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CEMA Document: SC 2004-01

WARNING AND SAFETY REMINDERS FOR


SCREW , DRAG , AND BUCKET ELEVATOR CONVEYORS
APPROVED FOR DISTRIBUTION BY THE SCREW CONVEYOR SECTION OF THE
CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (CEMA)
It is the responsibility of the contractor,
installer, owner and user to install,
maintain and operate the conveyor,
components and, conveyor assemblies in
such a manner as to comply with the
Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and
Health Act and with all state and local laws
and ordinances and the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI) B20.1 Safety
Code.
In order to avoid an unsafe or hazardous
condition, the assemblies or parts must
be installed and operated in accordance
with the following minimum provisions.
1. Conveyors shall not be operated
unless all covers and/or guards for the
conveyor and drive unit are in place. If
the conveyor is to be opened for
inspection cleaning, maintenance or
observation, the electric power to the
motor driving the conveyor must be
LOCKED OUT in such a manner that
the conveyor cannot be restarted by
anyone; however remote from the area,
until conveyor cover or guards and
drive guards have been properly
replaced.
2. If the conveyor must have an open
housing as a condition of its use and
application, the entire conveyor is then
to be guarded by a railing or fence in
accordance with ANSI standard
B20.1.(Request current edition and
addenda)
3. Feed openings for shovel, front
loaders or other manual or mechanical
equipment shall be constructed in such
a way that the conveyor opening is
covered by a grating. If the nature of
the material is such that a grating
cannot be used, then the exposed
section of the conveyor is to be guarded
by a railing or fence and there shall be
a warning sign posted.
4. Do not attempt any maintenance or
repairs of the conveyor until power has
been LOCKED OUT.
5. Always operate conveyor in
accordance with these instructions and
those contained on the caution labels
affixed to the equipment.

6. Do not place hands, feet, or any part


of your body, in the conveyor.
7. Never walk on conveyor covers,
grating or guards.
8. Do not use conveyor for any purpose
other than that for which it was
intended.
9. Do not poke or prod material into the
conveyor with a bar or stick inserted
through the openings.
10. Keep area around conveyor drive
and control station free of debris and
obstacles.
11. Eliminate all sources of stored
energy (materials or devices that could
cause conveyor components to move
without power applied) before opening
the conveyor

12. Do not attempt to clear a jammed


conveyor until power has been
LOCKED OUT.
13. Do not attempt field modification of
conveyor or components.
14. Conveyors are not normally
manufactured or designed to handle
materials that are hazardous to
personnel. These materials which are
hazardous include those that are
explosive, flammable, toxic or
otherwise dangerous to personnel.
Conveyors may be designed to handle
these materials. Conveyors are not
manufactured or designed to comply
with local, state or federal codes for
unfired pressure vessels. If hazardous
materials are to be conveyed or if the
conveyor is to be subjected to internal
or external pressure, manufacturer
should be consulted prior to any
modifications.
CEMA insists that disconnecting and
locking out the power to the motor driving
the unit provides the only real protection
against injury. Secondary safety devices
are available; however, the decision as to
their need and the type required must be
made by the owner-assembler as we have

no information regarding plant wiring,


plant environment, the interlocking of the
screw conveyor with other equipment,
extent of plant automation, etc. Other
devices should not be used as a substitute
for locking out the power prior to removing
guards or covers. We caution that use of
the secondary devices may cause
employees to develop a false sense of
security and fail to lock out power before
removing covers or guards. This could
result in a serious injury should the
secondary device fail or malfunction.
There are many kinds of electrical devices
for interlocking of conveyors and conveyor
systems such that if one conveyor in a
system or process is stopped other
equipment feeding it, or following it can
also be automatically stopped.
Electrical controls, machinery guards,
railings, walkways, arrangement of
installation, training of personnel, etc., are
necessary ingredients for a safe working
place. It is the responsibility of the
contractor, installer, owner and user to
supplement the materials and services
furnished with these necessary items to
make the conveyor installation comply
with the law and accepted standards.
Conveyor inlet and discharge openings
are designed to connect to other
equipment or machinery so that the flow
of material into and out of the conveyor is
completely enclosed.
One or more warning labels should be
visible on conveyor housings, conveyor
covers and elevator housings. If the labels
attached to the equipment become
illegible, please order replacement
warning labels from the OEM or CEMA.
The Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers
Association (CEMA) has produced an
audio-visual presentation entitled Safe
Operation of Screw Conveyors, Drag
Conveyors, and Bucket Elevators. CEMA
encourages acquisition and use of this
source of safety information to
supplement your safety program.
SEE OTHER SIDE FOR
SAFETY LABELS

NOTICE: This document is provided by CEMA as a service to the industry in the interest of promoting safety. It is advisory only and it is not a substitute
for a thorough safety program. Users should consult with qualified engineers and other safety professionals. CEMA makes no representations or
warranties, either expressed or implied, and the users of this document assume full responsibility for the safe design and operation of equipment.

CEMA Document: SC 2004-01

CEMA Safety Labels


The CEMA safety labels shown below should be used on screw conveyors, drag conveyors, and bucket elevators.
Safety labels should be placed on inlets, discharges, troughs, covers, inspection doors & drive guards. See CEMA
Safety Label Placement Guidelines on CEMA Web Site: http://www.cemanet.org/safety/guidelines.html

Exposed moving
parts can cause
severe injury

CHR930001

LOCK OUT POWER


before removing
guard

Walking or standing on
conveyor covers or
gratings can cause
severe injury
STAY OFF
CHS991026

WARNING
Exposed screw and
moving parts can
cause severe injury

CHR930011

CVS930010

CVS930012

Exposed conveyors
and moving parts
can cause severe
injury

Exposed buckets and


moving parts can
cause severe injury

LOCK OUT POWER


before removing
cover or servicing

LOCK OUT POWER


before removing
cover or servicing

LOCK OUT POWER


before removing
cover or servicing

PROMINENTLY DISPLAY
THESE
SAFETY LABELS
ON
INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
SEE OTHER SIDE FOR SAFETY REMINDERS

CVS930011

Exposed screw and


moving parts can
cause severe injury
LOCK OUT POWER
before removing
cover or servicing

Note: Labels alone do not substitute for a thorough inplant safety training program centered on the hazards
associated with operating your installed equipment.
Contact CEMA or Your Equipment Manufacturer for
Replacement Labels
CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
6724 Lone Oak Blvd., Naples, Florida 34109
239-514-3441

Table of Contents
Materials Classification Code Chart
Materials Characteristics
Capacity Table
Lump Size Table
Horsepower Calculation
Horsepower Nomograph
Screw Conveyor Deflection
Torque Rating
Torque Nomograph Stainless Steel
Torque Nomograph Carbon Steel
Screw Flights with Cuts and Folds
Weld Finishes
Thermal Expansion
Descriptive Part Numbers
Component Selection
Part Two Conveyor Components
Conveyor Layout
Hanger Bearings
Replacement Flighting
Sectional Screws
Sectional Flights
Sectional Screw Ribbons
Troughs
Discharges
Bulkheads
End Flanges
Clamps
Seals
Shrouds
Feet
Saddles
Shafts
Coupling Bolts, Internal Collars, End Lugs
Trough Ends
Trough End Bearings
Hanger Bearings
Hangers
Gates
Inlets
Hanger Pockets
Covers
Cover Clamps

Page 2
Page 3-14
Page 15-17
Page 18
Page 19-21
Page 22-23
Page 24
Page 25
Page 26
Page 27
Page 28
Page 29
Page 30
Page 31
Page 32
Page 33
Page 34-35
Page 36
Page 37
Page 38-39
Page 40
Page 41
Page 42-48
Page 49
Page 50
Page 51
Page 52
Page 53-54
Page 55
Page 56
Page 57
Page 58-60
Page 61
Page 62-65
Page 66-67
Page 68
Page 69-73
Page 74-79
Page 80
Page 81
Page 82-83
Page 84

Page 1

Material Classification Code Chart


Major
Class

Material Characteristics Included

Code
Designation

Density

Bulk Density, Loose

Actual
Lbs/cu. ft.

Very Fine
Fine
Size

Granular

*Lumpy
Irregular

Flowability

No. 200 Sieve (.0029) And Under


No. 100 Sieve (.0059) And Under
No. 40 Sieve (.016) And Under

A200
A100
A40

No.

B6

6 Sieve (.132) And Under

And Under
3 And Under
7 And Under

C
D3
D7

16 And Under
Over 16 To Be Specified
X = Actual Maximum Size

D16

Stringy, Fibrous, Cylindrical, Slabs, Etc.

