China Standard Belt Conveyor Accessory Snub Conveyor Pulley for Belt Conveyor belt pulley

Product Description

Head Drive Pulley, Return Pulley,Bend Pulley, Snub Pulley,Tensioning Pulley, Take up Pulley can be provided. We are designing and manufacturing pulleys, using materials of the highest quality in a production process employing advanced technology. This together with the application of the Quality Assurance system certifi ed to ISO 9001:2015, contributes to the production of high quality products offering dependable, long life performance in the field and appreciably reducing maintenance cost. Each our conveyor pulley is individually computer designed to meet the client’s requirements.

Product Name

Belt Conveyor Pulley Drum

Type

Drive Pulley, Bend Pulley,Snub Pulley,Take Up Pulley

Length

200mm-2500mm

Materials

Carbon steel, Stainless steel, Rubber

Surface Treatment

Smooth, CHINAMFG grooved lagging, Herringbone lagging, Ceramic lagging

Welding

Submerged Arc Welding

Bearing

Famous brands

Structure

Tube,shaft,self-aligning bearing,bearing seat/house,hub, locking bushing,end disc

Drive Pulley Introduction:

1. Head/Drive Pulley is located at the discharge terminus of the conveyor. 
2. Drive pulley provides the driving force for the conveyor. In order to increase pulley life and traction, it often has a larger diameter than other pulleys.
3. We can supply pulleys with hot vulcanized rubber lagging, plain or grooved, as required by client. Different patterns of grooving such as herringbone or CHINAMFG can be provided to increase tractive friction under dirty or wet conditions. CHINAMFG grooves have the advantage of being installed in any orientation, regardless of belt direction.

Specification of Drive Head Pulley Drum

Belt Width 500-2800mm (19-110 inch)
Pulley Length 500-3500mm (19-138 inch)
Diameter 200-1800mm (8-70 inch)
Standard ISO9001:2008, CEMA, DIN, TUV, JIS, AS/NS, etc.
Working Life More than 30,000 hours.
Surface Flat Rubber Lagged, Ceramic Lagged, CHINAMFG Rubber Lagged, etc.
Main Material Carbon Steel
Length of conveyor drive pulley depends on the width of conveyor Belt. You can get drive pulleys with hot & cold vulcanized rubber lagging, plain or grooved, as required by client.

Bend Pulley Introduction:

1. The bend pulley  is used for changing the direction of the belt.
2. The bend pulley is usually installed at the tail part or the vertical take-up equipment part when the belt direction need to 180°bending. It will be installed above the take-up equipment part while 90°bending.
3. The pulley, which is used for extending the contact surface, is usually used for below or equal to 45 degree bending.
4. The surface treatment of the bend pulley can be smooth steel and flat rubber lagging. 

Specification of Bend Pulley:

Belt Width 500-2800mm(19-110 inch)
Pulley Length 500-3200mm(19-126 inch)
Diameter 200-1800mm(8-70 inch)
Standard ISO9001:2008, CEMA, DIN, TUV, etc.
Working Life More than 30,000 hours.
Surface Flat Rubber Lagged, Ceramic Lagged, CHINAMFG Rubber Lagged, etc.
Main Material Carbon Steel
Length of conveyor bend pulley depends on the width of conveyor Belt. You can get drive pulleys with hot vulcanized rubber lagging, plain or grooved, as required by client.

Snub Pulley
Snub pulley is used to achieve higher angle of wrap on the drive pulley thereby increasing the traction. It also reduces the belt tension maximizing the life of the conveyor component.It is mounted close to the drive pulley on the return side of the belt.

Specification of Snub Pulley:

Items Content
Belt Width 500-2800mm (19-110 inch)
Pulley Length 500-3200mm (19-126 inch)
Diameter 200-1800mm (8-70 inch)
Standard ISO9001:2008, CEMA, DIN, TUV, etc.
Working Life More than 30,000 hours.
Surface Flat Rubber Lagged, Ceramic Lagged, CHINAMFG Rubber Lagged, etc.
Main Material Carbon Steel
Length of conveyor Snubpulley depends on the width of conveyor Belt. You can get Snubpulleys with hot vulcanized rubber lagging, plain or grooved, as required by client.

Take Up Pulley 
The take up pulley will ensure adequate tension of the belt leaving the drive pulley so as to avoid any slippage of the belt, ensure proper belt tension at the loading and other points along the conveyor, compensate for changes in belt length due to elongation, and provide extra length of belt when necessary for splicing purpose.

