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Pulley Lagging Application Procedures

Training course

DURATION — 1.5 DAYS for each application method

Designed for Workshop supervisors and lagging application operators.

Objective

This course is for companies applying Elastotec lagging and for mining companies that do lagging applications on site. Lagging failures due to application occurs when lagging selection is correct, lagging design and quality is good, but lagging application is poor.

Course Program

Application procedures covered:
a. Hot Vulcanising application procedure
b. Cold bonding application procedure
c. Direct bond application procedure

  1. Theory on application procedure
  2. Practical lagging application training
  3. Knowledge test
  4. Lagging bond testing method

Common application lagging failures:

  • Debonding from pulley
  • Edge lifting
  • Joint separation/Shell corrosion

This can be due to:

  • incorrect application procedure
  • inadequate training of application staff
  • use of materials from multiple suppliers (not designed/tested to work together)
  • Adverse environmental and working conditions during application or time pressure not allowing the application procedure to be followed.

It is designed to equip your team with the tools to be able to apply Elastotec laggings following the Elastotec application procedures to ensure the optimum service life with no lagging failures due to application.

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If you work in the mining industry, involved in conveyor maintenance, pulley manufacturing, conveyor design and conveyor maintenance, then, we would like to work with you to bring engineered pulley lagging solutions to the industry.