Repeat this for each of the idler assemblies that are to be removed.
The disassembly of the conveyor drive and drive guard Is In Section 3-4-3.
Remove the pillow blocks on the drive shaft by following the bearing manufacturers instructions In Section 3-3-13.
Remove the conveyor side wear plates by removing the nuts and washers that hold them in place on the outside
of the conveyor body. The bolts can be knocked out (into the conveyor) and the side plate can be removed
Repeat this for each of the side wear plates
The slat conveyor floor Is installed in four sections and the joints welded to provide a continuous surface Both
ends are also welded to hold the floor to the body To remove the complete floor cut the welds at both ends Locate
the floor joints and cut the welds holding the two sections together. The sections of floor may be lifted out by
welding a "D" lug to the floor section and lifting it out with a crane or hoist
Clean all components thoroughly.
Inspect the inlet grate for wear and damage to the bars. Repair or replace as necessary
Inspect the slats Replace damaged and bent slats.
Inspect the bolts holding the slats to the chain Replace any loose bolts.
Inspect the chain for wear. The rollers and side bars should be inspected closely. The complete chain should be
replaced if a section of it is worn.
Inspect the sprockets. If it Is necessary to replace one, replace both sprockets on that shaft. It is recommended
that when replacing the sprockets, the chain should be replaced. The sprocket life should exceed the chain unless
the conveyor has operated for an extended period of time with the chain not adjusted properly.
Check the fasteners holding the sprocket segments and the hub sections. If any of these fasteners are loose,
Inspect all bearing for wear and replace if necessary Replace the seals.
Inspect the take up rods Replace if the threads are damaged