BArt DO

CONVEYOR BELT

BAnDO lIIII.i.iClti.!1

Using The World's Most Sophisticated Production Process For Steel Cord Conveyor Belts

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THE HISTORY OF BELTS IS THE HISTORY OF BANDO

BANDa CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, LJD. owes its name and origin to an inventor named Naosaburo Bando. Around 1890, Mr. Bando began to conduct research to develop an original type of industrial belt. Finally, in 1900, after extensive research, Mr. Bando succeeded in inventing a new belt, named The BAN DO Belt, which was protected by a patent (Japanese PAT. No. 3384), as the first b~lt of its kind in Japan. The company was established in 1906 by the late Mr. Mitsuzo Enami, under the name of

BAN DO, to commemorate the inventor, and began to manufacture the BAN DO Belt. Since then, developing new technologies and products, the company has become one of the world's leading integrated manufacturers of rubber belts. To meet the rapidly growing needs in the field of bulk handling, BANDa pioneered the first 3 meter ( 10 foot) wide conveyor belt in Japan.

Vulcanizing Press C.Clamper Pull Roll Wind up

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BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

j TYPES OF BANDOCONVEYOR BELT ACCORDING TO USE

STEEL CORD CONVEYOR BELT The performance-proved Bando Steel Cord Conveyor Belt meets the rapidly growing needs in the field of bulk material hand I ing systems throughout the world.

HEAT RESISTANT CONVEYOR BELTS

It goes without saying that various properties are required of conveyor belts according to their particular duty. In handling hot materials, our Heat Resistant Conveyor Belt of a special rubber compound offers excellent wear resistance.

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FABRIC CONVEYOR BELT

Various kinds of fabric and wide range of tension ratings make it possible to select the ideal belt for the application considered.

01'-, COLD, FIRE AND CHEMICAL RESISTANT CONVEYOR BELTS

The best solution to special transportation problems is provided with specialized Conveyor Belts such as Oil Resistant, Cold Resistant, Fire Resistant or Chemical Resistant Belts developed through years of applying the best scientific methods to the diverse needs of our clients.

BArtOO CONVEYOR BELT

. SUNLINE CONVEYOR BELT Sunline is an ideal light-duty belt. It ·has a low power requirement while its beautitul range of colors facilitates attractive design.

ROCK BELT

The Rock Belt was developed for transporting heavy rock loads which previously could not be carried by conveyor bel t. The Rock Belt withstands the incredibly heavy impact of gigantic rocks and boulders.

FLEXOWELL CONVEYOR BELT The f-Iexowell belt, produced by a subsidiary company Bando-Scholtz Corporation is suitable for conveying and elevating bulk materials. It is space saving, energy efficient and requires little maintenance.

RIP PROTECTOR AND DETECTOR Rip is the nightmare that all belt operators fear. The prevention and detection of rip is a must, especially

in main conveyors.

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~ BANDO®CONVEYOR BELTS AROUND THE WORLD

SINGAPORE:: RE::ClAMATION SCHEME (Singapore) Sand & Clay

HAMERSlEY IRON PTY. lTD. (Austral ia) I ron OrR

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BOUGAINVI llE COPPER LTD. (Bougainvi lie) Copper Ore

CASSINGA I\JORTH MINE (Angola) I ron Ore

BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

ORBACUHI-' - ORT HAN TERMINAL (Wisconsin, U.S.A.) Coal Terminal

PEABODY COAL COMPANY (Ohio USA) Coal

SUNCUH INC

formerly GREAT CANADIAN 01 L SANDS LTD. (Canada) Tar Sand

ALCOA PINJARA MINE (Australia) Bauxite

jCONTENTS

PAGE

SELECTION OF CARCASS

BY SERVICE CONDITIONS ~ 9

STEEL CORD CONVEYOR BELT 10

SUNLON CONVEYOR BELT 12

FABRIC MULTI-PLY CONVEYOR BELT 13

WEIGHT AND THICKNESS OF

FABRIC AND COVER RUBBER 16

SELECTION OF COVER RUBBER

BY SERVICE CONDITIONS , 17

DETERMINATION OF THICKI\IESS OF

COVER RUBBER 20

CALCULATION OF

UNIT OPERATING TENSION REQUIRED , 22

TROUGHABI LlTY AND LOAD SUPPORT 26

IMPACT RESISTANCE , 28

PULLEY DIAMETER _ , 29

TAKE-UP STROKE 33

CONSIDERATION OF EDGE TENSION 34

BELT SPEED AND CAPACITY , 37

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~ SELECTION OF CARCASS BY SERVICE CONDITIONS

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Carcass < Service Conditions
Steel Cord Belt High Tension
Long Span
Short Take-up Travel
High Impact Resistance
High Speed Heavy Duty
Deep Trough
Multi-ply NN High Impact Resistance
Fabric nylon fabric High Bending Resistance
Belt Wide Selection Available
M-series belts have superior fastener holding ability
High Speed High Tension
De~w Trough Heavy Duty
l.onq.Span Tear Resistant
Complete Moisture & Mi Idew Protection
PVN Short Take-up Travel
vinylon fabric Heavy Duty High Speed
EP Deep Trough Long Span
polyester fabric High Tension Tear Resistant
I mpact Resistance
Complete Moisture & Mildew Protection
M-series belts have superior fastener holding ability
HN Heat Resistance
heat resistant nylon fabric M-series belts have superior fastener holding ability
CC Heat Resistant
cotton fabric Fastener Joint
Sunlon® Belt Superior Fastener Holding Ability
High Impact Resistance
More Strength per Un it Cost
Small Pulley Diameter Deep Trough
High Bending Resistance
Complete Moisture & Mildew Protection 9

~STEELCORD CONVEYOR BELT

STRUCTURE

The steel cord is of high class carbon steel (0.65% - 0.75%) and coated with zinc for protection from corrosion. For normal applications steel cord with low bending fatigue, such as 7 x 7, 7 x W19 is used.

7 x 7 x 7 is also available, depending on the particular application.

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Standard structure of BANDO STEEL CORD CONVEYOR BELT is of an all rubber type, and is designated as follows.

d: cord diameter t: cord pitch

Cl: top cover rubber

C2: bottom cover rubber

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FEATURES

1. High Tensile Strength permits high

tension operation

2. Excellent Bending Resistance

3. Extremely Small Elongation

4. Excellent Dynamic Adhesion

5. Excellent Impact Resistance

Representative standard specifications for BANDO STEEL CORD CONVEYOR BELTS are on the next page. ST grandes are avai lable every 50 up to ST-1 000 and after that at every 100. The ST grade stands for the belts tensile strength in KN/m

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BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

ST -500 0.11 2.9 0.63 16.0 3/16

ST -630 0.11 2.9 0.49 12.5 3/16

ST-700 0.11 2.9 0.45 11.5 3/16

ST-800 0.12 3.0 0.41 10.5 3/16

ST -900 0.13 3.3 0.45 11.5 3/16

ST-l000 0.15 3.40.4311.03/16

ST-1200 0.15 3.7 0.41 10.5 3/16

ST-1250 0.17 3.90.4511.53/16

ST-1400 0.18 4.30.47 12.03/16

ST-1600 0.18 4.30.41 10.53/16

ST-1800 0.18 4.4 0.39 10.0 3/16

ST-2000 0.19 4.9 0.41 10.5 1/4

ST-2500 0.22 5.0 0.43 11.0 1/4

ST-3000 0.25 5.4 0.39 10.0 1/4

ST-3150 0.25 5.70.41 10.51/4

ST-3500 0.26 6.1 0.43 11.0 1/4

ST-4000 0.30 6.9 0.47 12.0 1/4

ST-4500 0.34 7.7 0.51 13.0 1/4

ST-5000 0.37 8.9 0.59 15.0 9/32

ST-5500 0.43 9.9 0.64 16.5 9/32

ST-6000 0.47 11.5 0.76 19.5 9/32

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 9/32 9/32 9/32

5 0.49 12.9 3.3

5 0.49 12.9 3.4

5 0.49 12.9 3.4

5 0.50 13.0 3.6

5 0.51 13.3 3.7

5 0.52 13.4 3.9

5 0.53 13.7 4.1

5 0.54 13.9 4.2

5 0.56 14.3 4.4

5 0.56 14.3 4.5

5 0.56 14.4 4.7

6 0.66 16.9 5.5

6 0.66 17.0 5.7

6 0.68 17.4 6.2

6 0.69 17.7 6.4

6 0.71 18.1 6.7

6 0.74 18.9 7.3

6 0.77 19.7 8.0

7 0.90 22.9 9.2

7 0.94 23.9 100

7 1.00 25.5 11.0

16.5 17.0 17.3 17.9 18.3 19.2 20.1 20.5 21.4 22.1 23.0 26.8 27.7 30.3 31.3 32.9 35.8 38.9 45.1 48.6 53.5

400 500 560 640 720 800 960

1000 1120 1280 1440 1600 2000 2400 2520 2800 3200 3600 4000 4400 4800

70 88 98

112 126 140 169 176 197 225 253 281 352 422 443 492 563 633 704 774 845

5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7

Remarks: Steel cord diameter and pitch sizes listed above are standard sizes. Of course they can be changed to meet indiviual specifications.

