West River carries an impressive inventory that includes a variety of rollers and idlers, so you can spend less time worrying about your conveyor’s performance, and more time running your operations out in the field.
At West River Conveyors, we offer CEMA B, C, D, E and F rigid rail underground idler, inline structure, catenary underground idler structure, transitional and other specialty engineered idlers. We can accommodate belt widths from 24 to 72 inches, although additional sizes are available. We also work with reputable brands like PPI for rollers and idlers.
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Bearing integrity, can durability, low shaft run-out and effective seals are the four major components that any good conveyor roller and idler should deliver. Turn to our line of products to achieve these features for seamless conveyor operation.
Steel tube rollers are the most common types of idlers that you’ll find on conveyors in the mining industry. All of West River’s idlers are designed to meet or exceed the load limits established by CEMA.
If your conveyor is working in demanding applications and needs to conform to CEMA standards, a PPI idler is right for you.
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West River Conveyors: Where Strength & Reliability Meet
At West River, we carry rollers and idlers in all different types and sizes, so you can ensure you’re able to find the right product for your application.
Products we supply come from the most reputable, high-quality brands and are offered to you at fair, affordable prices.
If you need assistance or more information to determine which types of rollers and idlers are best for your conveyor application, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our qualified representatives for help.
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