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Cablevey Conveyors: A Gentle Way to Move Fish Feed

28 January 2014, at 12:00am

US - Cablevey Conveyors is a manufacturing company that develops and builds state-of-the-art enclosed mechanical systems used to convey feed mill materials and to feed fish.

Based on its gentle cable and disc technology, Cablevey’s conveyors move products such as mash, vitamins, minerals and feed pellets through an enclosed tube without the use of air.

By using no air to convey, friable materials are kept intact as intended, from inlet to discharge points.

This gentle approach virtually eliminates the product separation and degradation that occurs with traditional conveying systems such as Bucket Elevators, Screw Augers and Pneumatic systems.

Numerous layouts are available using multiple inlets and discharge points and systems are customised to your specifications.

2000 Series System  

  • 2 inch (50mm) diameter tube
  • Conveys up to 75 cubic feet (2.12 cubic meters) per hour

4000 Series System

  • 4 inch (100mm) diameter tube
  • Conveys up to 525 cubic feet (14.87 cubic meters) per hour

6000 Series System

  • 6 inch (150mm) diameter tube
  • Conveys up to 1240 cubic feet (35 cubic meters) per hour

Headquartered in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Cablevey’s products are used in processing facilities throughout the United States and over 65 countries around the world. The family-owned company was founded in 1971.

Contact Details

WEB: www.cablevey.com

TEL: +1 641-673-8451

EMAIL: info@cablevey.com

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