Telescopic belt conveyors
The maneuverable 5th wheel configuration of the Putzmeister Telebelt® TBS 600 provides a tighter turning radius and reduced axle loads for great mobility. It has the power to deliver up to 6 cubic yards per minute over its 102 feet of horizontal reach. The semi-trailer chassis can be removed for a smaller machine footprint and more space on the job site. You can specify the type of chassis and the trailer axle configuration you need to meet local requirements.
You get unmatched versatility from the 5th wheel configuration of the Putzmeister Telebelt® TBS 130. Greater mobility, tighter turning radius, reduced axle loads, and a reduced footprint will come in handy on any job site. It delivers up to 5 cubic yards per minute with a horizontal reach of 126 feet 3 inches. You can specify the type of chassis and the trailer axle configuration to meet your local requirements.
With 200 feet of horizontal reach, the Putzmeister Telebelt® TB 200 is ideal for large aggregate and mass concrete placement. The main and feed conveyors have infinitely variable speed with 360 degree rotation. It has superior mobility on the job site and is ideal for work on hydroelectric dams, power plants, breakwater structures and high speed rail construction.
Strong, yet lightweight and easy to control, the Putzmeister Telebelt® TB 130 has a 126 feet 6 inch horizontal reach to save you time and labor. The five-section boom and fully hydraulic conveyor handle concrete slumps from 0 to 12 inches and materials ranging from sand to 4-inch rock. The outrigger design gives you quick setup in congested areas and rough terrain
Operating at up to 5 cubic yards per minute, the Putzmeister Telebelt® TB 110 can quickly convey a wide variety of materials ranging from sand to 4-inch rock. The four-section telescopic conveyor provides 106 feet 1 inch of horizontal reach in heights as low as 15 feet 9 inches with smooth, surge-free conveying. Setup is quick and easy in congested areas, even in rough terrain, with its unique butterfly outriggers.