Consult the table on page 16 for the additional belt weight due to different cover rubber thickness. Belt satety factor of the above mentioned is 7.0

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~SUNLON® CONVEYOR BELT

Construction
Sunlon utilises a 'sandwich' type
construction. From two to four plies of
super high tenacity synthetic fabric are
used, with layers of flexible cushion
gum in between. This makes the
belt very flexible.
FEATURES
1. Long Life and Economical Service
2. High I mpact Resistance
3. Exceptional Troughabi I ity
4. Excellent Cover-Bonding
5. Excellent Joint Efficiency
6. Unsurpassed Abrasion Resistance
7. Complete Moisture and Mildew
Resistance
330T 4001
Numder of Plies 2 2 3 2 4 3 4
Ib/in 150 220 330 400 440 600 800
With Vulcanized Splicing
KN/m 27 39 59 71 79 107 143
Tension Rating
lb/in 150 220 330 400 440 600 800
With Mechanical Splicing
KN/m 27 39 59 71 79 107 143
inch 0.11 0.14 0.19 0.23 0.26 0.31 0.43
Carcass Gauge
mm 2.8 3.5 4.8 5.9 6.5 7.8 10.8
Ib/sq. ft 0.86 1.03 1.40 1.43 1.90 1.92 2.62
Carcass Weight
kg/sq .m 4.2 5.0 6.8 7.0 9.3 9.4 12.8
inch 30 36 48 48 54 60 72
Max. Width on 35· Idlers Fully Loaded with (54) (60)
100 Ibs/cu. ft (1.6 ton/cu. rn) Material 750 900 1200 1200 1350 1500 1800
mm (1350) (1500)
Min. Width for Troughing Empty on 35· inch 14 18 24 24 30 30 36
Idlers 350 450 600 600 750 750 900
mm
) for Coal
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j FABRIC MULTI·PLY CONVEYOR BELT

The belt is made up of cover rubber and core fabric

1. Cover Rubber

The cover rubber is the surface of the "Bando Conveyor Belt". It prevents water from getting into the core and also protects it from being damaged by the load.

The Cover Rubber is made of either natural or synthetic rubber according to the materials carried.

2. Core Fabric

The middle of the belt, it maintains the belt tension. The fabric,

coated and impregnated with rubber, is made to the width and thickness (number of plies) required, and each ply is insulated by good quality cushion rubber. The fabrics are made of various materials to suit the application, such as Nylon, Vinylon, Polyester, etc.

The fabrics are arranged in either

of two series according to the splicing method used.

The first series is suitable for vulcanized splicing. Temporary use with mechanical fasteners is also permissible but please contact BANDO or the nearest BANDO agent for more detailed information as it may be necessary to reduce the hourly load. The second series is designed to withstand both vulcanized and mechanical splicing and the tension rating is the same whichever jointing method is used.

CONSTRUCTION

Top Cover Rubber

~ ,1fE] ~~ '--------+-- Fabric

tL- Bottom Cover Rubber

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TENSION RATING OF FABRIC MULTI-PLY CONVEYOR BELT WITH VULCANIZED SPLICING

Code
NN-l00 NN-250
Ib/in 140 224 280 336 392 Ib/in 347 560 700 840 980
PVN-l00 PVN-250
EP-l00 EP-250
KN/m 25 40 50 60 70 KN/m 62 100 125 150 175
HN-l00 HN-250
NN-125 NN-300
Ib/in 184 280 347 420 487 Ib/in 420 672 840 1008 1176
PVN-125 PVN-300
EP-125 EP-300
KN/m 33 50 62 75 87 KN/m 75 120 150 180 210
HN-125 HN-300
NN-150 NN-315
Ib/in 207 336 420 504 588 Ib/in 436 705 879 1058 1232
PVN-150 PVN-315
EP-150 EP-315 KN/m 78 126 157 189 220
KN/m 37 60 75 90 105
HN-150 NN-350
Ib/in 487 784 980 1176 1372
NN-160 PVN-350
Ib/in 224 358 448 537 627
PVN-160 EP-350 KN/m 87 140 175 210 245
EP-160 NN-400
KN/m 40 64 80 96 112 Ib/in 896 1120 1344 1568
HN-160 PVN-400
NN-200 EP-400 KN/m 160 200 240 280
Ib/in 280 448 560 672 784
PVN-200 NN-500 Ib/in 1120 1400 1680 1960
EP-200 EP-500 KN/m 200 250 300 350
KN/m 50 80 100 120 140
HN-200 NN-630 Ib/in 1410 1764 2116 2469
EP-630 KN/m 252 315 378 441
Remarks: (1) The tension rating specified above should be multiplied by the constant '0.7'.
If the belt is used under the following service conditions:
Heat Resistant Belt 14

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WITH MECHANICAL OR VULCANIZED SPLICING

Number of Piles
Code
3 4 5 6 7
NN-35M
lb/in 105 140 175 210 245
PVN-35M
HN-35M KN/m 19 25 31 38 44
NI\J-50M
Ib/in 150 200 250 300 350
PVN-50M
HN-50M KN/m 27 36 45 54 63
NN-70M
Ib/in 210 280 350 420 490
PVN-70M
HN-70M KN/m 38 50 63 75 88
NN-90M Ib/in 270 360 450 540 630
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PVN-90M KN/m 48 64 80 96 113
NN-ll0M Ib/in 330 440 550 660 770
PVN-ll0M KN/m 59 79 98 118 138
Ib/in 420 560 700 - -
NN-140M
KN/m 75 100 125 - -
Ib/in 540 720 - - -
NN-180M
KN/m 96 129 - - -
Ib/in 100 135 165 190 210
CC-360Z
KN/m 18 24 29 34 38 Remarks: (1) The tension rating specified above should be multiplied by the constant '0.7'. if the belt is used under the following service conditions:

