May 4, 2016

Iso-Flo conveyor reengineered with monobeam construction

Key Technology introduces the reengineered Iso-Flo with monobeam construction. This new family of vibratory conveyors features a frame made of a single structural member.

The new Iso-FLo vibratory conveyor features a monobeam construction. Photo: Key Technology
The new Iso-FLo vibratory conveyor features a monobeam construction. Photo: Key Technologyt

The monobeam conveyor’s frame and spring arms can be tucked completely under the conveyor bed. The narrow frame offers less than half the surface area of other Iso-Flo frames.

The monobeam architecture can be used on distribution shakers with side discharges as well as transfer shakers, collection shakers, feed shakers and inspection shakers. With the frame and spring arms located under the conveyor bed rather than on both sides, monobeam inspection shakers enable laborers to get closer to the bed.

The single beam design offers the sanitary advantages of traditional Iso-Flo shakers, Key Technology said. The stainless steel conveyor bed features a standard rotary polish within the product contact zone, which resists bacterial attachment and biofilm formation compared to a 2B mill finish, according to Key Technology.

The conveyor also features:

  • standard oil-free drives
  • elastomer isolators,
  • scalloped flat bars,
  • internal ground arms and
  • no laminations
  • sloped monobeam frame

Monobeam conveyors can be floor-mounted with four legs or two legs on T-bars, or they can be mounted to other machinery or suspended from overhead.

All Iso-Flo conveyors, including the monobeam models, use independent, frame-mounted drives and spring arm assemblies. They are backed by Key Technology’s five-year warranty. All standard Iso-Flo conveyors feature the CE mark and UL certification.

Be sure to check out our other specialty agriculture brands

Organic Grower