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Horizontal conveying

Even a conveying task which seems quite simple can require a whole host of belt properties. Forbo Movement Systems has the best belt type for various goods, conveying speeds, reversing systems, stop & go and accumulation conveying, and other operating conditions. Some examples of the diverse features of Siegling Transilon include:

  • troughable to particularly laterally stiff types
  • exceptionally low-noise to flame-retardant
  • pyrolysis-resistant to suitability for conveying unpackaged food
  • non-antistatic to highly conductive and ATEX-approved
  • surfaces suitable for accumulation conveying and especially good grip.

Horizontal Conveying

Horizontal conveying with troughable belts. The tension member construction provides the flexibility in the desired direction.

Horizontal Conveying 2

Collecting belt in check-in area of an airport. The flatness of the belt type here ensures that the goods can be discharged to the side smoothly, even on wide belts. Flame-retardance is a “must” in modern airports.

Horizontal Conveying 3

Belts for telescopic conveyors – here being used to unload lorries – must be designed to run with counter bending and at the same time, to withstand high punctual loads.

Horizontal conveying

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