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The Common Typical Drawings of Belt Conveyor Arrangements

Utilizing the characteristics of flexibility, strength and economy of purpose the belt conveyor is the practical solution to conveying bulk and other materials.

The following drawings show typical belt conveyor arrangements.

Fig.1 Conveyor with horizontal belt.

Fig.2 Conveyor with horizontal belt with incline section, where the space permits a vertical curve and where the load requires the use of a single belt.

Fig.3 Conveyor with incline conveyor belt and following horizontal section, when the load requires the use of a single belt and where space permits a vertical curve.

Fig.4 Conveyor with horizontal and incline section where space does not allow a vertical curve and the load needs two belts to be employed. 

Fig.5  Conveyor belt with incline and horizontal where two belts are needed.

Fig.6 Conveyor with horizontal and incline section where the space does not allow the vertical curve but the load may need the use of a single belt.

Fig.7 Conveyor with a single belt comprising a horizontal section, an incline section and a decline section with vertical curves.

Fig.8. Conveyor with belt loaded in decline or incline.

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