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Trough Covers

Trough Cover
Conveyor Diameter 14 TCP Type TCP — Plain TCS — Semi Flanged TCF — Flanged TCH — Hip Roof TSC — Shroud 14 Cover Thickness 16 — 16 GA. 14 — 14 GA. 12 — 12 GA 10 — 10 GA.

It is the responsibility of the contractor, installer, owner and user to install, maintain and operate the conveyor components and conveyor assemblies manufactured and supplied by Martin in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standard Institute Safety Code.

Flanged Covers

Most commonly used. Can be supplied with gaskets and butt straps for dust tight applications. Semi-flanged must be furnished if spring clamps are used.

Flat Covers

Usually used only to cover conveyor for safety.

Flared Trough Covers

Usually flanged type and heavier gauges because of span.

Hip Roof Covers

Hip roof covers are similar to conventional flanged covers except they are peaked slightly to form a ridge along the center of the cover. A welded end plate closes the peaked section at each end of the trough while intermediate joints are usually buttstrap connected. Hip roof covers are usually recommended for outdoor installations to prevent accumulation of moisture. They are also often used in applications where a more rigid cover is required.

Shroud Covers

Used to approximate tubular cross section for inclined or feeder applications.

Domed Covers

Domed covers are half circle domes rolled to the same inside diameter as the trough bottom and are flanged for bolting to the trough top rails. They are used where venting of fumes or heat from the material being conveyed is required. End sections have a welded end plate and intermediate joints are buttstrap connected. Vent pipes or suction lines can be attached to the cover. Shrouds are used in trough sections of screw feeders to decrease the clearance between the cover and feeder screw to obtain proper feed regulation. Lengths are sufficient to prevent flushing of the majority of materials being handled and gauges are proportioned to trough size and gauge. H-103

Feeder Shrouds

CONVEYORS

Trough Cover
Plain Cover

Semi-flanged Cover

All conveyor troughs should have some type of cover not only to keep material inside the trough and to protect material in the trough from outside elements, but trough definitely should be covered as a safety measure, preventing injuries by keeping workers clear of the moving parts inside the conveyor trough. See H-123, Safety.

Flanged Cover

Type 1

Type 2

Type 3

Hip Roof Cover

D

5/8"

L
End Trough Cover —Type 1

L
Intermediate Trough Cover —Type 2

L
End Trough Cover — Type 3

Plain Cover Conveyor Diameter

Plain Semi-Flanged Cover Wt. Per Ft. Thickness Ga. Wt. Per Ft.

Flanged Cover

Hip Roof Cover

Part Number

Thickness Ga.

D

Part Number

D

Part Number

Thickness Ga.

Wt. Per Ft.

D

Part Number

Thickness Ga.

Wt. Per Ft.

D

4 * 6 * 9

4TCP16 6TCP16 9TCP14

16 16 14

1.5 2.0 3.5

8 93⁄4 133⁄8

4TCS16 4TCS14 6TCS16 6TCS14 9TCS14 9TCS12 9TCS10 10TCS14 10TCS12 10TCS10 12TCS14 12TCS12 12TCS10 14TCS14 14TCS12 14TCS10 16TCS14 16TCS12 16TCS10 18TCS12 18TCS10 20TCS12 20TCS10 24TCS12 24TCS10

▫ 16 14 ▫ 16 14 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 12 10 ▫ 12 10 ▫ 12 10

2.1 2.6 2.3 3.8 4.1 5.7 7.3 4.4 6.1 7.8 5.1 7.1 9.0 5.6 7.8 9.9 6.1 8.5 10.8 9.6 12.3 10.3 13.3 11.8 15.1

71⁄4 93⁄4 133⁄8

4TCF16 4TCF14 6TCF16 6TCF14 9TCF16 9TCF14 9TCF12 9TCF10 10TCF16 10TCF14 10TCF12 10TCF10 12TCF14 12TCF12 12TCF10 14TCF14 14TCF12 14TCF10 16TCF14 16TCF12 16TCF10 18TCF14 18TCF12 18TCF10 20TCF14 20TCF12 20TCF10 24TCF14 24TCF12 24TCF10

▫ 16 14 ▫ 16 14 16 ▫ 14 12 10 16 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 ▫ 14 12 10 14 ▫ 12 10 14 ▫ 12 10 14 ▫ 12 10

1.9 2.4 2.1 2.6 3.2 3.9 5.5 7.1 3.4 4.2 5.9 7.6 4.9 6.9 8.8 5.4 7.6 9.7 5.9 8.3 10.6 6.7 9.4 12.1 7.2 10.1 13.1 8.3 11.6 14.9

83⁄8 103⁄8 14

4TCH16 4TCH14 6TCH16 6TCH14 9TCH16 9TCH14

▫ 16 14 ▫ 16 14 16 ▫ 14

2.0 2.5 2.3 2.8 3.3 4.1

83⁄8 103⁄8 14

CONVEYORS

* 10 10TCP14 14 3.8 143⁄8 143⁄8

15

10TCH16 10TCH14

16 ▫ 14

3.5 4.3

15

* 12 ** 14 ** 16 ** 18 ** 20 ** 24 ** 24TCP12 12 11.1 301⁄2 301⁄2 20TCP12 12 9.7 261⁄2 261⁄2 18TCP12 12 8.9 241⁄2 16TCP14 14 5.6 211⁄2 14TCP14 14 5.1 191⁄2 12TCP14 14 4.6 171⁄2 173⁄8

18

12TCH14 12TCH12 14TCH14 14TCH12 16TCH14 16TCH12 18TCH14 18TCH12 20TCH14 20TCH12 24TCH14 24TCH12

▫ 14 12 ▫ 14 12 ▫ 14 12 14 ▫ 12 14 ▫ 12 14 ▫ 12

5.0 7.1 5.5 7.7 6.1 8.5 6.8 9.5 7.4 10.4 8.4 11.8

18

193⁄8

197⁄8

197⁄8

213⁄8

217⁄8

217⁄8

241⁄2

25

25

27

27

31

31

For average applications where dust confinement is not a problem, 2´-0″ centers or 10 fasteners per 10´-0″ section are generally satisfactory. For commercially dust tight 1´-0″ centers or 20 fasteners per 10´-0″ section are suggested. *L — Standard lengths are 5´-0″ & 10´-0″ ▫ — Standard gauge **L — Standard lengths are 5´, 6´, 10´ & 12´-0″

H-104

Cover Accessories
Flanged Conveyor Inlets
The two styles of flanged conveyor inlets are designed for either bolting or welding to flat or flanged conveyor trough cover. The inlet size and bolt arrangement is the same as the standard conveyor discharge spout.
Fixed Type Detachable Type

L Bolts Part Number Conveyor Diameter Fixed Inlet Detachable Inlet Weight B Fixed Inlet C Detachable Inlet Fixed Inlet
3

E Detachable Inlet
3 11 1 1 7 7

F

G

H

J

K

L

4 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

4CIF 6CIF 9CIF 10CIF 12CIF 14CIF 16CIF 18CIF 20CIF 24CIF

4CID 6CID 9CID 10CID 12CID 14CID 16CID 18CID 20CID 24CID

1.8 5.0 6.8 7.4 12.1 13.7 15.8 29.0 31.8 37.2

5 7 10 11 13 15 17 19 21 25

71⁄2 10 13 14 17 19 21 24 26 30

71⁄2 10 13 141⁄4 171⁄4 191⁄4 211⁄4 241⁄4 261⁄4 301⁄4

11 1

⁄8 ⁄16 ⁄2 ⁄2 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4

⁄8 ⁄16 ⁄2 ⁄2 ⁄8 ⁄8

21⁄4 213⁄16 4 45⁄16 51⁄8 31⁄2 33⁄4 47⁄16 47⁄8 55⁄8

— — — — — 31⁄2 4 43⁄8 43⁄4 55⁄8

21⁄4 3 4 43⁄8 51⁄4 31⁄2 4 43⁄8 43⁄4 51⁄2

11⁄4 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 21⁄2 21⁄2 21⁄2

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

⁄8 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1

⁄4 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄2 ⁄2 ⁄2

1 3 3 3

1 1 1

7 ⁄8 11⁄8

11⁄8 11⁄8

Spring Clamps
Spring Clamps are used to attach plain and semi-flanged covers to trough. These clamps are normally riveted to the trough flange and will pivot to allow removal of cover.
Spring Clamp Clamp No. A B C D E F G H J Wt.

SPC—1

5

⁄16

3

⁄16

1

⁄4

13⁄4

13⁄8

11⁄8

3

1

9

⁄32

.38
Spring Clamps

Spring Clamps with Cover Bracket
Spring Clamps with cover brackets are designed to attach to the top side of semi-flanged and plain covers.

Clamp No.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

J

Wt.

SPCA—1

11

⁄16

3

⁄8

3

⁄16

11⁄4

13⁄16

3

⁄8

7

⁄8

3

⁄8

11⁄4

.50
Spring Clamps with Brackets

Screw Clamps
Screw Clamps are a simple and effective means of attaching flanged or flat covers to trough. Screw Clamps available in mild steel, stainless steel and zinc plated.
Clamp No. Screw Clamp Wt. A B C D E F G Screw Clamps

CSC—2

21⁄4

1

13⁄16

11⁄4

5

⁄16

3

⁄8

5

⁄8

.42

Cover Gaskets
Red Rubber Conv. Dia. Size Sponge Rubber Size White Rubber Size

Toggle Clamps
Quick acting toggle clamps are used to attach covers for quick accessibility. Normally this type clamp is attached by welding the front or top of clamp to the trough and can be adjusted to fit all sizes of trough, while allowing 90° to clear working area.
No. Required per 10´ Section

4.6 9,10

RR125• 1 ⁄8 X 11⁄4 RR150• 1 ⁄8 X 11⁄2

SP75• 1 ⁄8 X 3⁄4 SP100• 1 ⁄8 X 1 SP150• 1 ⁄8 X 11⁄2 SP200• 1 ⁄8 X 2

WN125• 1 ⁄8 X 11⁄4 WN150• 1 ⁄8 X 11⁄2 WN250• 1 ⁄8 X 2 WN250• 1 ⁄8 X 21⁄2

Conveyor Part Number

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

12, 14, 16 RR200• 1 ⁄8 X 2 18, 20, 24 RR250• 1 ⁄8 X 21⁄2

4—24

QTC

6 to 8

713⁄16 215⁄16 125⁄32

2

11⁄4

5

⁄16

5

⁄8

Toggle Clamps

H-105

CONVEYORS

Spring Clamp with Cover Bracket

3 3 131⁄2 161⁄2 161⁄2 131⁄2 161⁄2 161⁄2 13⁄8 13⁄8 13⁄8 13⁄8 13⁄8 13⁄8 3 24 24TFS10 24TFS7 10 Ga. 12 Ga. U Flared Shroud Thickness A U B C Flared D E U F L Flared T S 4 6 4TFS14 6TFS14 6TFS12 4FFS14 6FFS14 6FFS12 9FFS14 9FFS7 10FFS14 10FFS7 12FFS12 12FFS7 14FFS12 14FFS7 16FFS12 16FFS7 18FFS12 18FFS7 20FFS10 20FFS7 24FFS10 24FFS7 14 Ga. Lengths are sufficient to prevent flushing of the majority of materials being handled and gauges are proportioned to trough size and gauge. 14 Ga. 3 7 — — 1 1 1 1 1 1 13⁄8 11⁄8 1 ⁄8 3 3 7 3 12 12TFS12 12TFS7 12 Ga.T Flared trough U-trough Screw Diameter Inches Part No. 3 3 3 20 20TFS10 20TFS7 10 Ga. 3 1 ⁄8 1 3 73⁄4 91⁄4 91⁄4 10 ⁄8 5 11⁄8 11⁄8 11⁄8 1 ⁄8 1 3 14 14TFS12 14TFS7 12 Ga. S = Spaces at E inches BOLTS . 3 5 7 7 10 10 11 11 13 13 15 15 17 17 19 19 21 21 25 25 35⁄8 4 ⁄2 1 — 7 7 9 9 — — 10 10 11 11 11 ⁄2 1 2 3 3 3 3 21⁄2 21⁄2 3 3 31⁄2 31⁄2 4 4 41⁄2 41⁄2 4 4 4 4 — 14 14 18 18 — — 22 22 24 24 28 28 31 31 34 34 40 40 4 6 6 6 6 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 8 8 8 8 5 ⁄8 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 — 3 8 12 12 18 18 20 20 24 24 28 28 32 32 36 36 40 40 48 48 1 ⁄4 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 3 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4 5 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 41⁄2 6 ⁄8 1 3 3 5 CONVEYORS 9 9TFS14 9TFS7 7 3 3 ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ 61⁄8 63⁄8 63⁄8 7 ⁄4 3 7 3 3 10 10TFS14 10TFS7 14 Ga.Feeder Shrouds Feeder Shrouds Shrouds are used in trough sections of screw feeders to decrease the clearance between the cover and feeder screw to obtain proper feed regulation. 3 3 105⁄8 121⁄8 121⁄8 13 ⁄2 1 111⁄2 121⁄8 121⁄8 13 ⁄2 1 11⁄8 13⁄8 13⁄8 1 ⁄8 3 3 18 18TFS12 18TFS7 12 Ga. 3 3 3 16 16TFS12 16TFS7 12 Ga. 14 Ga. 3 3 3 H-106 .

Various types of shrouds are furnished to fit various applications. Type 2 Type 2 Shroud cover has flanged sides over top rails and flanged ends on one end over trough end. This type shroud is used at an inlet opening or next to a hanger at the plain end. H-107 CONVEYORS . This type shroud is used between hangers.Conveyor Shrouds Conveyor Shrouds Conveyor shroud covers are used to form a tubular cross section within the conveyor trough. for bolting through side of trough. Bolt holes are provided along sides. These types are described below. Flat or flanged covers can be used over the shroud cover when it is objectionable for the recess in the shroud to be exposed to dust or weather. This shroud is used mostly for short lengths when installed ahead of an inlet opening. This arrangement gives the features of a tubular housing while allowing removal of the shroud for easy access and cleaning. Type 4 Type 4 Shroud cover has no flanges at sides or ends. other end is plain. This allows flush mounting with top of trough and a cover may be used over the shroud. Type 1 Type 1 Shroud cover has flanged sides over top rail and flanged ends at both ends. This type is used when shroud is full length of trough or between hangers. Type 3 Type 3 Shroud cover has flanged sides over top rail and both ends closed and no flanges over ends.

........................................... however........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................H-110 Trough ....................................... These special features will greatly broaden the range of uses for screw conveyor when added to the many standard features available................. one or more of these special features may sometimes be required in special applications for a workable or more efficient system...............................................................H-120 CONVEYORS H-108 Special Features The information presented in this section gives descriptions and functions of the most commonly used special features available in the design of conveyor systems................................................. ........................................H-109 Trough Ends...H-119 Inlets ..........Special Features SECTION IV SPECIAL FEATURES SECTION IV Covers..................................................H-111 Conveyor Screws ........................................................................................................................................ Standard features and components are always more desirable and practical in the design of a screw conveyor system.........................................................H-114 Discharges ..................................

They are used where venting of fumes or heat from the material being conveyed is required. HINGED COVERS may be constructed from conventional flat covers or most special covers. such as in high areas above walkways where the cover might fall. DUST SEAL COVERS are flanged down on all four sides to match channel sections fabricated on the sides. H-109 CONVEYORS DOME COVERS are half circle domes rolled to the same inside diameter as the trough bottom and are flanged for bolting to the trough top rails. Hinged covers are used in applications where it is not desirable to have a loose cover. End sections have a welded end plate and intermediate joints are buttstrap connected. They are also often used in applications where a more rigid cover is required. Vent pipes or suction lines can be attached to the cover. EXPANDED METAL COVERS can be furnished where cover is required for safety but constant visual inspection is required. Hip roof covers are usually recommended for outdoor installations to prevent accumulation of moisture. SHROUD COVERS are designed to fit inside a standard conveyor trough of a Screw Feeder or inclined conveyor. STANDARD COVERS of any design can be furnished in heavier gauges. . The length of the cover should not exceed one-half the length of the trough section. An additional flat cover may be required over the shroud to prevent accumulation of dust or water in the recessed portion of the shroud cover. HIP ROOF COVERS are similar to conventional flanged covers except they are peaked slightly to form a ridge along the center of the cover. This cover has an advantage over tubular trough in that ease of access is combined with the convenience of using standard hangers and accessories. It is a short section of flanged or flat cover hinged across the width to the adjoining cover.Covers OVERFLOW COVER sections are used as a safety relief to handle overflow over the discharge in cases where the discharge may become plugged. ends. and create a tubular trough effect. and cross channels of special dust seal troughs. when needed to support weight. A welded end plate closes the peaked section at each end of the trough while intermediate joints are usually buttstrap connected. The cover is not attached to the trough in order that it can be raised by pressure from within the trough. They are equipped with a hinge on one side for attaching to the trough and are bolted or clamped to the trough on the other side.

When required.Trough Ends SHELF-TYPE TROUGH ENDS are furnished with outboard bearing pedestals for mounting pillow block bearings. A hanger is used inside the trough to support the tail shaft without the shaft projecting through the trough end. a grease fitting can be furnished through the dead shaft for lubricating the bearing. when sealing the end shaft is extremely difficult. This arrangement allows the use of most any type shaft seal desired. The bearings are mounted away from the trough end plate allowing ample room to protect the bearing when handling abrasive or hot materials. For this type the screw is bushed with an antifriction bearing to carry the radial load of the screw. A blind trough end plate can also be furnished with a dead shaft welded to the end plate. CONVEYORS BLIND TROUGH ENDS are used on the tail end (normally the inlet end) of a conveyor. Either one or two bearings can be used. H-110 .

and is used as a screening operation or drain section when liquids are present in the conveyed material.Trough WIDE CLEARANCE TROUGH is of conventional construction except with a wider clearance between the outside of the conveyor screw and the inside of the trough. The bulk head protects the end bearing and drive unit from heat while handling hot materials. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. Also in handling hot materials. By using a wide clearance or oversize trough. or contamination of the material. This type trough is frequently used in handling abrasive materials capable of forming a layer of material on the bottom of the trough. it is more economical to use a standard conveyor screw and the next larger size standard trough. protecting the trough from undue wear. for loading to full cross sections. The material thus moves on itself. *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only. TAPERED BOTTOM TROUGH is used to prevent a dead space in the trough at the small end of a tapered conveyor screw. and for inclined or vertical applications where fall back necessitates the housing to operate at a full loading. When wide clearance trough is required. when the pocket formed is filled with packing or insulation. The bulk head can be used in the same manner to prevent damage to seals and bearings when handling extremely abrasive materials. This type trough is used when it is desirable to form a layer of conveyed material in the trough. The number of joints and amount of expansion will depend on the application. The size of the perforations in the trough will vary depending on the material and application. The expansion joint is constructed with bolts fastened in slots to allow for expansion or with a telescoping type slip joint. the material will form its own internal insulation with this type trough. BULK HEAD is a plate or baffle shaped to the contour of the inside of the trough and is normally welded or bolted six to twelve inches from the trough end. PERFORATED BOTTOM TROUGH is equipped with a perforated bottom. The material thus moves on itself. protecting the trough from undue wear. With some materials the tapered trough is necessary to prevent bridging in the trough. EXPANSION JOINT is a connection within a length of trough to allow for expansion caused by hot materials being conveyed. RECTANGULAR TROUGH is made with a flat bottom and can be formed from a single sheet or with sides and bottom of separate pieces. a greater capacity than using a standard conveyor screw can be obtained for some materials that travel as a mass. H-111 CONVEYORS . TUBULAR TROUGH is furnished in either solid tube construction or split tube construction with flanges for bolting or clamping the two halves together. This trough is a complete tube enclosure and is used for weather-tight applications.

Pipe connections are provided for supply and discharge of the heating or cooling media.Trough CLOSE CLEARANCE TROUGH is of conventional construction except with a closer clearance between the outside of the conveyor screw and the inside of the trough. The channel is filled with sand or dust of the product being conveyed. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. and is often used when handling food products where internal inspection and cleaning of the screw conveyor is necessary. The channel side trough can also be used without a bottom for filling bins and hoppers. This type trough also minimizes fall back of certain materials in an inclined conveyor. High side trough will confine this type material in the trough. This type trough is frequently used in conveying materials which mat together and travel as a mass on top of the conveyor screw. E OS CL DROP BOTTOM TROUGH is equipped with either a bolted or clamped and completely removable drop bottom. The channels may be of any reasonable length to span widely spaced supports. . and to facilitate repairs when conveyor screw and hangers are not accessible from the top. bolted or clamped to formed or rolled steel channels. drying or cooling of materials. Special construction must be provided for higher pressures. *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only. This design offers ease in cleaning of the trough and screw conveyor. but still affords the necessary expansion room. This type trough leaves less material in the trough and is often used when a greater clean-out of conveyed material is required. CONVEYORS H-112 HIGH SIDE TROUGH is of conventional construction except that the trough sides extend higher than standard from the center line to the top of the trough. This type trough is widely used for heating. This type of trough is occasionally used for easy replacement of trough bottoms. thus creating an effective seal against the escape of dust from within the conveyor. JACKETED TROUGH consists of a formed jacket continuously welded to the trough. CHANNEL SIDE TROUGH is made with separate detachable trough bottoms. or hinged on one side with bolts or clamps on the opposite side. DUST SEAL TROUGH (Sometimes referred to as SAND SEAL TROUGH) has Z-bar top flanges and formed channel cross members making a continuous channel pocket around the top of the trough into which a special flanged cover is set.

