Depending on your product and method of conveyance there are many ways to merge, divert, and combine multiple lanes of product into one lane. We have many years of experience in merging, diverting, and combining some of the most difficult products.

The basic premise of diverting is to divide a single lane of product into two or more lanes of product. This is accomplished by periodically stopping product flow for a period of time just long enough to clear the zone and move the divert arm to another lane position. This repeating process can be used to balance the flow to all lanes.

Diverters can be integrated with Dillin’s full line of products and controls to provide a stand-alone piece of equipment or a complete, customized system.


  • Light to medium products such as trays, cartons, bottles, etc
  • Diverting can be done on a product count or timed basis


  • Can divert a single or numerous in feed lanes to two or more discharge lanes