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East Coast Storage Equipment has over 20 years of experience designing and installing all types of used conveyor systems — from gravity conveyors to powered systems, as well as all large, complex conveyor systems.
Our inventory includes all kinds of used conveyors and conveyor components. At East Coast Storage Equipment, you will find gravity, powered, roller, skate wheel, belt, curve, take-up and more.
Looking for a used conveyor near you? We would love to design and supply a conveyor system for your warehouse. If you have any questions at all, please contact us. Call 888.294.5022 or reach out online.
Yes! Our used conveyor dealers have more than two decades of experience designing used conveyors that can meet any need, from the simplest powered systems to the most complex conveyors of any type.
It would be our pleasure. Licensed structural engineers and project managers on our expert team will ensure the project meets all applicable codes and regulations and deliver and install your used conveyor system from start to finish.
Between powered and non-powered conveyors, it's easy to get confused about which you need for your facility. Powered conveyors are best for facilities where small packages or products move across larger areas, requiring extra power from the system. Non-powered conveyors use the laws of physics to move items from one place to another. Some examples of environments where gravity-powered conveyors are useful include the following:
When looking for a conveyor system for your facility, the first question you want to ask yourself is what type of materials you need to be transported. While items like packages come to mind, in reality, your conveyor system can transport virtually anything. Here are a few factors you should consider when selecting a conveyor system for specific materials:
Here are a few important conveyor system specifications you should understand before making any purchases:
Most used conveyor dealers won't walk you through all of these considerations as you shop, but we would be happy to.
While some product slippage may be desirable in certain environments, you’ll need to consider slippage-reducing methods for most products. These include:
Our team can help you determine your needs in terms of slippage-reducing implements.
While a quality used conveyor system can last you quite a long time, that doesn't mean you won’t need to focus on regular maintenance to get the most out of your equipment. Here are a few common conveyor issues:
While you won’t need formal training or some sort of certification to operate a conveyor, on-the-job training and proper safety procedures are essential for operation. With any heavy-duty equipment, your facility should prioritize proper safety training.
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