Elevator Buckets | Western Belting Ltd

By: Western Belting & Hose  09-12-2011

When we manufacture elevator belts, we use Tapco buckets and fasteners. If you need the best bucket, we can supply you with the best quality bucket in the market. Not only does Tapco make the best bucket, but they also sell the best quality fasteners for their buckets. So, whether you need two replacement buckets or thousands of buckets for a new belt, we can supply everything you need.

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Comet Lacing | Western Belting Ltd

This feature guarantees a stronger hold on the belt than would otherwise be possible and leads to increased tensile strength in the finished splice. The profile of the comet fasteners has been designed to produce the unique “Wedge-Action” clench found in no other hook type mechanical fasteners. It is designed to accept interchangeable combs and jaw plates for inserting the full range of comet fasteners.


Belting Services | Western Belting Ltd

If this doesn’t work we then proceed to eliminate all the other possibilities such as pulleys not being aligned, skirting not in proper condition or alignment, crowns, cleaners and guidlers. If you have small diameter pulleys, or need to quickly replace a belt on a system, then the other solution is to lace the belt on both ends and join it together with a lacing pin.


Heavy Belting | Western Belting Ltd

We stock all types of heavy duty belting from USFLEX™, Slider Back, Rubber Plied Belting, PVC, Log Handler, Slowdown, Grain Belt, and Elevator Belt just to name a few. Western Belting has a large assortment of heavy duty belting in stock at each of our four locations. Western Belting has splice materials in stock - from vulcanized splicing to mechanical fasteners.


Lagging Cement | Western Belting Ltd

After the pulley has been prepared, either by sand blasting or grinding, apply Pang rubber to metal primer. Use the Pangofol 992F cement with hardener for the best bond on almost all types of lagging. To get the best bond on your lagging, use the best combination of cements and primers. Higher threshold limit values than for chlorinated hydrocarbons.