In CEMA book, there’re 5 key criterias for the classification of belt cleaning such as belt width, belt speed, slice type, material abrasiveness, and moisture content. Those factors will influence the best choice of the model and design of belt cleaners. Its blade has two options for different applications: Polyurethane and Tungsten Carbide, they’re both very good for different materials and fields.
Mounted to the head pulley and below the material flow, ideal for removing large pieces of material- typically about 60-70 percent of initial carry back, blade width/ material path options.
Secondary Cleaners Located just part where the belt leaves the head pulley-and anywhere else down the beltline, especially good at removing fines, increasing cleaning efficiency 90+ percent.
V-Plow Cleaners Moontain offer the plows that prevent costly damage to tail pulley and gravity take-ups while cleaning the inside of the belt.