Power belt conveyors are an economical solution for situations not suited for gravity. Ashland offers a standard line of Slider Bed and Roller Bed power belt conveyors, both are also available as incline conveyors. The Slider Bed Box Frame belt conveyor is the most economical conveying solution while Roller Bed will conveyor heavier loads than Slider Bed. Incline conveyors also function as decline conveyors.
Ashland Conveyor Product’s selection of belt lacing allows you to easily connect and disconnect to a permanently spliced or “endless” belt. Our belt lacing is available in three different types.
Ashland’s selection of conveyor belt tools is built on years of conveyor experience. We’ve learned exactly what types of tools are best to maintain your conveying equipment.
Replacement conveyor belts are available in a number of types, available for any purpose. From FDA approved conveyor belts to low friction PVC belts for check-out counters, we’ve got a conveyor belt replacement for you here.
We offer a number of conveyor controls for your powered conveyor system. The same controls offered in our powered conveyor belt systems are available as independent items, from pull cables to variable speed drives.
Our conveyor pop-out rollers are used to place belt conveyors adjacent to other conveying equipment. If anything becomes entangled in your conveyor belt, simply pop-out the roller for an easy solution.
Our roller bed channel frame is designed for heavier loads, boasting a design with much less friction.
Our roller bed incline channel frame is designed for conveying cartons and boxes “floor to floor” in both directions. This frame is great for increasing elevation in your gravity conveyor applications.
Our most economical powered conveyor frame, our slider bed box frame will increase the length of the conveyor as the more tension is added to the belt.
Our slider bed channel frame powered conveyor belt is an ideal flat bed surface for assembly lines.
The slider bed incline powered conveyor belt allows movement in both directions at a consistent speed that you control. Horizontal exits are provided via a double noseover design.