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  • Apron-Conveyor-Chain-Assemblies---APRON-STYLE---A

    • Adaptable to most pitch sizes
    • Pan bottoms are above the chain pitch centerline.
    • Most widely used on horizontal and incline applications up to 35 degrees.
    • Double beaded pans resist leakage.
    • Commonly used with A and K style chain attachments.
    • Optional outboard rollers available to carry heavier loads and reduce maintenance costs.
    • Ideal for fine or hot materials.

  • Apron-Conveyor-Chain-Assemblies---APRON-STYLE---B

    • Generally used with larger pitch sizes (>8”) and heavier loads/capacities.
    • Pan bottoms are typically below the chain pitch centerline.
    • Able to withstand reasonable impacts from larger material clumps.
    • Often used on incline applications up to 35 degrees.
    • Deep double beaded pans offer a rigid heavy duty platform allowing for greater conveyor widths.
    • Optional outboard rollers available to carry heavier loads and reduce maintenance costs.
    • Through rods and load deflection rails are options for the more extreme conditions.
    • Ideal for heavy materials of various temperatures.

  • Apron-Conveyor-Chain-Assemblies---APRON-STYLE---C

    • Pan bottoms formed extra deep, well below the chain centerline.
    • Extra Deep pans allow for higher capacity transports up steep slopes.
    • Deep double beaded pans offer a rigid heavy duty platform allowing for greater conveyor widths.
    • Optional outboard rollers available to carry heavier loads and reduce maintenance costs.
    • Through rods and load deflection rails are options for the more extreme conditions.
    • Ideal for heavy materials of various temperatures.

  • Apron-Conveyor-Chain-Assemblies---APRON-STYLE---D

    • Single bead pans are ideal for inclined positive discharge systems.
    • Typically utilized for inclined systems up to 35 degrees.
    • Angular apron configuration helps resist rollback of material.
    • G attachments are common.
    • Outboard rollers available.
    • Smooth, gentle discharge - ideal for transporting fragile materials.

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