Belt Slicer- A 36 Recycling Rubber Technology
The A36 BELT SLICER
represent a revolutionary new recycling technique for used steel
cord and fabric reinforced conveyor belts.
It employs the use of an
oscillating blade to slice through the top or bottom cover of the
conveyor belt. This produces sheet of rubber of various thicknesses
which can be used as matting or as a raw material for producing
mudflaps, flooring and other products.
The A36 BELT SLICER can
likewise be use to recondition a heavy belt for use on smaller
systems by reducing its thickness, thus allowing it to rotate around
smaller pulleys more easily.
In the case of steel
cord belts, the reinforce cord can be completely cut out of the
belt, or removed by a secondary process to leave a grooved surfaced
ideal for matting and other applications.
Conveyor belts can be
reconditioned using the belt slicer by cutting away the worn
sections of a conveyor belt in preparation for recovering, and as an
alternative to time consuming and expensive buffing techniques.
Designed and built in
Australia, the A36 Belt Slicer offers a whole new technology and set
of options for recycling and reprocessing used conveyor belts which
was previously unavailable. It is pateneted worlwide and helping to
make rubber environmentally friendly by turning a waste product into
a lucrative resource.