What if there was a way to vet the system and predict design gaps before the conveyor is even installed?

Conveyor simulation is a critical part of our process

The old adage “An ounce of prevention beats a pound of cure” applies to conveyor assembly as well as anything. To ensure that you get a shiny new conveyor system you can depend on, we create a conveyor simulation prior to installation to demonstrate your future conveyor’s operation, identify any potential problems, and fine-tune the design. This saves you time and money and frees us to explore a number of conveyor solutions.

What Is Conveyor Simulation?

Conveyor simulation is a computer-generated model that allows you to see exactly where the various components of a system would fit into your existing space. Unlike fixed, schematic diagrams, the simulation software is designed to imitate the workflow of a functioning conveyor – allowing the user to visualize products being moved through the various workstations in real time and from multiple angles for detailed analysis. It’s even possible to “zoom in” for a closer look.

Conveyor computer simulation may be used either to design a new system from scratch or to explore proposed modifications in an existing system.

Benefits Of Our Custom, In-house Conveyor Simulations:

  • Calculate Production Rates – Conveyor simulation allows us to calculate how quickly products can be transported through the system – all factors considered – to be highly profitable.
  • Calculate Manpower Needs – Our simulation program helps you figure out exactly how many workers are needed to run the system. This optimizes staffing capacity as well as helps us understand how the conveyor will interface with other equipment and personnel.
  • Detect Conveyor Problems in Advance – Simulation can reveal potential bottlenecks and other problems that may otherwise go unnoticed until considerable amounts of money have been spent.
  • Demonstrate Effectiveness of the System – A simulation of the proposed conveyor system’s production cycle, i.e., storage lanes, traffic routing, through-put statistics, load-unload processes and other critical operations, can help demonstrate the integrity and efficiency of the design.
  • Avoid Unneeded Expenditures – With a proper simulation program, a business has access to a cost-effective way to improve workflow efficiency, predict problems, try out new production ideas, and avoid wasteful trial-and-error assembly and disassembly of equipment.