Very Free Flowing Flow Function > 10


Free Flowing Flow Function > 4 But < 10
Average Flowability Flow Function > 2 But < 4
Sluggish Flow Function < 2

DX

1
2
3
4

Mildly Abrasive
Index 1-17
5
Moderately Abrasive
Index 18-67
6
Extremely Abrasive
Index 68-416
7
Builds Up and Hardens
F
Generates Static Electricity
G
Decomposes --- Deteriorates in Storage
H
Flammability
J
Becomes Plastic or Tends to Soften
K
Very Dusty
L
Aerates and Becomes Fluid
M
Miscellaneous
Explosiveness
N
Stickiness-Adhesion
O
Properties
Contaminable, Affecting Use
P
Or
Degradable, Affecting Use
Q
Gives Off Harmful or Toxic Gas or Fumes
R
Hazards
Highly Corrosive
S
Mildly Corrosive
T
Hygroscopic
U
Interlocks, Mats or Agglomerates
V
Oils Present
W
Packs Under Pressure
X
Very Light and Fluffy May Be Windswept
Y
Elevated Temperature
Z
HOW TO READ THE MATERIAL CODE FROM MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS TABLE.
MATERIAL: CHIPS, PULPWOOD
Abrasiveness

Page 2

Material Characteristics

Material
Acetylenogen (See Calcium Carbide)
Adipic Acid
Alfalfa Meal
Alfalfa Pellets
Alfalfa Seeds
Almonds, Broken
Almonds, Whole Shelled
Alum, Fine
Alum, Lumpy
Alumina
Alumina, Fines
Alumina, Seed or Briquette
Aluminate Gel (Aluminate Hydroxide)
Aluminum Chips, Dry
Aluminum Chips, Oily
Aluminum Hydrate
Aluminum Ore (See Bauxite)
Aluminum Oxide
Aluminum Silicate
Aluminum Sulfate
Amianthus (See Asbestos-Shredded)
Ammonium Chloride, Crystalline
Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium Sulfate
Andalvsite (Aluminum Silicate)
Antimony Powder
Apple Pomace, Dry
Arsenate of Lead (See Lead Arsenate)
Arsenic Oxide (Arsenolite)
Arsenic Pulverized
Asbestos-Rock (Ore)
Asbestos-Shredded
Ash, Black, Ground
Ashes, Coal - Dry -
Ashes, Coal - Dry - 3
Ashes, Coal - Wet -
Ashes, Coal - Wet - 3
Asphalt, Crushed -
Bagasse, Dry
Bakelite, Fine
Baking Powder
Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
Barite (Barium Sulfate) + - 3
Barite, Powder
Barium Carbonate
Bark, Wood, Refuse

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

45
14-22
41-33
10-15
27-30
28-30
45-50
50-60
55-65
35
65
45
7-15
7-15
13-20

45A100 35
18B645WY
42C25
13B615N
29C35Q
29C35Q
48B635U
55B625
58B627MY
35A10027MY
65D337
45B635
11E45V
11E45V
17C35

30A
30A
45
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
15
15
15
30B
30A
30A
30A

0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.9
0.9
0.6
1.4
1.8
1.6
2.0
1.7
1.2
0.8
1.4

2B
2D
2D
1A-8-C
2D
2D
1A-B-C
2A-B
3D
3D
3D
2D
2D
2D
1A-B-C

60-120
49
45-58

90A10017M
49C35S
52C25

15
45
30A

1.8
0.8
1.0

3D
3A-B
1A-B-C

45-52
45-62
45-58
49
15

49A10045FRS
54A4035NTU
52C35FOTU
49C35
A10035
15C45Y

30A
30A
30A
45
30B
30B

0.7
1.3
1.0
0.8
1.6
1.0

3A-B
3D
1A-B-C
3A-B
2D
2D

100-120
30
81
20-40
105
35-45
35-40
45-50
45-50
45
7-10
30-45
40-55
40-55
120-180
120-180
72
10-20

110A10035R
30A10025R
81D337R
30E46XY
105B635
40C46TY
38D346T
48C46T
48D346T
45C45
9E45R/XY
38B625
48A10035
48A10025
150D336
150A10035X
72A10045R
15E45TYY

45
15
30B
30A
30B
15
30B
15
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
15
30B
30B
30B

0.8
1.2
1.0
2.0
3.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
2.0
1.5
1.4
0.6
1.0
2.6
2.0
2.0
2.0

2D
3D
2D
1A-B-C
3D
3D
3D
3D
1A-B-C
2A-B-C
1A-B-C
1B
1B
3D
2D
3D
3D

Page 3

Material Characteristics
Material

Barley, Fine Ground


Barley, Malted
Barley, Meal
Barley, Whole
Baryte (See Barite)
Basalt
Bauxite, Dry, Ground
Bauxite, Crushed 3
Beans, Castor
Beans, Castor, Meal
Beans, Navy Dry
Beans, Navy Steeped
Beans, Soy (See Soybeans)
Beet Pulp Dry
Beet Pulp Wet
Bentonite, Crude
Bentonite, -100 Mesh
Benzene Hexachloride
Bicarbonate of Soda
Blood, Dried
Blood, Ground, Dried
Bluestone (See Copper Sulfate)
Bone Ash (Tricalcium Phosphate)
Bone Black
Bone Char
Bones, Crushed
Bones, Ground
Bones, Whole
Bonemeal
Borate of Lime
Borax, Fine
Borax, Screening-
Borax, 1 - 2 Lump
Borax, 2-3 Lump
Boric Acid, Fine
Boron
Bran, Rice-Rye-Wheat
Braunite (Manganese Oxide)
Bread Crumbs
Brewers Grain, Spent Dry
Brewers Grain, Spent Wet
Brick, Ground- 1/8
Bronze Chips

Page 4

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

24-38
31
28
36-48

31B635
31C35
28C35
42B625N

45
30A
30A
45

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5

1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C

80-105
68
75-80
36
35-40
48
60

93B627
68B625
80D336
36C15W
38B635W
48C15
60C25

15
45
15
30A
30A
45
45

1.8
1.8
2.5
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.8

3D
1A-B-C
3D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C

11-16
25-45
34-40
50-60
56
40-45
35-45
30

37D345X
55A10025MXY
56A10045R
45A20025Y
30A10035U

30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A

1.2
0.7
0.6
0.6
2.0
1.0

2D
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B

40-50
20-25
27-40
35-50
50
35-50
50-60
60
45-55
55-60
55-60
60-70
55
75
16-20
120
20-25
14-30
55-60
100-120
30-50

45A10045
23A10025Y
34B635
43D335
50B645
43E45V
55B635
60A10035
50B625T
58C35
58D335
65D335
55B625T
75A10037
18B635NY
120A10036
23B35PQ
22C45
58C45T
110B637
40B625N

30A
30B
30B
30B
30B
30A
30B
30A
30B
30B
30B
30B
30A
15
30A
30B
30A
30A
30A
15
15

1.6
1.5
1.6
2.0
1.7
3.0
1.7
0.6
0.7
1.5
1.8
2.0
0.8
1.0
0.5
2.0
0.6
0.5
0.8-4.0
2.2
2.0

1A-B
1A-B
1A-B
2D
2D
D2
2D
1A-B-C
3D
2D
2D
2D
3D
2D
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2A-B
3D
2D

40D345U

Material Characteristics

Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Buckwheat
37-42
Calcine, Flour
75-85
Calcium Carbide
70-90
Calcium Carbonate (See Limestone)
Calcium Fluoride (See Fluospar)
Calcium Hydrate (See Lime Hydrated)
Calcium Hydroxide (See Lime Hydrated)
Calcium Lactate
26-29
Calcium Magnesium Carbonate 90-100
Calcium Oxide (See Lime, Unflaked)
Calcium Phosphate
40-50
Calcium Sulfate (See Gypsum)
Carbon, Activated - Dry
8-20
Carbon Black Fine
4-6
Carbon Black Pelleted
20-40
Carborundum
100
Casein
36
Cashew Nuts
32-37
Cast Iron, Chips
130-200
Caustic Soda
88
Caustic Soda, Flakes
47
Celite (Diatomaceous Earth)
11-17
Cement, Clinker
75-95
Cement, Mortar
133
Cement, Portland
94
Cement, Aerated (Portland)
60-75
Cerrusite (See Lead Carbonate)
Chalk, Crushed
75-95
67-75
Chalk, Pulverized
18-28
Charcoal, Ground
Charcoal, Lumps
18-28
Chips, Pulpwood
12-25
Chocolate, Cake Pressed
40-45
Chrome Ore
125-140
Cinders, Blast Furnace
57
Cinders, Coal
40
Clay, Ceramic Dry
60-80
Clay, Calcined
80-100
Clay, Brick Dry, Fine
100-120
Clay Dry, Lumpy
60-75
Clinker, Cement (See Cement, Clinker)

