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English translation: steel support

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Greek term or phrase:σιδηροκατασκευή στήριξης
English translation:steel support
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10:00 Mar 6, 2008
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Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Greek term or phrase: σιδηροκατασκευή στήριξης
"σιδηροκατασκευές στήριξης ταινιών."

Πρόκεται για συγκρότημα παραγωγής σκυροδέματος. Εκεί υπάρχουν κάποιες ταινίες (belts), οι οποίες στηρίζονται από σιδηροκατασκευές.
xxxd_vachliot
Local time: 03:15
steel support
Explanation:
Δημήτρη πρόσεξε αν είναι στραντζαριστό σίδηρο η βάση ή μασίφ σίδηρο

Δές εδώ που αναφέρει στις προδιαγραφές support.


Bulk Handling Conveyors


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Model 340 Bulk Handling Conveyor

Move delicate product horizontally, upward, and horizontally again, without product degradation due to transfer
Designed to quickly get product from beneath one operation, up a high degree incline, and over into the center of another process
Many belt widths and sidewall depths available based on volume of product and space availability
Reduce screw conveyor/bucket elevator combination type systems with no product damage
Belt readily available in both black or food grade white













Standard
Options

Drive- Sized per application Stainless steel construction
Speed- 60 fpm Food grade belting
Frame- Formed 12 ga. Curves
Support- Structural channel
Paint- 1 coat gray
Belt- Custom







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Note added at 33 mins (2008-03-06 10:33:45 GMT)
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Δημήτρη εδώ είναι όλοι οι ορισμοί/επεξηγήσεις των διαφόρων εξαρτημάτων σε conveyor belts. Ισως ζητήσεις αυτούς τούς όρους στην μετάφραση που κάνεις. Πιστεύω να βοήθησα.

Καλή συνέχεια


Common Terms Related to Conveyor Systems, Belt Conveyors, Chain Conveyors, and Roller Conveyors.

Axle – A non-rotating shaft that wheels and rollers are mounted on in a conveyor system.

Bag Flattener – An assembly that holds one conveyor upside-down over another to squeeze or flatten the product.

Bearing – A mechanism on which a conveyor shaft rotates that prevents the rubbing together of the bed and the shaft.

Bed – Conveyor component on which the materials to be conveyed are placed.

Belt – Elastic band wrapped around the conveyor pulley that transmits the motion necessary for the movement of materials between two points.

Belt Scraper – Brush that removes excess material stuck to the conveyor belt.

Belt Speed – Measurement indicating the amount of conveyor belt moving in a specified period of time.

Brake Motor – A device on the motor shaft that is engaged when the electric current fails.

Brake Rollers – Roller conveyor brakes that control the movement of conveyed materials through pneumatic or mechanical power.

Casters – Wheels that make the conveyor portable.

Ceiling Hangers – Rods that hang from the ceiling and support the conveyors to free up floor space.

Center Drive – A drive assembly mounted on the conveyor, usually underneath and in the center, used for reverses and incline applications.

Cleat – Mechanism fastened to a conveyor to help control the movement of materials.

Cleated Belt – A belt with raised sections that helps stabilize the flow of material on belts operating on inclines. These can be part of the belt or fastened on.

Clutch-Brake Drive – A drive that is used to stop the conveyor belt immediately without cutting off the supply of power.

Clutch Drive – A drive used to disengage the motor from the reducer without stopping it or cutting off the power.

Converging – A section where two conveyors meet and merge into one.

Cross Bracing – Rods that are placed diagonally over the conveyor in order to help in squaring frames, useful for tracking.

Drive – A motor and other parts that collectively produce the power necessary for conveyor movement.

Drive Pulley – Pulley responsible for conveyor belt movement. This is attached to the conveyor drive shaft.

Feeder – A conveyor that is designed to control the rate of delivery of objects.

Flow – A term for the direction of travel on a conveyor.

Frame – A structural conveyor system component that provides the main support for the network of machinery that makes up the conveyor system.

Horsepower – A measure of the time rate of doing work.

Infeed End – The part of the conveyor that is nearest the loading zone.

Intermediate Bed – The part of the conveyor that is in the middle and does not contain the tail or drive assemblies.

Lacing – What is used to attach segments of belts together.

Magnetic Starter – An electrical device that controls the motor and provides overload protection.

Motor – A machine that is used to transfer electrical energy into mechanical energy.

Nose Roller – Small roller on a power belt curve conveyor that reduces the gap at the transfer points.

Overhead Drive – A drive assembly that is mounted over the conveyor belt and allows clearance for the product.

Plow – A device that is placed across the path of a conveyor at a certain angle and is used to discharge or deflect objects.

Pop-Out Roller – A roller used to aid in transfer, set in a wide groove to allow it to eject if an object comes between it and the belt.

Powered Feeder – A part of a belt conveyor that is used to move products horizontally onto an incline conveyor.

Pressure Roller – In a belt driven live roller conveyor, a roller used for holding the driving belt in contact with the load carrying rollers.

Pulley – Wheel mechanism that controls the movement, speed and direction of materials. These contain a bore or a groove to which the conveyor is attached.

Pusher – A device that is used for diverting a product from one conveyor line to another line or chute.

Roller – A round part that revolves around the outer surface of a conveyor. These can be straight, tapered or crowned, and serve as the rolling support for the load being conveyed.

Roller Bed – An assembly of rollers over which products move on a roller conveyor.

Shaft – Bar responsible for the transmission of force to the support of materials on the conveyor.

Slider Bed – The surface on which the belt conveyor slides.

Slug Mode – A mode that allows all packages to be released simultaneously.

Throughput – Amount of material conveyed in a specific amount of time.

Tracking – The act of steering the belt to maintain the desired path.

