Sortation and Conveyor Systems
Conveyor and Sortation Systems Speed Order Fulfillment
Material handling sortation and conveyor solutions help companies and warehouses move products faster and fulfill orders with ease. Specialized conveyor lines expedite processes and can improve production lines throughout the stages of delivery.
KPI provides a technology-neutral perspective to educate your team on the available integrated conveyor systems and assist with the selection of the best implementation for your operations. Warehouse conveyor systems are often implemented alongside other logistics management tools to improve overall warehouse efficiency. Your custom conveyor system will be designed to fit your needs and we develop a full systems integration plan to support your team throughout the transition.
The Most Popular Conveyor Solutions
Sortation conveyors separate products from in-feed lanes to a wide variety of tasks. Items are separated and distributed to increase line productivity.
Live Roller Conveyor
Live Roller conveyors use powered rollers to move items down the line. Built for medium- or large-sized products, this durable conveyor solution fits broad-use cases.
Belt-over conveyors operate similarly to live rollers, with additional support for products. Belts provide surface support for products and a secure grip for vertical movement.
Food production requires sanitary integrated conveyor systems built to meet food processing regulations. Sanitary conveyor solutions meet sanitary regulations and provide easy access for cleaning procedures.
Activated Roller Belt (ARB) Conveyor
Activated Roller Belt conveyors combine the security of belt-over systems with the functionality of sortation conveyors. Built to flexibly handle a wide variety of products in the least amount of floor space, ARBs are superior conveyor solutions for increasing production.
Drag Chain Conveyor
Drag chain conveyors are constructed for bulk material transportation, allowing operators to move heavy metals or loose products with ease.
Gravity conveyors work without power and operate using the weight of the products. Constructed using a sloped elevation, gravity conveyors are some of the most common warehouse conveyor systems installed.