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  Design and Development of Telescopic Conveyor

    This telescopic belt conveyor is an effective and
ergonomic alternative to labour-intensive routines.
Operators can move heavy or awkward packages into or out
of a container/truck rapidly with little effort. Extending
some 20 meters/65 ft., telescopic belt conveyors can be used
to load/unload any type of loose-loaded cargo - typically
parcels, boxes, sacks & tyres. An intuitive smart-pad on
either side enables precise control of the boom's elevation
and telescopic movement. Push buttons at the operator end
of the boom control activation, lights, belt direction etc.

    A telescopic belt conveyor is an effective and
ergonomic alternative to labour-intensive routines.
Operators can move heavy or awkward packages into or out
of a container/truck rapidly with little effort. Extending
some 20 meters/65 ft., telescopic belt conveyors can be used
to load/unload any type of loose-loaded cargo - typically parcels, boxes, sacks & tyres. An intuitive smart-pad on
either side enables precise control of the boom's elevation
and telescopic movement. Push buttons at the operator end
of the boom control activation, lights, belt direction etc.
Exceptionally small base sections combined with up to five
extending sections enables us to provide custom telescopic
conveyors to suit your requirements.

    Wheel Sorter

    Wheel Sorter is used for belt conveyor system or roller conveyor system. The characteristics of this design is to track conveyed goods accurately and stably as well as set sorting positions at any position along both sides of conveyor lines conveniently to satisfy customers with different sorting requirements. Achieve maximum sorting rate at the same time its best economical efficiency.


    Durable: Our O-Belt is made in a whole piece, without any gaps to ensure a longer service life!

    §High Sorting Rate: Designed for high speed and bidirectional for sorting operation on both sides at the same time. Maximum Sorting Rate can be 7200 pieces/hour.

    §Low Noise: Use new material and noise elimination technology which can be friendly for Environment, noise can be less than 75dB.

    §Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection: Light weight material and low energy consumption structure as well as low power and source power (conveyor) drive to achieve successful operation.

    §Flexible and Stable Sorting Operation: Online double-row swivel wheel technology prevents conveyed goods from vibration and damage. Stably and flexibly sort goods from light duty to maximum 50kg heavy duty range.

    §Easy Layout and Maintenance: Use unit modular design and embedding combination structure, easy for sorting positions be placed at any position along both sides of conveyor line. Product is more reasonable, simple, conveniently used and maintained.

    DWS Systems makes its international show debut at IFAT

    DWS System, the joint venture between Siltbuster, the water treatment specialist and the German recycling equipment giant, Doppstadt, , will be exhibiting at IFAT 2016 in Munich. This will be the first time DWS Systems has taken part in an international show, since the company was formed in 2015.

    Located in hall B1.404, DWS Systems will be exhibiting the latest Gritbuster WT-250 road sweepings recycling system. The WT-250 is uniquely engineered to handle road sweepings, gully waste and trommel fines on a commercial scale, handling up to 25 tonnes per hour. It cleverly uses water to further separate out recyclable materials - washed gravel and sand products - making it easier for materials recycling facilities to separate out on a large scale the constituent elements of the waste they handle. This boosts the level of material reuse and minimises waste going to landfill. Thanks to this level of innovation, the WT-250 is in the running for a prestigious MRW National Recycling Award.

    DWS Systems will also be showing its range of water treatment technologies including the HB40R lamella clarifier. This is specifically designed for the removal of suspended solids and other matter from process waters, so that the water can be reused. As a result, those using DWS Systems’ water treatment kit can operate a closed loop process; they don’t have to rely on large settlement lagoons to naturally treat their waste water. The net result is compact solutions which can be rapidly deployed on small sites to reprocess a range of waste materials to a higher standard than can be achieved by the current dry processing techniques.

    Commenting on the company’s presence at the exhibition, Dr Richard Coulton, founder of Siltbuster and CEO of DWS Systems UK said: “As just these two products show, we have some powerful solutions for the world’s recycling industry. The collaboration between our two businesses means we can roll them out to an international audience much faster, which is important as the recycling sector faces some real challenges which our systems address. Our presence at IFAT is an important first step in that process. It’s a great opportunity to showcase both the new business and most importantly, the technologies we offer.”

    Chapter One - What is a Conveyor Belt?

    A conveyor belt is a material handling system designed to move supplies, materials, and components using an efficient and effortless process that saves on time, energy, and cost. The design of conveyor belts includes two motorized pulleys with the conveyor material looped over them. The pulleys operate at the same speed and move in the same direction to activate the motion of the conveyor belt.

    There is an endless number of types and uses for conveyor belts. All of the varieties serve the purpose of transporting materials and goods along a continuously moving path. Though motorized conveyor belts are the traditional form of a conveying system, there are systems that use rollers without a motor to move materials.

