Basic Conveyor Maintenance - Additional Equipment

SKU: C-575Duration: 39 Minutes

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Course Details


Training Time: 39 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

This course covers common maintenance procedures for conveyors. The procedures show typical examples of specific tasks. These examples can be applied to various types of equipment. It will also discuss safety precautions around the conveyor, installation and removal of bearing, reducers, and rolls, as well as photocell adjustment.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • Safety precautions around the conveyor
  • Installation and removal of bearings, reducers, and rollers
  • Photocell adjustment

Key Questions

The following key questions are answered in this module:

What are some safety Do's and Don'ts when maintaining conveyor equipment?
Do: turn off conveyor power source(s) and affix appropriate Lockout/Tagout device(s); observe all warning signs, lights and alarms associated with the conveyor operation; use extreme caution near moving conveyor parts.

Don't: wear gloves when operating the conveyor; sit on, stand on, walk, ride or cross (over or under) the conveyor; attempt to repair any equipment while it is operational; operate the conveyor until all safety guards are securely in place; remove or modify any safety devices; clear jams without following proper procedures.

What should you do before you do any maintenance work on a conveyor?
Before working on the conveyor make sure to: clear the conveyor of product, turn off power to the conveyor being serviced at the appropriate disconnect, and shut off the air supply valve(s) and bleed the air pressure from the air bladders.

How would you properly remove a concentric lock bearing?
To remove a concentric lock type bearing you would, loosen the screw that holds the collar in place, remove the collar, remove the nuts and lock washers that hold the bearing housing, and lastly, slide the bearing off of the shaft.

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