Hutchinson 10 Portable Squeeze Belt Conveyor (35' and 45')

Hutchinson 10 Portable Squeeze Belt Conveyor (35' and 45')
10” PORTABLE
SQUEEZE BELT® CONVEYOR
FOR 35’ AND 45’
WITH COGGED BELT DRIVE
OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
Effective December 4, 2007
Publication No. 1026642
THIS MANUAL IS FOR CONVEYORS WITH SERIAL NUMBERS OF 921422 OR HIGHER.
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
PRICES:
Prices in effect at time of shipment will apply. Prices are subject to change without notice. All prices are
F.O.B. Clay Center, Kansas. Orders shipped from locations other than Clay Center, Kansas will be subject
to additional charges, such as back freight and/or additional freight.
SERVICE
CHARGE:
A service charge will be assessed on all past due balances as permitted by state law not to exceed 1-1/2%
per month.
MIINMUM
ORDER:
BACK
ORDERS:
Processing and handling costs necessitate a minimum charge of $15.00 net on all orders.
DAMAGED
GOODS:
It is the consignee’s responsibility to check all shipments thoroughly upon receipt of goods. If any damage
is discovered, it must be noted on the freight bill of lading before signing. The consignee must make
necessary claims against the respective freight line. All damage claims must be submitted within 30 days
of delivery receipt.
SHORTAGES:
All shortages must be noted at time of delivery receipt. Shortages must be noted on the freight bill of lading
Back orders will be shipped as they become available. Contact Hutchinson/Mayrath Customer Service for
alternative shipping options or if cancellation is desired.
before signing. Hutchinson/Mayrath must be advised of all concealed shortages upon discovery. Once
notified of concealed shortages Hutchinson/Mayrath will advise corrective action to be taken.
RETURN OF
GOODS:
All returns must be approved by Hutchinson/Mayrath prior to shipment. All return requests will be issued a
return authorization number. NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A RETURN AUTHORIZATION
NUMBER AND PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM THE FACTORY. All returns must be shipped prepaid. A 15%
restocking charge will be applied to all returned merchandise. Custom products may not be returned for
credit. Only current products in new and saleable condition may be returned. No safety devices may be
returned for credit.
MODIFICATIONS:
It is the policy of Hutchinson/Mayrath to improve its product whenever possible and practical to do so. We
reserve the right to make changes, improvements and modifications at any time without incurring the obligation
to make such changes, improvements and modifications on any equipment sold previously.
LIMITED
WARRANTY:
(a) For a period of (1) year after receipt of goods by the original consumer buyer, Hutchinson/Mayrath will
supply free of charge replacement parts for parts that prove defective in workmanship or material. Defective
parts must be returned freights prepaid to a specified Hutchinson/Mayrath location. Only Hutchinson/Mayrath
original repair parts may be used for warranty repairs.
(b) This limited warranty does not extend to parts designed to wear in normal operation and be replaced
periodically, or to damage caused by negligence, accident, abuse or improper installation or operation.
(c) GOODS NOT MANUFACTURED BY HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH CARRY ONLY THE MANUFACTURER’S
WARRANTY.
(d) THIS UNDERTAKING IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S MANUALS AND
THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW WILL RESULT IN THE VOIDING OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
LIMITATION
OF LIABILITY:
Improper assembly, including failure to properly install all safety equipment.
Improper installation (power & wiring included)
Unauthorized alterations of goods.
Goods operated when obviously in need of repair.
Use of unauthorized repair parts.
Irresponsible operation.
Used to handle materials other than free flowing, non-abrasive and dry materials, as intended.
Damaged through abusive use or accident.
BUYER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH HAVE LIABILITY FOR DIRECT
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE CONTRACT PRICE OF THE GOODS IN RESPECT TO WHICH CLAIM IS
MADE. BUYER FURTHER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH ON ANY CLAIM OF
ANY KIND HAVE LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
SAFETY
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GENERAL SAFETY STATEMENT
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This manual was written with the safety of the
operator and others who work with the
equipment as our prime concern. The
instructions presented will help the reader
learn SAFE day to day work practices. We
want you as our partner in safety.
The symbol shown below is used to call your
attention to instructions concerning your
personal safety. Watch this symbol - it points
out important safety precautions. It means
“ATTENTION! Become alert! Your personal
safety is involved!” Read the message that
follows and be alert to the possibility of
personal injury or death.
It is your responsibility as an owner, operator
or supervisor to know what specific safety
requirements and precautions exist and to
make these known to all other personnel
working with the equipment or in the area, so
that they too may safely perform their duties
and avoid any potentially hazardous
situations.
Please remember safety equipment
provides important protection for persons
around a grain handling system that is in
operation. Be sure all ALL safety shields and
protection devices are installed and properly
maintained. If any shields or guards are
damaged or missing, contact your dealer to
obtain the correct items.
BE ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED
Avoid any alterations of the equipment. Such
alterations may create a dangerous situation
where serious injury or death may occur.
WARNING
Anyone who will operate or
work around this machine
shall first read this manual!
This manual must be
delivered with the equipment to its
owner. Failure to read this manual and
its safety instructions is a misuse of the
equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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General Safety Statements ................................................................................................... 1
Safety Symbol ....................................................................................................................... 1
Operator Qualifications .......................................................................................................... 3
Sign-off Sheet ........................................................................................................................ 3
Machine Inspection ............................................................................................................... 4
POWER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................... 4
HITCHING TO TRACTOR ....................................................................................................... 5
TRANSPORTING THE CONVEYOR ...................................................................................... 6
Transport Heights ........................................................................................................ 6
PLACEMENT OF CONVEYOR ........................................................................................... 7-9
UN-HITCHING ........................................................................................................................ 9
DESIGNATED WORK AREA ................................................................................................ 10
Work Area Diagram .................................................................................................... 10
Rules of Safe Work Area ............................................................................................ 10
OPERATING PROCEDURES ............................................................................................. 11-19
General Operation ...................................................................................................... 11
Break-in Information ................................................................................................... 11
Conveyor Belt Information ........................................................................................... 11
Direct PTO Drive Information ..................................................................................... 11-14
Electric Motor Drive Information .................................................................................. 15
Shutdown ................................................................................................................... 16
Lockout ...................................................................................................................... 16
Operating Capacities ................................................................................................17-18
RELOCATION OF CONVEYOR ............................................................................................ 19
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................. 20-22
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................23-75
Tube Assemblies ......................................................................................................23-25
Conveyor Belt ...........................................................................................................26-34
Truss Assemblies .....................................................................................................35-36
Discharge Spout, Pulley Wiper and Skirting ............................................................... 37
Wind Guard Assemblies ...........................................................................................38-40
Undercarriage Assemblies ........................................................................................ 41-45
Inlet Belt Skirting ......................................................................................................46-47
Pulley Cover, Latch Bracket & Winch Mount ............................................................ 48-49
Feeder Belt Drive Assembly ....................................................................................... 50
Hitch Assembly .......................................................................................................... 51
Feeder Conveyor Belt Installation ............................................................................... 52
Feeder Conveyor Skirting & Hopper ..........................................................................53-55
Hopper Lift Bracket & Flow Control ............................................................................. 56
Feeder Belt to Main Belt Connection ........................................................................ 57-59
Drive Chain Guard Assembly ...................................................................................... 60
PTO Drive Assembly .................................................................................................. 61
Electric Drive Assembly ............................................................................................62-64
Belt Tension and Training .........................................................................................65-69
Belt Splicing ............................................................................................................... 70
NOTICE TO DEALER / ASSEMBLER .................................................................................. 71
INITIAL START-UP PROCEDURE .......................................................................................72-73
TROUBLE SHOOTING .......................................................................................................74-75
PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................P-1 thru P-29
SERIAL NUMBER
To ensure efficient and prompt service, please furnish us with the model and serial number of your conveyor in
all correspondence or other contact. The serial plate is located on the inside of the lower undercarriage arms.
RIGHT AND LEFT DESIGNATION
When determining which is the left or right hand side of the unit, it is as if a person were standing at the intake
end and looking toward the discharge end.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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OPERATOR QUALIFICATIONS
Operation of this portable conveyor shall be limited to
competent and experienced persons. In addition, anyone
who will operate or work around a portable conveyor
must use good common sense. In order to be qualified,
he must also know and meet all other requirements,
such as:
1. Some regulations specify that no one under the age
of 16 may operate power machinery. This includes
portable conveyors. It is your responsibility to know
what these regulations are in your area or situation.
2. Current OSHA regulations state in part: “At the time
of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter,
the employer shall instruct every employee in safe
operation and servicing of all equipment with which
the employee is, or will be involved.”*
3. Unqualified persons are to stay out of the work area.
See page 4.
4. A person who has not read and understood all
operating and safety instructions is not qualified to
operate the machine.
*Federal Occupational Safety & Health Standards\
for Agriculture Subpart D, Section 1928.57 (a) (6).
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 conveyor. We include this sign off sheet for your convenience and personal record keeping.
DATE
6/07
EMPLOYER SIGNATURE
EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE
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GENERAL INFORMATION
MACHINE INSPECTION
After delivery of your new conveyor and/or completion
of assembly and before each use, inspection of the
machine is mandatory. Use the assembly instructions
in this manual as a reference to determine that the
conveyor is assembled properly. This inspection
should include, but not be limited to:
POWER REQUIREMENTS (DRIVE)
Conveyor Length
PTO Horsepower
Electric Motor Horsepower
35'
50
25
45'
60
30
1. Check to see that all guards listed in the assembly
instructions are in place, secured and functional.
The shields on the PTO driveline must rotate easily.
2. Check all safety signs and replace any that are
worn, missing or illegible. The safety signs are
listed in the back of this manual. Safety signs
may be obtained from your dealer or ordered from
the factory.
3. Check feeder lift winch and cable for security and
operation. There should be at least three complete
wraps of cable around winch drum in full down
position. Cable anchor on winch drum must be
tight.
4. Are all fasteners tight?
5. Are drive belts properly adjusted? (See
Maintenance Section.)
6. Is conveyor belt properly adjusted? (See
Maintenance Section.)
Obtain any needed replacement parts from your dealer
and install before using the machine.
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TRANSPORTING
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HITCHING TO TRACTOR
INSTRUCTIONS
1. The hitch jack is intended to lift the intake for
hitching and unhitching purposes. The jack should
be positioned approximately vertical to the ground.
Crank the jack handle clockwise to extend the
jack. Raise the intake only as much as necessary
to attach to the drawbar of the towing vehicle.
For optimum ground clearance, the adjustable
hitch tube should be secured in the bottom hole
of the hitch mount, as shown in Fig. 1.
PIN LOCATION
FOR CONVEYOR
JACK
2. Pin the conveyor hitch to the tractor drawbar.
make certain the hitch pin is securely attached.
3. An auxillary attachment system (safety chain) is
required to retain the connection between towing
and towed machines in the event of separation of
the primary attachment system. The safety chain
should be routed through the tube on the hitch
and fastened to the tactor. A clevis or intermediate
chain support should be fastened to the tractor
drawbar no farther than 6” from the hitch pin. See
Fig. 2 & 3.
NOTE : The safety chain is not furnished with the
conveyor.
HITCH
HITCH TUBE
TRANSPORT
POSITION
4. After the conveyor is secured to the towing vehicle,
completely retract the jack base.
INTERMEDIATE
SAFETY CHAIN
SUPPORT
JACK POSITION DURING
HITCHING & UNHITCHING
FIG. 2
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SAFETY CHAIN
Looped through
tube on hitch.
TRANSPORT
POSITON
FIG. 3
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Completely retrack
jack during transport
(Jack can be rotated
90 degrees also.)
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TRANSPORTING
MOVING THE CONVEYOR
Move the conveyor with a tractor to or from the work
area. A pick-up truck or other suitable vehicle may be
used for transporting the conveyor over greater
distances. Comply with your state and local regulations
governing marking, towing and maximum width.
Observe safe driving and operation practices.
DANGER: Be alert to overhead
obstructions and electrical wires.
Failure to do so may result in
electrocution. Lower conveyor
well below level of power lines
before moving. Maintain at least ten (10)
feet of clearance. See above chart showing
the height of each portable conveyor in the
transport position to determine the height
of your conveyor.
Follow these steps when transporting the conveyor:
1. Always transport your conveyor in the full-down
position.
2. The upper undercarriage frame should be setting
on the support frame.
3. Hitch should be secured to tractor and jack stored
in transport position. Hitch safety chain must be
fastened in place.
Moving your portable conveyor requires careful
planning. Know the transport height of the conveyor
before moving it. Plan your route to avoid overhead
obstructions and power lines.
Before moving the conveyor, the operator should make
sure all personnel are clear of the Moving Conveyor
Hazard Area as shown in the following diagram.
Never allow persons to stand underneath or ride on
the conveyor when it is being transported.
IMPORTANT: Overall transport height is with
the conveyor fully lowered and attached to a
towing vehicle with a drawbar height of 16”.
SIZE
TRANSPORT HEIGHT
10" x 35'
11'-10"
10" x 45'
13'-1"
HAZARD AREA - KEEP OUT
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PLACEMENT OF CONVEYOR
TYPICAL
ARRANGEMENTS
CLEARANCE DIMENSIONS
(at maximum incline)
BIN LOAD OUT
35’ MODEL
BIN FILL
NOTE: Discharge heights are lower than shown while
conveyor is connected to the towing vehicle, so
make allowance for this.
Conveyor
Length
35'
45'
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A
B
C
19'-1"
24'-10"
9'-6"
13'-7"
17'-10"
20'-3"
45’ MODEL
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PLACEMENT OF CONVEYOR
STEP 1
Locate conveyor next to bin
STEP 2
Raise conveyor
LOCATE PIN
IN TOP HOLE
BEFORE RAISING
CONVEYOR
STEP 3
Back into position
HITCH
TUBE
HITCH
JACK
STEP 4
Lower feeder
conveyor
HITCH TUBE DETAIL
Step 1
Step 2
Move conveyor slowly toward working position with a
tractor. Locate the conveyor on level ground as close
as possible to the bin or other structure. Leave
adequate room for loaded vehicles to reach the
conveyor intake area conveniently.The wheels must
be allowed to roll freely when raising. Be sure the
area is clear of any obstructions.
Support conveyor inlet with hitch jack and reposition
hitch pin as shown in the Hitch Tube Detail above.
Raise the conveyor only high enough to allow minimum
clearance above the bin.
Make certain everyone is clear of
the work area when moving the
conveyor. To prevent tip-over when
backing, avoid rolling over any
obstructions. Also avoid moving the conveyor
at right angles to a slope. If the conveyor
must set on a slope, approach the bin uphill.
To raise the conveyor with the hydraulic hose
connected to the tractor, open the ball valve in the
hydrualic line and activate the hydraulic circuit control
lever on the tractor. NOTE: Raise slowly and evenly
to keep hydraulic pressure at a minimum.
Make sure entire area above conveyor and
in line of travel is clear of overhead
obstructions and electrical wires. Failure to
do so may result in electrocution. Maintain
at least ten (10) feet of clearance.
Electrocution can occur without direct contact.
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PLACEMENT OF
CONVEYOR - CONT.
