SQC2™ Cleaner

The Martin® SQC2™ Secondary Belt Cleaner incorporates individually-cushioned tungsten carbide blades for effective conveyor belt cleaning without risk to belt, splice or blade.

Features and Benefits:

  • Rugged belt cleaner construction withstands punishing applications, like high-speed belts and high-tonnage loads
  • Patented rubber buffers maintain cleaning pressure while deflecting to allow splices to pass
  • Compact secondary belt cleaner design allows installation in close quarters; narrow profile resists material buildup
  • Rubber buffers allow for reversal of belt direction without damage to belt
  • A special version for ATEX zones is available on request


  • Suited for medium to heavy-duty applications, on belt widths from 18 to 120 inches (~400 to 3200 mm) operating at speeds up to 1000 fpm (5.1 m/sec)


  • Available with acid-resistant blades for belts with clips, acid-resistant for reversing belts, tungsten carbide

Our technicians and engineers are available to provide expert advice and assistance on this product and all of your bulk material handling questions and problems. Please contact us today and let us help!

Product Specifications

Belt Width Up to 126 in (up to 3000 mm)
Belt Speed Up to 5.1 m/s
Temperature Between -30 °C and 95 °C
Corrosive Conditions Yes
Compatible with Reversing Belts or Roll Back Yes
Accommodates Mechanical Splices Yes


Brochure - Belt Cleaning Solutions Download
Tech Data Sheet - SQC2™ Cleaner Download
Operator Manual - Primary and Secondary Cleaners (Part 1) Download
Operator Manual - SQC2™ Cleaner (Part 2) Download

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