Design considerations mation and formulas presented in this manual represent recent improvements in the concepts and data which have been developed over the years using the observations of actual belt conveyor operation and the best mathematical theory Horsepower hp and tension formulas incorporating successively all the factors
of your body, in the conveyor. 7. Never walk on conveyor covers, grating or guards. 8. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. 9. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. 10. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and
A belt conveyor is a conveyor in which the product rides directly on the belt The belt is supported by either a roller bed conveyor section or a slider bed conveyor section This manual will explain the various types of Mathews belt conveyors This manual describes the following types of belt conveyors 1 Horizontal Belt Conveyors 2
Belt conveyors are designed to conveyor a given amount of particular material the width of the belt speed and horsepower have been based on that criteria and any deviation can cause serious effects to the belt conveyor The effect of changing any of the determining factors in the design of the belt conveyor will mostly
CONTINENTAL SCREW CONVEYOR Page 3 Bucket Elevator Manual INSTALLING BELT In the installation of elevator belts, certain general practices should be followed. The first is to be sure you select the best type of belt for the service to be performed. Consult your belt catalog or call your nearest belt distributor to check your selection.
The scope of this manual is to provide guidance for IMAS conveyor users on the field of handling, installation and maintenance of conveyor belting. Conveyor belt problems leading to shorten belt life and high operating costs, are usually the results of poor installation, arduous operation or inadequate maintenance.
Read this manual before using product Failure to follow instructions and safety precautions can result in serious injury death or property damage Keep manual for future reference BELT CONVEYORS HI ROLLER MINI ROLLER LO ROLLER HI LIFE ASSEMBLY OPERATION MAINTENANCE NORTH AMERICAN VERSION ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
poration line of Horizontal Screw Conveyors Inclined Screw Conveyors Vertical ScrewLift and Screw Conveyor Feeders These units are now used in virtually all industries as well as providing Original Equipment Manufacturers with specialized components to fit their design requirements It is sincerely hoped that you will find this manual
onveyor controls shall be so arranged that, in case of emergency stop, manual reset or start at the location where the emergency stop was initiated shall be required for the conveyors and associated equipment to resume operation. efore restarting a conveyor that has been stopped because of an emergency, an inspection of the conveyor shall
If effective belt pull F U cannot be calculated, maximum belt pull F 1 can be determined from the installed motor power P M as per the given formula and used to select a belt type. With calculable effective pull F U. Conveyor and processing belts accumulated goods