The Belt Storage Magazine (BSM) uses a set of pulleys on stationary and moving carts to take up or play out extra belt in order to maintain proper tension. This allows operators to extend or retract a belt line while maintaining belt tension.
By using a hydraulic brake system with a winch drum, the BSM can maintain belt tension even if power is lost. The BSM functions automatically, with no operator required for monitoring.
Each Belt Storage Magazine is custom built for specific placement and size. The BSM can be ceiling-mounted, on carts, or stationary.
|Belt Take Up Capacity||120 to 1200ft (36 to 365m)||680ft (207m)|
|Electric Motor||75HP, 365 TC Frame, 1800 RPM, 3-Phase, 60Hz, Nema B Design||150HP, 365 TC Frame, 1800 RPM, 3-Phase, 60Hz, Nema B Design|
|Max T2 Belt Tension||5,000lbs (30,000 x 2/12 strands)||10,000lbs (60,000 x 2/12 strands)|
|Max Rope Pull Force||30,000lbf (133.5kn)||60,000lbf (267kn)|
|Max Cable Reel (in Speed)||80 ft/min (24 m/min)||108 ft/min (33 m/min)|
|Max Belt Reel (in Speed)||480 ft/min (146 m/min)||650 ft/min (198 m/min)|
|Max Cluster Speed||40 ft/min (12 m/min)||54 ft/min (16.5 m/min)|
|Running Belt Clearance||18in (450mm) wider than belt||18in (450mm) wider than belt|
|Belt Width||36 to 60in (900 to 1500mm)||36 to 60in (900 to 1500mm)|
|Hydraulic Package||Integrated into frame or mounted remotely|