Installation and connection of conveyor belts
Conveyor belts can be joined by cold vulcanization, hot vulcanization, or mechanical connectors.
Thanks to the expertise and experience of our service staff and professional equipment, we are able to efficiently respond to all customer requirements when it comes to installation, joining, and maintenance of conveyor belts.
Joining conveyor belts is possible by the process of hot vulcanization, adhesive bonding (cold vulcanization), and mechanical connectors.
Whether it is joining by cold or hot vulcanization, repairing ruptures with mechanical connectors, or repairing conveyor belts, we guarantee absolute reliability and quality regardless of where the intervention is carried out.
In the processes of repair and bonding, we use technologically advanced and high-quality materials that, even in unfavorable environmental conditions, achieve good and long-term results.
Joining rubber conveyor belts with EP fabrics requires the creation of step splices with an oblique cut, whose number depends on the number of plies on the belt.
If the stepped layers are correctly dimensioned, this method of joining allows for a highly secure joint whose properties in terms of quality do not differ from the rest of the belt.
Rubberizing the drums of the belt conveyor
Tehnoguma Service possesses all the necessary equipment and tools for rubberizing the drums on conveyors. The service equipment, specialized method of production, and use of high-quality materials guarantee reliability, quality, and durability of the rubber coating, as well as the connection of rubber and the metal part of the drum.
Installation of the belt is preceded by the correct calculation of the belt dimensions, the quantity of transported material, and the characteristics of the conveyor.
The dimensions of the belt depend on the quantity and characteristics of the transported material, the length, and the elevation of the transport. Transition distances, radius of curvature, and tensioning rate are determined based on an elongation of 1.3.