PTFE conveyors are woven with imported glass fibers, plain weave, twill, satin weave, or other weaving methods to form a glass fiber cloth substrate. They are then repeatedly impregnated and coated with PTFE resin through a unique process technology to produce PTFE high-temperature resistant cloth conveyor belts of various thicknesses.
Causes of runaway PTFE conveyor belts:
1 The PTFE conveyor belt is stretched and needs to be tensioned.
2. The tension on both sides of the PTFE conveyor belt is not balanced and needs to be re-adjusted. Take care that the belt is only jogged when adjusting and observe the adjustment effect in time to prevent the belt sides from being squeezed on the frame and damage to the belt edges and belt jamming. If the belt edges are jammed, loosen the tension entirely and bring the belt to the middle position manually.
3 The belt clip on the PTFE conveyor belt is loose or has fallen off and needs to be replaced.
4. The side brackets for the V-rollers have been dislodged by accidental impact and need to be re-adjusted. It is not possible with conveyors with fixed brackets, but the fixed brackets do not allow localized belt runout correction.
5. A severe accidental impact has deformed the frame. It is not easy to occur, and if it does, the belt needs to be re-adjusted as a whole.
6. PTFE conveyors are badly worn and need to be replaced.
In order to prevent the belt from running off the track, conveyors with guide strips can be customized by Jiangsu Mutiflon Hi-Tech Co., Ltd. The size, material, and position of the guide strips need to be confirmed when ordering the belt.