A range of replacement belt cleaner blades for belt cleaning systems from any manufacturer are provided by Martin, while colour-coded urethanes can match performance to specific conditions.
Features and benefits:
- Reduce loss of material and clean up chores and eliminate material carryback
- With fewer blade changes, maintenance downtime is reduced
- Martin’s range of replacement belt cleaner blades is the best price per performance on the market.
- Blades are available for the full line of Martin® belt cleaners, as are retrofit-replacements for many other manufacturers’ models.
- Blades are backed up with our Absolutely No Excuses Guarantee.
Martin® belt cleaner urethane selection
Martin Engineering is the leader in the development of high-performance urethanes used for specialised belt cleaner and belt scraper applications. These colour-coded blades can be supplied for any Martin® primary cleaner, and also any primary cleaner from another manufacturer.
New teal urethane
The teal urethane is formulated for use as a squeegee blade on the Martin® H2O Cleaner. It has a continuous temperature of -20° to 160°F (-40° to 70°C). However, it is not available in primary cleaner blades.
Green high temperature urethane (GR)
This can be used for exposure to intermittent temperatures up to 350°F (177°C), and has a continuous temperature of -40° to 300°F (-40° to 150°C). The typical material is clinker.
Brown chemical-resistant urethane (BR)
This provides improved resistance to chemicals and reduces the absorption of water in high-moisture environments. It has a continuous temperature of -40° to 160°F (-40° to 70°C), while its typical material is limestone.
Orange standard Martin® urethane (OR)
Suitable for 80% or more of all belt cleaner applications, including abrasive conditions, the orange standard urethane is the best choice for exposure to solvents or oil. It has a continuous temperature of -20° to 160°F (-30° to 70°C). The typical materials used are bauxite, coke, coal, overburden refuse and steel/ore.
Clear low-rigidity urethane (CL)
The CL is ideal for for dry products such as sand and gravel, and to improve consistency, it is now tan in colour. Typical materials include gravel and dry sand, and the continuous temperature is -20° to 160°F.
Navy blue low-adhesion urethane (NB)
This is good for sticky or tacky materials, such as cement, glass and wood Chips. Continuous temperature is -20° to 160°F (-30° to 70°C).