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ASGCO announces new belt clamps

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ASGCO®  "complete conveyor solutions" has unveiled its newly enhanced series of Sure GripTM conveyor belt clamps in its Safe-Guard® line of conveyor safety products. Designed to secure the belt for safe repair, the BC6 (6 t) and BC8 (8 t) Sure Grip belt clams were created for maximum grip. Capable of handling more weight and work in a variety of conditions, they replace the existing BC5 (5 t) and BC 7 (7 t) models.

The new BC6 (6 t) model is available for belts up to 72 in. wide and conveyor belts up to 1 in. thick. It is primarily designed for use in areas including medium duty aggregate, cement, coal, and coal fired power plants.

The new BC8 (8 t) has a lighter metal body and incorporates the use of reinforced bars. It is available for belts up to 96 in. wide and up to 2.25 in. thick. With a larger design, it is capable of handling wide, heavy duty conveyor belts in areas including above and below ground mining, and coal and coal fired power plants.

Sure Grip belt clams are constructed from high-grade steel components that are light in weight, conducive for easy transportation and assembly. Its shock-absorbing end caps are designed to protect the bars from hammer use and drops. Engineered for tough conditions, the belt clamps allow for a lasting gripping force.

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