Heat Resistant Belt

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j WEIGHT AND THICKNESS

OF FABRIC AND COVER RUBBER

FABRIC WEIGHT & THICKNESS

Weight Thickness Weight Thickness
Code Ib/sq.ft kg/sq.m inch/ply rnm/plv Code Ib/sq.ft kg/sq.m inch/ply mm/ply
NN-l00 0.17 0.85 0.G28 0.70 EP-l00 0.18 0.90 0.029 0.75
NN-125 0.18 0.90 0.029 0.75 EP-125 0.21 1.00 0.033 0.85
NN-150 0.18 0.90 0.029 0.75 EP-150 0.25 1.20 0.039 1.00
NN-160 0.19 0.95 0031 0.80 EP-160 027 1.25 0.041 1.05
NN-200 0.23 1.15 0.037 . 0.95 EP-200 0.27 1.30 0.043 1.10
NN-250 0.28 1.35 0.045 1.15 EP-250 0.33 1.60 0.053 1.35
NN-300 0.31 1.50 0.049 1.25 EP-300 0.37 1.80 0.059 1.50
NN-315 0.34 1.65 0.055 1.40 EP-315 0.37 1.80 0.059 1.50
NN-350 0.34 1.65 0.055 1.40 EP-340 0.42 2.00 0.065 1.65
NN-400 0.37 1.80 0.059 1.50 EP-400 0.42 2.00 0.065 1.65
EP-500 0.69 3.30 0.107 2.75
EP-630 0.83 3.95 0.130 3.30
PVN-l00 0.21 1.00 0.033 0.85 NN-35M 0.17 0.85 0.G28 0.70
PVN-125 0.25 1.20 0.039 1.00 NN-50M 0.26 1.25 0.041 1.05
PVN-150 0.25 1.20 0.039 1.00 NN-70M 0.26 1.25 0.041 1.05
PVN-160 0.26 1.25 0.041 1.05 NN-90M 0.30 1.45 0.047 1.20
PVN-200 0.28 1.40 0.045 1.15 NN-ll0M 0.30 1.45 0.047 1.20
PVN-250 0.32 1.55 0.051 1.30 NN-140M 0.36 1.75 0.059 1.50
PVN-300 0.37 1.80 0.059 1.50 NN-180M 0.47 2.30 0.077 1.95
PVN-315 0.42 2.00 0.067 1.70 PVN-35M 0.20 0.95 0031 0.80
PVN-350 0.42 2.00 0.067 1.70 PVN-50M 0.25 1.20 0.039 1.00
PVN-400 0.46 2.25 0.074 1.90 PV~-70M 0.27 1.25 0.041 1.05
HN-l00 0.19 0.95 0.033 0.85 PVN-90M 0.34 1.65 0.055 1.40
HN-125 0.24 1.15 0.039 1.00 PVN-ll0M 0.34 1.65 0.055 1.40
HN-150 0.24 1.15 0.039 1.00 HN-35M 0.19 0.95 0.033 0.85
HN-160 0.24 1.15 0.039 1.00 HN-50M 0.24 1.15 0.039 1.00
HN-200 0.25 1.20 0.041 1.05 HN-70M 0.25 1.20 0.041 1.05
HN-250 0.30 1.45 0.049 1.25 CC-360Z 0.34 1.65 0.055 1.40
HN-300 0.34 1.65 0.057 1.45 WEIGHT OF COVER RUBBER

Cover Rubber Ib/ftl per 1/16 inch kg/m2 per l rnm Cover Rubber Iblft1 per 1/16 inch kg/m2 per 1mm
thickness thickness thickness thickness
RMAl Oil Resistant
DINGradeM 0.36 1.1 No.210 OAO 1.2
BS Grade M No. 220 0.36 1.1
RMA2
DIN Grade N 0.38 1.15 F ire Resistant
BS Grade N No. 100 OA6 lA
No. 300 OAl 1.25
Super Abrasion Resistant 0.38 1.15 No.410M OA2 1.3
Heat Resistant
No.510 0.38 1.15
No.710 0.35 1.1 16

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j SELECTION OF COVER RUBBER BY SERVICE CONDITIONS

General Use

RMA1

DIN Grade M BS Grade M AS Grade M

RMA2

DIN Grade N BS Grade N AS Grade N

Heavy Abrasion Service Super Abrasion Resistant As Grade A

Hot Service

Heat Resistant No. 510

Heat Resistant No. 710

The rubber covers specified in standards such as Deutsche Normen (0 IN), British Standard (BS), etc. are all avai lable.

Used as cover rubber for general and high-tension conveyor belts Superior in abrasion-resistance and cut-and-gouge resistance

Suitable for conveying large-sized lumps, sharp and rugged materials. Excellent cold resistance down to _50° F (-45°C)

Used as cover rubber for general conveyor belts. Superior in abrasion resistance.

Excellent In abrasion resistance especially when 'cut and gouge' is not the main cause of abrasion

SB R type standard Heat Resistant belt with excellent abrasion resistance Max. temperature of material handled is about 300°F (150°C)

Not recommended for powdery materials because of the possibility of surface cracks in the belt.

Suitable for conveying the following materials:

hot sintered ore, hot pellet, hot clinker, hot chemical fertilizer, etc.

Special compound with ethylene propylene rubber, features excellent heat resistance and abrasion resistance.

Max. temperature of materials handled is about 750°F (400°C) and max. temperature of belt surface is 300°F (150°C)

Suitable for powdery materials such as cement products, due to its non-crack ing properties.

Tv pical appl ications:

hot clinker, hot cement, hot powder, hot sintered ore, hot chemical fertilizer.

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Oil Service

Oil Resistant No. 210

Oil Resistant No. 220

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Excellent oil resistance

Generally used to convey materials soaked with or containing oil with the exception of aromatic solvent, halogenated hydro carbon, ketone or ester.

Med ium oi I resistance with cold resistance

Typical applications; wood chips, refrigerated fish, etc.

Superior oil resistance available even under conditions of severe cold down to a temperature of -50°F (-45°C)

A typical application is for tar sand handling in Northern Alberta, Canada.

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Flame Service

Fire Resistant No. 100

Fire Resistant No. 300

FR300U FR300M

FR300D

F ire Resistant No. 410M

Chemical Service Chemical Resistant

Made of Neoprene rubber, superior fire resistance. Accepted to meet the following standards

MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration) Canadian Standard (Certification Memorandum No.2) Australian Standard (N. S. W. Memorandum No.2)

The fire resistant belt designated for general use, e.g. in underground operations.

Both are accepted to meet MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration) code numbers 28-33 for BANDO. FR300U has greater cold resistance.

Accepted to meet Deutche Normen (DIN).

Fire Resistance with medium oil resistance

Accepted to meet MSHA and features excellent static conductivity. Typical applications: grain, oil treated coal, etc.

For handling various kinds of chemical

Please contact BANDO or your nearest BANDO agent.

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J DETERMINATION OF THICKNESS j OF COVER RUBBER

RECOMMENDED THICKNESS OF COVER RUBBER

1. Thickness of Top Cover Rubber The standard method of determining the cover rubber thickness involves the consideration of three major factors, the abrasiveness of the materials conveyed, lump size, and cycle time. Please consult the following table. However many other factors are also involved, for example the direction of feeding onto the belt, chuting height, inclination of the conveyor at the loading point etc. Above all, the most important thing is, if available, the operating history of previous belts.

Extremely Abrasive

etc.

2- 0'-2 0'-12 0'-2 Cl-6 0-12
0-50 0-150 0'-300 0-50 0-150 0'-300
inch 1/16- 1/16- 1/8- 1/8- 3/16- 5/32- 3/16- 1/4- 1/4 1/4- 5/16-
0-0.2 1/8 1/8 3/16 3/16 1/4 3/16 1/4 5/16 5/16 3/8
mm 1.5-3.0 1.5-3.0 3.0-5.0 3.0-5.0 5.0-6.0 4.0-5.0 5.0-6.0 6.0-8.0 6.0 6.0-8.0 8.0-10.0
inch 1/16- 1/16- 1/8 1/8- 3/16- 1/8- 3/16- 1/4 1/8- 1/4 5/16
0.2-1.0 3/32 3/32 3/16 1/4 5/32 1/4 3/16
mm 1.5-2.5 1.5-2.5 3.0 3.0-5.0 5.0-6.0 3.0-4.0 5.0-6.0 6.0 3.0-5.0 6.0 8.0
inch 1/16- 1/16- 1/8 1/8- 5/32- 1/8- 3/16 1/4 1/8- 1/4 5/16
1.0-5.0 3/32 3/32 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16
mm 1.5-2.5 1.5-2.5 3.0 3.0-5.0 4.0-5.0 3.0-5.0 5.0 6.0 3.0-5.0 6.0 8.0
inch 1/16- 1/16- 1/8 1/8- 5/32- 1/8- 3/16 1/4 1/8- 1/4 5/16
5.0- 3/32 3/32 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16
mm 1.5-2.5 1.5-2.5 3.0 3.0-5.0 4.0-5.0 3.0-5.0 5.0 6.0 3.0-5.0 6.0 8.0 20

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Top Cover
inch
1/16 1.5 1/16 1.5
1/8 3 1/16 1.5
3/16 5 1/16 - 3/32 1.5 - 2.5
1/4 6 1/16 - 1/8 1.5-3
5/16 8 3/32 -1/8 2-3
3/8 10 3/32 - 1/8 2-3 2. Thickness of Bottom Cover Rubber Bottom cover thickness is normally selected according to the thickness

of the top cover.

3. Cover Thickness of Steel Cord Belt Standard cover thickness of steel cord belt is listed in the table on page 11. Generally a gauge thicker than that for fabric belts is selected after considering load support, protection for the cord layer, durable splicing point, pressure force concentrated beneath the cords, etc. in addition to abrasion wear.

