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About used Inspection conveyors

A inspection conveyor makes it possible to subject fruit, vegetables or other products before grading or processing to a final visual check for quality. Any inferior-quality fruit and vegetables or foreign objects are then removed by hand.

Inspection conveyors belts with adjustable speed

Flat inspection conveyors are generally speed-adjustable so that the person standing at the inspection conveyor has enough time to inspect everything properly. The speed can be controlled by means of a variable speed drive, motor or a pulley system. In some cases, the inspection table is placed in a closed-off cubicle with an overpressure system. Some of these are heated. A lamp can also be suspended above the inspection table.

Difference between flat and roller inspection conveyors

Round products are often inspected using a roller inspection conveyor. The advantage to this in comparison to a flat conveyor belt is that the product rotates while being conveyed. This makes it easier to inspect all sides of the product properly.

Advantages of a flat inspection conveyor belt

Rollers are not ideal for smaller or fragile non-round products. Therefore, a flat inspection conveyor belt is best for products like berries, cherries, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, beans, mini-tubers or flower bulbs. Flat inspection belts are often used for recycling materials.

Peeling conveyors for flower bulbs

When peeling flower bulbs, the roots are removed, and any bulbs attached to other bulbs are pulled apart if necessary. The bulbs of some flowers, such as tulips, can largely be peeled with a machine. Because not all the flower bulbs are peeled successfully using a machine, this is followed by manual peeling at a peeling conveyor. This is usually part of a grading line and is positioned between the grading machine and the counting machine. Some peeling conveyors are fitted with a vibratory sieve at the beginning or end to get rid of bits of loose skin and sand.

Do you have any questions about one of the inspection conveyor belts or grading conveyors on this page? Do you want to know if inspection belts are available with adjustable speeds, for example? Don’t hesitate to contact one of our staff members. They will be happy to assist and advise you in finding a suitable used inspection conveyor.