Screws (worms) or Archimedes screws are one of the oldest known methods of transporting materials of various types. They work in a horizontal, inclined and occasionally in a vertical direction. They have a simple structure and reliable operation. We produce them mainly in two versions: tubular and channel ones with different outputs and models.
A conveyor longer than six meters must have a central bearing. The screw has a support tube in the middle, and the screw itself can have different rises and models depending on the material and application used. The conveyor can also be double-walled with heating or cooling, or multi-shaft. Together with the frequency converter, it can be included in a line as a dosing device.
As accessories, various inlet hoppers, speed and overflow sensors are often required, or in case of the explosion-proof version, temperature sensors, cleaning openings or hinged covers, stands and frequency converters are often required too.