April 5, 2012
Flexco has added the MHP Precleaner to its line of heavy-duty belt cleaners. The MHP Heavy-Duty Precleaner features the largest, most abrasion-resistant urethane blade offered by Flexco. Multiple material path options and extended pole lengths ensure the cleaner fits each application perfectly.
The large blade on the MHP Precleaner provides an extended life so the cleaner can run longer and more efficiently. A variety of material path options and a faceted profile design with continuous blade edge renewal improves cleaning efficiency throughout the life of the blade. The molded-in wear line available on all Flexco MegaShear blades makes routine visual maintenance checks easy.
The rugged three-piece pole design on the MHP Precleaner provides additional strength, and extended pole lengths to fit varying conveyor or chute wall widths. Dual tensioners come standard for both spring (PST) and air/nitrogen (PAT) systems.
The MHP Heavy-Duty Precleaner is made from heavy-duty steel with corrosion-resistant powder coating and is ideal for rugged mining applications.
“When combined with the MHS Secondary Cleaner, a system is developed that delivers maximum cleaning power to get the job done,” said Ryan Grevenstuk, product manager for Flexco. “In applications where excess water is present, a third component, the MDWS Dry Wipe, can also be incorporated.”
For more information on the MHP Heavy-Duty Precleaner or any of the other cleaners offered by Flexco, log on to http://www.flexco.com/ or call Flexco customer service at 1-800-541-8028.
Flexco provides the world’s belt conveyors with efficient, safe products, services, and solutions for splicing, belt cleaning, belt tracking, spillage, and slippage. The company is based in Downers Grove, Illinois and operates subsidiaries in Australia, Chile, China, England, Germany, India, Mexico, Singapore, and South Africa. Flexco markets its broad line of products through a worldwide network of distributors, under the Flexco, Mineline, CoreTech, and Tasman Warajay Technology names.