Specialists in Conveyor and Transmission Belting, Hose, Instrumentation, Sealing and Valves

Rollers and Idlers

Rollers

Frames and steel rollers are made to SANS 1313 specifications and are very well priced. We call on resellers to put us to the test with our steel roller pricing. We’ll beat any quoted price, subject to stock availability.

HDPE NY roller (Nylon shaft end cap) is the most economical roller available and is built for purpose in selected applications. The tube is wholly HDPE and if unable to rotate the roller poses no threat of damage to the conveyor belt.

Roller guards fitted on the outer wing roller bracket turn any roller into an anti-size roller.

Belt Fasteners

Super Screw

This versatile belt fastening system allows for a join far stronger than traditional mechanical fasteners, while doubling as a permanent belt repair system. The additional strength gained from having a mechanical join imbedded in rubber conveyor material makes this fastener the perfect substitute for splicing conveyor belts (hot or cold). Especially when environmental conditions aren’t ideal for splicing hot or cold or when time saving is essential. We stock an abrasive resistant option in class 630 and class 800.

PVC and PU Belting

Special fabrications available on PVC/PU/TPU conveyor belts for the Food, Agriculture, Horticulture industries.

All features High-Frequency welded for exceptional built quality.

Exports

Belting Supply Services and BEP bestobell are expanding our footprint into Africa.

 

We are currently active in the following countries :

  • Botswana
  • Ghana
  • Malawi
  • Mali
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Swaziland
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

 

This year our sales team visited Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland and Namibia.

Technical

Topic : Conveyor belt trouble shooting

Problem Most likely cause Likely cause
Belt runs to one side Build-up on idlers Sticking idlers
Section runs to one side Join not square Bowed belt
Belt runs to one side Install training idlers Off centre loading
Runs off at tail pulley Install training idlers Material spillage
Runs off at head pulley Worn lagging Material spillage
Belt slip Insufficient traction Worn lagging
Belt slip on starting Insufficient traction Counterweight too light
Excessive stretch Improper installation Counterweight in wrong position
Stripping of top cover Incorrect skirt boards Spanking due to load impact
Excessive top cover wear Misaligned return rolls Cover quality too low
Excessive pulley cover wear Sticking idlers Slippage on drive pulley
Grooving of bottom cover Sticking idlers Material spillage
Covers harden / crack Heat or chemical damage Improper storage / handling
Cover swells in spots Oil or grease contamination
Belt failure at fasteners Fastener plate too long Wrong fastener type
Splice separation Improper splice Pulleys too small
Excessive edge wear Off centre loading Material spillage
Transverse breaks at edge Edges folding on structure Improper transition from trough
Short breaks in carcass Impact of material on belt Material between belt & pulley
Ply separation Insufficient transverse stiffness Pulleys too small
Carcass fatigue at idler junction Improper transition from trough Severe convex vertical curve
Cover blisters, sand blisters Fine cuts in covers Oil or grease contamination
Belt cupping – new belt Excessive cover gauge ratio
Belt cupping – old belt Oil or grease contamination Heat or chemical damage