Keeping conveyor belts on track

When a conveyor belt is not properly aligned it can rub and wear against the surrounding structures which eventually results in severe damage to the conveyor belt, as well as the idler frames and conveyor structure itself. In their column this issue, Dyna Engineering’s Managing Director, Graeme Greaves, explains the latest innovations and developments available to correct mis-tracking belts and improve productivity by reducing unscheduled stoppages and downtime.

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