Continental bulk material handling solutions are the industry standardOctober 13, 2020 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Reliable conveyor equipment is a necessity for many manufacturing facilities and warehouses today. Bulk material handling systems are required keep operations running smoothly and efficiently in numerous sectors. Continental Conveyor Ltd. plays a major role in the Canadian industrial landscape by offering a wide range of conveying equipment and systems.
The supplier has maintained a reputation as the perfect one-stop shop for industrial material-handling solutions – including conveyor components – for close to six decades.
Design, engineering, and manufacture
Founded in 1963, Continental specializes in the design, engineering, and manufacture of bulk material handling equipment, such as belt and screw conveyors, bucket elevators, stackers, feeders, and more. A broad variety of industries and markets benefit from these conveyor supplies, such as pulp and paper, mining, cement, reconstituted wood panels, smelting and reduction, food processing, quarrying, chemicals, ports, and power plants.
Operating two modern manufacturing plants, located in Napanee, Ont. and Thetford Mines, Que., the company rationalizes production between them. Continental employs an experienced team of ten engineers, 25 mechanical designers, 20 support staff, ten sales professionals, and 150 manufacturing employees, and these workers use a variety of specialty production machines and quality-control practices. With these processes and machines, the employees enhance the production facilities and maintain precise control or manufacturing tolerances.
There are many kinds of conveyor supplies from which customers can choose. Among the examples: belt, screw, and en masse chain conveyors; bucket elevators; vibrating, weigh, and apron feeders; screw and stoker reclaimers; stackers; and conveyor components, such as idlers, pulleys, covers, impact cassettes, and specialty rubber products.
More than a product supplier, Continental also designs and developed complete engineered bulk material handling systems. A key example is a belt conveyor system with horizontal curves, built to handle wood products. A large ship-loading system that handles aggregate uses Continental idlers, pulleys, and other components in British Columbia. The team has everything it needs to create or enhance any conveyor solution, no matter what the application is.
Across Canada, organizations rely on Continental for all mechanical conveyor equipment, systems, and components for virtually every need.
To learn more, contact Continental.