Aggregate conveyor systems offer numerous benefits versus truck transport. For starters, they are not reliant on fuel costs that can fluctuate drastically. Additionally, aggregate conveyors are flexible and able to transport materials to destinations trucks can't access.
Our radial stackers allow material to be stored in an arc to increase storage capacity and reduce material handling time. The handling capacity can reach up to 4,000 tons per hour using different belt widths in a variety of lengths. This type of aggregate conveyor system is consist of radial stacker and grasshopper conveyor (or fixed conveyors).
Overland conveyors can move material over sizeable distances and varying terrains while conveying as much as 500 TPH to 10000 TPH. These conveyors provide an economical alternative to trucking options through their reduced labor requirements. Overland conveyors also support compliance with environmental regulations by eliminating emissions and minimizing dust, noise, and site traffic.
The most significant advantage of transfer conveyors is the ability to manage a wide capacity range of different bulk materials—versatility is truly the name of the game with conveyor transfer systems. These systems solve tricky changes in elevation, turns in the system's path, or transition between other conveyor types. Transfer conveyors are useful for rounded aggregate materials that lack a flat bottom.
Used for loading or unloading, railcar unloading conveyors are typically compact, which generally requires a smaller belt to move material. Additionally, many railcar conveyors are telescopic. This type of aggregate conveyor system is more an more widely used in modern times instead of traditional loader.
Barge loading conveyors incorporate the same features as railcar conveyors, but typically feature larger belts to support transport of higher volumes of aggregate material. Our aggregate conveyor systems are the ideal method for your port or terminal projects.