Tripslinger and Gravity Tripper

Tripslinger and Gravity Tripper
Tripslinger
& Gravity Tripper
OWNER'S MANUAL
19018100 12-98
Table of Contents
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover
Operator Qualifications / Sign Off Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
General Safety Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Operation, Maintenance, & Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Belt Tension & Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Belt Wrap Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Tripslinger Trajectory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Repair Parts:
4' x 16" Self-Powered Tripslinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
6' x 16" Self-Powered Tripslinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
6' x 24" Self-Powered Tripslinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Gravity Tripper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Gravity Tripper - Low Profile Adjustable 16" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Gravity Tripper - Low Profile Adjustable 24" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Assembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-21
Warranty
CrustBuster/Speed King, Inc. of Dodge City, Kansas, warrants consumer
products, so far as the same is of our own manufacture, against defects in
material and workmanship under normal and reasonable use for a period of one
(1) year after date of delivery to the original purchaser. Our obligation under this
warranty is limited, however, to furnishing a replacement part for a defective
part, or at our option to repair the defective parts without charge, either method
F.O.B. our works, provided the consumer gives CrustBuster/Speed King,Inc.
written notice within ten (10) days after said part appears to be defective and
affords CrustBuster/Speed King,Inc. an opportunity to inspect. Unless
otherwise expressly agreed to by CrustBuster/Speed King,Inc., the consumer
shall bear the expense of installation.
CrustBuster/Speed King, Inc. will not be liable for consequential damages where
the loss is commercial, including but not limited to loss of profit, delays or
expenses.
This warranty sets forth the extent of our liability. The foregoing is in lieu of all
other warranties, expressed or implied, including any warranties that extend
beyond the description of the product.
Operator Qualifications
Operation of this Tripslinger shall be limited to competent and experienced persons. In addition,
anyone who will operate or work around Tripslinger must use good common sense. In order to be
qualified, he or she must also know and meet all other requirements, such as:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Some regulations specify that no one under the age of 16 may operate power machinery.
It is your responsibility to know what these regulations are in your area or situation.
Current OSHA regulations state in part: "At the time of initial assignment and at least
annually thereafter the employer shall instruct EVERY employee in the safe operation of
servicing of all equipment with which the employer is, or will be involved."
Unqualified persons are to STAY OUT of the work area.
A person who has not read and understood all operating and safety instructions is not
qualified to operate the machinery.
FAILURE TO READ THIS TRIPSLINGER MANUAL AND ITS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IS A MISUSE OF THE EQUIPMENT.
Sign Off Sheet
As a requirement of OSHA, it is necessary for the employer to train the employee in the safe operation
and safety procedures with this Tripslinger. We include this sign off sheet for your convenience and
personal record keeping.
DATE
EMPLOYER
EMPLOYER'S SIGNATURE
1
BE ALERT!
Your Safety is involved.
General Safety Statement
WATCH FOR THIS SYMBOL. IT POINTS OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY
BECOME ALERT!"
PRECAUTIONS. IT MEANS "ATTENTION
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
It is your responsibility as an owner, operator, or supervisor to know and instruct everyone using this
Tripslinger at the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter, of the proper operation,
precautions, and work hazards which exist in the operation of this Tripslinger in accordance with OSHA
Regulations.
Safety Is No Accident
The following safety instructions, combined with common sense, will save your equipment from
needless damage and the operator from unnecessary exposure to personal hazard. Pay special
attention to the caution notes in the text. Review this manual at least once each year with new and/or
experienced operators.
1. Read and understand the operator's manual before operating this Tripslinger.
Failure to do so is considered a misuse of the equipment.
2. Make sure Tripslinger is secure before operating.
3. Always keep children away from Tripslinger when operating.
4. The motor controls and reset button must be located so that the operator has a full
view of the entire operation.
5. During regular operation of the Tripslinger, one person should be in a position to
monitor the operation. A second person should always be nearby to shutdown the
Tripslinger in case of an emergency.
6. Make sure everyone that is not directly involved with the operation is out of the work
area before beginning the operation.
7. Keep the work area clear of grease, oil, water, and other objects that could cause
a slip or a fall.
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8. Make sure all safety devices, shields, and guards are in place and are functional
before beginning the operation.
