ASGCO Chevron Belt Cleaner
Speed and Force Of Belt Rolling
The Chevron secondary conveyor belt cleaner uses the speed and force of the belt rolling over our patented rubber disks. The unique rotary fingers are forced against the base of the chevrons to dislodge material from the belt.
Chevron™ Belt Cleaner Features & Benefits
- Patented – concave shaped rubber discs perform a sweeping action to clean Chevron, raised top or grooved conveyor belts
- Sweeping Action – unique rotary fingers remove the carry-back and is designed to work only when the conveyor belt is running
- Easy Maintenance – no motors, air nozzles, or other problematic equipment to maintain
- Works Great – in the pulp and paper, fertilizer, potash, and other bulk material industries where chevron style belts are heavily used
- Solid or Notched – 8” (200mm) diameter abrasion resistant rubber disks are available depending on the spacing of the chevrons and the conveyor belt speed
- System – Single or dual system for better cleaning
- Available – in rubber, urethane, solid or notched disks
- Maximum Belt Speed – 500 (1.5 m/sec)
- Applications – Wood Processing, Mineral (Phosphate, Potash, Salt) Mining, Recycling
Unique rotary fingers are forced against the base of the chevrons to dislodge material from the belt.
- 8” abrasion resistant rubber disks provide a gentle, thorough squeegee action for very effective cleaning
- Disks are independently flexible so each disk rapidly adjusts to belt variation, wear and cupping
- Disks work well on vulcanized or mechanical splices
- Disk life is one to four years depending on material and operating conditions
- Handles corrosive and abrasive materials – wet or dry
- Notched disk for 1’foot pitched Chevron™ or less
- Solid disks for 2’ foot pitched Chevrons™ or more
Can We Help?
We would like to offer you a free site survey with a report and recommendations. We offer a pro rata payment plan where if you accept our recommendation you only pay the full price when we achieve our promised results.
We can work with you to achieve the planned maintenance program by making components last longer by the strategic use of hard metals/ceramics.