The angle between two chute walls created by the side wall joining with the back wall.
In the direction of the places the belt has already passed, or back toward the loading point.
A military explosive compound used industrially as a sensitizer for slurry-type explosives.
The shape of a belt with the edges raised allowing it to carry more material.
The opposite end of a conveyor to the delivery end.
A series of conveyors designed to carry material out into a storage area
A conveyor consisting of a central shaft with helical paddles or a complete helical screw rotating within a stationary tube or trough filled with the material being conveyed.
An additional short length of belting added to an existing conveyor belt.
A valve acting by continuous or partial rotation.