Lagging Decreases Downtime
Lagging increases the traction between the belt and the pulley, which in turn reduces load and wear on the drive, belt, pulleys, bearings, and
take-up. Proper selection is integral to highly efficient and economical conveyor operation.
- Benefits of pulley lagging
- Recommendations for application
- Lagging specification tips
Conveyor Pulley Manufacturing: Superior’s Tried & True Approach
Pulleys are the heart of any conveying system and maximum life is essential to cost-efficient, high-capacity production.
Dry Bulk Conveyors: Basic Design For Better Maintenance
Designing a conveyor to be maintenance friendly means providing adequate provisions for necessary service from the onset.
Conveyor Wing Pulleys: Extend Belt Life with V-Shaped Model
It is common for operations to stick with traditional conveyor components even though they are causing maintenance challenges.
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