42A–aluminum MEET THE LIGHTEST CONVEYOR IN THE LINEUP. This conveyor will accommodate the largest range of “host” trucks. It offers the best payload. It is the good choice for operations facing weight restrictions.
42S–steel MEET THE ORIGINAL WORK HORSE IN THE LINEUP. This conveyor remains the standard of the industry. By material and simplicity of design is a good choice for any environment but particularly for rugged demands of location or operation.
42–Ontario MEET THE CANADIAN CONFIGURATION IN THE LINE UP. This conveyor is a 42S designed to optimize placing for the wheelbase and twin steering axle trucks common in the region.
THEAM 42S S/L
42S S/L–slider MEET THE FIRST CROSS-OVER CONVEYOR IN THE LINEUP. This conveyor is a 42S with a twist. We replaced the roller belt support with the 42A’s trough design. You get a smooth slide from hopper to hopper.
THEAM Crossveyor 30/42
Crossveyor 30/42 MEET THE SECOND CROSSOVER CONVEYOR IN THE LINE UP. This conveyor introduces a telescoping capacity, 30 – 42 ft. and being free-standing offers mobility around site. This is a good choice for any operation and particularly one in urban environments with sometimes small, limited access to points of pour.
THEAM Tele-Tip 36/43
Tele-Tip 36/43 MEET THE LIGHTEST TELESCOPIC CONVEYOR IN THE LINEUP. Just enough telescoping capacity in the tip 36 – 43 ft to get you off the job faster. Operates without any outriggers. Good for flat work, perfect tool for second story pours.
TLS–single telescopic MEET THE MOST POPULAR CONVEYOR IN THE LINEUP. This conveyor was introduced in the late eighties and to underscore its durability there are several original units in operation today. It has expanded reach and expanded telescoping capacity 35-52 ft. From one position you can achieve considerable placing range. This is a good conveyor choice for operations entering placing service particularly if you are servicing a single batch plant operation in a rural area.
TLS/DT–detachable MEET THE MOST VERSATILE OPTION IN THE LINEUP. This conveyor offers a use it or park it feature, it’s (D) detachable. This conveyor was introduced originally to accommodate drivers who owned their own mixer trucks. If the job required placing, they had the placing capacity. If the job was pouring into a pump or simply hauling, the conveyor could be removed to not penalize pay-load. Conveyors are in constant demand but this feature may be a good choice for particular jobs or operations.
TLD–double telescopic MEET THE MOST SERIOUS COMPETITION IN THE LINE UP. This conveyor telescopes on both the tip and middle section giving it the MAXIMUM REACH and the MAXIMUM Telescoping Capacity of any other. It can give a concrete pump a run for its money. That’s not the point of any of our conveyors but this model does show teeth. It would be a good choice for the operation that is seasonal, rural or remotely located in places where pumps are few and far between.
Precaster MEET THE SHORTEST CONVEYOR IN THE LINE UP. This conveyor was developed particularly for Precast operations needing to feed forms at a constant height or reach. Slimmed down to a two boom conveyor and built to spec, this is a great choice for certain applications in the Precast industry. When confined to the yard, this model won’t require all features and pared down is a very economical solution.