Impact rollers with rubber rings

Impact rollers consist of the basic steel PSV rollers design, on which are fitted rings, designed to resist and absorb the pressure given by the impact of materials onto the belt.

Impact rollers with rubber rings

  • HIGHER QUALITY RUBBER RINGS, RESPECT COMPETITORS
  • SOLID RUBBER RINGS FIXATION BY HIGH STEEL STOP RING, WELDED TO THE SHELL
  • HIGHLY EFFICIENT & HERMETIC SEALING SYSTEM → LONG LIFE ROLLER

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The shock absorbing rollers, more often known as “impact rollers” consist of a base steel roller design, on which are fitted rings, designed to resist and absorb the pressures given by the impact of materials onto the belt.
These rollers are positioned in the carrying section of the belt, corresponding to the point of loading where the material falls onto it.

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The long-term relationships of RULMECA to the owner of the opencast mine as well as to the service provider for the overburden excavation and the associated very good experiences with RULMECA products made SAHAKOL easy to make the decision.

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