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Conveyors lines

Conveyors lines

  • This solution makes it possible to receive the incoming product and distribute it to the number of work stations for packaging
  • The conveyor line conforms to the F.D.A. regulations
  • The Line is completed by a system for recovering the unpacked product and returning it to circulation
  • It is interesting to note the functionality and quality of an assembly comprising a number of MB conveyors

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Conveying line with 90° bend

The picture alongside shows a collecting and conveying line of two plastic components coming from two moulding units, which need to be then assembled together.

Therefore, the need to create a path/itinerary for the two different components to be conveyed to an assembly point, whose position has to be strategic not only for the assembly but for the respect of the company layout as well.

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Collecting and conveying line

The photo alongside shows another solution for conveying plastic components from the production unit to the pickup and assembly point.
This solution is suitable to convey the product to a certain height so as not to interfere with the equipment on the floor. On the polycarbonate covers there are four openings for the cleaning and maintenance of the line.

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Elevated conveyor line with 90° bend

The picture alongside shows a collecting line transporting moulded plastic components loaded by a robot, which have to be conveyed to the assembly or sorting point, avoiding the non-removable obstacles on the floor. Hence, the necessity to create an elevated path/itinerary to lift and then lower the product, including an orthogonal change in the conveyor line.

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PA forming a conveyor line

The photo alongside shows a solution for conveying the incoming production from a number of operating units.
The dimensions of the conveyors and the solutions to be adopted in the orthogonal passage vary according to the type of products to be conveyed and the duration of the moulding cycles.
Conveying may be done in two ways:

  • when the product can come in contact with other products
  • when the product must not come in contact with other products

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PA forming a conveyor line

The photo alongside shows a very special solution where, during conveying, it is necessary to overcome an obstacle exceeding 4 m.
The conveyors comprising the line are all PA models like that placed in the centre of the photo.
The polycarbonate Tunnel guards protect the product during the conveying phase.

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Product conveying and recovery line

Solution used for feeding an assembly line and, simultaneously recovering the unused product to bring it back to the line.
The line consists of an elevator which unloads the product on a table and a side chute which receives the product surplus, routing it on the PA conveyor which conveys it back to the elevator hopper to send it back to the line.

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Conveyor line with alignment system

Solution used for conveying the product and aligning it at the same time.
A system of adjustable diverters, together with a series of conveyors with increasing speed and with orthogonal passage, make it possible to obtain perfect alignment of the product necessary for the packaging unit positioned subsequently.
The conveyors comprising this line confrom to the F.D.A. regulatory standards.

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Since 1985

MB Conveyors has more than 30 years of tradition and experience in mechanical industry and production of conveyor belts. The main qualities of the company are systemic functionality and profitability, commitment to clients, research and development with the support of experts.

Product quality is ensured through meticulous testing in all production steps along the line, with the use of most up-to-date production systems and materials of superior quality.

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Energy efficiency is a concept that in our part of the world became important towards the end of 2008 and the beginning of 2009, at the outset of the world economic crisis. Most business people had, until then, mostly declaratively considered power consumption as a significant element of the total cost analysis. In these considerations, the impact of energy efficiency on the environment pollution had hardly been tackled at all.

Neofyton was among the first companies in Serbia and the region to start actively demonstrating the importance of energy efficiency, both by cutting production costs and therefore increasing profit rates and building awareness of the resource shortage and broader ecological principles.

Energy savings through the use of Neofyton's machines

In comparison with our direct competitors in the field of plastics injection machines, and with the utilization of standard hydraulics with integrated so-called "smart" pumps, our machines consume as much as 50% less energy. The use of servo-hydraulics opens up the potential of savings as high as 70%. We have a very precise power consumption measuring device to prove this.

The company Engel was the first plastics injection machine manufacturer back in 2009, which introduced the power consumption page as a standard component of the control assembly – "Ecograph", where - next to the weight of each product (molded part) in every cycle - total hourly consumption is shown, as well as the specific power consumption per one kilogram of processed plastics (kWh/kg).


The equipment we represent contributes to ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION in several ways.
When it comes to ancillary equipment, above all water chillers by our supplier Eurochille, used for temperature control of both hydraulics and machine servo motors and molds (tools) in which finished products are made, the chiller systems we sell facilitate the use of a new cooling system based on the so-called "adiabatic effect".

In summer, the hydraulics and servo motors of the injection molding machines call for cooling with water at a maximum of 28°C. Using the so-called "free cooling" device with the "adiabatic effect", cooling of process water is performed without cooling compressors (which use freon as the heat exchanger). Heat exchange, i.e. cooling happens exclusively by the use of ventilators, which translates into six- to eightfold savings compared to traditional chillers that use freon-based compressors.

One of our customers has reduced the required cooling energy by 1.400.000 kWh per year, i.e. by about 70.000 EUR, using the "adiabatic" cooling devices. An additional benefit is the elimination of major pollution risks which might arise from emissions of freon into the atmosphere due to tube puncture or breakage.

A similar calculation can be applied to our Engel injection molding machines, as well as to the Piovan granulate dryers.

Neofyton – partner of MB Conveyors

Neofyton is MB Conveyors’ partner for the markets of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Nigeria, and Cameroon.

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