Rubber Lagged Drum Pulley by GCS
The Conveyor Drum Pulley is the main part for transmitting the power, as per the different carrying capacities, the driving pulley can be divided into three categories: Light-duty,medium-duty, and heavy-duty, and for the same diameter of the pulley, there are many different axle diameters and central spans.
The surface treatment of the driving pulley can be smooth steel, herringbone, or rhombic rubber lagging, the smooth steel pulley is available for the place which environment is a small power, small belt width, and dry, the herringbone rubber lagging has a big friction factor, better anti-slippery and drainage ability,but it has its own directions, the rhombic rubber lagging is available for two-way operating conveyors, the vulcanized rubber lagged pulley is mostly used for important applications.
The turning pulley is used for changing the direction of the belt running or increasing the wrap angle between the conveyor belt and the driving pulley As per different carrying capacities, the bend pulley can be divided into three categories: light-duty, medium-duty, and heavy-duty.
The pulley which from GCS conveyor roller manufacturers is used for extending the contact surface is usually used for below or equal to 45-degree bending. The surface treatment of the bend pulley can be smooth steel and fat rubber lagging.
1.What is head pulley and tail pulley?
Conveyor pulleys are designed to be used in belt conveyor systems as drives, to redirect, to provide tension, or to help track the conveyor belt. Conveyor pulleys are used for different purposes than conveyor pulleys. Please refer to What is head pulley and tail pulley?
2.What are the different types of pulleys in a belt conveyor?
There are head pulley, tail pulley, snub pulley. wing pulley and take-up pulley. More information in What are the different types of pulleys in a belt conveyor?
3.What is a drum pulley?
Pulleys are simple machines that can change the direction of forces, making it easier for us to move objects. More detail please refer to What is a drum pulley?