Belt cleaner designed for safety, easy maintenance

By |  June 12, 2015

Martin Engineering’s SQC2S Cleaner features individually cushioned tungsten carbide blades for effective cleaning without risk to the belt or splices, the company says. The new design forms a single sealing edge that maintains steady, adjustable pressure. Patented rubber buffers maintain the cleaning pressure throughout the blade’s life, while deflecting sufficiently to allow splices to pass without harm—and ensuring compatibility with reversing belts or those that experience backup at shutdown. Moving parts are zinc-plated to resist seizing or rusting. The blades conform to the belt profile, adjusting individually to deliver continuous contact across the belt. The rugged construction is engineered to withstand high belt speeds, high-impact transfers, high tonnage loads and similar conditions.

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