Belt conveyors

  • Posted by Jack Whitehouse

Our belt conveyor systems are available as either straight or bends and offer a simple reliable method of transporting a large variety of products in warehouse and logistics, food and beverage, automotive and manufacturing.

Belt conveyor systems can be arranged horizontally or inclined to move between levels using either incline or spiral belts. They are finished in either mild steel (standard) or stainless steel and come in a variety of belt widths which are easily integrated with other types of conveyors.

Types of Belt Conveyors:

Belt Curves

Belt curves are available in virtually any configuration and are ideal for general purpose use including food applications. A positive chain drive prevents belt slip and products are conveyed with a smooth, positive and even movement

Spiral Belts

Spiral belts offer a reliable, continuous transportation system between levels with minimum footprint. Tailored to requirements, they provide an easily maintained alternative to ordinary vertical inclined belt systems.

High Speed Merge Conveyor

High speed merge conveyors are designed for merging two conveyor lines. It is a high speed conveyor belt with one end angled (standard angles 30 and 45 degrees). An angled nose bar allows a continuous conveyor belt to change direction, giving a smooth angular transfer of goods.

Telescopic Booms

Telescopic booms are available in two sizes, to suit up to 40’ trailers, the special continuous belt system allows loading or unloading to take place with constant adjustment of reach depth and working height inside the vehicle via operator push buttons on the boom end.

A vehicle loader is an automated materials handling system that is used to make vehicle loading and unloading quick and easy. It can either be specified for a fixed location or mobile, for maximum flexibility.

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