Our Mid Atlantic division is the leading supplier of conveyors and bulk material handling products & services in the Mid-Atlantic region. From conveyor belting, idlers, pulleys, power transmission products, wear parts and screens to complete turnekey systems, ASGCO will handle any of your conveying and bulk material handling needs.
Our Complete Conveyor Solutions division is a manufacturer of conveyor products and equipment, along with conveyor engineering services, provided through our partnered network of servicing distributors and original equipment manufacturers (oems) around the globe.
ASGCO Steel Fabrication division is a full-service steel fabrication, contract manufacturing, machining, welding and finishing facility that has the ability to manufacture simple parts to complete assemblies to complex print-to-build projects for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and industrial customers.
Pulley Lagging for all styles and types of head, tail, snub, bends, take-ups and drives. Pulley lagging increases the traction between the belt and the pulley, which in turn reduces load and wear on the drive, belt, pulleys, bearings and take-up. Lagged in shop or in place on system. For efficient and economical conveyor operation, proper pulley lagging is integral detail.
Pulley lagging increases the traction between the belt and the pulley, which in turn reduces load and wear on the drive, belt, pulleys, bearings and take-up. Lagged in shop or in place on system. For efficient and economical conveyor operation, proper pulley lagging is integral detail
Most often, lagging is attached to the pulley via vulcanizing (preferred in heavy-duty applications). Or, replaceable lagging can be used. The lagging strips are bolted or welded to the face of the pulley and can be easily replaced in the field. Ceramic pulley lagging is constructed from hundreds of individual ceramic tiles molded into a durable rubber backing. In certain applications, ceramic lagging can significantly increase drive traction.
Ceramic Pulley Lagging provides the solution when conventional rubber lagging fails to correct a belt slippage problem and/or when rubber lagging wears prematurely. Our unique Arrowhead ceramic is designed for the highest drive factors unlike the conventional square tiles.
Drive and Non-Drive Pulley Lagging is the solution, in an application where rubber is the answer, to help eliminate slippage, increase pulley life and to improve production. A specially formulated combination of synthetic, natural, and neoprene rubber compounds provides our pulley lagging with excellent gripping strength and abrasion resistance.
ASGCOs has added a Semi-Ceramic Pulley Lagging to their pulley lagging product line, featuring 40% coverage. The addition of this Semi-Ceramic Lagging allows ASGCO to offer a semi-ceramic product range to provide customers with a choice between full ceramic coverage with our Ceramic Pulley Lagging for a high tension drive pulleys, as well as less than full ceramic coverage with ASGCOs new Semi-Ceramic Lagging for smaller pulleys, non-drive pulleys and bend pulleys. ASGCOs Semi-Ceramic Pulley Lagging provides the solution when conventional rubber lagging fails to correct belt spillage and wears prematurely.
KWS Manufacturing belt-type bucket elevators include a heavy-duty drum pulley in the head section and heavy-duty wing pulley in the tail section. Both pulleys are a crown faced design for maximum pulley strength, balance and belt tracking. Both pulleys come complete with tapered bore hubs designed specifically for conveyor pulleys for dependable mounting of the pulleys to the head and tail shafts.
The head drum pulley is available with lagging in various styles, patterns and durometers. Lagging offers increased belt traction and eliminates wear on the pulley rims due to abrasive conditions. The tail slatted wing pulley offers a self-cleaning design constructed with open voids that allow loose material to fall away from the contact surface.
Elevator bucket: HDPE / Nylon /PU / Steel /Stainless steel Elevator belt: PVC belt, Rubber belt ( anti-static, oil resistant, fire restidtant) Elevator bolt: Fang bolt, Euro bolt , Norway bolt Elevator pulley and tail: rubber cover or lagging pad
Schlagel belt and bucket elevator legs compliment our line of handling equipment with performance and quality proven in the industry since 1957. As with all our equipment, we guarantee the performance and quality of these legs and design them for high reliability and low maintenance.
We manufacture standard models in sizes and capacities demonstrated by our years of experience to best fit the needs of most applications. We calculate capacities at water level plus 10% cup fill and use low belt speeds in both single and multiple row cup models.
Larger sizes and models with special features are always available on request to fit your needs. Our engineering department is ready to help you design the right equipment to meet the special needs of your application.
The head section is designed and ruggedly constructed to withstand the torque of drive components, maintain alignment and to aid in maintenance. We fabricate the lower portion from 10 GA steel and the hood from 12 GA steel with a pressure relief door on the top of the leg as a standard feature. We provide standard A.R. steel liners and offer additional optional liners to extend service life (see options page). The head pulley is crowned, lagged and mounted on the head shaft with tapered bushings to eliminate side movement. We select bearings to handle severe service with roller bearings standard on larger sizes and provide jack-bolts under the head shaft bearings on all models to allow ease in field shimming for proper belt tracking.
The standard head section comes with one grated hinged door in the hood section, which can be placed on either side of the head for inspection; most sizes have a pressure relief vent located on top of the hood. There are two rubber plugs that are used to inspect the pulley lagging. Always follow proper lock out tag out procedures before removing any doors or plugs.
Heavy 7 or 10 GA bolted steel construction boot provides a solid base with heavier gauges available (model and application determines material gauge). We include many standard features to insure continued ease in operation and maintenance. Proper belt tension is easily maintained with plated take-up screws and solid brass take-up nuts. Standard crowned boot pulleys are available in either drum or wing style. Cut-outs are located on both up and down sides with a boot pocket installed on the up side and bolted cover plate on the down side as standard. Clean-out doors on both ends of the boots are also standard features.
Most materials should be fed into the up side. Light and bulky materials give better cup fill when fed on the down side. Our up side inlet location insures that material enters the cups at or above the pulley centerline.
Our trunking provides superb dust tight and weather tight protection with continuous jig welded 12 or 10 GA steel construction with heavier gauges available (material gauge depends on model and application). Trunking is standard in 10 foot lengths with alignment ties provided for each joint. All trunking seams are butt welded and end flanges are heavy flat bar so no overlapping metal parts will trap corrosive moisture or product.
Rubber belt with vented plastic cups is standard on Schlagel legs. Special belting such as PVC, high temperature or food grade belt is available on request as are steel cast, or nylon cups in non-vented or other venting patterns. Material type, feeding arrangement, head pulley diameter and belt speed, along with many other more subtle factors, affect the loading and discharge characteristics of bucket elevator cups and the performance of your leg.
Standard drives are shaft mounted gear reducers with backstop. Dual drives are available for very high horse power requirements. When furnished with our legs, drives are complete with sheaves, belts and belt guards. We can also supply motors. Unless otherwise specified, drives are supplied for right hand mounting and Class II service.
Find out everything you need to know from Dean Wedekind,Maxi-LiftBucket Specialist! In this episode of Maxi-Lift PRO TIPS, Dean explains the importance of having slide lag or easy lag to increase the belts longevity. He also discusses how to inspect your lagging for wear and tear and when to determine its time to replace.
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