While a belt conveyor may seem fairly straightforward, there are several add on features that can make or break the efficiency of your facility: Incline and decline angles, depending on your needs and products Modular, thermoplastic, and cleated belting Belt lifting arms to aid in sanitation
NIDO Telpic Belt Conveyors are widely used in logistics, shipping amp; distribution centers, ports, docks, stations, airports amp; warehouses. Easy to set up little training is required to operate it. The length of Extension part of Conveyor is easily adjustable to match different sizes of vehicles.
Belt conveyors each have a wide belt that slides over a flat surface or rollers to move items on the belt from one place to another. The belt keeps the position of the items stable during conveying and is less likely to jostle or bump fragile items than conveyor rollers or skate wheels.
In most conveyor designs, the belt runs on a set of rollers that provide support and guide the belt. The typical conveyor roller is a reliable device, with key components such as bearings, seals and the steel can all well understood in the industry.
The typical flexibility of belt conveyors is just one of the many features that have marked its transversal success both in Bulk and Unit Handling applications. Especially when it comes to the Bulk sector , belt conveyors are an invaluable ally in different fields of applications and industrial processes.