K–Superline containment seals available from Kinder & Company function as an effective sealing system at conveyor transfer points.
An effective sealing system is a critical component in any conveyor transfer point and should be located where the material is being loaded, continuing to the point where it becomes stable so that spillage and dust can be efficiently controlled.
K–Superline containment seals are used to enhance the effectiveness of the outer seal or skirting when the loading area is properly supported. In many cases the outer flexible seal is ineffective in controlling spillage as an unsupported belt trying to contain the full weight of material load would be inadequate.
K–Superline containment seals must be installed inside the chute to handle high internal chute pressure and reduce the load on the skirting seal, which would effectively contain the bulk material.
Key features of K-Superline containment seals:
- Can be supplied bevelled or straight
- Engineered polyurethane system offers exceptional resistance to wear
- Slotted arrangement allows for installation adjustment to ensure material cannot be entrapped leading to premature belt damage