9. Shut off power to adjust, service, or clean the Tripslinger.
10. Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from moving parts. It is a good idea to remove
all jewelry before starting the operation.
11. Visually inspect the Tripslinger periodically during operation for signs of excessive
vibration, loose fasteners, and unusual noises.
Electric Safety
1. Electric motors and controls should be wired by a qualified electrician and meet all
standards set by Federal, State, and Local Electrical Codes.
2. Make certain electric motors are grounded.
3. A magnetic starter should be used to protect your motor.
4. Your motor must have a manual reset button.
5. Electrical power must be disconnected before resetting your motor.
6. A main power disconnect switch, with the ability to be locked in the off position,
should be provided. The switch should be locked in the off position whenever work
is to be done on the Tripslinger or the Tripslinger is going to be left unattended.
7. Disconnect power before resetting motor overload.
CAUTION
1. Read and understand instruction manual before operating.
2. Keep all safety shields and devices in place.
3. Make certain everyone is clear before operating machine.
4. Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from moving parts.
5. Shut off power to adjust, service, or clean.
6. Make sure machine is secured before operating.
7. Disconnect power before resetting motor overload.
8. Make certain electric motors are grounded.
3
Pre-Operation Check List
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Check all bearings for proper lubrication.
Check every piece of conveying equipment for foreign material or obstructions.
Check all v-belts for proper tension.
Make sure all belt guards and safety shields are securely in place.
Check belt alignment. (See page 5 for belt alignment.)
Operation Sequence
If multiple pieces of equipment are being used to transfer material, the LAST piece of equipment the
material is conveyed to should be the FIRST piece of equipment started.
Maintenance
Preventive maintenance is the key to the long life of any mechanical device.
Careful and systematic inspection of all BeltVeyor equipment will result in maximum, trouble-free
service.
LUBRICATION ………
All bearings which are fitted with grease zerks should be lubricated at the conclustion of each
operation. Before greasing the bearings, make certain the zerks are free of dirt. Otherwise, this
will be passed into the bearing race. If the unit will be out of service for a period of time, purge
the bearings.
IMPORTANT:
Electric motors should be oiled in accordance with the manufacturers
recommendations.
PERIODIC CLEAN-OUT ………
Due to the characteristics of certain materials, residue sometimes collects between the conveyor
belt and the frame. Check the unit periodically for any material build up in this area.
CONVEYOR BELT TAKE-UP ………
After extended use, the conveyor belt may stretch to the extent that there is not sufficient take-up
for tensioning. Obtain additional take-up by cutting a 4" section from the belt. A new splice and
lacing may be ordered from the factory or obtained locally.
CONVEYOR BELT REPLACEMENT ………
To replace the belt, pull out the splice pin, splice one end of the new belt to one end of the old
belt. Pull the new belt in as you pull the old belt out. After you have run the unit and aligned the
new belt, seal splice with rubber compound and let it cure in accordance with instructions on
container.
STORAGE ………
If unit is to be out of service for a month or longer, relieve tension from all belts and lubricate
bearings. All buildup of material should be cleaned off. Any corrosion areas should be cleaned
and painted.
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Belt Tension and Alignment
Correct belt tension and alignment are extremely important. Maintaining proper adjustments can add
many hours of extra belt life.
1.
The belt is tensioned by adjusting the take-up screws. Make sure both take-up screws are
tightened evenly. The belt should be tensioned tight enough so the drive pulley does not slip
when the conveyor is running under load or when the conveyor is started under load.
2.
Before attempting to train the belt, make certain that all of the bearings are located in the
center of their slots.
3.
All rotating parts, drive pulley and take-up pulley, must be at a 90°angle to the direction of belt
travel. All pulleys must be level. If pulleys are not level, the belt will run to the low side. If the
pulleys are not at a 90° angle in the direction of belt travel, the belt will run to the side it first
contacts.
4.
Prior to start-up, check to see that the belt is free from objects that would bind or tear the belt.
When starting for the first time, with no load on belt, apply power for a few seconds only to see
that the conveyor belt travels in the proper direction and is well centered in the trough.
5.
It should be noted at this time that too much tension on the conveyor belt will make adjustment
or training much more difficult, shorten the life of the belt and waste power. Readjust the
tension after the conveyor is running under load.
