Metalworking’s most versatile belt conveyors for transporting a broad range of materials.
More versatile than other types of conveyors. PRAB steel belt conveyors can be used to handle any type of wet or dry metal scrap- from bushy material and die scrap, to chips and turnings.
This heavy-duty scrap conveyor can process wet or dry metal material in any volume and is available in a wide variety of paths.
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PRAB Steel Belt Conveyors are available in 2.5″ to 9″ pitch and are designed to convey a wide range of metal scrap ranging in weight and bulk density. 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.
Belt options available to meet differing applications include:
Configurations available include:
PRAB Beaded Pan Steel Belt Conveyor – Well Suited for Severe Environments
PRAB’s Beaded Pan Steel Belt Conveyor is well suited for severe environments and application
PRAB Copper Chips – Steel Belt Conveyor
PRAB’s steel belt conveyor transports copper chips to downstream processing equipment.
PRAB Steel Chips – Steel Belt Conveyor
PRAB’s steel belt conveyor transports steel chips to downstream processing equipment.
PRAB 2.5” Pitch Steel Belt Conveyor Unit
PRAB designs and manufactures a variety of steel belt conveyors, including this 2.5” Pitch unit featuring impact plates for extended service life. Scrap material is collected in the lower horizontal of the conveyor and is then elevated and discharged at a customer specified height. Optional chain oilers provide lubrication of the chain and rollers. Integrated control panels are available for a fully automated solution.
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Conveyor Performance White Paper
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