Reduce Slipping and Downtime with conveyer belt

SANTEK EQUIPMENTS PVT.LTD.Urban and Civil

Sep 4, 2019 (13 days and 11 hours ago)

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A pioneer in the engineered wood products sector they had been having difficulties with their construction materials slipping in their conveyor belt. Sparks managed to think of a remedy to fix their problems in addition to rescue them downtime.

Reduce Slipping and Downtime with conveyer belt

A pioneer in the engineered wood products sector they had been having difficulties with
their construction materials slipping in their conveyor belt. Sparks managed to think of a
remedy to fix their problems in addition to rescue them downtime.

The Business
A pioneer in the engineered
industrial conveyor rollers
sector they grind logs up to 2-4"
size processors to generate a product named SmartSide trim and siding for homes. This
item begins as a 6" thick mat of wood chips, which is then impregnated with an
assortment of binders, insect bites, etc.. The mat of wood chips is then compacted into
normal timber contours and profiles.
Louisiana Pacific had been with Carboxylated nitrile onto a 72" wide conveyor. This belt
was be slippery that was causing the boards or sheets of SmartSide to slide around the
belt when driving into the next processing point.
Sparks decided to change the Present LP belt into a Economy Ruff Tan belt that has high
gripping capacity. The group at LP really enjoyed the greater gripping of the belt. By
switching into a milder cover demanding shirt that could take care of some abrasion,
better grasp without early wear has been attained. The product was doing very well.
By having better pay "grip" With this buckle, it retains the sheets or boards from
multiplying as they move, which averts time. Sparks managed to resolve the slipping
dilemma for Louisiana Pacific by implementing the right merchandise to the program.
The Client is planning to change more software for this new belt because of better.