8” Seed Belt Conveyor

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Ready to move a few thousand bushels of seed? The 8” Ox seed belt conveyor is already one step ahead of you.

The Ox is built for flexibility, ranging from 17-to-32-feet with either steel or collapsible intakes. Just because it’s a midsize conveyor, doesn’t mean you’ll sacrifice efficiency, because the Ox 8” Seed Belt Conveyor can move 2,000 bushels per hour. All in a day’s work for Ox. (Shown with optional collapsible intake.)




Cleated belt conveyors are a sound choice for any general conveying use, but have been proven to be uniquely suited for seed treating applications. Cleated conveyors offer the gentle handling of a traditional belt conveyor, but offer better capacity retention at increasing incline angles. The patented cleated belt design forms a cup inside the tube as the material is being conveyed which prevents material fall back, while gently carrying the seed up the incline.



Available in 17, 21, 25, and 32 ft. lengths.
Spout for gentle transition from the incline belt to the discharge.  
Top and bottom adjustments for belt tension and tracking.
Cleated belting moves seed quickly and gently.
Steel intake.



Elevation Soybeans
30 Degree 2,000 BPH

Capacity is at approx. 400 FPM belt speed and will vary with material type and conveyor incline. Consult your seed dealer for belt speed recommendations. Hydraulic drive allows a wide range of belt speeds.



Tube: 14 ga. galvanized 8” tube with stan-dard wind skirt for belt return.
Belting: 12” PVC belt with 1½ x 7” cleats spaced on 6” centers. Vulcanized drive roller; self cleaning bottom roller; top and bottom SCM bearings for belt tension and tracking.
Drive: 5 HP electric or 6.2 CID hydraulic drive.
Transport: Timken roller bearings for road use.  2” x 3” lower arms, 2” x 4” upper arms.  80” transport width.

  Auger Length
  17' 21' 25' 32'
A - Elevation 9' 11'6" 13'6" 16'6"
B - Distance 16'6" 19'8" 23'6" 29'6"
C - Height 7' 9'9" 9'9" 13'
D - Reach 2'8" 4'8" 6' 6'6"



Optional folding intake: Allows the conveyor to reach low clearance seed outlets in trucks, wagons, etc. When the conveyor is in position, the intake is raised, minimizing spillage.




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