Custom Heavy Duty Conveyor To Process Orders Efficiently
Lauyans & Company’s client processes steel for manufacturing operations. In an earlier blog post, we detailed another part of the operation that conveyed shot-blasted sheet on heavy duty conveyor by Lauyans & Company. Please see earlier posts. In this operation, structural steel shapes are cut to size. The full-length shapes are brought to a saw … Continued
Heavy Duty, Custom Conveyor Systems Designed for a Steel Processor
Lauyans & Company’s client processes steel for manufacturing operations. They needed a way to offload plate steel from a shot blast operation. The solution was a chain driven live roller (CDLR) conveyor. It allowed the client to offload multiple sheets of steel. The sheets were then picked up by a forklift and moved to the … Continued
A new decanting line for aged Kentucky bourbon
A Kentucky bourbon distiller asked Lauyans & Company to help with a new barrel decanting line. Aged bourbon in 650-pound oak barrels is brought into the building where, barrel by barrel, the bungs are removed, and the bourbon is decanted. The empty barrels are then conveyed back to a pickup point and removed for re-sale … Continued
Light. Simple. With problems. Custom conveyors addressed everything.
Some of Lauyans & Company’s customers require the ability to handle extremely heavy loads. Or loads in frigid temperatures as well as loads that are close to the melting point of steel. But many of our projects involve handling simple, every-day items that are light in an environment common to most manufacturing facilities. But often … Continued
Automation for Palletizing Dairy Products
Lauyans & Company’s customer is an integrator specializing in food processing equipment. Their customer, a large dairy processor, needed a robotic palletizer. Lauyans & Company provided an automatic pallet dispenser for the system. The dispenser only handles pallets; “food grade” was not a criterion. Lauyans provided the design and build; the integrator provided the Motor … Continued
Conveyor Systems designed to handle a hazardous by-product
Industrial processes can produce by-products that can be hazardous. Lauyans and Company recognizes that this can be an important part of our services to our customers when we design conveyor systems. This customer came to Lauyans with a situation that required a custom conveyor system. Why? Because they are processing glass. Glass tubes. Glass particles. … Continued
Chip Conveyors – Supporting Automotive Machining Cells
Automotive machining systems for engine blocks, heads and other components are a marvel of modern manufacturing. These systems solve production issues, scale productivity, lower cost, and increase flexibility. What common problem do these systems face? Lauyans and Company’s customer is a large, U.S.-based automotive manufacturer. The operations produce engine blocks, cylinder heads and other components. … Continued
Processing Hazardous Waste. Safely.
Lauyans & Company has a long-standing customer in the Medical Waste business. They have facilities across the United States. The materials come packaged in red, plastic bags that most of us see in medical waste containers in our physicians’ offices and at the hospital. The bags are filled with used dressings, bandages, scrubs, gloves, masks, … Continued
Is Your Product at the Extremes of Length, Width or Weight?
Do you have trouble moving it safely and efficiently through your production process? Our client came to us with a complex situation. It was complex because the product required special handling. Size – up to 60’ long x 24” wide Positioning – They needed to perform operations on one side of the material, flip it … Continued
Heavy-Duty Conveyors: Proving Our Claim
If you go to Lauyans & Company’s website page for Custom Conveyor Solutions, we make a claim you can take to heart, “If your process requires moving heavy, unique-sized or hard to handle loads, we can help.” We’re very serious about that commitment. Read on. Lauyans & Company’s customer manufactures wind turbine masts. You can imagine the … Continued