About Our Company
We don’t just sell conveyor equipment. We work with our customers to deliver a conveying solution for their specific requirements.
What We Do
We offer a variety of idlers for CEMA B, C, D, E, and F applications. Additional conveyor components are also available to solve some of the industry’s toughest material handling challenges.
Our conveyor systems are designed to economically move materials in a wide range of applications for both surface and underground installations.
The HAC system is a proven option for a variety of steep angle applications. Standard, smooth surface belts allow continuous cleaning by belt scrapers or plows. This is especially important in handling wet and sticky materials.
Why Continental Global Material Handling?
Continental is the most trusted name in conveyor equipment. That customer confidence has been earned over decades of supplying the industry with quality products and backing them with product support. We manufacture many of the key conveyor components to provide you with highly reliable equipment that contributes to higher productivity levels, including tapered roller bearing idler rolls that exceed CEMA load ratings.
A material handling system, simple or complex, will perform only as well as its component parts, the engineering that went into its design, and its installation. Let us assist with the design and equipment selection for your next conveyor project.
Our customers continue to benefit from the industry knowledge and experience we provide as part of our conveying solutions. Whether you require conveyor system design and equipment for a complicated conveyor system project or just need conveyor components for a new or existing conveyor system, contact us today.
HD-1500 (CEMA D+) & SDX-2200 (CEMA E+) Idlers
- HD-1500 troughing idler carrying capacity in CEMA D applications is up to 1,500 lb. load rating
- SDX-2200 troughing idler carrying capacity in CEMA E applications is up to 2,200 lb. load rating
Key Features & Benefits
Idlers exceed load ratings for their respective CEMA class by 20 – 40%.
- Increase tons per hour
- Or, increase idler spacing
- Fewer idlers to purchase & install
- Less maintenance