Titan ConveyorsTM manufactures a full line of standard Pallet Handling Conveyors and accessories to handle every size, type, and weight of pallet. Even though 40” x 48” pallets with weights up to several thousand pounds are most common, our recent applications included moving 10,000 pound concrete bunkers and 8,000 pound steel coils. There is no configuration or pallet manipulation that Titan has not done in our 30 year history. Titan pallet handling systems are engineered with the understanding that they interact with fork trucks and need to be built tough. Accessories like roller coatings, blade stops, pin stops, crowders, side rails, positioners, lifts, and walk plates are all available as standard items, so they are proven and cost effective.
Challenge and Solution
Titan launched its Pallet Pro conveyor to solve the growing problem of pallets with irregular surfaces. Plastic and foam pallets have flooded the market, many having unique footprints that are not suited for powered roller conveyors. Old wooden pallets with broken boards and protruding nails are commonplace as well. Pallet Pro eliminates all these concerns by providing a tough solid transfer surface capable of several thousand pound loads.
Typical Conveyors Used in Pallet Handling Systems:
- The chain driven live roller conveyor comes in various models capable of moving loads up to 5,000 pounds per foot.
- The motorized roller conveyor in both chain drive and belt drive has emerged as a popular option for its simplicity, clean design, and quiet operation.
- Our Zero Pressure Accumulation conveyors using air clutches, individual drives, or 24v DC motors or motorized rollers. Available with plug and play control systems.
- Our multi strand chain conveyor is often used when the orientation of boards on the pallet are not conducive to using a roller conveyor.
- Turntable conveyors and pop up chain transfer conveyors are designed for rotation and changes in direction.
- Pallet Pro mat top pallet conveyor handles the irregular and heavy loads.
- Lift table and conveyor combinations allow for elevation changes.