block bearing onto the shaft and bolt into place.
Verify the pulley is square to the conveyor body. Center the
pulley and shaft between the bearings and lock the collars on the pillow block bearings.
Install the other bend pulley. Follow the procedure above.
Assemble the take up pulley and shaft onto the take up frame by installing the pillow block bearings onto the shaft
and bolting them to the frame. Center the pulley between the bearings and tighten the lock collars.
Lift the take up frame, pulley and weight into place with a hoist or crane. Pin the hinge point .
Use a sling and hoist to lift the belt scale assembly onto the conveyor frame. Bolt it back in place with the
fasteners. Route the load cell cable back to the junction box. Fasten all the cable clips to prevent the cable from
rubbing the frame or belt during operations. Insert the cable into the junction box and reconnect the wires to the
correct terminals following the markings made at disassembly.
Re-install the return idlers and the clips that hold them in place. Tighten the fasteners on the clips.
Re-install the trough rolls into the frames. Place the spring clips over the ends of the shafts.
Install the idler sets back onto the conveyor. The 20 degree sets (six) go under the screen with one being installed
next to the head pulley. The 35 degree sets mount on the rest of the conveyor.
Remove the padlocks from the breakers and turn breakers on.
The conveyor belt is installed onto the conveyor and the two ends are vulcanized together at the factory. Equipment
designed for this particular application is used for this purpose. Unless equipment of this nature is available locally, the
belt will have to be repaired or replaced using a mechanical clip designed to hold the ends of the belt together.
Disconnect and lock out the breakers for the screen drive motor and the conveyor motor.
Inspect the belt edges for damage. Tears or rips in the belt will usually start at the edge and run in towards the
center of the belt.