Tecnitude’s belt conveyors can handle rubble and bulk material removal as well as excavated soil and soil backfill. Our belt conveyors will suit your leveling work, dam work and construction work.
Our belt conveyors can be used professionally because they are easy to use, modular, light and strong. The professional construction industry on building sites, public works for road construction, railways, civil engineering for naval and water transport use belt conveyors for extraction.
Soil and rubble discharge by belt conveyor
To discharge soil, rubble or stone, our grasshopper conveyors can be equipped with moving wheels. These fit all types of construction site needing to extract and convey materials, in horizontally or tilted ways.
Our handling material is made up of conveyors
Our Manukit or Manubloc modular conveyors and hoppers are available for sale or lease. Online you can find our calculation tool to figure out the right power for your conveyor.
Some examples of handling systems to extract soil or rubble:
- Leased 18 meters long Manukit conveyor, used to at an excavation demolition site. Rubble is dumped into skips. This modular system is transportable and can be used at any other construction site.
- Discharge of soil on a scrapyard site using several Manubloc conveyors with smooth belt, loaded by a Manuextract (belt feeder under a hopper).
- Conveyor used to set up terrace gardens at Vincennes castle : it is a leased 22 meters long Manukit conveyor with a 650 mm wide rafter belt.
- A belt conveyor used to carry green soil on top of the roof.
Videos showing dirt conveying :
Manukit belt conveyor used on a construction and earthmoving site to pile up dirt with a flow rate of 350 tons per hour.
When making directional changes between convoyers, a fall screen is required to handle the load at breaking point.