Elevate oily, thin gauge scrap without carryover.
PRAB’s Pivot Belt Conveyors with Rigidized™ belt surface prevents scrap from sticking to the belt, and its exclusively-designed pivoting hinges flip scrap into hoppers.
PRAB pivot belt conveyors have a Rigidized™ belt surface that prevents scrap from sticking to the belt, and the exclusively-designed pivoting hinges flip scrap into your hopper. This scrap conveyor includes a seamless one-piece pan that collects oily fluids below, reducing housekeeping headaches while keeping workers safer and more productive.
Advantages of the PRAB Pivot Belt Conveyor includes:
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PRAB’s Pivot Belt Conveyors are available in 2 1/2″ to 4″ pitch, designed to convey materials ranging in a various weights and bulk densities. Multiple configurations are available.
Product Brochure: Pivot Belt™ Conveyors
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