Merge Conveyors are used to arranging products flowing from multiple infeed lines of conveyor. The merging process is used to combine products from upstream pick modules with multiple lines, into a single stream of products on a single line conveyor. The merging process then sends a single stream of products downstream for further processing into a sorter, in-line scale, or scanner.
Combine infeed conveyors into a single line. This is commonly used before the induction of a product into a sorter. A Sawtooth is the most capable to handle the most infeed lines.
Live Roller Merge
Combine two to four conveyor lines into one line. A wide live roller conveyor is used in conjunction with a fixed or powered diver to combine the infeed lines
Combine two to four conveyor lines in high-speed applications. The conveyor is belted instead of the surface area being rollers.
Combine two conveyor lines. A cost-effective solution that does not demand high throughputs.