Additional conveyor component are available to complement our line of idlers and pulleys.
Impact bed assembly
The impact bed assembly extends belt life and reduces downtime by supporting the conveyor belt and cushioning it against the shock of heavy loads and impact. Its modular design allows multiple units to be closely fitted to form the bed length needed. The impact bed assembly is also offered with an impact center roll.
Slide seal assembly
The slide seal assembly is a simple and cost-effective way to provide continuous support of your conveyor belt against the skirting material, resulting in a positive seal. By using two standard troughing idler frames with center rolls and UHMW/steel support bars with support mounting brackets, this unit provides a positive seal in your loading area with reduced belt drag. For impact loading, refer to impact bed assembly.
Live shaft rolls
Live shaft rolls are utilized in extreme load conditions that exceed idler load ratings. Pillow blocks and roll diameters are appropriately sized for the application.
Hydra-Power belt trainer
The Hydra-Power belt trainer is a field-tested and proven unit for training the return strand of a difficult-to-train conveyor belt.
The Hydra-Power unit features:
- Conveyor widths up to 120”
- Belt speeds from 400 to 1000 FPM
- Ambient temperatures tolerance from -20° to 120°
The unit is a package of modular components that may be installed on both standard and non-standard horizontal conveyors whenever positive belt training is required to prolong conveyor belt life.
Standard Hydra-Power units are installed on channel, truss, or wire rope conveyor frames at any appropriate location. They may be used with one-way or reversible belts.
All the power necessary to activate and operate the Hydra-Power unit is generated by the conveyor belt; no outside power of any type is required.
Training action is positive and constant and is unaffected by such common operating problems as idler roll buildup, idler roll wear, or frayed belt edges. The Hydra-Power unit works where other training devices fail.
Low hydraulic pressure (125 PSI), quality components, and heavy construction contribute to minimum maintenance and maximum reliability under the most rugged operating conditions.