At West River Conveyors, we hold inventory of new and used conveyor pulleys to help you get your job done right. We carry a stock of different lagging materials, including ceramic, diamond, smooth, and herringbone or chevron textures. We work directly with our customers to find the conveyor pulley that will fit their unique application.
If your company needs a reliable new or refabricated conveyor pulley, West River Conveyors can help.
Starting with the pulley shaft, Conveyor Equipment Manufacturing Association (CEMA) system specifications dictate a standard shaft extension – and West River Conveyors proudly surpasses that standard.
When our heavy-duty integral end discs with bushings are utilized, axial movement along the shaft is drastically dampened. This reduction in movement mitigates the common failure point on other conveyor pulley systems.
Our current stock of conveyor pulleys includes:
Depending on your specific application requirements, we offer a variety of sizes and lagging options from leading suppliers. We carry name-brand products from Dodge/Baldor, PPI, and Martin CCI.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, we may be able to order the part to our warehouse or have it shipped directly to your job site.
It is highly important to West River Conveyors that we never lose contact with our customers after they have purchased from our inventory. We will take the time to walk you through the entire pulley purchasing process and ensure that you receive the equipment and parts that will fit your operation’s needs promptly.
Call 800-332-2781 today to order a conveyor pulley or request a quote online.
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