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Pellet conveyor on sales Introduce the treatment method of conveyor belt deviation

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During use, if the conveyor deviates, the following inspections should be made to determine the cause and make adjustments. Do you know the parts and treatment methods that are often checked for the deviation of the conveyor belt? Let's follow the pellet conveyor on sales editor for a brief understanding of it!
1. Check the misalignment between the lateral centerline of the idler and the longitudinal centerline of the belt conveyor. If the misalignment value exceeds 3mm, it should be adjusted using the long mounting holes on both sides of the idler set. The specific method is which side of the conveyor belt is biased, which side of the idler group moves forward in the direction of the conveyor belt, or the other side moves backward.

2. Check the deviation value of the two planes of the head and tail frame mounting bearing seats. If the deviation of the two planes is greater than 1mm, the two planes should be adjusted in the same plane. The adjustment method of the head drum is: if the conveyor belt deviates to the right side of the drum, the bearing seat on the right side of the drum should move forward or the left bearing seat should move backward; if the conveyor belt deviates to the left side of the drum, the The bearing housing on the left side of the drum should move forward or the right bearing housing back. The adjustment method of the tail roller is just the opposite of that of the head roller.
3. Check the position of the material on the conveyor belt. The material is not centered on the cross section of the conveyor belt, which will cause the conveyor belt to deviate.
The above is the small series of pellet conveyor on sales: a brief introduction to the inspection and processing methods of conveyor belt deviation.