REDwire Hytrol conveyor defies gravity with 30-degree incline

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The RBI floor-to-floor incline conveyor can transport products at angles up to 30 degrees.

For those applications that require the movement of product on an incline, Hytrol has the ideal solution. Its Roller Bed Incline (RBI) conveyor is a floor-to-floor incline conveyor designed to defy gravity by transporting product up to 30 degrees. 

Key features

The RBI conveyor is equipped with a chain-driven power feeder and an adjustable double nose-over at the discharge end. These features ensure a smooth transfer of products from incline to horizontal plane. In addition, higher load capacities of up to 225 pounds per linear foot are possible with the RBI conveyor and rollers. 

Inclines can be easily adjusted up to 30 degrees, a feature which allows this conveyor to also be used as a booster conveyor in gravity flow systems. In addition, the RBI has the capability to operate in reverse mode. 

Available in 12 belt widths from 10 to 36 inches, the system’s many other features include a centre drive, brake motor, pop-out roller, powered feeder and more. Various installation options are available, including ceiling hangers and adjustable MS-type floor supports.


The Hytrol RBI conveyor is available in Canada from Norpak Handling, a leading provider of high-quality industrial conveyor equipment and conveying systems. The company has been serving the Canadian market for nearly 30 years, offering industry experience, product knowledge and applications expertise to design the most appropriate conveying solution for its customers. Norpak represents a growing list of high-quality international suppliers in Canada, including Hytrol, one of the most trusted brands of conveyors across the globe.
To learn more about the RBI conveyor, or any of the other high-quality Hytrol products the company carries, contact Norpak Handling.


Norpak Handling Limited

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