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Flexible Screw Conveyors

For dry bulk solids and ingredients

Spiroflow Flexible Screw Conveyors are just that - flexible!  They can convey in any direction from horizontal to vertical, routed around fixed obstacles and equipment, and from one room to another. They are ideal for lifting materials from bag dump stations or storage bins and conveying products at ceiling height to feed a line of processing or packaging machines - as multiple discharge points can be placed along horizontal sections.

Spiroflow's Flexible Screw Conveyors inherently ensure material is constantly being remixed.  This is accomplished through the action of the rotating spiral - effectively eliminating the risk of product segregation.  Flexible Screw Conveyors are also an extremely cost effective method of conveying dry bulk solids and ingredients!

If you are looking for a flexible screw conveyor you probably have a few questions such as:

How much does a flexible screw conveyor cost?

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Why won't my flexible screw conveyor convey my material?


  • Gentle Product Handling
  • Greater Hygiene
  • Easy to Clean
  • Total Containment
  • Dust-free
  • Constant Remixing
  • Low Cost
  • Low Maintenance
  • 9 - 88,000 lb/hr (5 - 39,900 kg/hr)