RIDER BARS are flat bars one to one and one-half inches in width running part of length or full length of the trough. The bars are used to support the conveyor screw to prevent wear on the trough when internal hanger bearings are not used. H-113 CONVEYORS . This plate is used to regulate the flow of material from an inlet by preventing flooding across the top of the conveyor screw. The plates are made in lengths of approximately one and one-half times the pitch of the conveyor screw and are normally spaced at intervals equal to the distance between hangers. They are used to support the conveyor screw to prevent damage to the trough when internal hanger bearings are not used. Two or four bars are normally used and are spaced an equal distance apart along the curved bottom of the trough. STRIKE OFF PLATE (Shroud Baffle) is a single plate bolted vertically to the upper portion of the trough and is cut out to the contour of the screw. SADDLE TYPE WEAR PLATES are plates curved to the contour of the inside of the trough and of slightly less thickness than the clearance between the conveyor screw and trough. Rider bars are sometimes referred to as Rifling Bars when they are used to assist in conveying materials that tend to stick to the conveyor screw and rotate with it. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. There are many types of insulation materials and arrangements that can be used.Trough SCREW ROTATION HOLD DOWN ANGLES are used to hold the conveyor screw in the trough when the conveyor is operated without intermediate hangers or when chunks of material may tend to ride under the conveyor screw and push it up. INSULATED CONVEYOR TROUGH is used when handling hot or cold materials. The angle is constructed of formed or regular angle iron and is attached to one side of the full length of trough far enough above the conveyor screw to allow approximately one-half inch clearance between the bottom angle and the conveyor screw. *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only.

The hard surfaced area is normally an outer portion of the face of the flight on the carrying side of the conveyor screw. sections of screw can be removed without disturbing the hangers. These must be furnished complete with matching shafts. attached with countersunk bolts to the carrying side of conveyor screw flights are used for handling highly abrasive materials and are easily replaceable. or wearing shoes.Conveyor Screws SPLIT FLIGHT COUPLINGS permit installation or removal of individual sections of conveyor screw without disturbing adjoining sections. HARD SURFACED FLIGHTS sometimes called abrasive resistant conveyors can be furnished using one of many hardsurfacing processes. This process is applied to the conveyor screw to resist wear when handling highly abrasive materials. WEAR FLIGHTS. H-114 . a conveyor screw section and coupling with a hanger can be quickly removed without disturbing other components. By removing this key. Width of Application Chart Screw Diameter Standard Width of Application 6 9 12 14 16 18 20 24 1 11⁄2 2 2 21⁄2 21⁄2 3 3 Helicoid Sectional NOTE: Weld-on type normally 1⁄16″ thick. CONVEYORS QUICK DETACHABLE KEY CONVEYOR SCREW is designed for easy removal from the conveyor trough. Each section of screw is provided with a removable key located at one end of the pipe. When they are installed on both sides of each hanger.

Conveyor Screws SHORT PITCH CONVEYOR SCREWS are of regular construction except that the pitch of the flights is reduced. CONE SCREW to withdraw material evenly from a hopper or bin. They are recommended for use in inclined conveyors of 20 degrees slope and over. mounted in tandem on one pipe or shaft. each with its regular pitch. Constant pitch reduces bridging. TAPERING FLIGHT CONVEYOR SCREWS are frequently used as feeder screws for handling friable lumpy material from bins or hoppers and also to draw the material uniformly from the entire length of the feed opening. . and are extensively used as feeder screws. STEPPED PITCH CONVEYOR SCREWS are screws with succeeding single or groups of flights increasing in pitch and are used as feeder screws to draw free-flowing materials uniformly from the entire length of the feed opening. They are frequently used as feeder screws. H-115 CONVEYORS STEPPED DIAMETER CONVEYOR SCREWS consist of flights of different diameters. and for controlling cross sectional loading in the balance of a conveyor when short pitch is used at the inlet opening. Requires less start-up horsepower. with the smaller diameter located under bins or hoppers to regulate the flow of material.

The breaker pin is a rod approximately the same in length as the diameter of the conveyor screw and is inserted through the diameter of the pipe over the discharge to help break up lump materials. thereby inducing positive and thorough mixing. Material is moved forward by one flight and backward by the other. H-116 . The continuous welding can also be added to fill the slight crack between the flight and pipe for sanitary purposes. This welding is added to prevent stripping of flight from the pipe under extreme loads. MULTIPLE RIBBON FLIGHT CONVEYOR SCREWS. CONTINUOUS WELDING of the conveyor screw flight to the pipe can be furnished with welding one side or both sides. This type of screw consists of two or more ribbon flights of different diameters and opposite hand. Double flight can be used at hanger points only. for smooth flow past hangers.Conveyor Screws DOUBLE FLIGHT CONVEYOR SCREWS of regular pitch promote a smooth gentle flow and discharge of certain materials. mounted one within the other on the same pipe or shaft by rigid supporting lugs. (Made per customer specifications.) CONVEYORS BREAKER PINS. DOUBLE FLIGHT SHORT PITCH CONVEYOR SCREWS assure more accurate regulation of feed and flow in screw feeders and effectively deter flushing action of fluid materials.

and when attached to the conveyor screw flight. H-117 CONVEYORS .Conveyor Screws BEARING SHOES (Nylon. They are made from bearing type material. External Sleeves Bolt Pads EXTERNAL SLEEVES OR BOLT PADS are added to the outside diameter of conveyor screw pipe at the end where the couplings are attached to reinforce the pipe at the bolt area. Teflon. and other bearing type materials. Brass. the bearing shoe projects beyond the outer edge of flighting and rotates with the screw thereby preventing metal to metal contact between the conveyor screw and the trough. KICKER BARS are flat bars projecting from the conveyor screw pipe extending to the outside diameter of the screw over the discharge spout and are used to assist the discharge of materials. MULTIPLE HOLE DRILLING of the conveyor screw pipe and shafts will increase the torque rating of the bolted sections.) Bearing shoes are used in place of internal bearings and are bolted to the conveyor screw. The bearing shoes extend around the helix slightly more than one pitch and are spaced along the screw at approximately the same intervals as internal bearings.

ODD DIAMETER CONVEYOR SCREW is of conventional construction except oversize or undersize in diameter. CONVEYORS CLOSE COUPLED CONVEYOR SCREW. H-118 . This disc is welded flush with the end of the conveyor screw pipe and is the same diameter as the screw. ROTARY JOINTS FOR COOLING AND HEATING are attached to one or both end shafts to provide a flow of heating or cooling media through the conveyor screw pipe. DISC END DISC ON CONVEYOR SCREW. This flight opposes the flow of material that tends to carry past the discharge spout and pack at the end plate and forces the material back to the spout for discharge. This type conveyor screw is used to provide a close clearance or wide clearance between the screw and trough and enable the use of standard component parts. It rotates with the conveyor screw and assists in relieving the thrust of the conveyed material against the end plate shaft seal. This type screw forms a continuous helix when two or more conveyor screws are close coupled by drilling the shaft of each to align the connecting flight.Conveyor Screws OPPOSITE HAND FLIGHTS are short sections (approximately one-half pitch) of flight added to the conveyor screw beyond the discharge point and are the opposite hand of the rest of the screw.

LEVER OPERATED GATES are a modification of standard slide discharges with a lever attached for opening and closing the gates. FLUSH END DISCHARGE SPOUTS are furnished with a special trough end plate constructed on trough end side of the spout. By using a round discharge and round inlet the connection is easily made.Discharges ANGULAR DISCHARGES can be furnished when necessary for certain applications. and pinion are fully enclosed in a housing. This discharge is also used when operating high speed conveyors. ROUND DISCHARGE SPOUTS are furnished where required for attaching tubular attachments. where infestation may occur. AIR OPERATED FLAT SLIDE GATES are similar in action and purpose to rack and pinion gates. or at other times when material must be discharged to one side. This discharge is used with materials hard to discharge due to the material trying to convey past the discharge opening. It is used primarily in handling food products. This type spout offers a complete discharge without a ledge at the end plate for material build up. H-119 CONVEYORS . The gate movement is accomplished by an air cylinder. LONGER THAN STANDARD DISCHARGE SPOUTS are approximately one and one-half times the length of the standard discharge spouts. These gates are usually employed when remote control and automatic operation is desired. ENCLOSED DUST-TIGHT OR WEATHER-PROOF rack and pinion discharge spouts can be furnished in either flat or curved slide and are similar in construction to conventional rack and pinion slide gates except that the slide. or when one conveyor discharges into another conveyor at an angle other than a right angle. This type discharge is normally used on inclined conveyors when it is necessary that the discharge be parallel to ground level. This attachment provides a leverage for ease of operation and a convenient means for quick opening and closing. rack.

HAND SLIDE INLET GATES are normally used when multiple inlets are required. The rectangular inlet is equipped with deflector plates. that dampen the impact of the material in order to feed the conveyor more gently. These gates can also be furnished in dusttight or weather-proof construction with the cylinder and gate fully enclosed in the housing. When using the side inlet.Discharges and Inlets AIR OPERATED CURVED SLIDE GATES are similar to standard rack and pinion gates except they are operated with an air cylinder. or baffles. These inlets must be adjusted or closed manually to assure proper feed to the conveyor. DEFLECTOR PLATE INLETS are used when materials fall vertically into the inlet creating the possibility of impact damage or abrasion to the conveyor screw. SIDE INLETS are equipped with a gate to furnish a means of regulating or stopping the inlet flow to relieve the conveyor screw from excessive material pressures. CONVEYORS H-120 ROUND INLET SPOUTS are used for tubular attachments or when connecting the discharge of one conveyor to the inlet of another at other than a right angle. HANGER POCKETS are used with tubular trough. . This type connection is easily made with round discharges and inlets. CUSHION CHAMBER INLETS (DEAD BED INLETS) serve the same purpose as the deflector plate inlet. mounted on top of the tubular trough at hanger bearing points. The hanger pocket forms a U-shape section for a short length. The air operated gate is usually used for remote control and automatic operation. the screw rotation should be toward the inlet opening to assure a constant flow rate. but are constructed with a ledge that forms a cushion for materials fed into the conveyor. allowing the use of standard conveyor hangers and providing easy access to the hanger.

.. Insert the end.. assemble trough end and thrust bearing..... and these components must be sorted out and aligned in field assembly..... When components only are ordered. H-121 Operation and Maintenance..... assembly should begin at the drive end........ More time is required for field installation..... and/or drawing if applicable....... bent pipe or hangers or damaged bearings.... more careful alignment and assembly are required............. they are easier to assemble in the field and require the minimum installation time.................................. in the end bearing..... Secure tightly with coupling bolts.......................... If a thrust end is designated......... Check for straightness as assembly is made... For conveyor assemblies purchased as parts or merchandise.......... Insert coupling shaft into hanger bearing and clamp hanger to trough...... When individual components are ordered.. Lift points should not exceed 10 . Tighten all anchor bolts.................... Place the first screw section in the trough............ claims should be filed immediately with the carrier. Shims or grout should be used when required. 24’ lengths of assembled conveyors... H-122 Hazardous Operations .... Because shop assembled screw conveyors are pre-aligned and match marked at the factory............ conveyor screws................ H-123 SECTION V General All standard screw conveyor components are manufactured in conformity with Industry Standards... shipment is made as ordered.... In field erection.. Align the trough bottom center-lines perfectly using piano wire (or equivalent) then tighten flange bolts......... Failure to follow these instructions may result in serious personal injury or property damage... units are match marked and shipped in longest sections practical for shipment..... couplings and hangers until all screws are installed.......... the mounting surfaces for supporting the conveyor must be level and true so there is no distortion in the conveyor.. Install so that conveyor end lugs are opposite the carrying side of the flight... Screw conveyors may be ordered either as complete units or by individual components........... and in accordance with packing list. If any components are severely damaged in shipment. Field assembly can be accomplished by connecting match marked joints... H-121 CONVEYORS ........ Do not tighten bolts.....12 feet..... Piano Wire — Stretch Tight Angle Clip Trough Joint Assembly of conveyor screws should always begin at the thrust end........ Connect the trough flanges loosely... bent flanges.. Installation Receiving Check all assemblies or parts with shipping papers and inspect for damage......... Place a coupling shaft into the opposite end of conveyor pipe. Assembly bolts are not included with parts orders but are included with preassembled units.. Complete units are normally shop assembled and then match marked and disassembled for shipment and field re-assembly........ bent flighting.............. Special components are usually designed and manufactured to the particular job specifications. Erection For shop assembled conveyors...................... Assemble alternately............. or drive shaft......... Do not tighten set screws until conveyor assembly is completed. Specifically check for dented or bent trough. Tighten coupling bolts..... slipping the end........ assemble as follows: Place conveyor troughs in proper sequence with inlet and discharge spout properly located. If the unit does not require a thrust unit..... or drive shaft...........Installation & Maintenance INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE SECTION V Installation and Erection............... Caution: All Martin Conveyors must be assembled and maintained in accordance with this section..... H-122 Warning & Safety Reminder.... NOTE: Handle Carefully! Fork lifts should have spreader bars to lift max......................... into the pipe end...

It may be necessary to recenter hanger bearings after running material in conveyor.Installation & Maintenance 1) With Hangers: Assemble screw section so that flighting at each end is approximately 180° from ends of flighting of adjacent sections. adjust conveyor screw and thrust unit so that hangers are equally spaced between adjacent screws. coupling shafts and hangers until all sections have been removed or until the damaged or worn section is reached and removed. check the following and take necessary corrective steps. operate conveyor until cleared of all material. Incorrect screw rotation can result in serious damage to the conveyor and to related conveying and drive equipment. H-122 . Insufficient or excess lubricant will cause high operating temperatures. flammable. unusual noises or drive misalignment. Do not overload conveyor. If the conveyor is to be inoperative for a prolonged period of time. Also. sections of screws. Keep the area around the conveyor and drive clean and free of obstacles to provide easy access and to avoid interference with the function of the conveyor and drive. hangers and trough end can cause excessive maintenance and poor life expectancy. The coupling bolt contains a lock nut that may become damaged when removed.) Remove hanger clamps and bolt hanger to trough with the bearing centered between conveyor screws. CONVEYORS Hazardous Operations Screw conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to operate handling hazardous materials or in a hazardous environment. Install trough covers in proper sequence.) 1) When anti-friction bearings are used. material density or rate of flow for which the conveyor and drive were designed. Gear reducers are normally shipped without lubricant. (Note coupling holes have been drilled in assembly to allow for flight alignment. It is recommended practice to replace them rather than re-use them when changing conveyor screw sections. Attach covers to trough with fasteners provided. Install drive at proper location and in accordance with separate instructions or drawing provided. Special construction of screw and conveyor housing with gaskets and special bolted covers can sometimes be used for handling this type of material. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. Check screw rotation for proper direction of material travel after electrical connections have been made but before attempting to handle material. screws. Properly locate inlet openings. 4) Quick detachable conveyor screws can be removed at intermediate locations without first removing adjacent sections. reconnect electrical leads to reverse rotation of conveyor and direction of material flow. usually must proceed from the end opposite the drive. Handle covers with reasonable care to avoid warping or bending. Operation Lubricate all bearings and drives per service instructions. Make sure drive and electrical power are disconnected before starting to disassemble. 2) Misalignment of trough ends. Establish routine periodic inspections of the entire conveyor to insure continuous maximum operating performance. 2) Without Hangers: (close coupled) Assemble screws so that flighting at adjoining ends of screw sections align to produce a continuous helix surface. Refer to service instructions for lubrication. Should any of these occur. or sections. In start-up of the conveyor. Hazardous materials can be those that are explosive. capacity. Special conveyors are not made or designed to comply with local. If necessary. 3) Check assembly and mounting bolts. 2) Remove the trough end. Observe for bearing heat up. Replacement parts can be identified from a copy of the original packing list or invoice. (Non-lubricated hanger bearings may cause some noise. tighten if necessary. proceed as follows: 1) Removal of a section. operate several hours empty as a break in period. Maintenance Practice good housekeeping. 3) To reassemble follow the above steps in reverse order. check for proper lubrication. To replace conveyor screw section. This is particularly important when the material conveyed tends to harden or become more viscous or sticky if allowed to stand for a period of time. toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel if they are not completely and thoroughly contained in the conveyor housing. Do not exceed conveyor speed.

AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA) It is the responsibility of the contractor. Never walk on conveyor covers. If the conveyor is to be opened for inspection cleaning. We caution that use of the secondary devices may cause employees to develop a false sense of security and fail to lock out power before removing covers or guards. owner and user to install. The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) has produced an audiovisual presentation entitled “Safe Operation of Screw Conveyors. conveyor assemblies in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B20. the entire conveyor is then to be guarded by a railing or fence in accordance with ANSI standard B20. manufacturer should be consulted prior to any modifications. Conveyors are not manufactured or designed to comply with local. maintenance or observation. feet. If hazardous materials are to be conveyed or if the conveyor is to be subjected to internal or external pressure. installer. flammable. Do not attempt field modification of conveyor or components. etc. maintain and operate the conveyor. however remote from the area. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute for a thorough safety program. training of personnel.1. toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel. 7. the decision as to their need and the type required must be made by the owner-assembler as we have no information regarding plant wiring. 1. CEMA makes no representations or warranties. installer. If the nature of the material is such that a grating cannot be used. railings. the electric power to the motor driving the conveyor must be LOCKED OUT in such a manner that the conveyor cannot be restarted by anyone. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and obstacles. machinery guards.” CEMA encourages acquisition and use of this source of safety information to supplement your safety program. 9. Conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to handle materials that are hazardous to personnel. . This could result in a serious injury should the secondary device fail or malfunction. PROMINENTLY DISPLAY THESE SAFETY LABELS ON INSTALLED EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. in the conveyor. CEMA insists that disconnecting and locking out the power to the motor driving the unit provides the only real protection against injury. In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous condition. front loaders or other manual or mechanical equipment shall be constructed in such a way that the conveyor opening is covered by a grating. owner and user to supplement the materials and services furnished with these necessary items to make the conveyor installation comply with the law and accepted standards. Conveyors may be designed to handle these materials. H-123 CONVEYORS One or more warning labels should be visible on conveyor housings.(Request current edition and addenda) 3. or following it can also be automatically stopped. and Bucket Elevators. These materials which are hazardous include those that are explosive. until conveyor cover or guards and drive guards have been properly replaced. 6.1 Safety Code. If the labels attached to the equipment become illegible. DRAG . Do not attempt any maintenance or repairs of the conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. Drag Conveyors. either expressed or implied. Eliminate all sources of stored energy (materials or devices that could cause conveyor components to move without power applied) before opening the conveyor 12. 11. Do not attempt to clear a jammed conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. arrangement of installation. 13. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. Conveyors shall not be operated unless all covers and/or guards for the conveyor and drive unit are in place. conveyor covers and elevator housings. grating or guards. plant environment. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. Do not place hands.Warning & Safety Reminder WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR SCREW . Electrical controls. 5. however. Conveyor inlet and discharge openings are designed to connect to other equipment or machinery so that the flow of material into and out of the conveyor is completely enclosed.. extent of plant automation. Other devices should not be used as a substitute for locking out the power prior to removing guards or covers. or any part of your body. Secondary safety devices are available. then the exposed section of the conveyor is to be guarded by a railing or fence and there shall be a warning sign posted. and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. Feed openings for shovel. 2. There are many kinds of electrical devices for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor systems such that if one conveyor in a system or process is stopped other equipment feeding it. are necessary ingredients for a safe working place. It is the responsibility of the contractor. 8. If the conveyor must have an open housing as a condition of its use and application. etc. walkways. components and. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. please order replacement warning labels from the OEM or CEMA. 10. 4. the interlocking of the screw conveyor with other equipment. 14. Always operate conveyor in accordance with these instructions and those contained on the caution labels affixed to the equipment. the assemblies or parts must be installed and operated in accordance with the following minimum provisions.

.H-134 Series MDB30 Belt......H-136 Super Capacity Continuous Discharge Elevators Series SC700 Chain ..................................................H-129 Centrifugal Discharge Elevator Series 100 and 200 Chain.......................................................................................................................................................................... 100 & 700 Belt & Chain .............H-135 Series DRB30 Belt ......H-133 Mill duty Centrifugal Discharge Elevators Series MDC26 and MDC30 Chain .........................H-138 Dimensions..................................................................H-137 Bucket Elevator Dimensions Elevator Sketch .H-127 Elevator Selection Procedure ...................................H-141 Calculations for Numbers of Buckets.........H-132 Series 700 and 800 Belt....... Elevator Series 500 Belt.................................................H-140 Bucket Punching................................H-128 Materials Table .....H-126 Standard Features Series 100 & 700 ................................................................................H-142 High Speed Grain Centrifugal Disc..................................................................H-139 Buckets and Chain.............................................................H-131 Continuous Discharge Elevators Series 700 and 800 Chain...................................................................H-130 Series 100 and 200 Belt........................Bucket Elevators SECTION VI BUCKET ELEVATORS SECTION VI Warning & Safety Reminder ..................................................................................................................................................................H-125 Introduction..............H-143 CONVEYORS H-124 ...........................

the electric power to the motor driving the conveyor must be LOCKED OUT in such a manner that the conveyor cannot be restarted by anyone. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. the assemblies or parts must be installed and operated in accordance with the following minimum provisions. Never walk on conveyor covers. Do not place hands. in the conveyor. owner and user to install. however. conveyor covers and elevator housings. extent of plant automation. AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA) It is the responsibility of the contractor. manufacturer should be consulted prior to any modifications. 1. If the conveyor is to be opened for inspection cleaning. These materials which are hazardous include those that are explosive. feet. components and. Other devices should not be used as a substitute for locking out the power prior to removing guards or covers. Drag Conveyors. training of personnel. 2. If the labels attached to the equipment become illegible. Conveyors shall not be operated unless all covers and/or guards for the conveyor and drive unit are in place. If hazardous materials are to be conveyed or if the conveyor is to be subjected to internal or external pressure. 5. owner and user to supplement the materials and services furnished with these necessary items to make the conveyor installation comply with the law and accepted standards. etc. flammable. 6. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. Eliminate all sources of stored energy (materials or devices that could cause conveyor components to move without power applied) before opening the conveyor 12. 10. Do not attempt any maintenance or repairs of the conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. Do not attempt field modification of conveyor or components. front loaders or other manual or mechanical equipment shall be constructed in such a way that the conveyor opening is covered by a grating.1. 8. It is the responsibility of the contractor. Conveyor inlet and discharge openings are designed to connect to other equipment or machinery so that the flow of material into and out of the conveyor is completely enclosed. H-125 CONVEYORS . Do not attempt to clear a jammed conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. then the exposed section of the conveyor is to be guarded by a railing or fence and there shall be a warning sign posted. Always operate conveyor in accordance with these instructions and those contained on the caution labels affixed to the equipment. Secondary safety devices are available. maintain and operate the conveyor. the interlocking of the screw conveyor with other equipment. 9. 13. railings. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute for a thorough safety program. We caution that use of the secondary devices may cause employees to develop a false sense of security and fail to lock out power before removing covers or guards. etc. please order replacement warning labels from the OEM or CEMA. 7. walkways.(Request current edition and addenda) 3. until conveyor cover or guards and drive guards have been properly replaced.Safety WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR SCREW . toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel. grating or guards. 11.” CEMA encourages acquisition and use of this source of safety information to supplement your safety program. Electrical controls. and Bucket Elevators. If the conveyor must have an open housing as a condition of its use and application. If the nature of the material is such that a grating cannot be used. maintenance or observation. This could result in a serious injury should the secondary device fail or malfunction. PROMINENTLY DISPLAY THESE SAFETY LABELS ON INSTALLED EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous condition. CEMA makes no representations or warranties. 14.. either expressed or implied. arrangement of installation. or any part of your body. 4. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and obstacles. the entire conveyor is then to be guarded by a railing or fence in accordance with ANSI standard B20. installer. Feed openings for shovel. DRAG . CEMA insists that disconnecting and locking out the power to the motor driving the unit provides the only real protection against injury. Conveyors may be designed to handle these materials. the decision as to their need and the type required must be made by the owner-assembler as we have no information regarding plant wiring. installer. Conveyors are not manufactured or designed to comply with local. are necessary ingredients for a safe working place. or following it can also be automatically stopped. Conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to handle materials that are hazardous to personnel. and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment. There are many kinds of electrical devices for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor systems such that if one conveyor in a system or process is stopped other equipment feeding it. however remote from the area. The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) has produced an audiovisual presentation entitled “Safe Operation of Screw Conveyors. machinery guards. One or more warning labels should be visible on conveyor housings. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. plant environment.1 Safety Code. conveyor assemblies in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B20.

