Posts by: Simon Cartwright
Nosebars (also known as knife edges) are particularly critical in the food industry, where they’re used to transport goods over small transfers at the infeed and discharge end of conveyors..
As Habasit UK’s Technical Manager for fabric conveyor belts, I’m often contacted by customers when they experience problems with product slippage on their incline and decline conveying applications.
I’m often contacted by engineers asking for assistance with replacing, retrofitting or designing belts for curved conveyors – known as powerturn installations – which are used to change the direction.
People often ask why we use different joining methods for different conveyor belt types. In this blog, I explain the various ways to join a belt. The most common joining.
Industrial metal detectors and x-ray inspection systems are often used in pharmaceutical and food industries. They check whether the product contains any materials that are not naturally present in food.
Conveyor and transmission belts with unstable tracking can cause major production problems. Belts can wear and break, products can get damaged or destroyed, and in the worst case scenario, there.