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Small size brush style conveyor belt cleaner

Conveyor Components Company has launched a smaller version of its popular brush style conveyor belt cleaner.

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Small size brush style conveyor belt cleaner

The drive assembly and belt guard assembly are reduced in size from the standard heavy-duty version known as the Model BR. According to Conveyor Components Company, brush style belt cleaners are effective on a variety of carry-back materials.


“The Model SBR is an efficient way to remove fines and carry-back material from a conveyor belt,” it stated. “This brush action design cleans materials when other belt cleaners cannot.”


The firm added that the Model SBR utilises proven brush cleaning technology. “This conveyor belt cleaner uses an electric motor to drive a helical-shaped, open face brush to remove build-up from conveyor belts. The hanger rail mounting, and oversized width allows for field customisable mounting on most conveyors.


“When mounted under the head pulley, the excess material is thrown into the discharge stream. The brush is self-cleaning and will not clog or load. Standard nylon bristles (or optional polypropylene) are durable, long lasting and easy to replace when required,” the company concluded.


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