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

40B625N
80A10035
80D325N

45
30A
30B

0.4
0.7
2.0

1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D

28D345QTR

30A
30B

0.6
2.0

2A-B
2D

45A10045

30A

1.6

1A-B-C

14A200
5A200

30B
30A

1.2
0.4

2D
1A-B-C

100D327
36B635
35C45
165C45
88B635RSU

15
30B
30A
30B
30B
30A
15
15
30A
30B
30B

3.0
1.6
0.7
4.0
1.8
1.5
1.6
1.8
3.0
1.4
1.4

2D
3D
2D
2D
2D
3D
2D
3D
3D
2D
2D

30B
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
15
15
15
30A
30B
30B
30A

1.9
1.4
1.2
1.4
1.0
1.5
2.5
1.9
1.8
1.5
2.4
2.0
1.8

2D
2D
2D
2D
2B
2B
3D
3D
3D
1A-B-C
3D
3D
2D

47C45RSUX
14A4036Y
85D336
133B635Q
94A10026M
68A10016M

85D325
71A10025MXY
23A10045
23D345Q

19C45T
45D325
133D336
57D336T
40D336T
70A10035P
90B636

110C36
68D335

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Material Characteristics
Material

Coal, Anthracite (River & Culm)


Coal, Anthracite, -
Coal, Bituminous Mined
Coal, Bituminous, Mined, Sized
Coal, Bituminous, Mined, Slack
Coal, Lignite
Cocoa, Beans
Cocoa Nibs
Cocoa, Powdered
Coconut, Shredded
Coffee, Chaff
Coffee, Green Bean
Coffee, Ground Dry
Coffee, Ground Net
Coffee, Roasted Bean
Coffee, Soluble
Coke, Breeze
Coke, Loose
Coke, Calcined
Compost
Concrete, Pre Mix Dry
Copper Ore
Copper Ore, Crushed
Copper Sulphate (Bluestone)
Copperas (See Ferrous Sulfate)
Copra Cake Ground
Copra, Cake Lumpy
Copra, Lumpy
Copra, Meal
Cork, Ground Fine
Cork, Granulated
Corn, Cracked
Corn Cobs, Ground
Corn Cobs, Whole
Corn Ear
Corn Germ
Corn/Grits
Cornmeal
Corn Oil, Cake
Corn Seed

Page 6

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

1.0
1.0
0.9
1.0
0.9
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.9
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.0
3.0
4.0
4.0
1.0

2A-B
2A-B
1A-B
1A-B
2A-B
2D
1A-B
1A-B
1A-B
2B
1A-B
1A-B
1A-B
1A-B
1B
1B
3D
3D
3D
3A-B
3D
3D
3D
2A-B-C

0.7
0.8
1.0
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.7
0.6

1A-B-C
2A-B-C
2A-B-C
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2A-B
2A-B
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B
1A-B
1A-B-C

55-61
49-61
40-60
45-50
43-50
37-45
30-45
35
30-35
20-22
20
25-32
25
35-45
20-30
19
25-35
23-35
35-45
30-50
85-120
120-150
100-150
60-70

60B635TY
55C25
50D335LNXY
48D335QV

135Cx36
125D336
65C35

30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
45
15
15
15
15
30A
30B
15
15
30A

40-45
25-30
22

43B645HW
28D335HW
22E35HW
42B635HW
10B635JNY
14C35JY
45B625P
17C25Y
14E35
56E35
21B635PY
43B635P
43B635P
25D745HW
45C25PQ

30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
45

40-45
5-15

12-15
40-50
17
12-15
56
21
40-45
32-40
25
45

47C45T
41D335T
38C25Q
35C25
33A10045XY
21E45
20B625MY

29C25PQ
25A4035P
40A4045X

25CPQ
19A4035PUY
30C37
30D737
40D737
40D745TV

103C36V

0.4
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.4

Material Characteristics
Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Corn, Shelled
45
Corn Sugar
30-35
Cottonseed, Cake, Crushed
40-45
Cottonseed, Cake, Lumpy
40-45
Cottonseed Dry, Delinted
22-40
Cottonseed Dry, Undelinted
18-25
Cottonseed, Flakes
20-25
Cottonseed, Hulls
12
Cottonseed, Meal, Expeller
25-30
Cottonseed, Meal, Extracted
35-40
Cottonseed, Meats Dry
40
Cottonseed, Meats Rolled
35-40
Cracklings, Crushed
40-50
Cryolite, Dust
75-90
Cryolite, Lumpy
90-110
Cullet, Fine
80-120
Cullet, Lump
80-120
Cupric Sulphate (See Copper Sulfate)
Diatomaceous Earth
11-17
Dicalcium Phosphate
40-50
Disodium Phosphate
25-31
Dolomite (Calcium Magnesium
Carbonate), Crushed
80-100
Dolomite (Cal. Mag. Carbonite)
90-100
Earth, Loam, Dry Loose
76
Ebonite, Crushed
63-70
Egg Powder
16
Epsom Salt (Mag. Sulfate)
40-50
Ethanedioic Acid (See Oxalic Acid)
65-80
Feldspar, Ground
Feldspar, Powder
100
Feldspar, Lumps
90-100
Feldspar, Screenings
75-80
Ferrous Sulfide
120-135
Ferrous Sulfide 100M
105-120
Ferrous Sulfate
50-75
Fish Meal
35-40
Fish Scrap
40-50
Flaxseed
43-45
Flaxseed Cake (Linseed Cake)
48-50

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

45C25
33B635PU
43C45HW
43D745HW
31C25X
22C35XY
23C35HWY
12B645HW
28B645HW
37B635HW
40B635HW
45D345HW
45D345HW
83A10036
100D1636
100C37
100D1637

45
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30B
30B
15
15

0.4
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.6
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
1.3
1.3
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5

1A-B-C
1B
1A-B
2A-B
1A-B
1A-B
1A-B
3A-B
3A-B
1A-B
1A-B
2A-B-C
2A-B-C
2D
2D
3D
3D

14A4036Y
45A4035
28A4035

30B
30A
30B

1.6
1.6
0.5

3D
1A-B-C
3D

90C26T
95Dx36
76C36
67CY235
16A4035MPY
45A4035U

30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A

2.0
2.0
1.2
0.8
1.0
0.8

2D
2D
2D
1A-B-C
1B
1A-B-C

73A10037
100A20036
95D737
78C37
128C26
113A10036
63C35U
38C45HP
45D745H
44B635X
49D745W

30B
30B
30B
30B
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
45
30A

2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
0.4
0.7

2D
2D
2D
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B-C
2A-B-C
1A-B-C
2A-B

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Material Characteristics
Material

Flaxseed Meal (Linseed Meal)


Flour, Wheat
Flue Dust, Basic Oxygen Furnace
Flue Dust, Blast Furnace
Flue Dust, Boiler H. Dry
Fluorspar, Fine
Fluorspar, Lumps
Flyash Dry
Foundry Sand Dry (See Sand)
Fullers Earth Dry Raw
Fullers Earth, Oily, Spent
Fullers Earth Calcined
Galena (See Lead Sulfide)
Gelatin, Granulated
Gilsonite
Glass, Batch
Glue, Ground
Glue, Pearl
Glue, Veg. Powdered
Gluten, Meal
Grains, Distillery, Spent Dry
Grains, Distillery, Spent Wet
Graphite Flake
Graphite Flour
Graphite Ore
Granite, Fine
Grape Pomace
Grass Seed
Guano Dry
Gypsum, Calcined
Gypsum, Calcined, Powdered
Gypsum, Raw 1
Hay, Chopped
Hexanedioic Acid
Hominy
Hops, Spent Dry
Hops, Spent Wet
Ice, Crushed
Ice, Flaked
Ice Cubes

Page 8

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

25-45
33-40
45-60
110-125
30-45
80-100
90-110
30-45

35B645W
37A4045LP
53A4036LM
118A4036
38A4036LM
90B636
100D736
38A4036M

30A
30A
15
15
15
30B
30B
15

0.4
0.6
3.5
3.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
3.5

1A-B
1B
3D
3D
3D
2D
2D
3D

30-40
60-65
40

35A4025
63C45OW
40A10025

30B
15
15

2.0
2.0
2.0

2D
3D
3D

32
37
80-100
40
40
40
40
30
40-60
40
28
65-75
80-90
15-20
10-32

32B635PU
37C35
90C35
40B645U
40C35U
40A4045U
40B635P
30D335
50C45V
40B625LP
28A10035LMP
70D35L
85C27
18D345U
11B625PY
70C35
58B635U
70A10035U
75D325
10C35JY
45A10035
43C25D
35D335
53D345V
40D335Q
43C35Q
34D335Q

