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Flexco has updated its BCP Overview Guide

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Flexco has updated its Belt Conveyor Product (BCP) Overview Guide with ratings on all of its heavy-duty belt cleaners, following the announcement that a new CEMA standard for belt-cleaners had been developed to assist end-users in selecting the best cleaner for their application. The decision to publish ratings for all heavy-duty cleaners was made by Flexco to provide clarity and guidance to the end user in accordance with the new industry standard. This makes Flexco the first manufacturer to publish ratings of its full line of cleaners.

“You obviously don’t want to under-specify your cleaner because you need it to get the job done, but you also don’t want to install a cleaner that is more than you need from a cost perspective,” said Flexco Chief Engineer Brett DeVries, who was a part of the team who wrote the CEMA standard. “The new standard provides clarity for the person who is specifying or asking for a system. That transparency means you don’t have to become an expert to know what kind of cleaner you need.”

“This doesn’t replace the technical guidance provided by Flexco and its distributors,” Ryan Grevenstuk, senior product manager for Flexco, added. “We feel that publishing the ratings will allow our customers to better understand each system when choosing a solution. While this provides additional support in selecting the cleaner, it’s still important or evaluate the unique needs of your conveyor system.”

The BCP Overview Guide features in-depth descriptions of the Flexco line of cleaners, trackers, impact beds, and more.

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