Overland Troughed Conveyors
Macmet is a leading supplier of Cross Country Conveyors. We are the first Indian company to indigenously design, supply, erect, test and commission a Long Distance Overland Belt Conveyor.
MACMET's OLBCs ensure safe transportation of bulk materials. Macmet's Cross Country Conveyors drastically increases the capacity of bulk material transportation besides cutting costs substantially.
- MACMET has supplied India's largest Cross Country Troughed Conveyor system to Heidelberg Cement India. The conveyor system covers a length of 21 km transporting limestone @ 1000 tons per hour.
- Supplied the first indigenously designed overland conveyor for ACC Ltd.'s Kymore Works. It transports limestone over a distance of 10.6 km from the Mines to the Plant.
- On an EPC basis, Macmet has supplied an 8 km cross country conveyor for ACC Limited's plant at Chanda for transportation of limestone from the Mines to the Plant.
- Macmet has designed and supplied a 9 km cross country conveying system for OCL Limited (Dalmia Group) for carrying 750 tons of crushed limestone from Lanjiberna Mines to their Rajgangpur Plant.
- Macmet has commissioned a 1200 TPH, 7.8 km single flight Over Land Belt Conveyor (OLBC) with 2 nos. Self-Propelled Maintenance Trolley for the 3.5 MTPA Greenfield Integrated Cement Plant of UltraTech Cement, an Aditya Birla Group company, at Dhar, Madhya Pradesh on an EPC basis.
MACMET can supply customized systems of belt conveyors having varying speeds and capacities, to meet the diverse requirements of customers.
The Belt conveyors can be troughed or flat, horizontal or inclined with or without curves. Flat belts are used for low capacity, low speed and horizontal conveyors for materials having higher angle of repose. Troughed belts are adopted for high capacity, high speed conveyors with or without incline. The belt conveyors are designed with horizontal curves and vertical curves for overland conveying over long distances, in general following the natural contour of the terrain.
The length of the OLBC system is suitably divided depending on the availability of power along the route and accessibility to the site. This is done to reduce the cost of belt and electrics and optimise the cost of the system.