Conveyors Incorporated a family owned and operated company was organized in 1974 and has developed over 40 years in to the leader in value added conveying equipment with world class experience. Conveyors Inc., utilizes more than 100,000 square foot of manufacturing space on ten acres in Mansfield, Texas centrally located in the Dallas
Belt Conveyors provide an efficient method of conveying a wide range of materials, varying in particle size and densities. They can also be designed to transport these products over short or long distances. working around existing equipment. Belt conveyors are also versatile enough to move the product horizontally, inclined and even vertical if necessary, utilizing cleated belts and/or sidewall pocketed belting.
Conveyors at 10 ft length to 1,000 ft or longer, Conveyors, Inc. can customize your Belt Conveyor to fit your requirements. Typical channel frame design conveyors are on 20 to 30 foot centers but utilizing a truss design we can engineer a conveyor with 40, 60 or even 90 foot support spacing, depending on the specific application. If you are considering a Belt Conveyor for an application please contact Conveyors, Inc. for the ideal solution. Our experienced Sales and Engineering staff are waiting and prepared to help you with all your material handling equipment needs.
Bucket Elevators are available in three basic designs:
Centrifugal discharge - buckets are mounted at a spaced interval, are loaded by scooping the product from the boot section or by feeding directly into them. The product is discharged by "Centrifugal" action as the buckets pass over the head pulley.
Positive discharge - these elevators are designed to operate at lower speeds and are suitable for handling light, fluffy and fragile materials, especially ones that have a tendency to stick to the buckets. Buckets are mounted at a spaced intervals, are loaded by scooping up material from the boot section or by feeding the material directly into them. After passing over the head pulley, the buckets are inverted over the discharge spout, thus providing a positive discharge of materials. Continuous discharge - buckets are spaced continuously and loaded by direct feeding (in most cases). Product spillage into the boot section is minimized due to the close spacing of the buckets. As buckets discharge, the material flows over the proceeding bucket, whose front and projecting sides form a chute, to the discharge spout.