North American Tech Outlook: Schlagel, Inc.
July 01, 2000
by Emily Wilson
since 1957 has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of grain handling equipment. Its pioneering efforts have brought innovation to the industry's handling methods through enhancements to equipment design and increased machine capabilities and capacities.
A knowledgeable, experienced staff works with qualified contractors or design firm representatives to ensure proper utilization of equipment, matching design and capacity to each application. Computerized estimating provides prompt, accurate quotes.
Schlagel's bucket elevators, available in 14 standard models in mild, galvanized or stainless steel construction, are designed to suit any application. The bucket elevators' continuous welded butt-seam trunking design eliminates overlapping at corners where corrosion usually begins.
Schlagel also provides a wide variety of chain-type conveyors, linear packages, Powerflow en-masse and incline conveyors in mild steel, galvanized and stainless steel models. Gates, two-way and three-way valves and other micsellaneous accessories are also supplied by Schlagel.
With advances in technology, Schlagel's production methods have also changed. Computer-assisted engineering, precision laser cutting and CNC factory production have increased product quality. Quality seminars and training programs provide on-going insight to further increase plant efficiencies and customer satisfaction.
Innovation, experience and commitment have made Schlagel a leader in the production of grain handling equipment for more than 40 years.
Product bulletins for all Schlagel distributors, conveyors and bucket elevators are available upon request. The bulletins provide detailed product illustrations, model selection criteria and specification tables for easy reference.