Belt conveyors, Mechanical Engineering

Figure aside shows a belt conveyors which consists of endless belt. It has a power driven pulley at one end which moves the belt or downward flow of materials. Generally, the belt is made from rubber canvass fabric leather perforated sheets or woven wires. The fixed or portable belt conveyors are used according to the requirements of the production processes.

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