Conveyor belt sag also referred to as catenary sag, is the tensionless section of the belt that hangs down on the return side of the conveyor. It is an intended section of the belt that is required to keep the conveyor running smoothly by tensioning it. A list of conveyor belt sag angles is provided below.
|0.5||ISO 5048:1989||No clear design factor indicated.||Link|
|2||ISO 5048:1989||No clear design factor indicated.||Link|
|3||20° Trough - Fine Material||Link|
|3||35° Trough - Fine Material||Link|
|2||35° Trough - Lumps up to max lump size||Link|
|1.5||45° Trough - Max lump size||Link|
|3||20° Trough - Max lump size||Link|
|2||35° Trough - Max lump size||Link|
|2||45° Trough - Lumps up to max lump size||Link|
|3||20° Trough - Lumps up to max lump size||Link|
|3||45° Trough - Fine Material||Link|
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