UN-HITCHING
Step 3
Remove the feeder conveyor latch pin and lower the
feeder conveyor into position.
After raising the hitch jack base off the ground, back
conveyor slowly into working position with a tractor.
NEVER ATTEMPT TO MOVE CONVEYOR BY
HAND. USE A VEHICLE. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
INCREASE CONVEYOR HEIGHT BY POSITIONING
HEELS ON LUMBER, BLOCKS OR BY OTHER
MEANS.
1. Lower the conveyor until the conveyor discharge
is directly over the bin opening. Consider that the
discharge end will lower a few inches as the
conveyor fills with grain. NOTE: When discharging
into a grain spreader, maintain at least 12” of
space between the conveyor discharge and the
spreader.
To lower the conveyor, activate the hydraulic circuit
control lever on the tractor.
2. Once the conveyor is in place, put the tractor in
park.
3. Follow unhitching instructions below.
4. If desired, remove pins from hitch mount tube and
remove hitch from hitch mount.
Step 4
Follow these steps to unhitch the conveyor:
NOTE: When the tractor is to be disconnected from a
conveyor in the raised position, anchor the discharge
end of the conveyor to the bin or strucure to prevent
possible wind damage.
A. The conveyor wheels should be chocked to prevent
the conveyor from rolling.
B. Place jack into the lifting position and remove hitch
weight from tractor drawbar.
C. Remove safety chain and hitch pin. Disconnect
the tractor from the conveyor.
D. Use the jack to lower the intake to the ground.
E. Lower discharge to bin.
Never raise the intake end higher
than necessary for hitching/
unhitching. Weight transfers
rapidly to the head end when the intake
is lifted, especially when the conveyor is
in a raised position.
Never stand between tractor and conveyor
when unhitching unless all controls are
in neutral and the brakes locked.
5. Anchor the conveyor at the intake end and/or
support it at the discharge end to prevent tipping
from occurring when weight transfers to the top
end as the conveyor empties. It is a good practice
to tie the discharge end of the conveyor to the bin
or storage structure to prevent possible wind
damage. Tie loops are provided on the discharge
housing for this purpose. Remember to untie
the conveyor before attempting to move it.
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ESTABLISH WORK AREA
RULES FOR SAFE WORK AREA
Before starting the conveyor, a designated work
area should be established and properly marked.
The following diagrams will show the manufacturers
designated work areas. These areas shall be
marked off with colored nylon or plastic rope hung
as portable barriers to define the designated work
areas.
Under no circumstances should
persons not involved in the
operation be allowed to trespass into
the work area.
It shall be the duty of all operators to see that
children and/or other persons stay out of the
work areas! Trespass into the work area by
anyone not involved in the actual operation, or
trespass into a hazard area by anyone, shall
result in an immediate shut down by the
operator. It shall be the responsibility of all
operators to see that the work area has secure
footing, is clean and free of all debris, and tools
which might cause accidental tripping and/or
falling. It shall also be their responsibility to
keep the work area clean and orderly during
the operation.
ELECTRIC DRIVE UNITS
PTO DRIVE UNITS
Support Discharge
End and/or
Anchor Intake
Overhead
Wires KEEP
AWAY
Under
Conveyor
and
Undercarriage
Area
Wheel
Chocks
Hazard
- KEEP OUT
PTO DRIVE
Area
Hazard KEEP OUT
Conveyor
Intake Area
Hazard KEEP OUT
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Support Discharge
End and/or Anchor
Intake
Wheel
Chocks
Conveyor
Drive Area
KEEP OUT
Gravity
Wagon
or Truck
Conveyor
Intake Area
Hazard - KEEP
OUT
Wheel
Chocks
Work Area
Authorized
Personnel
ONLY
Walking Surface -Is it slippery?
Are There things to trip you?
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
It is essential to inspect your drive before adding
power and know how to shut down in an
emergency.
During the operation of your conveyor, one person shall
be in a position to monitor the operation. Any
conveyor when it is new or after it sets idle for a season
should go through a “break-in” period. The conveyor
should be run at partial capacity until several hundred
bushels of grain have been conveyed to polish the
inside of the tube. When the tube is polished, the
conveyor can be run at full capacity.
During the initial start up and
break-in period, the operator shall
be aware of any unusual vibrations
or noises, that would indicate a
need for service or repair.
Keep all safety shields and devices in place.
Keep hands, feet and clothing away from
moving parts. The operator should have a
full view of the work area and check that all
personnel are clear of designated work area
before adding power.
SHUT OFF POWER AND LOCKOUT
DRIVE TO ADJUST, SERVICE OR
CLEAN.
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CONVEYOR BELT
INFORMATION
It is very important that the conveyor belt run in the
center of the conveyor when operating. Carefully read
through the belt tension and training instructions on
pages 65, 66, 67, 68 & 69 before attempting to operate
the conveyor.
It is normal for some of the rubber material that forms
the crescent shaped cleats at the edges of the belts
to wear off during the first hour or so of operation.
This is due to the tightness of the belt seals at the
inlet and discharge of the conveyor. Run the conveyor
empty and catch this material at the discharge and
discard it if you don’t want it mixed with your product.
DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION
1. The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at
the tractor connection. The shear bolt protects the
conveyor from damage if the conveyor becomes
plugged or subjected to high loads. See page 20
for replacement shear bolt information.
2. To attach the PTO driveline to the tractor PTO start
sliding the drivline end onto the PTO. Compress
the spring keeper on the driveline and continue to
slide onto the PTO until the keeper seats in the
groove on the tractor PTO. Then the spring keeper
will return to its original position and the PTO
driveline will be locked onto the tractor PTO.
NOTICE: The PTO driveline furnished with the conveyor
is equipped with a “Spring-Lok” coupler at the tractor
end. This type coupler is spring loaded and will fit the
standard 1 3/8" x 6" spline PTO output shaft from a
tractor.
See that the PTO driveline is securely attached and
the retaining balls of the “Spring-Lok” coupler lock into
the ring groove of the tractor PTO output shaft. Check
this by trying to pull the driveline off of the tractor PTO
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION - CONT.
BELT SPEED
The belt conveyor has been designed to operate at
belt speeds up to 1400 feet per minute. On 35’ & 45’
PTO models, this is obtained with a nominal PTO
input speed of 540 RPM. If a PTO RPM indicator is
not available, the approximate belt speed can be
determined by timing one complete revolution of the
belt. Use the belt splice connector as a reference
when timing the belt. The following chart shows the
times for one belt revolution at various belt speeds.
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NOTE: The upper and lower belts need to run at nearly
the same speed.
NOTE: It is often desirable to operate the belts at
slower speeds.
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DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION - CONT.
Conveyor
Model
35'
45'
Belt
Length
68'-9"
88'-9"
BELT SPEED CHART FOR PTO DRIVES (UPPER BELT)
@ 1400 FPM
@ 1200 FPM
@ 1000 FPM
@ 800 FPM
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
2.1 sec.
509
3.4 sec.
437
4.1 sec.
364
5.2 sec.
291
3.8 sec.
509
4.4 sec.
437
5.3 sec.
364
6.7 sec.
291
BELT SPEED CHART
WITH COGGED BELT DRIVE
BELT SPEED CHART FOR PTO DRIVES (LOWER BELT)
@ 1400 FPM
@ 1200 FPM
@ 1000 FPM
@ 800 FPM
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Time for 1
PTO
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Conveyor
Model
Belt
Length
35'
77'-6"
3.3 sec.
509
3.9 sec.
437
4.7 sec.
364
5.8 sec.
291
45'
97'-6"
4.2 sec.
509
4.9 sec.
437
5.8 sec.
364
7.3 sec.
291
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DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION - CONT.
CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE ADDING
POWER:
CONVEYOR
SIDE
1. Be certain the PTO driveline is securely attached
to the conveyor and the tractor.
2. Never use a PTO driveline without a rotating shield
in good working order that can be turned freely on
the shaft.
3. Align PTO driveline with tractor. The PTO driveline
furnished with the conveyor is a pin stop type--that
is, the two telescoping sections will not separate.
It is a good practice to operate the PTO driveline
in as short a configuration as possible. Keep the
PTO driveline in as straight a line as possible during
operation. When connecting tractor and conveyor,
always make sure the tractor axle and side of
conveyor are parallel.
4. If the tractor and conveyor are on unlevel ground or
at different levels, place them so the center line of
the tractor and the conveyor input shaft are parallel.
RIGHT
THESE LINES
SHOULD BE PARALLEL
PTO DRIVELINE
TRACTOR
U-JOINT
SHIELD
TRACTOR
AXLE
WRONG
These Lines
Should be Parallel
WHEN ADDING POWER:
The tractor operator should have a full view of the
conveyor work area and check that all personnel are
clear of hazard areas before adding power.
IMPORTANT: Engage PTO at a slow RPM to
minimize shock loads. Then work up RPM to
recommended speed.
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ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE
INFORMATION
Always use a motor with required H.P. suggested in
the charts below. Use a motor that operates at 1750
RPM. Electric motors and controls shall be installed
by a qualified electrician and must meet the standards
set by the National Electrical Code and all local and
state codes. Reset and Motor Starting Controls may
be mounted directly to the conveyor or in a nearby
area, but they must be located so that the operators
have full view of the entire operation from the control
location.
Disconnect power before
resetting motor overloads.
Make certain electric motors are
grounded.
Electric motor and motor sheave are not provided. Use
the following table for recommended sizes. Using these
recommendations will provide a belt speed of
approximately 1350 FPM on 35’ & 45’ models. NOTE:
Standard driven sheave provided is 20.0" pitch diameter.
A magnetic starter should be used to protect your
motor when starting and stopping. It should stop the
motor in case of power interruption, conductor fault,
low voltage, circuit interruption, or motor overload.
Then the motor must be restarted manually. Some
motors have built-in thermal overload protection. If
this type motor is used, use only those with manual
reset.
6/07
Conveyor
Model
Recommended
Electric
Motor HP
Motor
Frame
Size
35'
25
284T
45'
30
286T
Recommended
Motor
Sheave
3-Groove "B"
Section 5.6"
Pitch Dia. (6" O.D.)
4-Groove "B"
Section 5.6"
Pitch Dia. (6" O.D.)
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
SHUTDOWN
A. NORMAL SHUTDOWN
Make certain that the conveyor is empty before
stopping the unit. Before the operator leaves the
work area, the power source shall be locked out.
(See LOCKOUT).
B. INTERMITTENT OPERATION SHUTDOWN
When an conveyor is stopped and restarted under
full load, it may result in damage to the conveyor.
Therefore, if intermittent operation is to be carried
out, it is advisable to reduce the load level. When
kept from absolute filling, conveyor start-up is easier
and operation is more efficient.
C. EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN
Should the conveyor be immediately shut down
under load, disconnect and lockout the power
source. Clear as much grain from hopper and
conveyor as you can. Never attempt to start when
full. When as much grain as possible has been
cleared, reconnect power source and clear conveyor
gradually.
LOCKOUT
WARNING: If the operator must
leave the work area, or whenever
servicing or adjusting, the
conveyor must be stopped and the
power source turned off. Precaution should
be made to prevent anyone from operating
the conveyor when the operator is absent
from the work area.
DIRECT PTO DRIVE: Remove ignition key or coil wire
from power source. (If this is impossible, remove the
PTO driveline from the work area.)
ELECTRIC DRIVE: A main power disconnect switch
capable of being locked only in the OFF position shall
be provided.
NOTE: Starting the unit under load may result in
damage to the conveyor. Such damage is
considered abuse of the equipment.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Page 17
OPERATING CAPACITIES
Capacities of belt conveyors can vary greatly under
diverse conditions. Different materials, moisture
content, amounts of foreign matter, angle of operation,
methods of feeding and speed all play a role in
performance of the conveyor. Although conveyor
inclines have little effect on the capacity of the Squeeze
Belt®, unlike a single belt conveyor, you can still
expect to obtain more capacities at the lower inclines.
Maximum possible capacity will be less with high
moisture grain (above 15%) than with dry grain.
Feeding the material onto the feeder conveyor so that
it is moving in the direction of the belt travel will aid
capacity.
6/07
Unlike a single belt conveyor, the Squeeze Belt®
conveyor will try to move as much material as can be
forced in between the upper and lower belts. This can
become a problem when the volume of material
exceeds the volume available between the belts. When
this happens, the pull on the belts goes substantially
higher and belt slippage on the driving pulleys may
occur. The adjustable flow control panel on the feeder
belt conveyor has been provided to help regulate the
flow of material going between the upper and lower
belts. The numbers cut into the panel represent the
depth of material that will pass under the flow control
panel. The number centered on the mounting bolt
represents the depth.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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OPERATING CAPACITIES CONT.
The following chart shows the approximate capacities
that may be expected when conveying dry corn at a
PTO speed of 540 RPM. NOTE: This chart is intended
to merely serve as a guide to the operator. Actual
capacities may vary. Also, operation at other input
speeds will change capacities.
NOTE: The chart is based on the drive set-up for the
35’ & 45’ model.
ESTIMATED CAPACITY CHART
(BASED ON DRY CORN)
DRIVEN OFF THE LOWER BELT DRIVE PULLEY SHAFT
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GRAIN
DEPTH
APPROX.
BELT SPEED
PTO SPEED
APPROX.
BU./HR.
2.25"
1484
540
4500
2.75"
1484
540
5500
3.25"
1484
540
6600
3.75"
1484
540
7600
4.25"
1484
540
9100
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
RELOCATION OF CONVEYOR
When grain conveying operation is completed, the
conveyor should be moved away from the bin and
lowered. The conveyor can then be moved to a different
bin for more conveying operations or cleaned up and
stored.
STEP 1
A. Empty all grain from the conveyor. Clean up the
area.
B. Untie any anchors and/or remove all supports.
C. Disconnect the power source.
Electric Drive - Unplug electric motor, wind up
electric cables.
Direct PTO Drive - Disconnect PTO driveline from
tractor and place in support provided for
transporting.
NOTE: The bracket pin must be in place to
hold the PTO driveline in the support during
transporting.
D. Raise the feeder hopper into the transport position
and install the pin in the latch bracket.
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STEP 2
A. Raise the conveyor so the discharge spout is clear
of bin opening. (See Step 2, Conveyor Raising
Instructions on page 8)“
B. If removed, re-install the hitch tube assembly in
hitch mount on conveyor inlet.
C. Hitch the conveyor to the tractor. (See Hitching
Instructions on page 5.)
D. Remove wheel chocks.
E. Move conveyor slowly away from the bin with the
tractor.
STEP 3
A. Lower conveyor immediately after clear of bin or
storage structure.
IMPORTANT: Lower the conveyor, even if
relocating to a bin in the immediate area.
B. Support conveyor inlet with hitch jack and reposition
hitch pin, as shown in hitch tube detail above.
STEP 4
A. After raising the hitch jack base off the ground,
move the conveyor to next bin or the area where
the conveyor is to be stored after use. It is
recommended that the conveyor be stored in the
full down position with intake end anchored.
B. Follow unhitching instructions listed on page 9.
C. Inspect the conveyor as outlined in "Machine
Inspection" on page 3.
