According to the driving mode, it can be divided into two types: gravity driving and power driving. According to the construction transmission method, it is divided into: roller conveyor, also known as roller conveyor or roller conveyor; both ends of the shaft passing through the center line of the roller are respectively fixed on the left and right supports, and are arranged at a certain interval. Fixed rollers to form a roller conveyor.
Drum: Also known as a drum or drum; it is constructed by mounting bearings on both ends of the pipe to be cut. According to the shape, for linear roller conveyors, the rollers can be divided into linear and conical, and for rotary angle roller conveyors, conical. Depending on the application, the rollers can be made of steel, aluminum, stainless steel or other materials.
Roller conveyors are divided into two categories: gravity (driven) roller conveyors and power (driven) roller conveyors. Gravity roller conveyors are machines that continuously transport items by their own weight. Strictly speaking, when the conveyor is tilted, it uses its own weight to transport items. When the conveyor is horizontal, it is not gravity. Instead, items must be moved by people or other external forces.
The advantages of gravity roller conveyors are no power, simple structure, low maintenance cost, low cost, and easy layout change. However, there are also the following problems. Because the object moves on the inclined roller conveyor due to its own weight, the longer the conveyor, the faster the movement speed due to acceleration; the faster the movement speed, the lighter items move slowly or not mobile.