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Resists stretching & shrinking Excellent bolt holding strength Interwoven polyester carcass for added strength and fastener holding Resistant to mildew and moisture Meets OSHA Specifications for surface electrical resistance of 300 megohms or less Meets MSHA Standards for flame resistance PVC 450 ORG (Oil Resistant Grain) PVC 350 also available in ORG We also have the following in approved MSHA specifications PVC 200 & 250 (white and black) PVC 300 in black For more information contact your Account Manager or Territory Sales Manager PVC Elevator Belting transtex belting conveyor belts Ref. No. FT112 - 08/19 Reproduction of text or parts thereof only with our approval. Modifications reserved Forbo Movement Systems Transtex® Belting 10125 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28273 Toll Free: (800) 922-1735 E-Mail: [email protected] www.forbo-transtex.com
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  • ▶ Resists stretching & shrinking▶ Excellent bolt holding strength▶ Interwoven polyester carcass for added strength and fastener holding

    ▶ Resistant to mildew and moisture▶ Meets OSHA Specifications for surface electrical resistance of 300 megohms or less

    ▶ Meets MSHA Standards for flame resistance

    ▶ PVC 450 ORG (Oil Resistant Grain)▶ PVC 350 also available in ORG▶ We also have the following in approved MSHA specifications PVC 200 & 250 (white and black) PVC 300 in black

    For more information contact your AccountManager or Territory Sales Manager

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    Forbo Movement SystemsTranstex® Belting10125 South Tryon StreetCharlotte, NC 28273

    Toll Free: (800) 922-1735E-Mail: [email protected]

  • ELEVATORDESIGNATION NO.

    _______________

    DATE ______________________________

    COMPANY____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    ADDRESS ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    DATE SUBMITTED BY _________________________________________________ Title _____________________________________

    Total Belt Length _______________________(ft.) Belt Width _________________________ (in.) C to C Pulleys _______________________(ft.)

    Rated Elevator Capacity _________________(TPH) Material Handled _________________________ Wt. Per Cu. In.1 ___________________(lbs.)

    BUCKETS:

    Style and Manufacturer _________________________________________________ Size __________________ Projection ________________(in.)

    Spacing on Belt _________________ (in.) No. of Rows ______________ Staggered ____________ Number (C to C ) Ascending Side ___________

    Empty Weight _________ (lbs.) 100% Cup Capacity _______ @ ______%= ________ (cu.in.) Total Weight of Material in Bucket ___________(lbs.)

    Head Pulley Diameter ______________(in.) Type Lagging ______________________________ Boot Pulley Diameter _____________________(in.)

    Boot Pulley Face Width ____________ (in.) Type Take Up: Screw ____________ Floating ___________ Approximate Weight2 _____________(lbs.)

    Weight per Foot For Type ________________________ Belt ____________________________________________________ = ____________(lbs.)

    PICK UP IN BOOT: (To compensate for digging action)

    For UP Loaded Leg – Use 10% of Total Bucket Load

    For DOWN Loaded Leg – Use 20% of Total Bucket Load

    For UP and DOWN Loaded Leg – Use 30% of Total Bucket Load

    SUSPENDED WEIGHT: (Ascending Side)

    Empty Buckets: _____________ x __________ lbs. – __________ lbs.

    Load In Buckets: _____________ x __________ lbs. – __________ lbs.

    Belt C to C _____________ x __________ lbs. – __________ lbs.

    Pickup in Boot _________________________ lbs. – __________ lbs.

    Floating Takeup Weight 2** – ____________ lbs.

    Maximum Tension – ____________ lbs.THEREFORE:

    The workload (t) is calculates as follows:

    maximum tension belt width ______________ = ____________ lbs. per inch of belt width

    The proper Belt per the above information is Forbo Transtex® ____________________________________________________________________

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    (BPH)

    (Weight P.I.W. x Belt Width)

    (No.) (Wt.)

    (No.) (Wt.)

    (Ft.) (Wt.)

