Belt Driven Live Roller Conveyors (BDLR Conveyors) are an economical variable pressure roller conveyor. The rollers are driven by a belt underneath the rollers carrying the product. Belt Driven Live Roller (BDLR) Conveyors are ideal for case conveying requiring variable pressure accumulation. Speak to one of our systems integrators about your conveyor design today!
The Roach Model 638CALR is a Cam Adjusted Belt Driven Live Roller Conveyor for Light Duty Applications. This unit is ideal for horizontal conveying of light objects and products where there will be side loading and unloading, and transfers. Industries that are best suited for the Roach Model 638CALR are warehouse & distribution, order fulfillment, aerospace, and many more!
The Model 138LRC, Light Duty Belt Driven Live Roller Curve features tapered rollers to maintain product orientation on the curved conveyor extension, similar to the Model 196LRC. This specific model is great for conveying round or odd-shaped products from a single lane to multiple lanes. This diverting conveyor ensures product quality and accuracy.
The Model 138LRCS is a Curved Belt Drive Live Roller Conveyor. This is the best option for product diversion or for merging loads of cartons, totes, fixtures, and more. Due to the gravity roller spurs, this model is ideal for use when many conveyor lines must transfer on to one main conveyor line. This model is also best suited for industries like manufacturing, warehouse, order fulfillment, and parcel handling.
The Roach Model 796CALR Medium Duty CAM Adjusted Live Roller conveyor is designed for package handling and can be side loaded, unloaded, or used for temporary accumulation. The cam-adjustable rollers are based on the amount of pressure the belt uses on the carrying rollers. If the application or product changes during the life of the conveyor, the rollers can easily be adjusted by anyone.
The Model 196LRC, Medium Duty Live Roller Conveyor Curve is great for maintaining product orientation due to the tapered rollers. A tapered roller gives a true conveying surface on a curve, giving the correct radial speed along the entire length of the roller. This model is also reversible and can save you money because there are fewer gear motors required.
The Model 196LRCS is great for product diversion or merging unit loads, similar to the Model 138LRCS. Rollers in this conveyor are driven by one another using high tensile O-rings.
Model 251CALR is perfect for horizontally conveying heavy loads such as tote pans, castings, drums, and more where side loading and unloading, and transfers are required. The Roach Model 251CALR is also suitable for loads that contain oil or contaminants. The CAM adjusted BDLR conveyor is great in applications that will benefit from high speed or heavy loads and rollers can pop out when required.