Overland Conveyors

 

Mountains, hills, horizontal curves, inclines, declines, weather, wildlife. Wolf Point has designed and installed hundreds of miles of conveyors over some of the most challenging terrain in the world, from to West Virginia to the Philippines. 

 

Running up to five miles per section, 60 inches wide and 5,000 tons per hour, Wolf Point’s overland conveyors form the backbone of profitable mines, ports and power plants. Contact us for examples from Wyoming and Puerto Rico.

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Wolf Point's overland conveyors are great alternatives to trucking, especially in areas with difficult terrain.

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The overland conveyors at the Robinson Run mine, in West Virginia, have a total length of approximately 22,000 feet and a capacity of 2,500 tons per hour, running downhill.