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~ CALCULATION OF UNIT OPERATING TENSION REQUIRED

CALCULATION FORMULA FOR HORSEPOWER AND TENSION JIS 88805 - 1965

Based on HP-Ibs-ft

Please see pages 24 and 25 for an explanation of the symbols and values used in the formulas.

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Operating Tension Required

Belt Horsepower Required
~ Hf) To Move Empty Belt (HP)
f x W x V . (L + Lo)
PI ~ . 33,000
f & Lo: From Table
W: From Table
~ HP To Move Load On Level (HP)
f x Q . (L + Lo)
P2 = 990 * See Note 1
f & Lo: From Table
~ HP To Lift Load (HP)
HxQ
P3 = ± 990 * See Note 1
+ for ascent conveyor
- for descent conveyor
~ HP To Move Tripper (HP)
for conveyor with self·running tripper
Belt width (in) 16 18 T 20 24 30 36 42
Pt (HP) 2 3.5 4.8
t B,1t width (in) 48 54[60 72 84 96 120
-_ .. _------ f-.
Pt (HP) 4.8 6.7 8.0 9.3 12

[iJ Total Horsepower (HP)
P = PI + P2 ± P3 + Pt
TM

~~I TE
-
-
T2 -
~- Effective Tension (Ibs) 33,000 x P

V

Slack Side Tension (Ibs) 1

eIJO - 1

01 : Driving Coefficient Factor From Table

eIJ -1

Slope Tension (Ibs)

T 3 = WI . (H ± f xL')

- for ascent conveyor + for descent conveyor

WI = Weight of Belt From Table

Sag Tension (lbs)

to limit belt sag to less than 2% of carrier idler space T 4 = 50 x Q C . ( 2000 x Q + WI)

8 60 x V

OR * See Note 2.

50

T4=~xQRxWI

8

the larger tension of the two shou Id be used WI : Weight of Belt From Table

Maximum Tension (lbs)

For Horizontal Conveyor

TM =TE +T2 or TE +T4 For Inclined Conveyor

TM = TE + T 2 or TE + T 3 + T 4

the larger tension of the two shou Id be used.

TM Maximum Unit Tension (Ibs/inch) H

TM Maximum Tension

B Belt Width

Note 1. To obtain P2 and P, when the Q value is given in long tons, substitute 885 for 990 in the formula. Note 2. To obtain T4 when the Q value is given in long tons, substitute 2240 for 2000 in the formula.

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CALCULATION FORMULA FOR POWER AND BELT TENSION JIS B8805 - 1965

Based on KW-kg-m

Please see page 24 and 25 for an explanation of the symbols and values used in the formulas.

Power To Move Empty Belt (kw) P _ 0.06 x f x W x V . (L + Lo)

1- 367

f & Lo: From Table W: From Table

Power To Move Load on Level (kw) P _ fxQ·(L+Lo)

2 - 367

f & Lo: From Table

Power To Lift Load (kw) P =+ HxQ

3 - 367

+ for ascent conveyor for descent conveyor

Power To Move Tripper (kw)

for conveyor with self-running tripper

Total Power (kw)

----- .... TM

TE

Effective Tension (kg) TE = 6120 x P

V

Slack Side Tension (kg) 1

T2=TEX (J

e/J - 1

1 : Driving Coefficient Factor From Table

e/J(J -1

Slope Tension (kg)

- for ascent conveyor + for descent conveyor

WI : Weight of Belt From Table

Sag Tension (kg)

to limit belt sag to less than 2% of carrier idler space

50 Q +W)

T4 = 8 x QC' ( 0.06 x V I

OR

the larger tension of the two shou Id be used WI: Weight of Belt From Table

Maximum Tension (kg) (:.1 kg=9.B1 N)

For Horizontal Conveyor TM=Te+T2 OR TE+T4 For Inclined Conveyor

TM=TE+T2 OR TE+T3+T4 the larger tension of the two should be used

Maximum Unit Tension (kg/cm)

(:.1 kg/cm=0.9B1 KN/m)

TM = Maximum Tension

B Belt Width

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~ CALCULATION OF UNIT ~PERATING TENSION REQUIRED

SYMBOLS AND VALUES USED FOR CALCULATING THE TENSION REQUIRED

Unit
Siigl'l Hfl·los kw-kg ~ppIicabJe
-ft -rTl
f - - Friction Factor of Idler
Lo ft m Corrected Value of Center-to-center Distance
Lo
f Structural Characteristics of Conveyor
ft m
0.03 161 49 Apparatus equipped with idlers of ordinary revolution resistance,
and installation conditions not particularly good.
,0.022 216 66 Apparatus equipped with idlers of particularly small revolution
resistance, and good installation conditions
0.012 512 156 For descending conveyor

Q short metric Carrying Capacity - (See Notes 1 and 2, page 22)
ton/hr ton/hr
V ft/min. m/min. Belt Speed
L ft. m Horizontal Center Distance between Head and Tail Pulley
L' ft. m Horizontal Distance of Conveyor Slope
H ft. m Vertical Height of Ascent or Descent
j ~
. ------=:::..
r:::::::::== L \ ~---r I; §§Et-r
~~I

T (I
L I·
I (=L') L 1
W Ibs/ft kg/m Weight of Moving Parts without materials carried
Belt (in) 16 18 20 24 30 36 42 48 54 56 60 64 72 80 84 96 120
Width (mm) 400 450 500 600 750 900 1050 1200 1350 1400 1500 1600 1800 2000 2100 2400 3000
(Ibs/ 15 19 20 24 36 42 54 61 72 75 80 84 101 108 121 145 210
ft)
W
(kg/ 22.4 28 30 35.5 53 63 80 90 107 112 119 125 150 160 180 215 315
m)
Note: For exact calculation, the following method should be used.
W; Weight of Carrier Idler + Weight of Return Idler + 2 x (Belt Weight)
Carrier ld ler Spacing Return Idler Spacing
QC ft. m Carrier Idler Spacing
QR ft. m Return Idler Spacing 24

BArtDO CONVEYOR BELT

Belt (in) 16 18 20 24 30 36 42 48 54 56 60 64 72 80 84 96 120
Width (rnrn) 400 450 500 600 750 900 1050 1200 1350 1400 1500 1600 1800 2000 2100 2400 3000
( lbs/ft) 3 4 5 6 9 10 16 18 21 22 24 26 31 34 36 41 52
WI
(kg/m) 4.5 7 7.5 9 13 15.5 23 26 31 33 35.5 38 46 51 54 61 77 Note: For exact calculation of WI. it is recommended that the actual weight of the carcass and cover rubber be used (see page 16).

Driving Coefficient Factor (see the following table)

eIJ8 -1

8. Arc of Contact (degree)
Condition of Pulleys J.1
180 200 210 220 230 240
Wet by muddy 0.1 2.71 2.39 2.26 2.14 2.02 1.92
water
Pulleys without
Lagging Moistened 0.2 1.14 0.99 0.925 0.866 0.812 0.763
Dry 0.25 0.838 0.718 0.668 0.621 0.579 0.541
Wet by muddy 0.2 1.14 0.99 0.925 0.866 0.812 0.763
water
Pulleys with
Rubber Laggi ng Moistened 0.3 0.638 0.541 0.499 0.462 0.428 0.399
Dry 0.35 0.499 0.418 0.384 0.353 0.325 0.300 8 : Arc of Contact

J.1: Coefficient of Friction between driving pulley and belt

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~ TROUGHABILITYAND LOAD SUPPORT

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PLIES FOR TROUGHING

16 20 24 30 36 42 48 54 60

120

4bo 500 600 750 900

1050 1200 1350 1500

-

3000

2 3 4 6 6 7 7 7 7

3 4 5 6 6 7 7 7

4 6 6 7 7 7 7

4 6 6 7 7 7

5 6 6 7 7

4 4 6 6 7 7 7

3 4 6 6 6 7 7

3 4 6 6 6 7 7

4 6 6 6 7

4 6 6 7 7

4 6 6 7 7

4 6 6 6 7

MINIMUM NUMBER OF PLIES TO SUPPORT THE LOAD

16 20 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 72 80 84 96

120

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3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5

400 500 600 750 900

1050 1200 1350 1500 1800 2000 2100 2400 3000

2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6

2 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6

2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 6

3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6

3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5

3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6

3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5

3 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6

4 4 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 7

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6

BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

FABRIC GROUPS

Fabric groups in the two tables above are classified as follows.

