Used Incline Conveyor

Used incline conveyors move product between various floors of a warehouse. Controlling transportation of products from floor level to a mezzanine, platform, or building to building, saves valuable floor space by transporting products to an overhead location without the use of a forklift.

A used incline conveyor from ASI is ideal for manufacturing plants, distribution centers, packaging lines, metal stamping, and any area that requires an elevation change.

Used Floor to Floor Incline Conveyor
Used Floor to Floor Incline Conveyor
  • Inclines to elevated floors
  • Power feed at bottom
  • Nose over at the top
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Used Incline Conveyor
Used Incline Conveyor
  • Belt Over Roller or Slider bed
  • Center drives for reverse
  • Inexpensive transport solution
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Used incline conveyor manufacturers include Buschman, Mathews, Rapistan and Speedway. American Surplus stocks these brands along with Hytrol, Ermanco, ACSI and Interlake. Design and installation of used incline conveyor, is available nationwide.

Some people call incline conveyors: incline conveyor with hopper, stairway conveyor, used belt conveyor equipment, and incline conveyor belt.

Used incline conveyors convey products and materials between floors, mezzanines, work platforms, docks, or overhead conveyor lines. There are many factors to consider when picking the right incline conveyor, and many options to choose from to meet your specific material handling needs.

Some of the common styles of incline conveyor belts include cleated, plastic, wire and synthetic. The material chosen for the belt typically depends on the material being transported, and the angle of incline or decline. In general, cleated incline belts are also recommended for any application where the product is being transported at an angle steeper than 30 degrees.

Note: If packaging is bulky, or top heavy, it is not recommended to set the angle close to 30 degrees. We can help you determine the appropriate weight and size capabilities of your used incline conveyor. The type of material being transported also determines the maximum incline that can be used. For example, plastic bins and totes slip the easiest, cardboard boxes grip a little bit better, and rubber products tend to grip the conveyor the best.

Used incline conveyors may come with adjustable speed controls. The variable speed option should be chosen in situations where product needs to be slowed down or stopped so it can be weighed, packaged, handled manually, etc.

Why buy used incline belt conveyor? Conveyor can be pretty expensive when designing an entire system, or even just purchasing a few sections. Used incline belt conveyor from ASI is around half the cost of new, and has been cleaned, tested, and inspected to ensure quality. We understand that you may be skeptical when considering buying used, but we can ensure you that if you work with ASI you will be satisfied with your purchase. Saving you money is our main goal, and has led American Surplus to success for over 20 years.