Belt cleaning is a recurring problem for conveyor operators. Since the end of the 1980s, this operation has become crucial to guarantee the reliability, cleanliness and safety of bulk handling by conveyors. Many scraper models have developed and these materials have reached a high level of technicality. On the other hand, the belt, a major element of the “cleanliness” problem, has not benefited from any significant progress on this point.
Integrating a mechanical subassembly into a machine requires ensuring the good mechanical compatibility of the various elements present. Integrating a scraper into a conveyor is no exception. In our history, we had to consider the technical criteria of the belt and its environment.