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Wyma Octal-R Conveyors & Elevators

Wyma's Octal-R Conveyors & Elevators transport produce efficiently to different parts of your line. Produce is fed on to the conveyor or elevator and is transported in the direction of belt motion.

The belt runs on stainless steel rollers for a smooth and even motion. Return drums help with belt tension and also make sure there is no belt slippage.

Conveyors can have produce sweeps included to divide produce flow if needed. In-feed and out-feed chutes are available.

Elevators have 50mm cleats along the belt so they can transport produce to different heights. A gooseneck can be added for feeding produce gently to the next stage in your line.


  • Longer life than steel drums; no pitting or rust
  • Easy belt tracking set-up and replacement
  • Catches less debris
  • Safe with less produce loss or jamming
  • Flexibility during installation
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ABackstop*Prevents produce roll-back.
BUrethane drumsLonger life than steel drums; no pitting or rust. More grip than steel drums.
CCentral tracking stripsEasy belt tracking set-up. Keeps belt tracking properly.
Easy belt replacement.
Catches less debris.
DFully covered bearingsSafe operation.
EFully supported belt edgesSafe. Less produce loss or jamming.
FStainless belt support rollersLess friction as belt moves; saves power.
GModular designFlexibility during installation.
Can be supplied flat-packed to save build and freight cost.
Allows for modifications at a later date.
HSeamless return rollersSmooth operation. Long life.

* Optional

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