Quarry Duty Impact Beds

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Efficient and Safe Protection for the Load Zone

ASGCO®’s Quarry Duty Impact Cradle Beds are designed to offer an efficient and safe means of protecting the conveyor belt and helping to eliminate spillage / dust in the load zone. While the specification and installation of the impact beds is simple, the robust design provides the rugged durability needed for quarries and today’s demanding applications.

 
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Protects the Conveyor Belt – The robust design for aggregate
and quarry operations is able to take the impact of falling
materials while maintaining an effective seal of the skirtboards.

Efficient and Safe – Safe and easy installation and service of
the impact beds is a priority in any operation.

Affordable Options – Available is both Light Duty (up to 250 lb.-ft.)
and Standard Duty (between 250- 750 lb.-ft.) in either 4′ or 5′ long beds.

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Product Specifications and Guidelines
  • Maximum Belt Speed – 800 FPM (4M/sec)
  • Max Temperature Rating – -40 F to 180 F (-40 C to 82 C)
  • Impact Bar Material – UMHW Polyurethane, Rubber Cushion
    and aluminum extrusion
  • Available for Belt Widths – 24” to 48” (600 to 1200mm)
  • Impact Energy – Max Lump Weight (lb) x Drop Height (ft.)
    Up to 250 lb-ft for QDLD and 250 to 750 lb-ft. for QDSD
  • Applications – Aggregate Quarries, Cement, Wood Processing,
    Recycling and Mineral (Phosphate, Potash, Salt, Frac Sand) Mining
 
Impact Bed Dimensions

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Standard Impact Replacement Parts

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How to spec the correct impact bed for
your conveyor transfer point

Impact Energy
  • Lump Weight (w)  ______
  • Drop Height (h) x  ______
  • Total = lb-ft  __________