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Belt & Apron Feeders


Heavy Duty Belt Feeders

Suitable for the most demanding of applications.

Belt Feeder Features

• Belt Feeders by Delta Engineering utilise a heavy duty construction for use in rugged applications

• Belt Feeders to suit all material applications and feeding volumes

• Belt Feeders can be fitted with an electromechanical or hydraulic drive

• Belt Feeders can come all inclusive with a loading chute, skirting and inlet hopper

• Belt Feeder pulleys designed for high torque applications, utilising a heavy duty construction

• Belt Feeder guarding can be supplied optional

• Belt Feeders fitted with a primary scraper and plow

• Mobile Belt Feeder mounted on crawlers is an option

• Chevron belt can be supplied optional on all of our Belt Feeders

• Twin drives can be supplied optional on all of our Belt Feeders

• Hopper/skirting liners to be specifically chosen for the feed material

Belt Feeder Advantages

• Belt Feeders from Delta Engineering have a heavy duty construction for rugged applications

• All Belt Feeders from Delta Engineering are simple to locate and install

• Any Belt Feeding requirement by customer can be accomodated

• Superb after sales service for all our Belt Feeders' customers

• Optional Automation can greatly improve and optimise process efficiency

Heavy Duty Apron Feeders

Robust and Heavy Duty Design for minimal downtime and years of service life.

Delta offer a complete range of heavy duty Apron Feeders designed for the most intense conditions.

Delta's Apron Feeders can be designed and manufactured to suit specific requirements and include features such as sealed tractor chain and support rollers, SD/TH spherical roller bearing housings and impact rails where applicable.

Apron Feeders are custom designed for each application. They can be either hydraulically driven via a hydraulic motor, torque arm, and power pack or alternatively by a motor driven planetary gearbox.

Delta Apron Feeders are built in various sizes and with a wide variety of components, to handle different types of materials. The cost can vary depending on our client’s requirements. Factors such as the characteristics of material carried, capacity, length, method of feeder loading, degree of lift, hopper opening, pan construction and type of drive are considered.

• The Apron Feeder drive sprocket is designed with an odd number of teeth and half tooth type to ensure contact occurs on every second revolution. In this way the design life of the sprockets is increased.

• Support rollers on our Apron Feeders are designed heavy duty and are lubricated for life. The strength and fatigue characteristics that they exhibit are excellent as they are heat treated and therefore can absorb the impact loading present during operation. Support rollers are closely spaced to maintain a controlled and rigid operation.

• Pans on our Apron Feeders are manufactured from an austenitic steel (heat treated) and incorporate a high percentage of manganese. Manganese is added to the austenitic steel as a high proportion thus allowing the pans to exhibit material qualities which are required for the application, i.e. high hardness, strength, malleability and toughness. Due to normal steels gaining in brittleness when hardened, manganese austenitic steels do not, and therefore have the very important material qualities of toughness and hardness to absorb the impact loading and abrasive nature of the material and application. Steel pans are used where the extreme impact and abrasive nature of operation is not present.

• Depending on pan width, the inclusion of support member may be required. This support member is designed so that it minimizes deflection within the elastic limit of the pan material and therefore save the pan from permanent plastic deformation.

• Heavy fabricated base frame is designed to incorporate custom requirements which may include walkways, access to certain points, and certain maintenance and lifting restrictions present for the Apron Feeder on site. While at the same time the base frame is designed to be able to withstand loads during operation in terms of strength and fatigue.

• Heavy duty crawler chain is used on our Apron Feeders and therefore being able to withstand the high impact and abrasive loads that are present during operation. The chain includes links, pins and bushings which are all heat treated for improved strength and hardness.

• The drive on our Apron Feeders can be either a direct hydraulic motor or via a planetary gearbox, depending on the size required from loading. Hydraulic motor will require a hydraulic power unit which can be supplied upon request. Drive control can be supplied as either constant speed or variable speed (by way of incorporating a VSD). 

Various Apron Feeder models with a wide range of tonnage rates available. Please contact us for further information.