Overland conveyors are continuing to grow in length all over the world. Request a design proposal here.
The use of horizontal curves is an advanced design method used throughout many conveyor systems.
The roll configuration and banking angle required to keep the belt on the idlers can be calculated
using Horizontal Curve Analyst.
Intermediate drives are used to help minimize the belt rating requirements and the belt cost. They
do this by lowering the belt tensions at critical locations along the belt.
Transfer chutes are identified as the biggest risk in a belt conveyor design. A well designed
chute is very important to the long term success of the conveyor.