KLEEMANN conveyor belts


Conveyor belts for KLEEMANN crushing and screening plants

KLEEMANN offers conveyor belts for its crushing and screening plants in a variety of types and versions. Operators and users should select the options they need for their particular applications.

Conveyor belts are an elementary component of crushing and screening plants. Their performance strongly influences the overall performance of the plant. Due to their intended function, conveyor belts are constantly subjected to extreme stresses caused by the rock being conveyed. This is another reason why operators and users of KLEEMANN plants have such a wide range of types and versions to choose from. Whether endless, open or ZIP CLIP, with a smooth surface, a profiled surface, cleated or cleated with reinforcement – all KLEEMANN conveyor belts serve the same purpose: ensuring maximum productivity and plant utilisation rates.

General

High quality, extensive choice

Kleemann conveyor belts are constructed with multiple layers to cope with the extreme demands of materials processing. The topmost layer is designed as a large-dimensioned rubber cover plate. This is because the carrying side comes into direct contact with the material and is therefore subjected to particularly high wear.

Beneath this rubber cover plate, the belt is reinforced by woven fabric or steel cord inlays to ensure the necessary stability, impact-resistance and resistance to the tensile forces that are generated during use. An additional layer of rubber between the fabric inlays protects them against mechanical wear and the effects of chemicals on the conveyor belt. The bottom layer of the conveyor belt consists of a rubber plate on the running side. This ensures the smooth running of the belt on the support rollers.


The basic construction of Kleemann conveyor belts:

Kleemann conveyor belts are fabricated in several layers. Their resilience is ensured by layers of solid rubber and inlaid, woven fabric reinforcement.

Conveyor belt systems

Kleemann offers three different conveyor belt systems that essentially differ in the ways they are assembled and disassembled All three systems are also available in a range of versions. Here, operators and users take the respective application into consideration and assure maximum productivity.


Endless conveyor belts

  • are supplied with KLEEMANN plants on delivery and are mounted as the standard option in the production process.
  • are installed on the conveyor in a closed state.
  • can only be changed on-site with considerable time and effort, as the conveyor has to be dismantled.
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Open conveyor belts

  • can be changed on the spot at the plant in the event of tears or damage to the belt.
  • the conveyor belt has to be closed by vulcanisation, which can only be carried out by a third-party contractor.
  • must cure for several hours before the vulcanised section can be subjected to loading again.
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ZIP CLIP conveyor belts

  • create an endless connection through ZIP CLIP, a robust and extremely reliable connection.
  • enable quick and easy belt replacement without the need for a third-party contractor.
  • no curing-time delays, as is the case with vulcanisation.
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The right surface character for every application

All three conveyor belt systems are available in a variety of types and versions, which allow plant operators and users to make exactly the right choice for their particular application and assure maximum productivity.

  • Smooth surfaces
    Conveyor belts with smooth surfaces have no profile or cleats and can be used in all situations where the simple transportation of material is sufficient. This means that the character of the material conveyed is such that it will not roll back and cause undesirable accumulations of material or blockages.
    Typical examples of smooth conveyor belts are, for example, the feed conveyors of KLEEMANN screening plants and the crusher discharge conveyors and side discharge conveyors of crushing plants.
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  • Profiled surface (chevron belts)
    Chevron conveyor belts are used in situations where there is a risk of the material being processed rolling back (for instance through the gradient of the belt). To prevent this occurring, the surface of the belt features a chevron profile.
    Typical uses of this type of belt are as a feed conveyor on screening plants and as side discharge conveyors for a variety of crushing and screening plants.
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  • Cleated surfaces
    Cleated conveyor belts are generally used on magnetic separators. The cleats on the discharge the pieces of metal attracted by the magnet to the side.
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  • Cleated surface with wear inlays
    A reinforced version of the cleated surface: Cleated belts with wear inlays are also used on magnetic separators. Their additional wear inlays are inserted between the cleats and increase the conveyor belt’s resistance to wear. This version is typically used when the material being processed contains a large proportion of sharp-edged pieces of metal.
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ZIP CLIP


The highlights of ZIP CLIP conveyor belts

  • Repairs can begin right away
  • There is no need to dismantle the entire belt conveyor (as in the case of endless belts)
  • There are no delays due to waiting for the vulcanised joint to cure (as in the case of open belts)
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The costly and time-consuming replacement of defective or worn conveyor belts in crushing and screening plants is now a thing of the past. Thanks to ZIP CLIP replacement belts, belt changes can now be carried out quickly and efficiently. Once the belt is installed and tensioned, the machine is immediately ready to go again and work can continue.


Your benefits with ZIP CLIP replacement belts:

  • You can react immediately when the installed belt tears
  • Simple, straightforward belt replacement – no need to call in a third party contractor
  • No delays due to waiting for a repaired belt to cure/dry, as is the case with vulcanisation
  • The machine is back in operation as soon as possible
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Scope of delivery includes a connection pin and spare pin as well as two installation aids. An installation tool (crank) is optionally available

Connector made of wear-resistant, chrome-steel

Recommended use: maintenance, repair or replacement of conveyor belts

Use a belt scraper

Time for a change: wear after 500 operating hours