Conveyor Motors, Reducers & Gear Boxes Ohio

Powering Your Conveyors with the Right Motors, Reducers and Gearboxes

If you’re looking for high-quality motors, reducers and gearboxes that provide maximum efficiency and versatility for your industrial material handling conveyors, we can help you choose the best motor for the job.

From fractional horsepower through 500 horsepower and above, we offer conveyor motors that meet the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards as well as metric specifications for equipment that comes from overseas.

Conveyor Motors, Reducers & Gear Boxes Ohio
Over 60 Years Of Combined Experience with Conveyors

Over 60 Years

Of combined experience with conveyors

Fast & Reliable Network of Vendors

Fast & Reliable

Network of Vendors

One-Stop-Shop for Custom Conveyor Solutions & Parts

One-Stop-Shop

For Custom Conveyor Solutions & Parts

You Can’t Drive Success Without the Right Motor and Parts

You know what happens when the motor in your car fails.

The same happens when your conveyor system motors fail.

Replacing the motor is just the start. You also need the right gearbox or reducer working in tandem with the motor to drive your company’s success.

You Can’t Drive Success Without the Right Motor and Parts
Motor Replacement Parts

Motor Replacement Parts

From fractional horsepower through 500 horsepower and above, we offer conveyor motors that meet the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards as well as metric specifications for equipment that comes from overseas.

Our full line of quality motors and parts gets your conveyor system back to being a finely-tuned engine for your company’s success:

Induction motors

Phase motors

Servo motors

Brushless DC motors

Synchronous motors

Helical gearboxes

Bevel-helical gearboxes

Worm gearboxes

Shaft-mounted gearboxes

We make it easy to get the right replacement belt for your conveyor system.

1. Contact for Pricing

Contact us to Order

Call us to speak with one of our experienced conveyor specialists. We will assess your needs and get to work sourcing the motors, reducers and gearboxes for your conveying system.

2. Plan Your Solution

Delivery

We provide quick turnaround on parts orders and will deliver the right parts when and where you need them.

3. Finalize and Deliver

Make a Plan for Maintenance

After we know you’re completely happy with your replacement parts, Capital City Conveyor & Supply can help build a conveyor equipment maintenance program to keep your system operating in peak condition and your supply of vital replacement parts replenished.

We make it easy to get the right replacement belt for your conveyor system

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find the right motor and system parts for my conveyor system?

Contact us to speak with one of our experienced conveyor specialists. We will assess your needs and get to work sourcing the motors, gearboxes and other replacement parts for your conveying system.

After we know you’re completely happy with your new motor and parts, Capital City Conveyor & Supply can help build out a conveyor equipment maintenance program to keep your system operating in peak condition and your supply of vital replacement parts replenished.

How do conveyor system motors work?

Motors work in tandem with gearboxes. They come in various configurations, so you can find the right solution for any drive problem. If you’re looking for a high-quality motor that provides maximum efficiency and versatility, we can help you choose the best motor for the job. From fractional horsepower through 500 horsepower and above, we offer conveyor motors that meet the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards as well as metric specifications for equipment that comes from overseas.

What is a gearbox or reducer?

A conveyor gearbox, or reducer, is the main part of a conveyor system used to pull the belts, chains or rollers that convey materials from point A to B. Belt conveyors are usually powered by in-line helical, bevel-helical or worm gearboxes. Shaft mounted gearboxes are best for heavy-duty loads.

Chain conveyors use two or more parallel shafts or bevel-helical gearboxes that work together to move the chains. Roller conveyors need more compact gearboxes that can produce a lot of torque, like in-line helical gear reducers and parallel shafts.