30A
30B
30B
30B
45
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
45
30A
15
30B
30A
30
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A

0.8
1.5
1.5
1.7
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.8
0.5
0.5
1.0
2.5
1.4
0.4
2.0
1.6
2.0
2.0
1.6
0.8
0.4
1.0
1.5
0.4
0.6
0.4

1B
3D
3D
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1B
2D
3A-B
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
3D
2D
1A-B-C
3A-B
2D
2D
2D
2A-B
2B
1A-B-C
2A-B-C
2A-B
2A-B
1B
1B

70
55-60

60-80
70-80
8-12
45
35-50
35
50-55
35-45
40-45
33-35

Material Characteristics

Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Ice, Shell
33-35
Ilmenite Ore
140-160
Iron Ore Concentrate
120-180
Iron Oxide, Pigment
25
Iron Oxide, Millscale
75
Iron Pyrites (See Ferrous Sulfide)
Iron Sulphate (See Ferrous Sulphate)
Iron Sulfide (See Ferrous Sulfide)
Iron Vitriol (See Ferrous Sulphate)
Kafir (Corn)
40-45
Kaolin Clay
63
Kaolin Clay Tale
42-56
Kryalith (See Cryolith)
Lactose
32
Lamp Black (See Carbon Black)
Lead Arsenate
72
Lead Arsenite
72
Lead Carbonate
240-260
1
Lead Ore /8
200-270
Lead Ore
180-230
Lead Oxide (Red Lead)
30-150
Lead Oxide (Red Lead)
30-180
Lead Sulfide
240-260
Lignite (See Coal Lignite)
Limanite, Ore, Brown
120
Lime, Ground, Unflaked
60-65
Lime Hydrated
40
Lime, Hydrated, Pulverized
32-40
53-56
Lime, Pebble
68
Limestone, Agricultural
Limestone, Crushed
85-90
Limestone Dust
55-95
Lindane (See Benzene Hexachoride)
Linseed (See Flaxseed)
Litharge (See Lead Oxide)
Lithopone
45-50
Maize (See Milo)
Malt, Dry, Ground
20-30
Malt, Dry, Whole
20-30
Malt, Meal
36-40

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

34D345Q
150D337
150A4037
25A10036LMP
75C36

30A
15
15
30B
30B

0.4
2.0
2.2
1.0
1.6

1B
3D
3D
1A-B-C
2D

43C25
63D325
49A4035LMP

30A
30A
30B

0.5
2.0
2.0

3D
2D
2D

32A4035PU

30A

0.6

1B

72A4035R
72A4035R
250A4035R
235B636
205C36
90A10035P
105A20035LP
250A10035R

30A
30A
30B
15
15
30B
30B
30B

1.4
1.4
1.0
1.4
1.4
1.2
1.2
1.0

1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
3D
3D
2D
2D
2D

120C47
63B635U
40B635LM
36A4035LM
55C25HU
68B635
88Dx36
75A4046MY

15
30A
30A
30A
30A
30B
30B
30B

1.7
0.6
0.8
0.6
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0

3D
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B
2A-B
2D
2D
2D

48A32535MR

30A

1.0

1A-B

25C635NP
25C35N
38B625P

30A
30A
30A

0.5
0.5
0.4

1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C

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Material Characteristics
Material

Malt, Sprouts
Magnesium Chloride (Magnesite)
Manganese Dioxide
Manganese Ore
Manganese Oxide
Manganese Sulfate
Marble, Crushed
Marl, (Clay)
Meat, Ground
Meat, Scrap (w/bone)
Mica, Flakes
Mica, Ground
Mica, Pulverized
Milk, Dried, Flake
Milk, Malted
Milk, Powdered
Milk Sugar
Mill Scale (Steel)
Milo, Ground
Milo, Maize (Kafir)
Molybdenite Powder
Monosodium Phosphate
Mortar, Wet
Mustard Seed
Naphthalene Flakes
Niacin (Nicotinic Acid)
Oat Hulls
Oats
Oats, Crimped
Oats, Crushed
Oats, Flour
Oats, Rolled
Oleo Margarine
Orange, Peel, Dry
Oxalic Acid
Oyster Shells, Ground
Oyster Shells, Whole
Paper Pulp (4% or less)
Paper Pulp (6% to 15%)
Paraffin Cake --
Peanuts, Clean, In Shell

Page 10

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

13-15
33
70-85
125-140
120
70
80-95
80
50-55
40
17-22
13-15
13-15
5-6
27-30
20-45
32
120-125
32-36
40-45
107
50
150
45
45
35
8-12
26

19-26
22
35
19-24
59
15
60
50-60
80
62
60-62
45
15-20

Material
Code
14C35P
33C45
78A10035NRT
133Dx37
120A10036
70C37
88B637
880Dx36
53E45HQTX
40E46H
20B616MY
14B636
14A10036M
6B635PUY
29A4045PX
33B625PM
32A10035PX
123E46T
34B625
43B615N
107B626
50B636
150E46T
45B615N
45B635
35A4035P
10B635NY
26C25MN
23C35
22B645NY
35A10035
22C35NY
59E45HKPWZ
15E45
60B635QS
55C36T
80D336TV
62E45
61E45
45C45K
18D335Q

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

30A
30A
30A
15
30B
15
15
30B
30B
30B
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A

0.4
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.4
2.0
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.0
0.9
1.0
0.4
0.9
0.5
0.6
3.0
0.5
0.4
1.5

30A
30A
30B
30B
30B
45
30B
30B
30A
45
45
30A
30A
30A
30A
15
30A
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A

0.6/2.0

3.0
0.4
0.7
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.4
1.5
1.0
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
0.6
0.6

Comp.
Series

1A-B-C
1A-B
2A-B
3D
2D
3D
3D
2D
2A-B
2D
2D
2D
2D
1B
1B
1B
1B
3D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
2D
3D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2A-B
2A-B
1A-B
3D
3D
2A-B
2A-B
1A-B
2A-B

Material Characteristics

Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Peanut Meal
30
Peanuts, Raw, Unshelled
15-20
Peanuts, Shelled
35-45
Peas, Dried
45-50
Perlite, Expanded
8-12
Phosphate Acid Fertilizer
60
Phosphate Disodium (See Sod. Phosphate)
Phosphate Rock, Broken
75-85
Phosphate Rock, Pulverized
60
Phosphate Sand
90-100
Plaster of Paris (See Gypsum)
Plumbago (See Graphite)
Polystyrene Beads
40
Polyvinyl, Chloride Powder
20-30
Polyvinyl, Chloride Pellets
20-30
Polyethylene, Resin Pellets
30-35
Potash (Muriate of Potash)
70
Potash (Muriate Mine Run)
75
Potassium Carbonate
51
Potassium Chloride, Pellets
120-130
Potassium Nitrate -
76
1
Potassium Nitrate /8
80
Potassium Sulfate
42-48
Potato Flour
48
1
Pumice /8
42-48
120-130
Pyrite, Pellets
70-80
Quartz 100 Mesh
Quartz -
80-90
Rice, Bran
20
Rice, Grits
42-45
Rice, Polished
30
Rice, Hulled
45-49
Rice, Hulls
20-21
Rice, Rough
32-36
Rosin -
65-68
Rubber, Reclaimed, Ground
23-50
Rubber, Pelleted
50-55
Rye
42-48
Rye Bran
15-20
Rye Feed
33
Rye Meal
45-50
Rye, Middlings
42

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

30B635P
18D336Q
40C35Q
48C15NQ
10C36
60B625T

30A
30A
30A
45
30B
30A

0.6
0.7
0.4
0.5
0.6
1.4/2.5

1B
3D
1B
1A-B-C
2D
2A-B

80D36
60B636
95B637

30B
30
15

2.5
1.7
2.5

2D
2D
3D

40B635PQ
25A10045KT
25E45KT
33C45Q
70B637
75Dx37
51B636
125C25TU
76C16NT
80B626NT
45B646X
48A20035MNP
45B646
125C26
75A10027
85C27
20B635NY
44B635P
30C15P
47C25P
21B635NY
34C35N
67C45Q
37C45Q
53D345
45B615N
18B635Y
33B635
38B635
42B635

30A
30A
30A
30A
15
15
30B
30B
30B
30A
30B
30A
15
30B
15
15
30A
30A
30A
45
45
30A
30A
30A
30A
45
45
30A
30A
30A

0.4
1.0
1.0
0.4
2.0
2.0

1B
2B
2B
1A-B
3D
3D
2D
3D
3D
3D
2D
1A-B
3D
3D
3D

1.0

1.6
1.2
1.2
1.0
0.5
1.5
2.0
1.7
2.0
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.6
1.5
0.8
1.5
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.5

