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Line Shaft Merge Conveyor

- Friday, July 17, 2015


Line Shaft Merge Conveyor is a Live Roller Conveyor used to merge product onto the main line shaft conveyor. LEWCO’s Line Shaft Merge Conveyor is built at a 45 degree angle allowing for efficient and effective product flow onto the mainline. Traffic Controls and Turning Wheels are provided as separate items and are needed to merge the product onto the main line.  

Line Shaft Merge Conveyors are available as a merge only, or together with a mainline conveyor. Merges supplied with a mainline conveyor are slave driven from the mainline. Merges sold individually are powered from a separate drive. Merges are available as right hand or left hand assemblies. (left hand merge in picture, right hand merge in video) 

LEWCO offers a quality product that is cost effective and built to the highest industry standards. Reduction in manual material handling, improved product flow, better ergonomics and elimination of shipping damage are just some of the benefits of a well-designed LEWCO conveyor system.

LEWCO has an extensive amount of experience designing and manufacturing Conveyor Equipment. Our highly knowledgeable staff of Application Engineers can help assess your application and recommend cost effective solutions. You can email your requirements to, call (419) 625-4014 ext.4003, or request a quote on our website.



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End User: A company that uses material handling equipment to aid in the manufacture of their product line.

Distributor: A company that typically sells allied material handling products including rack, mezzanies, cranes, hoists, scissor lifts, manipulators, etc.

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