The closely spaced fabricated buckets. A head mounted traction wheel is utilized in the chain type units. Continuous Discharge . the best possible service through many branch locations and an excellent distributor network assure many years of economical. H-126 . or higher shaft centers are required. High-Speed Centrifugal Grain Series 500 (double leg) and Series 400 (single leg) high-speed centrifugal discharge bucket elevators are specially designed to economically handle grain and other free-flowing materials. Contact your local Martin Service Center or Martin distributor for a recommendation. Continuous Discharge Continuous discharge elevators are offered as: Series 700 (boot take up) and Series 800 (head take up). This catalog is designed to make a preliminary selection of a bucket elevator. Many types of drives and elevator materials of construction are available. High design standards. Housing construction is heavy duty for severe service. free-flowing bulk materials. These elevators are not self-supporting. It shows the variety of elevators manufactured by Martin. the bucket configuration allows the material to discharge by gravity over the back of the proceeding bucket. intermediate supports must be provided by others. These units are used where higher capacities. At the discharge.Introduction The Martin designs and manufactures various types of bucket elevators to efficiently handle most varieties of dry. Either series is available with buckets mounted on chain or belt and will handle free-flowing material. therefore. or on a belt. For specific recommendations contact your local Martin Service Center or Martin Conveyor Division distributor for a recommendation. with extended sides. Belt type units may have a single or double row of buckets bolted to heavy duty rubber covered belting. The standard inlet chute and standard curved bottom plate direct the material into the buckets and reduce the “digging” action. Chain units have a single row of buckets mounted on a single strand of chain. Although the charts in this catalog are based on one type of bucket. Lagged pulleys are standard for belt type units. Types Centrifugal Discharge Centrifugal discharge type elevators are offered as: Series 100 (boot take up) and Series 200 (head take up). trouble-free service.Mill Duty Centrifugal Mill Duty type elevators are offered with style “AC” centrifugal discharge buckets mounted on a single strand of chain. CONVEYORS Centrifugal Discharge . Product is centrifugally discharged as material passes over the head wheel or pulley. The speed of the elevator is sufficient to discharge the material by centrifugal force. many other styles are available. severe duty. quality manufacturing. Either series is available with buckets mounted on chain or belt and will handle free-flowing materials with small to medium size lumps. where practical. Housing construction is heavy duty for severe service. Various materials of construction and thicknesses are available. sluggish material or materials that are abrasive. for m a “chute” to direct material into the bucket.Super Capacity Continuous Discharge Super Capacity type elevators are offered with style “SC” continuous discharge buckets mounted between two strands of chain.

. . . . . . . . . Other types available. . . . Discharge Spout (Style 1 shown) . . . Fabricated of 12 gauge steel with bearing pedestal structurally reinforced 5. Sides are cross crimped for additional stiffness. . Curved Bottom Plate . . Boot . Head Section . . . . . . . . . . . Internal gravity type also available. . Clean Out Door . . . H-127 CONVEYORS . . . . 7. . Furnished as standard. Reduces build-up in boot 10. . . Shaft Mount Type Drive . Fixture welded 12 gauge casing continuously welded for dust tight construction. . . .Standard Features Series 100 and Series 700 1. Vertical corner angles are full length. Take-Up Ball Bearing Screw Type . . . Fabricated of 3⁄16 inch thick plate steel 8. Bolted for easy removal 9. . . 11. . . . Elevator Number 100 thru 800 Series Example — B43-139 Mounting Bucket Size Series Unit No. Specifications may be found on pages H-131. . . . . . . . . . . . . Wear liners available. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Style 2 (45°) available. . 1 = 100 2 = 200 5 = 500 7 = 700 8 = 800 Unit 39 B43-139 is a belt (B) elevator with 4″ × 3″ (43) buckets. . 14 gauge 3. . . . . . . . Inlet . . . . . . Backstops are required to prevent reverse rotation. . . . . . . Available with roller bearings. . . Fabricated of 3⁄16 inch thick plate steel. . . . . Intermediate Section . . . . . . . . . . . 6. For positive take-up tension. Near side 4. Inspection Door . . . . . . . . Various types are available. . . B 43 1 39 B = Belt C = Chain 43 = 4 × 3 64 = 6 × 4 85 = 8 × 5 106 = 10 × 6 Etc. . . . . . . . . . . . Unit 39. . . . Fabricated of 10 gauge plate steel with externally adjustable 4-ply belting throat lip (not shown). . . Split Hood . centrifugal discharge type with boot take up (Series 100). . . .

and select an elevator number for which the capacity in cubic feet per hour listed equals or exceeds the required volumetric capacity. Operating Conditions — Conditions affecting operation include location (indoors. Determine Horsepower Requirements — Consult Martin. TABLE 1-1 To convert Tons per hour (short) TPH Pounds per hour Lbs/hour Bushels per hour BPH CFH = CFH = To cubic feet per hour (CF or FT3/HR) TPH × 2000 Density (in pounds per cubic foot. outdoors). the following factors must be determined: 1. Check Lump Size/Lump Class — Check actual lump size/lump class against that listed for the elevator number selected. Material Characteristics — See Material Classification Code Chart. Use Table 1-1 for conversions if necessary. distributor for CFH = BPH × 1. List Specifications — Refer to capacity. Etc. Loose Very Fine Fine Size Granular No. CONVEYORS H-128 Lumpy Irregular Flowability Very Free Flowing Free Flowing Average Flowability Sluggish Mildly Abrasive Moderately Abrasive Extremely Abrasive Abrasiveness ` Miscellaneous Properties or Hazards Builds Up and Hardens Generates Static Electricity Decomposes — Deteriorates in Storage Flammability Becomes Plastic or Tends to Soften Very Dusty Aerates and Becomes a Fluid Explosiveness Stickiness — Adhesion Contaminable. Centers or Lift — in feet 3. If the actual lump size/lump class is larger than that listed. Volumetric Capacity — in cubic feet per hour. Mats or Agglomerates Oils Present Very Light and Fluffy — May Be Windswept Elevated Temperature . Fibrous. The volumetric capacity used for selection must be the maximum the elevator will experience. Contact your local Martin Service Center or a recommendation. PCF or LBS/FT3) Martin.Elevator Selection General To properly select a bucket elevator. Slabs. PCF or LBS/FT3) Pounds per hour Density (in pounds per cubic foot. 2.016″) and Under No. 4. contact the Martin for a recommendation. Affecting Use Gives Off Harmful or Toxic Gas or Fumes Highly Corrosive Mildly Corrosive Hygroscopic Interlocks. 2. Affecting Use Degradable. Select Elevator Number — For the series selected. 100 Sieve (.0029″) and Under No. 4. 40 Sieve (. Lump Size and Lump Class — Lump size is the largest particle dimension. 5. 5. 3. Determine proper elevator series — See material table for recommendation. horsepower and dimension charts for the elevator number selected.0059″) and Under No. Cylindrical.24 Material Classification Code Chart Major Class Density Bulk Density. and lump class is the percentage these lumps represent of the whole. 200 Sieve (. choose a larger elevator where the actual is equal to or less than that listed. refer to the Capacity chart. List the specifications for the preliminary selection of the elevator. etc.132″) and Under ⁄2″ and Under (6 Sieve to 1⁄2″) 3″ and Under (1⁄2 to 3″) 7″ and Under (3″ to 7″) 16″ and Under (0″ to 16″) Over 16″ To Be Specified X = Actual Maximum Size Stringy. number of hours per day operation. If the required volumetric capacity of centers exceed those listed. Procedure The following steps should be followed to select an elevator: 1. 1 Material Characteristics Included Code Description Actual Lbs/CF A200 A100 A40 B6 C1⁄2 D3 D7 D16 DX E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z 6 Sieve (. Bucket elevators must be uniformly and continuously fed.

H A. C E E A. Raw — 1″ Hops. C E A. D B. Dry Hops. H F F A. Powder Flaxseed Flaxseed Cake (Linseed Cake) Flaxseed Meal (Linseed Meal) Fuller’s Earth. C A. Raw Soybean. C E F. D F A. Clinker Cement. unslaked) Cast Iron. G A. F. Heavy Soda Ash. Pebble Limestone. C. F B A. spent. F A. Sized — 1⁄2″ Coal. Brick. Crushed — 3″ Beans. F. Castor. Cold Soybean Meal. C B. G A. Crushed Bones. Ground *Elevator Series Designation A = Series 100 Chain B = Series 100 Belt C = Series 200 Chain 14-22 27-30 28-30 45-50 50-60 55-65 7-15 60-120 35-40 45 30-45 40-55 75-85 36 48 34-40 50-60 20-25 50-60 35-50 50 45-55 16-20 14-30 55-60 37-42 — 130-200 75-95 94 75-95 67-75 18-28 40 100-120 49-61 43-50 25-32 20-30 25-35 23-35 35-45 40-45 25-30 22 40-45 12-15 40-50 21 40-45 32-40 45 30-35 40-45 22-40 18-25 12 35-40 40 30 80-100 63-70 65-80 B6-45WY C1⁄2-35Q C1⁄2-35Q B6-35U B6-25 B6-27MY E-45V A100-17M D3-46T C1⁄2-45 B6-25 A100-35 D3-36 C ⁄2-15W C1⁄2-15 D3-45X A100-25MXY A100-25Y B6-35 D3-45 B6-35 B6-25T B6-35NY C1⁄2-45 C1⁄2-45T B6-25N 1 F. Cake. wet Buckwheat Calcium Oxide (See Lime. Raw Fuller’s Earth. Crushed Milk. F A. C. Cracked Soybean. Whole Shelled Beans. Cracked Wheat. F F A. Dry Sugar Beet. F. Dry — 3″ Asphalt. F B. Pulverized Potash (Muriate) Dry Pumice — 1⁄8″ Rice. Hydrated Lime. Cake Soybean. C A. Spent. Flake. F E A. Unslaked Lime. C A. C A. Ground.Materials Table Material Density LBS/FT3 Material Code Recommended Elevator Series* Material Density LBS/FT3 Material Code Recommended Elevator Series* Alfalfa Meal Almonds. D D = Series 200 Belt E = Series 500 Belt F = Series 700 Chain H-129 CONVEYORS . F C A A. Crushed — 1⁄2″ Bakelite. H B. Lumpy Copra. Mined. Germ Wood Chips. Whole Sugar Beet. C B. Lumpy Cottonseed. H E C A. Loose Coke. Meal. Dry Bentonite. F F E A. F G F F C A. C. G B. H A. H A. C. D B. Crushed Ilmenite Ore Lime. F A. Dry. Spent Glass. F. Coal. Fine Bran. F A. F. Pulverized Charcoal. G B. Fine Gypsum. C. Coal Clay. C F A E A. C E — F A. F A. C A. C A. Crushed Chalk. Oily. H A. Spent. Hulls Cottonseed. C A. C. Broken Almonds. Granular Wheat Wheat. Roasted Bean Coke. C A. H A. Granulated Corn. Calcined Copra. D F. C. Cake. Broken Phosphate Rock. H F. G A. Green Bean Coffee. Powdered Gypsum. H A. H F. Cake. Navy. F A. Lumpy Alumina Aluminum Chips. Whole Shelled Alum. Anthracite. Dry. H A. C. Crushed — 1⁄2″ Soda Ash. H A. C. H C. Light Sodium Phosphate Soybean. F A. Raw Trisodium Phosphate. H A. Dry Coarse Salt. Bran Rice. F. Cracked Corn Germ Corn Grits Cornmeal Corn Shelled Corn Sugar Cottonseed. C. Chips Cement. Pulp. Hot Soybeans. Delinted Cottonseed. H F. Crude Bentonite — 100 Mesh Boneblack Bonemeal Bones. C A. Fines Coal. C. Agricultural Limestone. H F. C A. G F A. Dry Distiller’s Grain. Lumps Cinders. Dry Whole Marble. Bituminous. C A. H F A. Ground Borax. F. Portland Chalk. F F A. F F F A. Meal Cork. Grits Rice. F. Malted Oats Oats. Meats. G B. C B. Slack Coffee. Wet Sugar. F. Dry Fine Sand Dry Bank (Damp) Sand Dry Bank (Dry) Sand Foundry (Shake Out) Shale. G F. H A. — C1⁄2-45 D3-36 A100-26M D3-25 A100-25MXY D3-45Q D3-36T C1⁄2-36 C1⁄2-25 C1⁄2-45T C1⁄2-25PQ C1⁄2-25PQ C1⁄2-37 D7-37 D7-37 B6-45HW D3-35HW E-35HW B6-35HW C1⁄2-35JY B6-25P B6-35PY B6-35P B6-35P C1⁄2-25 B6-35PU D7-45HW C1⁄2-25X C1⁄2-45XY B6-35Y B6-45HW B6-35HW B6-35 C1⁄2-36 C1⁄2-35 A100-37 Feldspar. F A. F. F A. Crushed Slag. F. C A. Fine Alum. Fine Baking Powder Bauxite. F A. C. dry Brewer’s Grain. C. C F. C B. Blast Furnace Crushed Slate. Ground Copra. F. C B. F A. C. Not Delinted Cottonseed. F F A. Rolled Oxalic Acid Crystals — Ethane Diacid Crystals Phosphate Rock. Crushed Feldspar. C F A. C. C A. D A. Lumpy Copra. D A. D B. C A. F. spent. C. Dry. H A. Dry. Screened G = Series 700 Belt H = Series 800 Chain 100 43-45 48-50 25-45 30-40 60-65 80-100 80-90 55-60 60-80 70-80 35 50-55 35-45 140-160 60-65 40 53-56 68 85-90 20-30 36-40 20-30 80-95 27-30 26 19-24 60 75-85 60 70 42-48 20 42-45 45-49 42-48 85 70-80 110-130 90-110 90-100 85-90 130-180 80-90 55-65 20-35 50-60 40-43 30-40 18-25 27-30 40 40 45-50 12-15 25-45 55-65 60 45-48 40-45 18. Petrol. Hulled Rye Salt Cake. C A. F. C A. Wet Ice. Meal Malt. Flour Soybean Meal. Crushed Malt. C A. Extracted Cottonseed. F. D D D A. Batch Granite. Calcined. 28 10-30 A200-36 B6-35X D7-45W B6-45W A40-25 C1⁄2-450W C1⁄2-37 C1⁄2-27 B6-35U A100-35U D3-25 D3-35 D3-45V D3-35Q D3-37 B6-35U B6-35LM C1⁄2-25HU B6-35 DX-36 B6-35NP B6-25P C1⁄2-35N B6-37 A40-45PX C1⁄2-25MN C1⁄2-35NY B6-35QS DX-36 B6-36 B6-37 B6-46 B6-35NY B6-35P C1⁄2-25P B6-15N B6-36TU B6-36TU B6-47 B6-37 D3-37Z C1⁄2-36 D3-37Y C1⁄2-36 B6-36 A40-36Y A-35 D3-35W C1⁄2-36NW C1⁄2-35Y A40-35Mn B6-35 B6-35T C1⁄2-26NW C1⁄2-26 C1⁄2-35X B6-35PX B6-36 C1⁄2-25N B6-25N B6-25 D3-45VY F. Pulp. Spent Dry Dolomite. Breeze Coke. Crushed Ebonite. C. Dry Aluminum Oxide Ashes. F A. C. Rice-Rye-Wheat Brewer’s Grain. Dry. Ground Malt. Calcined Gypsum. C. C A.

00 25.00 30.7 34.50 30.25 1.50 21.00 23.00 13.2 39.4375 2.7 43 42.2 34.000 4.25 25.50 15.50 21.000 4.2 34.50 25.0000 2.F.50 24.0000 2.4375 2.4 39.50 20.25 21.eth Diameter Diameter C43-101 C64-102 C85-103 C85-104 C85-105 C85-107 C85-108 C106-110 C106-111 C106-112 C106-113 C106-116 C127-117 C127-120 C147-123 C127-119 C147-124 C127-122 C147-127 C147-126 C147-128 C147-130 C168-131 C168-132 C168-133 C168-134 C188-136 C188-138 C208-140 C208-142 C248-146 C2410-150 73 280 473 532 532 591 591 891 891 900 900 1013 1425 1568 1569 1603 1656 1763 1798 1863 1898 2135 2319 2448 2657 2805 2808 3218 3024 3465 4703 6518 4 6 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 14 12 14 12 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 18 18 20 20 24 24 2 3/4 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 3 4 1/4 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 7 1/4 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 9.000 6.4 41.5000 1.00 18.25 24.4375 2. Width BUCKETS Proj.000 4.000 4.9 34.4 34.50 24.25 18.760 4.0000 2.000 4.50 24.75 30.4375 2.00 30.4375 2.0000 2.4 34.4 39.50 24.5000 1.50 24.25 30.25 21.4 39.2 10 18 10 10 10 14 14 12 12 11 11 16 9 12 12 14 9 19 16 14 12 19 11 9 14 11 9 11 9 11 11 11 7. Other chain may be substituted based on chain pull requirements.25 24.0000 2.8 34.75 30.M.4 37.000 4.4375 2.609 4.H. Depth Spacing No.000 6.4375 2.0000 2.000 6.4375 CONVEYORS All Dimensions in inches.9 41.25 17. RPM BOOT SPROCKET Number Pitch Shaft Te.0000 2.00 24.760 6.9 39.760 4.000 4. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load. Style “C” may also be used to handle wet or sticky materials.50 17.25 21.000 4.5000 1.Centrifugal Discharge Chain Series 100 Chain (Series 200 is for Head Take-up) Centrifugal discharge chain type elevators handle a variety of relatively free-flowing dry materials with small to medium lump sizes that are mildly to moderately abrasive.4 37. Buckets Capacities and horsepower listed are for style “AA” buckets. Max. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD SPROCKET Number Teeth Pitch Dia.760 6.000 6.000 6.75 30.9 34.4375 2.000 6.4375 2.9 34.5000 2.25 17.0000 2.2 39.50 20.4 36.00 13.50 21.P. H-130 .50 30.000 6.00 18.00 20.4375 2.4375 2.75 63.000 4.50 21. CHAIN Pitch F.75 24.00 30.00 30.4 41 41 38.25 21.0000 2. C.50 15.4 38.000 4.25 17. MAX.00 13.2 34.2 34.25 20.000 6. Consult the factory for a specific recommendation. #100 Chain Centrifugal Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.4375 2.25 24.50 20.000 6.00 18.000 6.25 20. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.308 2.50 23.25 18.000 4.000 125 225 200 225 225 250 250 220 220 250 250 250 250 275 240 250 240 275 275 240 275 275 240 240 275 275 240 275 240 275 275 275 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1 2 1/2 3 3 3 3 3 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 8 9 3/4 11 3/4 11 3/4 11 3/4 11 3/4 11 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 19 3/4 19 3/4 19 3/4 19 3/4 21 3/4 21 3/4 23 3/4 23 3/4 28 3/4 30 3/4 18 35 35 39 39 42 42 42 42 48 48 48 48 54 48 48 48 54 54 48 54 54 48 48 54 54 48 54 48 54 54 60 10 24 14 16 16 19 19 16 16 13 13 19 13 16 16 19 13 24 20 19 16 24 16 12 20 16 12 16 12 16 16 16 7.4375 2.50 23.2 37. Chain Centrifugal discharge chain type elevators are furnished with either combination chain for light to medium service or all steel (steel knuckle) chain for medium to severe service or when a higher chain working load is required.25 25.4375 2. “AA-RB” and “Salem” can be furnished.00 30. Style “A”.75 23.00 17.25 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 18 16 18 18 19 16 18 16 19 16 18 16 19 18 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 977 C188 N102B N102B HSB102B N102B HSB102B N102B HSB102B N110 HSB110 N102B HSB110 HSB110 N111 N102B HSB110 N102B N111 N102B HSB110 N102B N111 HSB110 N111 HSB110 HSB110 HSB110 HSB110 HSB110 HSB833 HSB833 2.75 23.000 4.000 6.000 6.2 39.00 15.4375 2.2 38.4375 2.00 17.5000 1.000 4. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements.25 18.4375 2.

