Shuttleworth Conveyor Displayed at America's Largest Solar Energy EventOct 08, 2009
Location: Anaheim Convention Center, Anahiem CA
Dates: Oct. 27th-29th, 2009
Shuttleworth is proud to be a part of the Solar Power International Conference and Expo. America's largest solar energy event. In just 6 years of existence, the Solar Power Conference and Expo has grown into the only US solar event considered 'a must' for domestic and global industry and market participants. Solar Power 2009 features over 175 exhibitors, 125 speakers, networking opportunities galore, and an anticipated 10,000 visitors.
The Shuttleworth Slip-Torque® roller surface can be configured to convey flat sheets of glass typically used in the manufacture of solar panel modules. Each system can be designed to interface easily with robots and other automation equipment. A number of custom devices and mechanisms can be integrated into the conveyor surface to stop, transfer, rotate or raise panels for inspection.
From automotive and electronics, to paper conversion and pharmaceuticals, to food and personal care markets and beyond, Shuttleworth builds custom handling solutions with low back pressure ingenuity to gently transport product along the production line while accumulating, diverting, sorting, rotating, stacking or moving product in a variety of other ways in the process. Shuttleworth utilizes engineering creativity and a suite of roller surface technologies to help customers around the globe maximize their efficiency no matter the application need or product being handled. Shuttleworth is a product brand of ProMach, a global leader in packaging line solutions. As part of the ProMach Handling & Sterilizing business line, Shuttleworth helps our packaging customers protect their reputation and grow the trust of their consumers. ProMach is performance, and the proof is in every package. Learn more about Shuttleworth at www.Shuttleworth.com and more about ProMach at www.ProMachBuilt.com.
Media ContactJohn Eklund | 1-704-944-5340
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