Key Technology has introduced enhancements to its popular Iso-Flo® family of stainless steel vibratory conveyors. Featuring a new patent-pending drive arrangement, frame design and screen clamp, these enhancements maximize machine efficiency, enhance sanitation and improve ergonomics on processing and/or packaging lines. Key’s new patent-pending drive arrangement for Iso-Flo includes a unique motor mount, made integral with the base frame, and an electrical circuit. This arrangement enables a pair of vibratory motors to impart synchronized reciprocal vibratory motion to the conveyor bed, which maximizes the conveyor’s efficiency and reliability while minimizing maintenance. Key has replaced Iso-Flo’s traditional tubular frame with a shaped plate frame that is up to 1.5 times stronger, which allows less material to be used to achieve comparable strength. The new shaped plate frame is open and easy to clean, which enhances sanitation. For Iso-Flo conveyors with screens, a new over-center screen clamp enables the screen to lock in place, assuring the screen is aligned and positioned correctly and securely. In addition to being easier to use, it eliminates the rattling that can occur if a traditional screen clamp loosens over time. The new clamp allows operators and the sanitation staff to remove and replace the screen with no tools required. This new screen clamp allows for lighter weight screens, which improve ergonomics.