Whether your requirements are for long, high tension conveyors handling bulk materials outdoors or small conveyors moving parts and boxes in a factory environment, we can help you. Our belts are available with many different reinforcement plies such as polyester, nylon, monofilament and steel cable, and with different compounds including oil or heat resistant rubber, PVC, urethane and carboxylated nitrile. We also offer all of the fasteners and tools you will need to splice your belts or we can vulcanize the belts endless in our shop or in the field. Additionally, we offer conveyor components such as pulleys, idlers and take-ups.
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Consult your Goodyear representative for specific information on belting manufactured in other locations. I Introduction. II Definitions. III Coefficient of Friction. IV Tension Relationships ".. Tension VI Creep".
Na rural Rubber. Ethylene Propylene.. Urethane Fluoroelastorners. Carcass Fabrics.. Design and Manufacturing Limitations. Molded Belts ,. Basic Design Considerations '. Minimum Ply. Maximum Ply. Flex Life. Covers II G. Other Considerations. Procedure for Selecting Belt '. Data Tabulation.
Width and Speed Selection. Log Handling Belts C. I Conveyor Power. Q Factor and Belt Weight.. Components of Belt Friction E. Empty Conveyor Friction Force 64 F. Load Friction Force G. Force or Power Due to Grade. Additional Force or Power for Trippers. Effective Belt Tension and Belt Horsepower. Drive Losses Not Transmitted by Belt. Effect of Belt Speed. On Power. On Tension. Slack Side Tension. Tension Due to Weight of Belt on Slope. Method of Calculation.
Method of Calculation C. Example of Coasting Calculation. Fatigue of Duck C. Vulnerability to Accidental Damage. Splice Limitations. Pulley Bending Forces. Lateral Mal-dist ribution of Tension. Quality Levels.
Carcass Quality C. Special Purpose Belts. Hot Materials and High. Bearing Materials Single Pulley Drive Pulley Diameters,. Pulley Crown. General , ,. General ,. Electrical, Fluid, and Centrifugal. Progressive Movements of Belt During Start.. Manual Takeup Automatic Takeup ,.. Amount of Belt Stretch. I Loading. Skirt Boards D. Diameter of Idler Rolls 1.
Carrying Idlers C. Idler Spacing E. General B. Aligning Problems in Reversing Conveyors 1 C. Spacing of Self-Aligning Idlers. Brushes Loca tion of Cleaners. Cleaning Pulley Side of Belt. Restraint of Decline Conveyors. Recommended Terminal Pulley Location C. Minimum Recommended Transition Distances D. Twist Length Calculations.. I Determination of Belt Length, , , ,.. II Handling the Roll of Belting. General , , ,.. Pulling the Belt on the Conveyor.
General, , , ,.. Measuring Splicing Tension ,. Tensioning Plylon Belts. Types of Fasteners. Fastener Limitations. Length of Splices.. Belt Splicing Equipment , Limitations On Use of Vulcanized Splices.. General , , ,. Factors Affecting Training of a Belt. I General.. Emergency Stop Switches. Belt Crossover Stile. Pulley Guards , ,. Painting Pulley or Idler Heads ,. Limit Switches,. Rip Protection,..
Slip Protection , , , , ,.. Sequence Protection.. Overspeed Protection.. Chute Plugging and Full Bin Protection.. Emergency Stopping , , ' , ,.
Goodyear Conveyor Handbook