Material flow components
FAB conveyor components are manufactured in the south of the Black Forest to meet the highest technical standards and offer you solid, outstanding quality. The components reach their maximum performance when we integrate them into complex material flow systems, which we plan and implement individually for your needs. In this way you achieve economic added value for your company.
Right angle transfer deck
Material flow systems ensure the optimum distribution of goods and guarantee the availability of materials in production, picking and warehousing. They are characterized, among other things, by the skillful combination of individual, custom-made conveyor technology components to form a functional unit. Our experience and expertise allow us to serve customers from a wide variety of industries with tailored system solutions.
Examples of implemented system solutions
Engine block conveyor system
Conveyor and packing system for aluminum coils
Automated flow of goods
Load securing in factory traffic
The requirements for material flow concepts are very diverse and individual. We can respond to almost all requirements with special constructions tailored to your needs: extra wide conveyor systems, design for heavy loads, suitability for high ambient temperatures or for hazardous areas are just a few examples. We also develop special machines and elements to suit your requests and requirements, such as swivel/tilt devices or tool change systems, which are homogeneously integrated into the overall conveying process.
Find out more about our special constructions and read our reports and examples.
Material flow in potentially explosive atmospheres
Examples of our FAB Systems
Optimization and automation of the picking area for production in potentially explosive atmospheres, zone 2
Tool changing system
Example of our FAB Systems
The FAB tool changing system was developed for a quick and uncomplicated change of punching and pressing tools. The special gripping and coupling technology to the tool in connection with the operation enables a safe and hazard-free tool change for the operator.