The sole purpose of Conveyor Systems is to ensure easy automatic movement of LPG Cylinders from unloading point to series of processing units and continue upto loading point. Chain Conveyor Systems are preferred for rational movement of LPG cylinders in the manufacturing units.

  1. Easy rational transport of the load throughout the manufacturing unit.
  2. Flexible systems
  3. Easy to maintain and operate.
  4. Manual and fully automatic control of cylinders flow.
  5. 2 chain type for conventional cylinders
  6. 3 chain type for industrial cylinders
  7. Dry type without soap solution lubrication.
  8. With soap solution for lubrication


Designed for manually conveying empty LPG cylinders by gravity or through individual equipment. 

  1. Move products safely between levels without relying on elevated conveyors.
  2. Installation can be done in a variety of workplaces to maintain product safety and simplify their movement.
  3. Business utility determines the type, size, and weight of roller conveyor systems.
  4. In addition to preventing accidents and injuries, it enhances productivity at work.
  5. Hydraulic, mechanical, and fully automated conveyor systems can serve a variety of business needs.


An overhead conveyor system for conveying empty LPG cylinders through the LPG cylinder maintenance shed.

  1. Transport goods directly to operators to reduce travel time.
  2. Utilize vertical space for conveyance to free up valuable floor space.
  3. Versatile solutions to support a variety of applications and processes.
  4. Improve ergonomics and reduce lifting or bending by suspending parts from overhead conveyors for assembly processes.


A convenient way to load and unload LPG cylinders from trucks. Loading and unloading the cylinders manually on the truck is made easier by the movable boom. The boom extension options include: 6 mtr boom extension or 7.5 mtr boom extension  or13 mtr boom extension.

  1. Stable steel-based development.
  2. Associated with field transport frameworks.
  3. Fast exchange of units with module association.
  4. Gearing and synchronization of active development .
  5. Little distance across diverging pulleys that results in huge exchanges.