MVA series conveyors are available in a wide variety of sizes and controller options such as timer and counter control, to meet various customers’ needs.
The precisely extruded aluminum frames with slits (grooves) are easy-to-mount and provide simple yet stylish appearance.
Its structure reduces distortion on the frame for long term use.
●Meander less type(option)
The new type is now available to reduce the belt meanderings!
A wide range of belts are available for various applications.
The angle is easily-adjustable within the avaialble range on the adjuster.
●Single Pole Stand (option)
Two stand types available; M stand with 810 to 1320 mm adjustable range and L stand with 1110 to 1920 mm range.
●Sliding Leg (option)
Optional slide legs are available for your needs.
● No.1 leg Adjustable range 770 mm to 1090 mm
● No.2 leg Adjustable range 980 mm to 1380 mm
● No.3 leg Adjustable range 1280 mm to 1680 mm
● No.4 leg Adjustable range 1580 mm to 1980 mm
Available optional controller box; TS type, TH type, CTS type, LT type, BC type, BSS type, BTSS type, and BCSS type
●Rich line-ups of gearheads (option)
Pick the most suitable gearheads for your belt speed.
Option (Select a controller box type.)
Speed adjustable type for continuous running.
■TS type (Externally triggered,timer off control conver)
The conveyor receives the external signal and runs for the set duration of time.
■TH type (Time on-off conveyor)
The conveyor runs and stops accoding to the settings of the ON-OFF timers.
■CTS type (Counter start and timer off conveyor)
The conveyor runs for the set duration of time after counting up to the setting for the IMM or the robot signals.
■LT type (Two-timer on-off conveyor)
The conveyor starts running by the electric analog timer and stops by the electric digital timer.
The conveyor starts running in the reverse direction after received the reject signal from the IMM or the robot.
The conveyor stops when the equipped sensor detects the edge of the box.
The conveyor stands by for the set duration of time to fill up the box. The conveyor belt starts running after the timer elapses and stops
when the equipped sensor detects the edge of the box.
The conveyor counts up to the setting for the IMM or the robot signal. The conveyor belts starts running and stops when the equipped
sensor detects the edge of the box.