Solutions for Detecting Rips in Conveyor Belts

Conveyor belts rip longitudinally primarily by being impinged by foreign objects such as drill steel, rock bolts, steel liner plates or rock slabs that penetrate through the belt and become lodged in the impact bed structure or surrounding steel. The majority of the time, the rip occurs at the tail or loading point of the conveyor but occasionally does occur elsewhere along the conveyor.

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