Oven Conveyor Installation
Note: Although specifically written to aid in the installation of Conveyor Style T457, due to its synthetic coil seam, this basic procedure also applies to Conveyor Styles: Spiralflex-79, US1590, US2000, 1335A, & 8308. Styles US1590, US2000 and 8308 may also come with metal alligator or clipper seams. These seams also use a pintle, but metal instead of mono-filament.
The T-457 Conveyor has a high temperature, synthetic seam, joined via a "joining pintle" as follows:
· Remove the conveyor from its package and proceed in one of
the following two manners:
· Thread the "joining pintles" through the loops/hooks. If the seam has very small loops, the "joining pintle" can be threaded through the loops/hooks with the attached metal leader in 1 - 2 foot (305 - 710mm) sections.
· Once the seam is joined, cut off all excess pintle except
for 1" (25.4mm) at each edge. Re-thread this excess between the
end of the leading loops/hooks and the trailing end of the fabric. This
will protect the edge loops/hooks from coming off the pintle and will
prevent the pintle from being snagged on the sides of the machine.
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