For many conveyors, the use of belt skirts can damage the surface of the belt, leading to premature belt failure. The use of unique belt skirt designs and materials has provided the conveyor industry with a method of containing dust and spillage, without causing belt wear and damage.
The Kinder-Superskirt is a polyurethane replacement to rubber skirting which, due to its low co-efficient friction and pliable moulded section, reduces pressure on the belt to maintain the seal. Also, its non-stick nature does not allow product to build up between the skirt and the belt. Together this greatly reduces the damage caused by friction between the rubber belt and the rubber skirt. There are many cases where Superskirt has outlasted rubber skirting and allowed for greatly prolonged belt life.
There are also a number of methods of attaching the skirt to the conveyor to suit any application including the “Unistrut” – channel mounted skirt. Skirt designs including double lip and fold-n-seal arrangement provide complete dust containment when coupled with K-Sure Transfer Support.
Products available include:
K-Fold-n-Seal Skirting System
K-Impact Belt Support System
K-Impact Conveyor Slider Bars
K-Lock Wedge Skirting Clamp
K-Quick Clamp Skirting System
K-Snap-Loc Dust Sealing System
K-Superskirt Engineered Polyurethane
K-Sure Belt Support System
To view more information about Kinder Belt Skirting, and to download catalogues, please click here.
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