Health & Safety
Automating scrap transfer minimizes safety risks by decreasing forklift traffic and scrap contact with operators.
Low Maintenance
PRAB conveyors have the industry’s leading reputation as being dependable low-maintenance equipment with long service lives. This drag conveyor features no carry over issues for clean transfer of scrap to boxes, minimizing operator involvement.
Heavy-Duty
PRAB conveyors are built tough to withstand the harsh conditions and materials moved in the metalworking industry- and this conveyor is no exception. The heavy-duty, abrasion-resistant flight bars of our drag conveyors feature an exclusive bolt-free connection, so they stay strong under grueling conditions.
Value
PRAB conveyors reduce downtime by automating the scrap transfer process- maximizing machine operator production time.

Chain conveyors made to handle severe-duty, highly abrasive, metal chips, fines and swarf.

Transfer and elevate the most difficult and abrasive wet or dry metal chips, fines, swarf, die scrap and other materials with this rugged, chain driven, liquid-tight conveyor.

Every part of this rugged chain driven conveyor is designed for severe duty. The Heavy-duty, abrasion-resistant flight bars of the scrap conveyor feature an exclusive bolt-free connection so they stay strong under grueling conditions. The abrasion-resistant steel press-formed trough is liquid tight and comes standard with safety covers.

Advantages of the PRAB Drag Chain Conveyors include:

  • Rugged, forged steel, rivetless chain
  • Heavy-duty flight bars with PRAB exclusive bolt free connection
  • Abrasive-resistant, alloy steel wear surfaces
  • Liquid-tight, press-formed trough
  • Safety top covers
  • Infeed hoppers and multiple discharge points to fit your application
  • Covered by PRAB’s one-year warranty
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Common applications:

  • Machinig
  • Scrap Yards

PRAB offers two models- Series #348 and Series #458, in three configuration styles designed to convey materials for scrap recycling ranging in weight and bulk density. This scrap material conveyor is also available with in-feed hoppers and metering plates, and can also be customized with coolant pumps for integration with a chip and fluid filtration system.

Z-Style

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

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

  • Efficient processing
  • Used in horizontal or inclined layouts
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Series #348

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Series #458

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