Steel Conveyor Roller

5 Tips For Getting The Best Performance From Our Steel Conveyor Roller

A steel conveyor roller is a wonderful piece of equipment that provides us with no shortage of awesome benefits. In order to continue to get the most out of our steel conveyor roller, we must first be willing to take the time to properly maintain it. Ensuring as long of a life as possible for our conveyor belt is important.

That's why we have prepared a list of the following tips for getting the most out of our steel conveyor roller. Be sure to read on and find out everything that there is to know about keeping the roller in tip top shape.

1) Make Sure That The Roller Is Used Properly

All rollers cannot be used for all applications and that is why we need to take the time to learn more about the actual applications that ours will be used for. For instance, a roller that is going to be used for a certain job is typically crafted with that specific task in mind. Take the time to consider the type of item that is going to be conveyed and the size/speed of the load before making a final decision.

2) Ensure Proper Tension Levels

The tension levels that the belt experiences must be monitored immediately. One of the main reasons that these belts will experience failures is because they are having far too much tension placed on them. This type of wear and tear is what causes belts to fail before they are supposed to. Various parts of the conveyor wear out ahead of schedule and this leaves us with problems that we cannot readily fix.

3) Monitor The Tracking

Another reason for premature belt failure is a lack of monitoring. Our monitoring needs to be focused on the tracking especially. Once a conveyor is modified in any way, we must make the proper adjustments to the tracking in order to make sure that we are receiving the best possible performance. If the right specifications are not made in this regard, the roller is not going to live up to our expectations.

4) Investigate The Conveyor Itself

If the conveyor itself is in a state of disrepair, this will cause any number of problems once the actual rollers are being utilized. Are all of the rollers turning properly? Are they still in perfect sync? The condition of the conveyor will always have a strong effect on our rollers and if this is something that we are not going to take the time to consider, we are not going to be able to receive top notch performance from the item.

5) Proper Storage

Let's say that the rollers in question are not actually in use. The manner in which we store them goes a long way towards ensuring their long term viability. It is not uncommon for companies to store these types of items in a closet that is kept far away from the public eye and the contaminants that are circulating in the air. Storing a roller properly can often make or break its performance level whether we realize it or not.

 

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