Driven to accelerate
Located in the automotive capital of Canada, it’s no wonder PROLANN has emerged as a leader in automotive material handling systems. In fact, for three decades, we have provided cutting-edge solutions for some of the biggest names in the auto industry.
What makes PROLANN the go-to provider? Simple. Complete reliability and always delivering on what we say. Whether you require an overhead or floor system, PROLANN takes the guesswork out of material handling. That’s because we employ one of the most experienced teams of specialists in the industry. We’re talking detailers, designers, project leaders and managers with years of on-the-floor experience and technical knowledge gained from working with some of the industry’s largest automakers.
Working not merely as an outside supplier but as an extension of your company, PROLANN provides conveyor system concept development and layouts, complete installation renderings, flow studies, system loading, field checks, building scans, speed and horse power calculations, chain-pull requirements, and much more. Whether your company requires fine-tuning and maximization of an existing system or a brand new state-of-the-art one, we’ve got you covered from the ground up. As a service provider, we can complete the assembly, shop design, detail and installation drawings for your entire system. All delivered on schedule and within budget.
• Develop concept proposals/sketches up to install ready drawings.
• Develop new CAD blocks or use blocks from customer supplied library.
• Manage External References
• System Layout
• Flow Studies
• 2D & 3D Drawings:
– Assembly Drawings
– Shop Fabrication drawings
• Elevation/section views
• Welding notes
• Machining drawings:
– Installation Drawings
– Bill of Material
• Engineering calculations:
– Speed and Horsepower
– Chain pull requirements
– Point load reactions on building steel
– All documented for review
– Calculations and drawings ready for stamping
– Stamping available in some states and provinces
• Field Services:
– On site inspection/measurement of existing conditions
– “as-built” verification
– 3D laser scanning
– Engineering support during install