Tail Sealing Box

To conquer the age-old problem of material spilling off the tail of the conveyor, install the Martin® Tail Sealing Box. Installed on the rear of the chutework, the box uses Martin® ApronSeal™ Skirting and Strip Rubber to create an effective seal to keep material on the conveyor.

Features and Benefits:

  • Seal keeps material from sliding off the belt
  • Belt motion deflects tail seal to prevent accumulation at back of box
  • Deflected sealing strip contains rollback without scraping off adhered material
  • Return material to belt through easy-opening Martin® Inspection Door
  • Field-welded on chute wall to ensure precise fit

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!

Resources

Brochure - Transfer Point Solutions Download
Tech Data Sheet - Tail Sealing Box Download

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