STEP 1
Raise Feeder Conveyor
Locate pin here
after lowering
conveyor
STEP 2
Attach to Vehicle
Move from over Bin
INSTALL
PIN
STEP 3
Lower Conveyor
HITCH
TUBE
STEP 4
Move to Next Bin or Storage
HITCH
JACK
HITCH TUBE DETAIL
6/07
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
Page 20
GENERAL
BEARINGS
For economical and efficient operation of your conveyor
maintain regular and correct lubrication. Neglect leads
to reduced efficiency, excessive wear and needless
down time. Use the following schedule for best results.
Undercarriage Axle Spindle Bearing
Keep all safety shields and devices
in place. Replace any that are
damaged or missing.
Shut off power and lockout drive to
adjust, service or clean.
Any parts needing replacement should be replaced
with parts of the same type and size. Do not modify
or alter any of the conveyor components.
PTO DRIVELINE
Conveyors equipped with PTO driveline, should have
the u-joints lubricated at approximately ten (10) hour
intervals with SAE multipurpose type grease.
Be sure that PTO driveline shields turn
freely on shaft.
The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at the
tractor connection. The shear bolt protects the
conveyor from damage if the conveyor becomes
plugged or subjected to high loads. It is important to
use the correct replacement bolt of the proper size
and strength to insure that the shear device will protect
the conveyor and operator. Order replacement shear
bolt, Part No. 33229 - 3/8" NC x 1 1/4" long grade 5
bolt. Extra shear bolts are provided with conveyor and
are stored in the operator's manual container located
on the chain guard.
Tapered roller type bearings are standard on all 10"
belt conveyors and should be repacked with grease
and adjusted annually or as needed, determined by
usage.
Care must be used in dismantling wheel bearing
assemblies. See Fig. 7. First remove the dust cap by
prying around the edges. Remove the cotter pin,
slotted nut and flat washer. Carefully remove the hub
and bearings from the spindle. Inspect all parts for
wear or damage and replace with new ones, if
necessary.
When reassembling the hub, repack both bearing
cones with grease and fill the hub cavity 1/3 full. Place
inner bearing assemblies into the hub, and then press
seal into hub and carefully reinstall the hub on the
spindle. When placing hub on spindle be careful not
to damage the lip of the grease seal. Install outer
bearing assembly into the hub, and replace flat washer
and slotted nut. Then tighten the slotted nut to seal
the bearings until the hub binds as you rotate hub.
Back off the slotted nut to the next slot and install a
new 5/32" x 1 1/4" long cotter pin. Replace dust cap.
SEAL
COTTER
KEY
INNER
BEARING
HUB
OUTER
BEARING
SLOTTED
NUT
DUST
CAP
DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT
On drives that are powered by belts, the belt tension
will need periodic adjustment. Use the adjustment
bolt under the motor mount plate.
6/07
PULLEY BEARINGS
All bearings are fitted with grease zerks and should
be lubricated, as specified in the maintenance
schedule on page 22. Before greasing the bearings,
make certain the zerks are free of dirt, otherwise this
will be passed into the bearing race. NOTE: Over
greasing can be as harmful as undergreasing if it forces
grease out of the bearing seals.
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
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MANUAL (Friction Type) WINCH For Undercarriage
Check the winch handle assembly on your conveyor
to determine that it has been assembled correctly.
See assembly section. There should be a locknut
attached to the end of the input shaft to prevent
inadvertent removal of the winch handle.
Never fully extend the cable and always
keep three complete turns of cable around
winch drum. Never operate winch with wet
or oily hands and always use a firm grip on
the handle.
SAFETY REMINDERS
1. Operator must pay attention during raising and
lowering conveyor.
A. Watch cable to see if it is coiling properly onto
winch drum evenly.
B. Keep hands away from winch drum during
operation.
C. Don’t use hands to guide cable onto winch drum
during winch operation.
D. Don’t allow conveyor to become hung up.
E. Don’t continue to raise conveyor after slide
reaches stop.
The following lubrication checks should be made to
the winch periodically.
The conveyor should be in the lowered position with
undercarriage push rod yoke against the undercarriage
frame, when this inspection is being performed Refer
to operating and maintenance instructions furnished
with your winch for proper inspection methods.
1. All gears should have a film of grease on them at all
times.
2. Check brake disc. If worn to less than 1/16" thick,
cracked or broken, replace both discs.
3. The following parts must be wet with oil at all times:
A. Two bushings located at ends of drum shaft.
B. The ratchet pawl pivot.
IMPORTANT: Do not get oil or grease on brake
disc faces (located between ratchet gear brake
hub and pinion shaft.)
See the manufacturer’s information sheet that was
shipped with this manual for additional instructions.
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Page 22
LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
° Replace feeder conveyor belt splice every 500,000
bushels or 75 hrs.
° Inspect and replace the bottom main belt splice
every 800,000 bushels or 120 hrs.
° Inspect the top belt splice once a season.
° Replace all tension springs every 1,000,000 bushels
or 150 hrs.
° When the conveyor will not be used for an extended
period, back the adjustment nuts all the way off for
the bottom belt drive tension springs. Also, back
the adjustment nuts all the way off for the feeder
conveyor belt also.
° Insert one to two pumps of grease in each of the
bearings every 500,000 bushels or 75 hrs. or once
a season, whichever is reached first (too much
grease can push out the bearing seals) and after
each time the unit is washed down. After the wash
down, insert just enough grease to push out the
water and let run for 15 minutes.
° If there is a gearbox, check the oil once a year.
Remove the vent plug and check for proper
operation. Service as needed.
6/07
° Check all belts on the unit and adjust as needed.
° Examine all of skirting at least every 1,000,000
bushels or 150 hrs. and replace, as needed.
° Check each bearing and return roller every 750,000
bushels or 110 hrs. or once a season, whichever is
reached first.
° Clean all material out of the feeder conveyor and
main tube. Make sure to check under all of the
skirting.
° If the unit will set outside during the off season,
make sure that the discharge hood is installed and
cover the feeder conveyor belt and inlet section
with a tarp or plastic. Keep the tarp or plastic off
the ground. This should help keep rodents out of
the unit and pirotect the belts.
° Keep the inlet section off the ground by using the
jack. This will also help keep rodents out of the
unit and protect the belts.
° Before start up tighten the adjustment bolts on the
feeder conveyor belt on start up. Tighten the
adjustment nuts for the bottom belt drive system
remember that the bottom belt tension will have to
be checked and adjusted under load.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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HEAD, TAIL AND CONVEYOR
TUBES
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 24
FOR 35’ MODEL
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 25
FOR 45’ MODEL
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left side
of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the inlet
end of the conveyor and looking toward the discharge
end.
1. Set the flanged tube weldment (Item 7) on saw horses
in the order they are to be assembled. The bottom
of the 10" conveyor tube should be at least 30" off
the floor or assembly surface. Add spacer material
on top of saw horses to get this height, if necessary.
IMPORTANT: The weld seam of the tubes should
be on top of the conveyor.
2. Position the inlet drive assembly (Item 1) near
bottom or inlet end of conveyor tube assembly.
Place saw horse and appropriate spacers under the
inlet assembly, so that it is supported at a height
which aligns with the conveyor tube assembly.
Loosely connect the inlet assembly flange to the
tube flange with eight (8) 3/8" x 1" bolts and 3/8"
locknuts. Level the inlet assembly from side to side
using a carpenter’s level placed across the inlet
frame perpendicular to the conveyor tube. Tighten
bolts once inlet assembly is level.
IMPORTANT: Throughout the remainder of the tube
assembly, each part installed will be leveled to
assure that all rotating components (such as pulleys
and return rollers) remain in alignment with each
other. This is not only critical for part alignment, but
also will improve the performance of the belt when
placed in operation.
3. Position the discharge assembly (Item 2) near the
top or discharge end of conveyor tube assembly.
Place saw horse and appropriate spacers under the
discharge assembly, so that it is supported at a
height which aligns with the conveyor tube
assembly. Loosely connect the discharge assembly
flange to the tube flange with eight (8) 3/8" x 1"
bolts and 3/8" locknuts. Level the discharge
assembly from side to side using a carpenter’s level
placed across the discharge frame perpendicular
to the conveyor tube. Tighten bolts once discharge
assembly is level.
6/07
4. Establish the location of the upper pivot weldment
(Item 8) on the conveyor tube (Item 7) and make a
mark on the tube. The distance is 7’-8" on 35’
models and 10’-0" on 45’ models. Distance is from
center of flange connection at inlet end of tube
assembly to edge of pivot band weldment. The
pivot weldment should be positioned so that the
pivot tube is closest to the inlet end. Loosely clamp
the upper pivot weldment to the conveyor tube at
this location. Use two 6" wide half bands (Item 5)
and twelve 3/8" x 1-1/2" long bolts and 3/8"
locknuts. Level the upper pivot from side to side
using a level placed on the tube of the pivot
weldment. Tighten bolts once pivot is level.
5. Establish the locations of the return roll supports
(Item 3). There are two locations on the 35’ model
and three locations on the 45’ model. The common
35’ & 45’ locations are 7’-4" and 17’-4". The 45’
model has the third support located at 27’-4".
Distance is from center of flange connection at
inlet end of tube assembly to edge of return roll
support bands. Loosely clamp the return roll
supports to the conveyor tube at these locations.
Use one 4" wide half band (Item 6) and four 3/8" x
1-1/2" long bolts and 3/8" locknuts to mount each
support. One side of each roll support has
adjustment brackets attached. It will work best if
the supports are positioned so that all the brackets
are on the left side of the conveyor looking from
inlet toward discharge. Level the return roll supports
from side to side using a level placed across the
bottom of the support perpendicular to the conveyor
tube. Tighten bolts once return roll support is level.
6. Install return rollers (Item 4) into hex holes of return
roll support (Item 3). Four on 35’ models and six
on 45’ models. Insert the non-spring loaded hex
shaft end of the roller first, then depress the spring
loaded hex shaft end and slide into place until
shaft pops through the hex hole of the return roll
support.
7. Connect the 10" conveyor tube to the half band
saddle in the inlet/drive assembly with a 4" wide
half band (Item 6) and four (4) 3/8" x 1-1/2" long
bolts and 3/8" locknuts.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
HEAD, TAIL AND CONVEYOR
TUBES - CONT.
35’ MODEL
6/07
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 25
HEAD, TAIL AND CONVEYOR
TUBES - CONT.
I
45’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
6/07
PART
NO.
1026190
1026141
1025963
1023329
106207-1
5930A1
1026592-120
1025637
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Return Roll Support
Return Roller
Half Band x 6" wide
Half Band x 4" wide
Conveyor Tube
Upper Pivot Weldment
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 26
CONVEYOR BELT
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 28
FOR 35’ MODEL
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 29
FOR 45’ MODEL
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
NOTE: CRESCENT
TOP DOWN
NOTE: CRESENT
TOP UP
CENTER LINE OF
CONVEYOR AND BELTS
1. Move the rolls of conveyor belting (Items 3 & 4) to
the inlet end of the conveyor (Item 1). Put a round
bar or pipe through the wooden hub inside the belt
and set each end of the rod on a sawhorse or other
support, so that the rolls of belts are free to rotate.
Make sure the rolls are arranged so that as the
belts are unrolled and the ends pulled through the
conveyor tube, the crescent top belt surfaces are
correctly oriented to one another. For the lower belt
(Item 3), the side of the belt with crescent shaped
cleats (rough side) will be up and the smooth side
will be down against the conveyor tube. Also, the
crescent cleats should be cupped away from the
inlet end of the conveyor. For the upper belt (Item
4), the crescent (rough) side will be down against
the bottom belt and the smooth side will be up.
Again, the crescent cleats should be cupped away
from the inlet end of the conveyor.
NOTE: In the unlikely event that the belts were rolled
up opposite to the way they are normally shipped,
they will either have to be pulled in from the discharge
end of the conveyor or else unrolled and rerolled in
the proper direction.
TOP VIEW
INSTALL CLAMPS TO HOLD ROLL SUPPORT
PIPES IN PLACE (TYPICAL EACH SIDE)
LOWER BELT ROLL (ITEM 3)
(Come off bottom side)
SAWHORSE
SUPPORTS
UPPER BELT ROLL (ITEM 4)
(Come off top side)
PIPE OR ROD FOR
BELT SUPPORT
INLET/DRIVE
ASSEMBLY
SAWHORSE
SUPPORT
SIDE VIEW
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
TOWARD
DISCHARGE
END
CRESCENT
SIDE DOWN
UPPER BELT ROLL (ITEM 4)
CRESCENT
SIDE UP
INCORRECT CRESCENT
ARRANGEMENT RELATIVE
TO BELT SPLICE
LOWER BELT ROLL (ITEM 3)
TOWARD
DISCHARGE
END
UPPER BELT PROFILE
CONVEYOR HOUSING
LOWER BELT PROFILE
CONVEYOR CROSS SECTION
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
35’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026310
1026309
1023323
1025862
1023321
1025861
1025860
1023322
1025868
1023979
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Lower Belt 15" x 77’-6”
Upper Belt 15" x 68’-9"
Pulley, 8", 2" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 4", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 10", 2" Bore - Lagged
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - Lagged
Pulley, 8", 1.75" Bore - Lagged
Roller, 2 1/4", 1" Bore
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
45’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026587
1026586
1023323
1025862
1023321
1025861
1025860
1023322
1025868
1023979
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Lower Belt 15" x 97’-6"
Upper Belt 15" x 88’-9"
Pulley, 8", 2" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 4", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
Pulley, 10", 2" Bore - Lagged
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - Lagged
Pulley, 8", 1.75" Bore - Lagged
Roller, 2 1/4", 1" Bore
Pulley, 6", 1.25" Bore - No lagging
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
2. Remove the nylon covered connecting pin from the
exposed splice end of each of the belt rolls (Items
3 & 4). NOTE: You may discard the two retaining
washers when removing the pin, as they will not be
used.
3. Run a piece of straight wire through the loops of
the exposed splice end of each belt. Tie the wire
ends together to form an attachment loop for pulling
the belt through the conveyor tube.
4. Run a length of banding material or similar object
through the belt conveyor tube and tie it to the wire“
loops created in Step 3 above. NOTE: The banding
material should be slightly longer than the
assembled conveyor tube length.
5. Simultaneously, pull both belts (Items 3 & 4) through
the conveyor tube from inlet end (Item 1) to
discharge end (Item 2). Assure belt is arranged as
specified in Step 1 above. It is good to have
someone at the inlet end to make sure the belts
are centered on each other as the enter the conveyor
housing when they are being pulled through the
tube. Pull approximately 35’ of belt past the end of
the discharge end on the 35’ model and
approximately 45’ past on the 45’ model. This will
allow both belts to be spliced near the inlet end of
the conveyor.
BELT
SPLICE
BANDING MATERIAL
FOR PULLING BELT
TOWARD
INLET
WIRE LOOP FOR
PULLING BELT
CRESCENT SHAPED
CLEATS
(Top side of belt)
NOTE: FOR CLARITY ONLY, THE
LOWER BELT HAS BEEN SHOWN.
THE UPPER BELT WILL LIE ON TOP.
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
6. Route the ends of the upper and lower belts around
the pulleys and rollers, as shown on the routing
details for the inlet/drive, discharge and return roll
supports. The ends of each belt should be at a
point just past the inlet housing.
