Pully Lagging

Ceramic pulley lagging

  • Reduced take up masses due to increased traction.
  • Reduced belt tension leads to increased belt and pulley life.
  • Greatly reduced wear and slippage.

Ceramics used for three different pulley lagging concepts

  • Ceramic Lagging
  • Rubber Baked Ceramic Lagging
  • Non Drive Lagging

 


Ceramic lagging
  • High-density ceramic tiles with studs create a rough surface for maximum traction.
  • Studs with rounded edges.
  • Tiles fitted directly to steel surface using KRAM Hi-bond epoxy.
  • Bond between steel-ceramics is much stronger than between rubber-ceramics.
  • Allows for water dissipation and surface flexing of the pulley face.
  • Local damage to the pulley lagging can be repaired quickly.
Rubber backed ceramic lagging
  • High-density ceramic tiles with studs vulcanised into rubber backing.
  • 1200mm x 600mm mouldings which can easily be split.
  • Maximum ceramic-rubber adhesion through specially formulated primer.
  • Tested by the SABS.

Non-drive lagging

  • Flat ceramic tiles fitted directly to steel surface.
  • Reduced adhesion to pulley surface reduces wear.
  • Improves conveyor belt tracking.
  • Local damage can be repaired without replacement of complete lagging.

 

   
 
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