One of the oldest conveyor types, belt conveyors are designed for handling materials, from big boxes, furniture, totes, wood sheets or packaged goods.
Belt conveyors consist of multiple pulleys, with a conveyor belt looping around them. Products on the belt move forward, driven by one or more of the pulleys. The primary use case of conveyor belts is it allows for quick and reliable transportation of material. Conveyor belts are a consistent and flat plane, allowing for products to sit on the belt without worry of product falling through like it could on a roller conveyor or plastic belt conveyor. Belt conveyors also enjoy being one of the most widely used and original conveyor types, with a fairly simple design that is meant to last.
Belt conveyors are perfect for handling materials, from big boxes, furniture, totes, wood sheets or packaged goods. Belt conveyors come in a huge range, from straight to curved, there is a belt conveyor for your application. These conveyors are designed with efficiency in mind. From sorting, transportation, inspection and processing, belt conveyors provide versatile means of handling. Belt conveyor can be made for light loads to heavy, incline/decline, curved/straight, mixed with other conveyors, or any other design that can be thought of. The versatility of belt conveyors makes them a great addition to your application.
Belt conveyors are most often used in these industries:
- Food processing
- Package handling
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