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5YDF6 B/FP1.5-24-48-5 UNSPSC # 24101709

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Powered Roller Conveyor, Light-Duty, Flexible, Drive, 1 1/2 in, Between Frame Width 24 in

  • Item # 5YDF6
  • Mfr. Model # B/FP1.5-24-48-5
  • UNSPSC # 24101709
  • Catalog Page # 1116 1116
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These belt-drive powered roller conveyors have extendable, flexible frames and are commonly used for loading and unloading trailers, creating temporary assembly lines, and adding length to an existing conveyor. Their accordion-style frames can stretch, curve, and contract to change the length and shape of the conveyors, and the conveyors collapse for compact storage. The conveyors' rollers are driven by motorized belts. The rollers are self-tracking, which ensures that conveyed items follow the conveyors' curves. The conveyors' legs provide support, and their height can be adjusted. The legs have swivel casters that allow the conveyors to be rolled into position. Powered roller conveyors minimize the effort it takes to move loads with rimmed or uneven bottoms from one place to another. The conveyor's roller spacing density affects the size of the items that can be conveyed on it. The smallest item on the conveyor should be supported by at least three rollers at all times.

Powered roller conveyors take less effort to move loads than unpowered (gravity-flow) roller conveyors. They convey items at a controlled speed with even spacing and are typically used in warehousing, manufacturing, package handling, and distribution applications. Each conveyor section consists of rollers that are mounted on a series of axles attached to a frame. A motor-driven belt, chain, or shaft turns the rollers, so these conveyors do not require a manual push or slope to move loads down the line. The rollers provide a stable surface for moving loads with rimmed or uneven bottoms, such as drums, pails, pallets, skids, and bags. Loads roll forward along the conveyor, and they can be pushed from side to side across the width of the conveyor. The conveyor's roller spacing density affects the size of the items that can be conveyed on it. The smallest item on the conveyor should be supported by at least three rollers at all times.

Technical Specs

  • Item Powered Roller Conveyor
  • Conveyor Frame Type Flexible
  • Frame Shape Flexible
  • Maximum Load Capacity 100 lb/ft
  • Between Frame Width 24 in
  • Overall Length 48 ft
  • Overall Width 24 in
  • Overall Height 31-1/2 in to 44-1/2 in
  • Expansion Ratio 3:1
  • Retracted Length 16 ft
  • Maximum Length 48 ft
  • Roller Bearing Type Precision Ball Bearing
  • Roller Dia. 1 1/2 in
  • Conveyor Roller Material Steel
  • Roller Spacing Up to 5 in
  • Frame Material Aluminum
  • Axle Size 7/16 in
  • Conveyor Drive Type Belt Drive
  • Section Type Drive
  • Number of Phases 1
  • Voltage 120V AC
  • Speed 120 fpm
  • Power 1 1/2 hp
  • Number of Stands Included 28
  • Duty Rating Light-Duty

These belt-drive powered roller conveyors have extendable, flexible frames and are commonly used for loading and unloading trailers, creating temporary assembly lines, and adding length to an existing conveyor. Their accordion-style frames can stretch, curve, and contract to change the length and shape of the conveyors, and the conveyors collapse for compact storage. The conveyors' rollers are driven by motorized belts. The rollers are self-tracking, which ensures that conveyed items follow the conveyors' curves. The conveyors' legs provide support, and their height can be adjusted. The legs have swivel casters that allow the conveyors to be rolled into position. Powered roller conveyors minimize the effort it takes to move loads with rimmed or uneven bottoms from one place to another. The conveyor's roller spacing density affects the size of the items that can be conveyed on it. The smallest item on the conveyor should be supported by at least three rollers at all times.

Powered roller conveyors take less effort to move loads than unpowered (gravity-flow) roller conveyors. They convey items at a controlled speed with even spacing and are typically used in warehousing, manufacturing, package handling, and distribution applications. Each conveyor section consists of rollers that are mounted on a series of axles attached to a frame. A motor-driven belt, chain, or shaft turns the rollers, so these conveyors do not require a manual push or slope to move loads down the line. The rollers provide a stable surface for moving loads with rimmed or uneven bottoms, such as drums, pails, pallets, skids, and bags. Loads roll forward along the conveyor, and they can be pushed from side to side across the width of the conveyor. The conveyor's roller spacing density affects the size of the items that can be conveyed on it. The smallest item on the conveyor should be supported by at least three rollers at all times.

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