3200 Series Conveyor Helps Secure and Separate Items for Further Assembly
HARTLAND, Wis., (July 29, 2003) - Dorner Manufacturing Corporation's new Pallet Option 3200 Series conveyors are useful in securing or separating items on a conveyor for additional assembly or processing.
"Pallets" on a conveyor can take on several shapes or sizes depending on the specific application. Typically, pallets are small containers or other holding devices attached directly to the conveyor through pre-engineered holes on the conveyor's belt. Pallet conveyors are ideal for applications requiring items to be separated from each other, or applications needing additional manual or robotic assembling down the conveyor line.
Dorner's new pallet option is also available on its 2200 Series conveyors.
Because all of Dorner's conveyors are made-to-order, building a Pallet Option 3200 Series conveyor, or making other special modifications to one of its six conveyor platforms for a customer is a breeze.
Delivery for Pallet Option 3200 or 2200 Series conveyors and related accessories typically takes two weeks after customer approval.
Pallet Option 3200 and 2200 Series conveyors are another value customers receive in doing business with Dorner, and it further enhances the company's commitment to responsiveness.
Hartland, Wisconsin-based Dorner Manufacturing is a world leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of high-quality conveyors and related equipment. Since 1973, companies from around the world have turned to Dorner conveyors for greatly improved efficiency and productivity. For more information about products or company news, visit Dorner's Web site at www.Dorner.com or call 1-800-397-8664.