Use these belt scrapers to remove debris from conveyor belts. If a chip of this blade breaks off near a process line it can be lo ed by metal detectors to reduce contamination risks in food processing appli ions.
CONVEYOR BELT 6.1.1 Belt sway Belt Tracking 1. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry near the conveyor belt. 2. Do not put your hands on a moving conveyor belt. 3. Provide proper illumination at the working zone. 4. Insure the ‘OK’ condition of pull cord and emergency stop switch of the conveyor belt. 5.
Very long belt conveyors transporting ore and other products often rely on conveyor belt idlers to form troughs in the belts to better contain the conveyed materials. Conveyor Systems - A Summary This guide provides a basic understanding of conveyor system varieties considerations for use their appli ions and industrial uses.
Vacuum Conveyor Belts – This particular conveyor belt creates suction to keep light products sheets of paper leaflets etc. on the line despite inclines and high speeds. Magnetic Conveyor Belts – This type of conveyor belt can transport materials that contain iron through equally spaced electromagnets that are placed within the
The material below has a short summary of each one of the more common conveyor types that are available. Belt Conveyor. Sometime our customers call these “Conveyor belts”. This is actually the belting material. A belt system is one of the simplest conveyor types. It moves parts from one end to the other.
Examples of outstanding conveyor belt appli ions. The conveyor belts used on these giants are 3200 mm wide. They are carrying up to 40.000 t/h of overburden and lignite which makes them the highest capacity conveyor belts worldwide.
Mesh conveyors can be used for processing such as spraying with additives wash-water or leaching liquors. Respraying of the drained liquor in a direction counter to the belt motion has been employed. A particular example of processing using a belt conveyor is the belt or band dryer described in Section 29.4.3.
elongation at fitting ε of the belt resulting from the belt load. To establish ε see pages 7 and 8. 2. The production tolerances Tol of the belt as regards the length. 3. any external influences that might necessitate greater elongation tensioning than usual or might require a safety margin such as for example the impact of temperature