• Automated Systems for Processing Metal Turnings and Recovering Cutting Fluids

  • Automated Conveyor Systems for Metal Stamping, Laser and Die Cast Scrap

  • Custom-Engineered Fluid Filtration and Recycling Systems

Steel Belt Conveyors

PRAB Steel Belt ConveyorMove a broad range of materials efficiently

More versatile than other types of conveyors, the steel belt conveyor can be used to handle any type of metal scrap -- from bushy material to chips and turnings, wet or dry -- in any volume, and in a wide variety of conveyor paths.

It's capable of combining horizontal and elevating movements. Heavy-duty side frames, track and wear bars keep the belt on track shift after shift.

  1. Hinged Steel Belt (industry standard) - smooth, dimpled or perforated
  2. Beaded Pan (apron pan) - high heat and heavy wear applications
  3. Pivot Belt (PRAB exclusive) - thin small pcs and sticky scrap that would normally carry-over
  4. Combination Belt - blends the advantages of a rubber belt with the strength of a steel belt
  5. Mesh Belt - used for cooling hot parts or to let excess coolant flow through belting
  6. Bucket Belt (Z-Pan) - used to convey highly flowable product up a steep incline


Beaded Pan Steel Belt Conveyor


Steel Belt Conveyor In Action




  • Extended service life with replaceable bushings in heavy-duty side chain
  • Interlocking side wings for efficient conveying of small scrap pieces
  • Custom engineered to meet application requirements


  • Round, square or open end configurations to meet application requirements
  • Plain, perforated or dimpled belting to meet application requirements
    Steel Belt Conveyor Belt Options
  • Drive can be mounted above, below or on the side of the conveyor
  • Custom skirts, chutes and hoppers to fit application requirements
  • Special side sections are available for height restrictions
  • Variable speed drive

2.5" to 9" Pitch Available

Designed to convey materials ranging in weight and bulk density.


  • Utilize plant space
  • Different elevation of discharging point
  • Filling of larger containers
  • Used in overhead layouts


  • Utilize plant space
  • Different elevation of discharging point
  • Cost-efficient setup for feeding small containers


  • Efficient processing
  • Used in horizontal or inclined layouts