Unlike conveyors in Sortation, which is a whole conveyor on itself. Transfers are additional parts or beds that attach to another conveyor, to transfer MTBH.
There are three types of Transfers in Essential Conveyors. Arm, Pop-up, Unit.
These divert MTBH with a moving arm.
A right-angle arm diverts a MTBH by 90 degrees, pushing the target MTBH onto another conveyor connected perpendicularly:
The other arm is called a swing arm, which diverts MTBH at 30 degrees by default, usually transferring MTBH to another Spur unit:
As the name suggests, these pop up or stay down to divert the course of a MTBH. Since these are located at the bottom of a conveyor, they can only attach below a narrow belt conveyor (Sortation).
The roller pop-up can move transfer MTBH perpendicularly:
Whereas the steerable wheel divert can be used to divert in any angle between 90 to 270
Unlike pop-ups which can only be attached below a narrow belt conveyor, Transfer units are a unit of its own. Here we have 90 degree transfer units, and steerable transfer units: