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Specifier Sheet and Recommendation Summary

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Conveyor Length (ft) 100 7.3 HP
Tonnage Rate (tons/hour) 500
Belt Speed (fpm) 300 Force (lbs)
Standard Loading Belt Pull 731
Ambient temperature (F) Min -10 Extra pull for Hopper (if any)
Ambient temperature (F) Max 100 Extra pull for Slider Bed (if any)
Extra pull for Diverter or Tripper (if any)
Number of Belt Cleaners 1 TOTAL Required Belt Pull (Te): 731
Number of Return Belt Scrapers
Length of Skirt Zone (ft) 12
3
Number of Non-driven Pulleys 4
Elev. Above Sea Level (ft) 3300 ft
Minimum allowable belt width for lump size is 12 in
Minimum Acceptable Diameter is 10 in. *
Size Consist
Max. Lump Size (in) 2 *A smaller pulley diameter may cause belt carcass or fastener damage.
25 deg.
Belt Width 36 in Power: 7.5HP
Belt Carcass Type Fabric Belt Speed: 300 FPM
Idler Roll diameter 5 in Face Width: 37.4 in.
C
Troughing Idler Spacing 4 ft
Type of Lagging Power: 5.5 HP/each
Type of Take-up Belt Speed: 300 FPM
Type of Belt Face Width: 37.4 in.
Power savings - 1 shift and 3 shift per day:
(Motorized Pulley compared to exposed motor, gearbox, V-belt conveyor drives)
Save: 1180 Kw-Hrs/Yr, 1 shift/day or 3541 Kw-Hrs/Yr, 3 shifts/day
** This parameter is for either single or dual drive arrangement. Save: $94 /Yr, 1 shift/day or $283 /Yr, 3 shifts/day @ $0.08/Kw-Hr
4. Sidewall & Cleated Belt Parameters:
Sidewall & cleat height (in)
Thickness of sidewall (in)
Distance between cleats (in)
Thickness of cleats (in)
Extra Sidewall & Cleat Wt (incl above)
1. Hopper Feeder Design Parameters
Hopper opening width (in) 5. Tripper Design Parameters
Hopper opening length (in) Tripper length (ft)
Number of Hopper Openings Material lift height on tripper (ft)
2. Slider Bed Design Parameters No. of belt cleaners on tripper
Slider Bed Length (ft) Length of tripper skirt zone (ft)
Type of Slider Bed Material None Depth of material in skirt zone (in)
Slider Bed Frictional Coefficient No. of non-driven pulleys on tripper
Estimated belt tension, Te (lbs)
3. Drive Pulley Location ("return run" drive only) Estimated factor, Ky 0.03
Conveyor Length, tail to drive snub (ft)
Height, top of tail to bottom of drive (ft) 6. Material Diverter (Belt Plow)
No. of diverters that work simultaneously
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Mat'l, friction coeff Limestone, pulv.,dry, 0.128
Bulk Density (pcf)
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Special Loading Conditions:
Material Flow
Project Name
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Standard Loading Conditions:
Condition of Idlers & Pulleys well maintained
Angle of Wrap**
1. For hopper feeder specify opening dimensions below.
Elevating or Horizontal
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Depth of Mat'l in skirt zone (in)
Material Surcharge Angle
5. If conveyor has a tripper, define tripper below.
4. If belt has cleats and/or sidewalls show dimensions below.
2. For slider bed, specify bed length & type of bed mat'l below.
6. If conveyor has diverter(s), define below.
220, 320, 400, 500, 630
CEMA Type
Drive Location
3. If belt is driven on return run, specify drive pulley location.
180 degrees
Full Lagging
SPECIAL NOTES:
Models Available:
RECOMMENDED OPTIONS:
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Conveyor Reference
Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
Material Lift Height (ft)
Initial Velocity of Material (fpm)
Telefax
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RECOMMENDED "DUAL DRIVE" MOTORIZED PULLEY:
Models Available:
220, 320, 400, 500
RECOMMENDED "SINGLE DRIVE" MOTORIZED PULLEY:
REQUIRED POWER:
BELT PULL SUMMARY:
Head
none Type of Dual Drive, if any
Manual
Limestone, crushed, 90 pcf
2 ply, 225 piw
Avg is 50% Max Lump Size
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Model Selector
REQUIRED POWER:
BELT PULL SUMMARY:
Standard Loading Belt Pull
Extra pull for Hopper (if any)
Extra pull for Slider Bed (if any)
Extra pull for Diverter or Tripper (if any)
TOTAL Required Belt Pull (Te):
RECOMMENDED OPTIONS (if any):
Minimum allowable belt width for lump size is 12 in
Minimum Acceptable Diameter is 10 in. *
*A smaller pulley diameter may cause belt carcass or fastener damage.
RECOMMENDED "SINGLE DRIVE" MOTORIZED PULLEY:
Te, effective belt tension
T2, to prevent belt/pulley slippage
T2, to limit belt sag to 2 %
T1, maximum belt tension
**Measured at Drive A in Dual Drive, if applicable.
Calculation for "Dual Drive on Carry Side" is under construction.
RECOMMENDED "DUAL DRIVE" MOTORIZED PULLEY:
Models Available:
Models Available:
Check Maximum Belt Tension (to
prevent belt damage)
300 FPM
220, 320, 400, 500, 630
7.3 HP
731
Force (lbs)
Check Radial Load (to prevent
internal damage to pulley)
Check Pulley Diameter
(to prevent belt damage.)
731
Power:
Belt Speed:
Face Width:
5.5 HP/each
300 FPM
Telephone Telefax
SPECIAL NOTES (if any):
Project Name
Face Width:
7.5HP
320M
Belt Tension Calculation Summary
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Maximum Allowable Radial Load
Minimum Acceptable Diameter is 10 in.
Selected Diameter is 12.64 in
Selected diameter is appropriate for specified belt.
37.4 in.
Power:
Belt Speed:
Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
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2,366 Maximum Belt Tension (T1)
Allowable Fabric Belt Tension
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8,100
Force (lbs)
731
Force (lbs)
Selected model is appropriate for estimated radial load.
Estimated Maximum Radial Load**
220, 320, 400, 500
Conveyor Reference
Force (lbs)
4,496
4,001
37.4 in.
585
1,635
2,366
Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
Bulk Handling Trajectory Calculator and Plotter
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Date
Phone Fax
Project Name
Conveyor Ref.

System Design Parameters:
Belt Width 36 in
Troughing Idler Angle 35
Diameter Pulley (in) 13.26 in
Lagging Thickness (in) 0.31 in
Belt Speed 300 fpm
25 deg.
Tonnage Rate (TPH) 500
Material Density (pcf) 90
Belt Thickness (in) 0.75
Distance to Chute Plate (in) 24
Angle of Conv. Inclination (deg)
Alternate Belt Speed (fpm) 350
Design Trajectory - red line; Alternate speed - blue.
Calculated Results:
Calc'd mat'l height at centerline 5 in
Calc'd actual height of C.O.G.* 2 in
84.7 sq ft
CEMA Max Allow. height at center 7 in
CEMA Max Height of C.O.G.* 3 in
CEMA Max Allow. cross section 152.6 sq ft
Note:
This program uses actual C.O.G.* height above
top of belt (based on actual cross section) to plot
trajectory. Height of C.O.G. for CEMA
max. allow. cross section is given for ref. only. Design Cross Section - red line; CEMA max allow. - black line.
*C.O.G. = center of gravity of material, shown as and
(based on CEMA 5th Edition)
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Calc'd actual mat'l cross section
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Surcharge Angle
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0
3
6
9
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1
8
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1
5
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1
2
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9
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6
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3
03691
2
1
5
1
8
Mat'l Cross Section at Pulley Face:
Small Pulley (scale: inches)
-24
-21
-18
-15
-12
-9
-6
-3
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
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2
7
-
2
4
-
2
1
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1
8
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5
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9
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03691
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7
3
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3
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9
Material Trajectory:
Small Pulley (scale: inches)
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Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
Material Cross Section Plotter
Reference Name
Conveyor Number
System Design Parameters:
Tonnage Rate (tph) 500
Belt Speed (fpm) 300
Bulk Density (lbs/cu ft) 90
Material Surcharge Angle
25 degrees
Belt Width
36 in.
Idler Angle
35 degrees
Material Geometry in Troughing Idler:
CEMA Max. Allow. Cross Section 1.1 sq ft
Calculated Cross Section 0.6 sq ft
Calc'd Xsec/CEMA Xsec 58%
CEMA Standard Edge Distance 2.9 in
Calculated Edge Distance 6 in
Calc'd Material Height at Centerline 5.4 in
Material Geometry at Pulley Discharge:
Calculated Cross Section 0.6 sq ft
Material Height at Centerline 4.4 in
Height of Center of Gravity (A1) 1.8 in
Assumed Edge Distance 3.02 in
Calculated Surcharge Angle 33 deg
CEMA Max. Allow height at center 6.6 in.
CEMA Max Height of C.O.G. 2.7 in.
CEMA Standard Edge Distance 1.44 in
Note:
This program calculates height of actual C.O.G.*
by assuming that actual edge distance at pulley
face equals 1/2 of actual edge distance in troughed
section. Height of C.O.G.* for CEMA maximum
allowable cross section pulley face is given for
reference only.
* C.O.G. = center of gravity of material
Legend: Solid Line is CEMA Max. Allowable; Red Line is Calculated.
Legend: Solid Line is CEMA Max. Allowable; Red Line is Calculated.
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1.80
2.7
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3
6
9
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8
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1
5
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2
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9
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6
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03691
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1
5
1
8
Cross Section at Pulley Face:
Narrow Belt (scale: inches)
-3
0
3
6
9
12
15
-
1
5
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1
2
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9
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6
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3
03691
2
1
5
Cross Section at Troughing Idler:
Narrow Belt (scale: inches)
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Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
Material Cross Section Plotter
Reference Name
Conveyor Number
System Design Parameters:
Tonnage Rate (tph) 500
Belt Speed (fpm) 300
Bulk Density (lbs/cu ft) 90
Material Surcharge Angle
25 degrees
Belt Width
36 in.
Idler Angle
35 degrees
Material Geometry in Troughing Idler:
CEMA Max. Allow. Cross Section 1.1 sq ft
Calculated Cross Section 0.6 sq ft
Calc'd Xsec/CEMA Xsec 58%
CEMA Standard Edge Distance 2.9 in
Calculated Edge Distance 6 in
Calc'd Material Height at Centerline 5.4 in
Material Geometry at Pulley Discharge:
Calculated Cross Section 0.6 sq ft
Material Height at Centerline 4.4 in
Height of Center of Gravity (A1) 1.8 in
Assumed Edge Distance 3.02 in
Calculated Surcharge Angle 33 deg
CEMA Max. Allow height at center 6.6 in.
CEMA Max Height of C.O.G. 2.7 in.
CEMA Standard Edge Distance 1.44 in
Note:
This program calculates height of actual C.O.G.*
by assuming that actual edge distance at pulley
face equals 1/2 of actual edge distance in troughed
section. Height of C.O.G.* for CEMA maximum
allowable cross section pulley face is given for
reference only.
* C.O.G. = center of gravity of material
Legend: Solid Line is CEMA Max. Allowable; Red Line is Calculated.
Legend: Solid Line is CEMA Max. Allowable; Red Line is Calculated.
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1.80
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Cross Section at Pulley Face:
Wide Belt (scale: inches)
-6
0
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
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4
2
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3
6
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0
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Cross Section at Troughing Idler:
Wide Belt (scale: inches)
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Design Parameter Summary
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Calculated power to drive conveyor belt: 6.6 HP
Drive pulley bearing friction: 0.2 HP
Power at motor: 6.9 HP
Gear loss in motorized pulley: 0.4 HP
Calculated power 7.3 HP
Derate for high elevation HP
Derate for high temperature HP
Required Power for motorized pulley: 7.3 HP
Symbol Value Definition of Terms
Te 731 lbs Te = effective belt tension at drive.
ang 180 degrees ang = angle of belt wrap around drive pulley(s).
Cw 0.8 Cw = "wrap factor", to determine slack side tension to prevent belt slippage on drive pulley.
T2 1635 lbs.
T1 2366 lbs T1 = Te + T2
T1 + T2 4001 lbs T1 + T2 = Sum of belt forces on drive pulley. NOTE: This is not a vector sum.
T_L Full Lagging T_L = type of lagging specified for drive pulley(s).
Tatype Manual Tatype = type of take-up specified to apply "slack-side tension".
Beltype 2 ply, 225 piw Beltype = type of belt carsass specified.
w 36 in. w = belt width
str 8100 lbs.
pstr 16 % pstr = percentage of available belt tensile strength used.
btr 3/16 to 7/16 in. btr = thickness range of specified belt
Ai 1.8 lbs Ai = belt tension required to overcome frictional resistance and rotate idlers.
Cs 0.128 Cs = skirtboard friction factor.
H 0 ft H = vertical distance that material is lifted or lowered.
Kt 1.59 Kt = ambient temperature correction factor.
Kx 0.49 lbs/ft
Ky 0.04 Ky = factor to calculate resistance of belt and resistance of load to flexure as they move over idlers.
L 100 ft L = length of conveyor.
Q 500 tph Q = tons per hour conveyed.
Si 4 ft Si = troughing idler spacing.
Tac 266 lbs Tac = total of the tensions from conveyor accessories.
Tam 43 lbs Tam = tension required to accelerate the material continuously as it is fed onto belt.
Tb 0 lbs Tb = tension required to lift or lower the belt.
Tbc 180 lbs Tbc = tension required to overcome belt cleaner drag.
Te 731 lbs Te = effective belt tension at drive.
Tm 0 lbs Tm = tension required to lift or lower conveyed material.
Tp 78 lbs
Tpl 0 lbs Tpl = tension required to overcome belt plow drag.
Tsb 86 lbs Tsb = tension required to overcome skirtboard drag.
Ttr 0 lbs Ttr = tension required to overcome special loading condition(s.)
Tx 78 lbs Tx = tension required to overcome carrying and return idler friction.
Tyb 71 lbs Tyb = total of tensions due to resistance of belt to flexure as it rides over carrying and return idlers.
Tyc 50 lbs Tyc = tension due to resistance of belt to flexure as it rides over carrying idlers.
Tym 194 lbs Tym = tension due to resistance of material to flexure as it rides over carrying idlers.
Tyr 21 lbs Tyr = tension due to resistance of belt to flexure as it rides over return idlers.
V 300 fpm V = design belt speed.
Wb 9 lbs/ft Wb = weight of belt per unit of length of conveyor.
Wm 56 lbs/ft Wm = weight of material per unit of length of conveyor.
Sag 2.0% Sag = recommended maximum sag percentage to avoid spillage in troughed section of belt.
Ls Ls = Length of conveyor from tail pulley to Drive snub (for return run drive only)
Hd Hd = Height of conveyor from top of tail pulley to bottom of drive pulley (for return run drive only)
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T2 = estimated slack-side tension required to either keep belt from slipping on pulley surface or maintain trough at
allowable sag percentage, whichever is greater.
str = tensile strength of specified belt.
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Power Calculation Summary
Project Name Conveyor Reference
Kx = factor to calculate frictional resistance of the idlers and the sliding resistance between belt and idler rolls.
Tp = tension required to overcome resistance of belt to flexure around pulleys and resistance of pulleys to rotate on
their bearings.
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Rulmeca Motorized Pulley Power Calculation Program - Standard Version 7.23
Bulk Handling Belt Conveyor Terminology
Belt Width
Idler Type > A B C D E
Idler (deg) > 20 35 45 20 35 45 20 35 45 20 35 45 20 35 45
18 300 300 300 410 410 410 900 900 900 - - - - - -
24 300 300 289 410 410 410 900 900 900 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800
30 300 280 270 410 410 410 900 900 900 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800
36 275 256 248 410 410 396 900 837 810 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800
42 - - - 390 363 351 850 791 765 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800
48 - - - 380 353 342 800 744 720 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 1800
54 - - - - - - 750 698 675 1200 1116 1080 1800 1800 1800
60 - - - - - - 700 650 630 1150 1070 1035 1800 1800 1800
72 - - - - - - - - - 1050 977 945 1800 1800 1800
84 - - - - - - - - - - - - 1800 1674 1620
96 - - - - - - - - - - - - 1750 1628 1575
*These ratings are for three-equal-roll idlers and are based on a 30,000 hour minimum
BU bearing life at 500 RPM. BU bearing life represents the statistical point in hours where
a minimum of 90% of the bearings will still be functional with no increase in torque or noise.
Surcharge
Angle
5
10
20
25
30
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Initial Velocity of Material
Belt Conveyor with Two Diverter(s)
Conveyor Cross Section in Skirt Zone
Belt Conveyor with Tripper
40+
Uniform size, very small rounded particles, either very wet or very dry; such as dry
silica sand, cement, and wet concrete.
Irregular, stringy, fibrous, interlocking material, such as wood chips, bagasse, and
tempered foundry sand.
Angle of
Repose
0 to 19
20 to 29
Description of Material
Typical common materials such as bituminous coal, stone, and most ores.
30 to 34
35 to 39
Idler Load Ratings* (lbs)
"CEMA" Idler Type Definitions
(Based on Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association Manual)
(Based on Conveyor Equipment Manufacurters Association Manual)
Rounded, dry polished particles, of medium weight, such as whole grain and beans.
Irregular, granular or lumpy materials of medium weight, such as anthracite coal,
cottonseed meal, and clay.
Cleated Belt with Sidewalls
Material Surcharge Angle Guide
Hopper Feeder Conveyor
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Conveyor Height Calculator
Inclined conveyor length (ft)
Angle of inclination (degrees)
Material lift height (ft)
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