How To Debug The Conveyor Belt?

- Jun 01, 2018-

How to debug the conveyor belt?


The conveyor belt is the key equipment of the conveyor system. Its safe and stable operation directly affects the production operation. The deviation of the conveyor belt is the most common failure of the belt conveyor. Its timely and accurate treatment is the guarantee for its safe and stable operation. There are many phenomena and causes of deviation, and different adjustment methods must be adopted according to different deviation phenomenon and reasons in order to effectively solve the problem.


For the head roller such as the conveyor belt to the right side of the roller deviation, the right bearing seat should move forward, the left side of the conveyor belt to the roller deviation after repeated adjustment until the conveyor belt to a more ideal position. It is best to install its position accurately before adjusting the drive or reversing rollers. The error in the outer surface of the drum, uneven sticking, or wear causes the diameter to be different, and the conveyor belt will be deflected toward the larger diameter side. That is, the so-called "run big and do not run small." For this kind of situation, the solution is to clean the surface of the drum sticky material, processing errors and uneven wear and tear will have to be replaced and re-processed plastic processing.


Rubber Rough Top Conveyor Belt Manufacturers Supply Belts For Carton/Printing Industry NBE-Y70/D.jpgThe position of blanking at the point of reloading causes a deviation of the conveyor belt. The position of blanking of the material at the point of reloading has a great influence on the deviation of the conveyor belt, especially when the upper conveyor is perpendicular to the projection of the conveyor at the horizontal plane. More impact. The relative heights of the upper and lower belt conveyors at the transfer point should generally be considered. The lower the relative height, the greater the horizontal speed component of the material, and the greater the lateral impact force Fc on the lower belt, and at the same time the material is difficult to center. The material on the cross section of the conveyor belt is deflected, and the horizontal force of the impact force eventually causes the belt to run off. If the material is skewed to the right, the belt is deflected to the left and vice versa. For deviations in this situation, the relative heights of the two conveyors should be increased as much as possible during the design process. In the space-constrained belt conveyor, the form and size of the upper and lower hoppers, the feed chutes, etc. should be carefully considered. The width of the general guide groove should be about three-fifths of the belt width. In order to reduce or avoid the deviation of the belt, the material blocking material can be added to the material to change the direction and position of the material.