Steel Belts from Berndorf Band for Severe Operating Conditions

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Though not being exposed to physical or chemical changes, conveyed products may create severe operating conditions due to high abrasion or extremely high operating speeds. These circumstances set high demands to the steel belt.

One example is the high abrasion resistance when transporting bulky mineral material or the required dynamic fatigue strength for high speed transport and the resulting high level of necessary endurance.

Combined with expertise advice Berndorf Band ensures that, with regards to the choice of material and construction, the ideal solution for every application can be found.

Sorting belts have to meet high demands:

  • High dynamic fatigue strength
  • Precise and straight tracking
  • Perfect flatness 
  • Axial straightness
  • Smooth surface

Many years of experience, coupled with expertise advice has turned Berndorf Band into a highly competent partner in this field. Sorting belts with a total length of 300 m and minimal straight tracking deviations have been produced and successfully installed by the Berndorf Band Customer Service team.

Not only was the steel belt installed and endless welded, the whole sorting line was recalibrated and various steel belt touching components such as edge rollers, idler rollers and spring assemblies were replaced as well.

The exact assembly process is discussed in advance between the customer and Berndorf Band. This is coordinated by a service technician, who, if necessary, also supervises the installation on-site. This results in individually tailored packages for each and every application.

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407 Creek Rd
Mt Gravatt
QLD 4122
Tel: 03 9535 0100

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