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10/1/2013

Caldan Conveyor Power and Free Floor Conveyor

Originally titled 'Power and Free Floor Conveyor'
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Caldan Conveyor will exhibit its new P&F140 power and free floor conveyor, designed for handling large, heavy and unbalanced jigs.

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Caldan Conveyor will exhibit its new P&F140 power and free floor conveyor, designed for handling large, heavy and unbalanced jigs. This conveyor requires a minimum level of control system compared with traditional skid systems due to its limited use of drive units and sensors, the company says. Other advantages include fewer moving sensible parts, reducing maintenance, and a compact profile design, minimizing restriction in airflow in spray booths, flash-offs and ovens, and minimizing overspray dust settling on the conveyor.

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