MOVE FORWARD WITH A MIDWEST INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR
Storee Construction has extensive knowledge of manufacturing processes and conveyor systems. We’ll work with you to minimize workflow disruptions, respecting your deadline schedules and site requirements.
Upgrading a facility or plant creates the risk of contamination. Dust, debris, and sparks threaten your products during the upgrade construction. Our crew will install temporary walls and barriers to seal construction zones.
In many cases, your facility can continue normal work site operations as our team completes your conveyor installation or conveyor upgrade. Even in food plants, where sanitation is critical, we can control the potential hazards of construction during upgrades or repairs.
We’re committed to keeping your people, property, and products safe.
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FULL-SERVICE CONVEYOR INSTALLATION AND REPAIR
Storee provides a full range of comprehensive conveyor services. We offer complete conveyor installation, upgrade, and repair, including the following:
- Palletizer and depalletizer
- Wire mesh belt
- Cleated belt
- Chain driven
- V Belt
- Line shaft
- Power and free
- Table top
Storee’s metal fabrication team can customize the components and design of your conveyor. Certified welders join existing conveyor systems with new ones. They’ll install new conveyor connections that provide a smooth transition from existing to new equipment.
CUSTOM GUARDING PREVENTS MANUFACTURING ACCIDENTS
We also fabricate conveyor guarding for improved safety. Our team can further enhance worker safety with custom fitted platforms, walkways and crossovers. These customized conveyor guards allow access to production lines and material handling systems while protecting employees from hazards and accidents.
Building and facility personnel safety installations include equipment guarding, personnel guarding, forklift guarding, safety bollards, traffic sensors, and safety lighting. We address all the safety needs of a heavy industrial facility.
The Storee team monitors and troubleshoots elevation points, pinch points, control points, roadblocks, obstructions, aisle clearance, production flow, service capacity, and maintenance access.
With more efficient and safer plant design, you can reduce the risk of equipment damage such as forklift accidents, on-the-job injuries, and other costly hazards.
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SUPPORT THAT CAN HANDLE THE LOAD
The experts at Storee analyze your building’s structural constraints. We’ll make sure your facility can handle the added load of a conveyor system or an expanded conveyor system.
For example, before installing an overhead, underground or floor-level conveyor, our team determines the strength of the structural support in your plant. If needed, we’ll recommend modifications to strengthen walls, floors, and ceilings.
Structural improvements also lead to removing obstacles. For example, while modifying a facility with structural upgrades, we can redesign facility layout to speed traffic flow, improve safety, and create more open space for materials handling.
IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY IS AUTOMATIC
After conveyor installation, Storee electrical and mechanical services teams will add automation technology to the new conveyor systems. They will :
- Automate systems with electrical controls and programming
- Improve energy efficiency and usage
- Enhance automated controls for optimization of storage, manufacturing, and distribution
We provide industrial conveyor installation services for any project scope. We can install a single specialized belt conveyor or redesign your entire conveyor system. We’ll work with you to find the most efficient solutions that move materials and products through production and distribution.
Storee works with some of the largest production facilities in the Midwest, and we’re ready to help you create a more efficient facility.
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The following examples include just a few examples of our conveyor installation work:
- High-speed robotic systems
- Multi-level conveying equipment
- Multiple task production lines
- Close tolerance equipment
- Pallet handling systems