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Wrightfield is an engineering company with more than 20 years of experience in the food processing and manufacturing industry. We manufacture a range of conveyance solutions, including those that incorporate Intralox activated roller belts. In this post, we discuss a little more about some the benefits and functions that activated roller belt products can provide a company.
Increased throughput – through the use of computer aided design, Intralox active roller belts help to eliminate congestion related blockages, as well as identify the most efficient route between two points. This is a key benefit that can ultimately aid a company in achieving optimised profitability.
Reduced Footprint – many companies struggle with the size requirements of a conveyance system. ARBs are versatile products that can carry out a number of functions at the same time, including 90 degree turns and singulation. This adaptability means the systems can replace multiple other conveyors simultaneously, helping to reduce footprint demands.
Simplified Controls – despite the technologically advanced nature of Intralox activated roller belts, the systems feature simplified controls. This is a factor that ensures the conveyance solutions provide an excellent user experience.
Intralox at a Glance
Activated roller belts (often abbreviated to ARB) are produced by Intralox, an innovative manufacturer of conveyance solutions. The company has particular expertise in modular plastic conveyor belts and related services and equipment.
Intralox uses cutting edge technology, including computer design and simulation, to create tailored solutions based on the individual needs of a company.
The Intralox activated roller belts are used throughout with globe, with some 7,500 in operation today. The products are used in a diverse range of sectors and industries, including food processing and manufacturing.