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Role of Belt Conveyor Wear Liners

Wear liners play several important roles in increasing the effectiveness and longevity of low-spillage transfer...

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Residual Chemicals from Belt Conveyor Dust Suppression

A well-designed residual suppression system makes it possible to control fugitive dust over a wide area by applying...

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Productive Belt Conveyor Design

Following design principles that establish safe, service-friendly, and easy-to-clean belt conveyor systems leads to...

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Placement of Belt Conveyor Pulley Protection

Plows should be carefully located so that the material removed from the belt does not create a hazard as it falls or...

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Outward Belt Conveyor Sealing

The final variations of edge-sealing systems are systems that seal on the outside of the skirtboard steel. The most...

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Notching the Trailing Side of a Conveyor Belt Splice Part 3

Splice Inspection and Service

Where bolt-style fasteners are used, it is important that the plates be kept properly...

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Notching the Trailing Side of a Conveyor Belt Splice Part 2

Disadvantages of Mechanical Splices

If the materials to be conveyed are hot, the transmission of heat through a...

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Notching the Trailing Side of a Conveyor Belt Splice Part 1

To protect the corners of the belt at the splice, it is often useful to notch, or chamfer, the corners of the belt...

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Multiple Belt Conveyor Loading Points

Where a belt is loaded at more than one point along the conveyors length, care must be used in the positioning of...

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Minimizing the Escape of Fugitive Material

The design of a transfer chute is occasionally limited to some degree by the available space, which often leads to...

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