8” DIA. UPPER BELT DRIVE PULLEY
4” DIA. HOLD DOWN PULLEY
UPPER
BELT
LOWER
BELT
2” DIA. RETURN
ROLLER
6” DIA. LOWER
BELT TAIL PULLEY
2” DIA. HOLD
DOWN ROLLER
LOWER
BELT DRIVE PULLEY
10” DIA.
6” DIA. LOWER BELT
TAKE-UP PULLEY
6” DIA.
SNUB PULLEY
INLET/DRIVE BELT ROUTING
UPPER
BELT
2” DIA. RETURN ROLLER
LOWER
BELT
2” DIA. RETURN ROLLER
TYPICAL RETURN ROLL SUPORT
BELT ROUTING
(Two places on 35’ & three places on 45’)
2 1/4” DIA. ROLLER
6” DIA. UPPER BELT
TAKE-UP PULLEY
UPPER
BELT
8” DIA. LOWER
BELT HEAD PULLEY
LOWER
BELT
2” DIA. RETURN ROLLER
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4” DIA. SNUB PULLEY
DISCHARGE BELT ROUTING
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
7. Pull the two ends of each belt together so that the
splice bars interlock and insert the nylon covered
pin (removed from the belt in Step 2) through the
splice. Make certain the belt edges are aligned
with each other. If not, the splice was probably
connected improperly. It may be necessary to
provide additional slack in the belt to get the ends
to come together. If so, turn the nuts on the takeup bolts to move the take-up pulley closer to the
drive pulley.
8. Tighten the lower conveyor belt by adjusting nuts
on take-up bolts of drive assembly. Tighten the
upper belt by adjusting nuts on take-up bolts of
discharge assembly. For now, the take-up
adjustment should be equal on both the right and
left sides.
Pull Ends Together
Nylon covered
splice pin
CONNECTED BELT
Make certain belt
edges are aligned.
NOTE: Although two pin retaining washers may have
been supplied with the splice pin, experience has
shown that it is best to just discard them. The hinge
pin will seat into the hinge after a short period of
operation. To assure the pin stays in place until seated,
using a punch, smash one of the lace hinge loops
located in the center of the splice. This leaves the
ends of the pin free to work inside the splice as if
flexes going in and out of the conveyor tube. The splice
should be monitored during the first few hours of
conveyor operation to assure that the pin hasn’t started
to work out of the splice.
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
CONVEYOR TRUSS
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWING ON PAGE 34
FOR 35’ MODEL
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWING ON PAGE 35
FOR 45’ MODEL
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. Attach the truss side bars (Item 3) to the upper
pivot weldment (Item 7) with two 5/8" x 1-1/2"
long bolts and 5/8" locknuts. NOTE: The upper
pivot weldment was installed on the conveyor tube
earlier during the tube assembly.
2. Install the truss crossbraces (Items 4 & 5)
between the two truss side bars just installed.
Use two 3/8" x 1-1/4" long bolts and 3/8" locknuts
to attach each crossbrace.
7. Attach truss cables to eyebolts (Item 9) using two
cable clamps (Item 8) per each cable. Secure the
clamp u-bolts against the loose end of the cable.
8. Using the eyebolts (Items 9) tighten the cables until
they are reasonably snug. Tighten cables equally.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Sight down the tube to
make sure it is straight. Some adjustment can be
made after the conveyor is completely set-up.
9. Tighten cable clamps (Item 11) that secure cables to
truss side bars (Item 3).
3. Loosely attach a 3/8" cable clamp (Item 11) to
the top ends of the upper truss side bars (Items
3).
4. Install the eyebolts (Item 9) to the truss anchor
tabs on the sides of the discharge housing (Item
2). The eye end of each eyebolt should be
pointing toward the inlet end of the conveyor.
Install two 5/8" non-lock nuts on each eyebolt.
5. Wrap one end of each truss cable (Item 6) around
the undercarriage mount pipe that extends out
each side of the inlet/drive assembly (Item 1).
NOTE: The 35’ uses 1/4" cable and the 45’ uses
5/16" cable.
6. Run the cables through the cable clamps (Item
11) at the top ends of the truss side bars (Item
3), then towards the discharge end of the
conveyor.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
35’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026091
1026093
1026092
1017455
Ref.
6369C
866015-1
D1170
3010L11
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Truss Side Bar
Lower Truss Crossbar
Upper Truss Crossbar
Truss Cable 1/4" x 30’
Upper Pivot Weldment
Cable Clamp 1/4"
Eyebolt 5/8" x 11"
5/8" Non-lock Nut
Cable Clamp 3/8"
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CONVEYOR TRUSS - CONT.
45’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026091
1026093
1026092
1011324
Ref.
3153A91
866015-1
D1170
3010L11
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Truss Side Bar
Lower Truss Crossbar
Upper Truss Crossbar
Truss Cable 5/16" x 41’-6"
Upper Pivot Weldment
Cable Clamp 5/16"
Eyebolt 5/8" x 11"
5/8" Non-lock Nut
Cable Clamp 3/8"
03620A1
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR TRUSS - CONT.
DISCHARGE SPOUT AND PULLEY
WIPER AND SKIRTING ASSEMBLY
1. Fasten the rubber wiper (1023845) and wiper mount
bracket (1024162) to the wiper mount bar located
across the discharge end of the discharge housing
assembly Use four 1/4" x 1" long hex head
capscrews with flat washers, lockwashers and nonlock nuts. NOTE: The rubber wiper should be
sandwiched in between the wiper mount bracket
and the wiper mount bar. The wiper mount bar is
slotted so that the rubber wiper can be adjusted to
make contact with the conveyor belt as it wraps
around the head pulley. Fold the rubber wiper back
away from the discharge opening.
2. Fasten the two discharge side skirt rubbers
(1026225) to the sides of the discharge housing.
Use two 1/4" x 1" long bolts with flat washers, lock
washers and nuts to fasten to the holes of the angle
brackets in front of the head pulley and use two
1/4" x 3/4" long self tapping metal screws and flat
washers to attach to the hole in the side of the
formed bottom panel of the housing. The skirt
rubbers should lay on top of the conveyor belt.
1026225
DISCHARGE SIDE
SKIRT RUBBER
1/4” x 3/4” SELF TAPPING
METAL SCREW AND
FLAT WASHER
1026225
DISCHARGE SIDE
SKIRT RUBBER
BOLT 1/4” x 1” WITH
FLAT WASHER
LOCKWASHER AND NUT
DISCHARGE HOUSING
(Remove Cover for Access)
1023845
RUBBER
BELT WIPER
6/07
1024162
WIPER MOUNT
BRACKET
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Page 37
DISCHARGE SPOUT AND PULLEY
WIPER AND SKIRTING ASSEMBLY
3. Position the spout on the discharge housing and
fasten with six 3/8" x 1" long bolts, flat washers
and locknuts.
DISCHARGE
HOUSING
1026402
PLASTIC
DISCHARGE
SPOUT
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
WIND GUARDS
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 39
FOR 35’ MODEL
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS ON PAGE 40
FOR 45’ MODEL
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
IMPORTANT: Although the wind guards protect
the belt from adverse effect of the weather and
improve operation, they also serve as a safety
shield to keep anyone from inadvertently
coming in contact with the moving return belt.
All wind guards should be in place anytime the
conveyor is operating.
1. Remove the wind guard panels from the wind guard
bundle(s) and lay them out along side the conveyor
per the appropriate drawing. The items noted as
NS (near side) go on the right hand side of the
conveyor and the items noted as FS (far side) go
on the left hand side of the conveyor.
3. Bolt the bottom flanges of each right hand wind
guard to its adjoining left hand wind guard using
1/4" x 3/4" hex head capscrews with lock washers,
flat washers and hex nuts.
4. Install the upper set of wind guards. Using 1/4" x
3/4" (grade 5) hex head capscrews with lock
washers and hex nuts, fasten the wind guards to
the appropriate support structure. The support
structures are the inlet assembly, the discharge
assembly, and the return roll supports.
5. Bolt the top flanges of each right hand wind guard
to its adjoining left hand wind guard using 1/4" x
3/4" hex head capscrews with lock washers, flat
washers and hex nuts.
6. Mount the red reflective decal bracket (Item 13 on
35’ or Item 18 on 45’) to one of the bottom flange
bolts on a section of wind guard. The red decal
should be visible when looking from discharge end
toward inlet end of conveyor. Mount to the upper
end of the second wind guard panel on the 35’
model and to the upper end of the third wind guard
panel on the 45’ model.
2. Install the lower set of wind guards first. Using 1/4"
x 3/4" (grade 5) hex head capscrews with lock
washers and hex nuts, fasten the wind guards to
the appropriate support structure. The support
structures are the inlet assembly, the discharge
assembly, and the return roll supports.
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Page 39
WIND GUARDS - CONT.
35’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026115
1026116
1026360
1026362
1026361
1026363
1026117
1026113
1026114
1026403
1026404
1026112
1025462
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard (Mayrath)
Wind Guard (Hutch)
Wind Guard (Mayrath)
Wind Guard (Hutch)
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Mounting Bracket w/Red Reflective Decal
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
WIND GUARDS - CONT.
45’ MODEL
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
Ref.
1026115
1026116
1026580
1026568
1026561
1026562
1026117
1026113
1026570
1026581
1026569
1026565
1026566
1026573
1026574
1026112
1025462
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
Discharge Assembly
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard (Mayrath)
Wind Guard (Hutch)
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Wind Guard
Mounting Bracket w/Red Reflective Decal
03622A1
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 41
BELT CONVEYOR
UNDERCARRIAGE
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.“
1. Slide the hub and spindle assembly in the
undercarriage axle and secure with a 1/2" (grade
5) hex head capscrew and nylon locknut. The bolt
length is 3-1/2" for 35’ models and 4-1/2" for 45’
models.“
2. Secure tires and rims to hubs with four lug bolts on
35’ models or five lug nuts on 45’ models.
3. Slide an undercarriage pivot plate over each end of
the pivot tube on the inlet/drive assembly. NOTE:
On the left end of the pivot tube, install a 3/8" x
3-1/2" bolt through the tube and secure with a 3/8"
locknut.
4. Position undercarriage weldment directly under the
conveyor tube with axle centered on conveyor tube.
5. Fasten each lower arm of the undercarriage to one
of the pivot plates with three 1/2" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) bolts and lock nuts.
6. Install the spacer tube through the tube of the upper
pivot weldment.
7. Lift the conveyor assembly with a hoist high enough
to line up the spacer tube of the upper pivot and
the yoke of this push rod. IMPORTANT: Only lift
the conveyor at a point near the center where the
main truss stand is located. Use a chain hoist or
other safe suitable means. DO NOT lift the entire
weight of the conveyor from the extreme end.
8. Rotate the push rod portion of the undercarriage
weldment around the axle and slide the tubes in or
out, as required to align the mounting holes in the
push rod yoke with the hole in the spacer tube that
was inserted in the upper pivot weldment.
UPPER PIVOT
WELDMENT
SLIDE PIVOT PLATE
OVER EACH END OF
PIVOT TUBE
INSTALL SPACER TUBE
THROUGH PIVOT PIPE
PIVOT TUBE ON
INLET/DRIVEHOUSING
LIFT HERE
LOWER ARM OF
UNDERCARRIAGE
WELDMENT
PUSH ROD YOKE
OF UNDERCARRIGE
ALIGN YOKE HOLES WITH SPACER
TUBE IN PIVOT WELDENT AND
INSTALL 1” x 24” PIVOT BOLT & NUT
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BELT CONVEYOR
UNDERCARRIAGE - CONT.
9. Mount the K2550 winch assembly to the 3"
square frame tube on the left side of the
undercarriage push rod assembly. Use one
3/8" x 4" (grade 5) bolt and two 3/8" x 1"
(grade 5) bolts with flat washers and locknuts.
10. Install cable pulleys to each end of the undercarriage
push rod assembly. The two upper pulleys are mounted
with 1/2" x 2" lg. bolts and locknuts. A 1" O.D. x 9/16"
long bushing should be installed in each of the pulley
bores. The two lower cable pulleys are mounted with a
1/2" x 3" lg. bolt and locknut. A 1" O.D. x 1-9/16" long
bushing should be installed in the bore of the pulley. In
addition, use three 2-1/8" O.D. flat washers (one
between the two pulleys and one on the outside of
each pulley).
CABLE PULLEY MOUNT
WITH 1” O.D. x 9/16” LG.
BUSHING AND 1/2” x 2” LG.
BOLT AND LOCKNUT
TOP VIEW
CABLE PULLEY MOUNT
WITH 1” O.D. x 9/16” LG.
BUSHING AND 1/2” x 2” LG.
BOLT AND LOCKNUT
PUSH ROD
ASSEMBLY
WINCH MOUNT
LOCATION
CABLE TIE
LOOP
AXLE
TUBE
AS VIEWED FROM
REAR OF CONVEYOR
TWO CABLE PULLEYS MOUNT WITH
1” O.D. x 1-9/16” LG. BUSHING AND
1/2” x 3” LG. BOLT AND LOCKNUT.
INSTALL ONE 2-1/8” O.D. WASHER
BETWEEN THE PULLEYS AND ONE
ON THE OUTSIDE OF EACH PULLEY
BOTTOM VIEW
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Page 43
BELT CONVEYOR
UNDERCARRIAGE - CONT.
11. Align slot of handle with flat portion of winch pinion
shaft. Use hex nut to hold handle in place and
tighten securely. For additional winch information,
follow the instructions and precautions listed in
the material supplied with the winch from the
manufacturer.
HANDLE
HEX
NUT
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT REMOVE
THSE HEX NUTS
12. Attach 1/4" lift cable to winch drum so cable will
wrap under winch drum when turning handle in a
clockwise direction. From inside of drum, insert
the cable through one round hole in the drum side,
until it extends 1" past the two square holes. Next
clamp the cable to the outside of the drum with
the cable keeper, using two 3/16" x 3/4" carriage
bolts, lock washers and nuts. Be sure that the
carriage bolt heads are on the inside of the drum.
3/16” x 3/4”
CARRIAGE
BOLT
TOWARD UPPER
CABLE PULLEYS
CABLE ROUTE
UNDER THE DRUM
CABLE
KEEPER
NUT
3 WRAPS
MINIMUM
LOCKWASHER
CAUTION: The rope keeper alone will not hold
the weight of the auger. There should be enough
cable so that when the auger is all the way down,
there are at least (3) turns of cable on the winch
drum. Never let the cable all the way out. Always
keep a minimum of three (3) turns of cable on
the winch drum. If there are not (3) turns of cable
around the winch drum when the auger is fully
lowered, then the cable must be replaced with a
longer cable.
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Page 44
BELT CONVEYOR
UNDERCARRIAGE - CONT.
13. Route the winch cable through the notch in the
side of the push rod pulley mount bracket and
around the first cable pulley. This is the one pulley
that sets perpendicular to the conveyor center
line. From this pulley, route the cable down and
around the first pulley at the lower end of the push
rod assembly. Enter this pulley on the back side
of the pulley (toward discharge end) and exit this
pulley on the front side. From here, route the
cable up and around the remaining top pulley on
the push rod assembly. Enter this pulley on the
front side of the pulley (toward inlet end) and exit
this pulley on the back side. From here, route the
cable back down and around the other pulley at
the bottom of the push rod assembly. Enter this
pulley from the back side of the pulley (toward
discharge end) and exit this pulley from the front
side.
