sag is less than 1", the chain is too tight. If the sag is greater than 1.5", the chain is too loose.
Install the conveyor rear gate and the two hinge pins that hold it In place.
Install the slat conveyor back panel and the six fasteners that hold It In place.
Bolt the inlet grate into place.
Close the conveyor top doors and fasten.
Using slings and a crane, lift the slat conveyor into position on the chassis. See Figure 3-13.
Install the conveyor pivot shaft
Connect the air line.
Lower the drive motor power cable from the stairs and re-install the clamps holding it to the chassis Wrap the
power cable onto the transport brackets.
Re-connect the wiring for the limit switches following the diagram In Section 3-4-13.
Inspect the complete assembly to confirm that all components have been properly assembled.
Slat Conveyor Drive
Removal, Repair and Replacement See figures 3-15 and 3-16.
This procedure assumes a complete removal, repair and replacement of this component. A partial disassembly repair and
replacement Is possible. Read this complete procedure prior to beginning Follow those procedures required to remove the
components requiring repair or replacement Close Inspection of components prior to their removal or disassembly may
eliminate unnecessary work.
The drive may be repaired with the conveyor in the operating position or in the transport position. If major components In
the drive require repair or replacement a crane will be necessary to remove them to ground level if the work Is carried on
while the surge bin is in the operating position.
Disconnect and lock out the breaker for the slat conveyor drive motor.