Quite incongruously, Keating felt as if a conveyor belt was under his feet, from the moment he crossed the threshold.
The conveyor belt stopped at a table in a corner of the drafting room, where Keating found himself with a set of plans to expand, the scaggy back of the chief draftsman retreating from him in the unmistakable manner of having forgotten his existence.
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A conveyor belt is used to transport luggage at the airport.
Most luggage conveyor belts work at a speed of about 1 meter/second.