Hammered belt conveyor for transporting parts and chips falling from a PIOVAN 125 Ton press

AL Industrie designs, manufactures and installs all conveying solutions. Hammered belt conveyor designed and manufactured by AL Industrie for the purpose of transporting chips and steel parts falling from a PIOVAN 125 Ton press.

Überholung und Modernisierung einer Presse Piovan 125T
Injection press PIOVAN 125 Tons

Following the request of our client, AL Industrie has designed a hammered belt conveyor to release a PIOVAN press 125 tons of its parts and chips. Indeed, in order to optimize the output of its production line, it was necessary to design a conveyor capable of raising 100 kg of steel per hour. Equipped with a belt hammered with a pitch of 63 mm, our conveyor receives the steel via a hopper arranged throughout its layout. In this way the parts are guided towards the elevation and are dumped into a bucket at the back of the press. In his profession, our client must be more and more productive in order to always remain competitive with competing industrial groups. This investment will have enabled him to increase his productivity and to continue to improve the performance of his 125 ton PIOVAN injection molding machine.


Always with the aim of improving the efficiency of your production lines, AL Industrie offers all types of solutions to increase the productivity of your machines.

Receiving hopper


Supports for moving and securing the conveyor to the ground


Hammered belt with 63 mm pitch


Motorization / Rotation detector


Design by our design office


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