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New Hybrid™ Conveyors allow parts manufacturing and packaging industries to meet their most demanding conveyor objectives

Dynamic Conveyor Corporation, the leading manufacturer of innovative belt conveyor systems, announces the addition of a new specialty conveyor line.  The new Hybrid™ specialty conveyors are designed and built specifically to meet the most demanding conveyance objectives that can’t be met with traditional conveyor systems.  The Hybrid line of conveyors rounds out Dynamic Conveyor’s already diverse lines of plastic belt conveyor systems.

The challenges that come with limited spaces; high speeds; heavy loads; heavy impact; abrasive and/or hot and cold products is overcome with the unique design of each Hybrid conveyor system.  Each customer’s specific products, challenges and unique needs are reviewed and considered in the design of every conveyor.  The form, fit and function is met with the specialized design and selection of the ideal materials for each distinct application.

Conveyor widths range from 2 to 120 inches to accompany lengths as long as 100 feet.  Sidewall heights include low profiles as short as 1 inch.  Unlimited angles and geometries allow the creation of precise inclines, declines and lateral turns to fit into the most precise spaces or match perfectly with other equipment.

Hybrid specialty conveyors join Dynamic Conveyor’s other product lines.  Parts manufacturers and packagers have been benefiting for nearly 30 years with the ability to reconfigure their DynaCon® modular conveyor systems.  Since the introduction of DynaClean® conveyors in 2011, the food manufacturing industry has seen a reduction in sanitary conveyor cleaning times by as much as 70%.

Dynamic Conveyor is a privately held women owned company located in Norton Shores, Michigan, USA

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Tue. October 27th, 2020

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