6.
Slight adjustment of pulley shafts may be required to keep belts centered on them, i.e. if the
belt runs to one side of the pulley, apply more tension to that side of pulley.
7.
Be sure to check belt alignment for both directions of belt travel.
Belt Wrap Diagram
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Specifications
Overall Width
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
6' or 4'
6'
Overall Height
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
14" above trough section
16" above trough section
Belting:
16" or 24" wide PVC with chevron top
Belt Speed:
1100 feet per minute
Construction:
304 Stainless Steel
Wheels:
4" V-groove phenolic
Tripper Cross Belt Rollers:
Cross Belt Drive Roller
Cross Belt Take-Up Roller
Input Roller for Main Belt
Return to Trough Roller
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
Direction of Throw:
switch
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3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
3.5"
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
16.25"
24.25"
16.25"
24.25"
16"
24"
16"
24"
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
lagged with 1 5/16" bore
plain with 1 5/16" bore
plain with 1 5/16" bore
90° to right or left of conveyor center line
Direction change accomplished via reversing drum
Power Requirement
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
3 HP
5 HP
1800 RPM
1800 RPM
Capacity
- 16" Belt:
- 24" Belt:
90 tons per hour / 60 lb. cu ft material
200 metric tons per hour / 60 lb. cu ft material
6' Tripslinger
Trajectory
4' Tripslinger
Trajectory
All Dimensions
Are Approximate
7
4' x 16" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
8
4' x 16" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Qty
1
1
4
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
Part No.
81236200
83211300
65080400
82055500
82047200
06409700
04260600
04399200
15745300
16203200
16801300
16187700
336057
03525300
04416400
Description
Frame Weldment
Cover Weldment
Wheel 4" V-Groove
Motor Mt Slide w/Tab
Motor Mt Slide
Set Collar 1" Steel
Bushing 1.125" SDS QD
Sheave 1B 4.6 SDS QD
Belt Guard Bracket
Belt Guard
Belt Guard Strap
CRR .995 x 26.938" Shaft
Roll Pin .250 x 1.500
V-Belt B-60
Bushing 1.313" SDS QD
Item
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Qty
1
8
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
Part No.
04256400
03018900
81220600
13019500
60196300
72035900
61389300
14230700
60560000
13383500
16186900
83103200
61398400
81221400
83106500
Description
Sheave 1B 8.0 SDS QD
Brg 1.313 2B Fl w/LC
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 17"
Roller Bracket
Roller 2.375" x 13.688"
Tripper Roller Assembly
Roller 3.5" x 16"
CRR 1.309 x 25" Shaft
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 16"
Bearing Slide
Take-up Support
Take-up Bolt .375 x 7.5"
Belt Assy 16" x 8'- 2"
Lagged Roller 3.5" X 17"
Take-up Bolt .500 x 14"
9
6' x 16" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
10
6' x 16" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Qty
1
1
4
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
Part No.
81222200
83211300
65080400
82055500
82047200
06409700
04260600
04399200
15745300
16204000
16801300
16187700
336057
03527900
04416400
Description
Frame Weldment
Cover Weldment
Wheel 4" V-Groove
Motor Mt Slide w/Tab
Motor Mt Slide
Set Collar 1" Steel
Bushing 1.125" SDS QD
Sheave 1B 4.6 SDS QD
Belt Guard Bracket
Belt Guard
Belt Guard Strap
CRR .995 x 26.938" Shaft
Roll Pin .250 x 1.500
V-Belt B-83
Bushing 1.313" SDS QD
Item
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Qty
1
8
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
Part No.
04256400
03018900
81220600
13019500
60196300
72035900
61389300
14230700
60560000
13383500
16186900
83103200
61390100
81221400
83106500
Description
Sheave 1B 8.0 SDS QD
Brg 1.313 2B Fl w/LC
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 17"
Roller Bracket
Roller 2.375" x 13.688"
Tripper Roller Assembly
Roller 3.5" x 16"
CRR 1.309 x 25" Shaft
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 16"
Bearing Slide
Take-up Support
Take-up Bolt .375 x 7.5"
Belt Assy 16" x 12'- 2"
Lagged Roller 3.5" X 17"
Take-up Bolt .500 x 14"
11
6' x 24" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
12
6' x 24" Tripslinger
Repair Parts
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Qty
1
1
4
1
1
7
1
1
Part No.
