Cutting carryback

A BULK material handling specialist has found a way to stop carryback released by secondary belt conveyor cleaners from sticking to the rear slope of the discharge chute.

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If left to build up this carryback can end up on the return side of the belt, fouling idlers and pulleys. Often workers have to reach in, or, in some cases, enter the chute to clear these build-ups.

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