Merge Conveyor Overview

Merging conveyor is used to merge or combine two or more individual conveyor lines into one single line. Each induct line flows seamlessly to the merge line. Combining or merging lines reduces the space needed to transport goods or products, as each line that flows to the same zone can be merged while continuously flowing.

Conveyor Merge Section

Benefits & Features

  • Space Savings
    Using merging conveyor lines that need to flow to the same area saves not only space, but labor and equipment cost as well.
  • Increased Efficiency
    Merging conveyors improve the overall efficiency of the system by maintaining a steady and organized flow of materials or goods with a high throughput.
  • Labor Cost Reduction
    By eliminating the need to manually combine, workers are free to focus on other tasks.
  • Streamlining the Process
    Merge conveyors help keep the movement of materials or products running smoothly without interruptions or traffic jams where multiple conveyor lines meet.
  • Flexibility
    Merge conveyors offer the ability to adapt to changing layouts and integrate with different conveyor types. Changes to the production lines are much more adaptable.
  • Precision Control
    Merging conveyors have the ability to incorporate automation and sensors for precise control.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the primary purpose of a merge conveyor?

    The primary purpose of a merge conveyor is to control and regulate the flow of products from multiple conveyor lines, ensuring a smooth and organized transition of items onto a shared path.

  • Where are merge conveyors commonly used?

    Merge conveyors are frequently employed in distribution centers, warehouses, and e-commerce centers where products from different induction lines or processes need to be combined onto a single conveyor for further processing or sorting.

  • What are the key components of a merge conveyor?

    Merge conveyors typically consist of conveyor belts or rollers, sensors, spurs, and control systems. The sensors detect the presence of products, and the spurs control the direction in which products are merged onto the main conveyor.

  • Are merge conveyors compatible with other conveyor systems?

    Merge conveyors can be integrated into larger conveyor systems and are often compatible with other conveyor types, such as sortation conveyors, to create a seamless material handling process.


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