Laser Alignment Services

ASGCO® Laser Alignment Services improves the overall conveyor performance using state-of-the art laser equipment and digital processors. ASGCO® technicians can accurately analyze the alignment of all the components and structure of the conveyor for better conveyor efficiency.

Our Laser Alignment services improve overall conveyor performance using state-of-the-art laser equipment and digital processors.

Improve Overall Conveyor Performance

  • Improves Conveyor Efficiency – by extending belt life and components, improving dust control, and reduced power consumption.
  • Provides Accurate Analysis – of all conveyor pulleys, drives, take-ups, components and structure.
  • Precise Corrections – are identified on a detailed conveyor status report via a computer printout on site after the analysis.
  • Total Satisfaction Guaranteed (TSG) – of our laser alignment and conveyor services is guaranteed each and every time.


ASGCO® is offering a complete conveyor laser alignment service for industrial customers in your areas. Available exclusively through ASGCO® Distributors, this technology is highly accurate (.003″ at 500 ft).

Often, customers will seek a laser survey to solve a conveyor belt tracking problem but later realize the other benefits of having a properly aligned system.

Benefits Include:

  • Increased pulley lagging life
  • Improved system performance
  • Extended belt and splice life
  • Greater bearing life
  • Reduced power consumption
  • …And the most important, less costly downtime!


The data is recorded and the condition of the components and belt are observed and a report is written. The report documents the condition of the system and makes recommendations for the correction of the problems.

Laser Alignment identifies the areas of the conveyor that are responsible for:

  • Belt mis-tracking
  • Abnormal or premature pulley lagging wear
  • Premature bearing failure
  • Pulley end disc failure
  • Off-center loading issues
  • Material spillage
  • Idler, frame chute damage
  • Excessive motor current draw


Step 1:

Locate the centerline, then off-set from the conveyor to one or both sides and establish a primary plane. Monuments are then placed so that the centerline can be reestablished anytime in the future.


Step 2:

Establish secondary planes. The secondary planes are vertical and perpendicular to the primary plane.


Step 3:

Establish level planes. The level planes are horizontal and perpendicular to the primary and secondary planes. Measurements from the various planes allow us to determine alignment of stringers, pulleys and idlers, to insure optimized system performance.

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