    (% Bucket Load)

    TOTAL BELT LENGTH CALCULATIONS*:

    1. Center to Center Pulleys _________________________2. Center to Center Pulleys _________________________3. ½ Head Pulley Circum.2 _________________________4. ½ Boot Pulley Circum.2 _________________________5. Belt Splice3 _________________________6. Plus Contingency Factor _________________________ (1% of Sub-Total)

    TOTAL*Round off fractions to the nearest whole number

    1 See Table 1 2 See Table 2 3 See Table 3

    Forbo Movement SystemsTranstex® Belting10125 South Tryon StreetCharlotte, NC 28273-6509Tel.: 1-800-922-1735E-mail: transtex.us.forbo.comwww.forbo-transtex.com

  • TABLE #1BULK MATERIAL WEIGHT

    Lbs. Cu.In. Lbs. Cu.Ft.

    Alfalfa MealAlfalfa PelletsAlumina

    .013

    .025

    .038

    224365

    Baking SodaBarley, WholeBauxite

    .032

    .028

    .052

    554890

    Bean, CastorBoraxBuckwheat

    .021

    .041

    .024

    377042

    Calcium CarbonateCashew NutsCaustic Soda

    .058

    .021

    .051

    1003788

    Cement, PortlandClay, BrickClover Seed

    .054

    .069

    .028

    9412048

    Coal, BituminousCocoa BeansCoconut, Shredded

    .032

    .023

    .013

    554022

    Coffee, Roasted BeanCopper OreCorn, Shelled

    .015

    .087

    .026

    2615045

    Cottonseed CakeCottonseed MealCullet, Glass

    .026

    .023

    .069

    4540

    120

    Distiller’s Grain, WetEarth, WetFlaxseed

    .035

    .064

    .026

    6011045

    Flour, WheatGarbage, HouseholdGravel

    .023

    .029

    .058

    4050

    100

    GypsumHominy, DryHops, Dry

    .046

    .021

    .020

    803735

    Iron OreLimestone, CrushedMagnesium Chloride

    .116

    .052

    .019

    2009023

    Malt, DryMica, PulverizedMilo

    .017

    .009

    .026

    301545

    OatsOyster Shells, WholePeanuts, Shelled

    .015

    .046

    .026

    268045

    Peas, DriedPhosphate Acid FertilizerRice, Hulled

    .029

    .035

    .028

    506049

    RyeSafflower, MealSalt, Dry

    .028

    .029

    .046

    485080

    Sand, DrySand, Dry SilicaSludge, Sewage

    .075

    .058

    .029

    13010050

    Soda Ash, HeavySoy Bean MealSoy Beans, Whole

    .038

    .023

    .029

    654050

    Sugar, RawSulfur, LumpyTaconite, Pellets

    .038

    .050

    .075

    6585

    130

    Vermiculite, OreWheatZinc Ore, Crushed

    .046

    .028

    .093

    8048

    160

    TABLE #2PULLEY SPECIFICATIONS

    Diameter(Inches)

    Circumference(Feet)

    1/2*Circumference

    (Feet)

    Floating**Take-Up Factor

    (lbs. per inch of Pulley Face

    Width)

    89

    10

    2.072.352.64

    222

    557

    111213

    2.893.143.39

    222

    778

    141516

    3.643.924.18

    223

    899

    182021

    4.715.215.50

    333

    91010

    222428

    5.756.287.32

    344

    121215

    303236

    7.858.359.42

    455

    182024

    404248

    10.4610.9912.57

    667

    293140

    546066

    14.415.7117.28

    889

    4753–

    728496

    18.8521.9925.13

    101113

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    * Rounded off to nearest whole number** Floating Take-Up Factor Includes Pulley Weight, Structural Assembly and Steel Weights. TO CALCULATE: Multiply Take-Up Factor Listed for Given Boot Pulley diameter x total inches of Boot Pulley Face width.

    TABLE #3BELT-BUCKET JOINT SPECIFICATIONS*

    BUTT-RIDER LAP

    Pulley Centers

    Minimum BucketsPer Row on EachEnd of Main Belt

    Minimum BucketsPer Row

    in Splice Area

    0 -99'100' - 149’150'- 199'200'- 249'

    250' & over

    34567

    34567

    * For Handling Grain or Similar Lightweight Materials

    Note: For Pulley Centers above 300º or Special Applications contact Forbo Transtex® Representative or Charlotte Offices.