Belted Conveyor

The Dorner DCMove belted conveyor adds precision to a range of material handling applications.

Dorner Dc Move Belted Conveyor

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The Dorner DCMove belted conveyor offers a streamlined approach to conveyance. It has a painted steel frame with added durability, providing the right amount of strength and agility for material handling applications, such as e-commerce, logistics, packaging, palletizing, and more.

The conveyor comes standard with many features and performance specifications of Dorner’s heavy-duty platforms, including a wide load capacity range and a motor mounted inside the tails to reduce the conveyor’s footprint within a larger material handling system and aid integration within a larger material handling system.

The DCMove belted conveyor fits accuracy-demanding applications, such as labelers, printers, side transfer sortation, and restricted spaces. Plug-and-play iDrive v2 configurations allow users to select the best control methods for their application, ranging from a ready-to-run conveyor to a flexible control for integration with PLCs via a variety of communication protocols, including Ethernet.

The features and benefits of the DCMove belted conveyor include:

  • 24-volt DC brushless gearmotor and controller technology
  • Widths from 10 to 48 in., in 2-in. increments
  • Lengths from 2 to 40 ft end drive and 4 to 99 ft for center drive
  • 3-in. diameter rollers with 1-1/4-in. nose bar option to handle smaller packages
  • Load capacities up to 400 lb end drive and 1,000 lb for center drive
  • Speeds up to 600 ft/min
  • Available in flat and cleated end drive belt, flat center drive belt, and flat iDrive v2belt models


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