PULLEY LAGGING

PULLEY LAGGING

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Pulley lagging protects and increases the life of your conveyor belt and pulleys by absorbing the wear between these interfacing components. In addition the products we supply are designed to improve resistance to slippage, corrosion and abrasion coupled with greater shedding capabilities.

In an industry where reliability is crucial and the unplanned down time can result in millions of dollars lost over a single day, ANCO Industries focuses on supplying pulley lagging that is engineered to last as long as the mechanical components on the pulley.
Rubber strip lagging is cold bonded to the pulley shell. It is manufactured in an easily handled 250mm wide strip and in either diamond or plain pattern. These patterns have excellent shedding capabilities minimising build-up on the conveyor pulley.
Ceramic lagging is available in either dimpled or plain tile and is designed to be applied on any drive or high tension pulley. The dimpled tile is used solely on drive pulleys to increase performance. The plain tile is used on any non-drive, high tension pulley or highly abrasive areas to minimise wear.
Polyurethane lagging is designed to be applied on non-drive pulleys only. The advanced formulation and manufacturing process of our polyurethane results in a product with an extremely low DIN abrasion level that will last up to 4 times longer than most rubber lagging products. Polyurethane also offers excellent product shedding capabilities.
Hot cast polyurethane lagging is designed to be applied on non-drive pulleys only. The hot cast style of lagging delivers supreme performance in bond strength. The advanced formulation, ability to increase thickness and application process of our polyurethane results in a product with an extremely low DIN abrasion level which will last up to 6 times longer than most rubber lagging products.
All lagging is available in both natural and Fire Resistant Anti-Static (FRAS) materials.

Products

Drum pulley rubber lagging refers to the layer of rubber bonded to the shell of a conveyor pulley. This rubber protects the pulley’s shell, increases friction with the conveyor belt, and dispenses water off the pulley. There is a wide range of pulley lagging in choosing from, including plain, grooved rubber lagging, and even ceramic lagging, with each having different purposes. At ANCO Industries, we’ll direct you towards the best drum pulley rubber lagging for your system while keeping our prices affordable and our customer service to an exceptionally high standard. There are many reasons as to why you should choose drum pulley rubber lagging for your conveyor system, including:

  • Extends the life of other conveyor components
  • Reduces damage from materials
  • Prevents belt slippage
  • Increases belt friction
  • Much more
We offer servicing, maintenance, and installation for all your drum pulley rubber lagging needs. For more information on drum pulley rubber lagging, contact our team today. We’ll be happy to discuss pulley lagging with you in detail.
Ceramic pulley lagging is typically used in harsh conditions as the ceramic material is sturdier than traditional rubber lagging. There are two different types of ceramic pulley lagging: dimple and smooth finished ceramic. While both types reduce belt spillage, they have slight differences.

Dimpled ceramic: Dimple ceramic is typically used with drive pulleys as these require increased friction and grip in driving the conveyor belt. Dimpled ceramic possesses these qualities, and therefore, it’s a perfect and common ceramic pulley lagging option.

Smooth ceramic lagging: This type of lagging is generally used on non-drive pulleys as there is no need for increased friction. Too much friction could cause the belt to damage. Therefore, it’s important to know whether your pulley is drive or non-drive, as this will dictate which ceramic pulley lagging you use.

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Pulley lagging is essential for any well-functioning conveyor system. Ensure you have high-quality pulley lagging for your conveyor as it can have a major impact on your processes’ productivity level. For more information on our range of lagging, contact us today or call us on 07 4774 3307.

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