Conveyor Supports

Grain Handling Equipment

Today, we design, deliver, and install our systems in seed houses, feed mills, and lumber processing facilities world wide.  We also manufacture nearly every component of a Honeyville Metal system in-house.  Grain Handling products include Bucket Elevators, Distributors, Drag Conveyors, Screw Conveyors and Catwalk & Support Towers.  Dust Collection products include Fans, Cyclones, Filters, Airlocks, and Storage Bins – and our world-class facilities are equipped with the latest metalworking machinery including CNC equipment for cutting, punching, and forming steel.

Conveyor Supports

The Honeyville 4624C Conveyor Support, sometimes referred to as a "Catwalk", is designed to support your drag conveyor as it spans between structures.  The 4624C support is 46" wide, which includes 22" of space for a conveyor and a 24" wide galvanized grip surface walkway.  It can accommodate Honeyville's HD-F9, HD-F13, and HD-F16 Horizontal Drag Conveyors.

Some of the features include:

  • All Galvanized steel construction for long life and minimum maintenance
  • 24" Truss
  • 24" Wide galvanized grip surface walkway with toe shield
  • 42" Tall handrails on both sides

The Honeyville 4624C Conveyor Support has been engineered, tested, and certified to accommodate the following conditions based on 40' clear span structures:

  • Weight loading of 140 pounds per lineal foot
  • Snow loading of 55 pounds per square foot
  • Wind loading of 110 MPH

When spanning distances greater than 40', you can incorporate a Honeyville Support Tower or Sidewall Tower.

Accessory items available for the Conveyor Support include:

  • 10' Long Manwalk By-Pass for improved clearance around the motor and gear drive
  • Adjustable Catwalk Riser Assemblies
    • Available with a Sloped or Flat top track
    • Assemblies are available in a variety of height ranges from 2" through 36"
      • The vertical channels are punched for the maximum height position of the stated range
      • Other heights in the stated range can be achieved by clamping and drilling new holes in the field.