PULLEY
PULLEY
CABLE TIE LOOP
(WELDED TO PUSH
ROD ASSEMBLY)
CABLE
CLAMPS
CABLE
WINCH
DRUM
PULLEY
PULLEY
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Page 45
BELT CONVEYOR
UNDERCARRIAGE - CONT.
13. Extend the cable on up and around the cable tie
loop welded to the top of the push rod assembly
Fasten the cable with two 1/4" cable clamps. It
is important that the cable clamps are installed
with the u-bolt part of the clamps against the
loose end of the cable. Tighten clamps securely.
Wind slack cable onto winch.
CABLE U-BOLTS
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INLET BELT SKIRTING
1. Pre-assemble the skirt rubbers to the left and right skirt bracket weldments using sixteen 1/4” x 3/4” long
hex head self tapping scres and flat washers.
1026243
SKIRT RUBBER
TOP VIEW
1026249
BRACKET
FASTEN WITH 1/4” x 3/4”
SELF TAPING SCREW
AND FLAT WASHER (TYP.)
1026242
SKIRT
RUBBER
1026248
BRACKET
FRONT VIEW
LEFT SKIRT BRACKET
RIGHT SKIRT BRACKET
2. Mount the left and right skirt bracket weldments to the inside of the inlet/drive housing using two 5/16” x
3/4” long (grade 5) bolts, flat washers and lockwashers for each.
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Page 47
INLET BELT SKIRTING - CONT.
3. Install the two inlet side rubber skirts (Part No.
1026229) on top the lower belt at the inlet. The
ends of the skirts with the single hole mount to the
tabs in the corner of the inlet housing with 1/4" x
3/4" long (grade 5) bolts and locknuts. The two
center holes in each skirt rubber should align with
the 13/64” holes in the formed inlet bottom. Align
the holes in the skirts and secure to bottom with
1/4" x 3/4" long hex head self tapping screws with
flat washers.
4. Mount the brush flight mount weldment (Part No.
1032175) to the nuts welded to the cross bar
of the inlet housing with two (2) 3/8" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) bolts and flat washers. Space the wiper
sub-assembly off the cross bar with two 1/2” hex
nuts.
5. Clamp the boot intake guard weldment (Part No.
1026374) to the pulley cover weldment (Part No.
1026261) using two 3/16" cable clamps and 1/4"
lock nuts (discard the two regular 1/4" nuts that
come with the cable clamp.
6. Fasten the skirt rubber (Part No. 1026230) to the
pulley cover weldment with three 5/16" x 3/4" long
(grade 5) bolts with locknuts.
1026374
BOOT INTAKE
GUARD
WELDMENT
1026261
PULLEY COVER
WELDMENT
3/16” CABLE CLAMP
(USE 1/4” LOCKNUTS)
5/16” x 3/4”
BOLTS
1026230
SKIRT RUBBER
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
PULLEY COVER, LATCH
BRACKET AND FEEDER WINCH
MOUNT
1. Fasten pulley cover and boot intake guard assembly
to the inlet/drive assembly side panels with two
5/16" wing nuts and flat washers.
2. Fasten the latch bracket weldment to the inlet/
drive assembly side panels with two 1/2" x 1-1/4"
long (grade 5) bolts and locknuts.
FEEDER WINCH MOUNT LOCATION
NOTE: ON RIGHT SIDE OF CONVEYOR
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Page 49
PULLEY COVER, LATCH
BRACKET AND FEEDER
WINCH MOUNT - CONT.
3. Flip the boot intake guard up and over the tabs of
the lift bracket and install the 1/2" x 3 1/8" long
washer head pin and 3/32" x 2" long hair pin to
hold the guard up and out of the way for now.
4. Install the winch mount weldment to the inlet/drive
assembly side panels with four 1/2" x 1 1/4" long
(grade 5) bolts and locknuts.“
5. Bolt the winch to the winch mount with three 3/8" x
1" long (grade 5) bolts with flat washers and lock
nuts.
1/2” NYLON LOCKNUT
IMPORTANT: USE LOCKNUT AND
TIGHTEN SO BUSHING WILL NOT
TURN AGAINST THE CLEVIS
PLATES. TORQUE TO 80 FT./LB.
6. Connect winch handle to winch. Refer to the
instructions provide with the winch for proper
installation.
7. Assemble the 3" diameter cable pulley between
the two clevis pulley side straps using a 1/2" x 2"
long (grade 5) bolt and locknut. Position the
1" O.D. x 9/16" long bushing inside the pulley bore.
Hook the pulley side straps over the anchor rod on
the side of the winch mount weldment. After the
locknut is tightened, check to see that the clevis
plates are captured on the anchor rod and cannot
come off.
FLAT
WASHER
PULLEY
5/8” LONG
BUSHING
FLAT
WASHER
1/2” x2” LONG
(GRADE 5)
HEX HEAD
CLEVIS
PLATE
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FEEDER BELT DRIVE SHEAVE
2. Remove the 3/4” x 7” long bolt & hex nut from the
belt tensioner assembly. Insert the bolt through
the adjusting bracket on the conveyor side panel.
(For Hydraulic Motor Driven
Feeder - Omit this section)
1. Using the 1-1/4" bore SDS QD type bushing, install
the 6.8" pitch diameter belt sheave on the shaft of
the lower belt tail pulley. Leave loose for now, as it
will be aligned with the sheave on the feeder
conveyor later. Make certain the 1/4" x 2" long key
is installed in keyway.
3. Install the square tube of the belt tensioner assembly
through the square holes in the guide bracket.
4. Install the 3/4” hex nut onto the bolt and thread the
bolt into the end of the tensioner assembly. NOTE:
The belt will be installed later and the tensioner
adjusted at that time.
LOWER BELT
TAIL PULLEY
TOP VIEW
1032107
BELT TENSIONER
ASSEMBLY
3/4” x 7” LONG BOLT
ADJUSTING BRACKET
SHEAVE
GUIDE BRACKET
3/4” HEX NUT
BELT TENSIONER
PULLEY
RIGHT SIDE
VIEW
3266A1
QD SHEAVE
2B 6.8”
3076A1
SDS QD BUSHING
1.25” BORE
12/07
NOTE: USE 1/4”
SQUARE x 2” LONG
KEY
03634A2
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 51
HITCH TUBE AND MOUNT
1. Install hitch mount weldment to mounting plates
on inlet/drive housing. Use six 5/8" x 2-1/2" bolts
with locknuts for the front mounts and four 1/2" x
2" bolts with flat washers and locknuts for the back
mounts.
2. Install the hitch tube weldment into the hitch mount.
Align the holes closest to the end of the hitch tube
with the inside hole in the plates of the hitch mount
and install a 1" diameter x 5-1/2" long pin through
plates and tube. Secure 1" pin with two hair pin
clips. Rotate the hitch tube on the pin just installed
until the lower set of outer holes in the hitch mount
plates align. Insert another 1’ diameter pin through
the plates and hitch tube to secure the tube. Install
hair pin clips to secure pin in place.
HITCH
MOUNT
HITCH
TUBE
TOP
VIEW
1026104
1” x 5 1/2” LONG
HITCH PINS
SECURE WITH
HAIR PIN CLIPS
RIGHT SIDE
VIEW
1026067
HITCH TUBE
WELDMENT
12/07
1026068
HITCH MOUNT
WELDMENT
5/8” x 2 1/2”
LONG BOLTS
1/2” x 2 1/2”
LONG BOLTS
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
FEEDER CONVEYOR BELT
1. Set the feeder conveyor housing on a pair of
sawhorses.
3. Leave the belt loose until the feeder conveyor has
been installed onto the main conveyor.
2. Route the feeder conveyor belt around the pulleys
that are pre-assembled in the feeder housing
assembly. See belt path diagram below. Pull belt
ends together and connect the splice. Refer to Step
7 on page 40 on main belt assembly.
NOTE: THE DIRECTION OF
CRESCENTS ON ROUGH
SIDE OF BELT TO BE AS SHOWN
BELT
SPLICE
BELT
TOP VIEW
4” WINGED
TAKE-UP
PULLEY
3-1/2” DIA. HOLD
DOWN ROLLER
TRAVEL
BELT PATH
SLIDE TAKE-UP PULLEY
COMPLETELY IN
4” DIA. LAGGED
HEAD PULLEY
2-1/4” DIA.
SNUB ROLLER
MAKE CERTAIN BELT
STAYS ON TOP OF THIS PANEL
FEEDER CONVEYOR
SIDE VIEW
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 53
FEEDER CONVEYOR SKIRTING
AND HOPPER PANELS
1. Lay the side skirt rubbers (Part No 1027693) in the hopper and secure to hopper with the side hold down
panels (Part No. 1025918) and 5/16" x 1" long carriage bolts and locknuts. Use the right and left hand skirt
hold down brackets (Part Nos. 1026311 and 1026312 respectively) to clamp the discharge end of the side
skirt rubbers to the hopper. Use 5/16” x 3/4” long bolts with flat washers to fasten these hold down
brackets.
2. Bolt the end skirt rubbers (Part No. 1027694) to the end of the hopper using 5/16” x 3/4” long bolts with flat
washers.
1025918
SIDE HOLD
DOWN PANEL
1025919
END HOLD
DOWN PANEL
1026284
FEEDER DISCHARGE
SKIRT RUBBER
1026312
SKIRT HOLD DOWN
BRACKET (LEFT)
1027693
SIDE SKIRT
RUBBER
1027694
END SKIRT
RUBBER
TOP
VIEW
1026282
END SKIRT
RUBBER
1027694
END SKIRT
RUBBER
1027693
SIDE SKIRT
RUBBER
1025918
SIDE HOLD
DOWN PANEL
1026311
SKIRT HOLD DOWN
BRACKET (RIGHT)
1026284
FEEDER DISCHARGE
SKIRT RUBBER
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FEEDER CONVEYOR SKIRTING
AND HOPPER PANELS - CONT.
3. Fasten the right and left hand hopper side panels (Part Nos. 1025915 and 1025916 respectively) to the side
skirt rubbers (Part No. 1027693) with 5/16” x 1” long carriage bolts and locknuts. Use side straps (Part No.
1026398) between skirt rubber and locknuts.
1025916
HOPPER SIDE
PANEL (LEFT)
1025915
HOPPER SIDE
PANEL (RIGHT)
5/16” x 1” LONG
CARRIAGE BOLTS
(TYPICAL)
1025918
SIDE HOLD DOWN PANEL
(TYPICAL BOTH SIDES)
1027693
SIDE SKIRT RUBBER
(TYPICAL BOTH SIDES)
5/16” LOCKNUTS
(TYPICAL)
REF. CONVEYOR
BELT
CROSS SECTION
LOOKING TOWARD DISCHARGE
1025917
HOPPER END
PANEL
1026399
END STRAP
1026282
END SKIRT
RUBBER
1025919
END HOLD
DOWN PANEL
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
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FEEDER CONVEYOR SKIRTING
AND HOPPER PANELS - CONT.
4. Lay the end skirt rubber (Part No. 1026282) in the
hopper and secure to hopper with end hold down
panel (Part No. 1025919) and 5/16" x 1" long
carriage bolts and locknuts.
5. Fasten the hopper end panel (Part No. 1025917) to
the end skirt rubber (Part No. 1026282) with 5/16"
x 1" long carriage bolts and locknuts. Use end
strap (Part No. 1026399) between skirt rubber and
locknuts.
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6. Fasten the hopper corner skirt rubbers (Part No.
1026283) to each of the hopper side panels. Also,
fasten a piece of 3/16" link chain to the side panels.
Use 5/16" x 1" long bolts with locknuts for the skirt
rubber attachment and 5/16" x 1 1/4" long bolts
with flat washers and locknuts for the chain and
top skirt mount hole. NOTE: Put chains on bottom
(outside) surface of side panels.
7. Fasten a piece of the 3/16" link chain to the front of
each hopper side panel using 5/16" x 1 1/4" long
bolts with flat washers and locknuts. NOTE: Put
chain on top (inside) surface of side panels.
8. Fasten the discharge skirt rubbers (Part No.
1026284) to the top of the right and left hand skirt
hold down brackets (Part Nos. 1026311 and
1026312, respectively) using 5/16" x 3/4" bolts with
flat washers and locknuts. (See page 58.)
1026368
3/16” LINK CHAIN
(TYPICAL FOUR
CORNERS)
1026283
HOPPER CORNER
SKIRT RUBBER
1025916
HOPPER
SIDE PANEL
TOP
VIEW
1025917
HOPPER
END PANEL
1026283
HOPPER
CORNER
SKIRT
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HOPPER SIDE
PANEL
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
HOPPER LIFT BRACKET
AND FLOW CONTROL
1. Fasten the hopper lift bracket (Part No. 1026049)
to the head frame of the feeder belt conveyor. Use
four 1/2" x 1 1/4" long bolts with locknuts on the
sides and two 3/8" x 1 1/4" long bolts with flat
washers and locknuts on the top.
3. Slide slots in flow control panel (Part No. 1026273)
over the bolts extending from the hopper lift bracket
and secure in place with two 3/8" locknuts and flat
washers. Height adjustment is discussed in the
operating section of the manual.
2. Spread the open end of the 1/4" cable thimble apart
slightly and install in hole of hopper lift bracket.
4. Raise hopper side panels slightly and hook front
set of 3/16" link chains into slots on hopper lift
bracket.
5. Lift the hopper end panel up and hook the rear set
of adjusting chains into the slots in the end panel.
Make sure the corner skirt rubbers fold in and set
on the top of the hopper end panel.
1/4” CABLE
THIMBLE
1026273
FLOW CONTROL
PANEL
1026049
HOPPER LIFT
BRACKET
DIMENSIONS SHOW
FLOW CONTROL PANEL
DISTANCE OFF BELT
FEEDER CONVEYOR
HEAD FRAME
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
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FEEDER BELT TO MAIN
BELT CONNECTION
1. To install the feeder conveyor onto the main conveyor, it is first necessary to remove the bearing, bearing
push plate (non drive side only), cover plate and pivot plate from each end of the feeder belt conveyor head
pulley shaft.
HEAD PULLEY
SHAFT
PIVOT PLATE
(NEAR SIDE)
COVER PLATE
(NEAR SIDE)
1-1/4” BEARING
(NEAR SIDE)
HEAD PULLEY
PIVOT PLATE (5” DIA.)
(FAR SIDE)
COVER PLATE (6-1/4” DIA.)
(FAR SIDE)
BEARING PUSH PLATE
(FAR SIDE)
1” BEARING
(FAR SIDE)
2. Position feeder belt conveyor so that the head pulley shaft of feeder conveyor enters the pivot opening on the
inlet/drive assembly housing. NOTE: The head frame of the feeder conveyor goes on the inside of the inlet/
drive frame side panels. It is helpful to have two or three people to complete this step.
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FEEDER BELT TO MAIN
BELT CONNECTION - CONT.
