Chip conveyor

Slat band conveyor SBF

The POLO SBF slat band conveyor is used for the automatic transport of chips or chip wool made of different materials. Slat band conveyors are the most frequently used types of chip conveyors. In the case of turning/milling processes that are run dry, unmanned disposal can be carried out in this way.

Their advantages

  • Fast chip transport
  • Individual design
  • Easy handling

Short info

  • Long service life
  • Minimum liquid discharge at the discharge point
  • Perfect chip management

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Reliable removal of chips from the machine by the slat band conveyor. Suitable for tufted chips, long steel chips and chip balls from dry and wet machining. Can be integrated into almost all types of machines. Available with and without tank. The length is variable and can be adjusted.



Chain pitch types of 31.75 mm, 38.10 mm, 50.80 mm and 63.50 mm are produced depending on the intended use. The chain pitch depends on the quantity of chips to be conveyed and the width and length of the conveyor. Slat band conveyors can be manufactured with or without a tank to convey cooling lubricant back to the plant. The control can be effected by a switch cabinet supplied or also directly by the control of the machine tool.


The slat band conveyor consists of a trough in which the hinges move. In the hinges (can vary depending on the type of chip), the chips (wool) are transported along and led to the discharge, where they are disposed of.


Made in Germany

Process safety

No consumables

Low maintenance

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Data sheet

Standard sizesSBF-31SBF-38SBF-50SBF-63
Support element (mm)31,7538,1050,8063,50
Conveying width min. (mm)200300300400
Conveying width max. (mm)7007009001000
Conveying speed min. (m/min)1,51,82,43,0
Conveying speed max. (m/min)2,83,44,54,5
Supply voltage3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz

The motor and gearbox are dimensioned according to the quantity of chips to be conveyed per hour.

Subject to technical changes in the interest of progress.

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