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The effects of a malfunctioning conveyor belt on your system as a whole are incalculable. Whole operations may go behind schedule, costing money and decreasing productivity.
You must maintain a tight check on the specific operations of your conveyor belts to avoid this from happening. You can prevent many problems from becoming bigger, more expensive problems to solve by keeping a close eye on and checking up on your belts.
Despite your best efforts, faults still happen, and ultimately components and machinery fail. When this inevitably occurs, it's critical to be prepared to address issues as they develop.
You must know how to do conveyor belt maintenance as well as some of the more typical conveyor belt issues and how to resolve them. With the use of this knowledge, you can keep your conveyor belts in good working order and prevent avoidable problems from leading to their breakdown.
While it is difficult to list every undesirable circumstance you will ever experience with your conveyor belt, the following is a summary of some of the issues you are most likely to experience, along with their most likely effects.
When there is a tracking issue with a conveyor belt, this problem arises. To ensure the efficient operation and output of your system, tracking is the act of controlling and positioning the belt along the proper route. So when something goes wrong on this track, it is mistracking. The majority of the time, this indicates that the belt has moved to one side or the other, throwing off the alignment of the entire system.
For conveyor belts to function properly, the tension must be precisely balanced. Things start to go wrong, and the belt might slip if there is either too much or too little strain. In particular, there won't be enough tension to prevent the belt from slipping if the head pulley malfunctions or merely gets too worn out.
This lack of tension can cause the belt to stretch and work more than necessary, as well as cause loud, grating sounds, screeching, and the aforementioned slippage. Such an issue will need time-consuming maintenance to be fixed. Check all conveyor belt components often to make sure there isn't excessive wear and tear on them to avoid this issue.
Conveyor belts are often made of steel or other metallic materials. This structure is advantageous since it ensures that the components will typically be strong and long-lasting. However, it also implies that the conveyor belt's rollers have the unpleasant propensity to grow sharp edges when they seize up.
You should prepare for a lengthy downtime while the system is fixed if the issue is serious enough to cause the entire system to malfunction and shut down. To avoid this situation, constantly inspect the rollers.
Any conveyor belt system's main objective is to move objects swiftly from one place to another, frequently via a convoluted conveyor system. Therefore, it stands to reason that when this efficient transit is hampered, the entire system ceases to function.
It's far too simple for a shipment to be intercepted. This results in the object behind the previous one being captured, and the pileup just continues to grow from there. It may cause the system as a whole to get backed up and jammed.