NN-500, 630, PVN-300, 315, 350,400, EP-300, 315, 350, 400, HN-300, NN-180M, PVN-l10M

NN-l00, 125, 150, 160,200,250, PVN-l00, 125, 150, 160, EP-l00, 125, 150, 160, HN-l 00, 125, 150, 160, NN-35M, 50M, 70M, 90M, PVN-35M, 50M, HN-35M, 50M

NI\l-300, 315, 350, 400, PVN-200, 250, EP-200, 250, HN-200, 250, NN-ll0M, 140M, PVN-70M, 90M, HN-70M, CC-360Z

EP-500, 630

MINIMUM BELT WIDTH OF STEEL CORD BELT FOR TROUGHING

ST-500 3/16 5 3/16 5 24 600 24 600 24 600
ST-700 3/16 5 3/16 5 24 600 24 600 30 750
ST-l000 3/16 5 3/16 5 24 600 24 600 30 750
ST-1250 3/16 5 3/16 5 24 600 30 750 36 900
ST-1600 3/16 5 3/16 5 24 600 30 750 36 900
ST-2000 1/4 6 1/4 6 30 750 30 750 36 900
ST-2500 1/4 6 1/4 6 30 750 36 900 36 900
ST-3000 1/4 6 1/4 6 30 750 36 900 36 900 Remarks: 1) Please refer to page 12 for the troughability and load support of Sun Ion conveyor belt.

2) Troughability is affected when the ambient temperature falls below freezing point. Please contact BANDO or your nearest BANDO agent.

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~IMPACT RESISTANCE

As the material size increases impact becomes more important than tension requirements in determining the type of carcass and its th ickness.

Listed below is a general guide of the effect of impact energy on belt specifications. I rnpact energy itself is basically lump weight multiplied by the distance it falls onto the belt (when it is a direct fall).

However impact energy itself varies greatly according to lump shape, percentage of large lumps, chute angle, cycle time, etc. Furthermore shock absorbing devices are a factor which must be considered. I mpact idlers with rubber rings are a must in the loading area.

70 10 ST-500 3/16 x 3/16 5x5 4 ply NN-l00 1/8 x 1/16 3 x 1.5·
350 50 ST-850 1/4 x 1/4 6x6 4 ply NN-150 1/4 x 3/32 6 x 2.5
70(J 100 ST-l000 1/4xl/4 6x6 4 ply NN-200 1/4 x 3/32 6 x 2.5
. ,.
1500 200 ST-l000 5/16 x 1/4 8x6 5 ply NN-200 5/16 x 1/8 8x3
2000 300 ST-1250 5/16 x 1/4 8x6 5 ply NN-200 5/16 x 1/8 8x3
3500 500 ST-1500 5/16 x 1/4 8x6 5 ply NN-250 5/16 x 1/8 8x3 I n regard to impact over 3,500 ft· I b (500 kq rn) steel cord belts have distinct advantages over fabric belts. ST-3000 with a 0.8 inch (20 mm) top and 0.4 inch (10 mm) bottom cover is the typical specification of the

BAN DO ROCK BELT, a conveyor belt used in very tough applications involving extremely heavy impact.

Please contact BANDO or your nearest BANDO agent for more detailed information about impact design and t~e ROCK BELT System.

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BA r-I DO CONVEYOR BELT

J PULLEY DIAMETER

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM DIAMETER OF THE DRIVING PULLEY (in inches) FOR MULTIPLY FABRIC BELT

The figures in this table are applied to: (1) belts in general use, when their actual tension is 75 to 100% of their tension rating.

(2) heat resistant belts, when thei r maximum tension is not more than 70% of their tension rating (see note (2) on page 14 and 15)

NN-100 NN-125 NN-150 NN-160 NN-200 NN-250 NN-300 NN-315 NN-350 NN-400 NN-500 NN-630

PVN-100 PVN-125 PVN-150 PVN-160 PVN-200 PVN-250 PVN-300 PVN-315 PVN-350 PVN-400

10 10 10 10 12 14 14 16 16 18 20 28

12 14 16 16 16 18 22 22 22 30

12 14 14 14 16 18 20 20 20 24 28 38

16 18 20 20 22 22 28 30 30 38

16 18 18 18 20 22 24 26 26 28 34 48

22 22 24 24 28 30 36 36 36 46

18 22 22 22 24 26 28 30 30 34 40 58

26 26 30 30 32 34 42 44 44 56

22 24 24 24 28 30 32 36 36 40 46 66

30 30 34 34 38 40 50 52 52 64

HN-100 HN-125 HN-150 HN-160 HN-200 HN-250 HN-300

10 10 10 10 14 16 18

14 16 16 16 18 20 24

18 20 20 20 22 26 30

22 24 24 24 26 30 36

24 28 28 28 30 36 42

EP-100 EP-125 EP-150 EP-160 EP-200 EP-250 EP-300 EP-315 EP-350 EP-400 EP-500 EP-630

NN-35M NI\J-50M f\IN-70M NN-90M NN-110M NN-140M NN-180M

PVN-35M PVN-50M PVN-70M PVN-90M PVN-110M

HN-35M HN-50M HN-70M

12 16 16 16 16 18 20 22 26 26 30 48

10 10 14 16 16 18 24

12 16 16 20 20

10 10 14

16 20 20 20 22 24 26 30 34 34 36 64

12 14 18 20 20 24 32

16 20 20 28 28

14 16 18

22 26 26 26 28 30 34 36 42 42 46 82

16 18 22 24 24 30 40

22 24 26 34 34

18 20 22

26 30 30 30 32 36 40 44 50 50 54 98

18 22 26 30 30 36 46

26 30 30 40 40

22 24 26

CC-360Z

20

28

34

40

30 36 36 36 38 42 46 52 58 58 62

114

22 24 30 34 34 42 54

30 34 36 48 48

24 28 30

48

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~ PULLEY DIAMETER

Please use following conversion table for mm
12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200
50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80
1250 1300 1350 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 Pulley diameters can be reduced depending on tension and location of pulleys.

1. Tension

When maximum tension is 50- 75% of tension rating (40 - 50% in the case of heat resistant belts) it is possible to reduce the diameters given in the table above by 10%.

When maximum tension is less than 50% of tension rating (less than 40% for heat resistant belts) diameters can be reduced 1-" ~'J% from those listed above.

2. Location of pulleys

Drive, head and tripper pulleys - no reduction possible.

Tail and take-up pulleys - the values I isted above can be reduced by 15%.

Snub and bend pulleys when the arc of contact is 90° or less - the values I isted above can be reduced by 30%.

RECOMMENDED PULLEYS FOR STEEL CORD BELTS.

Two factors must be considered when selecting the pulley diameters for steel cord belts.

1. Pressure force beneath cords

The pulley diameter can be determined from the tension of the' steel cord belt using the following equation.

T t

D=2x---x-

B x P'f d

(in, ern)

D : diameter of pulley (in, ern)

T : working tension of belt on each

pulley (lbs, Kg)

B : belt width (in, ern) P'f : rated pressure force (lbs/sq.in. kg/sq.cm)

t : steel cord pitch (in, cm)

d : steel cord diameter (in, ern)

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The steel cords are the conveyor belt's tension members

and as such they receive the revolving force from the pulley surface. At

the same time pressure force is exerted on the pulleys. This pressure force is of importance and must be considered in order to prevent the fatigue and abrasion of that portion of the cover rubber beneath the cords, and to prevent the loss of adhesion between th is rubber and the cords.

BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

The pressure force on the surface of the pulley is given by the following equation.:

Pressure force 6T /6Q is

Pf = 6T = T x sin68 = _T_

6Q B x R x 68 . B x R

Pf : Pressure force (lbs/in". kg/cm2) R : radius of pulley (in, ern)

6Q: belt length in contact with pulley (in, ern)

B : belt width (in, cm)

As the tension members do not run transversely across the belt, calculation has to be made on the basis of Pf and then converted to the area directly below the steel cords only.

Rated Pressure Force P'f = _T_ x _!_

B x R d

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~ PULLEY DIAMETER

Following table shows the normal pulley diameters for representative ST grades and is based on a rated pressure force of 170 lbs/sq.in (12kg/sq.cm) and a safety

factor of 7.

