mk Profile Systems enhances its conveyor technology capability

mk Profiles is developing their range of conveyor technology and can now provide bespoke conveyor systems that incorporate both curved conveyors and magnetic conveyors. The mk Magnet-S conveyor is based on the GUF-P 2000 with central BC Drive and curved profiles, using a radius of 1200mm. Permanent magnets are integrated into the body of the belt and guarantee the correct orientation of the suspended park even through curved segments.

The application below is a linking system for brake shoes requiring continuous transportation of ferromagnetic work pieces from a transfer height of 1000mm to a transport elevation of approximately 2500mm. During transport the products must not change their position, so mk's Magnet-S conveyor is adjusted to meet the complex routing and installation requirements.

This is a fully bespoke system offered by mk, so can be customised to each individual customer's requirements regardless of the complexity of the conveyor routing. This in turn provides the customer with safe transfer of their goods quickly and efficiently.

Please follow the link to see the Magnet-S conveyor in action, or to find out more about mk's range of conveyor technology visit

mk Profile Systems Ltd

Unit 11-12 Wolds Farm Business Park
Kinoulton Lane
NG12 3EQ

+44 (0)1949 823751

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