Advanced handling equipment from VHV

VHV Anlagenbau manufactures the appropriate belt conveyors for all fields where bulk solids are handled. The innovative handling equipment from VHV Anlagenbau ensures tailored solutions of extremely space-saving ­design and clean production sites of the customers. Amongst other things, VHV Anlagenbau offer covered and double belt conveyors for steep-incline handling of bulk solids. Using smooth belt, the material can be conveyed very steeply inclined and even vertically up to a height of 30 metres. VHV Anlagenbau does not only supply handling equipment, but also provides three-dimensional planning and designs for corresponding plants. Already during plant planning, the customers are accompanied and, thus, extremely efficient concepts are being developed.

Hall 4; Stand B6

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