Dynamic Conveyor Corp. has completed an office renovation and expansion, and the conveyor manufacturer acquired more space in its shared building in Norton Shores, Mich.
President Jill Batka said the improvements involved the additional offices, a larger conference room and breakroom that expands for companywide gatherings.
Batka said the company now has 30,000 square feet of space.
Dynamic Conveyor was founded in 1991 when the company introduced the DynaCon conveyor system to the injection molding industry. The company expanded into conveyors for the food processing and packaging market in 2011.
Earlier this year at NPE2018, it introduced a new quick-disconnect motor to increase conveyor modularity, application options and ease of use and maintenance.
The connector enables a quick direct connection between the brushless DC motor and the controller with an easy-to-use lock lever that does not require tools or additional hardware. That makes it easier to replace motors or modify control options while in the field.
Cable-length options range from 20 inches to 65 feet. The control package can be mounted anywhere along the conveyor's sidewall or leg supports, or remotely mounted away from the coveyor.
Tel. 231-798-1483, www.DynamicConveyor.com.