Guide rollers

Guide rollers

Guide rollers

  • VERY SOLID HIGH WALL THICKNESS, RESISTANT TO BELT EDGE WEAR
  • TOP CLOSED TIGHT SHELL + SMOOTH ROTATION DUE TO CONTACLESS SEALS
  • STANDARD + ALL REQUESTED EXECUTIONS (EX, FOR PIPE CONV.)

Other information about the product

For various reasons, the conveyor belt may at times, tend to drift laterally.
In these cases it is possible to utilise vertical rollers with cantilevered spindles, these are generally known as belt guide rollers.
It is necessary however to pay particular attention to the use to which these rollers are put, so that the forces on the guide roller by the belt do not damage the belt edge.
In other words, guiding does not eliminate the true reason for the belt tracking off.
Consequently, the belt may ride over the guide roller or become distorted against it.
For these reasons it is advisable to always use guide rollers on the most suitable transom, the self-centralising, transom which rotates automatically whenever the belt tracks off conveyor centre and
self-corrects.

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Case history

Customers in Thailand rely on proven products!

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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