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19
Nov

ASGCO’s Impact Bed Cradles prevent large rocks, tramp metal, roof bolts and bucket teeth from stopping your operation!

Impact Bed Cradles

ASGCO Impact Bed Cradles

ASGCO’s Impact Bed Cradles (patent pending) are designed to provide protection to your conveyor belt from impact damage. Our modular style impact beds provide protection for the conveyor belt, as well as a tool to help control spillage in the conveyor-loading zone. Our unique, semi-U-shaped design supports the conveyor belt across the entire width – eliminating any unsupported areas between the rollers or bars found on traditional impact idlers or traditional impact beds where typical damage can occur in the idler junction points. The Impact Bed Cradles consist of a heavy-duty frame with removable (Slide-in or Slide-out) sides with center sections for ease of installation and maintenance.

Product Features:

  • Impact Bed Cradles - no pinch point or idler junction area utilizing our 17.5° bars for 35° idler systems; 10° degree bars for 20° idler systems and 22.5° degree bars for 45° idler systems.
  • Absorbs Impact - with heavy-duty steel designed framework and our impact bars that are manufactured with absorbent, 40-durometer rubber that can really take the shock of large material.
  • Modular Design - cradles can be manufactured in 2′ (600mm), 3’ (900mm), 4′ (1200mm) or 5′ (1500mm) long, depending upon the size of your material impact area.

Available in either Standard duty (1,000 ft/lbs of impact) or Mine duty (2,000 ft/lbs of impact).

24
Mar
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Implementing a plan for proper Load Zone operation

Today’s aggregate industry is filled with challenges. Foremost, to produce enough aggregate for cement, asphalt and other products for homes, businesses, schools, hospitals, and infrastructures. Also, operators must address environmental responsibility concerns that dictate the use of best practices to protect both natural resources and future generations of citizens.
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