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ASGCO releases Dual Return model

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ASGCO, a conveyor manufacturing company, has added the Dual Return model to its line of Tru-Trainer tracking idlers to accommodate high speed and tonnage associated with aggressive mining operations.

The tapered ends sense any potential belt alignment issues and initiate tracking corrections to take place instantly, without the need for edge contact rollers.

Available for 48 to 96 in. belt widths, the Dual Return can accommodate conveyor belt speeds that exceed 800 ft/min up to 1500 PIW. Installation can be performed at the location of the existing idler attachment points and can be configured to both push down or pull up depending on the belt’s operation.

“With the effectiveness of our Tru-Trainer flat return, it was natural to develop a variation that could handle the intense demands of high speed and high tonnage operations. We designed the Dual Return for those exact specs and have seen positive results in virtually every application.” said Jeff Jurasits, Vice President of New Business. “The urethane version incorporates rollers that withstand even the most abrasive conditions while continuing to provide excellent grip.”

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