Dos Santos International

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531 Roselane Street NW, Ste 810
Marietta, GA 30060
About Dos Santos International
  • Dos Santos International offers our flagship product, the DSI Snake Sandwich Conveyor, for elevating a variety of materials at high angles and to high lifts. Additionally, we offer consulting services in various engineering fields, including structural, mechanical and civil. Finally, our Expanded Conveyor Technology software analyzes and offers solutions for long overland conveyors with a variety of profiles, including horizonal curves.
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Products by Dos Santos International
  • DSI Snake Sandwich High Angle Conveyor

    A sandwich belt conveyor uses two conveyor belts, face-to-face, to gently but firmly contain the product being carried, hence making steep incline and even vertical-lift runs easily achievable. Snake’s are available in widely ranging profiles of C and S-Shape. In any case, a long bottom belt... Read more
  • DSI Mobile Snake Sandwich High Angle Conveyor

    Australia’s first Snake Ship Loader will elevate a variety of high value ores from trucks to ship. The data table below summarizes the design parameters while the figure depicts the arrangement. Materials for export are trucked to the dock and dumped onto a special trap loader type feeder. The... Read more