MAX.2 35.00 30.5000 2.25 8.25 7.00 20. moderately or extremely abrasive.0000 2.5 8. “AA-RB” and “Salem” can be furnished.00 24.00 20.0000 2.4375 2.5000 1.1 39 35. Buckets Capacities listed are for style “AA” buckets. H-131 CONVEYORS .Centrifugal Discharge Belt Series 100 Belt (Series 200 is for Head Take-up) Centrifugal discharge belt type elevators handle a variety of relatively free-flowing dry materials with small to medium lump sizes that are mildly.5 35. Style “A”.5 42.00 16.00 20. Belt Centrifugal discharge belt type elevators are furnished with 100% polyester carcass PVC belting or rubber covered ply belts specifically designed for elevator service.5 5. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load.00 30.00 24. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements.00 24.5 8. B43-139 B64-141 B64-140 B85-142 B85-143 B106-144 B106-145 B127-146 B127-147 B147-148 B147-149 B168-150 B168-152 B188-160 B208-164 B188-162 B208-166 B127-146S B248-168 B2410-170 95 293 324 543 591 911 1013 1425 1596 1691 1932 2550 2856 2925 3150 3276 3528 4489 4788 6636 4 6 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14 14 16 16 18 20 18 20 12 24 24 2 3/4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 10 3 4.9 39 41.4375 All Dimensions in inches.5 8 13 13 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 18 18 5 7 7 9 9 11 11 13 13 15 15 17 17 19 21 19 21 24 25 25 140 235 260 230 250 225 250 250 280 245 280 250 280 250 250 280 280 350 280 280 1/4 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 3 1/2 3 1/2 4 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 8 11 3/4 11 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 19 3/4 19 3/4 22 3/4 22 3/4 24 3/4 26 3/4 24 3/4 26 3/4 28 30 3/4 30 3/4 18 35 39 39 42 42 48 48 54 48 54 48 54 48 48 54 54 66 54 60 8.5 8.00 30.00 30.4375 2. Width BUCKETS Proj.00 20. Consult the factory for a specific recommendation.00 20.00 24.25 7.1 8.00 62.00 30.4375 2.1 35.F.00 30.5 8.P.25 6.4375 2. Many other types of belts and covers are available.9 43.00 20.25 8.0000 2.5 8.25 7.4375 2.00 16.0000 2.00 42.5000 1.00 24. Depth Spacing Width BELT F.5 6.00 24.4375 2. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.25 4.00 24.H. Style “C” may also be used to handle wet or sticky materials.00 24. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD PULLEY Diameter RPM BOOT PULLEY Diameter Shaft Dia.5 7.25 5.00 24.4375 2.1 31.M.4375 2.00 16.00 30. Max.00 24.00 30.00 14.1 38.4375 2.5 10.4375 2.4375 2.00 16.00 24.00 24.1 35.9 39 39 35.00 20.00 1.00 20.00 24. #100 Belt Centrifugal Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.4375 2.00 24.25 7.C.00 20.8 40.1 39 39 35.00 24.

0000 2.4 22.1 19.00 25. Chain Continuous discharge chain type elevators are furnished with combination chain for mild to moderate service or all steel (steel knuckle) chain for moderate to severe service or when a higher chain working load is required.000 6. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load.000 6. moderately.1 19. Consult the factory for a specific recommendation.4375 2.000 6. Other chain may be substituted based on chain pull requirements.50 19.50 17.5000 2.1 19.1 19.4375 2.50 20.4375 CONVEYORS All Dimensions in inches. CHAIN Pitch F.00 25.000 6.000 6.P.4375 2.00 25. High front style buckets are available. non-overlapping style fabricated steel bucket.H.4375 2.F.000 6.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.50 17.00 25.50 19.50 17.000 4.1 19.0000 2.00 25.4375 2.M.50 1. MAX.000 6.1 19.4375 2.1 19. RPM BOOT SPROCKET Number Pitch Shaft Teeth Diameter Diameter C85-766 C85-767 C105-768 C105-769 C107-770 C107-771 C127-772 C127-773 C147-774 C147-775 C128-776 C128-777 C148-778 C148-779 C168-781 C188-783 C208-785 C248-787 C2010-786 C2410-788 567 567 729 729 1013 1013 1226 1226 1423 1423 1547 1547 1828 1828 2109 2363 2784 3375 3881 4669 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 14 14 12 12 14 14 16 18 20 24 20 24 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 7 3/4 7 3/4 7 3/4 7 3/4 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 N102B HSB102B N102B HSB102B N110 HSB110 N110 HSB110 N110 HSB110 N110 HSB110 N110 HSB110 HSB110 HSB110 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 4.5000 1.50 25.25 14.4375 2. C.1 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 14.000 6.000 6.4375 2.50 17.50 17.4 22. #700 Chain Continuous Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.1 19.000 4.000 6.50 19.0000 2.000 4.000 6.4375 2.00 25.4 22. or extremely abrasive.00 25.00 25.4375 2.50 20.000 6. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements.4375 2.1 19. Max.4 19.000 6.000 6.50 17.50 17.25 19.50 19.4375 2.Continuous Discharge Chain Series 700 Chain (Series 800 is for Head Take-up) Continuous discharge chain type elevators will handle various free-flowing dry or sluggish materials which contain medium to large lumps and are mildly.4375 2. H-132 . Depth Spacing No. Buckets Capacities listed are for a medium-front.50 17.25 14.1 19. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD SPROCKET Number Teeth Pitch Dia.25 14.000 6.0000 2.00 25.000 6.1 19.1 19.00 22.000 120 120 120 120 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 11 3/4 11 3/4 11 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 15 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 17 3/4 19 3/4 22 3/4 24 3/4 28 3/4 24 3/4 28 3/4 39 39 39 39 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 54 54 16 16 16 16 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 20.1 19.50 19.1 19.50 20.00 25.00 25.1 19.50 17.50 17. Width BUCKETS Proj.

9 24.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 24.00 20.0000 .00 20.Continuous Discharge Belt Series 700 Belt (Series 800 is for Head Take-up) Continuous discharge belt type elevators will handle various free-flowing dry or sluggish materials which contain medium to large lumps and are mildly. non-overlapping style fabricated steel bucket.8 24.0000 2.9 24.4375 2.4375 2.00 24.9 24.00 20.9 24. moderately. Many other types of belt and covers are available.00 20. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load. MAX.00 24. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements. Width BUCKETS Proj.9 24.00 24. or extremely abrasive.00 24.5000 1. High front style buckets are available.F.4375 All Dimensions in inches.00 29.00 1.00 20.9 24.4375 2.P.00 24. Belt Continuous discharge belt type elevators are furnished with 100% polyester carcass PVC belting or rubber covered ply belts specifically designed for elevator service. Buckets Capacities listed are for a medium front.00 24.M.H.9 14.00 24.00 20. #700 Belt Continuous Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.00 20.5000 2.00 24. Depth Spacing BELT Width F.9 24.9 24. B85-790 B105-791 B107-792 B127-793 B147-794 B128-795 B148-796 B168-797 B188-798 B208-720 B248-722 B2010-724 B2410-726 756 972 1296 1570 1822 1980 2340 2700 3024 3564 4320 4968 5976 8 10 10 12 14 12 14 16 18 20 24 20 24 5 5 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 7 3/4 7 3/4 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 11 5/8 8 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 9 11 11 13 15 13 15 17 19 21 25 21 25 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 3 3 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 11 3/4 13 3/4 13 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 15 3/4 17 3/4 19 3/4 22 3/4 24 3/4 28 3/4 24 3/4 28 3/4 39 39 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 54 54 20. H-133 CONVEYORS 2.9 24.4375 2. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.00 14.0000 2.0000 2. Max.00 20.00 20.9 24. Consult the factory for a specific recommendation.C. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD PULLEY Diameter RPM BOOT PULLEY Diameter Shaft Dia.4375 2.4375 2.8 29.00 24.00 24.

00 27.03 25.P.000 6.000 CONVEYORS MDC30 .25 31.00 27.82 28. Extensively used in the cement industry.000 3.000 6.000 3.5 37. Buckets may be vented for handling light.6 36. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.03 25. H-134 . Internal gravity take-ups are standard.05 28.00 32.03 25.000 3.00 27.05 28.F.000 6.000 6.2 37.5 37.2 38.000 6. fluffy materials.000 3.2 37. Buckets Capacities listed are for style “AC” buckets.168B MDC26-2010A MDC30-1810A MDC30-2010A MDC26-2410A MDC26-1810B MDC30-2410A MDC26-2010B MDC30-1810B MDC30-2010B MDC26-2410B MDC30-2410B All Dimensions in inches.25 31.00 32.1 38.82 25. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements.000 3. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD SPROCKET Number Teeth Pitch Dia.000 265 265 265 265 265 265 265 315 265 315 315 265 265 315 265 315 315 265 315 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 1 3/4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 5 4 1/2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 20 22 24 20 22 24 26 24 28 26 28 32 26 32 28 26 28 32 32 56 56 56 56 56 56 64 60 64 68 68 64 64 68 64 68 68 64 68 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 30 26 30 30 26 26 30 26 30 30 26 30 27.000 6.000 3.00 27. Chain Mill duty centrifugal discharge chain type bucket elevators are furnished with heavy duty steel knuckle chain for medium to severe service.000 6.00 28.5 37.000 6.82 25.5 37.000 6.000 3. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load. C.05 28.000 3.00 32.03 25.5 37.00 27. selected for required work loads.05 28.000 3.00 37.00 31.000 6.03 25. Max.25 27.Mill Duty Centrifugal Discharge Chain Series MDC26 & MDC30 Chain Mill duty centrifugal discharge chain type bucket elevators handle a variety of relatively free flowing dry materials with small to medium lump sizes that are mildly to moderately abrasive.00 27.25 31. Depth Spacing No. Width BUCKETS Proj.05 28.5 37.000 3.000 3.82 25.03 25.81 25.05 25. MAX.82 28.000 6.8 37.M.000 6. RPM BOOT SPROCKET Number Pitch Shaft Teeth Diameter Diameter MDC26 -128A MDC26 -148A MDC26 -168A MDC26 -128B MDC26 -148B MDC26 -168B MDC26-1810A 2226 2624 3021 3339 3935 4532 4929 5387 5470 5859 6502 6758 7394 8033 8204 8789 9752 10136 12049 12 14 16 12 14 16 18 16 20 18 20 24 18 24 20 18 20 24 24 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 18 18 18 12 12 12 18 12 18 18 18 18 12 18 12 12 12 12 12 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 HSB833 HSB856 HSB833 HSB856 HSB856 HSB856 HSB856 HSB859 HSB856 HSB859 HSB859 HSB859 HSB859 HSB859 6.00 27.H.5 37.000 3.1 36.000 3.6 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 15 13 15 15 13 13 15 13 15 15 13 15 25.000 3. CHAIN Pitch F.000 3. Mill Duty Chain Centrifugal Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.000 3. Other chain may be substituted based on chain pull requirements.000 6.25 28.5 36.1 38.5 38.000 3.000 3.000 6.000 6.82 3.25 28.000 6.000 6.000 6.6 37.

0000 3. H-135 CONVEYORS .0000 3. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load.00 24.00 37. BUCKETS Proj.00 30.6 37.00 24.6 37.00 24. Width Depth Spacing F.0000 All Dimensions in inches.00 30. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD PULLEY Diameter RPM BOOT PULLEY Diameter Shaft Dia. Belt Mill duty centrifugal discharge belt type bucket elevators are furnished with heavy duty rubber covered ply belts or 100% polyester carcass PVC belts specifically selected for elevator service.00 30.6 37.00 3.H.00 24.00 24. Max.0000 3. Buckets Capacities listed listed are for style “AC” buckets.6 24.6 37.00 30.M.0000 3. MDB30-128A MDB30-148A MDB30-168A MDB30-128B MDB30-148B MDB30-168B MDB30-1810A MDB30-2010A MDB30-2410A MDB30-1810B MDB30-2010B MDB30-2410B 2520 2970 3420 3780 4455 5130 5580 6192 7650 8370 9288 11475 12 14 16 12 14 16 18 20 24 18 20 24 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 18 18 18 12 12 12 18 18 18 12 12 12 14 16 18 14 16 18 20 22 26 20 22 26 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 5 5 5 5 5 5 22 24 26 22 24 26 28 30 34 28 30 34 58 58 58 58 58 58 64 64 64 64 64 64 30.0000 3.00 30.00 30. Mill Duty Belt Centrifugal Discharge Bucket Elevator ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.P.6 37. BELT Width MAX.Mill Duty Centrifugal Discharge Belt Series MDB30 Belt Mill duty centrifugal discharge belt type bucket elevators handle high capacities of various relatively free flowing dry materials with small to medium lump sizes that are mildly to moderately abrasive.0000 3.C.0000 3.00 24.00 24. Buckets may be vented for handling light.00 24.6 37.00 24.6 37.00 30. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM.6 37.00 30. Screw take-ups are standard.6 37.00 30.6 37.6 37.0000 3.0000 3.F.0000 3.0000 3. fluffy materials.00 24.00 24.00 30.00 30. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements.

Double Row Mill Duty Centrifugal Discharge Belt
Series DRB30 Belt
Double row mill duty centrifugal discharge belt type bucket elevators handle high capacities of various relatively free flowing dry materials with small to medium lump sizes that are mildly to moderately abrasive.

Buckets
Capacities listed are for a double row of style “AC” buckets. Buckets may be vented for handling light, fluffy materials.

Belt
Double row mill duty centrifugal discharge belt type bucket elevators are furnished with heavy duty rubber covered ply belts or 100% polyester carcass PVC belts specifically selected for elevator service.

Double Row Mill Duty Belt Centrifugal Discharge Bucket Elevator
ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY Max.C.F.H. Width BUCKETS Proj. Depth Spacing BELT Width F.P.M. MAX. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD PULLEY Diameter RPM BOOT PULLEY Diameter Shaft Dia.

DRB30-128A DRB30-1210A DRB30-148A DRB30-1410A DRB30-168A DRB30-1610A

8316 9207 9801 10841 11286 12499 15345 17028 21038

12 12 14 14 16 16 18 20 24

8 10 8 10 8 10 10 10 10

8 1/2 10 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 8 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2 10 1/2

10 12 10 12 10 12 12 12 12

26 26 30 30 34 34 38 42 50

275 275 275 275 275 275 275 275 275

1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 3/4 2 2 1/4 2 1/2

4 4 4 4 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 1/2 4 3/4 5

34 34 38 38 42 42 46 50 58

58 62 58 62 58 62 62 62 62

30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00

34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4 34.4

30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00 30.00

3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000 3.000

CONVEYORS

DRB30-1810A DRB30-2010A DRB30-2410A

All Dimensions in inches. Max. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements. Screw take-ups are standard.

H-136

Super Capacity Continuous Discharge Chain
Series SC700 Chain
Super Capacity continuous discharge chain type bucket elevators handle high capacities of various free flowing dry materials ranging from fines to lumps, moderate to extremely abrasive, and those that tend to pack.

Buckets
Capacities listed are for style “SC” continuous fabricated steel buckets, mounted between tow strand of chain.

Chain
Super Capacity continuous discharge chain type bucket elevators are furnished with two strands of heavy duty steel knuckle chain for moderate to severe service, selected for required work loads.

Super Capacity Continuous Discharge Bucket Elevator
ELEVATOR Number CAPACITY BUCKETS Max. C.F.H. Width Proj. Depth Spacing CHAIN No. Pitch F.P.M. MAX. LUMP SIZE 100% 10% NOM. CASING SIZE Width Depth HEAD SPROCKET Number Teeth Pitch Dia. RPM BOOT SPROCKET Number Pitch Shaft Teeth Diameter Diameter

SC700-128 SC700-148 SC700-168 SC700-188 SC700-208 SC700-1612 SC700-2012 SC700-2412 SC700-3012 SC700-3612 SC700-4212 SC700-4812

2250 2700 3150 3600 4050 5625 7125 8250 10500 12375 14437.5 16500

12 14 16 18 20 16 20 24 30 36 42 48

8.75 11.625 8.75 11.625 8.75 11.625 8.75 11.625 8.75 11.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625 12.75 17.625

12 12 12 12 12 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

6102 1/2 6102 1/2 6102 1/2 6102 1/2 6102 1/2 9124 9124 9124 9124 9124 9150 9150

12 12 12 12 12 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

100 100 100 100 100 125 125 125 125 125 125 125

2 2 2 1/2 2 1/2 2 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 1/2

4 4 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

26 28 30 32 34 33 37 41 47 53 60 66

56 56 56 56 56 68 68 68 68 68 68 68

8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

31.36 31.36 31.36 31.36 31.36 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77

12.2 12.2 12.2 12.2 12.2 13.7 13.7 13.7 13.7 13.7 13.7 13.7

6 6 6 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

23.96 23.96 23.96 23.96 23.96 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77 34.77

2.4375 2.4375 3.0000 3.0000 3.0000 3.0000 3.0000 3.0000 3.0000 3.4375 3.4375 3.4375

All Dimensions in inches. Max. CFH capacity is at 75% bucket load. Consult Martin for head shaft size and horsepower requirements. Internal gravity take-ups are standard.

H-137

CONVEYORS

Bucket Elevator Dimensions

Y

Z

11⁄2″

As Req’d

D-1

V Head Shaft Dia. U R

T AS

B

Shaft Centers Std. Intermediate 10´-0″

A

Lift

Overall Height

CONVEYORS
AP K J H F L L Take- G Up N M M Anchor Bolt Plan

H-138

For units not shown.Bucket Elevator Dimensions 100 & 700 Belt & Chain Dimensions➀ (In Inches) Elevator Number Chain Elevator Number Belt Elevator Number Belt Elevator Number Chain Casing A B F G H J Boot K L M N P R S T U Head V Y Z D-1 ➁ C43-101 C64-102 B43-139 8 93⁄4 18 35 39 35 39 42 39 42 9 13 14 13 14 16 14 16 6 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 271⁄4 363⁄4 261⁄2 43 261⁄2 43 261⁄2 43 261⁄2 43 321⁄2 50 261⁄2 43 321⁄2 50 42 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 9 6 10 6 15 293⁄4 311⁄2 293⁄4 311⁄2 323⁄4 311⁄2 323⁄4 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 171⁄2 281⁄2 301⁄2 281⁄2 301⁄2 331⁄4 301⁄2 331⁄4 36 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 14 9 201⁄4 13 171⁄2 141⁄2 131⁄2 13 191⁄2 161⁄2 151⁄2 13 171⁄2 141⁄2 151⁄2 13 191⁄2 161⁄2 151⁄2 13 21 18 151⁄2 13 191⁄2 171⁄2 301⁄2 13 211⁄2 191⁄2 321⁄2 14 191⁄2 171⁄2 301⁄2 14 211⁄2 191⁄2 321⁄2 14 24 21 361⁄4 141⁄2 B64-140 C85-103 C85-104 C85-105 C85-107 C85-108 B64-141 B85-790 C85-766 C85-767 113⁄4 113⁄4 113⁄4 113⁄4 B105-791 C106-110 C106-111 C106-112 C106-113 C106-116 B85-142 B85-143 C105-768 133⁄4 133⁄4 191⁄2 161⁄2 171⁄2 13 21 18 171⁄2 13 211⁄2 191⁄2 321⁄2 15 24 21 361⁄4 151⁄2 B107-792 B106-144 C107-770 C107-771 133⁄4 153⁄4 48 42 19 16 9 9 401⁄2 60 321⁄2 50 72 72 24 21 21 18 171⁄2 15 191⁄2 13 353⁄4 321⁄4 13 10 361⁄2 331⁄4 48 42 271⁄2 24 24 21 405⁄8 16 361⁄4 17 C127-117 C127-119 C127-120 C127-122 B127-793 B128-795 B106-145 C127-772 C127-773 C128-776 C128-777 153⁄4 153⁄4 48 54 64 19 21 26 9 10 10 401⁄2 60 39 601⁄2 72 72 72 24 27 32 21 24 29 191⁄2 15 191⁄2 17 353⁄4 381⁄4 13 17 17 361⁄2 411⁄2 461⁄2 48 48 48 271⁄2 24 31 27 405⁄8 17 45 53 181⁄4 24 B127-146 S C147-123 C147-124 C147-126 C147-127 C147-128 C147-130 C168-131 C168-132 C168-133 C168-134 C147-774 C147-775 C148-778 C148-779 28 293⁄4 601⁄2 301⁄2 261⁄4 36 361⁄2 32 B147-794 B147-796 B127-146 173⁄4 48 19 10 401⁄2 60 72 24 21 211⁄2 15 353⁄4 13 361⁄2 48 271⁄2 24 405⁄8 18 B127-147 B168-797 B147-148 B147-149 B188-798 B168-150 B168-152 1 173⁄4 C168-780 C168-781 193⁄4 193⁄4 C188-782 C188-783 223⁄4 223⁄4 54 48 54 48 54 21 19 21 19 21 10 10 10 10 10 39 601⁄2 72 72 72 72 72 27 24 27 24 27 24 21 24 21 24 211⁄2 17 231⁄2 15 231⁄2 17 261⁄2 15 261⁄2 17 381⁄4 353⁄4 381⁄4 353⁄4 381⁄4 17 13 17 13 17 411⁄2 361⁄2 411⁄2 361⁄2 411⁄2 48 48 48 48 48 31 27 45 191⁄4 401⁄2 60 39 601⁄2 271⁄2 24 31 27 405⁄8 19 45 20 401⁄2 60 39 601⁄2 271⁄2 24 31 27 405⁄8 21 45 22 NOT certified for construction. 2 Normal maximum for largest headshaft listed. contact Martin. H-139 CONVEYORS .

