Conveyor Belt Price In Canada

Conveyor Belt Price In Canada

Zenith provides complete range of mining equipment and auxiliary plants for mining industry in Canada. Our conveying system for mining industry includes belt conveyors, mini belt conveyors, standard duty belt conveyors, heavy duty belt conveyors and belt conveyor systems. We also customize conveyor belts by special length and materials. Zenith conveyor belt price is competitive in Canada, please chat online with us for more information.

How Conveyor Belt Works

The conveyor belt works by means of a large loop of material or linked metal that is stretched over a number of rollers. This surface moves in one direction across the top of the rollers, turns downward and around the last roller, and returns in the opposite direction underneath the rollers. Only a single roller needs to be powered, usually at one end. This roller will constantly spin and the material which is either textured or geared on the inside edge will be propelled by the driving roller. Some conveyor belts have more than one powered pulley for extra power.

Conveying System for Mining Industry

Zenith is world leading mining conveyor belts manufacturer, we provide the world’s most comprehensive range of mining conveyor belts. Based on long experience in development, manufacturing and applications know-how, conveyor belts and conveyor systems are designed to meet specific end-user requirements for high performance and cost-efficiency.

The conveyor belts for mining industry are designed for transport of heavy abrasive material such as rock, ore and gravel. The covers of these belts are made of extra-tough rubber with extremely high resistance to abrasion, shearing and impact. We have installed thousands of mining conveyor belts all over the world. If you want to know conveyor belt price in Canada, or any other information, please contact us.

Conveyor Belt Price In Canada

Canada is one of the leading mining nations in the world, producing more than 60 minerals and metals. In 2010, more than 220 principal producing mines (metal, non-metals and coal mines), more than 3000 stone quarries and sand and gravel pits, and about 50 non-ferrous smelters and refineries and steel mills were operating in Canada.