Comp.
Series

1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
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Material Characteristics
Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Rye, Shorts
32-33
Safflower, Cake
50
Safflower, Meal
50
Safflower, Seed
45
Saffron (See Safflower)
Salt Ammoniac (See Ammonium Chloride)
Salt Cake, Dry, Coarse
85
Salt Cake, Dry, Pulverized
65-85
Salicylic Acid
29
Salt, Dry, Coarse
45-60
Salt, Dry, Fine
70-80
Saltpeter (See Potassium Nitrate)
Sand, Dry Bank (Damp)
110-130
Sand, Dry Bank (Dry)
90-110
Sand, Dry Silica
90-100
Sand, Foundry (Shake Out)
90-100
Sand (Resin Coated) Silica
104
Sand (Resin Coated) Ziron
115
Sawdust, Dry
10-13
Sea-Coal
65
Sesame Seed
27-41
Shale, Crushed
85-90
31
Shellac, Powdered or Granulated
Silicon Dioxide (See Quartz)
Silica, Flour
80
Silica, Gel
45
Slag, Blast Furnace
130-180
Slag, Furnace, Granular-Dry
60-65
Slate, Crushed -
80-90
Slate, Ground 1/8
82-85
Sludge, Sewage, Dried
40-50
Soap, Beads or Granules
15-35
Soap, Chips
15-25
Soap, Detergent
15-50
Soap, Flakes
5-15
Soap, Powder
20-25
Soapstone, Talc, fine
40-50
Soda Ash, Heavy
55-65
Soda Ash, Light
20-35
Sodium Aluminate, Ground
72
Sodium Aluminate Fluoride (See Cryolite)
Sodium Aluminum Sulphate
75
Sodium Bentonite(See Bentonite)
Sodium Bicarbonate (See Baking Soda)
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Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

33C35
50D326
50B635
45B615N

30A
30A
30A
45

0.5
0.6
0.4

2A-B
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C

85B636TU
75B636TU
29B637U
53C36TU
75B636TU

30B
30B
30A
30B
30B

2.1
1.7
0.6
1.0
1.7

3D
3D
3D
3D
3D

120B647
100B637
95D337Z
95D337Z
104B627
115A10027
12B645UX
65B636
34B626
88C36
31B635P

15
15
15
15
15
15
30A
30B
30B
30B
30A

2.8
1.7
2.6
2.0
2.3
0.7
1.0
0.6
2.0
0.6

3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
1A-B-C
2D
2D
2D
1B

80A4046
45D337HKQU
155D337Y
63C37
85C36
84B636
45E47TW
25B635Q
20C35Q
33B635FQ
10B635QXY
23B625X
45A20045XY
60B636
28A4036Y
72B636

30B
15
15
15
30B
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30B
30B
30B
30B

1.5
2.0
2.4
2.2
2.0
1.6
0.8
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.6
0.9
2.0
1.0
0.8
1.0

2D
3D
3D
3D
2D
2D
3D
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
2D
2D

75A10036

30B

1.0

2D

0.6

2.6

Comp.
Series

Material Characteristics

Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Sodium Chloride ( See Salt)


Sodium Carbonate (See Soda Ash)
Sodium Hydrate (See Caustic Soda)
Sodium Hydroxide (See Caustic Soda)
Sodium Borate (See Borax)
Sodium Nitrate
70-80
Sodium Phosphate
50-60
Sodium Sulfate (See Salt Cake)
Sodium Sulfite
96
Sorghum, Seed (See Kafir or Milo)
Soybean Cake
40-43
Soybean, Cracked
30-40
Soybean, Flake, Raw
18-25
Soybean, Flour
27-30
Soybean, Meal Cold
40
Soybean, Meal Hot
40
Soybean, Whole
45-50
Starch
25-50
100-150
Steel Turnings, Crushed
12-15
Sugar Beet, Pulp Dry
Sugar Beet, Pulp Wet
25-45
Sugar, Refined, Granulated Dry
50-55
Sugar, Refined, Granulated Wet
55-65
Sugar, Powdered
50-60
Sugar, Raw
55-65
Sulphur, Crushed
50-60
Sulphur, Lumpy 3
80-85
Sulphur, Powdered
50-60
Sunflower Seed
19-38
Talcum
80-90
Talcum Powder
50-60
Tanbark, Ground
55
Timothy Seed
36
Titanium Dioxide (See Ilmenite Ore)
Tobacco, Scraps
15-25
Tobacco Snuff
30
Tricalcium Phosphate
40-50
Triple Super Phosphate
50-55
Trisodium Phosphate, Granular
60
Trisodium Phosphate, Pulverized
50

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

75D325NS
55A35

30A
30B

1.2
0.9/2.0

2A-B
1A-B

96B646X

30B

1.5

2D

42D335W
35C36NW
22C35Y
29A4035MN
40B635
40B635T
48C26NW
38A4015M
125D346WY
14C26
35C35X
53B635PU
60C35X
55A10035PX
60B635PX
55C35N
83D335N
55A4035MN
29C15
85C36
55A20036M
55B645
36B635NY

30A
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A
15
45
15
30B
30B
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30A
30
30B
30B
30A
30A

1.0

2A-1B-1C
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
3D
1A-B-C
3D
2D
1A-B-C
1B
1B
1B
1B
1A-B
2A-B
1A-B
1A-B-C
2D
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C

20D345Y
30B645MQ
45A4045
53B636RS
60B636
50A4036

30A
30B
30A
30B
30B
30B

0.5

0.8
0.8
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.0
3.0
0.9
1.2
1.2
2.0
0.8
2.0
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.9
0.9
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.9
1.6
2.0
1.7

1.6

Comp.
Series

2A-B
1A-B-C
1A-B
3D
2D
2D

Page 13

Material Characteristics
Material

Weight
Lbs per
Cu. Ft.

Material
Code

%
Trough
Loading

Matl
Factor
FM

Comp.
Series

Tung Nut Meats, Crushed


Tung Nuts
Urea Prills, Coated
Vermiculite, Expanded
Vermiculite, Ore
Vetch
Walnut Shells, Crushed
Wheat
Wheat, Cracked
Wheat, Germ
White Lead, Dry
Wood Chips, Screened
Wood Flour
Wood Shavings
Zinc Concentrate Residue
Zinc Oxide, Heavy
Zinc Oxide, Light

28
25-30
43-46
16
80
48
35-45
45-48
40-45
18-28
75-100
10-30
16-36
8-16
75-80
30-35
10-15

28D325W
28D315
45B625
16C35Y
80D336
48B616N
40B636
47C25N
43B625N
23B625N
88A4036MR
20D345VY
25B635N
12E45VY
78B637
33A10045X
13A10045XY

30A
30A
45
30B
30B
30B
15
45
30A
30A
30B
30A
30A
30B
15
30A
30A

0.8
0.7
1.2
0.5
1.0
0.4
1.0
0.4
0.4
0.4
1.0
0.6
0.4
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0

2A-B
2A-B
1A-B-C
1A-B
2D
1A-B-C
2D
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
1A-B-C
2D
2A-B
1A-B
2A-B
3D
1A-B
1A-B

Page 14

Screw Conveyors Capacity Table


Trough
Loading

45%

30%A

30%B

15%

Screw
Dia.
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
30

Pipe Size
(Nom. Dia.)
Used for
Capacity Tables
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4

Maximum
RPM
165
155
145
140
130
120
110
100
90
120
100
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
40
35
60
55
50
50
45
45
40
40
35

Capacity in Cu. Ft. Per Hr.*


At
Maximum RPM
368
1240
2813
4330
6126
8052
10253
16368
29150
180
536
1164
1753
2514
3355
4350
7093
12955
90
295
647
1031
1414
2013
2486
4365
7557
45
147
323
516
707
1006
1242
2182
3779

At
1 RPM
2.23
8.00
19.40
30.93
47.12
67.10
93.21
163.68
323.89
1.50
5.36
12.93
20.62
31.42
44.73
62.14
109.12
215.92
1.50
5.36
12.93
20.62
31.42
44.73
62.14
109.12
215.92
.75
2.68
6.46
10.31
15.70
22.36
31.06
54.56
107.96

*Capacities shown are for full pitch screws. Consult factory for inclined conveyors.
Dimensions are in inches.
See Page 18 for Lump Size Limitations

Page 15

Screw Conveyors Capacity


Screw Conveyor Speed
Conveyor speed may be determined by
reviewing your selection or the capacity
table and obtaining the ft3 conveyed at
1 RPM.
The speed is then:
N =

The required capacity is:


C=

N = Conveyor Speed
C = Required Capacity in ft3/Hr
When hard iron bearings are used with
hardened shafts, then the following
limitations will apply:

Sizing Capacity B:
SC = 314 3.75 = 1178 ft3
The 3.75 is from Table (CF2 )
The conveyor size selected is a 16 from the
capacity table based on a sizing capacity of
1178 ft3 with a 30%B trough load.
Actual conveyor speed required is:
1178 ft3
N=

N=

120
Shaft Diameter in Inches

Shaft size to be equal or smaller than


calculated size. Check torsional ratings.
Sample Screw Conveyor Calculation

= 314 ft3

51 PCF

C
CFH @ 1 RPM

16,000 lbs/hr

= 37.49 RPM
3

31.42 ft /hr at 1RPM


The lump size from the material table
and the lump size chart:
(B6 = five material)
indicate no adjustments are necessary.
Maximum Shaft Diameter Is:

A horizontal screw conveyor is required to


move 8 TPH of Potassium Carbonate over
a 36 length.

