• Troughing idlers

    Troughing idlers shape the belt to support a moving load without spillage or damage to the belt.


    Impact idlers absorb the shock of falling material at loading and transfer points to protect belt from damage. Discs are hammerhead shaped and spaced to allow deflection for shock cushioning.

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    These idlers automatically maintain been alignment on one-way or reversible belt conveyors. When a belt travels off-center, the belt edge contacts one of the vertical guide rolls which activates a brake to retard rotation of the adjacent inclined end roll This creates a drag between roller and belt, swiveling the idler about its central axis in the direction of belt travel. This action automatically realigns the belt.

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  • flat belt idler

    These idlers support flat belts for conveying materials such as packages, pulpwood. logs, plywood, lumber, gypsum boards and slabs of concrete.

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  • Flexlifter2

    Conveyor Belt Lifter

    The Flex-Lifter makes beltline maintenance taskes easier, faster and most importantly SAFER

    Key Features and Benefits:

    • Easy to use-The tool can be operated with a drill motor, ratchet or impact wrench along with the appropriate socket.
    • Works on a range of conveyors-The medium model is for belt widths 36"-60", and the Large model is for belt widths 48"-72". Adjustable length extension legs slide out to fit the conveyor structure.
    • Compact-Fits easily into confined areas.
    • Transportable-The tool can be carried to the job site and easily placed into position on the conveyor structure.
    • Won't damage the belt-Lifts the belt from underneath. Does not clamp onto the belt's edges or cover.

  • raceway1

    Extruded UHMW-PE Raceway with Aluminum Reinforcement