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Pulley Reconditioning vs Pulley Replacement

Pulley Reconditioning vs Replacement DYNA Engineering

Pulleys are a heavy duty, consistently running piece of machinery designed to last. But after many years of use, wear and tear eventually occurs and the pulley can become worn and possibly even damaged. The decision then is to either recondition or refurbish the pulley, or completely replace the pulley altogether. We discuss the advantages …

Pulley Lagging – What Are My Options?

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What is Pulley Lagging?   Pulley lagging is the layer of material which is bonded to the shell of a conveyor pulley. Its function is to protect the shell from damage, increase friction with the conveyor belt and dispense water off the pulley. There are several different types of pulley lagging, such as plain rubber, …

4 Things You Need to Know Before Selecting Your Next Pulley Lagging

4 Things You Need to Know Before Selecting Your Next Pulley Lagging

When it comes to pulley lagging, the range of products and specifications are incredibly diverse. This is to reflect the great diversity in conditions present at mining operations all over the world. Having the correct lagging on your pulley ensures it operates efficiently and lasts for a longer period of time. Here are four key …

Pulley Reconditioning

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DYNA Engineering can recondition used pulleys to give an old pulley new life. Reconditioning is recommended when the shell and shaft are in good condition but the bearings, locking assembly, or lagging may be worn. Services include: Crack testing of the shell and shaft Bearing and locking assembly replacement Shell re-lagging   DYNA Engineering provides …

Pulley Lagging

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Pulley shells are commonly lagged to protect the pulley face from wear and provide better traction to the belt. Different lagging materials can be used including rubber, ceramic inlaid rubber and direct bonded ceramic and are typically selected in relation to the operating conditions, life requirements and economics. Further, grooves or patterns are typically applied …