Hytrol Conveyor Company is a world leader in the design and manufacture of conveyors and material handling systems, including roller bed, slider bed, and accumulation conveyors. Founded in 1947, they have dedicated themselves to driving their industry forward through innovative research and design. Hytrol provides a wide range of industries – such as e-commerce and food and beverage – a multitude of conveyor solutions, including:
As a conveyor system, Hytrol has a simple mission: create material handling technology and relationships that move the world. Conveyor systems are critical for distribution and manufacturing operations, and Conveyer & Caster proudly represents Hytrol and supports them in their mission to move the world.
Roller bed conveyors make moving heavier unitized loads a breeze by greatly reducing belt drag-induced friction. The belt rides on a bed of steel, ball bearing, spring retained Hytrol rollers.
Empty cardboard boxes and containers create extra work in your value stream. Reduce worker-time spent loading hoppers, bailers, or dumpsters with waste paper and cardboard.
There’s never been a simpler, more durable method to accumulate cartons, boxes, or totes on a conveyor. This simple design eliminates complicated adjustments, allowing for a minimum of 2% backpressure.
Eliminate drives, belts, and line shafts in your accumulation application. The 190-E24EZ accumulation conveyor from Hytrol uses 24 VDC motors to drive the tread rollers. Motors are tucked away in the frame!
Hytrol’s 25-CRR chain-driven, live-roller conveyor is great for moving higher capacity loads like fully loaded pallets, drums and steel containers. Chain-driven live rollers are ideal for conveying oily parts.
Accumulate drums, pallets, containers and other heavy loads with Hytrol’s 25-CREZD heavy duty chain-driven live-roller conveyor designed for zero-pressure accumulation.
Hytrol’s model ABEZ conveyor provides zero-pressure accumulation for your sensitive loads. Products accumulate without a build-up of line pressure. Products can be released in singulation or slug fashion.