The processes in an Automotive Final Assembly area:
- Overhead Trim and Final Conveyors
- Floor Trim and Final Conveyors
- Door Build and Delivery
- Instrument Panel Build and Delivery
- Chassis Marriage
- Stripper Systems
- Powertrain Build and Delivery
- Seat Build and Delivery
- Front End Module Delivery
- Tire and Wheel Build and Delivery
- Water Test Validation
- Lifts, Transfers, Delivery Systems
Below are examples of products that can be used to complete these processes.
In automotive plants, Floor Conveyor offers variable speed processes, improved ergonomics and quiet operation.
Power and Free
Power and Free Systems are extremely common in body shops due to their robutness and shear power. Unlike basic overhead monorail conveyor systems, these systems provide the unique ability to stop individual loads without stopping the entire production line.
Skid Systems can be found in body shops everywhere that are producing vehicles. Skid systems offer an efficient and quiet mode of transportation. Standard designs are available for both dry and wet area applications.
Skillet systems allow work to take place safely on a moving line. They also allow the body of the vehicle to index up or down to be more ergonomic for the worker. Some other benefits are: open access to work inside and around the product, no lubrication system requirement, no impact accumulation, quiet operation and low maintenance.