There are various types of guide rollers available for conveyor belts, each of which is tailored for specific applications and environments. Some popular types of guide rollers for conveyor belts include:
Troughing idlers are used to support the belt and maintain its proper alignment, and are typically used at the loading and discharge points of the conveyor.
They are available in a range of sizes and configurations, and can be used in a variety of applications and industries, including mining, manufacturing, and materials handling.
They are used in mining, manufacturing, and materials handling applications.
Return rollers are a type of guide roller used on conveyor belts.
They are used to support the empty portion of the conveyor belt and keep it properly aligned. Return rollers are typically mounted on the underside of the belt, and are available in a range of sizes and materials.
They are commonly used in a variety of applications and industries, including mining, manufacturing, and materials handling.
Impact rollers are used to absorb the impact of falling materials, such as at the loading point of the conveyor.
They are typically made of a durable material, such as rubber, and are available in a range of sizes and configurations.
Self-aligning rollers are used to automatically adjust the alignment of the conveyor belt, helping to prevent misalignment and tracking issues.