ST-800 26 650 24 600 20 500 14 350 14 350
ST-1000 34 800 32 750 24 600 18 400 18 400
ST-1250 38 900 34 850 28 650 20 450 20 450
ST-1600 38 950 34 850 28 700 20 500 20 450
ST-2000 44 1050 40 950 32 750 22 550 20 450
ST-2500 52 1300 46 1150 36 900 26 650 24 500
ST-3000 58 1350 52 1250 40 950 28 700 26 550 As a rough guide the size of each type of pulley can be read off the above table.

Drive, head, and tripper pulleys: consult the '90% or more' column. Tail and take-up pulleys: consult the 'less than 90%' column.

Snub and take-up bend pulleys (when the arc of contact is 90° or less): consu It the' less than 50%' column.

INFLUENCE OF BELT THICKNESS

Pulley diameter is also determined

by the necessity to prevent cracks on the belt surface which are due to bend ing stress occuring after long use

D:;? 35T D: Pulley diameter

T : Top cover thickness plus a half of carcass gauge

Remark: In the case of heat resistant belts it is desirable to use 45T.

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BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

JTAKE-UP STROKE

When deciding on the take-up stroke it is necessary to consider both elastic elongation and permanent stretch.

TAKE-UP STROKE

(Percentage of Center-to-Center Distance)

Steel Cord Belt 0.05-0.1 0.1-0.2 0.3+spare lenght
NN-l00 - 350
NN-35M - 110M 0.3 - 0.5 1.0 - 1.2 1.7+Additional length
HN
NN-400 - 630 0.4 - 0.8 1.0 - 1.2 2.0+Additional length
NN-140M -180M
PVN, EP 0.1 -0.3 0.4 - 0.6 0.9+Additional length
CC-360Z 0.1 -0.2 1.0-1.5 1.7+Additional length Spare length equals a half of a splicing length or 2 ft (500 mm) whichever is longer, plus 0.2% of the center-tocenter distance with a minimum of 6 inches (150 mm) and a maximum of 40 inches (1000 rnrn).

The former provides sufficient length in case resplicing is required due to an accident or mishap. The latter is considered necessary to provide the slack in the conveyor line which is required during splicing work and is afterwards absorbed into the take-up.

Additional length=Spare lenqth+Initial stretch. (Initial stretch: Approxinate 0.5%)

T ' ... -- Limit

T":,;~:, T

_l_ »: _ .. j_Elastic+permanent+initial stretcn

It ....

. .

I •

\ .

.. . ... _ .. "

, .. - ...... . .

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J CONSIDERATION OF EDGE TENSION

There exists a difference in tension between the edge and center of a troughed belt. Unless the arrangement of idlers and rollers keeps this tension difference sufficiently small it creates certain problems at the following places.

transition between pulley and the first troughed idler

vertical curvature, either concave or convex

turn-over

DISTANCE BETWEEN PULLEY AND THE FIRST TROUGH ED IDLER

If the distance between pulley and the first troughed idler is too short, extraordinary stress is put on the belt edge. This causes carcass fatigue and buckling.

The fi rst troughed id ler shouio be set at a distance from the pulley determined by the following equation s.

When the surface of the pulley is level with the upper surface of the horizontal idler of a set of

3 idlers.

Q' c = c x 0: X b

Q'c: minimum distance between pulley and the first idler (ft, rn)

c: constant, 16 for steel cord, 7 for I\JN, HI\J, CC and 8 for PVN, EP 0:: trough angle (rad)

b: the length of the troughed portion which almost equals B/3, where B stands for belt width in ft or m.

fooII4f------Q'C -----~

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More commonly idlers are set so that the horizontal one is lower than the surface of the pulley, then the distance requirement is shortened. The ·.'ollowing equation gives the approximate value.

Q'c = 2/3 x c x 0: X b

When the belt tension is low, it is possible to shorten even more the distance between the pulley and the fi rst id ler. For example the distance can be approximately

obtai ned from the equation below, at the tai I end when the idlers are lower.

Q' = 2/3 x 2/3 x c x 0: X b

BANDO CONVEYOR BELT

RADIUS OF CURVATURE AT CONCAVE

At the concave, tension at the belt edges becomes less than that at the center, therefore, the belt is apt to wave at the edges. The following equation provides the minimum radius of curvature to prevent

such waving.

R = 82 X E x sin a: 2xCxT

R : minimum radius of curvature at concave (tt. m)

C : constant value; C. 36 (lbs. in)

C: 300 (kg, cm)

8 : belt width (in, ern)

E : Young's modulus of belt (lbs/in. kg/cm)

T : tension of belt at concave (lbs. kg) a: : trough angle of id ler

When determining the radius of curvature it is also necessary to ensure that the belt is not I if ted off the conveyor line, in addition to considering the belt edges. Use the equation below.

T

R=----

WI cos e

R . minimum radius of curvature at

concave (ft, m)

T : tension of belt at concave

(Ibs, kg)

WI : unit weight of belt (lbs/ft. kg/m)

e : angle of inclination

RADIUS OF CURVATURE AT CONVEX

For the same reason as mentioned in the section on the distance between pulley and the first troughed idler, the radius of curvature at the convex should be limited by the following equation.

1 8 .

R = - x - x sin a:

E C

R : minimum radius of curvature at convex (ft, rn)

C : constant value; C: 36 (in)

C:. 300 (cm)

B : belt width (in, cm)

a: : trough angle of idler

E : constant based on permissible

belt stretch of tension member. 0.002 is applicable for steel cord conveyor belt, 0.01 for NN, HN, CC and 0.008 for PVN, EP.

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~. CONSIDERATION OF EDGE TENSION

TURN-OVER

Turn-over is a special method used to keep the conveyor clean. The belt is twisted over after the materials are unloaded, and thus the dirty top surface of the belt does not touch the return idlers. The table below shows the minimum length of turn-over permissible after considering edge tension.

15 B

10 B

10 B

Folded type

25 B

10 B

12.5 B

Non folded type

In the above table B stands for belt width.

Folded Type

Non Folded Type

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BArtoO CONVEYOR BELT

j BELT SPEED AND CAPACITY

RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM BELT SPEED

_________________ -r~ __ ,_ __ T_~ __ -r--._--~p-ra-c,ti-~-'~B-el-t-Sp-er~---r_--~--r_--r_~--~

:---- ~ _~-I-_'8-+-_+-2_4-+_3_0-l-3_6_l-4_2_l-4_8-1~5_4-t_6_0-l-_6_4+-_72_r_oV_80--..1'

-~--, ,CaTrum

"I:J~I;>IIOI~ •• __

350 1400 1450 1500 1600

750 900 1050 1200 1350 1600 1600 1800 over 2000

BELT WIDTH & RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM LUMP SIZE

Wood chi ps, G rai n or other ft/min. 500 500 700 700 700 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
free-flowing, non-abrasive
materials m/min. 150 150 200 200 200 250 250 300 300 300 300 300 300 300
ft/min. 400 400 600 600 600 1000 1000 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Coal, Earth, Soft ores, Damp clay.
Fine crushed stone, Sand m/min.
120 120 180 180 180 300 300 350 350 350 350 350 350 350
ft/min. - 400 400 400 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 800
Heavy, hard, sharp edged ores,
Coarse crushed stone
m/min. - 120 120 120 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 250 Belt Width

in mm
16 400
20 500
24 600
30 750
36 900
42 1050
48 1200 Maximum Lump Size
Belt Width
All Lumps 8~90% Fines
in mm in mm in mm
2 60 4 100 54 1350
4 90 6 150 60 1500
5 120 8 200 72 1800
6 150 10 250 80 2000
8 200 12 300 84 2100
10 250 16 400 96 2400
12 300 20 500 120 3000 Maximum Lump Size

All Lumps 8()-900/0 F iries
in mm in mm
14 360 24 600
16 400 28 700
20 500 34 850
22 550 38 950
24 600 42 1050
27 680 48 1200
35 870 60 1500
37 ~ BELT SPEED AND CAPACITY

