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Access Construction Equipment Inc.

Access Construction Equipment located in Stone Mountain, GA USA, is the manufacturer of the unique Miniconveyor, Miniveyorusa and Handiveyor portable conveyors. The Access family of portable conveyor systems are constructed of aircraft grade anodized aluminum sides, stainless steel slider beds on top and bottom, high frequency microwaved PVC belting, hermetically sealed motors and a high-density foam core. The combination of strength and versatility makes this conveyor system unique in the market.

Our lightweight conveyors come in 5’, 10’, 15’ and 20’ sections to fit the needs of all your jobs.
Our 15” wide version handles 25-30 tons per hour and the 20” version handles 45-50 tons per hour. We manufacture the conveyors with your choice of 120 Volt, 220/240 Volt or 480 Volt 3 Phase motors.

Miniconveyor and MiniveyorUSA are the ideal choice for moving loose materials, debris, rock, dirt, cement and more. Both have been used extensively for below grade excavating, mining, tunneling, construction, demolition, disaster restoration, landscaping, pool installation, and all tight access jobs. With accessories including different size hoppers, variable height stands, side rails to prevent spillage, clamp kits to mechanically lock conveyors together and cantilevers, we can put together a conveyor system to perfectly fit your application needs. Whether you are inclining up a steep bank or into a dump truck, moving material across level ground, down a slope, or below grade excavating, the Miniconveyor and MiniveyorUSA systems offer the unique solution for difficult jobs.

Handiveyor is the same rugged yet lightweight conveyor configured with the belt being the highest point. This conveyor option is ideal for moving packages or solid materials of all sizes.

BISAF conveyors are the natural complement to our own Miniconveyor range. Their modular design allows to overcome distances of up to 100’ without the need to “daisy-chain”. Their length can be easily adjusted by simply adding (or taking away) middle sections. They are rugged and will withstand the harsh environment of construction sites.

BISAF conveyors are frequently used in conjunction with Miniconveyors, where several Miniconveyors are used to feed into the bigger BISAF conveyor, which then shifts the accumulated material to its final destination.