The solution to the problem of belt conveyor belt detachment

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When we use the belt conveyor, the belt sometimes deviates, so how to solve the problem of the deviation of the belt conveyor belt?

1. Adjust the position of the drive drum and rectifier drum
Adjustment of drive pulley and redirection is an important part of belt deviation adjustment. Because a belt conveyor has at least 2 to 5 rollers, the installation position of the rollers is perpendicular to the center line of the length direction of the belt conveyor. If the deflection is too large, deviation may occur. The adjustment method is similar to the roller set adjustment.

2. Adjust the carrier roller group
When the conveyor belt deviates from the middle of the entire belt conveyor, the deviation can be adjusted by adjusting the position of the roller set. During manufacture, the mounting holes on both sides of the roller group can be processed and adjusted.

3. Set the adjustment roller sleeve
There are many types of adjustment roller sets, such as intermediate hinge, 4 link, vertical roller, etc. Generally speaking, it is reasonable to use this method when the overall length of the belt conveyor is relatively short or when the belt conveyor works in both directions. This is because short belt conveyors are easier to comb and adjust. This method is not recommended for long belt conveyors. Because the use of the adjustment roller set will affect the life of the belt.

4. Tension adjustment
The adjustment of belt tension is a very important part of conveyor belt deviation adjustment. The two direction-changing rollers above the hammer stretch must be perpendicular to the vertical line of gravity in addition to the length of the belt. That is, the axis centerline must be horizontal. When using helical stretching or hydraulic cylinder stretching, the two bearing bases of the tension idler must be switched at the same time so that the roller axis is perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the belt.