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Conveyor Chain – Matched Strands Technical Report, TR2016-01 

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CONVEYOR BULK BELT ACCESSORIES DOWNLOADS

  • Conveyor Bulk Belt Accessories, “CEMA No. 576-2013, CLASSIFICATION OF APPLICATIONS FOR BULK MATERIAL CONVEYOR BELT CLEANING GUIDE”  - Conveyor belt cleaners are used to remove fugitive material, otherwise known as carryback, from the return side of the conveyor belt after the bulk material has been discharged.  Ideally, this will be…………….(PDF)

CONVEYOR CHAIN FACT SHEET DOWNLOADS*

  • CONVEYOR CHAIN FACT SHEET 2007-01, “CRITICAL PIN-REDUCING FATIGUE FAILURES”  - Fatigue is one of the most common causes of premature pin failures.  Although all parts of a chain are essential, scarcely any part has as much effect or…………….(PDF)
  • CONVEYOR CHAIN FACT SHEET 2007-02, “ENGINEERING CLASS AND ROLLER  CHAINS – There is a difference” - For most of us, our initial recognition of chain came with our first bicycle.  Here we witnessed the application of a chain and sprocket to transfer power from our legs through a simple mechanism to move the bicycle forward.  This basic function…(PDF)
  • CONVEYOR CHAIN FACT SHEET 2007-03, “COMMON SENSE FACTS ABOUT CHAIN DESIGN, MAINTENANCE, AND USES - Chain maintenance is critical to prolonging chain life in drive and conveying applications.  It sounds obvious yet the lack of proper preventative maintenance is the leading cause of premature chain wear.  The facts are that by spending….(PDF)
*See Technical Reports below for this category

SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION DOWNLOADS*

  • ANSI/CEMA 350 Standard “Classes of Enclosures” Excerpt - SCREW CONVEYOR ENCLOSURE CLASSES AND CONTINUOUS WELD FINISHES The terms “dust-tight”, “semi-dust-tight”, “weather-proof”, are used in specifications relating to conveyor enclosure.  These are extremely broad terms and subject…… (PDF)
  • CEMA NO. 351-2007 – “VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE (VFD) SELECTION FOR SCREW FEEDERS” - Procedures for calculating demand horsepower for screw feeders and for determining inverter size for screw feeders….(PDF)
  • SC 2004-01, Warning and Safety Reminders for:  SCREW, DRAG, AND BUCKET ELEVATORS (PDF)

*See Technical Reports below for this category

CEMA SAFETY COMMITTEE, UNIT/BULK HANDLING 

SAFETY BEST PRACTICE DOWNLOADS

  • CEMA Safety Best Practice 001 - DESIGN AND SAFETY APPLICATION OF CONVEYOR CROSSOVERS FOR UNIT HANDLING CONVEYORS  (PDF)
  • CEMA Safety Best Practice 002 - E-STOP APPLICATION GUIDE FOR UNIT AND BULK BELT CONVEYORS (PDF)
  • CEMA Safety Best Practice 003 - DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF SPILL GUARDING FOR UNIT HANDLING CONVEYORS (PDF)
  • CEMA Safety Best Practice 004 - SUPPLEMENTAL GUARDING FOR UNIT HANDLING CONVEYORS (PDF)

CEMA SAFETY / TECHNICAL INFORMATION

  • NOW AVAILABLE — CEMA Technical Report 2016-01, Matched Strands-ChainsCONVEYOR CHAIN – MATCHED STRANDS (PDF)
  • CEMA Technical Report 2015-02, Poly-V - CONVEYOR POLY-V BELT FACT SHEET  (PDF)
  • CEMA Technical Report 2015-01, Risk Assessment  - RECOMMENDED CEMA RISK ASSESSMENT PROCESS (PDF)
  • CEMA Technical Report 2014-01-Screw Conveyors - DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HIGH-TEMPERATURE SCREW CONVEYOR APPLICATIONS” (PDF)
  • CEMA Technical Report, 2007-01 - NOISE CONSIDERATIONS FOR CONVEYOR SYSTEM DESIGN AND APPLICATION  (PDF)
  • SC 2004-01, Warning and Safety Reminders for:  SCREW, DRAG, AND BUCKET ELEVATORS (PDF)


 
 

 

 

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