Recycling plants use several different types of conveyor belts. Here are a few of the most common examples that may benefit your plant.
Incline conveyors move objects up or down a level within warehouses and other industrial complexes. Recycling plants will commonly use them to carry recyclable materials between levels throughout the entire recycling process.
Recycling plants use horizontal conveyors to carry objects across a flat plane. Unlike incline conveyors, which can move objects from one level to another, these plants will use horizontal conveyors to transport goods from one end of the floor to the other.
In your recycling plant, you can use these belts to carry plastics, glass, and other recyclable materials to their designated places. Recycling plants can also use them in the process of sorting out the different types of recyclable materials from each other.
Cleated Conveyor Belts
Another type of conveyor belt used in recycling plants is the cleated conveyor belt. Cleated conveyor belts contain cleats—usually two- or three-inch tall protuberances that sit perpendicular to the belt—across their surface. These cleats help grip the loose bottles, bags, and other miscellaneous items that come through the plant, making it possible to move them up an inclined surface without it all tumbling down the conveyor.
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