    Chapter Two - Types of Conveyor Belts

    The range and uses of conveyor belts cover several industrial settings and applications. The efficiency of conveyor belt systems assists in improving productivity, saves on labor costs, and decreases lead times. Conveyor belts move large quantities of goods quickly and reliably for transport, further assembly, or storage.

    The principal reasons so many conveyor systems are in use are the savings in labor costs, efficient movement of goods, and their ability to keep products and materials from damage. They provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost.

    Types of Conveyor Belts

    Roller Bed Conveyor Belt

    The surface of a roller bed conveyor belt is a set of rollers that match the weight and speed required by the product. The length of the roller bed conveyor belt determines the number of rollers to be used.

    A roller bed conveyor belt is designed for applications where materials are loaded by gravity. They are an ideal solution for conditions where materials have to be moved over long distances since they are designed to reduce friction.

    Flat Belt Conveyor Belt

    A flat belt conveyor belt uses a series of pulleys to move materials and supplies. Its belt is made of natural or synthetic materials; this makes it versatile and adaptable to varying conditions and applications. In some instances, a flat belt conveyor belt may have a center drive and nose bars.

    Modular Conveyor Belt

    A modular belt conveyor consists of interlocked pieces made of hard plastic with segments that can be easily removed and replaced. The design of modular belt conveyors makes it easier to clean, and the material is resistant to sharp and abrasive substances. Modular belt conveyors come in varying configurations and use a single belt to go around corners, in a straight line, up inclines, and down declines.

    Cleated Conveyor Belt

    Cleated belt conveyors have sections, pockets, or dividers that secure granular products when the belt declines or inclines. The cleats have equal spacing between them and come in various styles and shapes depending on the product to be moved and the design of the belt.

    Inverted Capital T

    An inverted T cleat stands perpendicular to the belt and provides support for delicate and fragile materials.

    Forward Leaning Capital L

    A leaning capital L has a wide base that can be curved to scoop up granular materials. The design of the capital L makes it less resistant to leverage forces.

    Inverted V

    Inverted V cleats are two inches or less to create a trough like effect and are used for heavy, abrasive, and larger pieces of bulk materials.

    Lugs and Pegs

    Lugs and pegs are designed to meet the specific needs of a product and are a cost effective solution for products that do not require continuous support, such as cartons. They can be selectively placed to move products of varying sizes.

    Sidewall

    The purpose of sidewalls on a conveyor belt is to keep the material being moved on the belt. Sidewall conveyor belts are ideal for incline and decline belts and help increase product load capacity to improve conveyor system efficiency. There are a wide variety of sidewall materials, and they can be corrugated at various depths to fit the needs of the product and application.

    Curved Conveyor Belt

    The curves in conveyor belts are used to carry products around corners, make transfers, and make efficient use of floor space. Curved conveyor belts can make “U” turns to face the direction from which they came. They are made with flat belts and can make turns at 45o, 90o, 135o, and 180o angles.

    Incline Conveyor Belt

    Incline conveyor belts have a rough, uneven surface to hold materials and prevent them from slipping or falling back. The underside of the belt is smooth to allow the belt to glide smoothly along the bed. Modular belt and timing belt conveyors can be used for this purpose. Depending on the material to be moved, cleats may be included for increased slippage prevention.

    Decline Conveyor Belt

    The purpose of a decline conveyor belt is to move products or materials down or change its height. As with the incline version of conveyor belts, a decline conveyor belt has a rough surface or cleats to prevent materials from slipping or falling.

    Decline conveyor belts are a continuous operating conveyor system with an articulated frame with a section that is pivoted or placed downward to accommodate downward movement of products from an upper location.

    An advancement in conveyor belt technology is the electroadhesion conveyor belt, which acts like a magnet that is activated by a switch to create a strong and secure holding force between the container and the belt. Two low amp power strips placed in the conveyor belt powers its holding force. Materials with an electrically conductive pattern are knitted into the belt to produce the force that holds materials in place.

    Filter Conveyor Belt

    Unlike conventional conveyor belts, filter conveyor belts allow materials to pass through in order to drain excess liquid from components or filter out toxins and contaminants. Filter conveyor belts are constructed with lateral grooves and holes in the center of the belt to allow liquids and fluids to escape. Drainage holes are placed in a fabric free zone down the center of the belt or sealed to prevent the liquid from soaking into the belt fabric.

    Much like a sidewall conveyor belt, filter conveyor belts can have sidewalls to prevent liquids and fluids from spilling over the sides of the belt. They are made of heated polyester, polypropylene, polyolefin, or stainless steel mesh for dewatering applications.

    Vacuum filter belts are used for washing coal and other ores to assist in the separation of fluids and solids.

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