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Wyma Octal-ST Conveyors & Elevators

Wyma's Octal-ST Conveyors & Elevators are specifically designed with troughed sides to transport dirty produce between equipment.

Octal-ST Conveyors & Elevators transport produce efficiently to different parts of your line. The belt runs on a low-maintenance, troughed slat bed for a smooth and even motion.

Return drums help with belt tension and also make sure there is no belt slippage. The belt is raised at the sides (troughed) to suit dirty produce. The raised sides mean that dirt stays on the belt and does not get into internal parts.

Elevators have 50mm cleats along the belt so they can transport produce to different heights.


  • Raised belt edges keep dirt away from internal parts
  • Backstop prevents produce roll-back
  • Long-life urethane drums
  • Modular design allows for post-install modifications


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ABelt with raised edges (troughed)Good for dirty produce. Dirt is kept on the belt and does
not get into internal parts.
BBackstop*Prevents produce roll-back.
CFully covered bearingsSafe operation.
DOutfeed transition*Easy and convenient for manual waste disposal.
EUrethane drumsLonger life than steel drums; no pitting or rust.
More grip than steel drums.
FFully supported belt edgesSafe.
Less produce loss or jamming.
GSlat bedVery low maintenance.
HModular designGives flexibility during installation.
Allows for modifications at a later date.
Can be supplied flat-packed to save on cost and freight.
ISeamless return rollersSmooth operation.
Long life.

* Optional

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