PV Cleaner

The Martin® PV Cleaner uses a one-piece urethane blade for effective belt cleaning on aggregate industry conveyors.

Features and Benefits:

  • One-piece blade contains approximately 20 percent more urethane than comparable primary cleaners, extending service life
  • Uses an aggressive angle of attack to the belt to increase cleaning efficiency
  • Allows "one-pin, no-tool" blade replacement. Drop the sturdy blade into place on the reinforced steel mainframe and secure it with a wire lock pin
  • Economical assembly including mainframe, urethane blade and tensioner
  • A special version for ATEX zones is available on request


  • The Martin® PV Cleaner fits head pulleys up to 16 inches (406 mm) in diameter and belt widths from 12 to 72 inches (300 to 1800 mm)
  • Blades can be two inches (50 mm) or six inches (150 mm) less than belt width, to match the width of the cargo on the belt


  • Martin Engineering’s color-coded high performance urethanes available to suit application
  • Martin® Twist™ Tensioner or Spring Tensioner also available
  • Blades can be solid or segments

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 72 in (up to 2000 mm)
Belt Speed Up to 500 fpm (up to 2.5 m/s)
Pulley Diameter 12-16 in (200-400 mm)
Temperature Between -40 °C and 150 °C
Corrosive Conditions Yes
Compatible with Reversing Belts or Roll Back Yes
Accommodates Mechanical Splices Yes


Brochure - Conveyor Products Download
Tech Data Sheet - PV Cleaner Download
Operator Manual - Primary and Secondary Cleaners (Part 1) Download
Operator Manual - PV Cleaner (Part 2) Download

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Conveyor Belt Cleaner Resolves Carryback In Aggregate Application
A limestone company had a significant amount of material being carried back along the underside of the conveyors. This carryback would accumulate and create mounds of spillage that would pile up in excess amounts causing operational issues. For safety reasons and to increase production, the crew was required to shovel and wash carryback spillage daily.
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Salt Buildup At Chemical Plant Causing Frequent Shutdowns
At the Arkema Group chemical site in France, a salt storage facility that stores and supplies salt had developed a lot of buildup from carryback along the belt. This buildup required a stop every six months for manual clean-up. After reviewing the system, Martin Engineering recommended two solutions.
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New Belt Cleaner Saves 24 Hours Per Week In Cleanup Time
An aggregate facility handles 1.5 million tons of limestone per year. After experiencing excessive carryback on their existing conveyors, they wanted to make sure to address the issue when adding a new conveyor. The plant spent 16 to 24 hours per week cleaning up. There was also excessive damage to the conveyors.
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