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Since starting as an inventor and maker of chain for belt drives, Link-Belt has grown into a manufacturer of various power transmission components. Bearings are a specialty, but so too are reducers, reducer gearing, and gearboxes.

Today Link-Belt is part of Rexnord, a leading producer of bearings, couplings, gearboxes and conveying solutions based in Wisconsin. The Rexnord philosophy is to deliver the lowest total cost of ownership among competing brands. To that end, Link-Belt products are robust, durable, and designed for service in the field.

West River Conveyors carries a limited amount of Link-Belt parts to meet your operational and maintenance needs. Contact us at 800-332-2781 to discuss sizing, availability, and pricing.

Link-Belt Bearings

If you’re looking for pillow block bearings, Link-Belt has you covered. They have bearings with a two-piece structure that addresses shaft alignment problems and they make it possible to change seals in the field. Roller bearings, ball bearings, and sleeve bearings are all part of their product portfolio.

Link-Belt bearings are designed by people who understand the challenges of your industry. These are rugged “workhorse” products that last and won’t cause you maintenance headaches.

Check our complete line of available bearings here.

Link-Belt Reducers & Gearboxes

Link-Belt reducers come in many different forms: parallel shaft and inline with helical and worm drives, and in many different reduction ratios. If you need to replace a worn-out Link-Belt reducer, want to upgrade an existing unit, or are looking to add to your conveyor system, a Link-Belt reducer from West River Conveyors could be an excellent choice.

View available reducers/gearboxes here.

Link-Belt Reducer Gearing

Rebuilding, repairing or upgrading an existing Link-Belt reducer? Then you need a Link-Belt reducer gearing. 

West River Conveyors carries a range of Link-Belt reducer gearing, helical and worm drive, and in a range of ratios.

Check our inventory of reducer gearing here

Link-Belt Shaft-Mount Reducers

Link-Belt shaft-mount reducers are designed with maintenance and installation in mind. Oversized fill and drain holes and accessible grease fittings make them easy to lubricate while their unique tapered bushing design facilitates installation and removal. In addition, their cast iron housings reduce transmission of noise and vibration.

Link-Belt shaft-mounted reducers come in a wide range of gear ratios. 

To see our full line of shaft-mount reducers, click here.

Looking for Link-Belt Conveyor Parts?

West River Conveyors carries a limited amount of Link-Belt bearings, reducers and reducer gearing. If you need assistance in finding the right parts for your operation our team is ready to help.

At West River Conveyors we offer shipping and ordering of replacement Link-Belt parts too. 

For more information, contact us online or call us at 800-332-2781 today.

Manufacturer of Custom Mining Conveyor Equipment and Replacement Parts

Terminal Equipment

TERMINAL EQUIPMENT

Belt Drives, Takeups, Tail Sections, Chutes, Remote Discharges, Winches

Reducers/Gearboxes

REDUCERS/GEARBOXES

In stock and ready for delivery from Falk, Sumitomo and Dodge

Conveyor Belts

CONVEYOR BELTS

MSHA approved underground & surface belt types

Conveyor Structure, Idlers, Impact Bars

CONVEYOR STRUCTURE, IDLERS, IMPACT BARS

In-Stock and ready for delivery. Manufactured in-house

Call 877.826.0051 or Contact Us for a Free Estimate REQUEST A QUOTE

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