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The Flexco® SR™ Rivet Hinged Fastening System is ideal for use on rubber-plied and PVC solid woven belting and for worn belts unfit for vulcanized splices, delivering performance and long life with easy installation.
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Designed for synthetic carcass belting as well as other styles of belt, Flexco® SR™ (Self-Setting Rivet) Fasteners utilize multiple rivet attachment. This provides maximum resistance to pull-out and allows the patented rivets to work between the carcass bers without severing them, leaving the entire belt carcass intact. It does not rely solely upon the carcass material to resist pull-out. Because the rivets are self-setting, fasteners are installed quickly from the top side of the belt.
Rivets are driven through the fastener plates and through the belt, passing between the carcass bers. The specially-shaped head of each pilot nail works in conjunction with the applicator tool’s anvil plate to set the rivets. The same hammer blows that set the rivets also compress the fastener plates into the belt cover. The broad width and heavy gauge of the plates give extended wear life. These plates compress uniformly and are specially coined so there are no high spots or edges to hang up.
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.
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.
RustAlloy®: Low chrome stainless steel. Resists corrosion from mine water and other types of chemical attack.
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.