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Used Power Belt Conveyor

Power belt conveyor systems, including styles such as slider bed, cleated belt, and belt over roller, enhance automated distribution in warehouses. These powered conveyor systems can carry a wide assortment of bulk materials and are the most useful and simplest material handling conveyor systems. Design belt conveyors to handle the capacities needed for your specific operational needs. By using special customizations to help transport materials to the appropriate place within each unique facility. A power belt conveyor can convey items horizontally, on an incline or a combination of both. Its versatility and cost-effective attributes make it the most used conveyor. These powered conveyor systems are known to be used in a variety of industries as they will move large volumes of product agilely through any warehouse.

Used Slider Bed Conveyor
  • Belt Rides On Top of Conveyor
  • Belted Conveyor
  • Prevents Premature Belt Damage
  • Reduce Roller Failure
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Used Belt Over Roller Conveyors
  • Belt Rides On Rollers of Conveyor
  • General Transport or Inclines
  • Heavy Duty Conveyor System
  • Transportation, Sortation & Accumulation
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Used Power Belt Conveyor Curve
  • Easily Transport Materials
  • Long-Lasting Durability
  • Low Maintenance
  • Interacts w/ Other Components
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Used Cleated Belt Conveyor
  • Convey Bulk Materials
  • In Steel, Plastic, or Rubber
  • Conveyor w/ Side Guards
  • Long-Lasting Durability
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Used Incline Conveyor
  • Rough Belt for Traction
  • Inclines & Declines
  • Floor to Floor Conveyor
  • Long-Lasting Durability
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Used Spiral Belt Conveyor
  • Easy to Install
  • Maximize Floor Space
  • High Throughput
  • Durable & Reliable
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Used Trash Conveyors
  • Handle Boxes and Paper
  • Rails to Prevent Falling
  • Trash Conveyor Systems
  • Increase Facility Safety
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Used Truck Loaders
  • Maxxreach Conveyor
  • Stewart Galpat Conveyor
  • Routeloader Conveyor
  • Increase Efficiency
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Some of the used belt conveyor we supply are from top conveyor manufactures. Used belt conveyors are always inspected before shipping. ASI also provides a free 30 day guarantee on all parts. ASI's used conveyors are 50% off retail conveyor prices and quantity discounts are always available.

There are many benefits to using power belt conveyors as they ultimately help to increase efficiency and productivity throughout a facility.

  • It’s considered to be one of the most cost-effective ways to transport large amounts of material over long distances in a warehouse. 
  • The ability to transport material to different floors at unique heights. 
  • Power belt conveyors can transport essentially anything. This makes it attractive for many different industries. 
  • Materials can be added onto the belt for transport throughout the warehouse at any point. 
  • Power belt conveyor systems can be customized by adding separators, cleats, or sidewalls. 

Some of the used conveyor manufacturers we supply are: Rapistan, Matthews, Automotion, Alvey, Bestflex, Hytrol, Omni, TWG, Roach, Metzgar, Bushman, Portec, and Ermanco Conveyor. Power belt conveyors may also be referred to as: incline conveyors, belt conveyor, conveyor belt, dirt conveyor, conveyor systems, scrap conveyor, slider bed conveyor, rough top belt, and belt under roller conveyor.

Belt conveyor is power conveyor with either a belt on top of rollers or a slider bed and is used to transport product from one point to another. The conveyor contains drive sections to provide power to the rollers and slave sections that are powered by the drive sections. Used belt conveyors are offered by ASI in a variety of styles including accumulation conveyor, belt over roller conveyor, belt under roller conveyor, cleated belt conveyor, and trash conveyor.

Belt on roller conveyor, also known as belt-over-roller conveyor, is one of the most common types of power conveyor. As the name implies, the belt lays on top of rollers or a slider bed, and it can transport medium to heavy weight loads. This style of belt conveyor is ideal for both inclines and declines to transport product between floors because of the added grip of a belt as opposed to rollers. Belt-on-roller conveyor is very popular and can be integrated into any used belt conveyor system.

Used belt driven live roller conveyors, or belt under roller conveyor, is ideal for products that do not require a flat surface to be transported, like large boxes, bins, and totes. The product sits on load rollers which are powered by a belt located underneath. Belt driven live roller conveyors also contain return rollers to keep the belt in place and maintain belt tension. This style of belt conveyor has limited functionality regarding inclines and declines, as well as packages of varying shapes and sizes. Advantages include a smaller motor and less energy consumption.

Belted trash conveyor is a type of sliderbed conveyor with guard rails attached to the sides to prevent items from falling off the conveyor. They are typically used to transport debris, boxes, paper, and other lightweight trash to an incinerator, compactor, or disposal area. Return rollers keep the belt in place and maintain tension on it. There are very few moving parts in a trash conveyor, making it very quiet and cost effective. They can also handle inclines and declines.

 Cleated belt conveyor helps control product on an incline or decline by adding cleats to the conveyor line against which the product can rest. Cleats come in a variety of styles and spacing, and can be made from metal, rubber, or plastic. The type of cleat you decide on depends on what kind of product you are moving and at what elevation change.

Used Power Belt Conveyor Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How often do conveyor belts need to be replaced?
A: Usually a conveyor belt needs to be replaced every 3-years.

Q: Do conveyor belts need electricity?
A: A belt conveyor needs electricity to operate unlike gravity and other non-electrical conveyors.

Q: What are the different types of belt conveyor?
A: There are three different kinds of conveyor belts: the basic belt, snake sandwich belt, and long belt.

Why buy used belt conveyor? It is okay to be concerned about buying used product. Most people are concerned about what kind of condition the product is in, which is why used belt conveyor from ASI has been thoroughly inspected to ensure proper working order. We even provide a 30 day guarantee on all our used conveyors, so you can be assured of problem-free performance. Feel free to search the internet for another company that will let you return your used conveyor within 30 days (if something is not working properly); we bet you will not find another. We will send replacement used parts at no cost if it is found that the mistake was on our behalf. In addition, all used belt conveyor equipment is tested, inspected, and cleaned before packaging to ensure quality.

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