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New heavy duty welded parcel conveyors from Wynright approved for use in parcel industry

Wynright Heavy Duty Welded parcel conveyors combine welded construction with bolted components


August 1, 2017
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Wynright Heavy Duty Welded parcel conveyors combine welded construction with bolted components.

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Illinois — Wynright Corporation‘s new Heavy Duty Welded parcel conveyor (HDW parcel conveyor product line) meets the rigorous specifications required of the parcel market.

“Our clients in the eCommerce and parcel industry ship millions of packages each day and depend heavily on reliable conveying systems to help them meet demanding delivery schedules. Systems integrators can rest assured that the equipment they specify to build material handling systems for their clients are built to the highest standards when they choose Wynright parcel conveyors,” said Mike Kenney, director of parcel operations.

Wynright Heavy Duty Welded parcel conveyors combine welded construction with bolted components such as formed 7-gauge drive unit housings to enable efficient, lower cost manufacturing, provide high precision, and self-squaring.

The HDW drives can be configured in the field for left handed (LH) or right handed (RH) operation, with either center drive (CD) or end drive (ED) configuration. Low-profile side guards have no protruding handles and an adjustable sickle-style pinch point guard covers the ends (pulley-to-bed) and the edges (pulley crown-to-side frame).

End idler pulleys are removable from the bottom and drive pulleys are removable from the side, which simplifies maintenance. 

The Wynright Heavy Duty Welded parcel conveyors are available for immediate integration into warehouse and distribution automation systems.

Wynright is a wholly owned subsidiary of Daifuku North America Holding Company and a part of the Daifuku Group.