What Equipment do we Install?
Velocity Conveyor is a contractor that specializes in mechanical conveyor installation. We install belt, live roller, accumulation, tabletop chain, drag chain, and pallet conveyor. Hytrol Conveyor distributors are our main customers. Velocity Conveyor’s experience with Hytrol conveyors from a service and installation standpoint allow for seamless installations.
What size of projects do we install?
Our small team of technicians work especially well on projects that are 1-4 weeks in duration. We do not use temp agencies; you will always be working with Velocity Conveyor employees.
We also install Hydraulic and Chain Driven Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor (aka freight elevators). We are experienced in installing and servicing Wildeck and Autoquip VRCs.
Velocity Conveyor is certified by the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner to install vertical reciprocating conveyor according to ANSI / ASME B20.1 safety regulations and applicable MHIA guidelines.
How do you get a permit to install freight elevators?
Our turnkey installation includes permits and inspections, so you do not have to worry about it. We are certified by Georgia and can install in Tennessee and Florida as well.
We install scissor lift tables, loading dock lifts, turntable lifts, and more.
How long does it take to install a lift table?
Most lift tables take less than a day to install. A simple setup could involve just setting the lift, anchoring it, wiring up the motor and panel, and running hydraulic lines. If a pit is required, the concrete work will take longer.
There are 3 main types of air pipe we install for a pneumatic system. Copper, Aluminum, and Black Iron.
Which pipe is the best?
Aluminum is highly recommended because it remains leak free, non-corrosive, and installs fast. Blue aluminum fast pipe fittings are expensive but the labor savings more than offset the cost.
Copper is a close second because it does not corrode or rust. The downside is that soldering the joints takes time.Black Iron is at the bottom of the list because it produces rust that can damage pneumatic tools over time. It also takes a significant amount of time to install. Though it is strong, durable, and easy to install.