CONVEYOR CAPACITY - METRIC TONS PER HOUR ........ 8ased on JIS 88805 - 1965
Based on 20-degree trough idlers, 20-degree surcharge angle and 1 metric ton per cubic meter
(62.5 Ibs per cubic foot) in average weight.
~ Conveyor Capacity - metric tons per hour
100 ft/min 200 250 330 400 500 600 750 1000
30 m/min 60 75 100 120 150 180 230 300
16 400 22 43 54 72 87 108 - - -
20 500 36 72 90 120 144 180 216 - -
24 600 54 108 135 180 216 271 325 - -
30 750 88 176 220 293 352 440 528 675 -
36 900 130 260 325 434 521 651 781 998 1302
42 1050 181 361 451 602 722 903 1083 1384 1805
48 1200 239 478 598 797 956 1195 1435 1833 2391
54 1350 306 612 765 1020 1223 1529 1835 2345 3059
56 1400 330 660 825 1100 1320 1650 1980 2530 3299
60 1500 381 762 952 1270 1523 1904 2285 2920 3809.
64 1600 435 871 1089 1451 1742 2177 2013 3338 4354
72 1800 555 1111 1389 1852 2222 2777 3333 4259 5555
80 2000 690 1380 1725 2301 2761 3451 4141 5291 6902
84 2100 763 1526 1907 2543 3052 3815 4578 5850 7630
96 2400 1003 2007 2508 3344 4013 5017 6020 7692 10033
120 3000 1583 3165 3956 5275 6330 7913 9496 12133 15826
Correction Coefficient for Trough Angle and Surtharge Angle Surcharge Angle
Trough Angle 0° 5° 10° 20° 30°
10° 0.291 0.405 0.520 0.755 1.001
° 0.562 0.669 0.778 1.000 1.233
20
30° 0.794 0.892 0.990 1.192 1405
35° 0.891 0.983 1.076 1.265 1465
45° 1.041 1.119 1.198 1.360 1.530
60° 1.143 1.200 1.256 1.373 1495 For spectfic conveyors, multiply by the appropriate correction coefficient. Correction Coefficient for Degrees of Inclination (Based on DIN)

Inclination 2° 4° 6° 8° 10° 12° 14° 16° 18° 20° 21° 22° 23° 24° 25° 26° 27° 28° 29° 30°
(degree)
Correction 1 0.99 0.98 0.97 0.95 0.93 0.91 0.89 0.85 0.91 0.78 0.76 0.73 0.71 0.68 0.66 0.64 0.61 0.59 0.56
Coefficient For inclined conveyors, multiply by the appropriate correction coefficient. Changeover List of metric ton - long ton - short ton - pounds

Metric Ton Long Ton Short Ton Lbs.
1 0.984 1.102 2205
1.016 1 1.120 2240
0.907 0.893 1 2000 38

BArtoo CONVEYOR BELT

CHARACTERISTICS OF MATERIALS ON MOVING BELT Flowability - Angle of Surcharge - Angle of Repose

Angle of Surcharge

Condition

Very free flowing, having angle of repose 00 - 200 Uniform size,

Very small rounded particle,

Free flowing, having angle of repose of 200 - 300 Rounded, dry

pol ished particles, of

Angle of repose over 400 Medium size lumps Sluggish, fibrous stringy, particle.

Whole seeds

Whole grain, Whole beans Coal

Angle of repose between 300 and 350

Largest lumps permitted by width of belt

Sand Earth

Ashes Gravel Ore

either very wet or very dry. medium weight.

Typical Materials

Dry Silica Sand Cement, Wet Concrete Mica flakes, Fly ash

Rock Lump lime

Lump gypsum

Wood chips Shavings Green malt Shredded cane

Damp fines and tempered

Bark

Bagasse Hops

foundry sand

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~ BELT SPEED AND CAPACITY

Average Weight - Angle of Repose - Recommended Maximum Inclination - Abrasiveness
Materials Average
Carried C<:>ndltion Weight
lb$l'cy, ft·,
Alum fine 45-50 0,7-0.8 30-45 C Concrete 4" lump 110-150 1.8-2.4 20-30 20-22 B
Alum lump 50-60 0.8-1.0 30-45 C Concrete 6" lump 110-150 1.8-2.4 20-30 12 B
Asbestos ore 81 1.3 20-30 A Copper ore lump 120-150 1.9-2.4 20-30 20 A
Asbestos shred 20-25 0.3-0.4 45 B Corn shelled 45 0.7 21 10 C
Ashes dry 35-40 0.6 40 20-25 B Corn meal 38-40 0.6 35 22 C
Ashes wet 45-50 0.7-0.8 50 23-27 B Cottonseed, dry
Asphalt binder for de-linted 35 0.6 29 16 C
paving 80-85 1.3-1.4 45 C Cottonseed , dry un-de-
Asphalt crushed 45 0.7 45 C linted 18-25 0.3-0.4 35 19 C
Baking Cottonseed, dry
powder fine 40-55 0.6-0.9 20-30 18 C meal 35-40 0.6 35 22 C
Barytes powdered 120-140 1.9-2.2 20-30 B Dolomite lump 90-100 1.4-1.6 20-30 22 B
Bauxite ground, Earth, as
dry 68 1.1 35 20 B excavated dry 70-80 1.1-1.3 35 20 B
Bauxite mine run 80-90 1.3-1.4 31 17 A Earth,
Bauxite, crushed containing
-3" 75-85 1.2-1.4 30-45 20 A clay wet 100-110 1.6-1.8 45 23 B
Beans, Feldspar y," -screen 70-85 1.1-1.4 38 18 B
castor, Feldspar 2/3"-3" 90-110 1.4-1.8 34 17 B
whole _y," 36 0.6 -20 8-10 C Fish meal 35-40 0.6 +45 C
Borax lump 55-60 0.9-1.0 30-45 B Fish scrap 40-50 0.6-0.8 +45 C
Borax fine 45-55 0.7-0.9 20-30 20-22 B Flaxseed -1/8" 45 0.7 21 12 C
Buckwheat -1/8" 40-42 0.6-0.7 25 11-13 C Flour, wheat fine 35-40 0.6 +45 21 C
Cast iron chips Glass batch lump 80-100 1.3-1.6 20-30 20-22 A
_y," 130-200 2.1-3.2 +45 B Grain,
Cement, -100 94 1.5 0 12 B distillery,
Portland mesh spent dry 30 0.5 20-30 15 C
Cement, Granite lump 85-90 1.4 20-30 A
Clinker lump 75-95 1.2-1.5 30-40 18-20 A Gravel, bank
Charcoal lump 18-25 0.3-0.4 35 20-25 B run 90-100 1.4-1.6 38 20
Chrome ore ~ G ravel, dry,
(Chrornite) lump 125-140 2.0-2.2 30 C sharp lump 90-100 1.4-1.6 20-30 15-17 A
Clay, dry fine 100-120 1.6-1.9 .j5 20-22 C Gravel,
Clay, dry lump 60-75 1.0-1.2 35 18-20 B pebbles 90-100 1.4-1.6 30 12 B
Coal, anthracite Gypsum,
river or dust aerated 60-70 1.0-1.1 42 23 B
culm Gypsum, 1/2"
-1/8" 60 1.0 35 18 C dust aerated screen 70-80 1.1-1.3 40 21 B
Coal, anthracite, Gypsum,
size dust aerated 3/2" -3" 70-80 1.1-1.3 30 15 B
_y," 55-60 0.9-1.0 27 16 B Ice, crushed lump 35-45 0.6-0.7 -20 B
Coal, Iron ore lump 100-200 1.6-3.2 35 18-20 B
bituminous -50mesh 50-54 0.8-0.9 45 24 C Iron ore
Coal, crushed -1/2" 135-150 2.2-2.4 20-30 20-22 B
bituminous run of Iron oxide,
mine 45-55 0.7-0.9 38 18 C pigment fine 25 0.4 40 25 C
Coal, lignite lump 40-45 0.6-0.7 38 22 B Lead ores, fine 200-270 3.2-4.3 30 15 B
Coffee, Lime,
green bean _y," 32 0.5 25 10-15 C ground -1/8" 60-65 1.0 43 23 C
Coke loose lump 23-35 0.4-0.6 +45 18 A Lime, pebble lump 53-56 0.8-0.9 30 17 C
Coke breezo -%" 25-35 0.4-0.6 30-45 20-22 A Limestone,
Concrete 2" lump 110-150 1.8-2.4 20-30 24-26 B agricultural -1/8" 68 1.1 20-30 20 B
In case of high inclination conveyors, the following Conveyor Belts are recommended.
Deep Trough Conveyor Belt ................................................. Inclination 20° - 24° (for bulk materials under 2")
Rough Top (Package Type) Conveyor Belt ............. , ................................ 20° - 24° (for carton box)
Rough Top (Package Type) Conveyor Belt , ...................................•..•.••... 25° - 30° (for rough surface wooden Box)
V-shaped Cleated Conveyor Belt ......................................................•......... 25° - 28° (for bulk materials under 2")
Fin Type Cleated Conveyor Belt ................................................................ up to 45° (for bulk materials under 2")
40 BArtDO CONVEYOR BELT

