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2020. 12. 9. A conveyor belt used to carry material along an inclined flight. Sometimes called drift conveyor. See also under "Inclination". Snub pulley . A non-driven pulley located close to the drive pulley to provide a greater arc of contact around the drive pulley. Solid woven. A single ply ("monoply") interwoven fabric.
Incline Conveyor: A Conveyor transporting up a slope. Infeed End: The end of a conveyor be parts are fed on; Lacing: Means of joing the conveyor belt. Lagged Pulley: A coating applied to the drive drum to prevent the belt the belt from slipping ; Manual Start Switch: A simple switch used to start or stop the conveyor. Motors: Same as drive.
A conveyor belt having a tension bearing member of steel cords lying in the same plane with a definite spacing between the cords, elastomer between the cords
2016. 6. 17. Glossary of conveyor belt terms. 15/09/2014. Capacity. The material load on the belt, given in tons per hour (t/h). Carcass. The fabric, cord and/or metal reinforcing section of a belt, as distinguished from the rubber cover. The carcass provides the tensile strength to move the loaded belt. Carcasses. Carry cover. The material carrying side of a conveyor belt.
Conveyor belt-A length of flexible rubber belt that is stretched over a framework of rollers and pulleys and then made into a single piece by splicing its two ends together. Counterweight-The weight applied to a conveyor belt gravity take-up assembly to maintain proper belt tension. Cover-The outer layer of belting.
BELT DRIVE. Refers to Shuttleworth conveyor utilizing a line shaft along the length of the conveyor to power the transverse roller shafts on the surface of the conveyor. The Drive Belts link the line shaft to the roller shaft.
2021. 1. 11. Conveyor Components Locations and Terminology 1.HEAD/DRIVE PULLEY The pulley at the discharge ends of a conveyor belt; may be either and idler or a drive pulley. Usually it has a larger diameter than other pulleys in the system and is often lagged to increase traction and pulley life.
Conveyor belt facility which provides services ancillary to the manufacture of the belt, e.g. slitting belt to width (and cutting to length), installing mechanical belt fasteners, installing cleats, etc. Fastener A mechanical device for connecting the ends of a conveyor, transmission, or elevator belt. A Belt
2013. 9. 17. PN1000/4 designates a belt with four plies of polyester warp, nylon weft fabric and an ultimate full-belt tensile strength of 1000kN/m. Alternatively the belt can be often described as 4 ply PN250 where the strength of the individual plies is shown. The allowable working tensions allocated are shown in tables 1 and 2 in section 4. 1 1