Belt Conveyors are ideal for conveying materials with large and varying particle size and are capable of handling a wide range of bulk materials from very fine to large lump sizes. Belt conveyors can be configured to fit almost any application. A belt conveyor can convey material horizontally, on an incline or a combination of both. They  require less horsepower to operate than other types of conveyors. Bulk materials are carried on top of the belt and remain static, therefore requiring much less energy to move.


• Abrasion Resistant Belting – To Reduce Wear and Increase Life

• Heavy-Duty Structural Frames and Supports – To Provide System Rigidity

• High Torque Drive Units – To Power Through Upset Conditions

• Dust-Tight Construction – To Eliminate Dust Emissions


Screw conveyors transport bulk materials while utilizing a screw to transport the material and are control fed in one or numerous inlet areas. Screw Conveyors are ideal for conveying both free-flowing and sticky materials of similar particle size.



• Heavy-Duty Construction – To Increase Life and Reduce Downtime

• Totally Enclosed Design – To Eliminate Dust or Vapour Emissions

• Modular Construction – To Reduce Total Cost of Ownership

• High Torque Drive Units – To Power Through Upset Conditions


Redler Chain Conveyors are designed for transporting all types of materials: RDF, cereals, seeds, flour, pomace, and all types of powders. They have a very reliable long-lasting system. They also function very silently and with minimum maintenance. They are characterized by their simple construction, ease of use and many possibilities of applications.



• Rectangular section body

• Activated by the head

• Tensioning mechanism on the foot        

• Less power when functioning

• Chain with cleaning scrapers        

• Made of galvanized, stainless or anti-wear steel 

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