Nut Conveyors

Cable & Tube Nut Conveyor Systems

Cablevey Nut Conveyor Systems are designed to move Almonds, Cashews, Peanuts, Brazil Nuts, Macadamia Nuts, Pine Nuts, Hazelnuts, Pistachios, and Walnuts. Our nut conveyors can move materials in any part of your production process including sorting, roasting, chopping and packaging.

Our nut conveyor systems are gentle on your materials. They’re easy to clean and maintain. And all of our conveyor systems are engineered for continuous operations and start/stop under load. As an enclosed tubular conveyor system, fines are kept safely inside a sanitary environment until they reach specified unloading mechanisms.

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Can cable and tube nut conveyor systems move cooked, chopped, powdered or puree nut materials?

Yes. Our nut conveyors are designed to move nut materials in all forms.

Are cable & tube nut conveyors safe and sanitary?

Yes. The enclosed tube environment keeps your materials clean and safe while in transit. Enclosed tubes also serve to keep wastage low and your plant clean.

How are tube conveyors cleaned?

Wet, dry and in-line cleaning options are available. As part of our engineering and service process, we will work with you to specify the best cleaning solution for your needs and train you on how to use specified equipment.

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