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The Flexco® Bolt Solid Plate Fastening System produces a strong, sift-free splice with superior holding ability thanks to a combination of top-and-bottom plate compression and high-tensile-strength bolts.
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To maximize fastener service life, fastener material must be matched to the application. Flexco manufactures fasteners from a broad range of materials. Our selection makes it easy to specify a fastener that will deliver maximum performance in a variety of conditions—from wet and abrasive applications to highly corrosive environments.
Steel: Standard fastener metal that is not recommended for environments where corrosion can occur from acids and chemicals. Galvanized Steel: For basic applications, galvanized steel is recommended. It is magnetic, offers good abrasion and rust resistance, but is not
recommended for corrosive environments.
Stainless Steel: Stainless steel provides extra resistance to abrasion, magnetic attraction, and corrosion from acids and other chemicals.
MegAlloy®: Features superior resistance to wear and abrasion. Provides several times the service life of steel. Not recommended where
impact of corrosion is a problem.
Everdur: A corrosion-resistant copper and silicon alloy. Fully non-magnetic and spark-free, low in resistance to abrasion.
Rubber-Covered Steel Top Plates: Our bolt solid plate fasteners are available with rubber-covered top plates, either as individual plates or as a 6-plate Flexco® VP™ strip, for excellent resistance to abrasion. Bottom plates are manufactured from steel or MegAlloy®.
A rip or tear in the belt shouldn’t be the end of a workday or the beginning of a long wait for repairs. Quick and easy repairs can be done onsite by your crew in a matter of minutes with the right tools. Flexco Training and Technical Specialist Russ Heintz walks you through basic rip repair in his latest blog.
Every minute of downtime can cost you. So when you’re installing a splice, you want it done quickly so you can get back up and running. But you also want it done right so you aren’t faced with downtime again. Training and Technical Specialist Russ Heintz gives us a sneak peek at the tips he gives customers all over the world regarding what to look for in a good splice.
When standard products just won't do.
Flexco Mineline® products are designed and engineered to work in some of the toughest applications in the world that test the strength and durability of your conveyor system. Products carrying the Mineline® name are proven to work — even where other products have failed.