Conveyor Manufacturer

Whether looking for a totally bespoke, top-of-the-range conveyor manufacturer, or one of our high-quality standardised ranges, Lenoch Engineering offers full turnkey automation.

Our premium gear-on-gear conveyors are manufactured to meet all unique requirements, with our experienced engineers working alongside clients to determine the exacting needs of a project. As innovators in cost-effective high-quality automation, Lenoch Engineering further offers a standardised range of conveyor engineering systems, built to the same standard and promised robustness.

The extended lifespan of our conveyors ensures cost-effectiveness over time, promoting efficiency and reliability of our clients’ operations.

Lenoch Engineering has invested in the latest CMMs, including point cloud 3D scanning and a Faro Arm, to accurately calculate the required dimensions and installation conditions. Our engineers then use CNC and manual machinery to create a full turnkey product, ready for installation.

Our conveyors are suitable for a wide range of industries, including packaging and food processing, material handling, and automotive. With our expertise in automation and bespoke conveyor engineering, we can provide custom solutions that meet your specific needs.

As a leading conveyor manufacturer, we provide delivery and installation of our conveyors, nationwide, serving clients with proven and reliable technology.

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    What are conveyors used for?

    Conveyors are used for the transportation of products in a time- and cost-efficient way, this can include multiple products and heavy goods which are not suitable for other types of transportation, such as forklifts or people.

    Conveyors are commonly used in manufacturing, packaging, and distribution industries to move products along a production line, from one process to the next, or between storage areas. They can be used to transport raw materials, finished products, or components, and can be designed to handle specific products or materials, including liquids, powders, and solids. Conveyors can also be used to sort, merge, or accumulate products, and to facilitate loading and unloading of trucks and containers. 

    What are the types of conveyor systems?

    Some of the most common types of conveyor systems include:

    • Belt conveyor - a floor-mounted system which uses a moving belt surface to transport goods from one end of the belt to the other 
    • Roller conveyor - a simple floor-based system which uses rollers mounted on a frame, along which products can slide when manually pushed or allowed to roll down a decline 
    • Chain conveyor - chain conveyors are heavy duty structures, purposed for large items, used to carry the item along as it is pulled forward 
    • Motorised roller conveyor - rollers on the conveyor system are driven by motors for automated transportation
    • Overhead conveyor - overhead conveyors can take on many forms, but are distinct from other conveyor categories by being located on the ceiling, carrying goods above the factory floor, using a floating track or rail system
    • Slat conveyor - slat conveyors use slats or aprons made of metal, wood or other materials to move products along
    • Screw conveyor - a screw conveyor is a type of auger conveyor, consisting of a rotating helical screw blade which transports materials along a tube or trough
    • Bucket conveyor - bucket conveyors use a series of containers, or buckets, to transport powdered, granular or liquid materials along a vertical or horizontal path
    • Pneumatic conveyor - pneumatic conveyors use a stream of air or other gas to transport materials, such as powder or granular materials, along a tube or pipeline
    • Spiral conveyor - spiral conveyors utilise a continuous spiral motion to transport goods along a vertical or inclined path