Abstract: A conveying apparatus having an overhead conveyor; a L-shaped hanger suspended from the overhead conveyor, a load supporting portion of the hanger being located sidewardly of the conveyor; a guide roller provided on the load supporting portion; and a guide rail for guiding the roller. The L-shaped hanger may be suspended through a C-shaped fitting, the opening of the C shape facing toward the load supporting portion of the hanger; and a foreign matter shield may be provided having both a horizontal plate member projecting into the opening of the C shape and an upright plate member.
Abstract: A trap assembly is provided to collect materials dispelled from a ski lift cable suspension assembly. A ski lift post rotatably supports a plurality of wheels through which a longitudinally moveable cable is guided. A collection trough is disposed beneath the wheels and the cable to trap materials dispelled about the wheels.
Abstract: A trough and trough support for conveying liquids along open modular chuting is disclosed. The trough support is releasably secured to the sidewall of the open modular chute. The trough, in a preferred embodiment, is pleated to allow the trough to curve.
Abstract: A power-and-free trolley conveyor comprising a power line rail, a free line rail disposed immediately below the power line rail, another free line rail provided at one side of the free line rail in parallel thereto, and carriers suspended from the free line rails and each thereby supported at its opposite sides.
Abstract: A system for collecting liquid spillage at rail facilities comprises relatively small and lightweight collector pan modules supported by the ties of a railroad track and sealingly joined together so as to extend alongside and between the rails of the track. The pans are individually formed to rest on the ties and for drainage empty into drain conduits provided between the ties.
Abstract: A trolley conveyor comprising a hollow guide rail within which an endless conveyor chain is centrally supported by guide rollers. A plurality of spaced U-shaped hangers supported by said chain extend through a longitudinal opening in one side of the guide rail spaced above the bottom of the rail. The lower side of the guide rail below the opening is inclined outwardly and serves to contain foreign matter present within the guide rail as well as to catch matter falling from above. The hangers each include a projection adjacent the longitudinal opening which serves to prevent the splashing of foreign matter from the interior of the guide rail out through the opening.