Martin Engineering has you covered with belt cleaners specifically engineered for challenging conditions and unusual materials.

Installed mainly as secondary belt cleaners, Martin Engineering’s specialty belt cleaners include products engineered to perform under the most challenging conditions, such as extreme temperatures, as well as suited for food grade applications. Products are also available that perform with varying types of belts, including ribbed, flighted, grooved or chevron conveyor belts.

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

Increased Productivity
  • Keep belts cleaner, improving efficiency
  • Catch fugitive material and return it to the flow stream
  • Rely on products that last longer and need less maintenance
Safer Operation
  • Use the right products for the right application, including high temperatures
  • Reduce respirable dust by keeping belts cleaner and more efficient
  • Eliminate the need for hazardous maintenance and housekeeping
More Profit
  • Less fugitive material means more throughput and more profit
  • Eliminate unnecessary downtime for maintenance and housekeeping
Available Models
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Image Product Max Belt Speed Max Belt Width Pulley Diameter
Brush Cleaner Brush Cleaner 500 fpm (2.5 m/s) Up to 72 in (up to 2000 mm)
Washbox™ Cleaning System Washbox™ Cleaning System 1000 fpm (5,1 m/s) Up to 84 in (2000-2200 mm)

Note: Selecting the correct belt width depends on the design and operation of your belt conveyor. The following two criteria are important for the selection of belt cleaners:

1. The cleaning width. Consider the width of the material to be cleaned, and the possible belt misalignment on your conveyor.

2. The length of the scraper main frame. Consider the width of the conveyor structure or chute enclosure and, in addition, the width of the tensioners. It must be possible to insert the scraper main frame at a sufficient depth into the tensioners and fix them there.

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Every conveyor is different, even within the same facility! We can provide regularly-scheduled reviews of your bulk material handling system components, involving a specialized crew with the expertise necessary to achieve high operating standards, keeping the conveyor system running at maximum productivity. Immediate data and photos will be available to facility managers and our suggestions will ensure long-term savings and efficiency.

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