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ASME B20.1-2006 pdf free.Safety Standard for Conveyors and Related Equipment.
actuator: a device that initiates the action of controls or controllers and is manually operated. The actuator may be a push button, toggle switch, foot pedal, hand lever, hand-set timer, or any other device that performs the described function.
ant irunaway: a safety device to stop a declining conveyor and thus prevent moving away in the event of a mechanical or electrical failure.
apro;i pall: one of a series of overlapping or interlocking plates or shapes that, together with others, form the conveyor bed.
automatically controlled: describes the operation be the action of a mechanism that is initiated by some impersonal influence, such as a conveyor that is started by a low-level bin indicator.
backstop: a mechanical device to prevent reversal of a loaded conveyor under action of gravity when forward travel is interrupted.
(a) that part of a conveyor upon which the load or carrying medium rests or slides while being conveyed
(b) in bulk material conveyors, the mass of material being conveyed
belt idler: a roller or series of rollers that supports the belt of a belt conveyor.
belt tripper: a device incorporating a system of pulleys that causes the conveyor belt to discharge material at one or more points along the length of the conveyor.
boom: a cantilevered member or structure that may be hinged, fixed, or pivoted.
brake: a friction device for slowing down conveyor components, bringing conveyor equipment to a controlled stop, holding traveling or traversing equipment in a selected location, preventing reverse travel, and controlling overspeed due to the action of gravity.
hunker: a large bin or compartment for storage of bulk materials.
car unhxzder: a type of conveyor characterized by a shallow, horizontal loading section that enables it to receive and unload material from hopper bottom cars without requiring a pit or other excavation,carrier:
(a) a device attached to or hung from trolleys to support the load
(b) the receptacle in which objects are placed for transmittal through a conveying system
(c) the moving part of a vertical or inclined reciprocating conveyor that supports the load
chain: a series of links pivotally joined together to form a medium for conveying or transmitting motion or power. General classes of chain common to conveyors are detachable, pintle, combination, roller, rivetless, coil, inverted tooth, and bar link chains.
chute: a trough through which bulk materials or objects are directed and lowered by gravity. The trough may be open or enclosed, straight or curved.
control: the system governing the starting, stopping, direction of motion, acceleration, speed, retardation, identification, and function of the moving member in a predetermined manner.
controller: an electromechanical device or assembly of devices for starting, stopping, accelerating, or decelerating a drive or serving to govern in some predetermined manner the power delivered to the drive.
co?weving medium: that portion of a conveyor that moves or carries materials, packages, or objects.ASME B20.1 pdf free download.

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