Conveyor Pulley Technical Specification INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY HIC Manufactured. Universal Conveyor Pulleys ensures continuous operation with increased bearing life and reduced power consumption, in a way, the shell is made from heavy tubes or fabricated from steel plates, pulley shafts of carbon steel machined with proper bore and keyway (taper lock bushings are also offered being optional .
When selecting a pulley for a belt conveyor application, specifications will be determined by addressing the following steps: STEP 1 The Face Length of the Conveyor Pulley STEP 2 The Anticipated Belt Tension of the Conveyor System STEP 3 The Outer Diameter & Shaft Diameter of the Conveyor Pulley STEP 4 The Style of Hub Connection
Martin supplies conveyor belt loading chute components also. The belt conveyor specification below is a sample and is for reference only. SAMPLE BELT CONVEYOR SPECIFICATION ABC CORPORATION P.O. Box 112233 Pleasantville, MI, 54307 Attention: Mr. Project Manager 1.0 GENERAL 1.1 INTENT AND SCOPE
If belt conveyor pulleys are adjusted during installation or maintenance, nip point guard (at drive end on end drive unit) must be readjusted. Nip point guard (take-up end) is automatically adjusted when take-up pulley is adjusted. Nip point guards at both ends of conveyor (center drive) must be readjusted. Center drive
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL ADVISOR ON: +44 (0)28 8774 1418 OR [email protected]res.co.uk Application TECNIFLEX conveyor belts with EP inserts and breaker inserts are especially applicable to conveyors of production handling facilities and belt installations up to axle base of 1,500m. Belt Speeds
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that our belt widths do not always coincide with those used internationally. From the SABS Standard Specification for Steel-cord- reinforced conveyor belting we are able to determine the preferred belt widths used in the South African market. Using these as a basis and tabulating the various face widths we arrive at the following table (Table 3).