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Transfer device gives box plants the ability to side-shift, right-angle transfer in one or two directions, rotate, and load build in a smaller footprint.

Bloomington, IN—January 16, 2017—C&M Conveyor’s Mesh Ball (MBC) Bundle Conveyor System is a must for load-forming operations, allowing box plants to achieve transfer rates in excess of 20 bundles per minute.

MBC Bundle Conveyor with a Modular Ball-Belt gives box plants the ability to side-shift, right-angle transfer in one or two directions, rotate, and load build in a smaller footprint.

This innovative transfer device utilizes the durable Modular Ball-Belt technology to give you the ability to side-shift, right-angle transfer in one or two directions, rotate, and load build on the device in a smaller footprint. It will improve your efficiency at the load former by grouping bundles together, side-by-side, rotating orientation and reducing operator interface.

Lateral product movement is achieved by utilizing internally mounted powered belts, which ride under and drive the balls in the Modular Ball-Belt.

Designed to transfer single bundles or accumulate and transfer multiple bundles. With fewer moving parts and no pneumatics, your bundle-building operations will benefit from the low maintenance and high uptime.

C&M Conveyor, founded in 1982, is a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of materials handling solutions, serving the U.S. and international corrugated box, folding carton and printing industries. The company is headquartered in Bloomington, IN, with manufacturing facilities in Mitchell, IN.



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