Conveyor Screws - Transfer Screws

Did you know?

The screw conveyor is known in many industries by different names: Screw Conveyor, Auger Screw, Transfer Screw, Helical Conveyor, and many others.  But the basic design has changed little over thousands of years.  In fact, the Screw Conveyor is also known as the Archimedes' Screw, and was used in ancient times to pump irrigation water.

Screw conveyors are still popular in many bulk handling industries because of how efficient and cost effective they are.  One of the more popular applications is to move semi-solid materials, including wood chips, aggregates, food waste, cereal grains, animal feed, boiler ash, meat and bone meal, and municipal solid waste.


Oregon Industrial Repair Inc has many years experiance working with different industries and identifying there needs.  Some standard conveyor screws aren't designed to the specific needs of the industry and need customizations to maximize production.

With this in mind, OIR has invested time and energy to improve the manufacturing of the flights on the screws, and have developed a machine that is proprietary to OIR.

       

  We are proud to present the future of flight manufacturing, a machine proprietary to OIR specifically designed to save on down time in turn saving money for your company, PLEASE INQUIRE

                                                                                                                                                

Screws Manufacturing/Flight Manufacturing/Augers/Conveyors

Flight Press Machine Capabilities

  • Designed to form up to 1” Thick Steel Plate
  • Can produce/make/etc… a range of sizes of flights (8” to 36” Outside Diameter)

List of models currently in production

  • Thune Press Screws
  • Feeder Screws
  • Digester Screws
  • Lime Kiln Screws
  • Hog Fuel Screws                                                 
  • Transfer Screws
  • Lift Screws
  • Pulper Screws
  • Mixing Screws
  • Slaker Classifier Screws
  • Accepts/Rejects Screws

Quality Vs. Quantity

  • Stainless Steels
  • Hard Facings, High Wear Resistant materials (for Highly Abrasive Processes)
  • Coverings: Help protect against corrosion

*Improve the quality of the screws to prolong the working life, lessen maintenance/repair time, and avoid costly downtimes.