Shaft Dia. =

*From the material table the weight


is 51 PCF, component series is 2D, trough
loading 30%B.

The closest standard shaft often used that


is smaller than 3.2 is a 3 shaft.

A nominal amount of other additives are to


be added and require some mixing as well
as conveying. For this purpose, cut and
folded flights are to be used.

Page 16

120

= 3.20

37.49 RPM

HORIZONTAL SCREW CONVEYORS Capacity


Sizing a normal horizontal screw
conveyor requires:
1. Required capacity in cubic feet per hour
based on material as it is conveyed.
2. Percentage of trough loading

SPECIAL SCREW PITCH CAPACITY


FACTORS (CF1)
Capacity
Pitch
Description
Factor
Standard
Short
Half
Long

Pitch = Diameter
Pitch = 2/3 Diameter
Pitch = Diameter
Pitch = 1 Diameter

1.00
1.50
2.00
0.67

3. Maximum lump size


DETERMINATION OF CONVEYOR SIZE
Review the material in the materials table to
obtain the suggested trough loading.
Referring to the capacity table, locate the
size of screw conveyor at the maximum
RPM that will exceed your requirements.
If your process has surges of material
from time to time, it may be better to
upsize your conveyor to accommodate
these surges.
Finally, review the lump size chart after you
have made your selection to see if it offsets
your choice. This should be the minimum
size selected.

SPECIAL SCREW FLIGHT CAPACITY


FACTORS (CF2)
Conveyor Loading
Type
15%
30% 45%
Cut Flight
Cut-and-folded flight

SC = C x CF
SC = Selection Capacity (Cu. Ft. Per Hour)
Also Referred to as Equivalent
Capacity
C = Required Capacity in Cubic Feet Per
Hour
CF = Capacity Factor (CF1 x CF3 x CF4)

1.57

1.43

N.R.

3.75

2.54

NOT RECOMMENDED

RIBBON SCREW CAPACITY


FACTORS (CF3)
Conveyor Loading
Screw Ribbon
Dia.
Width
15%
30%
45%
6

1.03

1.32

1.85

1.06

1.40

1.76

1.06

1.41

1.75

1.00

1.20

1.55

14

1.02

1.32

1.67

16

1.09

1.47

1.85

18

1.06

1.41

1.75

20

1.12

1.52

1.90

24

1.42

1.77

2.20

MODIFIED FLIGHT CAPACITIES


Screw Conveyor flights can be modified in
several ways that will affect the capacity.
The modifications must be taken into
account when sizing a screw conveyor.

1.95

12

Factors for Screws with Paddles (CF4)


Paddles per Pitch
Factor

1.08

1.16

1.24

1.32

Standard paddles at 45 reverse pitch.

Page 17

LUMP SIZE LIMITATIONS

Class 2.

When sizing a screw conveyor, the lump size


of the material and percentages of the lumps
as a proportion to the total amount of material
conveyed may be a consideration in the final
size selection of a screw conveyor. When
figuring the lump size the largest dimension
should be used.

Class 3.

If the material lumps are friable, that is, easily


crumbled, then they would not pose any
serious limitation to the screw conveyor and
could usually be discounted in calculating the
conveyor size.
Three classes of lump sizes apply as follows:
Class 1.

A mixture of lumps and fines in


which not more than 10% are
lumps ranging from maximum size
to one half of the maximum; and
90% are lumps smaller than one
half of the maximum size.

A mixture of lumps and fines in


which not more than 25% are
lumps ranging from the
maximum size to one half of
the maximum; and 75% are
lumps smaller than one half of
the maximum size.
A mixture of lumps only in
which 95% or more are lumps
ranging from maximum size to
one half of the maximum size;
and 5% or less are lumps less
than one tenth of the
maximum size.

The lump ratio, LR, is indicated to show


the usual screw conveyor sizes and may
be used as a guide in sizing conveyors.
Unusual products and sizes should
be referred to Orthman Conveying
Systems for evaluation.

MAXIMUM LUMP SIZE TABLE


Screw
Dia. (in.)

Pipe
OD (in.)

*Radial
Clearance
(in.)

2 3/8

2 5/16

2 /8

3 /16

2 /8

3 9/16

2 7/8

5 1/16

24

30

12
14
16
18
20

Class 2
25% lumps
Ratio R = 2.5
Max lump (in.)

Class 3
95% lumps
Ratio R = 4.5
Max lump (in.)

Class 1
10% lumps
Ratio R = 1.75
Max lump (in.)
1

13

10

13

*Radial clearance is distance between bottom of the trough and the bottom of screw pipe.

Page 18

Horizontal Screw Conveyors Horsepower Calculation


HORIZONTAL SCREW CONVEYORS
This formula for horizontal screw conveyors is based on a uniformly fed screw conveyor
that has been properly sized and installed.
C
e
Fb
Fd
Ff
Fm
Fo
Fp
L
N
W
HPf
HPm
HP
HPf =

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

Capacity in cubic feet per hour. (Required capacity)


Drive efficiency. See Table.
Hanger bearing factor. See Table.
Conveyor diameter factor. See Table.
Flight factor. See Table. *Use 1.0 for standard flights.
Material factor. See Material Characteristics Table.
Overload factor. See graph.
Paddle factor. See Table.
Total length of conveyor, feet.
Operating speed, RPM (revolutions per minute).
Weight of the material AS CONVEYED, lbs. per cubic foot.
Frictional horsepower
Material horsepower
Total horsepower

LN Fd Fb

= (Horsepower to run an empty conveyor)

1,000,000
CLW Ff Fm Fp
HPm =

= (Horsepower to move the material)

1,000,000

Total HP =

(HPf + HPm) Fo
e

(If HPf + HPm is greater than 5.2, use 1.0 for Fo)

Hanger Bearing Factor, Fb


Bearing Type
Ball
Babbitt
Bronze, Plain
*Bronze, Graphite
*Bronze, Oil-Impregnated
*Canvas Base Phenolic
*Wood, Oil Impregnated
*Nylon
UHMW
*Hard Iron
*Hard Surfaced

Bearing
Factor,Fb
1.0

1.7

2.0
4.4

*Non-lubricated, or bearings not additionally lubricated.


Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polymer
Dimensions in inches

Page 19

Horizontal Screw Conveyors Horsepower Calculation


Calculation Tables (Contd)
Diameter Factor, Fd
Diameter
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
30

Factor, Fd
18
31
55
78
106
135
165
235
360

Modified Flight Factor, Ff


Conveyor Loading
Flight Type
15%
Cut Flight
Cut-and-Folded Flight
Ribbon Flight

30%

1.10
NR*
1.05

45%

1.15
1.5
1.14

1.20
1.7
1.20

95%
1.3
2.2

*Not Recommended

Paddle Factor, Fp
*Paddles per Pitch
Factor, Fp

1.29

1.58

1.87

2.16

*Standard paddles at 45 reverse pitch


If no paddles, Fp = 1.0

Drive Efficiency Factor, e


Screw Drive or
Shaft Mount
With V-Belt

V-Belt to
Helical Reducer
With Coupling

Motor Reducer
With
Chain Drive

Motor Reducer
With
Coupling

0.85

0.85

0.85

0.95

Page 20

Factor Fo

Fo OVERLOAD FACTOR

HORSEPOWER HPf + HPm


FOR VALUES OF HPf + HPm GREATER THAN 5.2, Fo IS 1.0
TRACE THE VALUE OF HPf + HPm VERTICALLY TO THE DIAGONAL LINE,
THEN ACROSS TO THE LEFT WHERE THE Fo VALUE IS LISTED.