81607400
81618100
65080400
82055500
82047200
06409700
04260600
04399200
1
03192200
1
1
2
3
3
1
1
15745300
16204000
16801300
15498900
336057
03527900
04416400
Description
Frame Weldment
Cover Weldment
Wheel 4" V-Groove
Motor Mt Slide w/Tab
Motor Mt Slide
Set Collar 1" Steel
Bushing 1 1/8" SDS QD
Sheave 1B 4.6 SDS QD
(50 Hz)
Sheave 1B 5.6 SDS QD
(60 Hz)
Belt Guard Bracket
Belt Guard
Belt Guard Strap
CRR .995 x 34.938" Shaft
Roll Pin .250 x 1.500
V-Belt B-83
Bushing 1.313" SDS QD
Item
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Qty
1
8
1
4
2
2
1
Part No.
04256400
03018900
81624900
13019500
61920500
72035900
81574600
23
1
81576100
24
25
26
27
28
2
2
2
1
1
13383500
16186900
83103200
61921300
81623100
29
1
83106500
Description
Sheave 1B 8.0 SDS QD
Brg 1.313 2B Fl w/LC
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 32.75"
Roller Bracket
Roller 2.375" x 21.250"
Tripper Roller Assembly
Roller Weldment 3.5"
w/33 1/4" shaft
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 16"
w/33 1/4" shaft
Bearing Slide
Take-up Support
Take-up Bolt 3/8" x 7 1/2"
Belt Assy 24" x 12'- 2"
Lagged Roller 3.5" x 24"
w/ 30 11/16" shaft
Take-up Bolt 1/2" x 14"
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Gravity Tripper
Repair Parts
Item Qty Part No. Description
1
2 14375000 CRR 1.313" x 26.5"
2
4 03033800 Brg 1.313" PB
3
1 61474300 Lagged Roller 10" x 16.5"
4
2 10624500 CRR 1.000" x 22.563"
5
4 65080400 Wheel 4" V-Groove
6
2 06409700 Set Collar 1"
7
1 81298200 Main Frame Weldment
8
1 88826300 Lagger Roller 6" x 16.5"
9
2 14384200 Skirtboard 6" x 20"
10
2 14385900 Back-up Strap
11
1 81297400 Chute Weldment
12
1 06498000 Rubber Strap 15"
14
Gravity Tripper
16" Low Profile Adjustable
Repair Parts
Item Qty Part No. Description
1
4 03018900 Brg 1.313" 2B Fl
2
2 19539600 CRR 1.313" x 21.5"
3
1 88826300 Lagged Roller 6" x 16.5
4
6 06409700 Set Collar 1"
5
2 16094500 CRR .995" x 23.75"
6
4 65080400 Wheel 4" V-Groove
7
1 80150600 Main Frame Weldment
8
2 12191300 Back-up Strap
9
2 12192100 Skirtboard 5" x 12.875"
10
1 80147200 Adjustable Chute Wa.
11
1 80149800 Rear Frame Weldment
12
1 06498000 Rubber Strap 15"
13
1 88483300 Lagged Roller 8" x 12.5"
15
Gravity Tripper
24" Low Profile Adjustable
Repair Parts
Item Qty Part No. Description
1
4 03018900 Brg 1.313" 2B Fl
2
2 14830400 CRR 1.313" x 29"
3
1 60197100 Lagged Roller 6" x 24.5
4
6 06409700 Set Collar 1"
5
2 14829600 CRR .995" x 31.75"
6
4 65080400 Wheel 4" V-Groove
7
1 81459000 Main Frame Weldment
8
2 14833800 Back-up Strap
9
2 14832000 Skirtboard 4" x 15.75"
10
1 81461600 Adjustable Chute Wa.
11
1 81460800 Rear Frame Weldment
12
1 01160100 Rubber Strap 20"
13
1 61605200 Lagged Roller 8" x 20.5"
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Assembly Instructions
THE SELF-POWERED TRIPSLINGER IS SHIPPED FROM THE FACTORY
ASSEMBLED LESS THE MOTOR. USE A SAFE LIFTING DEVICE TO
POSITION THE TRIPSLINGER ONTO THE TR CONVEYOR.