7 10.25 20. X D (DEPTH) A Y P (PROJ. C-. C-977 C-188 C-102B C-110 C-111 SS-102B SS-110 2.63 .) L (LENGTH) Weight 10 L P D A Gauge 3/16” 1/4” Length Proj. ft. such as sugar. Can be mounted on chain or belt and furnished in various plastic materials.2 12.11 .3 10.34 Capacity cu.000 1830 1950 4000 4000 5. Wt.54 .6 11.2 24.7 9.070 .950 6.072 . 12 Ga.53 .8 7. D Depth Weight 3/16” Steel 1/4” Steel Cap.921 1. H-140 . Per Ft. Inches L Length P Proj.81 .609 4.5 10. Feet* Filled Filled 5/16” to Line to Line Steel X-X X-Y X *Note: Actual capacity depends on angle of repose of material handled and inclination of elevator.375 .0 17.0 2.91 3.35 . 12 14 16 18 20 24 27 8 8 8 10 10 10 12 81⁄2 81⁄2 81⁄2 101⁄2 101⁄2 101⁄2 12 1⁄2 18.4 13.231 .55 .8 7.000 24.46 . salt or wet grains.325 . X—X 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 23⁄4 4 5 6 7 7 8 Bucket Size B 3 41⁄4 51⁄2 61⁄4 71⁄4 71⁄4 81⁄2 C 1.7 14.0 .98 38.290 6290 2. Cu.9 6.69 71.061 .11 2. gypsum powder or other powdery materials. clay. SS.67 53.48 31. Pitch in Inches Average Ultimate Strength Lbs. Design offers increased capacity.68 39.Buckets and Chain Style AA Ductile iron buckets for general use with most types of relatively free flowing material in centrifugal discharge elevators.1 32.488 .58 1.4 14.090 .0 2.691 .0 4.6 20.0 22. X—X Continuous Medium front non-overlapping fabricated steel buckets are used in continuous discharge elevators for general service.46 1. Rated Working Value Lbs.7 4. A 6 8 10 12 14 16 41⁄2 41⁄2 5 5 7 7 4 4 4 4 51⁄2 51⁄2 Weight Lbs.158 Capacity cu.1 5.5 .474 CONVEYORS SC Welded Steel Mounted between two strands of chain.7 — — — — — 26.052 . High front continuous buckets are available also. Attachments are available either on the connecting side bars or block link.542 .5 26.4 11.138 .000 36.84 24.4 11.311 .000 24. A Bucket Size B C ⁄16″ 1 ⁄4″ 8 10 10 12 14 12 14 16 18 5 5 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 73⁄4 73⁄4 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 5.6 19.5 18. Depth Inches Steel Steel Steel Bucket Size.0 6.2 8.00 29.10 52.218 . Hooded back for closer spacing.30 27. Available fabricated from various materials.768 .0 6.253 .000 40.7 20. Feet^ Filled Filled to Line to Line X-X X-Y X 50º ^Weights do not include bolt reinforcing plates. Chain No.271 .4 16.33 2.8 Weight Lbs. have cast block links and steel connecting side bars.76 4.90 1.01 .1 29.9 9.3 10.15 33.6 K-1 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 ⁄16 ⁄2 5 ⁄8 5 ⁄8 3 ⁄4 5 ⁄8 5 ⁄8 1 ⁄16 × 7⁄8 ⁄4 × 11⁄8 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 13⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄2 3 1 ⁄8 ⁄8 11⁄32 15⁄16 115⁄32 1 11⁄4 7 7 NOTE: All dimensions are inside to inside of bucket.9 13.356 . Plastic buckets available in most sizes. Heavier gauges should be used when handling abrasive materials. Suitable for the heaviest materials. Typical in cement.40 1.12 .3 7.95 42. Lbs Attachment Every Other Pitch Attachment Number Dimension in Inches Side Barrel or Bar Knuckle Dia.52 . are fabricated of steel.035 . 12 14 16 16 18 20 20 24 30 36 83⁄4 83⁄4 83⁄4 12 83⁄4 83⁄4 12 12 12 12 115⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 175⁄8 115⁄8 115⁄8 175⁄8 175⁄8 175⁄8 175⁄8 49⁄16 49⁄16 49⁄16 61⁄2 49⁄16 49⁄16 61⁄2 61⁄2 61⁄2 61⁄2 22 23 25 43 27 29 49 55 65 73 Pin Diameter 7 29 31 34 58 36 39 67 75 88 99 39 41 45 76 48 52 88 104 117 132 49 51 56 95 60 65 110 130 146 165 . Venting available for clean filling and discharge. Cu. 10 Ga.41 .07 . Typical in asphalt and concrete applications.94 2. 3 2.8 8.651 1.408 .30 22.180 . X—X Style C Fabricated buckets are used in centrifugal discharge elevators to handle materials that tend to pack or stick. ft.9 14.8 7.68 2.2 16. Bolt reinforcing plates are recommended if less than 8 bolts are used. Bucket Size A B C Weight Lbs. .2 4.026 .275 .420 AC Welded Steel High front for greater capacity. X D (DEPTH) P Y L (LENGTH) Bucket Size. All steel (steel knuckle).72 1.23 .8 4.7 12.9 21. ft.49 Chain Combination chains.0 8. Designed for super capacity elevators. Vent holes in bottom are optional in style “AC” buckets.000 14.03 .000 40.0 11.308 2.0 13.0 35. Capacity cu.0 4.303 .19 . Mounted on chain or belt. Inches Cap.

Ladders/Safety Cages Ladders with safety cages are available. Continuous High Speed Grain SS-110 3 Bucket Size Punch A B C 1 7×5 9×5 9×6 11 × 6 12 × 6 14 × 7 Consult B2 B2 B2 B3 B3 B4 211⁄16 3 ⁄8 5 13⁄4 1 ⁄4 3 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄4 1 35⁄8 3 33⁄8 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 5 ⁄16 Platforms Head section service platforms are of structural steel.Bucket Punching (Belt) CEMA Standard (Formerly P1 thru P9) C BOLTS B1 B2 B3 B4 B 1″ 1″ 1″ B5 Salem and Other Similar Light Buckets Punch A B 5 7 B6 B7 M. Ladders with safety cage are easily bolted to the elevator casings. See Chart on Page H-142. B. H-141 CONVEYORS . C. C* 1 1 1 1 1 1 B8 Continuous Buckets C* 1 1 1 1 Bucket Length Punch A B Punch A B C* 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 B-1 B-2 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 — 43⁄8 31⁄16 41⁄8 33⁄8 3 27⁄8 — ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄4 B-1 B-6 B-6 B-6 B-7 B-7 — 4-3⁄8 3 31⁄2 41⁄2 4 41⁄2 — Chain Number 1 7 7 7 ⁄4 — B-6 B-6 B-6 B-7 B-7 B-7 A B — 3 31⁄2 41⁄2 4 41⁄2 5 C — 1 — ⁄4-5⁄16 ⁄4-5⁄16 ⁄4-5⁄16 5 1 1 ⁄4-5⁄16 ⁄4-5⁄16 ⁄4-5⁄16 ⁄4. Martin for “AC” and “SC” Bucket Punching. AA-RB. & Steel Buckets Style A.⁄16 5 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄4 -5⁄16 ⁄4 -5⁄16 ⁄4 -5⁄16 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 ⁄16 ⁄16 DEPTH – 1 2 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 E 3 7 ⁄4-5⁄16 — B= 5 — — Attachment Number — 5 *C = Bolt Diameter. angle hand rails and heavy non-skid grating.I. They are constructed of heavy gauge steel and sized to provide easy access to platforms. C. AA. Rest platforms are also available and required at 30´ intervals. The platform mounts securely to the elevator head section. Bucket Punching — Chain E BOLT DIA D C-977 C-188 C-102B C-110 C-111 SS-102B K-1 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 K-2 1 1 3 7 3 3 7 — 11⁄4 13⁄4 13⁄4 25⁄16 13⁄4 13⁄4 3 43⁄16 55⁄16 55⁄16 61⁄4 55⁄16 55⁄16 — 23⁄4 2 33⁄8 21⁄8 2 33⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄8 3 3 ⁄4 ⁄8 ⁄4 ⁄4 ⁄8 3 3 3 Style AA. Various sizes and configurations are available. etc. SC. etc.

of Buckets) 4 × (No.2nd K2 .3rd K2 .5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) Quantity 4 × (No. of Bolts) 21 + (No.06 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.2nd K2 .5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7. of Buckets) 7 × (No.3rd K2 .5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.4 + (1. Washers and Length of Belt.3rd K2 .5 + (1.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) Quantity 2 × (No.34 + (1.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.0 + (1.66 + (1.0 + (1.5 + (1.75 + (1.5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7.34 + (1.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.28 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5 + (1. of Buckets) 7 × (No.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) B85-790 B105-791 B107-792 B127-793 B147-794 B128-795 B148-796 B168-797 B183-798 ✩ If answer is a fraction.25 + (1.4th K2 .5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 7 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.85 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 7 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.85 × Shaft Ctrs) 2. of Buckets) 4 × (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Buckets) 5 × (No. Bucket Bolts. Washers and Length of Chain.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. Bucket Bolts.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.3rd K2 . of Bolts) 21 + (No.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.4th K2 .5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.25 + (1. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3. of Buckets) 2 × (No.31´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 4 × (No.75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.12 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. Elevator Number Buckets Medium Front Continuous Steel Buckets Size (Inches) 8 × 5 × 7 ⁄4 10 × 5 × 73⁄4 10 × 7 × 115⁄8 12 × 7 × 115⁄8 14 × 7 × 115⁄8 12 × 8 × 115⁄8 14 × 8 × 115⁄8 16 × 8 × 115⁄8 18 × 8 × 115⁄8 3 Bucket Bolts and Lock Washers (Norway Elevator Bolts) Size (Inches) ⁄4 × ⁄4 ⁄16 × 1 ⁄16 × 1 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 1 3 5 5 5 Belt (Including 3 Buckets Overlap) Width (Inches) 9 11 11 13 15 13 15 17 19 No. of Bolts) 6 + (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.4th K2 .5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 5 × (No.75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.4th K2 .72 + (1. of Buckets) 4 × (No. Elevator Number Buckets Medium Front Continuous Steel Buckets Size (Inches) 8 × 5 × 73⁄4 8 × 5 × 73⁄4 10 × 5 × 73⁄4 10 × 5 × 73⁄4 10 × 7 × 115⁄8 10 × 7 × 115⁄8 12 × 7 × 115⁄8 12 × 7 × 115⁄8 14 × 7 × 115⁄8 14 × 7 × 115⁄8 12 × 8 × 115⁄8 12 × 8 × 115⁄8 14 × 8 × 115⁄8 14 × 8 × 115⁄8 16 × 8 × 115⁄8 18 × 8 × 115⁄8 Spacing (Inches) 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 ✩ Quantity 6.85 + (1.33 + (1.26 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 7 × (No. of Bolts) 15 + (No.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. Elevator Number Buckets Style AA Malleable Size (Inches) 4×3 6×4 6×4 8×5 8×5 10 × 6 10 × 6 12 × 7 Staggered 12 × 7 12 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 16 × 8 16 × 8 Spacing (Inches) 8 13 13 16 16 16 16 18 16 18 18 18 18 18 ✩ Quantity 3. of Buckets) 5 × (No.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.55´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.2nd Length (Feet) 4.13´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7. of Buckets) 4 × (No.26 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.74 + (1. of Buckets) 4 × (No.72 + (1. of Bolts) 15 + (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.3rd K2 . of Buckets) 2 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 5 × (No. of Bolts) 6 + (No. of Bolts) 15 + (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.79´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.4th K2 .75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3. of Buckets) 4 × (No.4th K2 . of Buckets) 7 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 7 × (No.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.66 + (1.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 3. Bucket Bolts.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.58 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.86 + (1.13 + (1.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.86 + (1.4th K2 .0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.Formulas for Calculating Number of Buckets. Washers and Length of Chain.2nd K2 .4th K2 . of Bolts) 15 + (No. of Holes to be Punched in Belt 15 + (No. of Bolts) 21 + (No. Elevator Number Buckets Style AA Malleable Size (Inches) 4×3 6×4 8×5 8×5 8×5 8×5 8×5 10 × 6 10 × 6 10 × 6 10 × 6 10 × 6 12 × 7 12 × 7 12 × 7 12 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 14 × 7 16 × 8 16 × 8 16 × 8 16 × 8 Spacing (Inches) 9 ⁄4 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 18 16 18 16 18 16 19 18 16 19 18 16 19 18 19 18 1 Bucket Bolts and Lock Washers Hex Head Cap Screws ✩ Quantity Size (Inches) 1 1 Chain Attachment Every _ Link K1. of Bolts) 15 + (No.75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.06 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Bolts) 21 + (No.2nd K2 .5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5 + (2.2nd K2 .60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.2nd K2 .33 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) Bucket Bolts and Lock Washers Hex Head Cap Screws Size (Inches) ⁄8 × 11⁄4 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 3 3 Chain Attachment Every _ Link K2 .85 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.48 + (1.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Bolts) Length (Feet) 5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 9´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 9´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 9´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 9´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 11´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 15´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 13´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 11´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 13´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 13´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) B43-139 B64-140 B64-141 B85-142 B85-143 B106-144 B106-145 B127-146 B127S-146S B127-147 B147-148 B147-149 B168-150 B168-152 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 5 5 5 CONVEYORS Continuous Discharge Chain Series 700 Number of Buckets.33 + (1. of Bolts) 15 + (No.96 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) Quantity 5 × (No.25 + (1.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 4 × (No.25 + (1.88 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Bolts) 15 + (No.4th K2 .2nd K2 .0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.72 + (1.26 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 5 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.5 + (1. Bucket Bolts. of Bolts) 15 + (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Buckets) 5 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Buckets) 4 × (No.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. go to next whole number. of Buckets) 5 × (No.25 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 8.2nd K2 . of Buckets) 5 × (No.53 + (1.26 × Shaft Ctrs) 3. of Holes to be Punched in Belt 6 + (No.2nd K2 .51 + (1.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 4 × (No.34 + (1.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.2nd K2 .4th K2 .0 + (1.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.2nd K2 . H-142 .57 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. Consult Martin for units not shown. of Buckets) 5 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.75 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) Number C-77 C-188 C-102B C-102B SS-102B C-102B SS-102B C-102B SS-102B C-110 SS-110 C-102B SS-110 C-102B SS-110 C-102B C-111 SS-110 C-102B C-111 SS-110 C-102B C-111 SS-110 C-111 SS-110 C43-101 C64-102 C85-103 C85-104 C85-105 C85-107 C85-108 C106-110 C106-111 C106-112 C106-113 C106-116 C127-117 C127-119 C127-120 C127-122 C147-123 C147-124 C147-126 C147-127 C147-128 C147-130 C168-131 C168-132 C168-133 C168-134 1. of Buckets) 4 × (No.4th K1-5th K2-4th K2-4th K2-4th K2 .2nd K2 .60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.33 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.3rd Length (Feet) 2.2nd K2 . of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Bolts) Length (Feet) 8´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 10´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 9´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) Spacing (Inches) 8 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 ✩ Quantity 7. of Buckets) Number C-102B SS-102B C-102B SS-102B C-110 SS-110 C-110 SS-110 C-110 SS-110 C-110 SS-110 C-110 SS-110 SS-110 SS-110 C85-766 C85-767 C105-768 C105-769 C107-770 C107-771 C127-772 C127-773 C147-774 C147-775 C128-776 C128-777 C148-778 C148-779 C168-781 C168-783 Continuous Discharge Belt Series 700 Number of Buckets.3rd K2 .2nd K2 .75 + (1. Washers and Length of Chain.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Buckets) 5 × (No.33´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. of Bolts) 21 + (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Bolts) 15 + (No.25 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.5 + (1.60 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.0 + (1.57 + (3 × Shaft Ctrs) 8. of Buckets) Belt (Including 3 Buckets Overlap) No.4th K2 .5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.3rd K2 . of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.33 × Shaft Ctrs) Size (Inches) ⁄4 × 1 ⁄4 × 1 ⁄4 × 1 1 ⁄4 × 11⁄4 1 ⁄4 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄4 5 ⁄16 × 11⁄2 1 1 1 Bucket Bolts and Lock Washers (Norway Elevator Bolts) Quantity 2 × (No. of Bolts) 21 + (No. Washers and Length of Chain or Belt Centrifugal Discharge Chain Series 100 Number of Buckets. of Buckets) 4 × (No. of Bolts) 21 + (No.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Bolts) 21 + (No.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 4. of Buckets) 2 × (No.5´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7. of Bolts) 15 + (No. of Bolts) 15 + (No. of Buckets) 4 × (No.2nd K2 . of Buckets) 5 × (No.33 × Shaft Ctrs) ⁄4 × 1 ⁄4 × 1 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8× 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 1 ⁄2 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 1 ⁄2 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 1 ⁄2 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 1 ⁄2 × 11⁄2 3 ⁄8 × 11⁄4 3 Centrifugal Discharge Belt Series 100 Number of Buckets.4th K2 . of Buckets) 4 × (No.75 + (1.5 × Shaft Ctrs) 3.4th K2 .33 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.79 + (1.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 7.0´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5.31 + (1.66´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 4.33 + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 5. Bucket Bolts. of Buckets) 4 × (No.33´ + (2 × Shaft Ctrs) 6. of Buckets) 7 × (No.

13 ⁄16″ Anchor Bolt Plan H-143 CONVEYORS . Based on 75% full bucket.24 = CFH.High Speed Grain Centrifugal Discharge Belt Series 500 Elevator Number Maximum Capacity BPH CFH2 Size Bucket1 Spacing Head Shaft RPM Maximum Centers (Ft.) Pulley Dia. As Req’d Dimensions1 (In Inches) Elevator Number A B C D E F H J K N* Q R T V W Y Z1 A1 Boot Shaft A2 Diameter Shaft Centers Lift Sway Brace B75-506 and B75-508 B95-514 and B95-515 B96-526 and B96-528 B116-536 and B116-538 B126-546 and B126-548 B147-556 and B147-558 41 91⁄2 11 44 14 381⁄2 331⁄2 305⁄8 347⁄8 9 32 123⁄4 6 231⁄2 20 40 121⁄2 11 10 11⁄2 47 11 13 50 16 461⁄2 41 355⁄8 415⁄8 10 38 143⁄4 6 291⁄2 22 45 151⁄2 13 13 11⁄2 49 11 13 52 16 471⁄2 42 365⁄8 425⁄8 13 40 143⁄4 6 291⁄2 22 45 151⁄2 13 13 11⁄2 56 121⁄2 15 59 18 561⁄8 471⁄8 445⁄8 493⁄4 13 47 163⁄4 6 351⁄2 27 51 19 15 15 2 56 121⁄2 16 59 19 561⁄8 471⁄8 445⁄8 493⁄4 13 47 173⁄4 6 351⁄2 27 51 19 16 15 2 63 13 18 65 21 685⁄8 53 1 555⁄8 573⁄4 15 52 193⁄4 6 411⁄2 33 57 251⁄2 18 17 2 *Approximate. 9″ Take-Up Not certified for construction.1 Face1 Width1 Belt Head Shaft Diameter1 FPM 115⁄16 23⁄16 27⁄16 215⁄16 37⁄16 B75-506 B75-508 B95-514 B95-515 B96-526 B96-528 B116-536 B116-538 B126-546 B126-548 B147-556 B147-558 1 1580 1800 2438 2779 3969 4524 4372 4930 4800 5413 7111 7881 1965 2240 3033 3458 4937 5628 5438 6134 5971 6734 8846 9805 2 7×5 7×5 9×5 9×5 9×6 9×6 11 × 6 11 × 6 12 × 6 12 × 6 14 × 7 14 × 7 8 7 8 7 8 7 9 8 9 8 10 9 80 80 75 75 70 70 70 70 70 70 63 63 24 24 30 30 36 36 36 36 36 36 42 42 9 9 11 11 11 11 13 13 14 14 16 16 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 13 13 15 15 502 502 589 589 659 659 659 659 659 659 659 659 65 60 40 40 34 30 — — — — — — 85 85 75 65 70 60 — — — — — — 112 112 88 85 90 80 52 50 45 45 30 25 — — 140 130 110 95 83 80 75 75 50 40 — — — — — — 140 130 125 125 90 85 Dimensions are in inches. BPH × 1.

................................ H-153 CONVEYORS H-144 *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only..........................................................Drag Conveyors Drag Conveyors Section VII SECTION VII DRAG CONVEYOR SECTION VII Safety....................................... H-146 Flat Bottom Drag Conveyor..................................... H-149 L & S Path Drag Conveyor .......................... H-145 Round Bottom Drag Conveyor ..................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................... Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors........

