Horizontal conveying

Even a conveying task which seems quite simple can require a whole host of belt properties. Forbo Movement Systems has the best belt type for various goods, conveying speeds, reversing systems, stop & go and accumulation conveying, and other operating conditions. Some examples of the diverse features of Siegling Transilon include:

  • troughable to particularly laterally stiff types
  • exceptionally low-noise to flame-retardant
  • pyrolysis-resistant to suitability for conveying unpackaged food
  • non-antistatic to highly conductive and ATEX-approved
  • surfaces suitable for accumulation conveying and especially good grip.
Horizontal Conveying

Horizontal conveying

Horizontal conveying with troughable belts. The tension member construction provides the flexibility in the desired direction.

Horizontal conveying

Collecting belt in check-in area of an airport. The flatness of the belt type here ensures that the goods can be discharged to the side smoothly, even on wide belts. Flame-retardance is a “must” in modern airports.

Horizontal conveying

Belts for telescopic conveyors – here being used to unload lorries – must be designed to run with counter bending and at the same time, to withstand high punctual loads.