Dürr supplies optimized floor conveyors for every process step within the paint shop:
- Skid conveyors
- Roller beds with cross and vertical conveyors
- Suspension chain conveyors
- Crossbar conveyors (skidless)
- Inverted monorail conveyors
The bodies are transported on transport skids for the connections from the paint shop and as a decoupling buffer.
Dürr is a competent partner for delivering everything from various roller bed designs, turntables, cross transfer cars and cross-chain conveyors to elevators.
Various roller bed designs are available according to the process requirements and environment. Dürr supplies designs for buffer sections, wet areas, spray booths, UBS lines and work zones. All roller beds are modular and use common system components such as the frame structure, motors, support belts and rollers. They are characterized by maximum availability. Horizontal and vertical changes to the direction of transport are achieved with cross and vertical conveyors.
Suspension Chain Conveyors
Suspension chain conveyors are available in steel or plastic. They are used wherever several bodies are transported in continuous operation with only one drive. Applications include ovens, spray booths, buffer sections and various other work zones.
Friction Conveyors (Skidless)
The skidless Friction Drive System rounds off our portfolio. The body is transported directly on the drive trolley here. Stationary drives, which are mounted along a single-track rail system consisting of straight section elements, curves and track switches, push the drive trolleys through the plant.
Crossbar Conveyor Systems (Skidless)
Another way to operate a paint shop without skids is by using crossbars that are firmly connected to the vehicle. Dürr offers the entire range here for depicting the conveyor flow in a paint shop.
Inverted Monorail Conveyors
Upon customer request, Dürr supplies inverted monorail conveyors (IMCs) specifically for applications in hot areas such as ovens. IMCs permit the simple implementation of U-shaped ovens.