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How to treat the problem of belt conveyor deviation?

The belt conveyor is common equipment for continuous conveying of articles. There are fixed and mobile belt conveyors, which are mainly used for loading, unloading, transporting and transporting goods or materials. It is the most basic equipment in the organic fertilizer manufacturing process, which can connect various machines and transport materials. The deviation of the conveyor belt conveyor is one of the common faults in the belt conveyor operation process. There are many reasons for this, including structural design, installation and commissioning, etc. When solving the deviation problem, it needs to be treated flexibly according to the situation.

The danger of belt conveyor deviation
The deviation of the belt conveyor means that the conveyor belt deviates from the normal center position and is biased toward the side of the transmission drum. In this case, if it is not corrected in time, the edge of the conveyor belt and the frame will rub against each other, and over time it will wear or even tear the conveyor belt. Seriously, the NPK fertilizer production will stop working and affect production efficiency.

Belt conveyor deviation reason
The reason for the deviation of the belt conveyor is that the force on both sides of the conveyor belt is not balanced. If the tension on both ends of the belt is in a balanced state, it is not easy to appear deviation, whether it is just new installation and debugging belt conveyor or old belt conveyor with severe wear.

The belt conveyor has a reversing roller at the beginning and the end, which are installed at the head and the tail position respectively. The head roller is installed and positioned, the central axis is perpendicular to the frame, and the tail roller is equipped with a screw rod as a tensioning device. The verticality of the roller and the frame can be adjusted by adjusting the position of the nut on the screw until the final belt conveyor normal operation.