A continuous vertical conveyor, or a VCC or vertical reciprocating pallet conveyor, is a conveyor system used to transport materials or goods vertically between different levels or floors in a building or production facility. Unlike traditional conveyors that move materials horizontally or at an incline, continuous vertical conveyors are specifically designed for vertical transportation. The primary purpose of a continuous vertical conveyor is to save space and provide a continuous flow of materials or products between floors, eliminating the need for multiple elevators or lifts.

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     It is commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, distribution centre, warehouses, and airports, where the efficient vertical movement of goods is required.:

    Vertical conveyors come in different types, each suited for specific applications and load requirements. Here are some common types of vertical conveyors:

    1. Reciprocating Vertical Conveyor: Also known as a reciprocating lift or a bag or box, this conveyor uses a platform or carriage that moves up and down along a vertical track. It is typically used for transporting small loads or items weighing up to 50 kg.
    2. Bucket Conveyor: A bucket conveyor consists of buckets attached to a chain or belt that moves vertically within a casing. It is often used for bulk materials, such as grains, granular sand, etc.
    3. Vertical conveyors for bags are specifically designed to transport bags or sacks vertically between different levels or floors within a facility. These conveyors are commonly used in industries such as logistics, warehousing, airports, and manufacturing, where the vertical movement of bags is required.


    Key features and considerations for vertical conveyors for bags include:

    1. Bag Handling Capacity: Vertical conveyors for bags are designed to handle different bag sizes and weights. The conveyor should be selected based on the specific bag dimensions and weight requirements of the application.
    2. Speed and Throughput: The conveyor's speed and throughput capacity should be considered to ensure efficient bag transport within the required time frame.
    3. Bag Orientation and Stability: Bag orientation and stability during transportation are crucial to prevent damage or spills. Conveyors may include features such as side guides, stabilizing mechanisms, or gentle handling methods to maintain bag integrity.
    4. Safety Features: Safety features like emergency stop buttons, guards, and interlocks should be in place to ensure safe operation and prevent accidents.
    5. Integration with Bag Handling Systems: Vertical conveyors for bags can be integrated with other bag handling systems, such as bagging machines, bag sealers, or sorting systems, to create a seamless bag handling workflow.

    When selecting a vertical conveyor for bags, it is essential to consider factors such as bag dimensions, weight, speed requirements, space availability, and the specific needs of the bag handling process. Consulting with a conveyor system supplier or manufacturer can help in choosing the most suitable vertical conveyor for bag transportation.