EXAMPLE FOR HORSEPOWER CALCULATION


Use same example problem from pg. 16
operating Cut-and-Fold flights.
Known data from problem:
C
e
Fb
Fd
Ff
Fm
Fp
L
N
W

= Capacity: 314 Ft
= Drive efficiency: 0.85
= Hanger bearing factor: 4.4
= Conveyor diameter factor: 106
= Flight factor: 1.5
= Material factor: 1.0
= Paddle factor: 1.0
= Total length of conveyor: 36
= Conveyor speed: 37.49
= Wt of potassium carbonate as conveyed: 51

Frictional Horsepower is:


HPf = 36 X 37.49 X 106 X 4.4 = .63
1,000,000

Material Horsepower is:


HPm = 314 X 36 X 51 X 1.5X 1.0 X 1.0 = .86
1,000,000

Total Horsepower is:


HPf + HPm = .63 + .82 = 1.45HP
Since this total is less than 5.2, the overload
factor of Fo must be used.
Total Horsepower is:

(HPf + HPm) X 1.75 = (.63 + .82) X 1.75 = 2.53 HP


Consider drive efficiency:
Motor horsepower: 2.53 = 2.97
.85
A 3 HP motor could be used for the example.
However, actual plant conditions and
operations might warrant the use of a 5 HP
motor to insure operation of the conveyor
under adverse conditions.

Page 21

Horsepower Calculation

Frictional Horsepower Nomograph

Screw Conveyor Deflection

W = 325 #
L = 180
I = 4.788

Screw conveyor deflection is usually kept to


(.25) or less. Standard length screws are
normally within this measurement. When
longer than standard length screws are
needed then deflection must be checked.

DEF =

This deflection of .178 would be


acceptable. Usually a larger pipe will
reduce the deflection much better than a
heavier pipe.

DEF = 5WL3
384 E I
Example:
Calculate the deflection of a 16 diameter
screw mounted on a 3 Schedule 40
pipe with full pitch flights and length of
15- 0.

= .178

384 X 29,000 X 4.788

Deflection can be calculated at mid-point by


use of the following formula:

Where:
DEF =
W =
L
=
I
=

5 X 325 X 1803

Deflection at mid-span, inches


Total weight of screw & pounds.
Screw length, inches
Moment of inertia for pipe or
shaft, inches4. Table below list
values for commonly used pipe sizes.

= Modulus of elasticity.

Very often the problem of excessive


deflection can be solved by using a
conveyor screw section with a larger
diameter pipe or a thicker wall pipe
(Sch. 80). Usually the larger diameter pipe
is more effective than thicker wall pipe in
reducing deflection and is usually more
cost effective.
Applications
where
the
calculated
deflection of screw exceeds .25 inches and
correction is not apparent can be referred
to Orthman Conveying Systems for further
recommendations.

Use 28,000,000 for stainless steel


pipe.

CONVEYOR SCREW PIPES


SCHEDULE 40

SCHEDULE 80

NOM.
PIPE
SIZE

NOM.
O.D.

NOM.
I.D.

WT #/FT

I IN4

NOM. I.D.

1.660

1.380

2.27

.1947

1.278

3.0

.2418

2.375

2.067

3.65

.666

1.939

5.02

.8769

2.875

2.469

5.79

1.53

2.323

7.66

1.924

3.5

3.068

7.58

3.017

2.9

10.25

3.894

4.0

3.548

9.11

4.788

3.364

12.51

6.28

4.5

4.026

10.79

7.233

3.826

14.98

9.61

5.563

5.047

14.62

15.16

4.813

20.78

20.67

6.625

6.065

18.97

28.14

5.761

28.57

40.49

8.625

8.071

28.70

72.49

7.625

43.39

105.7

10

10.75

Page 24

10.02

161.00

WT #/FT

I IN4

212.0

Torque and Screw Conveyor Components


After all size selections have been made the
actual ability if the components to handle the
motor horsepower must be considered. This
additional consideration takes the form of torque.

In our example, we have:

TORQUE = 63025 X Motor Horsepower


N (Speed of Conveyor)

Selecting a 16 screw with a 3 shaft and 3


pipe shows that our limitation is 15,435
in. lbs., which is 2 coupling bolts in bearing.
There would be no torsional problem with
this selection.

BOLT DIAMETER

PIPE DIAMETER

SHAFT DIA.

When reviewing the torque table, the smallest


value of all components (in parenthesis) must be
compared to the torque that your conveyor will
experience.

TORQUE = 63025 X 3 HP = 5043 in. lbs


37.49

Other methods can be used to increase


torsional values. Consult with Orthman
Conveying Systems for these methods.

TORQUE RATINGS IN INCH POUNDS


BEARING

BOLTS
SHEAR
STANDARD
SAE GRADE 2

PIPE

HIGH TORQUE
SAE GRADE 5

SCH
40

SCH
80

SHAFTS

GCC
STD
(C1045)

CEMA
STD
(C1018)

2 BOLT

3 BOLT

2 BOLT

3 BOLT

2 BOLT

3 BOLT

/8

1915

2873

1369

2054

2945

4417

3143

3903

(1031)

822

4970

7454

(3652)

5478

7852

11778

7512

9794

3852

3069

7815

11723

(7609)

11413

16358

24538

14258

17937

9542

7603

2 /16

/8

11606

17409

(9273)

13909

19937

29905

23103

29819

18858

15026

(15435)

23152

16434

24652

35334

53001

32078

42076

35580

28351

24975

37463

(16434)

24652

35334

53001

43074

57236

35580

28351

3 /16

/8

(21721)

32582

25631

38447

55107

82661

43074

57236

53296

42467

15

45759

68639

(38347)

57521

82446

123670

73044

99582

80286

63973

4 /16

89917

134876

(67526)

101289

140181

217771

113843

163796

15

(72302)

108453

73135

112702

161539

242309

113843

163796

3 /16

4 /16

/8

110706

158818

88212

126548

Nominal Pipe Size


Includes Coupling & Drive Shafts
Hardened shafts should be selected for wear characteristics. Use OCS standard C-1045 for torque values.
Shaft dia. 1 thru 3 7/16 are standard CEMA sizes. Larger sizes shown for special screws exceeding CEMA standards.
CEMA standard is sch. 40 pipe. Sch. 80 shown for special screw applications.
Page 25

Torque Capacities

Coupling bolt sizes based on conveyor shaft diameters.


Conveyor pipe listed as nominal pipe size.

Page 26

For Stainless Steel

For Carbon Steel

*Listed sizes based on conveyor shaft diameter


S = standard carbon steel
H = high-tensile steel

Torque Capacities

40 = pipe schedule (standard)


80 = pipe schedule (high capacity)

Page 27

SCREW WITH CUT FLIGHTS

Flights are cut to a depth of of the flight


width.
There
are 5 cuts each
per pitch
onscrew.
each
First
two
cuts eliminated
end of
flight.

Flights are cut to a depth of of the


flight width. There are 5 cuts per pitch
on each flight.

5 cuts per pitch

5 cuts per pitch

First two cuts eliminated each end of crew.

Screw Dia. & Pitch


A
Inches
6
2
9
3
10
3 3/8
12
4
14
4 5/8
16
5
18
6
20
6 5/8
24
7 7/8

Page 28

B
1
2 1/8
2
2
3 1/8
3
3 7/8
4
4 7/8

C
7

/8

1
1
2
2
3
3 3/8
3 7/8
4 7/8

First two cuts eliminated each end of screw.

Screw Dia. & Pitch


A
Inches
6
9
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

2
3
3 3/8
4
4 5/8
5
6
6 5/8
7 7/8

B
1
2 1/8
2
2
3 1/8
3
3 7/8
4
4 7/8

C
7

/8

1
1
2
2
3
3 3/8
3 7/8
4 7/8

SCREW CONVEYOR WELD FINISH CLASSIFICATIONS


Screw conveyor welds are frequently required to be ground smooth, particularly for
applications in the food industry. Since the term ground smooth can have various
interpretations, the following classifications are used to define ground smooth:
1A Weld spatter and Slag removed (CEMA I)
1B Weld Spatter and Slag removed and Sand Blasted
2A Weld Spatter and Slag removed and rough grind welds to remove heavy weld ripple
or unusual roughness (equivalent to a 40-50 grit finish) (CEMA II)
2B Weld Spatter and Slag removed and rough grind welds to remove heavy weld ripple
or unusual roughness (equivalent to a 40-50 grit finish) and sandblasted.
3A Weld Spatter and Slag removed and medium grind welds leaving some pits and
crevices (equivalent to an 80-100 grit finish) (CEMA III)
3B Weld Spatter and Slag removed and medium grind welds leaving some pits and
crevices (equivalent to an 80-100 grit finish) and sandblasted
4 Weld Spatter and Slag removed and fine grind welds no pits or crevices
permissible (equivalent to a 140-150 grit finish) (CEMA IV)
5 Weld Spatter and Slag removed and fine grind weld no pits or crevices
permissible (equivalent to a 140-150 grit finish) and polish to a bright uniform finish
(CEMA V).

