Small belt conveyors for narrow spaces
Limited space? Then the MTF Small Belt Conveyors of Type I-Tech are the ideal solution. Due to the low overall height of only 30 mm and the optimal ratio between outside width and usable width the small conveyors can be integrated into the narrowest machine or tool shafts.
Straight Small Belt Conveyors
The low construction height and the perfect proportions of outer width and effective width make these belt conveyors essential devices where only limited space is available..
That is why the "I" in the type description stands for "Integration" in machine shafts, production processes, automation equipment etc.
The large choice of belt materials, drive units and base frames make them universally deployable. Their scope of application stretches from discharging transport belts from punching machines to transport belts in pharmacy automation facilities or dust-free rooms.
Small Belt Conveyors with Negative Angle
MTF Small Belt Conveyors are a perfect solution where transported goods must be discharged from very low machine shafts and then transported upwards.
They are often used for packaging machines or e.g. plastic injection moulding machines or blow forming machines where they serve as discharge conveyors.
The conveying angle is fixed (30°, 45° or 60°). The maximum belt width is 500mm.
Depending on the particular task, numerous different belts, drive units and base frame types are available.
Small Belt Conveyors with Positive Angle
Positively angled small belt conveyors are e.g. used as feeder belt for assembly processes or are used where a horizontal delivery of the parts to a subsequent process is necessary.
Fixed conveying angles of 30°, 45° and 60° are available for various parts.
Z-Shaped Small Belt Conveyors
Z-shaped small conveyors have fixed belt bends with 30 °, 45° or 60°. They can be equipped with numerous different belt qualities, drive units, base frame types and additional fittings.
They are used for transport of small parts where large differences in height must be overcome but feeding and discharging area must be horizontal.