Hapman’s Helix® Flexible Screw Conveyors

Due to their relatively low cost, simple design and straightforward operation, flexible screw conveyors are one of the most common types of conveyors used by manufacturers. But they are not created equal.

Featuring the widest range of options to suit your specific application, the Hapman Helix® outperforms other flexible screw conveyors at reducing or eliminating poor performance, excessive power usage, severe wear and material degradation.

Move bulk material from one point to another using the most cost-effective and versatile conveying method available today. Add a Hapman Helix® to your operation today and find out why it’s the premium material handling solution for a variety of industries.


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Hapman Helix® can pay for itself.

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Custom component options for the Hapman Helix include:

Flat and beveled wire augers
Center cores
Ribbon and pin agitators
Vibratory hoppers
Hopper-mounted air pads
Mobile bases

The Helix can also be customized to conform to a specific mode of operation:

Batch operation
Intermittent operation
Continuous operation

Customize Your Helix

Learn more about how you can customize the Hapman Helix to fit your unique application. Fill out the form below to download our whitepaper.

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about the important factors that influence flexible screw conveyor selection.

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about the simplicity, cleanability and versatility of the Hapman Helix®.

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about how a single Hapman Helix® flexible screw conveyor can do several jobs.

Read Our Technical Brief

about equipment design considerations for handling bulk chemical powders.

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