Omni Metalcraft Corp.
P.O. Box 352  -  Alpena, MI 49707  -   ph: 989.358.7000


CHAIN DRIVEN LIVE ROLLER
CDLR 1.9
CDLR 2.5 and 2 9-16
CDLR 3.5
CDLR 4.0
CDLR 5.0
ZP Chain Driven Live Roller


REQUEST FOR QUOTE
CDLR Curve RFQ.pdf
CDLR RFQ.pdf
Zero Pressure CDLR RFQ.pdf

APPLICATION
Drum Handling
Pallet Handling
Tire and Wheel Handling
Accumulation
Stacking and Destacking
Heavy Loads
Robotic Cells
Washdown

INDUSTRY

Construction Materials
Cabinetry, Furniture
and Wood Finishing

Appliance
Food and Beverage
Metal and Steel
Automotive
Industrial Manufacturing
Foundry
Battery
Consumable Goods
Glass
Industrial Laundry


Chain Driven Live Roller Conveyors

Robust, Versatile Powered Conveyor

Chain Driven Live Roller (CDLR) conveyors are ideal for transporting loaded pallets, tires, drums, or other heavy items. The welded construction makes them rugged and durable enough to handle even the toughest conditions. The sprocketed rollers and roll to roll chain system provide positive driving power to the product. Made to order lengths and widths are a standard offering.
Chain Driven Live Roller Conveyors
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TECHNICAL DOWNLOADS


CDLR Catalog.pdf
CDLR Technical Handbook.pdf
CDLR Tech Spec.pdf

Conveyor Frame - Heavy duty welded construction with structural tube chain rails

Roller Capacities for CDLR Conveyor

Roller capacity refers to the maximum load a single roller can support.  Key factors in establishing a roller's capacity are as follows;

  • Bearing capacity
  • Bearing offset (distance from side frame to centerline of balls)
  • Axle deflection
  • Tube deflection

 

Capacities of Omni rollers are based on tube deflection of no more that .21% of BF and axle angular deflection of no more that 1° at the bearings.  Angular deflection of axle at the bearings is limited to .75° for cylindrical semi-precision and precision bearings.

Because the conveying surface of products is not perfectly flat, use only 2/3 of the rollers under the product when calculating the required roll capacity.

 

Learn more about sprocketed rollers.


Experience has proven that it is not practical to use 1-3/8" diameter roller on 1-1/2" centers for a 6000 lb. product (12" x 120" long), so in addition to the rule above, use the following guide lines:

 

Roller Diameter & Axle

Maximum Product Weight

1.9" Dia - 7/16" hex

1500 lbs.

2-1/2" Dia - 11/16" hex

3500 lbs.

3-1/2" Dia - 1-1/16" hex

6000 lbs.

3-1/2" Dia - 1-7/16" round

10,000 lbs.

4" Dia - 1-7/16" round

15,000 lbs.

5" Dia - 1-11/16" round

25,000 lbs


The above guidelines assume zero shock load and are not applicable

 for three or more lanes.

 

 



 
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