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Storch conveyors specialize in conveying ferrous and non-ferrous chips, turnings, punch-outs, slugs, and finished parts. Our conveyors are also ideal for fasteners, small assembly components, laser trim stock, and more.
Magnetic Slide Conveyor
Applications: Conventional & CNC Machining, CNC Turning, Vertical & horizontal milling, Metal Stamping, Cold Heading, Parts Feeding, Central Collection, Metal Processing
Ideal for ferrous materials: fasteners, nuts, bolts, washers, screws, small assembly components, laser trim stock, small turnings, chips, punch-outs, slugs, finished parts.
Steel Hinge Belt Conveyor
Applications: CNC Machining, CNC Turning, Vertical & Horizontal Milling, Light-Medium Gauge Metal Stamping, Cold Heading, Parts Feeding, Central Scrap Collection
Ideal for small to large parts, fasteners & scrap handling, light to heavy chip handling transfers, and applications that create stringers and bird’s-nests.
Applications: CNC Machining, Grinding & Lapping, CNC Turning, Vertical & Horizontal Milling, Light-Medium Gauge & Central Scrap Collection
Ideal for Single Station, Central or In-Floor Systems and OEM integration to convey wet or dry ferrous and aluminum machining chips. Drag-Flight Conveyors can be configured with or without integrated separation or filtration systems and are engineered to a particular application for a machine’s size and chip/scrap removal rates.
Applications: Paper-bed media filters, CNC machining, grinding and lapping, CNC turning, vertical and horizontal milling
Ideal for separating and conveying chips, fines, and swarf down to 5-10 Micron – 98% efficiency with NO paper Media needed*. In addition to being one of the best options for ferrous filtration, The DragOn™ can handle non-ferrous chips with a small drop plate to bypass the magnetic separator.
* Contaminated coolant containing cast iron and/or steel chips, fines, or swarf has an effective separation of 98% down to 15-20 microns. Further separation occurs down to 5-10 microns at various lower percentages based on ferrous metal grade being machined, coolant or oil type and GPM rate.