Redler conveyor

Redler conveyor

[′red·lər kən′vā·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A conveyor in which material is dragged through a duct by skeletonized or U-shaped impellers which move the material in which they are submerged because the resistance to slip through the element is greater than the drag against the walls of the duct.
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Contract award notice: Open procedure for the assignment of the supply and installation of a redler conveyor belt with metal rolling shutters for feeding the selection lines of the vrd laurentino plant (italy-rome: Conveyor belts)
The company chose a semi-circular "C" configuration for the new HAC, which replaced one of the 66-degree inclined Redler conveyors. The second inclined Redler conveyor was retained for redundancy.
The engineered product line consists of quasi-standard equipment, such as Redler conveyors and feeders, railcar positioners, bin dischargers, and other equipment of the type, which Koper characterizes as lighter engineered products.
and installation of 2 nos of Redler conveyors of 40 meter length each with drive unit for
the income basket nave enE[degrees] raw materials are transported via redler conveyors to adjacent storage silos.