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Belt conveyor KFG-P 2000 ECO
bulk productsfor boxesfor small parts

belt conveyor
belt conveyor
belt conveyor
belt conveyor
belt conveyor
belt conveyor
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Characteristics

Technology
belt
Transported product
bulk products, for boxes, for small parts
Shape
inclined
Other characteristics
mobile, compact
Maximum load

40 kg (88.185 lb)

Speed

2,800 mm/min, 5,400 mm/min, 10,900 mm/min, 14,900 mm/min (1.84 in/s)

Description

Incline belt conveyor in standard variants for mobile use and for vertical transport of small product. - Mobile - Flexible - Compact Features of the KFG-P 2000 ECO - Vertical transport for connecting different heights - Movable transport unit for mobile use - Ideal for integration into existing systems - Fast delivery times for high availability - High material quality at an affordable price - Can be configured quickly and easily - Compliant with the applicable Machinery Directive and occupational safety regulations – additional protective device guard not required - Belts can be replaced with little work - Optional cycling operation and control with a frequency inverter - Optional motor overload switch Product Description The KGF-P 2000 ECO is a variant of the KGF-P 2000. ECO stands for economical, meaning an optimised cost/benefit ratio, which is reflected in the conveyor’s affordable price. Limiting the conveyor to 18 variants ensures fast delivery and high availability. The KFG-P 2000 conveyor system is used to transport all types of small product vertically, and its compact conveyor frame makes it suitable for demanding continuous duty in multi-shift operation. The incline conveyor’s technology is based on that of the GUF-P 2000, which has been manufactured by the thousands and is therefore well tested and reliable.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.