Our Products

All of our products can be made from a wide variety of metals, including but not limited to: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Abrasion Resistant Steel, and more.

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Why Choose Falcon

Our products are manufactured to our customers’ individual custom specifications and designs, which we take great care to protect.

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Products & Services

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    Helicoid Flight

    Helicoid flight is a continuous one-piece helix formed from square or rectangle bar, round bar or cut plate.

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    Sectional Flight

    Sectional flights are individual turns, wraps, or segments of wraps formed into a helix.

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    Ribbon Flight

    Ribbon flight is a continuous, large diameter one-piece helix formed from bar or cut plate.

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    Shaftless Flight

    Shaftless flight is heavier gauge helicoid flight that is produced to outside diameter and pitch specifications with an open center. This product works well when moving sticky products and large sized lumps.

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    Complete Screws

    Falcon has the machining and assembly capabilities to manufacture the most complicated and demanding conveyor augers and mixing screws to our customers’ specifications.  Complete screw weldments or augers are produced by mounting helical or sectional flight to a shaft, pipe, flange, hub, posts or other means to turn the screw.

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    Maintenance & Repairs

    One of the inherent problems associated with conveyor screws, augers and auger flighting is wear.  Falcon’s experience and expertise saves our customers time and money by repairing existing assemblies rather than building new.

Falcon Manufactures Challenging Designs

Quality & Precision Define our Work.

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Our News

  1. Agricultural Auger Conveyors

    Auger conveyors, also commonly referred to as screw conveyors, have a wide range of uses. But one of the more common applications for them is in the agricultural industry.

    9 Jul, 2015

  2. Asphalt Paving Facts

    It’s that time of the year again when asphalt paving augers are being used on highways across America. As much as annual construction work puts fear and contempt into the hearts of drivers everywhere, it’s really not the asphalt...

    16 Jun, 2015

  3. Construction Augers in Structurally Deficient Bridges and Roads

    The American Road and Transportation Builders Association recently conducted an analysis of the nation’s bridges and roads. The structural deficiencies uncovered by that study have proven rather eye-opening and have led to much discussion...

    16 Jun, 2015

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  1. Bruks Rockwood to install wood pellet ship loader for Enviva

    Bruks Rockwood is designing a Traveling, Luffing and Shuttling Ship Loader for Enviva Biomass at the Port of Wilmington in North Carolina. The ship loader will load wood pellets produced at Enviva’s Sampson plant.

    Biomass Magazine | 31 Aug, 2015

  2. Wood pellet boiler rebates available in Vermont

    Vermonters can get up to $5,500 to help switch from fossil fuel to local wood heating. Cash incentives are available from the Clean Energy Development Fund and Efficiency Vermont.

    Biomass Magazine | 31 Aug, 2015

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    13 days ago

  • In agriculture "mobility is the most important feature,and nearly all on-farm grain systs include a transport auger." http://t.co/s0kNbVyqco

    17 days ago