Heavy-duty conveyors

The 400 Series conveyors combine a low profile of 3 inches with load carrying capacities to 1,000 lb., and speeds of up to 2,000 fpm to satisfy material handling requirements. These conveyors are ideal for transporting heavy loads in tight quarters. Belt widths of up to 60 inches are available, in lengths to 100 feet.

01/01/1970


The 400 Series conveyors combine a low profile of 3 inches with load carrying capacities to 1,000 lb., and speeds of up to 2,000 fpm to satisfy material handling requirements. These conveyors are ideal for transporting heavy loads in tight quarters. Belt widths of up to 60 inches are available, in lengths to 100 feet. Center-drive or end-drive versions are available to suit particular application requirements. Drive bearings are self-aligning and equipped with seals and grease fittings for lubrication while conveyor runs. Magnetic, washdown and corrosion resistant conveyors are also available.

QC Industries LLC

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