Specification of take up pulley drum:

Belt Width 500-2800mm(19-110 inch)
Pulley Length 500-3200mm(19-126 inch)
Diameter 200-1800mm(8-70 inch)
Standard ISO9001:2008, CEMA, DIN, TUV, etc.
Working Life More than 30,000 hours.
Surface Flat Rubber Lagged, Ceramic Lagged, CHINAMFG Rubber Lagged, etc.
Main Material Carbon Steel

The components of a pulley drum include the following:

Drum or Shell The drum is the portion of the pulley in direct contact with the belt. The shell is fabricated from either a rolled sheet of steel or from hollow steel tubing.The shell has a specific ‘face’ width and diameter which is determined by the width of the belting and the type and rating of the belt to be used on the conveyor.
Diaphragm Plates The diaphragm or end plates of a pulley are circular discs which are fabricated from thick steel plate and which are welded into the shell at each end, to strengthen the drum.The end plates are bored in their centre to accommodate the pulley shaft and the hubs for the pulley locking elements.
Shaft The shaft is designed to accommodate all the applied forces from the belt and / or the drive unit, with minimum deflection.The shaft is located and locked to the hubs of the end discs by means of a locking elements.
The shaft is supported on both ends by bearings which are housed in plummer blocks, to support the shaft and pulley assembly on the conveyor structure.
Shafts often comprise different diameters along their length due to the bending moments and resultant deflection limitations. The diameter of the shaft at the landings for the bearings may be smaller to satisfy the necessary bearing diameter which is more cost-effective (smaller).
Similarly in the case of a drive shaft, the drive attachment, may be different to the other diameters along the shaft and hence pulley shafts are often stepped.
Locking Elements These are high-precision manufactured items which are fitted over the shaft and into the pulley hubs. The locking elements attach the pulley firmly to the shaft via the end plates.Locking elements work on the friction-grip principle whereby the element is able to be fastened to the shaft and hub simultaneously and concentrically, by tightening a series of screws around the locking element.
Hubs The hubs are fabricated and machined housings which are welded into the end plates. The hubs are sized according to the size of the pulley, the diameter of the shaft and the size of the locking element which is required for the specific duty.
Lagging It is sometimes necessary or desirable to improve the friction between the conveyor belt and the pulley in order to improve the torque that can be transmitted through a drive pulley.Improved traction over a pulley also assists with the training of the belt.
In such cases pulley drum surfaces are ‘lagged’ or covered in a rubberized material. This cover is usually 8 mm to 12 mm thick and can be plain or have a grooved pattern. The rubber lagging is vulcanized to the pulley shell to ensure that it remains attached under adverse operating conditions.
Bearing Assemblies Bearings support the rotating shaft and hence the pulley. The bearings are housed in ‘plummer blocks’ which enable the mass of the pulley assembly plus the belt tension forces to be transmitted to the pulley supporting structure.Plummer blocks are often bolted to ‘sole plates’ which are welded to the structure.
The sole plates incorporate jacking screws to enable the pulley to be correctly and relatively easily aligned.

Several types of bearing housing, seals and end disc:

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Pulley Drums:

Our Products: Belt Conveyors, Pulley Drum, Conveyor Rollers Idler,  etc.

Material: Stainless Steel
Surface Treatment: Polishing
Motor Type: Frequency Control Motor
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grooved pulley

What are some real-world examples of grooved pulley applications in various industries?

Grooved pulleys find widespread applications across various industries due to their efficiency, reliability, and versatility. Here are some real-world examples of grooved pulley applications in different industries:

1. Automotive Industry:

– Grooved pulleys are used in engine systems to drive various components such as the alternator, water pump, power steering pump, and air conditioning compressor. They ensure efficient power transmission and contribute to the overall performance of the vehicle.

2. Industrial Machinery:

– Conveyor Systems: Grooved pulleys are employed in conveyor systems to drive and guide belts, allowing for the smooth movement of materials or products in industries such as manufacturing, mining, and logistics.

– Printing Presses: Grooved pulleys are used in printing presses to drive the paper feed and control the precise movement of paper, ensuring accurate registration and high-quality printing.

– Packaging Machinery: Grooved pulleys are utilized in packaging machinery to drive belts that control the movement of packaging materials, such as cartons, bottles, or pouches, through various stages of the packaging process.

3. HVAC Systems:

– Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems use grooved pulleys to drive components such as fans and blowers. These pulleys enable efficient power transmission, ensuring proper air circulation and temperature control in commercial and residential buildings.