If the labels attached to the equipment become illegible. CEMA insists that disconnecting and locking out the power to the motor driving the unit provides the only real protection against injury. either expressed or implied. If hazardous materials are to be conveyed or if the conveyor is to be subjected to internal or external pressure. the interlocking of the screw conveyor with other equipment. maintain and operate the conveyor. 9. training of personnel.Safety WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR SCREW . front loaders or other manual or mechanical equipment shall be constructed in such a way that the conveyor opening is covered by a grating. owner and user to install. 4.” CEMA encourages acquisition and use of this source of safety information to supplement your safety program. in the conveyor. etc. flammable. maintenance or observation. 13. owner and user to supplement the materials and services furnished with these necessary items to make the conveyor installation comply with the law and accepted standards. 6.1. Conveyors shall not be operated unless all covers and/or guards for the conveyor and drive unit are in place.. 14. The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) has produced an audiovisual presentation entitled “Safe Operation of Screw Conveyors.(Request current edition and addenda) 3. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute for a thorough safety program. conveyor covers and elevator housings. Do not attempt field modification of conveyor or components. AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA) It is the responsibility of the contractor. In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous condition. the electric power to the motor driving the conveyor must be LOCKED OUT in such a manner that the conveyor cannot be restarted by anyone. and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment. or any part of your body. If the nature of the material is such that a grating cannot be used. Electrical controls. arrangement of installation. Other devices should not be used as a substitute for locking out the power prior to removing guards or covers. manufacturer should be consulted prior to any modifications. 8. Do not place hands. are necessary ingredients for a safe working place. railings. Conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to handle materials that are hazardous to personnel. the assemblies or parts must be installed and operated in accordance with the following minimum provisions. DRAG . 7. H-145 CONVEYORS . One or more warning labels should be visible on conveyor housings. walkways. Conveyors may be designed to handle these materials. 5. the entire conveyor is then to be guarded by a railing or fence in accordance with ANSI standard B20. then the exposed section of the conveyor is to be guarded by a railing or fence and there shall be a warning sign posted. plant environment. machinery guards.1 Safety Code. If the conveyor is to be opened for inspection cleaning. please order replacement warning labels from the OEM or CEMA. Eliminate all sources of stored energy (materials or devices that could cause conveyor components to move without power applied) before opening the conveyor 12. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and obstacles. Conveyor inlet and discharge openings are designed to connect to other equipment or machinery so that the flow of material into and out of the conveyor is completely enclosed. 1. extent of plant automation. installer. Do not attempt any maintenance or repairs of the conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. This could result in a serious injury should the secondary device fail or malfunction. etc. feet. toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel. and Bucket Elevators. These materials which are hazardous include those that are explosive. There are many kinds of electrical devices for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor systems such that if one conveyor in a system or process is stopped other equipment feeding it. Conveyors are not manufactured or designed to comply with local. It is the responsibility of the contractor. the decision as to their need and the type required must be made by the owner-assembler as we have no information regarding plant wiring. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. CEMA makes no representations or warranties. components and. If the conveyor must have an open housing as a condition of its use and application. Secondary safety devices are available. 11. PROMINENTLY DISPLAY THESE SAFETY LABELS ON INSTALLED EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. or following it can also be automatically stopped. Never walk on conveyor covers. installer. conveyor assemblies in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B20. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. however. Feed openings for shovel. Always operate conveyor in accordance with these instructions and those contained on the caution labels affixed to the equipment. until conveyor cover or guards and drive guards have been properly replaced. Do not attempt to clear a jammed conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. grating or guards. 2. Drag Conveyors. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. however remote from the area. 10. We caution that use of the secondary devices may cause employees to develop a false sense of security and fail to lock out power before removing covers or guards.

Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. WEAR STRIP CONVEYORS ANGLE FLANGE TROUGH 9” THRU 36” Rail Return Self-Cleaning Tail Standard Features • Bolted Flanged Covers • Welded Steel Chain • Jig Welded Flight Attachment • UHMW Flights • Heavy Duty Form Flange Trough • Heat Treated Sprockets • Rail Return System • Flow Through Inlets • Heavy Duty Backing Plate Popular Options • By-Pass Inlets • Hip Roof Cover • Self-Cleaning Tail Section • Intermediate Discharge • Bend Section • Flight Saver Idler Return System • Optional A.Round Bottom Drag Conveyor BOLTED COVER UHMW FLIGHT UHMW FORMED FLANGE IDLER SPROCKET TROUGH 9" THRU 24" ANGLE FLANGE TROUGH 9” THRU 36” Martin Idler Return BOLTED COVER UHMW FLIGHT RAIL RETURN Round Bottom Tail Take-up FORMED FLANGE TROUGH 9" THRU 24" OPTIONAL A. Head Take-up H-146 .R. Wear Strip • Split Sprockets *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only.R.

900 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2400 9″ 12″ 14″ 16″ 18″ 20″ 24″ 2040 3475 4750 6050 8100 10500 14800 33 33 33 32 32 23 23 2600 4300 5900 7600 10150 13000 18150 41 41 40 40 40 29 29 3050 5200 7100 9150 12300 15650 22000 50 50 50 48 48 35 35 3500 6075 8300 10600 14300 18200 25750 58 58 58 56 56 40 40 4080 6950 9500 12100 16200 21000 29600 66 66 66 64 64 46 46 Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. 6". Both systems assure long life and quiet operation. We offer the Martin Round Bottom Drag with either a rail return or optional Flight Saver Idler return system. 2. 12 ga. shafts. 10 ga. Our goal is to reduce maintenance and operating costs for the user. 12 ga. 185 285 310 365 507 578 742 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 255 420 460 520 640 705 870 14 ga. Capacities are based on 100% loading with free-flowing grains at 48 pounds per cubic foot.Round Bottom Drag Conveyor ROUND BOTTOM CONVEYOR Capacity FPM/RPM 100 FPM Series Size CFH RPM CFH RPM CFH RPM CFH RPM CFH RPM 125 FPM 150 FPM 175 FPM 200FPM NOTES: 1. 2. Tail and head weights shown include bearings. All drag flights are a (food safe) white UHMW polyethylene material attached to welded steel chain. 10 ga. 12 ga. Selection of conveyors should be based upon material characteristics. Capacities and speeds will vary for other types of materials and for materials conveyed at an incline. and standard sprockets. 12 ga. 30". . 3. Material Thickness and Approximate Shipping Weights Series Adj. vibration and chordal action while increasing chain and sprocket life. H-147 CONVEYORS 3 3 3 3 14 ga. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 14 ga. 14 ga. 12 ga. and 36" Drag conveyors are also available upon request. We have incorporated larger heattreated sprockets into our designs to reduce noise. Intermediate weights include return rails and bolted covers. Please contact Martin for quote. Please consult Martin if you have any questions concerning your application. with exception of the 6" drag conveyor which uses combination chain. Martin has designed its Round Bottom with the user in mind. 3 3 3 3 ⁄4 ⁄4 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 NOTES: 1. 12 ga. Tail Weight1 Bypass Weight Fixed Head Weight Standard Duty Intermediate Weight2 Specific Duty 3 Weight3 Cover 900 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2400 3 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 1 367 394 412 475 575 856 899 3 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 89 127 140 160 238 295 370 3 ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ ⁄16″ 187 210 221 257 281 486 665 14 ga. 10 ga.

guards or before servicing. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. H-148 *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only. Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. Exposed moving parts can cause severe injury.UP ) D K J FLOW DIRECTION NOTE : DRIVE NEAR SIDE . E F SAFETY STICKER I L A G H B P Q R N M BY-PASS INLET SERIES A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R 900 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2400 38 38 38 38 38 41 41 18 20 20 24 24 29 34 9 9 9 9 9 12 12 141⁄4 141⁄4 141⁄4 141⁄4 141⁄4 16 16 215⁄8 233⁄4 24 26 271⁄2 331⁄4 361⁄2 111⁄8 141⁄4 163⁄4 191⁄8 215⁄8 24 29 33⁄16 215⁄16 33⁄16 35⁄16 311⁄16 41⁄4 57⁄16 9 10 10 12 22 141⁄2 17 95⁄16 913⁄16 10 5⁄16 115⁄16 1113⁄16 147⁄8 1513⁄16 36 36 36 36 24 24 24 18 21 23 25 27 29 33 13 13 13 13 13 16 16 93⁄8 121⁄4 131⁄2 147⁄8 16 191⁄4 20 8 3⁄8 91⁄2 103⁄4 117⁄8 131⁄4 147⁄8 181⁄16 207⁄8 243⁄8 243⁄8 283⁄8 29 34 39 151⁄3 151⁄3 151⁄3 161⁄4 16 201⁄2 205⁄8 135⁄16 135⁄16 135⁄16 141⁄4 141⁄4 181⁄2 185⁄8 CONVEYORS SERIES A B 7 G ( J ) EQ SPCS @ 6" CNTRS G C C D E F G H J D E F E D C H B A 900 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2400 10 13 15 17 19 21 25 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 1 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 1 ⁄4 1 4 51⁄8 31⁄2 33⁄4 4 ⁄16 3 — — 31⁄2 4 4 ⁄8 3 4 51⁄4 31⁄2 4 4 ⁄8 3 4 51⁄4 51⁄4 35⁄8 35⁄8 4 6 ⁄2 1 18 20 20 24 24 29 34 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 7 7 7 7 9 11⁄2 1 ⁄2 1 47⁄8 5 ⁄8 5 43⁄4 5 ⁄8 5 43⁄4 5 ⁄2 1 9 NOTE: Dimensions not certified for construction. HEAD & INTERMEDIATE DISCHARGE WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDER LOCK OUT POWER before removing covers. .Round Bottom Drag Conveyor C ( TAKE. BY-PASS INLET.

Rail Return Flat Bottom Tail Take-Up Standard Features • Bolted Replaceable Bottom • Bolted Flanged Covers • Jig Welded Flight Attachment • UHMW Flights • Heat Treated Sprockets • Rail Return System • Flow Through Inlets • Heavy Duty Backing Plate Popular Options • Intermediate Discharge • Liners of Various Materials • A. Steel Bottom Plate • Controlled Feed Inlets • Split Sprockets Self-Cleaning Tail Super Duty Conveyor *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only.Flat Bottom Drag Conveyor BOLTED COVER UHMW FLIGHT RAIL RETURN OPTIONAL BOLTED LINER OPTIONAL A. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors.R. WEAR STRIP FLAT BOLTED BOTTOM WITH OPTION OF A.R.R. H-149 CONVEYORS .

10 GA. .38 68. 10 GA. STD.25 96. When heavier abrasive materials need to be conveyed. 12 GA.876 CFH. 14 GA.850 19. The replaceable rail return system is offered with an optional rail liner when wear is a concern.388 15. Capacities at 90% bed depth.157 10.734 18. 14 GA.170 20. Capacities are based on 90% loading with free-flowing grains at 48 pounds per cubic foot.516 6.750 17. Tail and head weights shown include bearings. 10 GA.907 55 40 40 40 40 40 34 34 34 34 4.517 11.429 27. CONVEYORS 2409 2412 2414 2416 2418 3016 3018 3020 3024 Martin offers a complete line of standard Flat Bottom Drags to handle capacities up to 31.844 46 34 34 34 34 34 29 29 29 29 4.13 54. shafts and standard sprockets.198 23.813 13.938 37 27 27 27 3. 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 206 277 306 315 322 335 438 452 485 613 10 GA.25 78. 10 GA. Exposed moving parts can cause severe injury.438 6.619 16. 10 GA.776 31.523 21.88 159. Note: Dimensions not certified for construction.429 16. 10 GA. 10 GA. 2.944 13.875 8. 10 GA. Capacities and speeds will vary for other types of materials and for materials conveyed at an incline. 10 GA.825 7. The Martin Flat Bottom drag conveyor is constructed with heavy-duty formed channel sides.19 111.650 15. 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 333 432 454 467 482 497 642 655 690 749 10 GA.781 15.024 23 13.876 13.925 9. 3. Martin Super Duty Flat Bottom drags have been successfully used in applications with conveyors reaching lengths of over 660 feet and large capacities.082 23.619 11. 12 GA.75 89.156 12.892 65 47 47 47 47 47 40 40 40 40 5. 10 GA.Flat Bottom Drag Conveyor Flat Bottom Conveyor 1 FPM SERIES CFH 100 FPM CFH RPM 125 FPM CFH RPM 150 FPM CFH RPM 175 FPM CFH RPM 200 FPM CFH RPM 1809 2409 2412 2414 2416 2418 3016 3018 3020 3024 28.238 22. MATERIAL THICKNESS & APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHTS INTERMEDIATE SERIES ADJ. NOTES: 1. 12 GA. guards or before servicing.156 27 12. 10 GA. 4. Warning And Safety Reminder LOCK OUT POWER before removing covers. 14 GA. COVER 1809 10 GA.626 10.113 13.923 9. HEAD WGT.141 23 16.220 8. 10 GA. The Martin Flat Bottom drag conveyor is especially suited for handling free flowing grains.876 74 54 54 54 54 54 46 46 46 46 27 11. 2.13 133. 10 GA.735 23 19. 10 GA.226 26.56 121. 10 GA.38 2. 10 GA.945 23 15. 12 GA.312 24. DUTY WGT.923 NOTES: 1.798 8. 12 GA. and bolted covers. 14 GA. contact Martin about our Mill Duty Drag conveyor with Forged Chain.531 9.833 19. 10 GA. TAIL WGT.813 5.388 14. 403 460 492 514 532 544 655 679 703 745 14 GA. Please consult Martin if you have any questions concerning your application. Selection of conveyors should be based upon material characteristics. 10 GA. Intermediate weights include return rails. H-150 with replaceable bolted bottoms and covers.238 11. 10 GA.

H-151 CONVEYORS . I E F .Flat Bottom Drag Conveyor FLOW DIRECTION C ( TAKE . L A M G H B F P N Flat Intermediate F G H I J K L M N P SERIES A B C E 1809 2409 2412 2414 2416 2418 3016 3018 3020 3024 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 25 25 30 30 30 30 36 36 36 36 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 181⁄2 241⁄2 241⁄2 241⁄2 241⁄2 241⁄2 291⁄2 291⁄2 291⁄2 291⁄2 141⁄4 201⁄4 201⁄4 201⁄4 201⁄4 201⁄4 251⁄4 251⁄4 251⁄4 251⁄4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 17 3⁄4 15 17 1⁄2 17 1⁄2 17 1⁄2 17 1⁄2 201⁄2 201⁄2 201⁄2 201⁄2 71⁄4 10 1⁄8 10 1⁄8 10 1⁄8 10 1⁄8 10 1⁄8 12 5⁄8 12 5⁄8 12 5⁄8 12 5⁄8 30 30 35 35 35 35 41 41 41 41 16 16 18 20 22 25 22 25 27 31 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 10 10 13 15 17 19 17 19 21 25 9 3⁄8 9 3⁄8 121⁄4 131⁄2 147⁄8 16 147⁄8 16 191⁄4 20 9 16 16 16 16 16 191⁄2 191⁄2 191⁄2 191⁄2 K ( L) EQ SPCS @ 6" CNTRS K C D E I F E D Q C G ( H ) EQ SPCS @ 6" CNTRS G C M N P N M C A J B Q Head & Intermediate Discharge SERIES A B C D E F G H I J Standard Inlet K L M N P Q 7 1809 2409 2412 2414 2416 2418 3016 3018 3020 3024 7 7 10 12 14 15 14 15 17 21 16 16 18 20 22 25 22 25 27 31 1 1 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄4 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 41⁄2 41⁄2 4 41⁄2 31⁄4 31⁄2 31⁄4 31⁄2 4 33⁄4 *** *** *** *** 31⁄4 31⁄2 31⁄4 31⁄2 4 33⁄4 *** *** *** *** 31⁄4 31⁄2 31⁄4 31⁄2 4 33⁄4 3 3 41⁄4 51⁄4 31⁄4 5 31⁄4 5 6 5 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 10 10 13 15 17 19 17 19 21 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 36 36 36 36 31⁄2 31⁄2 41⁄4 41⁄4 41⁄4 41⁄4 41⁄2 41⁄2 41⁄2 41⁄2 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 51⁄8 31⁄2 33⁄4 47⁄16 33⁄4 47⁄16 47⁄8 5 5⁄8 *** *** *** 31⁄2 4 43⁄8 4 43⁄8 43⁄4 51⁄2 4 4 51⁄4 31⁄2 4 43⁄8 4 43⁄8 43⁄4 51⁄2 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 7 7 7 7 9 7 9 9 9 Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. SAFETY STICKER NOTE: DRIVE NEAR SIDE .UP ) D K J .

R. Capacities and Speeds FPM SERIES CFH 1200 MD 1600 MD 2000 MD 2400 MD 58 96 130 192 CFH 1400 2400 3250 4800 RPM 8 7. Steel Side Liners • By-pass Inlet • Self-cleaning Tail The Martin Mill Duty Drag is designed for handling heavy and abrasive materials. Exposed moving parts can cause severe injury. aggregate. Steel Return Tray or Rail Return System • Spring Loaded Take-up • Split Sprockets Popular Options • A. such as limestone.Flat Bottom Drag Conveyor Mill Duty Conveyor Standard Features • Forged Chain and Steel Flights • A. CONVEYORS Special Application Drag H-152 Martin-Built Take-up .R.5 5 5 CFH 2800 4800 6500 9600 RPM 16 15 10 10 25 FPM 50 FPM Warning And Safety Reminder LOCK OUT POWER before removing covers. guards or before servicing. and sand. Please consult Martin if you have any questions concerning your application.

L-Path Drag Conveyor Series 1FPM CFH CFH 50 FPM RPM 75 FPM CFH RPM 100 FPM CFH RPM 57 610 913 1020 1224 1236 1342 12 20 35 58 87 129 150 600 1000 1750 2900 4350 6450 7500 17 11 8 11 11 10 10 900 1500 2625 4350 6525 9675 11250 26 16-1/2 12 16-1/2 16-1/2 15 15 1200 2000 3500 5800 8700 12900 15000 35 22 16 22 22 20 20 L-Path Conveyor Single Chain Configuration S-Path Conveyor Double Chain Configuration CHAIN FEATURES • Welded Steel or Forged Chain • UHMW Flights • Jig Welded Attachments • Heavy Duty Backing Plates Please consult Martin if you have any questions concerning your application. H-153 NOTES: 1. Capacities are based on the handling of non-abrasive materials (as listed). CAUTION should be observed when handling fine granular materials (as listed). • Wheat Flour • Sugar • Powdered Lime • Starch • Carbon Black • Soda Ash CONVEYORS . • Cotton Seed Hulls • Cotton Seed Meal • Delinted Cotton Seed • Ground Feed • Whole Soybeans • Hot Soybean Meal • Whole Corn • Whole Rice 2.

H-154 . Note: Dimensions not certified for construction.L-Path Drag Conveyor J N L-Path Conveyor Series 610 913 1020 1224 1236 1342 K M 10'-0" STANDARD Consult factory for information on 57 Series and other sizes. 10'-0" STANDARD A C ( TAKE UP ) RA F DI US F G D E B Standard Inlet P I (H ) EQ SPECS @ 6" CENTRS I C Head Discharge 45º– 90º (Q) EQ SPECS @ 6" CENTRS P C P Head Discharge 0º– 45º (Q) EQ SPECS @ 6" CENTRS P C D E F E A L M (N) EQ SPECS @ 6" CENTRS M J T S (U) EQ SPECS @ 6" CENTRS S T G K G K R D L C B G C C SERIES A B C D E F G 7 H I J K L M N P Q R P S T I U A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q 68 29 12 2 14-1/2 3 96 82 36 32 18-3/4 18-3/4 11 4-1/8 21-1/2 36-1/8 89 37 12 2 20 3 96 108 42 38 22-1/2 22-1/2 14 4-1/8 25 42-1/8 96 35 12 2 22-1/4 6 96 108 54 40 28-1/2 28-1/2 21 4-1/8 25 44-1/8 96 38-5/8 12 2 28-1/4 6 120 116 60 44 32-1/2 32-1/2 25 4-1/8 29 48-1/8 96 38-5/8 12 2 28-1/4 6 120 116 60 44 44-1/2 44-1/2 37 4-1/8 29 48-1/8 96 38-5/8 12 2 28-1/4 6 120 116 60 44 50-1/2 50-1/2 43 4-1/8 29 48-1/8 H I P Q 183⁄4 22 1⁄2 29 33 45 51 36 42 54 60 60 60 43⁄8 43⁄8 4 *** *** 41⁄2 *** 43⁄4 *** *** *** 41⁄2 2 1 4 6 8 6 4 41⁄4 41⁄2 41⁄2 41⁄2 41⁄2 5 6 8 9 9 9 11 14 21 25 37 43 *** 43⁄4 41⁄2 *** *** 4 31⁄2 31⁄2 41⁄2 5 5 4 31⁄2 1 1 3 5 5 L CONVEYORS 610 913 1020 1224 1236 1342 7 10 17 21 33 38 16 18 27 31 43 48 1 11⁄4 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 11⁄2 41⁄2 4 4 43⁄4 41⁄2 51⁄2 *** *** 4 43⁄4 6 6 *** 41⁄2 4 5 6 6 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 2 2 3 4 6 7 3 41⁄4 6 5 5 41⁄2 7 9 9 9 9 Note: Dimensions not certified for construction.

........................................................................H-161 Super Screw Elevator Speed and Capacity .........................................H-163 Super Screw Elevator Dimensions .................................H-160 Type B Dimensions .................................H-157 Screw Elevator Types ...............................................................................................................................................................Vertical Screw Elevator SECTION VIII VERTICAL SCREW ELEVATOR SECTION VIII Warning and Safety Reminder ..............................................................H-164 Standard Screw Elevator H-155 CONVEYORS .H-158 Standard Components ........................H-156 Introduction ...H-159 Standard Screw Elevator Speed and Capacity .......................................H-162 Super Screw Drive Unit .................................................................................................

