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Application Design Manual-June 17, 2002

Application Design Manual-June 17, 2002

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APPLICATION DESIGNMANUAL
5100 West 12th StreetSioux Falls, SD 57107-0514605-332-3200 PHONE605-332-1107 FAXWATS 800-328-1785www.hiroller.com email – sales@hiroller.com
 Notice: Instructions, Designs and Specificationsare subject to change without notice!
 
Application Design Manual-June 17, 2002.DOC 1/12/2005 Page 1 of 17
 
Conveyor Components
 
Conveyor Orientation - Standard
The conveyor Left(LH) andRight(RH) Side is determined byassuming that one is standing at theTail Section and looking in thedirection of the belt toward the HeadSection. The Left(LH) Side is onyour left hand. The Right(RH) Side ison your right hand.
Conveyor Orientation - Reversible
The conveyor Left(LH) andRight(RH) Side is determined byassuming that one is standing at the Non-Drive Section and looking in thedirection of the Drive End Section.The Left(LH) Side is on your lefthand. The Right(RH) Side is on your right hand.
Head Sections & Discharges
Head Sections are typically in the two different types as shown below. TheDischarge(Overshot) is bolted to the Head Section as shown below. Dischargeshave inspection hatch at the top. A four-sided frame is typically included for discharge transitions.
Standard Discharge
 
Snubber Head Section Discharge
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Motor & Drive Mountings
Hi Roller mounts all motors and reducers that are supplied by the factory. All of the manufacturer's specifications are followed. The photograph below illustrates aright hand mounted drive.
 Motor & Drive Mountings
 Shaft Mount Drive w/SynchronousCog-Belt (Shown) is the mostcommon type of Drive. In-Line Drivew/Synchronous Cog-Belt Final Driveand In-Line Drive w/Direct CoupledDrive (NOT Shown) are not ascommon.
 Trunking Sections
Head/Drive End Trunking Sections
Distinguished by High Leg EndChannel, Inspection Door Location &Special Flanges(Shown).
 Tail/Non-Drive End TrunkingSections
– Distinguished by High LegEnd Channel, Inspection Door & twoother equal flange channels in themiddle and opposite end of the HighLeg End Channel(NOT-Shown).
Intermediate Trunking Sections
 Each Intermediate section has twoequal flange channels. Each sectionhas an equal flange channel on theend and the other in the middle of each section.
NOTE: Sections are labeled &numbered starting with #1 at theTail Section.
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