3. While holding the head pulley shaft centered in the
pivot opening on the inlet/drive housing slide the
pivot plate over the head shaft and insert into the
pivot opening. With the pivot plate in place, slide
the cover plate, bearing push plate and bearing over
the pulley shaft and secure tightly in place with the
bearing bolts. (See previous page.)
4. Connect one end of each intake guard lift bar (Part
No. 1026400) to the bolts welded to the sides of
the guard with two 3/8" locknuts.“
5. Connect the other end of each intake guard lift bar
to the upper bearing mount bolt for the snub pulley
of the feeder belt conveyor. Use 3/8" locknuts.
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6. Tension the conveyor belt of the feeder conveyor by
tightening the two 1/2" all thread bolts attached to
the bearing take-up plates at the end of the
conveyor. Each bolt should be tightened equally.
7. Wrap the 1/4" x 9’ cable around the cable thimble
that was installed on the hopper lift bracket earlier.
Clamp cable end with two 1/4" cable clamps.
8. Route the cable around the 3" cable pulley attached
to the winch mount tube and connect to drum of
winch. Fasten cable end to edge of drum with the
keeper kit provided.
9. Raise the feeder to the transport position and install
the latch pin through the hopper lift bracket and
the latch bracket.
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FEEDER BELT TO MAIN
BELT CONNECTION - CONT.
10.Using the 1-1/4" bore SDS QD type bushing, install
the 6.0" pitch diameter belt sheave on the end of
the head pulley shaft of the feeder conveyor. NOTE:
The 6.8" drive sheave was installed earlier. See
page 50. Make certain the 1/4" x 2" long key is
installed in keyway.
11.Install the banded 2B-41 V-belt onto the sheaves.
Note the belt runs on the inside of the idler pulley.
13.Tighten the tensioning bolt of the belt tensioner
until the V-belt is tight.
14.Slide belt guard over sheave and secure to inlet/
drive housing. Use a 5/16” flat washer and locknut
to secure to threaded stud at front of guard. Use a
5/16” x 3/4” long bolt and lockwasher to secure to
nut welded on back side of the idler guide bracket
on inlet/drive housing side panel.
12.Place a straight edge across the outer surfaces of
the sheaves and align them. Tighten the bolts of
the QD sheave bushings and tighten the bushing
setscrews over the keys.
1029095
BELT
GUARD
HEAD SHAFT
OF FEEDER
CONVEYOR
QD SHEAVE 2B 6.0”
SDS QD BUSHING
1-1/4” BORE
BELT
TENSIONER
PULLEY
THREADED STUD
FOR BELT GUARD
MOUNT
TENSIONING
BOLT
QD SHEAVE
2B 6.8”
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BANDED BELT
2B-41
ONE REQUIRED
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
DRIVE BELT
GUARD ASSEMBLY
1. Mount the belt guard (Part No. 1030433) to the left side of the inlet/drive assembly. The guard mounts to four
threaded studs on the housing side panel. Use 5/16" locknuts and flat washers.
2. Install manual canister into holder on top of belt guard.
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PTO DRIVE ASSEMBLY
1. Mount the u-joint shield to the mounting plate
directly above the drive pulley shaft using 5/16" x
3/4" long bolts with lockwashers and non-lock nuts.
2. Connect the 1-1/2” bore diameter end of the PTO
driveline to the drive pulley shaft. Use the 3/8" x 2"
long square key.
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3. Mount the PTO transport bracket to the end of the
undercarriage mount tube and clamp in place using
the clamp band and two 5/16" x 1 1/2" long bolts
and non-lock nuts.
4. Set PTO driveline into PTO transport bracket and
install the PTO transport keeper pin.
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ELECTRIC DRIVE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
2. Align the four holes of the lower support members
of the motor mount support with the holes in the
side panels of the inlet/drive housing. Fasten with
four 1/2" x 1 1/4" long bolts with locknuts.
1. Position motor mount support (Part No. 1026419)
onto inlet/drive housing. Remove the back two bolts
that secure that winch mount weldment to the inlet
drive side panels and bolt the front holes of the
motor mount support at this location also. Use
the existing bolts.
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ELECTRIC DRIVE ASSEMBLY CONT.
3. Set the motor mount plate down inside the motor
mount support and align the pivot shaft holes in
each. Install the pivot shaft through the holes and
install 3/16" x 1 1/2" long cotter pin in each end to
secure it in place.
7. Install the belt guard (Part No. 1030405) to the
brackets just installed. Use four 5/16" x 1" long
bolts with locknuts and flatwashers. NOTE: The
brackets will require two flatwashers per bolt (one
inside and one outside).
4. Thread the two adjusting bolts up through the nuts
in the top of the motor mount support until they
extend two to three inches above the top of the
support (final adjustment will be done after installing
motor and belts.)
8. Fasten the back of the belt guard to the motor
mount support with a 5/16" x 1" long bolt, two flat
washers and one locknut.
NOTE: Install a 3/4" non-lock nut on the top side of
each adjusting bolt. These will be used to lock the
adjusting bolts in place once belts have been
tensioned.
9. Using the 1 1/2" bore QD type bushing, install the
20.0" pitch diameter belt sheave on the end of the
drive pulley shaft of the inlet/drive assembly. Make
certain the 3/8" x 3" long key is installed in the
keyway.
5. Install the upper belt guard bracket (Part No.
1026482) on the top right hand side of the motor
mount support. Use two 5/16" x 1" long bolts with
flat washers and lock nuts.
6. Install lower belt guard bracket (Part No. 1030424)
to the mounting plate directly above the drive pulley
shaft using 5/16” x 1” long bolts with lockwashers,
flatwashers and non-lock nuts.
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ELECTRIC DRIVE ASSEMBLY - CONT.
11. Install the appropriate sized electric motor onto the motor mount plate. NOTE: Motor is not furnished. See
motor mount plate detail drawing and location table for proper placement of motor. IMPORTANT: Use the
proper size and speed motor to ensure satisfactory conveyor operation. See electric motor information
listed in operating procedures section on page 15 of this manual.
MOTOR MOUNT HOLE LOCATION - (Reference Motor Mount Plate Detail Drawing.)
MOTOR MOTOR
SIZE
FRAME
HP
SIZE
BOLT
DIA.
REQ’D. A1 A2 A3
*
*
*
A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8
20
256T
1/2"
*
25
284T
1/2"
*
*
30
286T
1/2"
*
*
40
324T
5/8"
*
*
50
326T
5/8”
*
*
60
364T
5/8”
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
12. Install the appropriate motor sheave on the motor shaft. NOTE: Motor sheave is not furnished. IMPORTANT:
Use the proper size motor sheave as specified in operating procedures section on page 15 of this manual.
13. Align the motor sheave with the driven sheave by placing a straight edge across the edges of the sheaves
When aligned, tighten the setscrews to hold sheaves firmly on the shafts.
14. Install drive belts and tighten them by adjusting the threaded rods up against the bottom of the motor
mount plate. Once belts are tensioned properly, use the 3/4" hex nuts on the threaded rod to secure
it tightly against the motor mount support.
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CONVEYOR BELT TENSION
AND TRAINING
IMPORTANT: If the conveyor belt is installed correctly
and trained properly, it will run straight and true.
Training is the process of adjusting pulleys and rollers
to get the belt to track down the center of the conveyor.
If the belt is not properly trained, it may work its way
off the end of a pulley and cause damage to the belt.
IMPORTANT: Belt tracking during the first few minutes
of operation is critical. It is a good idea to run the belt
at slow speeds (PTO models) or by stopping and
starting (electric models) to prevent belt damage if
the belt mistracks rapidly. Once the belt appears to
be tracking using this procedure increase the speed
until it is running at operating conditions. Make sure
the belt is tracking properly before attempting to convey
material. Check the belt frequently during the first 10
hours of operation. After 10 hours, the belt is normally
seated and will need less frequent checking.
1. For initial operation, all rotating parts (head pulley,
drive pulley, take-up pulley, tail pulley and return
belt rollers) must be at a 90° angle to the direction
of belt travel and should be level.
IMPORTANT: If there is too much tension on the
conveyor belt, it will be more difficult to train the belt
and may shorten the life of the belt. It is best to leave
the drive pulley at 90° to the belt travel and make
training adjustments with the other pulleys, if possible.
The arrows in the diagram on the following page show
probable direction of belt movement for various
movements of the head and tail pulleys. Example: If
the right end of the tail pulley is moved to tighten the
belt, the belt should move over toward the left end of
the tail pulley. Also, notice belt movement vs. takeup pulley movement. Experience has shown that the
take-up pulley will need to be moved opposite of the
general rule for the head and tail pulleys, i.e. tighten
the side to which you want the belt to move toward.
NOTE: It is normal for some of the rubber material
that forms the crescent shaped cleats at the edges of
the belts to wear off during the first hour or so of
operation. This is due to the tightness of the belt seals
at the inlet and discharge of the conveyor. Run the
conveyor empty and catch this material at the
discharge and discard it if you don’t want it mixed
with your product.
2. Slight adjustment of pulleys may be required to
keep the belt centered on them. As a general rule,
the belt will track toward the loose side. Therefore,
if the belt runs to one side of the pulley, apply more
tension to this end of the pulley. This is done by
loosening the bearing bolts on the shaft end that is
to be moved and moving the bearing with the
adjustment bolt. Small movements (such as
1/16" to 1/8") are probably all that will be required.
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CONVEYOR BELT TENSION
AND TRAINING - CONT.
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CONVEYOR BELT TENSION
AND TRAINING - CONT.
3. Assuring that the return section of belts comes into the inlet/drive assembly, as nearly centered as possible
will make belt tracking around the other pulleys easier. If the belt is not tracking down the center of the
conveyor on the return path, it can be adjusted by moving the adjustable end bracket of the return roller
support to slightly angle the roller(s) relative to the belt. The following figure shows roller movement required
to cause the belt to move. It is best to start at the roller just before the belt enters the inlet/drive assembly.
It may be necessary to adjust additional rollers up the conveyor.
4. The inlet/drive assembly is equipped with four tappered guide rollers. There are two for the upper return belt
and two for the lower return belt. These rollers help to keep the belt tracking properly. Make certain the belt
is running between these rollers.
BELT
GUIDE
ROLLER
GUIDE
ROLLER
BELT
GUIDE
ROLLER
GUIDE
ROLLER
INLET/DRIVE ASSEMBLY
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT TENSION
AND TRAINING - CONT.
5. For the lower belt, the belt tension is adjusted by
tightening or loosening the take-up bolts, which
are attached to the take-up pulley bearings. The
bolts should be adjusted simultaneously the same
amount to keep the pulley located the same relative
to the belt. NOTE: There is a high and low tension
indicator built into the spring mount plate near each
take-up bolt spring. This indicator serves as a
reference device to let the operator know that the
tension is somewhere in the designed operating
range. The position of the 3/4" flat washer on the
end of the take-up springs relative to the “H” and
“L” indicators will serve as a guide to the belt
tension. The washer should be located somewhere
in this range and preferably nearer the “L” low
tension end. See figure on page 69. If slip occurs
under load, additional belt tension should be
applied by adjusting the spring tension enough to
prevent slip from occurring under load and during
belt start-up. It is very likely that one side of the
take-up will have to be tensioned more than the
other side to achieve proper belt tracking. NOTE:
For initial setting, tighten the springs so that they
are almost completely compressed. During the first
few revolutions of the belt the slack will be taken
up and then the springs will need to be readjusted.
6. If the edge of the belt tracks completely off one
side of a pulley, it will be necessary to loosen the
take-up adjusting bolts enough to remove all tension
from the belt so that is can be manually slid back
onto the center of the pulley. It is a good idea to
note the location of the take-up bearings before
loosening so that they can be returned to their
original position after moving the belt. Before
restarting the conveyor, make the appropriate
adjustments as recommended in Step 2 to correct
the tracking problem. It may take several attempts
to correct the tracking.
NOTE: If the belt has tracked off, monitor the nylon
pin of the belt splice to assure it is still properly
installed and centered in the splice. If not, loosen
the belt and center the pin in the splice. Retighten
belt. Reference Trouble Shooting section, item T
on page 74.
INLET DRIVE
HOUSING
LOWER BELT
TAKE-UP
ADJUSTING
BOLT
DRIVE PULLEY
BEARING
SNUB
PULLEY
BEARING
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CONVEYOR BELT TENSION
AND TRAINING - CONT.
7. The take-up adjusting bolts have two 3/4" hex nuts
at the outer ends. The inside nut is for adjusting
the take-up tension. The outside nut needs to be
snugged against the inside nut after making any
adjustments to assure that the take-up position is
maintained during operation.
NOTE: When training the belt, it is often helpful to
use a screw driver as a pry bar to compress or
decompress the tensioner springs to get a very
quick idea of what belt tracking results can be
expected before actually threading the adjusting
nuts in or out on the adjusting bolts.
HIGH SPRING
TENSION
INDICATOR
LOW SPRING
TENSION
INDICATIOR
TAKE-UP
ADJUSTING
BOLT
3/4” HEX NUTS
(Two)
3/4” FLAT
WASHER
UHMW
WASHER
COMPRESSION
SPRING
TYPICAL BOTH SIDES
OF CONVEYORS
8. For the upper belt, the tension is adjusted by
tightening or loosening the take-up bolts, which
are attached to the head pulley bearings located in
the discharge housing assembly. The bolts should
be adjusted simultaneously the same amount to
keep the pulley located the same relative to the
belt. If slip occurs under load, additional belt tension
should be applied by tightening the adjusting bolts.
NOTE: After the first few belt revolutions, the belt
will probably have to be retensioned to account for
slack that may have been in the belt.
UPPER BELT
TAKE-UP
ADJUSTING
BOLT
UPPER BELT
HEAD TAKE-UP
PULLEY BEARING
DISCHARGE
HOUSING
LOWER BELT
HEAD PULLEY
BEARING
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CONVEYOR BELT SPLICING
IMPORTANT: If the conveyor belt becomes damaged
for some reason, it may be possible to splice in a
section of replacement belt. However, if the damage
has occurred along a considerable length of the belt,
it may be better to replace the damaged belt with an
entire new belt. Splicing the belt does require a special
tool for installing the splice connectors to the belt
ends. Check to see if your dealer has this tool.
Replacement belting and splice kits are listed in the
parts section of this manual.
A. Prior to any work on the conveyor, make certain
that the power has been turned off and the belt is
“locked out”.
1. The manufacturer of the belt splice provides detailed
instructions with the splice kits, so refer to those
instructions.
D. Using a carpenter’s square, draw a line
perpendicular to your average center line across
the belt width.
2. The most critical step in installing the belt splice
will be to square the belt ends to be spliced.
Squaring the belt ends requires only a few minutes
and offers real paybacks in extending your belt
splice life. A splice that is applied on a belt that is
properly squared will have the tension evenly
distributed across the splice. Properly squared
splices are essential to good belt training. Following
these steps will help ensure that your belt is
properly squared.
E. Cut your belt on this line using a sharp knife.
B. Mark the actual center points on the belt width at
intervals of about 3 feet for a distance back from
the intended splice area of 15 to 20 feet.
C. Using a steel rule or chalk line, mark the average
center line though the points measured from Step
B.