IMPORTANT: PRE ASSEMBLY NOTES.
1.
Special tools (in addition to standard hand tools) are as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Carpenter's level
Power pull or other tightener (for pulling belt together)
Belt clamps
Tape Measure
Saw horse
Overhead crane (or equivalent)
2.
Before starting assembly procedures, remove parts from the parts cartons and parts bundles
and identify by part number and description. Use the various repair parts lists in this manual
for this procedure. Organize the nuts and bolts by size and type.
3.
Fasteners may vibrate loose during shipping. It is recommended you check nuts, bolts, set
screws, and sheave alignment on pre-assembled parts prior to start-up.
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4' & 6'
Self-Powered Tripslinger
Assembly Instructions
Figure #1
STEP #1 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail A-A.
Center the tripslinger on the TR conveyor by
setting the V-groove wheels "A" onto the inverted
"V" shape trough sides. Note that one V-groove
wheel on each end of the tripslinger is locked into
place with set collars while the opposite side Vgroove wheel is allowed to float. To center the
tripslinger, loosen the set collars and slide the
tripslinger along the shaft. Re-tighten set collars.
STEP #2 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail B-B.
Remove the belt guard from its brackets. It is
important that you remember how the belt guard
was removed because it has to be re-assembled
after the drive components are assembled.
STEP #3 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail B-B.
Assemble the sheave "B" and bushing "C" to the
electric motor "D". Leave the sheave and
bushing loose for final alignment.
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STEP #4 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail B-B.
Assemble the electric motor "D" to the motor
mount as shown using 3/8" x 1 1/2" bolts, 3/8" flat
washers, 3/8" lock washers, and 3/8" hex nuts.
STEP #5 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail C-C.
Assemble the 8" O.D. sheave "E" and the 1.313"
SDS bushing "F" to the drive roller shaft. Align
the two sheaves with a straight edge and lock
into place.
STEP #6 Refer to Figure #1 - Detail B-B.
Assemble the B-83 V-belt to sheaves and tighten
using the motor take-up bolt "G".
STEP #7 Re-assemble the belt guard.
4' & 6'
Self-Powered Tripslinger
Assembly Instructions
Figure #1
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4' & 6'
Self-Powered Tripslinger
Belt Assembly
NEVER start the TR conveyor without checking that the
tripslinger winch cable is tight and the winch brake is
engaged.
STEP #1 Refer to belt wrap diagram on page 5.
STEP #2
Install the belt with the rough side UP and the
smooth side DOWN against the carrying idlers.
STEP #3 Bring the two ends of the belt together
at a convenient location to facilitate
joining.
STEP #4
Using belt clamps and power pull or equivalent,
pull the ends of the belt together. Align and
interlace belt and clipper lacings and slip splice
pin (plastic covered cable) through clipper lacings
to secure.
NOTE: If required, provide belt slack by turning
adjustment bolts on the tail section.
STEP #5 Apply rubber adhesive from tube
furnished to both sides of clipper
lacing. Smooth adhesive and allow to
set in accordance with package
directions.
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4' & 6'
Self-Powered Tripslinger
Assembly Instructions
Figure #2
STEP #1 Refer to Figure #2 - Detail A-A.
Stretch a wire above the TR conveyor the
length of the building. Attach nylon pulley
blocks (or equivalent) to the wire and run
motor cord through them. This allows the
cord to travel along the TR conveyor with
the tripslinger, but keeps it out of the way.
Have a qualified electrician
connect wiring, starter, drum
switches, etc.
STEP #2 Refer to Figure #2.
Install the hand winches and pulley
blocks in a convenient location and
anchor firmly to the building.
STEP #3 Refer to Figure #2-Detail B-B.
Attach the winch cable to the tripslinger cover
through hole "A" using cable thimbles and
cable clamps.
NEVER start the TR conveyor
without checking that the winch
cable is tight and the winch
brake is engaged.
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P.O.Box 1438
Dodge City, Kansas 67801
(620) 227-7106
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