Tuffman® 42′ Heavy Duty Incline and Feed Conveyor with Metering Wheel and Crossbelt Magnet

Listing Number: FC42HDMW
Item Condition: New
Price: $81,800.00

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Tuffman® 42′ Heavy Duty Incline and Feed Conveyor with Metering Wheel and Crossbelt Magnet

New Tuffman® 42′ Heavy Duty Incline and Feed Conveyor with Metering Wheel and Crossbelt Magnet – 48″ of overall belt width and 44″ of usable belt width. Powered by a 5 hp, 3-phase electric motor.

  • 20″ x 50″ lagged head pulley
  • 14″ x 50″ self-cleaning tail pulley to assist with keeping loose materials from accumulating under the conveyor belt
  • Durable conveyor belt comes standard as 2-ply 220 – 1/8″ x 1/16″ chevron v cleated belt to ensure material conveyance at steep angles without load slips or fall back
  • 120:1 inline helical gear reducer
  • Operators easily control the conveyor feed with the included start/stop controls and variable speed drive
  • 8″ sides at crossbelt magnet
  • 10 cu. yd. hopper for plenty of loading capacity

New Drum Pulley Style Metering Wheel

  • 24″ diameter x 48″ wide counter flow metering wheel
  • Powered by a 5 hp, 3-phase electric motor
  • 120:1 inline helical gear reducer

New Tuffman® 60″ Crossbelt Magnet

  • Powered by a 3/4 hp, 230/460 V, 3-phase electric motor
  • Belt is made of heavy duty cleated rubber
  • Maximum belt speed is 155 fpm
  • 95″ long x 18″ wide belt surface
  • 56″ long x 16″ wide magnet
 
     
     
     
  Materials that can be processed: Wood, steel, cardboard, plastic, aluminum, glass, paper, municipal solid waste, and hundreds more  
     
  Process: Place feed conveyor at the beginning of a conveyor system or other equipment. Load the feed conveyor with material and adjust the speed to control the rate and amount of material fed into the process. Use incline conveyors to change elevation of the material during conveyance. This conveyor simultaneously functions as a feed conveyor, incline conveyor, and metering conveyor because of its variable speed control and hopper. Remove ferrous metals from the material before traveling upstream with the included crossbelt magnet.  
     
  Industrial use: Virtually all industries use conveyors to move materials from one area to another or from one elevation to another. Material recovery facilities (MRF) frequently use a conveyor as part of a sorting system to separate and prepare recyclable materials for end-user manufacturers. The use of a conveyor reduces manual labor as well as the possibility of workplace injuries.