2. then the exposed section of the conveyor is to be guarded by a railing or fence and there shall be a warning sign posted. 8. Conveyors shall not be operated unless all covers and/or guards for the conveyor and drive unit are in place. arrangement of installation. and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment. Conveyors may be designed to handle these materials. railings. conveyor covers and elevator housings. This could result in a serious injury should the secondary device fail or malfunction. H-156 . 14. until conveyor cover or guards and drive guards have been properly replaced. walkways. or following it can also be automatically stopped. If the conveyor is to be opened for inspection cleaning. 13.” CEMA encourages acquisition and use of this source of safety information to supplement your safety program. in the conveyor. Eliminate all sources of stored energy (materials or devices that could cause conveyor components to move without power applied) before opening the conveyor 12. Do not attempt any maintenance or repairs of the conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) has produced an audiovisual presentation entitled “Safe Operation of Screw Conveyors. Feed openings for shovel. manufacturer should be consulted prior to any modifications. installer. If hazardous materials are to be conveyed or if the conveyor is to be subjected to internal or external pressure. 10.. 1. CEMA makes no representations or warranties. machinery guards. 4. If the labels attached to the equipment become illegible. are necessary ingredients for a safe working place. owner and user to install. however remote from the area. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute for a thorough safety program. the assemblies or parts must be installed and operated in accordance with the following minimum provisions. Secondary safety devices are available. either expressed or implied. maintain and operate the conveyor. 6. flammable. 7. Conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to handle materials that are hazardous to personnel. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. the entire conveyor is then to be guarded by a railing or fence in accordance with ANSI standard B20. If the nature of the material is such that a grating cannot be used. Drag Conveyors. It is the responsibility of the contractor. feet. 11. the decision as to their need and the type required must be made by the owner-assembler as we have no information regarding plant wiring. Do not attempt to clear a jammed conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT.(Request current edition and addenda) 3. Other devices should not be used as a substitute for locking out the power prior to removing guards or covers. training of personnel. In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous condition. etc. CONVEYORS PROMINENTLY DISPLAY THESE SAFETY LABELS ON INSTALLED EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. the electric power to the motor driving the conveyor must be LOCKED OUT in such a manner that the conveyor cannot be restarted by anyone. Always operate conveyor in accordance with these instructions and those contained on the caution labels affixed to the equipment. toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel. etc. CEMA insists that disconnecting and locking out the power to the motor driving the unit provides the only real protection against injury. or any part of your body. however.1. owner and user to supplement the materials and services furnished with these necessary items to make the conveyor installation comply with the law and accepted standards. grating or guards. Conveyor inlet and discharge openings are designed to connect to other equipment or machinery so that the flow of material into and out of the conveyor is completely enclosed. One or more warning labels should be visible on conveyor housings. please order replacement warning labels from the OEM or CEMA. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and obstacles. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. DRAG . 9. If the conveyor must have an open housing as a condition of its use and application. extent of plant automation. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. Do not attempt field modification of conveyor or components. Electrical controls. Conveyors are not manufactured or designed to comply with local. and Bucket Elevators. These materials which are hazardous include those that are explosive. installer. Never walk on conveyor covers. We caution that use of the secondary devices may cause employees to develop a false sense of security and fail to lock out power before removing covers or guards. There are many kinds of electrical devices for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor systems such that if one conveyor in a system or process is stopped other equipment feeding it.Warning & Safety Reminder WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR SCREW . Do not place hands. conveyor assemblies in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B20. the interlocking of the screw conveyor with other equipment. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. front loaders or other manual or mechanical equipment shall be constructed in such a way that the conveyor opening is covered by a grating.1 Safety Code. components and. plant environment. 5. maintenance or observation. AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA) It is the responsibility of the contractor.

it can probably be elevated in a Screw Elevator. Martin has an experienced staff in over twenty locations throughout the U. Malted Bone Meal Cement Coffee Corn Meal Cotton Seed Cryolite Flours Grains Hops Ice Kaolin Clay Lead Oxide Lime Malt Mica Milk. Powder Soda Ash Soybean Meal Sugar Sunflower Seeds Tobacco Wheat Wood Flour *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only. Contact your nearest Martin facility with your application information and we will design the right elevator for your needs. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. We offer both our Standard and Superscrew Elevators with several different drive arrangements to meet our customers’ individual requirements. Dried Mixed Feeds Mustard Seed Oats Paper Pulp Peanuts Resin Rubber. We have the capability of manufacturing our screw elevators in six locations in the U.S.A. H-157 . we added the heavier duty Superscrew Elevator. Ground Salt Sawdust Screened Wood Chips Shellac. Screw Elevators Martin Standard Screw Elevators have been suc- cessfully elevating a wide range of materials.Screw Elevator Martin For over fifty years. and Canada that can help you design the right screw elevator for your application. The Martin Screw Elevator is ideally suited to elevate a wide range of bulk materials in a relatively small space. giving our customers the ability to elevate larger capacities to greater heights. CONVEYORS Type 4 Superscrew Elevator Partial Material List Alfalfa Meal Barley.A.S. In 1956. If a material can be classified as very free flowing or free flowing.

All need lateral support when installed. Always LOCKOUT/TAGOUT electrical power when working on equipment for inspection. H-158 . Bottom P. Pedestal Base Type AF1 Straight Inlet Top Drive. Thrust Head Type 7 Straight Inlet Bottom Drive. Thrust Head SuperScrew Elevator Types Type 1 Straight Inlet Top Drive. Thrust Head With Drive NOTE: All elevators are furnished less feeder and/or feeder drive unless otherwise specified. We are also able to drive the feeder or take-away conveyor by the screw elevator drive. Standard Screw Elevator Types CONVEYORS Type B Straight Inlet Top Drive. Pedestal Base Type 3 Straight Inlet Top Drive. Bottom P. With Drive Type EAF1 Straight Inlet Bottom Drive. We can also offer a Screw Conveyor Drive arrangement for lighter duty applications. w/4′-0″ Feeder And Drive Type AF2 Offset Inlet Top Drive. With Drive Type 5 Straight Inlet Bottom Drive. Bottom P. match-marked and disassembled prior to shipment. Thrust Head With Drive Type GAF1 Straight Inlet Bottom Drive. Thrust Head w/4′-0″ Feeder And Drive Type 8 Offset Inlet Bottom Drive. we offer both the Martin Standard and Superscrew Elevators in sixteen different types.O.T. discharge location and feed arrangement.O. Bottom P. CAUTION: Never operate without covers and guards. maintenance. Thrust Head w/4′-0″ Feeder And Drive Type IAF-2 Offset Inlet Bottom Drive. Thrust Head Type 6 Offset Inlet Bottom Drive. w/4′-0″ Feeder And Drive Type 4 Offset Inlet Top Drive. Pedestal Base Type BO Offset Inlet Top Drive.T.O.O. Pedestal Base Type 2 Offset Inlet Top Drive. The Martin Screw Elevators are easy to install because they are factory assembled. or other purposes. The different types allow us to vary the drive location.T.Screw Elevator Martin Screw Elevators To help better meet the needs of our customers. cleaning. Thrust Head Type HAF2 Offset Inlet Bottom Drive. Martin Screw Elevators are of a sturdy self-supporting design and only The drives for the Martin Standard and Superscrew Elevators are manufactured by Martin and are specifically designed for use with our screw elevators.T.

The stabilizer bearings are available in a wide range of bearing materials to meet our customers’ requirements. including wood. It also has a shroud to assure that the conveyed material is moving smoothly through the area. UHMW. hard iron. we add stabilizers as needed. The bottom inspection panel is bolted to minimize any product leakage. Both the Martin Standard Screw and Superscrew Elevators are supplied with split intermediate housing to allow easier maintenance. The drives for both the Standard Screw and the Superscrew Elevator are manufactured by Martin to guarantee their quality and availability.Screw Elevator All Martin Screw Elevators come with heavy duty helicoid or sectional screws which are checked for straightness and run-out to insure a smooth running elevator. as the height of the elevator increases. bronze. Standard Screw Thrust Unit Martin’s specially engineered inlet/bottom section assures a smooth transfer to conveyed material from the horizontal to vertical with a minimum of back-up and product degradation. Stabilizer Bearing Used on Standard Screw Elevator Clearance Between Screw and Housing Gauge of Housing Type of Housing Size Clearance Intermediate Top and Bottom Sections Intermediate Top and Bottom Sections 6 Standard Clearance Close Fitting Clearance Standard Clearance Close Fitting Clearance Standard Clearance Close Fitting Clearance Standard Clearance Close Fitting Clearance 1 ⁄2 14 14 12 12 10 10 14 14 12 12 10 10 14 14 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 5 ⁄16 ⁄2 Standard Screw Pedestal Base 9 1 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 ⁄16 5 ⁄16 ⁄2 3 1 3 12 5 ⁄16 ⁄2 3 1 3 16 5 ⁄16 3 Standard Screw Thrust Head H-159 CONVEYORS Standard Elevator Superscrew Elevator . When handling free flowing material. and others.

maintenance.4:1 1.. or other purposes. Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. The input shaft can be driven in either direction. The drives are designed and constructed to withstand all radial and thrust loads and support the entire weight of a fully loaded elevator. adapter for 6″ head not illustrated CAUTION: Never operate without covers and guards. With complete information.. Martin Size Vertical Shaft Diameter Ratio Top Drive Standard Screw Elevator Speed / Capacity ▲ Recommended Minimum and Maximum Speeds Vertical Screw Input Top Drive Input Bottom Drive RPM Horizontal Feeder Screw 45 Percent Loading Capacity Cubic Foot per Hour Ratio Bottom Drive 6 11⁄2 2:1 1. consult Martin . Both top and bottom drives are required when the elevator. Oil Level Grease Level Housing Length = Lift +U Screw Length = Lift +V Bolts CONVEYORS Bolts Grease Cavity SEE PAGE Dimensions in Inches Ratio Size Top Drive Bottom Drive A Top Drive B Bottom Drive C E F G H J L Oil Level T Bolts M N P Q R S No.4:1 12 2 2:1 2:1 200 215 275 170 200 230 155 165 200 400 430 550 340 400 460 310 330 400 280 301 385 238 280 322 310 330 400 165 177 226 139 163 187 147 156 189 360 400 500 1100 1300 1500 2700 3000 3600 ▲ For speeds in excess or less than shown. A bottom drive and thrust unit are necessary if the elevator and feeder are driven from one power source. Rec’d Size 3 3 1 U B & BO All Other Types V All Types 6* 9 12 2:1 2:1 2:1 1. and 12″ dia. A top drive and pedestal base are used when the elevator and discharge conveyor are driven from one source. cleaning.Standard Screw Elevator The Martin Standard Screw Elevator is designed to handle under normal conditions.4:1 2:1 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 2 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 5 131⁄2 14 5 131⁄2 14 5 131⁄2 14 151⁄4 151⁄4 151⁄4 75⁄8 5 47⁄8 415⁄16 415⁄16 415⁄16 7 10 13 41⁄4 41⁄4 5 41⁄2 1111⁄32 33⁄8 313⁄16 131⁄4 41⁄2 1111⁄32 33⁄8 313⁄16 131⁄4 59⁄16 147⁄16 37⁄8 49⁄16 131⁄4 4 8 8 ⁄8-16 NC ⁄8-16 NC ⁄2-13 NC 167⁄8 211⁄2 26 231⁄8 273⁄4 313⁄4 65⁄8 83⁄4 123⁄4 *25⁄8″ lg. The Standard Screw Elevator drive unit will function efficiently with the elevator erected at any angle of incline from horizontal to vertical. sizes. Martin engineering staff can help you design the right Screw Elevator for your application. 9″ dia.4:1 9 11⁄2 2:1 1. capacities ranging from 360 CFH to 3600 CFH in 6″ dia. feeder and discharge conveyor are all driven from one power source. Always LOCKOUT/TAGOUT electrical power when working on equipment for inspection. and the input shaft extension may be used to drive a horizontal feeder or discharge conveyor. H-160 .

See page H-158 for typical elevator arrangements. Type BO Size of Elevator A B C D F G H J K L M N P R S 6 9 12 6 51⁄2 8 8 111⁄8 14 ⁄4 1 9 9 15 43⁄4 61⁄4 8 5 5 5 131⁄2 131⁄2 13 ⁄2 1 14 14 14 2 2 2 415⁄16 415⁄16 4 ⁄16 15 23 25 29 12 14 18 75⁄8 5 4 ⁄8 7 51⁄2 71⁄8 8 ⁄4 3 113⁄8 113⁄8 14 ⁄16 7 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 Type B Size of Elevator A B C F G H J K L M N P 6 9 12 6 51⁄2 8 8 111⁄8 9 9 5 5 5 131⁄2 131⁄2 131⁄2 14 14 14 2 2 2 415⁄16 415⁄16 415⁄16 23 25 29 12 14 18 75⁄8 5 47⁄8 51⁄2 71⁄8 83⁄4 141⁄4 15 Dimensions in Inches Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. This elevator will normally be furnished offset to left. H-161 CONVEYORS . unless otherwise specified.Standard Screw Elevator Type B Type BO Lift Lift Screw elevator shown is offset to right for illustration purpose only.

12″ dia.06:1 161 Up to 425 ★ Consult . H-162 . Always LOCKOUT/TAGOUT electrical power when working on equipment for inspection..06:1 2. 9″ dia.. maintenance. Type 7 Superscrew Elevator Elevator Offset to the Right of Inlet Straight Inlet Elevator Offset to the Left of Inlet CAUTION: Never operate without covers and guards.Super Screw Elevator The Martin Superscrew Elevator is designed to handle capacities ranging from 360 CFH to 7000 CFH in 6″ dia. consult Martin Martin. and 16″ dia.. sizes.06:1 2. cleaning. Martin Size Vertical Shaft Diameter SuperScrew Elevator Speed / Capacity ▲ Recommended Minimum and Maximum Speeds Ratio Top Drive Ratio Bottom Drive Vertical Screw Input Top Drive Input Bottom Drive RPM Horizontal Feeder Screw 45 Percent Loading Capacity Cubic Foot per Hour 1 2 3 4 5 200 215 6 400 430 550 660 Up to 850 340 400 460 480 Up to 850 310 330 400 420 Up to 850 319 340 412 433 Up to 876 284 309 332 Up to 876 7 400 430 550 660 Up to 850 340 400 460 480 Up to 850 310 330 400 420 Up to 850 319 340 412 433 Up to 876 284 309 332 Up to 876 8 165 177 226 272 9 360 400 500 600 6 11⁄2 2:1 2:1 275 330 Up to 425 170 200 139 163 187 196 1100 1300 1500 1600 9 2 2:1 2:1 230 240 Up to 425 155 165 147 156 189 199 2800 3000 3600 3800 27⁄16 2:1 2:1 200 210 Up to 425 155 165 12 151 161 195 205 2800 3000 3600 3800 CONVEYORS 16 27⁄16★ 3 2.06:1 200 210 Up to 425 138 150 132 144 155 6000 6500 7000 3 2. or other purposes. ▲ For speeds in excess or less than those shown.

Size 3 3 1 1 1 1 DSD units may also be furnished at the top only with a pedestal base or at the bottom only with a thrust head. SuperScrew Thrust Head SuperScrew Pedestal Base H-163 . DSD units may be furnished at both the top and the bottom of the elevator. (Dry Shaft Drive) Housing & Screw Length = Lift + M Bolts DSD (Dry Shaft Drive) is a completely new design and construction concept especially developed to enable the SuperScrew Elevator to broaden the application of screw elevators.1 18. CONVEYORS DSD units are sturdily constructed to withstand all radial and thrust loads encountered and to support the entire weight of elevators and materials handled. The top drive incorporates special design features to assure that no lubricant may pass into the elevator to contaminate the material being elevated.S. L M 6 9 12 2:1 2:1 2:1 2.D.1 61⁄8 61⁄8 61⁄8 67⁄8 6 ⁄8 7 12 12 12 125⁄8 12 ⁄8 5 71⁄2 71⁄2 71⁄2 71⁄4 7 ⁄4 1 101⁄8 131⁄4 161⁄4 171⁄4 17 ⁄8 3 8 8 8 8 8 12 ⁄8 ⁄8 ⁄2 ⁄2 ⁄2 ⁄2 121⁄4 131⁄4 181⁄4 181⁄4 181⁄4 241⁄4 16 2. The DSD unit is designed to meet special conditions encountered in vertical installations and may be installed in the range of 70° to 90° incline. If a smaller angle of incline is required. A patented lubrication system precisely “meters” the proper amount of lubricant to those points where needed with no danger of damaging seals.1 18.Super Screw Elevator Super Screw Elevator D.06:1 23⁄16 41⁄4 67⁄8 125⁄8 71⁄4 201⁄4 Spider Type Stabilizer Used on SuperScrew Note: Dimensions not certified for construction.06:1 2. special units may be furnished. The compactness of the DSD requires a minimum of head room providing maximum lift with minimum overall elevator height.06:1 11⁄2 2 27⁄16 27⁄16 3 3 15⁄8 15⁄8 15⁄8 15⁄8 2 ⁄16 3 4 4 4 41⁄4 4 ⁄4 1 43⁄4 43⁄4 47⁄8 47⁄8 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 16 16 16 18. In the bottom drive unit other special features prevent entrance of foreign material into lubricant. D Size Ratio A B C Top Bottom E F G H K No.

1 18.06:1 2. cleaning.06:1 2. H-164 Note: Dimensions not certified for construction. Ratio B C E G J K L M N O P S V X Z 6 9 12 16 11⁄2 2 27⁄16 27⁄16 3 3 2:1 2:1 2:1 2.06:1 2.06:1 41⁄2 61⁄8 73⁄4 73⁄4 73⁄4 105⁄8 101⁄2 12 15 15 15 20 43⁄4 61⁄4 8 8 8 101⁄2 16 16 16 18. maintenance. or other purposes. Shaft Dia. Always LOCKOUT/TAGOUT electrical power when working on equipment for inspection. CAUTION: Never operate without covers and guards.1 4 4 4 41⁄4 41⁄4 41⁄4 15⁄8 15⁄8 15⁄8 23⁄16 23⁄16 23⁄16 63⁄4 63⁄4 63⁄4 715⁄16 715⁄16 715⁄16 233⁄4 251⁄4 291⁄4 313⁄8 313⁄8 363⁄4 7 10 13 13 13 17 61⁄2 61⁄2 61⁄2 71⁄4 71⁄4 71⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 5 5 87⁄8 87⁄8 87⁄8 87⁄8 111⁄8 83⁄8 77⁄8 87⁄8 9 9 91⁄2 117⁄8 127⁄8 153⁄8 151⁄2 151⁄2 18 131⁄4 131⁄4 131⁄4 173⁄8 173⁄8 173⁄8 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 3 Dimensions in Inches Horizontal coupling diameter may vary upon length of feeder.06:1 2. Ratio B C D E G J K L M N O P S V X Z 6 9 12 16 11⁄2 2 27⁄16 27⁄16 3 3 2:1 2:1 2:1 2. Lift Lift CONVEYORS Normally Furnished Offset to the Left Type 1 Size of Elevator Vert.Super Screw Elevator Dimensions Type 1 Type 2 Dia. Shaft Dia. Dia.06:1 41⁄2 61⁄8 73⁄4 73⁄4 73⁄4 105⁄8 101⁄2 12 15 15 15 20 16 16 16 18. Consult Martin before using.1 18.1 18. .1 18.1 4 4 4 41⁄4 41⁄4 41⁄4 15⁄8 15⁄8 15⁄8 23⁄16 23⁄16 23⁄16 63⁄4 63⁄4 63⁄4 715⁄16 715⁄16 715⁄16 263⁄4 281⁄4 321⁄4 343⁄8 343⁄8 397⁄8 7 10 13 13 13 17 61⁄2 61⁄2 61⁄2 71⁄4 71⁄4 71⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 43⁄4 5 5 87⁄8 87⁄8 87⁄8 87⁄8 111⁄8 83⁄8 77⁄8 87⁄8 9 9 91⁄2 117⁄8 127⁄8 153⁄8 151⁄2 151⁄2 18 131⁄4 131⁄4 131⁄4 173⁄8 173⁄8 173⁄8 11⁄2 11⁄2 2 2 2 3 Type 2 Size of Elevator Vert.

..H-167 Another patented Innovation. • Good abrasive and excellent corrosion resistance in a wide temperature range........general purpose material for high temperature service.................. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors. • All-plastic material does not corrode....general purpose material..........H-166 Technical and Design Data ................ and bearing life is prolonged. is impervious to acids..... • Polyurethane ... • Plastic modules consist of a helical flight spiraling once around a hollow square hub..................... We’ll give your customers another reason to give you their business...................................... Lab tests show it up to 3 times more wear resistant than carbon or stainless steel in certain applications...... *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only....... • Polypropylene ............... • Modules are individually replaceable without welding or burning.................................. • Eliminates need to spot or continuously weld metal flights to shaft............ • Durable............................. easier to handle....................... • FDA approved for food contact....... caustics and other chemicals.Modular Plastic Screw SECTION IX MODULAR PLASTIC SCREW SECTION IX Introduction ..... • Polyethylene ............... • Highly resistant to corrosion.... FDA approved for food contact..................used where impact/abrasive wear is a problem.. • Slick surface simplifies cleaning................ Martin H-165 CONVEYORS ........... lightweight injection-molded modules stack on square tube............... • Assembled conveyor is comparatively lightweight.H-165 Warning and Safety Reminder .

the motor driving the part or components is to be locked out electrically in such a manner that it cannot be started by anyone. Failure to follow these instructions may result in personal injury or property damage. observed. Additionally specific information must be obtained from other sources including the latest editions of American Society of Mechanical Engineers. and covers must be securley fastened before operating any equipment. access doors. in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety Act and with all state and local laws. installer. maintain. It is the responsibility of the contractor. CONVEYORS WARNING Warning: Static Electricity Static Electricity may accumulate on modular plastic conveyor screws which carry non-conductive materials and may produce an electrical spark. Do Not Use to Convey Non-Conductive Materials in a Combustible Environment. regulations. Inc. Most accidents are the results of carelessness or negligence. (ANSI) Safety Code. owner. NY 10017 (212-7057722). standards. and operate the parts or components manufactured and supplied by Martin Sprocket & Gear. owner. however remote from the area. and user as required by applicable laws. installer. regulations. ordinances. and the American National Standard Institute Safety Code. and good safety practice. If parts are to be inspected. purchaser. H-166 . or general maintenance performed. purchaser.Warning & Safety Reminder WARNING & SAFETY REMINDER Safety must be considered a basic factor in machinery operation at all time. and user to install.. All rotating power transmission products are potentially dangerous and must be guarded by the contractor. CAUTION Guards. New York. cleaned. A copy of this standard may be obtained from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers at 345 East 47th Street.

