MOTORIZED PULLEYS

Motorized pulleys for bulk handling

Rulmeca Motorized Pulleys were first produced in 1953, specifically for use on conveyors belt, with the achieved aim of launching one of the most reliable, effective and safe drive units than traditional ones throughout the world.

Rulmeca Motorized Pulleys are highly efficient hermetically sealed geared motor drives: all components (motor, gearbox and bearings) are totally enclosed and sealed inside a steel cylindrical shell. This special design results in compact and space saving, extremely safe, silent, low maintenance and versatile drive components for conveyors which are quick and simple to install, require virtually no maintenance and are suitable for plenty of applications. Indeed, Rulmeca catalogue of motorized pulleys counts different models and sizes designed for light, medium and heavy-duty conveyors to be installed in typically aggressive bulk applications. Thanks to their totally sealed enclosure, Rulmeca Motorized Pulleys are likely to be unaffected by harmful substances and aggressive environmental conditions like dust, water, oil, grease, chemicals, detergents, high-pressure cleaning operations, extreme temperatures and so on.

As further proof of their high quality, Rulmeca Motorized Pulleys are supplied with the degree of protection IP66/67, they are also in compliance with the Safety norm ANSI 535.4 and ISO 3864-2. Moreover, they are manufactured according to the Council Directives of the European Communities, particularly according to Directive 2006/95/EC relating to electrical equipment and according to Directive 2004/108/EC relating to electrical magnetic compatibility.

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MOTORIZED PULLEYS FOR BELT CONVEYORS – BULK

The Rulmeca Motorized Pulley was first produced in 1953 specifically for use on conveyors belt applications.

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