Tracker™ Reversing

The Martin® Tracker™ Reversing provides immediate, continuous, precision adjustment of hard-to-track reversing conveyors. It effectively centers the belt regardless of the direction of travel.

Features and Benefits:

  • Features sensing rollers and lever arms on both ends of the unit
  • Employs a stainless steel lamella or paddle wheel to sense the direction of belt travel and activate the sensing rollers on the proper end of the unit


  • Lower Units for installation on the return side
  • Upper Units for the carrying side of conveyors

Our technicians and engineers are available to provide expert advice and assistance on this product and all of your bulk material handling questions and problems. Please contact us today and let us help!

Upper unit
Lower unit
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Brochure - Transfer Point Solutions Download
Tech Data Sheet - Tracker™ Reversing Download
Operator Manual - Air and Electric Actuated Reversing Trackers Download
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