• Assembled conveyors compatible with CEMA standards. 9” and 12” diameters. • Plastic flights may operate at close clearances. • Plastic modules eliminate metal contamination to food. bearing life is prolonged. easily retrofitted. H-167 CONVEYORS D Martin Solutions A E B E D C F The Martin Screw Conveyor System consists of plastic modules stacked on a square metal tube. pitch and thickness with a uniform. directly on the trough without danger of metal contamination. • Flights and hubs are integrally molded.Modular Plastic Screw Conveyors . in right hand only. or when conveying many materials. is safe and easy to handle. MOUNTED SCREW CONVEYOR . and polyurethane.Design Data to Screw Conveyor Problems • Currently available in 6”. A shaft is inserted at each tube end and secured by a recessed pin. each with characteristics to fill specific needs (see Technical Data). • Balance is excellent allowing high speed operation. polypropylene. • Modules are individually replaceable. resulting in consistent diameter. smooth finish. • Flight modules available in polyethylene. Modules are secured at tube ends by retainer rings and washers. • Assembled conveyor is light in weight.

(for 12” dia).2 16. The hubs of the individual modules are heat fused together.3 6” 9” 12” 14” 16” 9” 9” 12” 14” 16” 5. Drive and Tail End Shafts are shipped factory installed.73 7.27 17. the thrust bearing must be at the feed end of the conveyor assembly. Bonded Construction has USDA acceptance for use as a component part of food processing equipment in federally inspected meat and poultry processing plants.78 NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE Maximum Recommended Conveyor Speed / Horizontal Operation / R.M.6 8.P. This precludes the use of coupling shafts and therefore limits the unit to one conveyor length.M. For longer lengths or units without intermediate bearing supports. SHAFT RATINGS FOR CARBON STEEL SHAFT AND TUBE 50 R.Technical & Design Data Screw Conveyor Capacities CUBIC FEET PER HOUR PER R.P.0 9. Retainer rings and shafts are entirely outside the product area.P.M.67 11. H-168 .8 11. 100 R.0 27. the ends of the flights may be fused or may be cut to create a “clean out” gap. Design Data for Bonded Construction CONVEYORS Bonded Construction is used in the handling of a finished food product or for the conveying of any product in which it is necessary to guard against material entering the internal clearances between the modules or into the inside of the square tube.6 6.72 2. Retaining ring may be eliminated in some applications depending upon length and temperature involved.M.75 1.P. The cap may be of alternate construction as detailed below. FULL PITCH HORIZONTAL CONVEYOR LOAD DIAMETER PITCH FULL 45% 30% Horsepower Ratings DIA. (for 6” and 9” dia. EXTENDED END CAPS Extended End Caps are used in the handling of products which require a total elimination of cracks and crevices on the conveyor screw.) or 15 ft. DIA.0 13.1 8. If used with coupling shafts. NYLATRON. Drive and Tail End Shafts are shipped factory installed.P.4 12.1 5. BRONZE CLOSE COUPLED* NOTE: The above limitations are based on Martin modular plastic construction throughout.0 18. TAIL OR COUPLING SHAFT EXTENSION AT MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FLAT END CAPS Flat End Caps are the basic construction for conveying finished food products. 6” 9” 9” 12” 12” 14” 14” 16” 1-1/2” 1-1/2” 2” 2” 2-7/16” 2-7/16” 3” 3” 165 90 165 80 150 80 145 70 140 70 NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE Materials of Construction POLYETHYLENE POLYPROPYLENE POLYURETHANE FDA Approved Abrasive Resistance Corrosive Resistance Impact Resistance Temperature Limit Release Yes Good Excellent Good Excellent Yes Fair Excellent Fair Good No Excellent Good Excellent Good * Close coupled limitations apply to screw lengths over 12 ft. locate end bearing no more than 3-1/8” (for 6” size). as required for an external adaptor. The use of coupling bolts. usually 1/8” to 1/4” wide.M. The ends are capped and fitted with an “O” ring to seal around the shaft. 75 R. 4-5/8” (for 9” size).P. 6”-9” 6”-9” 12” 12” 14” 14” 16” 1-1/2” 2” 2” 2-7/16” 2-7/16” 3” 3” 3. SHAFT TYPE OF INTERMEDIATE BEARING WOOD.2 10. or 6-1/8” (for 12” size).8 24. centers above the inside bottom of the conveyor trough. may reduce horsepower capacity. -60º to +150º F -40º to +220º F -20º to +150º Note: Release pertains to the capability of conveying “sticky” products.53 5.1 16.02 39. M. a maximum of 20 feet. SQUARE METAL TUBE FLAT END CAP RETAINING RING AT FEED END OF EACH CONVEYOR SCREW SQUARE METAL TUBE TROUGH END PLATE EXTENDED END CAP RETAINING RING AT FEED END OF EACH CONVEYOR SCREW PLASTIC MODULE PLASTIC MODULE SPECIFIED CONVEYOR LENGTH DRIVE OR TAIL SHAFT EXTENSION 4" SPECIFIED CONVEYOR LENGTH AT MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE DRIVE. 150 R.4 5.72 16.

.......................................................................................................................................................................H-171 Size and Capacity ..............................................................H-170 Feature................Function & Benefit ................................................................................. Please follow manufacturing safety guidelines when operating conveyors...........Shaftless Screw Conveyors SECTION X SHAFTLESS SCREW CONVEYORS SECTION X Typical Applications.............................................H-170 Warning and Safety Reminder .....................H-172 *Conveyors shown without cover for illustration purposes only...................... H-169 CONVEYORS ...

Shaftless Screw Conveyors Typical Applications • Rendering Poultry Processing • Meat Processing • Fish Processing • Chicken Feathers • Whole Carcasses • Animal Waste • Fish/Animal Bones • Pulp & Paper. Allows Higher Trough Loading (45%-95%) Side Inlet Feeding No Vertical Transition Necessary .D. Gypsum Board. Particle Board • Lime Mud • Oversized Wood Chips • Agriculture • Fertilizer • Corn Gluten • Hogged Bark • Shavings • Chopped Hay • Sugar Beets/Cane Processing • Hospital Waste Processing. Recycle Plants • Shredded Cans • Bottles • Paper • Medical Disposables • Wine & Beverage Industries • Grape Skins • Stems • Pumice • Waste Water • Solid Waste Treatment • Sludge • Grit • Screenings • Chemical & Heavy Industrial • Ash • Recycle Batteries CONVEYORS H-170 • Fruit Peels • Solids Removal • Shredded Tires • Carbon Black FEATURE Continuous Flight 3/4”-1” Flight No Tail Seals or Tail Bearings Cold Formed Flight FUNCTION Eliminate Hangers Long Lasting Use Blind End Plate High Brinell Eliminate Buildup On Pipe BENEFIT Reduces Maintenance Costs Increases Uptime Reduces Maintenance Costs Longer Life Lower Maintenance/ Operation Costs Increases Screw Capacity Lower Installation Cost Reduces Headroom No Center Pipe Required Can Handle Particle Sizes Up To 90% Of Spiral O.

Drive End Seals Spanning longer distances without intermediate bearings. -**ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN IN INCHES. -**ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN IN INCHES. A B Dia. Rider Bars. DIA. AR Liners. Quad Screw Feeder WIDTH 95% Trough Loading NOM DIA. A Dia. 2/3. DIA. WIDTH D CFH* Full Pitch CFH* 2/3 Pitch CFH* 1/2 Pitch MAX RPM D th ng or Le r y F ) ax to s M ac th 0” lt F eng ’20 nsu er L Co ong ( L 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 28 40 44 52 60 68 76 84 100 124 352 1192 1636 2824 4488 6700 9540 13088 22612 44160 235 795 1091 1883 2992 4467 6360 8725 15075 29440 176 596 818 1412 2244 3350 4770 6544 11306 22080 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 H-171 *CFH = Cubic Feet per hour. 1/2 CEMA Standards UHMW Liners. .Size and Capacity Specifications: Type of Steel Capacity Diameter Pitches Trough Options Advantages B Carbon Steel • High Brinell Carbon Steel • Stainless Steel Up to 17. A A C 45% Trough Loading NOM. Inside C Pitch CFH* Full Pitch CFH* 2/3 Pitch CFH* MAX 1/2 Pitch RPM 95% Trough Loading NOM. Transport sticky products and large lumps.000 CFH 6” to 30” (and Larger) Full. B Inside C Pitch CFH* Full Pitch CFH* 2/3 Pitch CFH* MAX 1/2 Pitch RPM 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 7 10 11 13 15 17 19 21 25 31 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 65 224 307 530 842 1256 1789 2455 4240 8283 43 149 205 353 561 837 1193 1637 2827 5522 33 112 154 265 421 628 895 1228 2120 4142 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 7 10 11 13 15 17 19 21 25 31 6 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 140 472 648 1119 1777 2652 3776 5180 8950 17485 93 315 432 746 1185 1766 2517 3453 5967 11657 70 236 324 560 889 1326 1888 2590 4475 8743 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 CONVEYORS 25 *CFH = Cubic Feet per hour.

flammable. conveyor covers and elevator housings. One or more warning labels should be visible on conveyor housings. state or federal codes for unfired pressure vessels. Conveyors may be designed to handle these materials. feet. however. components and. the decision as to their need and the type required must be made by the owner-assembler as we have no information regarding plant wiring. Always operate conveyor in accordance with these instructions and those contained on the caution labels affixed to the equipment. etc. owner and user to supplement the materials and services furnished with these necessary items to make the conveyor installation comply with the law and accepted standards.” CEMA encourages acquisition and use of this source of safety information to supplement your safety program. 5. manufacturer should be consulted prior to any modifications. We caution that use of the secondary devices may cause employees to develop a false sense of security and fail to lock out power before removing covers or guards. It is the responsibility of the contractor. or any part of your body. please order replacement warning labels from the OEM or CEMA. machinery guards. are necessary ingredients for a safe working place. CONVEYORS PROMINENTLY DISPLAY THESE SAFETY LABELS ON INSTALLED EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. maintenance or observation. CEMA insists that disconnecting and locking out the power to the motor driving the unit provides the only real protection against injury. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. Drag Conveyors. 7. 4. toxic or otherwise dangerous to personnel. Conveyor inlet and discharge openings are designed to connect to other equipment or machinery so that the flow of material into and out of the conveyor is completely enclosed. 14. plant environment. If the labels attached to the equipment become illegible.. etc. Feed openings for shovel. owner and user to install.1 Safety Code. 11.Warning & Safety Reminder WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR SCREW . If the conveyor must have an open housing as a condition of its use and application. Conveyors are not normally manufactured or designed to handle materials that are hazardous to personnel. and Bucket Elevators. Keep area around conveyor drive and control station free of debris and obstacles. the interlocking of the screw conveyor with other equipment. Do not attempt to clear a jammed conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. arrangement of installation. 6. CEMA makes no representations or warranties.1. 1. Secondary safety devices are available. Conveyors are not manufactured or designed to comply with local. Eliminate all sources of stored energy (materials or devices that could cause conveyor components to move without power applied) before opening the conveyor 12. There are many kinds of electrical devices for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor systems such that if one conveyor in a system or process is stopped other equipment feeding it. until conveyor cover or guards and drive guards have been properly replaced. DRAG . Other devices should not be used as a substitute for locking out the power prior to removing guards or covers. In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous condition. H-172 . installer. the entire conveyor is then to be guarded by a railing or fence in accordance with ANSI standard B20. This could result in a serious injury should the secondary device fail or malfunction. 10. front loaders or other manual or mechanical equipment shall be constructed in such a way that the conveyor opening is covered by a grating. Conveyors shall not be operated unless all covers and/or guards for the conveyor and drive unit are in place. If the conveyor is to be opened for inspection cleaning.(Request current edition and addenda) 3. then the exposed section of the conveyor is to be guarded by a railing or fence and there shall be a warning sign posted. If hazardous materials are to be conveyed or if the conveyor is to be subjected to internal or external pressure. either expressed or implied. training of personnel. 8. in the conveyor. conveyor assemblies in such a manner as to comply with the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act and with all state and local laws and ordinances and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B20. Do not attempt field modification of conveyor or components. Never walk on conveyor covers. grating or guards. If the nature of the material is such that a grating cannot be used. The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) has produced an audiovisual presentation entitled “Safe Operation of Screw Conveyors. maintain and operate the conveyor. and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment. AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA) It is the responsibility of the contractor. walkways. 2. Do not attempt any maintenance or repairs of the conveyor until power has been LOCKED OUT. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute for a thorough safety program. Do not use conveyor for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. 13. Do not poke or prod material into the conveyor with a bar or stick inserted through the openings. 9. railings. Electrical controls. extent of plant automation. however remote from the area. These materials which are hazardous include those that are explosive. the electric power to the motor driving the conveyor must be LOCKED OUT in such a manner that the conveyor cannot be restarted by anyone. or following it can also be automatically stopped. the assemblies or parts must be installed and operated in accordance with the following minimum provisions. installer. Do not place hands.

25%. OTHER NEW REPLACEMENT INDOORS OUTDOORS V-BELTS CHAIN GUARD DRIVE: (DIRECT) (SCREW CONVEYOR DRIVE) (OTHER): _________________________________________________________ MOTOR: TEFC X-PROOF MAC OTHER ___________________ NOTES __________________________________________________________________ NOTES: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ TROUGH: _____________________________________________________________________ SCREW: ______________________________________________________________________ SHAFT DIA: ____________________________________________________________________ HANGERS: ____________________________________________________________________ HRG. GALV.: ____________________________________________________________________ BOTTOM BRG. __________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ CAPACITY: ________________________ (CFH) (LBS/HR) (TPH) (MTPH) (BPH) MATERIAL:__________________________________ DENSITY _____________________________ LBS/FT3 LUMPS: MAX SIZE _____ IN LUMP CLASS: (Lump % of Total. I .D. BRG.: _________________________________________________________________ BOTTOM SEAL: ________________________________________________________________ GASKETS: _____________________________________________________________________ DRIVE: _____________ HP AT _____________ RPM REDUCER: ____________________________________________________________________ PAINT: ________________________________________________________________________ NOTES: _______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ PAGE ___________ OF _____________ PREPARED BY_____________________________________________________________ DATE __________________ H-173 CONVEYORS .Vertical Screw Data Sheet CUSTOMER:______________________________________________________________________ DATE QUOTE DUE:_____________________________________ ADDRESS:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONTACT: _______________________________________________________________________ PHONE # _____________________________________________ VERTICAL SCREW: LIFT ___________________ DISCH. HEIGHT. III . II .95%) TEMP _____°F MOISTURE _________________% INLET CONFIGURATION (Indicate One): Elevator Straight Elevator Offset to Left Inlet Offset to Right FED BY: _________________________________________________DISCHARGES TO: ______________________________________________________________ MAT’L OF CONSTR: INSTALLATION: MILD STEEL T304 T316 H.10%.

__________ ″ DIA.10%. __________° DECL.Screw Conveyor Data Sheet CUSTOMER:______________________________________________________________________ DATE PROPOSAL DUE: _________________________________ ADDRESS:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONTACT: _______________________________________________________________________ PHONE # _____________________________________________ SCREW DESCR: ____ QTY.: MILD STEEL T304 T316 HD GALV OTHER _____ TEMP _____°F MOISTURE _________________% HORIZ.: TYPE ____________________________________________________ COVER: STYLE ______________________________ THK. III .______________________ DISCHARGE: TYPE ________________ QTY.) PAGE ___________ OF _____________ PREPARED BY_____________________________________________________________ DATE __________________ H-174 .25%. BOLTS: ________________________________________________________ HANGER: STYLE _______________________________________________________ HANGER BRG. II .) (OVERALL) CAPACITY: ________________________ (CFH) (LBS/HR) (TPH) (MTPH) (BPH) MATERIAL:__________________________________ DENSITY ____________________________ LBS/FT3 LUMPS: MAX SIZE _____ IN INSTALLATION: IS IT? FEEDER INDOORS LUMP CLASS: (Lump % of Total.95%) OUTDOORS IS FEED? NEW REPLACEMENT MAT’L OF CONSTR. _________________ DRIVE _______________________ HP AT ______________________________ RPM MOTOR: _________________________________ MOTOR MOUNT _______________ REDUCER: ____________________________________________________________ V-BELT/CHAIN: _________________________________________________________ CONVEYORS NOTES: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SKETCH — (SHOW FEEDER INLET SIZE AND LOCATION.______________________ COVER FASTENERS: TYPE ______________________________________________ INLETS: STYLE ______________________________ QTY.______________________ THROUGH END TYPE: TAIL ____________________________________ THROUGH END TYPE: HEAD ___________________________________ BEARING TYPE: TAIL ______________ HEAD______________________ SEAL TYPE: TAIL _________________ HEAD______________________ SCREW: DIA. __________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ COUPL. ETC. _____________° CONVEYOR FLOOD LOAD UNIFORM FED BY: ___________________________ INLET SIZE: ___________________________________ DISCHARGES TO:______________________________________ DRIVE: (SCREW CONVEYOR DRIVE) (SHAFT MOUNT) (OTHER):_________________________________________________________________________________ NOTES: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ THROUGH: STYLE _________________ THK. DRIVE LOCATION.______________________ GATES: TYPE _____________________ QTY. ________ (RH) (LH) PITCH __________ THK. INCL.______________________ GASKETS: TYPE __________________________________ THK. × __________ LONG (C INLET TO C DISCH. I .

1-16. 1-4.0000000000 HPm = ( C )( L )( W )( Ff )( Fm )( Fb Ff Fp e NOTE: Consult factory for feeder horsepower ) = ____________ Fp ) = ____________ 00000000000001. 1-10. 1-11 Select Components: Trough ___________ Screw ___________ Hanger Style ___________ Hanger Bearing ___________ Cover ___________ H-175 CONVEYORS Values to be substituted in formula: ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ . ____________ Pipe ____________ Bolt/Shear ____________ Bolt/Bearing ____________ Tables 1-8.24 = Pounds per Hour W Tables 1-3.0000000000000000000 If HPf + HPm is less than 5.000.-lbs. Class (I) (II) (III) ____ Required Capacity = C = ___________ CFH (cubic feet per hour) = TPH x 2000 W CFH = Bushels per Hour × 1. 1-9.: __________________________________ Table 1-2 Date Quote Due:__________________________________ Inquiry No.2. 1-14. 1-15. If larger screw diameter recommended. 1-13. 1-19 Torque = Motor HP0×063. recalculate RPM per instructions above for selected diameter.000.2. 1-5 Equivalent Capacity = Req’d Capacity CF1 CF2 CF3 × × × = __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ CFH Table 1-6 Equivalent Capacity Screw Diameter = ___________________Select Diameter from ‘at max RPM’ column where capacity listed equals or exceeds equivalent capacity Screw RPM = N = ____________ = Table 1-7 Equivalent Capacity Capacity ‘at one RPM’ for diameter selected Check lump size and lump class for diameter selected.025 =_______________ in. × Length L = _______________________ Recommended % Trough Loading:____________________ Materal HP Factor: FM = __________________________ Component Series: ________________________________ Intermediate Hanger Bearing Series: __________________ Notes: __________________________________________ CFH CFH Material: ______________________________________ Capacity:______________________________________ Density: W = ____________________________ Lbs/Ft3 Lumps: Max.0) Total HP = (HPf + HPm) Fo =____________________________ = ____________ e DRIVE: Use ____________ HP motor with AGMA Class (I) (II) (III) Drive at _____________________ Screw RPM Tables 1-18. Screw RPM List Minimum Size: Shaft Dia.Sample Work Sheet Client: ________________________________________ Conveyor No. Tables 1-12. FO = 1. Size ___________ in. select overload factor FO = __________ (If HPf + HPm is greater than 5.: ______________________________________ _______ Dia. 1-17 Fd HPf = ( L )( N )( Fd )( Fb 0000000001.

95%) TEMP _____°F MOISTURE _________________% FED BY: _________________________________________________DISCHARGES TO: ______________________________________________________________ MAT’L OF CONSTR: INSTALLATION: MILD STEEL T304 T316 H. _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CAPACITY: ________________________ (CFH) (LBS/HR) (TPH) (MTPH) (BPH) MATERIAL:__________________________________ DENSITY _____________________________ LBS/FT3 LUMPS: MAX SIZE _____ IN LUMP CLASS: (Lump % of Total. I . GALV.10%.Bucket Elevator Data Sheet CUSTOMER:______________________________________________________________________ DATE QUOTE DUE:_____________________________________ ADDRESS:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CONTACT: _______________________________________________________________________ PHONE # _____________________________________________ BUCKET ELEVATOR: (CTRS/LIFT) ___________________________ DESCR. PLATFORM STANDARD SIZE STANDARD SIZE THICKNESS: HEAD ____________ BOOT ____________ INT. II .25%.D. OTHER NEW REPLACEMENT INDOORS OUTDOORS V-BELTS CHAIN GUARD OTHER DRIVE: (SHAFT MOUNT) (FOOT MOUNTED GEAR REDUCER) (OTHER): _____________________________________________ ___________________MOTOR: TEFC X-PROOF MAC OTHER ___________________BACKSTOP: SHAFT INTEGRAL TO REDUCER ________________________________________________________NOTES: _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ TYPE: CENTRIFUGAL CHAIN CONTINUOUS GRAIN TYPE OTHER___________________ BELT SPECS. ___________________________ TAKEUP: SEALS: HEAD BOOT SCREW GRAVITY STANDARD SPECIAL _____________ VENTS: SIZE ___________ QTY _______ ________________________________________________________PAINT: ________________________________________________________________________ PAGE ___________ OF _____________ PREPARED BY_____________________________________________________________ DATE __________________ . _________________________________________________ Lift Cleanout Door CONVEYORS H-176 DRIVE: _____________ HP AT _____________ RPM REDUCER _________________________ Head SPKTS/SHEAVES _______________ CHAIN/V-BELTS _________________________________ _______________ BACKSTOP ____________________________________________________ INLET: STANDARD SPECIAL ________________________________________________ 45° LADDER: LGTH _____________________________________ SPECIAL __________________________________ SPECIAL ____________________________________ DISCHARGE: Intermediate SAFETY CAGE: STANDARD YES NO HEAD PLATFORM: Boot INT. III .