Transfer – A device that is used to move products at right angles to adjacent or parallel conveyor lines.

Turnbuckle – Link that has a screw thread at both ends, and is used for tightening the rod, normally in cross-bracing.

Turning Wheel – A wheel that helps ensure proper package orientation.





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Explanation:
Δημήτρη πρόσεξε αν είναι στραντζαριστό σίδηρο η βάση ή μασίφ σίδηρο

Δές εδώ που αναφέρει στις προδιαγραφές support.


Bulk Handling Conveyors


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Model 340 Bulk Handling Conveyor

Move delicate product horizontally, upward, and horizontally again, without product degradation due to transfer
Designed to quickly get product from beneath one operation, up a high degree incline, and over into the center of another process
Many belt widths and sidewall depths available based on volume of product and space availability
Reduce screw conveyor/bucket elevator combination type systems with no product damage
Belt readily available in both black or food grade white













Standard
Options

Drive- Sized per application Stainless steel construction
Speed- 60 fpm Food grade belting
Frame- Formed 12 ga. Curves
Support- Structural channel
Paint- 1 coat gray
Belt- Custom







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Note added at 33 mins (2008-03-06 10:33:45 GMT)
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Δημήτρη εδώ είναι όλοι οι ορισμοί/επεξηγήσεις των διαφόρων εξαρτημάτων σε conveyor belts. Ισως ζητήσεις αυτούς τούς όρους στην μετάφραση που κάνεις. Πιστεύω να βοήθησα.

Καλή συνέχεια


Common Terms Related to Conveyor Systems, Belt Conveyors, Chain Conveyors, and Roller Conveyors.

Axle – A non-rotating shaft that wheels and rollers are mounted on in a conveyor system.

Bag Flattener – An assembly that holds one conveyor upside-down over another to squeeze or flatten the product.

Bearing – A mechanism on which a conveyor shaft rotates that prevents the rubbing together of the bed and the shaft.

Bed – Conveyor component on which the materials to be conveyed are placed.

Belt – Elastic band wrapped around the conveyor pulley that transmits the motion necessary for the movement of materials between two points.

Belt Scraper – Brush that removes excess material stuck to the conveyor belt.

Belt Speed – Measurement indicating the amount of conveyor belt moving in a specified period of time.

Brake Motor – A device on the motor shaft that is engaged when the electric current fails.

Brake Rollers – Roller conveyor brakes that control the movement of conveyed materials through pneumatic or mechanical power.

Casters – Wheels that make the conveyor portable.

Ceiling Hangers – Rods that hang from the ceiling and support the conveyors to free up floor space.

Center Drive – A drive assembly mounted on the conveyor, usually underneath and in the center, used for reverses and incline applications.

Cleat – Mechanism fastened to a conveyor to help control the movement of materials.

Cleated Belt – A belt with raised sections that helps stabilize the flow of material on belts operating on inclines. These can be part of the belt or fastened on.

Clutch-Brake Drive – A drive that is used to stop the conveyor belt immediately without cutting off the supply of power.

Clutch Drive – A drive used to disengage the motor from the reducer without stopping it or cutting off the power.

Converging – A section where two conveyors meet and merge into one.

Cross Bracing – Rods that are placed diagonally over the conveyor in order to help in squaring frames, useful for tracking.

Drive – A motor and other parts that collectively produce the power necessary for conveyor movement.

Drive Pulley – Pulley responsible for conveyor belt movement. This is attached to the conveyor drive shaft.

Feeder – A conveyor that is designed to control the rate of delivery of objects.

Flow – A term for the direction of travel on a conveyor.

Frame – A structural conveyor system component that provides the main support for the network of machinery that makes up the conveyor system.

Horsepower – A measure of the time rate of doing work.

Infeed End – The part of the conveyor that is nearest the loading zone.

Intermediate Bed – The part of the conveyor that is in the middle and does not contain the tail or drive assemblies.

Lacing – What is used to attach segments of belts together.

Magnetic Starter – An electrical device that controls the motor and provides overload protection.

Motor – A machine that is used to transfer electrical energy into mechanical energy.

Nose Roller – Small roller on a power belt curve conveyor that reduces the gap at the transfer points.

Overhead Drive – A drive assembly that is mounted over the conveyor belt and allows clearance for the product.

Plow – A device that is placed across the path of a conveyor at a certain angle and is used to discharge or deflect objects.

Pop-Out Roller – A roller used to aid in transfer, set in a wide groove to allow it to eject if an object comes between it and the belt.

Powered Feeder – A part of a belt conveyor that is used to move products horizontally onto an incline conveyor.

Pressure Roller – In a belt driven live roller conveyor, a roller used for holding the driving belt in contact with the load carrying rollers.

Pulley – Wheel mechanism that controls the movement, speed and direction of materials. These contain a bore or a groove to which the conveyor is attached.

Pusher – A device that is used for diverting a product from one conveyor line to another line or chute.

Roller – A round part that revolves around the outer surface of a conveyor. These can be straight, tapered or crowned, and serve as the rolling support for the load being conveyed.

Roller Bed – An assembly of rollers over which products move on a roller conveyor.

Shaft – Bar responsible for the transmission of force to the support of materials on the conveyor.

Slider Bed – The surface on which the belt conveyor slides.

Slug Mode – A mode that allows all packages to be released simultaneously.

Throughput – Amount of material conveyed in a specific amount of time.

Tracking – The act of steering the belt to maintain the desired path.

Transfer – A device that is used to move products at right angles to adjacent or parallel conveyor lines.

Turnbuckle – Link that has a screw thread at both ends, and is used for tightening the rod, normally in cross-bracing.

Turning Wheel – A wheel that helps ensure proper package orientation.





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STAMATIOS FASSOULAKIS
Greece
Local time: 03:15
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