4. Agricultural Equipment:

– Farm machinery, including tractors, combines, and harvesters, employs grooved pulleys to drive various components such as belts, augers, and cutting mechanisms. Grooved pulleys enable reliable power transmission and facilitate the efficient operation of agricultural equipment.

5. Material Handling:

– Forklifts and other material handling equipment use grooved pulleys to drive lifting mechanisms, conveyors, and other components involved in the movement and transportation of goods within warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing facilities.

6. Mining and Construction:

– Grooved pulleys are utilized in mining and construction equipment, such as crushers, screens, and conveyors, to drive belts and facilitate the movement and processing of bulk materials, rocks, or aggregates.

7. Robotics and Automation:

– Grooved pulleys play a vital role in robotic systems and automated machinery by driving belts or timing systems. They ensure precise movement, synchronization, and positioning of robotic arms, actuators, or other components.

8. Fitness Equipment:

– Treadmills, exercise bikes, and other fitness equipment incorporate grooved pulleys to drive belts or cables, facilitating smooth and controlled movement during workouts.

These examples represent just a few of the many applications of grooved pulleys in various industries. The versatility and reliability of grooved pulley systems make them a fundamental component in a wide range of equipment and machinery, enabling efficient power transmission, precise movement, and reliable operation across diverse industrial sectors.

grooved pulley

What maintenance procedures are necessary to ensure the reliability of grooved pulleys?

Maintaining grooved pulleys is essential to ensure their long-term reliability and optimal performance. Proper maintenance procedures help prevent premature wear, minimize downtime, and extend the lifespan of the pulleys. Here’s a detailed explanation of the maintenance procedures necessary to ensure the reliability of grooved pulleys:

1. Regular Inspection:

Perform regular visual inspections of grooved pulleys to identify any signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Check for cracks, corrosion, excessive wear on the grooves or belt contact surfaces, and any abnormalities in the pulley structure. Inspect the pulleys for proper alignment and ensure that they are securely mounted. Early detection of any issues allows for timely corrective actions, reducing the risk of failures or system downtime.

2. Belt Tension Checks:

Monitor the tension of the belts connected to the grooved pulleys regularly. Proper belt tension is crucial for efficient power transmission and to prevent slippage. Use appropriate tension measuring tools or follow manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure the belts are within the specified tension range. Loose or excessively tight belts can lead to reduced performance, increased wear on pulleys and belts, and potential belt failure.

3. Belt Cleaning and Lubrication:

Clean the belts and grooved pulleys periodically to remove dirt, debris, and built-up residues. Use a suitable belt cleaning solution and follow manufacturer’s guidelines for belt cleaning procedures. Lubricate the grooved pulleys, if necessary, with a compatible lubricant to reduce friction and wear. Avoid over-lubrication, as excessive lubricant can attract more dirt and debris, leading to accelerated wear.

4. Belt Replacement:

Monitor the condition of the belts connected to grooved pulleys and replace them when signs of wear, cracking, fraying, or other damage are observed. Over time, belts can stretch, lose their tension, or deteriorate due to environmental factors or operational stresses. Replace the belts with compatible ones of the correct size, type, and specifications as recommended by the manufacturer.

5. Pulley Alignment:

Ensure proper alignment of grooved pulleys to prevent belt misalignment, excessive wear, and premature failure. Misaligned pulleys can cause the belts to run off-track and lead to reduced power transmission efficiency and increased stress on the pulleys and belts. Use alignment tools or techniques such as laser alignment to align the pulleys accurately, following manufacturer’s guidelines.

6. Pulley Cleaning and Inspection:

Clean the grooved pulleys regularly to remove any accumulated dirt, dust, or debris. Use a brush or compressed air to clean the grooves, ensuring that they are free from obstructions that can affect belt traction. Inspect the grooves for signs of wear, damage, or material buildup. Remove any foreign objects or buildup that may hinder the proper functioning of the pulleys.

7. Check for Pulley Runout:

Inspect the grooved pulleys for runout, which refers to any wobbling or eccentric movement of the pulley during rotation. Excessive runout can cause belt tracking issues, uneven wear, and increased stress on the pulleys and belts. Use dial indicators or other measurement tools to check for runout and take corrective measures if necessary, such as pulley replacement or adjustment.

8. Environmental Considerations:

Consider the environmental conditions in which the grooved pulleys operate and take appropriate measures to protect them. For example, in dusty environments, install protective covers or enclosures to prevent the ingress of dust and debris. In corrosive environments, use pulleys made from corrosion-resistant materials or apply suitable coatings to enhance their resistance to corrosion.

