Belt-driven conveyor roller 1200 series
slip-onzinc-plated steelaluminum

belt-driven conveyor roller
belt-driven conveyor roller
belt-driven conveyor roller
belt-driven conveyor roller
belt-driven conveyor roller
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Drive mechanism
slip-on, belt-driven
aluminum, stainless steel, zinc-plated steel
Other characteristics
for heavy loads, durability, with steel ball bearing

Max.: 80 mm (3 in)

Min.: 30 mm (1 in)


Max.: 1,600 mm (63 in)

Min.: 100 mm (3.9 in)

Max. load capacity

Max.: 1,200 N

Min.: 72 N


The roller series 1200 has been designed for use under extreme ambient temperatures from deep freeze to high temperatures. Suitable for driven unit load handling, for example for transporting cardboard boxes, trays, drums or tyres; or for the use within gravity or push conveyors. For medium-duty materials For use in deep-freeze areas • Low wear • High durability • Easy side loading thanks to rounded off tube ends • Robust design can handle large bearing distortions Application area Driven unit handling conveying, such as transport of cardboards, containers, barrels or tires. Suitable for implementing gravity or push conveyors. The roller is designed for use in a very broad temperature range from −28 to +80 °C. The version with steel bearing housing is designed for use in freezer applications or applications with very high ambient temperature. High reliability The solid steel roller distinguishes itself with distinct longevity and high resilience, thanks to pressed and zinc-plated bearing shells with hardened running grooves. Lateral loading The tube ends are rounded, thereby allowing materials to be easily moved on from the side. Axial forces are removed through ball bearings and seals. Particularly robust The shape of the ball bearings used is optimized for use in conveyor rollers so that large bearing deflections are possible.


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