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Conveyor Belt Repair Examples:

 

Skirt damage repair - 140 metres boom conveyor belt


The conveyor belt had a worn out section that ran along the entire 140-metre length of the belt. The repair was required as a result of material build up between the hard skirt and the belt wearing away a 120mm (W) x 10mm (D) groove into the belt. Click here for more information.

Spot / Puncture repairs - 40 punctures over 30 metres


With more than 40 puncture repairs required on the conveyor belt as a result of material being caught between the belt and the pulley, we were able to provide an extremely quick, easy and cost effective solution to complete all the repairs. Click here form more information.

Complex edge repair - 10 metres x 20mm with exposed cable

 

A material loading facility required an edge repair to be completed to a damaged conveyor belt that had been cut away and had left the steel cable exposed. The repair was 10 metres in length and required the edge to be built out 20mm and encase the steel cable. Click here for more information.

 

Skirt damage repair - 96 metres x 150mm x 12mm


The conveyor belt had a worn out section that ran along the entire 96-metre length of the belt. The repair was required as a result of the hard skirt wearing away a 100mm (W) x 15mm (D) groove into the belt. Click here for more information.

Edge seal - 700 metres


Our customer required the edge of the conveyor belt to be resealed because the 2mm protective rubber edge had been removed from the edge of the conveyor belt. This repair was required so as to prevent moisture from penetrating the fabric and delaminating the rubber. Click here for more information.

 

Edge damage repair - 14 metres


The conveyor belt had drifted off the rollers, causing considerable damage to the edge of the belt. The repair was required so as to avoid the damaged edge of the belt tearing away and potential ripping out the cable. Click here for more information.

Splice damage

 

The conveyor belt on the crusher had torn at the splice joint, bringing the machinery and earth moving to a stand still. Rather than replace the belt, we were asked to repair the belt so they could use it for another three months of production. Click here for more information.

Edge repair (shark bite) to a fabric belt - 60 metres x 2mm

 

Our customer required an edge of the conveyor belt to be rebuilt after only having the belt running for 6 months. The repair was 60 metres in length and required the edge to be built out 2mm to encase the fabric in the belt. Click here for more informaiton.