CENTER CHALK LINE
(See Step C)
CENTER LINE MARKS
AT 3’ INTERVALS
(See Step B)
CARPENTER’S SQUARE
ALIGNED WITH BELT
CENTER LINE
(See Step D)
SQUARE CUT LINE
(See Step E)
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TO DEALER/ASSEMBLER
NOTICE
The assembly of the conveyor is complete if all the
applicable assembly steps in this manual have been
followed.
Before delivery to the owner, it is a good practice to
check the following.
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TO THE OWNER
Use the assembly instructions in this manual as a
reference to determine that the conveyor is assembled
properly.
Make certain that the maintenance schedule on page
21 is read and followed.
A. Be sure all safety shields and devices are installed
properly.
B. Check all safety decals to see if they are clean
and readable. If any are missing, damaged, painted
over, etc. replace them. See pages P-1 & P-2 for
safety sign location. Decals may be obtained from
your dealer, distributor or ordered from the factory.
C. Check all bolts and fasteners to see they are
tightened and secured properly.
D. Check that the Operator’s Manual container (with
Operator’s Manual inside) is installed in its holder
on the side of the conveyor inlet housing.
Deliver this Assembly and Operator’s Manual to the
owner, along with the conveyor.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INITIAL START-UP AND
TRACKING PROCEDURE FOR
SQUEEZE BELT®
PLEASE READ ALL THE PROCEDURES BEFORE
TRACKING THE CONVEYOR.
1. Check belt splices and make sure the middle splice
clip has been center punched to prevent the splice
cable from walking itself out of the splice clips.
(Refer to conveyor belt assembly and tensioning
instructions in the manual.)
2. Do a final walk around of the conveyor to check
that all the bolts are tight and components are
properly installed. Also, check for tools or any
other stray instruments that may have been left in
or on the conveyor before start-up.
3. Snug up feeder conveyor belt. See procedure 6
below.
4. Tighten bottom belt until the tension springs are
compressed. Then, start the converyor just for a
short length of time and retighten springs. You
may have to do this procedure a couple more times
until the belt gauge washers are properly set within
the tensioning gauge indicators. Always have the
conveyor running during all belt tensioning
procedures.
5. Once the bottom belt has been properly tensioned,
you should have enough friction on the tail pulley
to run the feeder conveyor belt. Make sure when
running the conveyor for an extended length of time,
that the feeder conveyor belt is also running.
6. Loosen feeder conveyor bearing bolts on the
adjustment bracket on the tail secton of the feeder
conveyor. This will allow you to tighten and track
the belt on the feeder conveyor tail pulley.
7. After tracking the feeder conveyor belt on the tail
pulley, turn your attention to the feeder conveyor
head pulley. To make adjustments, if needed,
loosen the left side adjustment bracket bolts only.
Then make your adjustment either forward or back
to track the belt. The left side is as seen looking
from intake toward discharge.
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8. Tighten the feeder conveyor bolts on the adjustment
bracket when the feeder conveyor belt has been
properly tracked and tightened.
9. Discharge section belt alignment procedure
(Steps 9 and 10.) Turn your attention to the
discharge section and tighten and align the top belt
using the take-up adjusting bolts. Tighten the top
belt until you have tension on the tightening nuts.
Make sure you align the belt on the pulley as you
tighten and then lock the two nuts together.
10. Take a 3/4” wrench and loosen the 1/2” nuts on
the adjustment bracket of the bottom belt head
pulley to make your belt alignment, if needed. You
should only have to loosen one bracket to properly
align the bottom belt. Tighten or loosen the
adjustment bolt to center the belt on the head
pulley. When you have properly aligned the bottom
belt on the head pulley, make sure you retighten
the adjustment bracket bolts.
11. Drive pulley alignment at intake end of top
belt. First check the top belt alignment guide
rollers and see which side the belt is traveling on
and determine the amount of belt tension on the
guide roller. There is too much tension if the belt
appears to be folding upward or downward at the
outer end of the belt against the guide roller. To
make the proper adjustment loosen the two 7/16”
bolts on the adjustment bracket of the pulley
bearing opposite the chain drive side and make
your adjustment with the adjustment bolt to center
the belt between the two guide rollers. Again,
make sure you tighten up the adjustment bracket
bolts. If that adjustment is not enough, then turn
your attention to the first return roller mount on
the conveyor. On one side of the return roller
mount, there is a return roller adjustment bracket
with slots bolted on with two 1/4” bolts. Loosen
the two 1/4” bolts and move the return roller either
forward or backwards to make your final
adjustment. This procedure should align the belt
between the two alignment rollers. (Refer to belt
tension and training section of manual.)
1026642-72
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 73
INITIAL START-UP AND
TRACKING PROCEDURE FOR
SQUEEZE BELT® - CONT.
12. Bottom belt tracking procedure at intake end.
At intake end, first check the bottom aligment
guide rollers to see which side the belt is traveling
on and determine the amount of tension on the
guide roller. If it’s too much to one side as
explained in procedure 11, then you must address
the position of the drive pulley. Use the bearing
adjustment bracket on the powered side of the
conveyor. (Right hand side as seen looking from
intake toward discharge.) Remove the PTO shield
and loosen the two 1/2” bolts. Adjust the pulley
by turning the adjustment bolt to the side that is
needed to make the proper alignment. Here again,
if that is not enough, turn your attention to the
nearest return roller mount to make your final
adjustment. Make sure you retighten the bolts
on the adjustment bracket.
13. The final adjustment, if needed, is at the lower
belt tail pulley at the intake end. This pulley
powers the feeder conveyor. Check the alignment
by looking into the pulley shaft access slots in
the conveyor intake side panels to see if the belt
if running in the center of the pulley. Make the
adjsutment on the left side of the conveyor and
with the bearing adjustment bracket. Again, be
sure to retighten the bolts.
14. Take a final walk around the conveyor with it
running. Make sure all bolts that were loosened
are re-tightened. Check your belt tension gauge
and belt splice cables. This should conclude the
start-up procedure.
6/07
1026642-73
Page 74
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM/CAUSE
For Solutions Refer to Answer
A. Belt runs off at tail pulley.
7
1
11
17
B. Belt runs to one side for long distance or entire length
of conveyor.
5
1
2
17
C. Particular section of belt runs to one side at all points
on conveyor.
3
4
D. Conveyor belt runs to one side at given point on structure.
1
2
16
25
E. Belt runs true when empty, crooked when loaded.
5
11
F. Belt slips.
12
11
G. Belt slips on starting
12
11
H. Grooving, gouging or stripping of top belt cover.
18
26
I. Severe pulley cover wear.
6
7
8
11
J. Belt covers harden or crack.
10
13
K. Belt cover swells in spots or streaks.
9
L. Excessive belt edge wear, broken edges.
5
15
4
17
14
11
M. Short breaks in carcass parallel to belt edge,
star breaks in carcass.
8
21
7
12
11
7
N. Belt ply separation.
10
O. Belt cupping-old belt (was OK when new).
9
10
P. Low conveyor capacity.
19
20
Q. Pulley drags or does not turn.
22
R. Conveyor lowering by itself (60’, 70’ & 90’models)
23
S. Conveyor will not raise or lower (60’, 70’ & 90’ models)
24
T. Nylon belt splice pin pulling out of belt splice.
27
6/07
6
25
1026642-74
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 75
CONVEYOR SYSTEM PROBLEMS/
CAUSE AND THEIR SOLUTIONS
1. Idlers or pulleys out of square with center line of
belt: Readjust idlers in affected area.
2. Conveyor frame or structure crooked: Straighten in
affected area.
3. Belt not joined squarely: Remove affected splice
and resplice.
4. Bowed belt: For new belt this condition should
disappear during break-in; in rare instances belt
must be straightened or replaced: Check storage
and handling of belt rolls.
15. Belt hitting conveyor structure.
16. Structure not level: Level structure in affected area.
17. Belt misalignment: See training recommendations.
18. Sharp edges of objects caught in inlet.
19. Low feeder conveyor belt speed.
20. Incorrect belt speed. Design capacity is at 1300
to 1400. See PTO or electric drive section of
manual.
5. Off-center loading or poor loading: Load on center
of belt; discharge material in direction of belt travel
at or near belt speed.
21. Loose electric motor drive belts.
6. Slippage on drive pulley: Increase tension through
screw take-up.
23. Hydraulic shut off valve not closed. Leak in hose
or fitting connection. (60’, 70’ & 90’ Models only)
7. Material spillage and build-up: Improve loading and
transfer conditions, improve maintenance.
24. Hydraulic shut-off valve not open. Hydraulic coupler
not properly connected at tractor. Tractor oil
reservoir level low. (60’, 70’ & 90’ Models only)
8. Material trapped between belt and pulley.
9. Spilled oil or grease: Improve Housekeeping.
22. Frozen bearings. Lubricate or replace.
25. Axle and intake assembly not level.
11. Screw take-up tension too light.
26. Skirt rubber wearing into crescents 1" to 2" from
the edges of the belts is a normal break end
process. If it continues to wear through to the
vinyl backing, then loosen the skirt board hold
downs.
12. Insufficient traction between belt and pulley: Adjust
tension.
27. Did not punch and smash the splice loop located
in the center of the splice. (See page 36.)
10. Heat or chemical damage: Use belt designed for
specific condition.
13. Improper storage or handling.
14. Belt improperly spliced.
6/07
1026642-75
Page P- 1
PARTS LIST
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
6/07
03667A1-A
1026642-P1
PARTS LIST
Page P- 2
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
6/07
03667A1-B
1026642-P2
Page P- 3
PARTS LIST
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
DA N
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DA N
CA UT
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DA N
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12/07
GER
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03664A2
1026642-P3
PARTS LIST
Page P- 4
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
(Refer to Page P-1 and P-2)
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1001973
QTY.
1
DESCRIPTION
CAUTION - GENERAL STATEMENTS 1-8
SIZE
4 3/4" x 8"
2
1026349
1
DANGER - BEWARE OF POWER LINES
4" x 8"
3
1005324
1
DANGER - “STOP”, IF ANY GUARDS, SHIELD. . .
4" x 6"
4
1026350
1
DANGER - UPENDING HAZARD
5
1001983
1
DANGER - ROTATING DRIVELINE
4" x 6 1/4"
6
1026341
1
PATENT NO.
1 1/4" x 4"
7
1026346
1
TRANSPORT PIN
2" x 5 1/2"
8
1026343
2
BELT TRACKING
4 1/2" x 2"
9
1026351
2
FEEDER HAZARD
4" x 8"
10
1026352
2
INTAKE HAZARD
4" x 8"
--
1021179
RED REFLECTIVE DECAL
(On back of Axles and Wind Skirt
reflector bracket)
2" x 9"
Req’d.
As
--
1021180
Req’d.
As
--
1021181
Req’d.
As
6/07
4 1/2" x 6 1/4"
YELLOW REFLECTIVE DECAL
(Along sides of Conveyor Housing)
2" x 9"
ORANGE FLUORESCENT DECAL
(On back of Axles)
2" x 9"
1026642-P4
Page P- 5
PARTS LIST
INLET/DRIVE COMPONENTS
12/07
03668A3
03670A1
03669A3 1026642-P5
PARTS LIST
Page P- 6
INLET/DRIVE COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
---24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
--
6/07
PART
NO.
1031300
1023717
1023737
1025765P
1029743
1023733
1029744
1025923
1023728
1029742
1023329
1023716
1023321
1025861
1030412
3072A1
1030413
1030416
1030415
1030414
1030433
1026178
1025893
1026002
1026107
1023322
1025862
1025860
1026182
1025920
1026187
1023727
1023980
1026037
1018619
DESCRIPTION
Drive Frame Weldment
Cross Plate
Threaded Rod 3/4" x 24" lg. w/Ret. Plt.
Spring 1-1/2" O.D. x 3/4" I.D. (painted) (two req’d.)
Bearing 1-1/4" Take-up
Shaft Take-up Pulley 1-1/4" x 24-1/4"
Bearing 1-3/4" 2-Bolt Flange
Shaft Drive Pulley 2" x 33" Turned
Bearing Push Plate
Bearing 1-1/4" 2-Bolt Flange
Roller 1.9" O.D. w/Hex Shaft & Bearings
Guide Bar f/Take-Up
Pulley, Take-Up 6" x 18" SF w/1-1/4" Bore
Pulley, Drive 10” x 18” CF w/2” Bore
Sprocket 29T 14mm pitch x 20mm wide
Bushing QD SK x 1-1/4” Bore
Sprocket 36T 14mm Pitch x 20mm wide
Bushing QD SF x 1-3/4” Bore
Idler Sprocket w/Bearing 30T 14mm pitch
Belt QT poly chain 14mm pitch x 2590mm P.L.
Belt Guard
Guide Roller Assembly
Guide Roller
Bearing 1/2" Bore
All Thread Bolt 1/2" x 6" long
Pulley, Drive 8" x 18" CF w/1-3/4" Bore
Pulley, Snub 4" x 18" SF w/1-1/4" Bore
Pulley, Tail 6" x 18" CF w/1-1/4" Bore
Shaft, Drive 1-3/4" x 29-1/8" Turned
Shaft, Tail 1 1/4" x 27-1 1/16”
Cover
Bearing Push Plate
Roller 1.9" O.D. w/Guide Washer
Winch Mount Weldment for Feeder (not shown)
Winch 1000 lbs. for Feeder Lift (not shown)
1026642-P6
Page P- 7
PARTS LIST
DISCHARGE ASSEMBLY
COMPONENTS
6/07
03672A1
1026642-P7
PARTS LIST
Page P- 8
DISCHARGE ASSEMBLY
COMPONENTS
06/07
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1026140
Discharge Housing Weldment
2
1025941
Cover Panel
3
1023323
Pulley, 8" x 18" CF w/2" Bore
4
1023329
Roller 1.9" O.D. w/Hex Shaft & Bearings
5
1029744
Bearing 1 3/4 Two Bolt Flanged
6
1023735
Shaft Head Pulley 2" x 25 5/16"
7
1023728
Bearing Push Plate
8
1029743
Bearing 1 1/4" Take-Up
9
1023733
Shaft Take-up 1 1/4"
10
1026157
Threaded Rod w/Retainer Plate
11
1029742
Bearing, 1 1/4" Two Bolt Flanged
12
1023979
Pulley, 6" x 18" CF w/1 1/4" Bore
13
1025862
Pulley, 4" x 18" SF w/1 1/4" Bore
14
1025868
Snub Roller Weldment
15
1025945
Take-Up Cross Plate
16
1029746
Bearing, 1" Two Bolt Flanged
17
1025975
Take-Up Guide Bar
18
1026226
Diverter Plate (Right Hand)
19
1026227
Diverter Plate (Left Hand)
20
1026228
Skirt End Mount Bracket
21
1023845
Rubber Belt Wiper
22
1024162
Wiper Mount Bracket
23
1026225
Discharge Side Skirt Rubber
24
1026402
Discharge Spout (Plastic)
1026642-P8
Page P- 9
PARTS LIST
MAIN CONVEYOR
COMPONENTS
(See Page P-10 for Parts Breakdown)
6/07
03673A1
1026642-P9
PARTS LIST
Page P-10
MAIN CONVEYOR
COMPONENTS
6/07
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1031299
2
1026141
Discharge Assembly
(See Pages P-7 & P-8 for Parts Breakdown)
3
1025963
Return Roll Support
4
1023329
Return Roller
5
106207-1
Half Band x 6" wide
6
5930A1
Half Band x 4" wide
7
--1025432-120
1026592-120
Conveyor Tube
f/35’ Models (10" dia. x 25’ long)
f/45’ Models (10" dia. x 35’ long)
8
1025637
Upper Pivot Weldment
DESCRIPTION
Inlet/Drive Assembly
(See Pages P-5 & P-6 for Parts Breakdown)
1026642-P10
Page P-11
PARTS LIST
BELTING COMPONENTS
6/07
03674A1
1026642-P11
PARTS LIST
Page P-12
BELTING COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
---
1026309
1026586
2
---
1026310
1026587
DESCRIPTION
Upper Conveyor Belting, 15" wide x length noted below,
Low Temp PVC, Black Crescent Top Cover w/Slider Bed Back,
RS125 Alligator Lacing installed both ends.
