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  1. Are Tracking problems correctable?

Please choose the Belt type you need help with:

Transfer Printing Felt Rubber Belt Palmer Felt
Compacting Felts Decating Apron Oven Conveyors

Transfer Printing Felts

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: THE FELT ALWAYS TRAVELS TO THE SIDE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF TENSION.

Keeping this rule foremost in mind will help when trying to determine, through the process of elimination, which variable(s) may be causing the felt to track improperly.

Please triple check the following:

That all rolls have been reinstalled, correctly pinned or bolted, turn freely, and are parallel to the heated cylinder.
That the pistons used to engage the tracking roll are properly working.
That the feeler gauges or tracking sensors are working properly.
That the felt is not too wide, thereby hanging over the cylinder(s) edge(s).
That there is enough heat in the main cylinder to create sufficient friction such that the felt holds to the heated cylinder as opposed to slipping against a cold cylinder (352 C / 200 F).
NOTE: We highly recommend that you take a few moments before installing a felt to measure the length (see diagram below). Please compare your figures to ours provided on the Certificate Of Analysis enclosed with the packing slip. Should a discrepancy exist, please call before installing.

 If, after checking the above variables, you still have a problem, please call us at 704-399-4276 or contact us through our Tech Support form, Fax 704-393-5628, or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.

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Rubber Belt

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: THE RUBBER BELT TRAVELS TO THE LOW SIDE WHEN HOT; TO THE HIGH SIDE WHEN COLD.

SHEILD Rubber Belt tracking problems are virtually non-existent. Should a problem occur, however, please check the following for possible remedies:

Bearings.
That all cylinders are parallel to the heated cylinder and turn freely.
That there is no build up of any type either on the cylinders or the inner surface of the belt.
That no grease or oil exists on the belts inner surface.
That the belt is not wider than the carrying rolls.
That sufficient Tension has been applied.
Check either side of the belt for edge cracking; multiple cracks on either or both edges can affect tracking. If necessary, trim the belt too remove the cracks.

If, after checking these variables a problem still exists, please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following options: PH 704-399-4276; Fax 704-393-5628; Tech Support form; or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.

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Palmer Felt

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: THE FELT ALWAYS TRAVELS TO THE SIDE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF TENSION.

Keeping this rule foremost in mind will help when trying to determine, through the process of elimination, which variable(s) may be causing the felt to track improperly.

Please triple check the following:

That all rolls have been reinstalled, correctly pinned or bolted, turn freely, and are parallel to the heated cylinder.
That the pistons used to engage the tracking roll are properly working.
That the feeler gauges or tracking sensors are working properly.
That the felt is not too wide, thereby hanging over the cylinder(s) edge(s).
That there is enough heat in the main cylinder to create sufficient friction such that the felt holds to the heated cylinder as opposed to slipping against a cold cylinder (352 C / 200 F).
NOTE: We highly recommend that you take a few moments before installing a felt to measure the length (see diagram below). Please compare your figures to ours provided on the Certificate Of Analysis enclosed with the packing slip. Should a discrepancy exist, please call before installing.

 If, after checking these variables a problem still exists, please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following options: PH 704-399-4276; Fax 704-393-5628; Tech Support form; or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.

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Compacting Felt

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: THE FELT ALWAYS TRAVELS TO THE SIDE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF TENSION.

Keeping this rule foremost in mind will help when trying to determine, through the process of elimination, which variable(s) may be causing the felt to track improperly.

Please triple check the following:

That all rolls have been reinstalled, correctly pinned or bolted, turn freely, and are parallel to the heated cylinder.
That the pistons used to engage the tracking roll are properly working.
That the feeler gauges or tracking sensors are working properly.
That the felt is not too wide, thereby hanging over the cylinder(s) edge(s).
That there is enough heat in the main cylinder to create sufficient friction such that the felt holds to the heated cylinder as opposed to slipping against a cold cylinder (352 C / 200 F).
NOTE: We highly recommend that you take a few moments before installing a felt to measure the length (see diagram below). Please compare your figures to ours provided on the Certificate Of Analysis enclosed with the packing slip. Should a discrepancy exist, please call before installing.

 If, after checking these variables a problem still exists, please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following options: PH 704-399-4276; Fax 704-393-5628; Tech Support form; or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.

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Decating Apron

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: THE FELT ALWAYS TRAVELS TO THE SIDE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF TENSION.

Keeping this rule foremost in mind will help when trying to determine, through the process of elimination, which variable(s) may be causing the felt to track improperly.

Please triple check the following:

That all rolls have been reinstalled, correctly pinned or bolted, turn freely, and are parallel to the heated cylinder.
That the pistons used to engage the tracking roll are properly working.
That the feeler gauges or tracking sensors are working properly.
That the felt is not too wide, thereby hanging over the cylinder(s) edge(s).
That there is enough heat in the main cylinder to create sufficient friction such that the felt holds to the heated cylinder as opposed to slipping against a cold cylinder (352 C / 200 F).
NOTE: We highly recommend that you take a few moments before installing a felt to measure the length (see diagram below). Please compare your figures to ours provided on the Certificate Of Analysis enclosed with the packing slip. Should a discrepancy exist, please call before installing. 

If, after checking these variables a problem still exists, please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following options: PH 704-399-4276; Fax 704-393-5628; Tech Support form; or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.

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 Oven Conveyors

It is always best to follow our Installation Instructions from the start. Otherwise, irreversible damage may occur. PLEASE do not hesitate to contact us with your questions at the start of a problem rather than after it’s potentially too late for us to help.

General Rule to remember: CONVEYOR BELTS WILL TRAVEL TO THE SIDE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF TENSION.

Keeping this rule foremost in mind will help when trying to determine, through the process of elimination, which variable(s) may be causing the conveyor belt to track improperly.

Please triple check the following:

That all rolls have been reinstalled, correctly pinned or bolted, turn freely, and are parallel.
That the pistons used to engage the tracking roll are properly working.
That the feeler gauges or tracking sensors are working properly.
That there is enough tension.
That the tracking roll is wrapped with a lagging or roll cover to increase its effectiveness.
That the conveyor is not to wide, thereby hanging over the cylinder edges.
NOTE: We highly recommend that you take a few moments before installing the conveyor to measure the length and width. By so doing, you will insure that the proper conveyor is being installed and eliminate the variable of installing a conveyor that is not square.

If, after checking these variables a problem still exists, please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following options: PH 704-399-4276; Fax 704-393-5628; Tech Support form; or e-mail service@ussupplyinc.com.