Quality Metal Works Inc designed this conveying line as a solution for a low ceiling clearance issue which made it impossible to stack the scales on top of the packaging equipment. Our solution to this problem was to keep the scales and packaging equipment separate. We used two inclined conveyors; one to feed each piece of equipment. The first conveyor was a continuous run conveyor and fed by a blast freezer. The first conveyor would feed the scales which then fed the second conveyor which required a clutch brake to be programmed to engage and disengage in synchronization with the cycle time of the scales. The second conveyor would then feed the packaging equipment. After packaging, the bagged product was discharged onto the third conveyor which was specially designed to convey product through a metal detector. After the product passed metal detection, it was discharged onto conveyor four which was for boxing the bagged product. With roller beds on either side of conveyor four, employees could easily box the bagged product.