|The successful operation of a belt conveyor requires that the conveyor be loaded properly and that the material carried by the belt be discharged properly. Ideal loading exists when the material is placed centrally on the belt at a velocity equal to that of the belt. Ideal discharge implies that all the conveyed material is discharged at the desired point and in the desired direction.|
|In practice ideal conditions are seldom achieved resulting in excessive belt wear, spillage and pollution which lead to higher running costs.
Stallion strives to achive loading and discharge process perfection by undertaking careful study of loading and discharge processes and environments resulting in more efficient operation and an increase in belt life.