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New Trouble Free Feedlot Conveyor
"We've eliminated the high maintenance problems connected with conventional belt feeders which use electric instant reversing motors and micro switches," says Richard Steiner whose company Steiner Corp., of Orrville, Ohio has introduced the new "trouble free" Feed-A-Lot conveyor.
It uses a simple mechanically controlled belt tightener to instantly reverse direction. "Its reversing action is as fast as any belt feeder on the market," explains Steiner. "Our big advantage is that, by doing it mechanically rather than with an instant reversing electric motor and micro switch, we've reduced maintenance to a bare minimum."
The Feed-A-Lot distributes to either side and will feed up to 12 different lots. It's equipped with a 10 in.driving drum, a heavy duty 14 in. wide delivery belt, and is available in 5 or 10 ft. lengths.
A 100 ft. long feeder retails for right at $4,600.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Steiner Corp., 12657 Church Road, Orrville, Ohio 44667 (ph 216 683-0055).

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1982 - Volume #6, Issue #6