When you require continuous flow (en-masse or drag conveying) and the material is being moved slowly within the casing, then a drop forged conveyor chain with attachments matched to the materials being moved will be a good option.

Shown below are some of the most common styles of attachments that we fit to FB drop forged conveyor chain. In addition to these standard types of attachment we are also able to manufacture special flights in different materials that are suitable for almost any design.

Square bar flights

Flat bar flights

Paddle flights

Square Bar Flights

This is used for the grain and feed industries. Horizontal machines. Used mainly for en-masse conveying

Flat Bar Flights

This is the most popular type of flight. It is used in all industries depending on the thickness of the flights. May be used on inclined conveyors up to 20 deg. Can be used for en-masse or drag conveying

Paddle Flights

Similar to flat bar flight. Used a lot in drag conveying i.e. cement, wood chips, coal, aggregates etc.

U flights

Closed U flights

Closed U flights with filler plates

U Flights

Used for en-masse conveying. Mainly for grain conveyor, feed conveyor and woodchip conveyor applications. May be used on inclines up to 30 deg

Closed U Flights

Used only for en-masse conveying. Mainly for grain conveyors, feed conveyors and woodchip conveyor applications. May be used on inclines up to 60 deg

Closed U Flights with Filler Plates

Used in similar applications to closed U flight, but preferred if product is more 'sluggish' and difficult to handle

OO flights

OO flights with filler plates

Return cup flights

OO Flights

Used only for en-masse conveying. Mainly for grain, feed and woodchip applications. Can be used on inclines up to 90 deg

OO Flights with Filler Plates

Only for en-masse conveying and used in similar applications to 00 flight , but preferred if product is more 'sluggish' and difficult to handle

Return Cup Flights

Used on an intermediate basis with standard flat bar flights to carry back any product that may cause build up inside a conveyor