Materials

Carried Condition

Limestone, crushed Manganese ore

Mica ground Molybdenite Oats Phosphate, acid,

fertil izer Phosphate triple super, fertilizer Phosphate rock, broken Phosphate rock, pulverized Potash salts, sylvite etc, Quartz

Rice, hulled or polished Rock, crushed Rock, soft, excavated

. with shovel Rubber, pelletized Rut,h,:' ,

r", ,

Salt, common dry, Salt, common dry,

Sand, bank, damp

Sand, bank, dry

Sand, foundry prepared Sand, foundry, shakeout Sand, core Sandstone, broken Shale, crushed Slag, blast furnace

-1/2"

lump

fine powdered -1/2"

fine

ground fine dry, lumpy

fine

fine lump

-1/8"

lump

lump

lump

lump

coarse

fine

fine

fine

fine

lump fine

lump

-1/2"

-100

mesh

85-90

125-140 13-15 107 26

60

lA

2.0-2.2 0.2 1.7 OA

1.0

75-85 1.2-1 A 25-30

60

1.0

80 1.3 20-30

85-95 1 A-l.5 20-30

125-145 2.0-2.3 20-30

100-110 1.6-1.8 30-45

40-55 0.6-0.9 20-30

110-130 1.8-2.1 45

85-90 1 A 30-45

38

39 34 40 21

26

40

18

20 23 25 10

13

30

12-15

25

18

22

22

18

18-:,

11

20-22

16-18

24

22 26

22

10

8

Remarks:

Sign of Abrasiveness A Very abrasive

B Abrasive

C Non-abrasive

B

A B C C

B

c

B

B

C A

c

B

B

c

c

B

B

A

A

A

A C

A

B

A

Slag, furnace,

granu lar, dry

Slag, furnace, granular, Slate, dust

Slate, crushed Slate, crushed Soap chips Soda ash, briquetts Soda ash, heavy Soda ash, light Soybeans, cracked Soybeans, whole Soybean cake Soybean meal, cold Sugar, granulated Sulphate, powdered Sulphate, crushed Sulphate, crushed Tak, powdered Talc,

Zinc

wet -100 mesh

-1/2" 3/2"-3" -1/2"

-1/2"

-1/8"

-100

mesh

-1/2"

-1/2"

+1/2"

-1/8"

-1/2"

-1/8"

-1/2"

3" -100 mesh 1/2"

lump

60-65

90-100 lA-1.6 45

1.0

70-80 1.1-1.3 35

80-90 1.3-1 A 28

85-95 1 A-l.5 20-30

15-25 0.2-0A 30

50

55-65 0.9-1 .0 32

0.8

20-35 0.3-0.6 37

30-40 0.5-0.6 35

45-50 0.7-0.8 21-28

40-43 0.6-0.7 32

40

0.6

32-37

50-55 0.8-0.9 20~30 50-60 0.8-1 .0 20-30

50-60 0.8-1.0 20-30

80-85 1 .3-1 A 20-30

50-60 0.8-1.0 20-30

80-90 1 .3-1 A 20-30

85-95 1 A-l.5 20-30

50 45-48 10-30 200

60

1.0

0.8 0.7-0.8 0.2-0.5

75-80 1.2-1.3 20-30

160

110

2.6

1.8

10-15

30-35 0.5-0.6 30-45

30-45

0.2

25

22

26

40 28 +45

38

38

20-22

13-16

50-55 0.8-0.9 45

45-48 0.7-0.8 20

50-55 0.8-0.9 35

25-30 OA-0.5 32

70-80 1.1-1.3 25

90-110 lA-1.8 35

80-90 1.3-1 A +45

90-100 lA-1.6 39

65 1.0 41

85-90 lA 39

80-90 1.3-1 A 25

screen

Talc, 3/2"-3"

Trisodium,

phosphate granular

Trisodium,

phosphate pulverized

Wheat -1/2"

Wood chips irregular

Zinc dust

concent rates -1/8" Zin ore,

crushed

Zin ore,

roasted - 1 /2"

Zinc oxide, -100

heavy mesh

Zinc oxide, -100

light mesh

A

A

20

B

15

B

18

B C

7

B

19

B

22

B

15-18

B

12-16

B

17

B

16-20

c

c

21

c

20

c

18

c

c

c

c

11

c

25 12 27

c c c

B

22

B

c

c

41

Data Required to Design Conveyor Belt

Size of Belt:

Company_________________________________ Name of Conveyor _

Place to be installed: Outdoor, with shade, indoor, or in a pit

(Atmospheric Temperature, MAX of, °c MIN (oF,oC)

Width (rnrn, inch) Length (Required) (m, ft)

I ncl ude Spl i ce lengt h _

Tapelength __

Name of materi al _

Bulk densi ty _

Lump Size MAX. (rnrn. inch) MIN (rnrn, inch)

_______ 0 F, °c

Condition of materials: Temperature MAX oF, °c AV

Dry, Wet, Sticky, Acid, Alkaline, Oily ----, _

Carrying Materials:

Belt Speed Capacity Conveyor:

_________________ (ft/min, m/min, rn/sec)

____ (LT/H) (ST/H) (MT/H)

Center Distance Horizontal Distance _

Verti cal Height I ncl in at ion _

Length of I ncl inat ions part _

Single, Tandem d ri ve, D ua I or m u It i _

Location of Drive: Head, Tail, Intermediate, Other _

Sett i ng Moto r: P ri mary: H P X _

Secondary: HP X _

And Other: HP X __

Type of Drive:

Type of Take-up:

ArcofContact _

Surface of Driving Pulley. Bare or Lagged Dry or Wet __

Screw, Gravity, Power Wi nch, Other _

Location of Take-up: After drive, Tail, Head, Intermediate, Others _

Take-up Stroke: (rn, tt)

Take-up Weight: (kg, lbs)

Idlers:

Drive Head _

Take-up Bend _

Troughangle Trough idler pitch (rn. ft)

Return idler pitch (rn, ft)

Tail _

Snub ___

Pulley Diarneter:

Condition of chute:

Distance between pulley and first trough idler (rn. ft)

Hot vu I can i zed spl i ce __

Cold cu re spl i ce _

Mechan i cal spl ice _

Falling height (rn. tt)

Splicing Method:

Chuteangle _

Direct height from belt surface (rn, tt)

Lighten i rn pact: __

Impact id lers __

Idlers supported by spring or cushion rubber _:_ _

F rarne su pported by spri ng or ai r cush ion _

Screentype: _

bar pitch (rn m, inch)

rneshsize _

Other _

T ri ppers: Fixed Movab Ie _

If any belt was or is used under these conditions, indicate its specifications.

Please include a sketch of Conveyor and Conveyor Line. 42

BAriDO CONVEYOR BELT

Diameter of Rolled Belt- Related Curve between Belt Thickness, Length of Finished Belt and Diameter of Rolled Belt

Belt Thickness

...

Qi co

~

o a:

'0

.... Q) ... Q)

E .~

o a

Method of Calculating the Dia. of Rolled Belt

0=) ~ al+.d2

o : Dia. of Rolled Belt d : Dia. of Core

a : Belt Thickness

I : Length of FiniShed Belt

Belt Thickness Dia. of Core
- 25.0mm 600mm
25.1 - 35.0mm 800mm
35.1mm - 1000mm 100

200

200

400

600

1000

1800

---- Finished

Belt Length ·(feet)

1--- 0 -----i

1200

1400

1600

800

Calculation Method of Finished Belt Length

(0 - d) 1t L=(d + -2-) N

L: Finished Belt Length d: Oia. of Core

o : Oia. of Rolled Belt N : No. of Times Rolled

Example: 0 = 3m d = OAm N = 60 times

L = (d + (0 - d) )11" N = (OA + 3 - OA ) 3.1416 x 60 = 326m (~ 1.050ft)

2 2

(rn)

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