HVCL

Typical applications: Critical for drive pulley applications.

Features and benefits: This product has been specifically developed and tested to greatly improve the durability and strength of the bonding of the Lagging to the Pulley Shell and the Ceramic Tiles to Rubber Backing Panel. The end result is a product that achieves an exceptional balance between durability, drive traction, abrasion resistance and cushioning.


Hot Vulcanised Ceramic
Polyurethane

Typical applications: Small diameters and port applications.

Features and benefits: Hard wearing for demanding conditions and grooved for water dispersion. FRAS or natural, one piece moulded to shell.


Polyurethane
CN Filler (Chloroprene bonding)

Typical applications: Corrosive and damp applications.

Features and benefits: Higher bond strength when coupled with rubber or ceramic lagging, seals pulley shell to prevent moisture coming in contact with the shell face


CN Filler
Rubber

Typical applications: LD, MD, HD pulleys, drive and non-drive pulleys.

Features and benefits: Cost-effective, dewatering, FRAS or natural, improved belt grip, various thickness tailored to application (10-30mm). Hot Vulcanised available upon request.


Hot Vulcanised Rubber – cold/hot
Rubber Back Ceramic Lagging

Typical applications: Drive pulleys, MD and HD pulleys.

Features and benefits: Dimpled (for drive pulleys) and smooth (for non-drive applications), reduces LTU tension requirements through better power transmission, increases pulley life, improved belt grip.


Ceramic
Direct Bond Ceramic (Available for improved adhesion)

Typical applications: Drive pulleys, Non-Drive, MD and HD pulleys.

Features and benefits: Low friction on non-drives, increase friction coefficient on drive pulleys, grouted tiles decrease the risk of ingress and corrosion, longer service life, superior bonding strength, proven application.

*FRAS = Fire retardant antistatic (for underground application)


DB Ceramic