Portable and Expandable Conveyor Roller

Portable and Expandable Conveyor Roller

Portable and Expandable Conveyor Roller

Convenient, versatile, rolling system saves time and increases productivity
 
TROY, Mich. – BORA Tool, a leading manufacturer of tools, woodworking and workshop accessories, launches the Portable Conveyor Roller (PM-2700), a versatile and expandable rolling system offering unparalleled mobility and material moving flexibility.
 
Save valuable time in the shop moving material, packing, loading, with Bora Tool’s handy Rolling Conveyor System and make unloading a breeze. Rather than being forced to load and unload from a machine to a container, the PM-2700 saves time, effort and money by simplifying the process of packing, loading and unloading. Housed in a portable package, it can be rolled to any location, while the height and slope can be set as needed.
 
“Our goal is to help customers be more efficient with their time and be successful at work,” said Rod Bonham, Product Manager, for Bora Tool. “This portable conveyor system provides a high level of versatility for the workshop and is a cost effective solution for rolling to anywhere in the warehouse.”
 
Another key feature of the PM-2700 is its strength. It locks down to an unmovable frame, with smooth rollers that make transporting material up to 300 pounds (136kg) effortless. In addition, multiple PM-2700s can also be linked together to create a long conveyor that the covers the entire shop floor.
 
Other features of this versatile solution include:
  • Convenience – The portable conveyor system expands from 14-3/4” (37.5cm) to 50” (127cm). Customers can roll it up to a machine’s out feed side, and material moves seamlessly to the next production station, a container or anywhere else.
  • Quality and performance - The frame and casters easily expand and lock into place. The 14” (35.5cm) wide rollers are smooth in operation, allowing material to glide with ease.
  • Adjustable – Adjustable from 23” (58.4cm) to 36” (91.4cm) in height, while locking tight. Measuring marks on the legs ensure it can be either level or sloped.
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Saturday, October 13, 2018