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A Worldwide Manufacturer of:
High Quality, Technologically Advanced
Material Handling & Electronic Components

4B Components Limited is an industry leader in developing high quality, innovative, and dependable material handling and electronic components for the agricultural and industrial sectors.

4B has the world's largest range of elevator components, leading the field in elevator bucket and bolt design and manufacturing the highest quality forged chain and elevator belting.

 • Plastic Elevator Buckets
 • Steel Elevator Buckets
 • Elevator Bolts
 • Elevator Belting
 • Drop Forged Chain
 • Chain Sprockets & Trailers
 • Belt Fasteners
 • Conveyor Belting

4B's electronics division specializes in level controls, intelligent sensors and safety control systems that prevent costly downtime and minimize the risk of explosion in hazardous areas.

 • Hazard Monitors
 • Belt Misalignment
 • Speedswitches
 • Inductive Sensors
 • Bearing Temp. Sensors
 • Surface Temp. Sensors
 • Level Indicators
 • Conveyor Safety Switches

Founded in 1971 as a subsidiary of The Braime Group, one of the oldest and largest suppliers of material handling components in the world, 4B looks back on more than 120 years of engineering and manufacturing experience.

4B Components, Ltd.

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Technical Articles

Achieving Maximum Capacity On a New or Existing Bucket Elevator (.pdf) (Material Handling Equipment) There is a demand for increasing the capacity of new and old elevators particularly for handling grain. Factors that influence the capacity of an elevator are: bucket type, shape and discharge... (View Full Article)
Bolt 'N' Go: Flight Installation and Chain Assembly Made Easy! (.pdf) (Chains and Sprockets) Traditional chain systems use pins and circlips. The disadvantage of this type of system, is that during any maintenance repairs on the chain, the whole chain would have to be lifted out of the... (View Full Article)