Transverse conveying means and continuous furnace equipped there

Material or article handling – Load carried along a horizontal linear path – Having gripper means

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1984682, 414156, B65G 2504

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059416807

ABSTRACT:
A transverse conveying apparatus for a continuous furnace comprises a gripper, which is arranged such that it can be displaced along a transporting rail and is mounted such that it can pivot around an axis of rotation parallel to the transporting rail, the conveying apparatus automatically receives the objects which are to be conveyed. In the closed state, i.e., with the gripper in engagement with the objects which are to be conveyed, the gripper is displaced along the transporting rail. Once the destination has been reached, the carrier is released or opened again by the gripper being rotated in the opposite direction.

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