Multotec’s conveyor system solutions are proven to reduce downtime and belt slippage. These conveyor systems include:
Each product in our conveyor belt system solution range works to increase the lifespan of your loading points. This is achieved by absorbing the energy of ore transfer, and providing superior wear resistance with our range of Multolag™ ceramic products.
Multotec's Multolag™ pulley lagging comprises ceramic drive and non-drive pulley lagging that don't wear, reducing downtime.
Loading points from Multotec reduce material bouncing and spillage, prolong conveyor belt life with low friction impact bars.
MATO Conveyor Solutions from Multotec include belt cutters, clamps,. lacing systems, belt cleaners and accessories.
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MATO, a Multotec Group company, is one of the leading conveyor systems manufacturers and produces belt conveyor systems that help increase conveying uptime at your plant.
The range includes manual lacers, lacing beds, lacing pins and fasteners / clips for conveyor belts.
A full range of diagonal cleaners for underground and plant applications, primary conveyor belt cleaners and secondary conveyor belt cleaners.
Keep any downtime related to belt repairs to a minimum and eliminate the safety risk of using utility knives with MATO one- and two-way belt cutters.
A strong, robust construction, MATO Belt Clamps are used daily during conveyor belt maintenance and/or conveyor belt extensions
A range of accessories for conveyor belts including: conveyor belt clamps, conveyor belt cutters, conveyor belt grips, conveyor belt skivers and Alba Tirfos.
Sibanda, Managing Director of MATO Division, has been in his current position heading 16 staff and a two-shift system production plant since March 2015. His qualifications include: N4 in Electrical Engineering (1996), Production and Operations Management (2003); Basics of Production & Inventory Management (2005); Principles of Production & Inventory Management (2007); Management Fundamentals (2013); Leadership Development (2014); and Management Development (2015).