What is a belt Lacer?
Clipper 1001449 Vise Lacer Tool is used to install the lacing to the belting. Need to use a vice with the tool to embed the hooks into the material. The Vise Lacer is the most economical method of installing Clipper hooks. This belt lacing tool fits in a shop vise or mobile mounted in field vice.
What is Clipper lacing?
A low-profile splice with a double-staggered grip pattern. WCCO uses the RHTX (rectangular high tensile) Clipper which is the strongest hook style fastener. It features “Xtra” wire mass for an enhanced splice life, superior strength, and resistance to wear. It’s also the most economical lacing option.
When should I replace my round baler belt?
If your baler uses belts, it is a good practice to pull out the belts and replace them every 10,000 bales or so. After belts stretch, they can’t apply the same pressure as when they were new and set at the correct factory measurements.
How do you untwist a baler belt?
With the gate closed fold the belt in half and use a visegrip on the folded side to hold it while you tie it in half very tight with some plastice twine. Take the visegrip off and turn on the baler. It may take 1 or 2 times for the belt to cycle around but this trick will always untwist your belt.
What are the tools for lacing a conveyor belt?
The tools allow lacing to be installed on the conveyor belt without having to disassemble the conveyor system, minimizing downtime for the conveyor. Each lacing tool is compatible with a particular style and size of belt lacing.
How does a flexco Clipper manual roller Lacer work?
Belts wider than the lacer’s width can be laced in multiple passes with the continuous lacing feature. A handle-actuated belt clamp holds belts securely while twin rollers embed fasteners evenly to create a strong, longlasting splice.
Do you need a lacer for Clipper lacing?
Also known as clipper lacing, use a lacer to quickly clinch hooks into belts. Note: Two laces are required for each joint. Long-leg hooks hold more belt fibers than standard point hooks, which prevents the lacing from pulling out once installed.
How big can a roller Lacer belt be?
The portable, easy-to-use Clipper® Roller Lacer® makes it easy to lace belts up to 60″ (1500 mm) wide in a single operation. Belts wider than the lacer’s width can be laced in multiple passes with the continuous lacing feature.