conveyor belt

02 Sep.,2022

 

heat resistant conveyor belt

coal mine conveyor belt

conveyor belt

The company dismantled the entire case-washing system, including the conveyor belt, and sanitized it.

From OregonLive.com

It starts with a "vision tunnel," a conveyor belt tented by a dome full of cameras and scanners.

From Fast Company

Turns out that a machine that washes cases carrying products on a conveyor belt around the plant was infested with salmonella, adding a new twist.

From OregonLive.com

Several women maintained a steady rhythm placing sugar-dusted cherries onto tiny circles of chocolate that glided by on a conveyor belt.

From Baltimore Sun

Every chunk of salt coming off the conveyor belt is already committed and shipped not long after it reaches the surface.

From NPR

Theirs are more like a conveyor belt, a ribbon of teeth known as a radula.

From Wired

You try to eat more nutritionally but your internal conveyor belt is going so fast that you're not benefiting from your discipline.

From Huffington Post

A steel blue staircase runs along one side, and a kind of conveyor belt feeds raw sewage into a drum.

From Wired

A conveyor belt moves coal out of the mine, which is about 1,000 feet underground.

From New York Times

There are no borders in the world's constantly swirling atmosphere, nor in the ocean's many globe-girdling "conveyor belt" currents.

From ABC News

It could act like a conveyor belt, moving ions higher in the ionosphere where other effects from the solar wind could carry them away.

From Phys.Org

However, we made a huge effort not to make this a conveyor belt of love.

From NPR

As the teeth age, they fall out and new ones move forward similar to that of a tooth conveyor belt.

From Phys.Org

In so many of the world's more popular destinations, it seems like you're on a perpetual conveyor belt of tourists schlepping from site to site.

From Huffington Post

And they move up and down in water columns and return to shore using currents like a conveyor belt.

From WIRED

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