Idlers & Brackets
Rollers for bulk handling
Rollers, very often, represent a high investment in the overall requirements of the project design of a belt conveyor installation.
The choice of high quality rollers that guarantee an adequate working life with the result that equipment may function without the business of the plant being interrupted.
It has been well proven that considering the overall economies in today’s modern conveyors, their life and efficiency depends to a great deal on the choice of quality rollers, accurately manufactured using highly selected materials.
Of particular importance in the search for efficiency is the sealing system that protects the roller bearings.Idler Frameprime precisions supplies a wide variety of various types of modular conveyor structure, for overland and underground conveyors both roof slung and floor mounted.
Roof slung structure
- No nuts and bolts
- No tools required
- Lightweight- Heavy duty
- Easy and quick installation
- Variable idler pitch
- Variable height
Floor mounted structures
- Fixed or adjustable
- Tubular, angle iron or channel design
- Wide range of designs giving most economic mass to weight ratio
Roof slung and floor mounted
- Can be roof hung, floor mounted or a combination of both
- Easy and quick to install
- Light weight – heavy duty
- Adaptable to difficult underground conditions
Conventional and “Belt Saver” type conveyor structure is manufactured and supplied in painted or galvanized finish. The Belt Saver frames protect the belt if the conveyor rolls were to come out of the frames.
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece(s)
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 1NO
HDPE rollers offer many advantages over traditional steel rollers in a variety of environmental conditions.
Conveyed material will adhere more readily to steel rollers and will create an uneven and imbalanced surface, resulting in improper belt tracking and conveyed substance spillage.
Also, steel rollers suffer from the adverse effects of rust and corrosion from high moisture/high humidity environments. This rust and corrosion lead to belt failure from damaged rollers. These negative effects force steel rollers to be replaced much sooner than HDPE rollers, resulting in more down time, less productivity and higher overall costs. HDPE rollers do not rust or corrode from use in or near wet conditions and therefore last longer than their steel counterparts.