Construction sites are usually a hive of activity. There is demolition, digging, transportation of debris, and a lot of heavy lifting involved. And it doesn’t matter if the project is as simple as building a single-family home or something as complex as a high-rise office building; one thing remains constant: the need to move materials from one place to another.

While manual labour can undoubtedly do the job, it can be time-consuming and dangerous. That’s where conveyor belts come in. These systems allow for efficient and seamless transportation of materials throughout the construction site, improving productivity and reducing risks for workers.

Here’s a more detailed look at some of the ways conveyor belts can be used in construction:

One area where conveyor belts are commonly used is excavation. In this process, workers often need to dig deep holes or trenches to lay down pipes or underground plumbing systems. This is typically a time-consuming and physically demanding task. With the help of a conveyor belt, workers can perform these tasks much more efficiently.

Additionally, conveyor belts are widely used in demolition work, where they help to move heavy debris and soil quickly and efficiently. They can also be utilised in landscaping projects, helping transport mulch, gravel, and other materials over long distances with minimal effort.

Types of Conveyor Systems

Conveying & Hoisting Solutions offers a wide range of conveyor systems, including:

–      Lightweight Aluminium Trough Conveyor: Also known as “conveyor belts”. These have the durability and ability to handle heavy loads; these trough conveyors are available in 3-metre, 4-metre, or 6-metre lengths. They’re perfect for any construction project, including DIY projects.

–       Heavy Duty Conveyor System: Available for both short and long-term hire periods, the Heavy Duty Conveyor System is perfect for large-scale materials handling projects. Its modular design allows it to reach long distances and operate at inclines up to 35 degrees. But its impressive throughput of 100 tons per hour sets it apart. This robust solution can easily handle all materials and make even the most challenging tasks seem effortless.

–       Industrial Steel Trough Conveyor: If you’re looking for a conveyor belt to handle medium-duty tasks, our Industrial Steel Trough Conveyor is the perfect solution.

–       Industrial Steel Flatbed Conveyor: Available in 4, 7, and 10-metre lengths, this conveyor is designed to handle even the heaviest of boxes or warehouse materials. Not only is it solid and sturdy, but it’s also easy to install and operate.

Need to hire or rent a conveyor system? Whatever your material or equipment handling needs are, Conveying & Hoisting Solutions can help. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services.