Ceramic lagging is commonly used for harsh environments where long service life and the use of durable materials on conveyor components are a necessity. There are two types of ceramic lagging options:
Dimple Ceramic Lagging – The dimples in this type of lagging adds significantly more friction and grip compared to other materials. The dimples press into the belt, assisting in driving the conveyor efficiently. The amount of ceramic coverage selected will depend on the amount of friction and grip required for your application.
Smooth Ceramic Lagging is typically used with non-drive pulleys and offers a middle ground between dimple ceramic lagging and rubber lagging.
- Excellent bonding strength from rubber to tiles
- Back of the tile, the grooves are cut to further improve tile bonding and eliminates tile popping out.
- Very high Bond strength of CN layer. All test results are above 12N/mm (30+ Kg/inch).
- High Tile quality with specified tile specs
- Square protrusions in the ends avoids tracking issues.
- Round knobs are gentle to the belt compared to harsh diamond shaped tiles knobs.
- Radius grooves is an added advantage (Allows small Pulley diameter and has a self-cleaning effect)
- Requires lesser number of sheets cover existing Pulley face width.
- 10m Roll of 500mm width is advantageous, as there is minimal wastage.
- The sheets available in the market are less than 200mm wide.
- Standard thickness x width is 15mm x 500mm.
- The maximum length for pieces is 2560mm.
- The roll length is 10m or even longer as per the client’s requirements.
|Technical Specification-Ceramic tiles
|60+/-5 Shore A
|Minimum 2,447 Kg/cm2
|Minimum 17.5 Mpa
|Minimum 19,884 Kg/cm2
|Maximum 140 mm3
|-30°C to +60°C
|Co-efficient of Friction
|Bare Steel Pulley