The reason for the deviation of the belt conveyor is generally caused by the failure of the tail roller or the head roller. The deviation of the belt during operation is the most common fault. The quality of the belt is low, the manufacturing quality of the belt is poor, and the core is unevenly distributed in the direction of the bandwidth. In the operation, the elongation of the belt is inconsistent due to the tension, so the belt and the belt must be regularly inspected and adjusted. If it has been deflected, adjust the position of the roller set to adjust the deviation, but adjust it several times or several times. When the belt is deflected in the upward direction, the lower position of the roller set should move to the left, and the upper position of the idler set moves to the right.
The center of the roller set is not correct or the axis of the idler set is not perpendicular to the center line of the belt. The direction of the belt deviation is the same as the direction of the tilt of the idler set. To prevent the belt from being deflected, the idler must be installed. The center of the roller set is not correct or the axis of the idler set is not perpendicular to the center line of the belt. The direction of the belt deviation is the same as the direction of the tilt of the idler set. To prevent the belt from drifting, the idler must be installed. If the roller does not rotate, the roller surface is not round or the bearing is damaged, the belt can start to be partially deflected at the roller. Since the adhesion of coal makes the surface of the roller uneven, the belt can be deflected. Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the inspection of the operation of the roller, strengthen the inspection, frequently clean the surface, and replace the new roller if necessary. When the belt is glued, the interface is not perpendicular to the center line of the belt, causing the deviation to occur at the joint, which requires the belt to be re-connected. The following methods are divided into the following points:
1. Check the misalignment of the transverse centerline of the idler and the longitudinal centerline of the conveyor belt.
2. Check the deviation of the two planes of the head and tail frame mounting housing.
3. Check the position of the material on the conveyor belt.