Conveyor Components Company

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130 Seltzer Road, P.O. Box 167
Croswell, MI 48422-9180
About Conveyor Components Company
  • Conveyor Components Company is a manufacturer of quality engineered conveyor accessories including emergency stop switches and pull cords, safety devices, belt mis-alignment switches, bucket elevator alignment switches, damaged belt detectors, bulk material flow switches, motion controls and zero speed switches, level controls including rotating paddles and tilt switches, aeration pads, skirtboard clamps, a rotary brush style belt cleaner as well as a wide variety of other conveyor belt cleaners since 1965.
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Products by Conveyor Components Company
  • Model RS pull cord

    The Model RS is a heavy-duty safety control that provides a positive shut off of dangerous equipment in an emergency. A cable pulled by endangered personnel actuates the control. The output contacts of the Model RS-2 can control up to two seperate circuits, one for machinery shutdown and one for... Read more
  • Model TA Belt Alignment Control

    The Model TA is a belt mis-alignment control that provides an indication when a conveyor belt has drifted off to a dangerous misalignment condition. The output contacts of the Model TA can control up to two separate circuits, one for machinery shutdown and one for an alarm. Read more
  • Model AD Aerator

    The Model AD is an aeration pad or diffuser that is used to provide a means of introducing low pressure air into a dry bulk material that has become compacted due to settling. The air will help restore the material's natural ability to flow. Read more