Jorgensen Conveyors Inc.

The MunchMan uses primary and secondary belts installed at the lower curve and through the incline and chip discharge areas of the system. These belts run in unison to grab chips, compress them and carry them securely up steep inclines. This design eliminates the risk of conveyor jams that can occur when chip balls tumble at the lower curve or jam…
The second generation EcoFilter® utilizes an innovative two-stage metal chip removal and coolant filtration design. A hinged steel belt conveyor handles primary removal of large chips. In a secondary process, a flow-through filtration cell separates fines from coolant. Heavy duty brushes attached to the bottom side of the belt wipe these fines…
The EcoFilter from Jorgensen utilizes an innovative two stage metal chip removal and coolant filtration design.
FlexFiltration systems efficiently remove fine chips and grinding sludge to achieve coolant clarity down to 10 microns or less. They are especially well suited for challenging applications involving materials ranging from cast iron, steel and aluminum to composites and plastics.
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Mequon, WI - Jorgensen Conveyors, Inc. announced the addition of The Whittemore Co. as its new manufacturers’ representative for nine mid-western states including Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota and Indiana.
Jorgensen Conveyors and Filtration Solutions in Mequon, Wisconsin, has made several promotions and a key new hire within its sales and management teams.
Jorgensen Conveyors Inc., Mequon, Wisconsin, formed a business alliance with Weima America Inc., Fort Mill, South Carolina.