How much concrete could I deliver per hour with a belt conveyor?
Conveyors come in varying capacities up to about 300 cubic yards per hour. But usually they aren't fed steadily enough, or the concrete can't be placed and consolidated or finished fast enough to reach such capacities. For floor slabs about 10 inches thick or less, 100 cubic yards per hour is a good placing speed. This can easily be accomplished by a conveyor with a 16-inch belt, which could perhaps place as much as 150 cubic yards per hour.