KWS Shafted Screw Conveyors are available in many configurations. Shafted Screw Conveyors are designed based on industry standards and are modular in construction providing flexibility for a variety of applications.

Advantages of Using Shafted Screw Conveyors

  • Ideal For Handling Dry To Semi-Fluid Materials – Free-Flowing To Sluggish
  • Cost-Effective When Compared To Other Conveying Devices Such As Belt, Pneumatic Or Aero-Mechanical Conveyors
  • Efficiently Distributes Bulk Materials To Various Locations Using Multiple Inlet And Discharge Points
  • Totally Enclosed For Corrosive Or Hazardous Requirements

Vertical screw conveyors are a very efficient method for elevating a variety of bulk materials at very steep inclines or completely vertical. The compact design allows for the vertical screw conveyor to fit into almost any plant layout. With a minimum number of moving parts, the vertical screw conveyor is a cost-effective and dependable component of any bulk material handling process.

Advantages of Using Vertical Screw Conveyors

  • Ideal For Handling Dry To Semi-Fluid Materials – Free-Flowing To Sluggish
  • Capacities Available Up To 6,000 Cubic Feet Per Hour
  • Ability To Elevate Bulk Materials Up To 30-Feet Without Use Of Internal Bearings
  • Totally Enclosed Design For Dust And Vapor-Tight Requirements

Bulk materials discharged from centrifuges, filter presses or mixers can easily be metered or conveyed using a shaftless screw conveyor. Our shaftless design provides a non-clogging conveying surface that allows difficult-to-convey materials to become easy-to-convey. The perfect solution for handling bulk materials with high moisture content is the KWS Shaftless Screw Conveyor.

Advantages of Using Shaftless Screw Conveyors

  • Ideal For Handling Sticky And Sluggish Bulk Materials
  • Improved Conveying Efficiency When Compared To Other Types Of Conveyors
  • Allows Greater Flexibility For Plant Layout Due To Configurations Available
  • Internal Bearings Are Eliminated

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