9. Record Keeping:

Maintain records of maintenance activities, including inspection dates, belt replacements, alignment checks, and any repairs or adjustments made to the pulleys. This documentation helps establish a maintenance history and facilitates tracking the performance and condition of the grooved pulleys over time. It also serves as a reference for future maintenance and troubleshooting purposes.

10. Manufacturer’s Guidelines:

Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines, recommendations, and specifications for maintenance procedures specific to the grooved pulleys being used. Manufacturers often provide detailed instructions regarding maintenance intervals, lubrication requirements, cleaning methods, and other important considerations. Adhering to these guidelines ensures that the maintenance procedures are performed correctly and in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

In summary, maintaining the reliability of grooved pulleys requires regular inspection, proper belt tension checks, belt cleaning and lubrication, timely belt replacements, pulley alignment, pulley cleaning and inspection, checking for pulley runout, considering environmental conditions, maintaining maintenance records, andfollowing the manufacturer’s guidelines. By implementing these maintenance procedures, you can ensure that grooved pulleys operate reliably, minimize the risk of failures, and optimize their performance and lifespan.

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Can you explain the design features and advantages of grooved pulleys?

Grooved pulleys, also known as V-groove pulleys, are designed with specific features that offer several advantages in various applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of the design features and advantages of grooved pulleys:

1. Groove Configuration:

Grooved pulleys feature one or more grooves along their circumference. These grooves are typically V-shaped, although there are variations such as double V-grooves or multi-groove configurations. The V-shaped grooves are precision-engineered to match the corresponding V-belts or V-ribbed belts. The angle and depth of the grooves are designed to optimize the grip and contact area between the pulley and the belt, ensuring efficient power transmission.

2. Belt Traction:

One of the key advantages of grooved pulleys is their ability to provide enhanced belt traction. The V-grooves create multiple contact points between the pulley and the belt, increasing the friction and grip. This improved traction prevents belt slippage, which is especially important in applications with high loads, torque, or speed. The increased traction ensures reliable power transmission and reduces the risk of power loss or inefficiency.

3. Alignment and Tracking:

Grooved pulleys assist in belt alignment and tracking. The V-grooves guide the V-belt or V-ribbed belt, helping to keep it centered on the pulley. This alignment feature reduces the chances of the belt wandering or slipping off the pulley, even during operation under varying loads or conditions. Proper alignment and tracking lead to smooth and consistent power transmission, minimizing vibrations and extending the lifespan of both the belt and the pulley.

4. Load Distribution:

The grooves in grooved pulleys aid in distributing the load evenly across the belt’s surface. As the belt sits within the grooves, the contact area between the belt and the pulley increases. This broader contact area allows for better load distribution, reducing stress concentration on specific points of the belt. The even load distribution helps prevent premature wear and damage to both the belt and the pulley, enhancing their longevity and reliability.

5. Noise Reduction:

Grooved pulleys can contribute to noise reduction in mechanical systems. The V-grooves help dampen vibrations and minimize noise generated during power transmission. The belt’s secure grip within the grooves reduces the chances of belt slippage and the associated noise. This feature is particularly beneficial in applications where a quiet operating environment is desired, such as in residential or commercial settings.

6. Versatility:

Grooved pulleys are available in various sizes and configurations, making them versatile for different applications. Whether it’s a single-groove pulley for light-duty applications or a multi-groove pulley for heavy-duty industrial systems, there are options to accommodate specific belt requirements and power transmission needs. This versatility allows grooved pulleys to be used in a wide range of industries, including automotive, manufacturing, HVAC, and more.

7. Maintenance and Replacement:

When it comes to maintenance and replacement, grooved pulleys offer convenience. The design allows for easy belt installation and removal. V-belts or V-ribbed belts can be quickly placed within the grooves or removed when necessary, simplifying maintenance tasks and reducing downtime. Additionally, grooved pulleys are readily available in the market, making it convenient to find replacements when needed.

In summary, the design features and advantages of grooved pulleys include their groove configuration optimized for specific belts, enhanced belt traction, alignment and tracking assistance, load distribution capabilities, noise reduction properties, versatility for different applications, and convenience in maintenance and replacement. These features make grooved pulleys reliable and efficient components for power transmission systems, contributing to smooth operation, extended belt and pulley life, and overall system performance.

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editor by CX

2023-11-07