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The Doucet BTRS Ripsaw Return Conveyor is specially designed for use with Straight Line Rip Saws and Gang Rip Saws. They are available in four models BTRS-68, 69, 70 and 71, featuring various widths and lengths of receiving and return rollers, to suit most ripping applications. The BTRS allows for a single operator to run a rip saw which greatly reduces your input costs of production.

Why Doucet BTRS Ripsaw Return Conveyor?

  • Single machine operator as parts are returned to the saw infeed automatically for re-ripping or stacking
  • Various models suitable for straight line or multi blade ripsaws
  • Can be retrofitted to a wide range of ripsaws
  • Variable speed receiving conveyor can be matched to the speed of your ripsaw
  • Customized receiving and return conveyor lengths to suit your material length and machine size
  • Upon detection of the end of board, the receiving rollers retract and the board is carried to the return rollers by transfer belts
  • The receiving and return conveyor are adjustable 40 to 120 ft/min
  • The belt transfer speed is fixed at 180 ft/min
  • BTRS-69 and BTRS-70 feature canted return rollers
  • Individually driven high quality PVC rollers
  • A 5′ long receiving conveyor
  • A perpendicular belt transfer with a vertical movement, actuated by a pneumatic cylinder
  • Motorized return rollers of varying widths and lengths

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