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conveyor belt repair

Discussion in 'Mills' started by sweepers, Jul 11, 2010.

  1. milling_drum

    milling_drum Senior Member

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    Thanks for the advice Melvin but....With an asphalt mill its almost always left to the crew to repair ASAP. There isn't time to call for repairs.
     
  2. jack Chang

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    for repairing the tears and holes of conveyor belt.
    the best method is use extruder gun and repair patch.
    firstly, cleaning and buffing the rubber surface,
    then use extruder gun,filling rubber compround ,extruding rubber to fill in the hole.
    at the buttom and the surface of the belt, need to bond two pieces of rubber patch to enhance the effects.

    all of our service team do that as the above method.
    if for detail and photo. you can visit the web www.chinabinder.com
     
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    milling_drum Senior Member

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    Wow, getting all that done with a paving crew on your @ss would be a treat...
     
  4. jack Chang

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    China conveyor belt repair

    i want to insert images , but i don't know how to do, i cann't find from where to insert images . so insert a web link:http://www.chinabinder.com/service/76.html
     
  5. milling_drum

    milling_drum Senior Member

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    In viewing that link, it looks like a good system for crushers and gravel mining operations where long exposed conveyor systems are in use. It would not be of much use too a milling machine.

    Rubber thats been heated and repaired may last for a minute but, (in my opinion) the section that failed would eventually have to be completely removed and replaced being held together with traditional stitch style belt repairs.
     
  6. Cedron5jesus

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    Ya its true this is a very hard task for any one but this person is awesome.
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  7. Toegrinder

    Toegrinder Well-Known Member

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    Umm...ok???
     
  8. milling_drum

    milling_drum Senior Member

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    Well its nice to see somebody that knows just how much fun belt repairs are....

    Hey Cedron5jesus, since you are a chef, whip me up a plate of brand new conveyor belt for a CMI PR1050. Much appreciated and thank you:)

    Thats the upper and lower conveyor if you don't mind, and please put them on too since you are indeed so awesome.
     
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    Cedron5jesus is just another human spammer. In the future please report these posts as spam so a mod can remove them.
    Thanks.
     
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    milling_drum Senior Member

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    Well dang, I thought we had a toy to play with. Honestly had no idea that was a spammer.
     
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