PL50 Damaged Belt Detector warns supervisory personnel of impending belt failures due to rips, punctures, splice failures, or sharp objects protruding through the belt fabric.
Belt Damage Detectors mount in pairs positioned on either side of the belt. The units are connected by two spans of aircraft cable.
One end of the cable mounts permanently to a support bracket and the other connects to a spring-loaded ball located in the unit.
The cables loop underneath the belt from each side crossing at the midpoint. A belt problem is detected when an object or a piece of damaged belt hangs below the belt's surface and sweeps away one or both cables.
As the cable is detached, it pulls a spring-loaded ball out of a socket, causing two micro switches to sound an alarm or to shut down the conveyor.
Simple and reliable construction requiring no maintenance
Universal casing design, easy for installation
Cast metal enclosure features an anti-corrosive finish
Integral cover for easy access for wiring terminals and adjustable settings
Large capacity switch contacts
Output: 2 SPDT
Protection class: IP65
Outline dimensions: 250(L)mmX265(W)mmX281(H)mm
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First established in 1993, Saimo formed a joint venture with Ramsey USA in 1994 based on equal shares, which has been 100% owned by Saimo since the acquisition in 2006.
Saimo provides well engineered and custom designed weighing, packaging and inspection solutions for customers worldwide through its Bulk Handling Division and Packaging Division.
Both divisions specialize in developing, manufacturing and distributing a wide variety of packaging equipment, bulk measuring equipments, mechanical sampling systems and belt conveyor protection devices.
Through years of dedication, Saimo has become the largest manufacturer of belt scale systems and sampling equipments in Asia, with over ten thousand successful installations worldwide covering a broad range of industries such as coal, power generation, steel and iron, cement, chemical, food, etc.
Today, with over 800 dedicated employees, 46,000 m2 manufacturing plant, a global sales and support network supported by its own subsidiaries in Australia, UK, Netherlands and partners around the world, Saimo continues to expand its range of packaging equipment designed for a diverse range of industries and applications.