SERIES-ECTR Enclosed Belt Conveyors

The Rapat Series ECTR is an industrial duty enclosed frame conveyor with CEMA troughing and return idlers. Its design performs in the toughest of environments while protecting the product from weather conditions and providing increased employee safety. If dust control is a concern, bolted bottom covers can be added. Other common options include: trussed frames, walkways, service platforms, support bents, transfer towers, and sloped or hinged bottom covers.


  • ToollessTopCovers_ECTR1.jpg Tool-less Top CoversTop covers are easily removed by releasing an over-center clamp and removing the hinged splice cover.
  • Bolt-On-Bottom-Covers_ECTR.jpg Bolt-On Bottom CoversThese require periodic cleaning to prevent product buildup. 
  • Drives-Motors-_ECTR.jpg Heavy Duty Industrial Grade Bearings, Drives and MotorsBrands can be of the customer's choice or Rapat will provide our standard offering.
  • Inspection-Door_ECTR.jpg Inspection DoorsDoors used to monitor operating conditions and provide access for maintenance.
  • Pulleys_Idlers_ECTR.jpg Off-The-Shelf CEMA Standard Pulleys and Idlers These components are readily available for quick replacement. 


  • Channel-Frame-Truss1_ECTR.jpg Channel Support TrussA structural channel support truss can be used to support the Series-ECTR when shorter spans are required between support locations.
  • BeamFrame_ECTR.jpg W-Beam Support TrussA structural w-beam support truss designed to span between support locations and meet site loading requirements. Walkway(s) can be supported from the truss, as required.
  • Box-Truss_ECTR.jpg Box Support TrussA welded structural steel boxed-shaped support truss designed to span between support locations and meet site loading requirements. Walkway(s) can be supported from the truss, as required.
  • Gallery-Truss_ECTR.jpg Gallery Support TrussA square, welded structural steel support truss that a belt conveyor and any optional walkway(s) can sit within. These are also designed to span between ground support locations and can be enclosed with sheeting or left open.
  • TransferTower_ECTR.jpg Transfer TowersA structural steel support tower where one conveyor transitions and feeds into another. These are designed for each application and can include stairways, handrails and platforms.
  • SupportBents_ECTR.jpg Support BentsA structural steel support frame designed and fabricated to support a conveyor at an elevation and meet the site specific loading requirements.
  • Walkway_ECTR.jpg WalkwaysA platform with a safety handrail that is supported off the side of a conveyor from which a person can walk along the length of a conveyor for maintenance and access. These can be on one or both sides of a conveyor.
  • Service-Platform-Model_CTR.jpg Service PlatformsA platform for safely accessing and maintaining key areas of a conveyor.
  • Fixed-Tripper_ECTR.jpg Fixed TripperA device that allows for material to be discharged prior to the end of the conveyor.
  • Scavenger-Drag.jpg Scavenger DragAn integrated drag conveyor mounted below the belt conveyors return idlers and designed to make the conveyor self-cleaning. This in an option used in dusty applications.
  • Gravity-Take-Up_ECTR---Copy.jpg Gravity Take UpsA device that automatically adjusts using a counterweighted pulley to maintain proper tension on the belt. These are generally used on longer conveyors where mechanical take-ups are no longer practical.
  • Chutes_Transitions_ECTR.jpg Chutes/Transitions Customized chutes and transitions are designed to move product to and from conveyors to other conveyors and process equipment. These are available with a variety of wear liner options depending on the material being conveyed.
  • Impact-Beds_ECTR.jpg Impact BedsA series of cushioned bars used to absorb loading forces under a conveyor belt in the loading zone. These vary depending on the material being conveyed and the distance of the product being dropped onto the belt.
  • Skirting_ECTR.jpg Skirting Replaceable rubber seals that contact the conveyor belt to contain product through the loading area. These are adjustable and can be lined with a variety of wear liners.
  • Pulleys-and-Idlers_CTR.jpg Mine Duty & Engineered Class Pulleys Mine duty pulleys are heavier duty than standard pulleys for harsh environments. When mine duty pulleys still don’t meet the required belt tensions and durability requirements of an application, pulleys can be engineered to meet those demands.
  • Belt-Cleaners_ECTR.jpg Belt CleanersA device that uses a tensioned blade mounted on a supporting structure to remove material that clings to the belt beyond the normal discharge point. The material, size and tension are determined by the product and its characteristics. These are often mounted inside the discharge hood so product cleaned off belt falls into the discharge.
  • Washbox_CTR.jpg WashboxA device that uses pressurized water and a series of belt cleaners to clean especially tacky material from a belt.
  • Belt-Scales_ECTR.jpg Belt ScaleA device that weighs or measure the amount of product moved on a belt conveyor. These vary per application and accuracy requirements.
  • Belt-Magnet_ECTR.jpg Belt MagnetA device for removing ferrous metals from the product as it moves on a belt conveyor in order to prevent damage to downstream equipment. Size and mounting location vary per application.
  • WaterDeluge_ECTR.jpg (1) Water Deluge LinesPressurized water lines with diffusers that can be attached to a conveyor to flood the product with water in order to suppress dust and extinguish potential fires. This is a unique option for specific applications.
  • GreaseLines_FLX.jpg Grease LinesAllows for greasing bearings from remote locations.

More Options

  • Custom FinishesRapat belt conveyors are available in a variety of finishes, including: painted mild steel, galvanized steel, 304 stainless steel, and 316 stainless steel.
  • Engineered Class PulleysEngineered Pulleys that are designed specifically to handle the most severe conditions. These include specially lagged head pulleys and winged and spiral winged tail pulleys.
  • Sloped Bottom CoversSloped bottom covers are a way to capture fugitive material while allowing for easier clean up by not having to remove bottom covers from restricted locations.
  • Hinged CoversFor easier enclosed conveyor access, hinged top and bottom covers are available.
  • Dust Control Pick-UpsA duct mounted at a transition point(s) to connect a conveyor to a dust collection system.
  • Zero Speed SwitchAn electrical device that alerts the operator if a specific pulley has stopped turning. Can be wired into a plant PLC.
  • Belt Alignment SwitchesElectrical devices that shut off a conveyor or alerts the operator if the conveyor belt becomes misaligned, can be wired into a plant PLC.
  •  Emergency Shutoff Switch(es)Electrical device(s) that shuts off a conveyor from any point along the length of the conveyor for operator safety.
  • Plugged Chute SwitchAn electrical device mounted in the discharge hood of a conveyor that shuts the conveyor off if it becomes plugged with material for any reason.