chain conveyor / apron / belt-driven / chain drive

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  • Technology:

    chain, apron

  • Other characteristics:

    belt-driven, chain drive, high-temperature, horizontal, for hot materials

  • Speed:

    0.3 m/s, 0.6 m/s (0.98 ft/s)


High temperatures, complex configurations, overcoming extreme heights - thanks to a comprehensive product range, BEUMER apron conveyors are ideally matched to the special demands involved in the transportation of hot materials.

The tried-and-tested mechanical components of apron conveyor technology are the basis for extreme reliability and problem-free operation. The use of highquality construction materials in combination with technologies developed down to the last detail and manufacturing precision ensure a long service life and guarantee significant economic benefits.

Hot material that leaves the kiln cooling system with a temperature of up to 600 °C sets high standards on the conveying technology. The BEUMER apron conveyors with cell widths from 500 to 2,000 mm, centre distances of up to 250 m, and conveying capacities of up to 1,255 m3/h offer the optimum system solution.

Our products for the transport of hot materials

Apron conveyors:
The apron conveyor is a cost-effective solution for the horizontal transport with inclinations of up to 28°. Extremely economical and preferred in practice for inclinations of up to 45°.

Belt apron conveyors:
Belt apron conveyors are an advancement of hot material conveyors; they are equipped with a steel wire belt instead of double sprocket chains as traction element. They are extremely efficient in handling high flow rates in connection with long centre distances and large conveying heights.

Hinged apron conveyors:
Thanks to its heavy-duty design, the hinged apron conveyor is suitable for the horizontal transport with slight inclinations. Additional carriers enable inclinations of up to 35°.