(Includes nylon covered hinge pin)
f/35’ Model; 68’-9” Belt Length
f/45’ Model; 88’-9" Belt Length
Lower Conveyor Belting, 15" wide x length noted below,
Low Temp PVC, Black Crescent Top Cover w/Slider Bed Back,
RS125 Alligator Lacing installed both ends.
(Includes nylon covered hinge pin)
f/35’ Model; 77’-6” Belt Length
f/45’ Model; 97’-6" Belt Length
3
1026308
--
1024743
4
1024218
1024215
Hinge Pin Kit, nylon covered steel cable x 15" long
Hinge Pin Material (per foot part number)
5
1015AS-KIT
1015AS-SET
Belt Splice Kit (with installation tool) (Enough for four belt splices)
Belt Splice Kit (without installation tool) (Enough for four belt splices)
9/07
Feeder Conveyor Belt, 15" wide x 16’-0" long
Low Temp PVC, Black Crescent Top Cover w/Slider Bed Back,
RS125 Alligator Lacing installed both ends.
(Includes nylon covered hinge pin)
Per Foot Conveyor Belting part number
(For repair of items 1, 2 or 3 above - Note: Belt end splices not installed)
1026642-P12
Page P-13
PARTS LIST
TRUSS COMPONENTS
6/07
03675A1
1026642-P13
PARTS LIST
Page P-14
TRUSS COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
6/07
PART
NO.
Ref.
1026092
1026093
1026091
1017455
1011324
3010L11
6369C
866015-1
D1170
3153A91
DESCRIPTION
Upper Undercarriage Pivot
Upper Truss Crossbar
Lower Truss Crossbar
Truss Side Bar
Truss Cable f/35’ Model (1/4" x 30’ long)
Truss Cable f/45’ Model (5/16" x 41’-6" long)
Cable Clamp 3/8"
Cable Clamp 1/4" f/35’ Models
Eyebolt 5/8" x 11"
5/8" Hex Nut
Cable Clamp 5/16" f/45’ Models
03675A1-A
1026642-P14
Page P-15
PARTS LIST
WIND GUARD COMPONENTS
6/07
03676A1
1026642-P15
PARTS LIST
Page P- 16
WIND GUARD COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
6/07
PART
NO.
1027264
1027265
1026360
1026362
1026361
1026363
1026117
1026113
1026114
1026403
1026404
1026112
1026580
1026568
1026561
1026562
1026570
1026581
1026569
1026565
1026566
1026573
1026574
1025462
DESCRIPTION
Wind Guard f/35’ & 45’ w/Squeeze Belt® Logo
Wind Guard f/35’ & 45’ w/Squeeze Belt® Logo
Wind Guard (Mayrath) f/35’
Wind Guard (Hutch) f/35’
Wind Guard (Mayrath) f/35’
Wind Guard (Hutch) f/35’
Wind Guard f/35’ & 45’
Wind Guard f/35’ & 45’
Wind Guard f/35’
Wind Guard f/35’
Wind Guard f/35’
Wind Guard f/35’ & 45’
Wind Guard (Mayrath) f/45’
Wind Guard (Hutch) f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Wind Guard f/45’
Mounting Bracket w/Red Reflective Decal f/35’ & 45’
1026642-P16
Page P- 17
PARTS LIST
UNDERCARRIAGE
COMPONENTS
35’ MODEL SHOWN (45’ SIMILAR)
6/07
03677A1
1026642-P17
PARTS LIST
Page P- 18
UNDERCARRIAGE
COMPONENTS
6/07
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1026033
DESCRIPTION
Undercarriage Weldment (35’ Model)
1
1026542
Undercarriage Weldment (45’ Model)
2
1001563
Spindle & Hub Assembly 4-Bolt
for 35’ Model (See Page P-19 for Parts)
2
1003104
Spindle & Hub Assembly 5-Bolt
for 45’ Model (See Page P-19 for Parts)
3
6393D
Wheel Rim (15" x 4.5" 4-Bolt)
for 35’ Model
3
107225
Wheel Rim (15" x 6" 5-Bolt)
for 45’ Model
4
1023458
Rod Spacer Tube
5
1023852
Pivot Bolt Weldment
(1" x 24" long)
6
40301
Winch K2550 (See Page P-20 for Parts)
7
1002567
Cable 1/4" x 24" long
for 35’ Model
7
1003819
Cable 1/4" x 28’ long
for 45’ Model
8
1008195
Cable Pulley 1/4" x 3" O.D.
9
50079A1
Pulley Bushing 1" O.D. x 9/16" long
10
1007713
Pulley Bushing 1" O.D. x 1-9/16" long
11
6369C
Cable Clamp
12
Ref.
Upper Undercarriage Pivot (1025637) listed on Page P-10
1026642-P18
PARTS LIST
Page P- 19
SPINDLE & HUB
ASSEMBLIES
REF.
-1
2
3
8
8
9
10
11
DESCRIPTION
Spindle & Hub Assy.
Spindle
Grease Seal
Inner Cone
(Timken No.)
Inner Cup
Hub
Outer Cup
(Timken No.)
Outer Cone
(Timken No.)
Lug Bolt
Lug Nut - Washer
Slotted Hex Nut
Cotter Pin
12
Hub Cap
4
5
6
7
5-BOLT
4-BOLT
(2 1/16" x 10") (2 3/8" x 14")
f/45’
f/35’
1001563
1003104
1001002
1001004
106245
107233
3079R1
3078R1
(LM67048)
(LM48548)
3148R1
3147R1
**90174
*1006987
40552
3148R1
(LM11910)
(LM67010)
40551
3079R1
(LM11949)
(LM67048)
106241
-107235
106252
107229
106250 (5/8")
6360C (3/4")
D1146
107230
(5/32" x 1 1/4")
(5/32" x 1 3/4")
106244
107234
*Furnished w/Cups and Lug Nuts.
**Furnished w/Cups Only.
6/07
01496A1
1026642-P19
PARTS LIST
Page P-20
UNDERCARRIAGE WINCH - FULTON MODEL
K-2550 BRAKE TYPE
COMPLETE WINCH - PART NO. 40301
REF. NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
DESCRIPTION
Handle
Bolt
Cable Clamp
Lockwasher
Nut
Input Shaft
Retaining Ring
Brake Disc
Ratchet Gear
Pinion Gear
Bushing
Insert
Spacer
Nut
Friction Disc
Bushing
Insert
Insert
Bushing
Washer
Intermediate Shaft
Roll Pin
Woodful Key
Gear
Nut
Spacer
Ratchet Pawl
Spring“
Shoulder Bolt
Drum Bolt T-Grade 5
Locknut
Drum Spacer
Drum Assembly
Locknut
Frame Spacer
Bolt
Frame
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
41595
Cable Keeper
Kit
41600
FULTON
PART NO.
2461S01
Cable Keeper
Kit
5621S01
Input Shaft
Kit
41598
Input Shaft
Kit
1565S01
41601
Kit 1578S00
Intermediate
Shaft
Kit
41599
Intermediate
Shaft
Kit
1569S01
Ratchet Kit
40836
Ratchet Kit
6730S00
*
*
**
**
*
**
*
**
*
*
**
**
*
**
*
**
*Indicates standard hardware items - purchase locally.
**These items are not available as separate parts because of the precision assemlby required.
If these parts require replacement, a new winch unit is recommended.
6/07
01513A1
1026642-P20
PARTS LIST
Page P- 21
PTO DRIVE COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6/07
PART
NO.
1027696
1026217
1026222
1026224
3338A1
1038D
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline 35R Series (See Page P-22 for Parts)
U-Joint Shield
Clamp Band
PTO Transport Bracket
Transport Keeper Pin
Key 3/8" Sq. x 2" long
03678A1A
1026642-P21
PARTS LIST
Page P- 22
PTO DRIVELINE COMPONENTS
IMPLEMENT
END
TRACTOR
END
NOTE: Repair parts for PTO drivelines
can also be purchased directly from:
Weasler Engineering, Inc.
P.O. Box 558
West Bend, WI 53095
REF.
NO.
-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline Complete
Joint & Tube Half Assembly
with Guard (Implement End)
Roll Pin 1/4" x 1" long
Inner Safety Sign
Shield Nylon Bearing Kit
Inner Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
U-Joint Cross Repair Kit
End Yoke
.375 - 16 x .38 long Setscrew
Joint & Shaft Half Assembly
with Guard (Tractor End)
Spring Lock Flange Repair Kit
Shear Bolt & Nut Kit (See Note)
Yoke & Ball Shear Assembly
Outer Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
Outer Safety Sign
U-JOINT TYPE - 35R
IMPLEMENT END 1-1/2" BORE
WITH 3/8" KEYSEAT
TRACTOR END 1-3/8 - 6B SPLINE
WITH SHEAR BOLT
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
WEASLER
PART NO.
PART NO.
1027696
242-22829
1028781
92-22829
1003691
13-10022
1028784
1028785
11-10454
13-10022
19-15126
96-22829
1028783
1028787
33170
1028782
03-10045
35041-1572
11-10215
93-22829
1028788
1018892
1028789
1028786
26-15120
-40-30011
97-22829
13-10021
13-10021
Note A: Shear Bolt Kit includes (6) 3/8" - 16 x 1" long Grade 8 hex bolts and locknuts.
6/07
01972A3
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PARTS LIST
ELECTRIC DRIVE COMPONENTS
6/07
03679A2
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PARTS LIST
Page P--24
ELECTRIC DRIVE COMPONENTS
REF.
PART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1030405
Belt Guard
2
40874
Sheave 3-Groove “B” Section 20.0" P.D. QD Type
f/SF Hub (f/35’ Models)
2
40649
Sheave 4-Groove “B” Section 20.0” P.D. QD Type
f/SF Hub (45’ Models)
3
3073A1
Bushing QD SF w/1-1/2” Bore
4
1030537
Belt B-128
(3 Req’d. on 35’ Models)
(4 Req’d. on 45’ Models)
5
1026419
Motor Mount Support
6
1026418
Pivot Pin
7
1026417
Motor Mount Plate
8
1026482
Upper Guard Bracket
9
1026459
Lower Guard Bracket
10
6676A1
Adjusting Bolt
11
3267A1
Sheave 3-Groove “B” Section 5.6” P.D.
QD Type for SD Hub (not furnished) (f/35’ model)
11
420079
Sheave 4-Groove “B” Section 5.6” P.D.
QD Tpe for SD Hub (not furnished) (f/45’ model)
12
3280A1
Bushing QD SD 1.875” Bore (not furnished)
(f/35’ & 45’ models)
6/07
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PARTS LIST
FEEDER CONVEYOR
COMPONENTS
10/07
03680A1A
1026642-P25
PARTS LIST
Page P- 26
FEEDER CONVEYOR
COMPONENTS
(NOTE: For Conveyor Belt, See Pages P-11 & P-12)
REF.
PART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1031872
Feeder Housing Weldment
2
1030234
Pulley, 4" x 16" CF Wing w/1" Shaft
3
1025866
Roller 3.5" O.D. x 1" Shaft
4
1025868
Roller 2.25" O.D. w/1" Shaft
5
1024274
Pulley, 4" x 16" CF w/Lagging
6
1031858
Shaft, Head 1 1/4" x 27 1/16" long
--
1032013
Pulley & Shaft Assembly
(Includes Items 5 & 6, plus keys & setscrews)
10/07
7
1029746
Bearing 1" Two Bolt Flanged (non drive end)
8
1025870
Bearing Push Plate
9
1025881
Pivot Plate 5" O.D. (7 ga.) (non drive side)
10
1025882
Cover Plate 6 1/4" O.D. (12 ga.) (non drive side)
11
1024489
Bolt All Thread 1/2" x 4" long
12
1026300
Cover Panel
13
1031417
UHMW Filler Sleeve
14
1024475
Take-up Bearing Bracket
15
1027693
Side Skirt Rubber
16
1026282
End Skirt Rubber
17
1025918
Side Hold Down Panel
18
1025919
End Hold Down Panel
19
1026311
Skirt Hold Down Bracket (Right)
20
1026312
Skirt Hold Down Bracket (Left)
21
1025915
Hopper Side Panel (Right)
22
1025916
Hopper Side Panel (Left)
23
1025917
Hopper End Panel
24
1026284
Feeder Discharge Skirt Rubber
25
1026283
Hopper Corner Skirt Rubber
26
1026368
3/16" Link Chain (21 links long)
27
1026273
Flow Control Panel
28
1026049
Hopper Lift Bracket
29
1027694
End Skirt Rubber
30
1031854
Bearing 1-1/4” 3-Bolt Flange (drive end)
31
1031856
Pivot Plate (drive side)
32
1031857
Cover Plate (drive side)
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PARTS LIST
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FEEDER CONVEYOR V-BELT
DRIVE COMPONENTS
NOTE: HITCH NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY
REF.
PART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1026219
Belt Guard
2
3266A1
Sheave 2-Groove “B” Section 6.8" P.D.
QD Type f/SDS Hub
3
3233A1
Sheave 2-Groove “B” Section 6.0" P.D.
QD Type f/SDS Hub
12/07
4
3076A1
Bushing QD SDS w/1 1/4" Bore
5
1027695
Belt Banded 2B-41
6
1032107
Belt Tightener Assembly (with pulley)
--
1032106
Belt Tightener Weldment
--
1026034
Idler Pulley w/Bearing
--
1022381
Adjusting Bolt
03681A2
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PARTS LIST
Page P- 28
INLET SKIRTING COMPONENTS
12/07
REF.
PART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1026248
Skirt Bracket (right)
2
1026249
Skirt Bracket (left)
3
1032175
Brush Flight Mount Weldment
5
1026229
Skirt Rubber
6
1026242
Skirt Rubber
7
1026243
Skirt Rubber
03683A2
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PARTS LIST
Page P- 29
HITCH COMPONENTS
REF. PART
6/07
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1026068
Hitch Mount Weldment
2
1026067
Hitch Tube Weldment
3
1026104
Hitch Pin
4
D1166
Hair Pin #6 x 3 1/4”
5
1024776
Hitch Jack (not shown)
0400036
1026642-P29
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964
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