Since the nineteenth-century belt conveyors have been used as an effective method for transporting bulk materials, and are now one of the most widely used and efficient means of transporting compactable and granular solids. Water and wastewater treatment facilities have made good use of this type of conveyor for transporting dewatered biosolids, sludge, screenings or grit. Today, there are several equipment suppliers that are offering belt conveyor systems. A handful stand out of the crowd as the top belt conveyor manufacturers.
Top Belt Conveyor Manufacturers: Jim Myers & Sons, Inc. (JMS)
JMS Bio-BELT (Belt Conveyor Systems) are designed by engineers who specialize in equipment and systems for the water and wastewater industries. Their knowledge allows them to provide custom solutions that can save both dollars and man-hours. JMS Bio-BELT conveyors are manufactured to accepted CEMA standards, taking advantage of JMS half century of design and manufacturing experience. In addition to the typical 18 to 48 inch widths used in wastewater applications, JMS can design and manufacture custom conveyor configurations or full systems to convey, store, load and unload material.
Top Belt Conveyor Manufacturers: Custom Conveyor Corporation
Custom Conveyor Corp belt conveyors feature heavy duty construction and utilize US Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) design for industry compatibility. We employ the highest quality components and fabrication methods to provide the client with a high-quality product at an economical price.
Top Belt Conveyor Manufacturers: KWS
Belt conveyors are one of the most widely used bulk material handling conveyors in the world. Their economic design makes them ideal for conveying short and long distances. In today’s modern water and wastewater treatment plant a belt conveyor can be used in a variety of applications including conveying grit, screenings and dewatered or dried biosolids. Both troughing idlers and flex wall belt conveyors are used in these applications. Utilizing standard CEMA components a belt conveyor can be custom configured to meet the demanding needs of today’s complex treatment plants.