Page 29

THERMAL EXPANSION OF SCREW CONVEYORS FOR HOT MATERIALS


Screw conveyors are often used to convey hot materials. When they are employed in this
manner, allowances must be made for the expansion of the trough and screws. Allowances
must also be made for the different expansion between the troughs and screws.
The recommended method is to provide supports for
movement of the trough end feet during the expansion
the conveyor is usually fixed, allowing the movement
multiple discharge spouts are in a fixed position, the
required.

the trough sections that will allow


and contractions. The drive end of
in the balance of the conveyor. If
expansion type of trough may be

The following formula can be used to determine the change in length of the conveyor:
L = L (t1 t2) C
Where: L = increment of change in length, inch
L = overall conveyor length in inches
t1 = upper limit of temperature, degrees Fahrenheit
t2 = lower limit of temperature, degrees Fahrenheit,
(or lowest ambient temperature expected)
C = coefficient of linear expansion, inches per inch per degree
Fahrenheit. This coefficient has the following values for various metals:
(a) Hot rolled carbon steel 6.5 x 10-6 (.0000065)
(b) Stainless steel
9.9 x 10-6 (.0000099)
(c) Aluminum
12.8 x 10-6 (.0000128)

Example Problem:
A 60-foot screw conveyor is to convey hot ash at a temperature of 450 F that will raise the
metal temperature to 400 F from an original 90 F.
t1 = 400
t2 = 90
t1 t2 = 310
L = (720) (310) (6.5 x 10-6 )
= 1.45
In this example, the use of expansion hangers would be required and provisions made for
trough movement.

Page 30

DESCRIPTIVE PART NUMBERS FOR STANDARD SCREWS


SCREW DIAMETER

COUPLING DIAMETER

14

14

SCREW TYPE

FLIGHT THICKNESS (OUTER EDGE)

H = HELICOID
S = SECTIONAL
R = RIBBON

04 = 1/16
06 = 3/32
08 = 1/8
09 = 9/64
10 = 5/32

12 = 3/16
14 = 7/32
16 = 1/4
24 = 3/8
32 =

COMPARISON TABLE HELICOID AND SECTIONAL SCREWS

2 /8

2 3/8

9
2

2
12

14

2 7/16

2
3

2 /8

2 7/8
3

6S309

6H312

/8

6S312

9H306

/16

9S312

9H312

/8

9S316

9H406

/16

9S412

9H412

/8

9S412

9H414

/16

9S416

12H408

12H412

/8

12H508

12H512

/8

/16

/32

12S616

/8

14S512

/32

14S616

2 7/16

14H508

FLIGHT
THICKNESS
10 GAUGE

12H614

18

DESIGNATION

6H308

TIP
1

16

ROOT
/8

3
3

FLIGHT
THICKNESS

6H304
3

SECTIONAL

SIZE

O.D.

DESIGNATION

HELICOID

SIZE

NOMINAL

COUPLING
SIZE

SCREW
DIAMETER

PIPE SIZE

/16
/8

/16
/32
/16
/32
/16
/32
/8

/16
/8

/16

12S512

16H610

16S612

16H614

16S616*

18H610

18S612

/32

/16

12S512

/16

/16

/32

12S412

14H614

/16

/16

/32

/16

/16

/16

12S412

/16

/16
/16
/16
/16

/16

/16

/16

Page 31

Component Selection

Bearing and Coupling Shaft Series

The chart, along with the material


table, illustrates suggested screw
conveyor components. They may be
used as a guide.
Recommendations for highly
abrasive, corrosive, explosive,
and/or unusual materials should
be referred to Orthman Conveying
Systems for evaluation.

Series

Coupling
Shaft

Bearing
Material

Standard

Standard

Standard
Hardened
Or
Hard
Surfaced

Ball
Babbitt, Bronze,
*Graphite bronze,
*Canvas base phenolic,
*Oil impregnated bronze,
*Oil impregnated wood
*Plastic, *Nylon, *Teflon

*Chilled hard iron,


*Hardened alloy sleeve

*Non-lubricated bearings, or bearings not additionally lubricated.

Component Series Table


Cover Thickness (Ga)

Helicoid

Sectional

Tube or Trough
Thickness (Ga)

Helicoid

Sectional

Tube or Trough
Thickness

Helicoid

Sectional

Tube or Trough
Thickness

Series 3

Shaft Diameter

Series 2

Screw Diameter

Series 1

16

6H304

6S309

16

6H308

6S309

14 ga

6H312

6S316

10 ga

1
2

16

2
12

2 7/16

16
18

20

14

24

/16

3
3
7

9H406

14

Screw
Number

9H312
9H412
12H412

12

12H508

14H508

12

14H614

14

16H610

16S612

12

14

18H610

18S612

12

10 ga
12S412
3

14

10

12S512

12H614

12S612

14H508

14S512

14H614

14S612

16H614

16S616

/16

18S616

/16

3 7/16

Page 32

20S616

12

10

24S716

Screw
Number

9H312

9S316

9H414

9S416

12H412

12S524

12H512

12S624

14S624

16S624

/16

12H614
3

20S716

/16

/16

12H512

/16

3
3

14

12H614
7

9H306

12H408

3
14

Screw
Number

/16

/16
/16

14H508
14H614
16H614

18S624
18S724
20S624

20S724
24S724

Page 33

Orthman Conveying Systems Screw Conveyors


The fastest way to put a screw conveyor to work for you.
Quickly Easily Completely

Equipment that pays its own way.

Drive Group

Unmatched Versatility

Engineering for Every Type of Service

Youll find reliable ORTHMAN CONVEYING


SYSTEMS screw conveyors hard at work in a
broad range of applications, handling
everything from alfalfa meal to zinc oxide
over 250 types of materials ORTHMAN
CONVEYING SYSTEMS screw conveyors can
handle it effectively and economically.

No one can match our ability to give you the right


equipment for your application. ORTHMAN CONVEYING
SYSTEMS screw conveyors serve industry in a wide
variety of applications: conveying, distributing, collecting,
mixing, heating, cooling, elevating, batching, blending,
aerating and providing crystallization or coagulant
action.

ORTHMAN delivers more than products its a


total program. Standardized dimensions,
simplified selection, prompt ordering and
deliver all play a part. Efficiencies all down
the line combine to make our conveyors your
companys best investment.

Screw conveyor hangers are precision formed and have


slotted mounting hole. Wide top-bars support the cover
at trough joints, and the semi-flanged trough covers
have spring clamps attached.

Page 34

ORTHMAN screw conveyors and components are


accurately and ruggedly built. All components meet
CEMA specifications and are interchangeable for fast,
easy assembly, and dont require special tools or
specially trained personnel.

Tail
End
Group

NOTE:
Photographs and diagrams of screw
conveyors in this catalog are shown without
covers or have exposed screws or shafting and
are shown for illustration purposes only. Screw
conveyors should never be used without covers,
guards, or protective equipment.

Orthman screw conveyors can be furnished


with all your necessary power transmission
components V-belts, sheaves, motors and
guards, all precision designed to work with
the screw conveyor drive.

Reliable Service
When You Need It
The productivity of your bulk material
handling operations could ultimately depend
on the speed and efficiency of your
equipment supplies. Thats why so many
companies rely on Orthman Conveying
Systems
screw
conveyors
and
components. We understand that quality
products must be supported by a
responsive service network.

Our experienced Material Handling


Specialists welcome the opportunity
to assist you and to provide solutions
to your bulk material handling
requirements. Start improving the
productivity of your operation with
Orthman Conveying Systems
conveyors and components.

Equipment that
pays
its own way.

Page 35

HANGER BEARINGS
HANGER BEARING SELECTION

DIAGRAM

BORE PART #
1

SHB3

SHB4
7

2 /16

SHB5

SHB6

3 7/16

SHB7

BORE PART #
1

SHBX3

SHBX4

2 7/16

SHBX5

SHBX6

3 7/16

SHBX7

BORE

PART #

SHBB-3

SHBB-4
7

Page 36

2 /16

SHBB-5

SHBB-6

3 7/16

SHBB-7

MATERIALS
W = WOOD
HI = HARD IRON
B = BABBITT
BZ = BRONZE
BZG = BRONZE W/
GRAPHITE
N = NYCATRON

MATERIALS
W
= WOOD
HI
= HARD IRON
B
= BABBITT
BZ
= BRONZE
UHMW = UHMW

HANGER
STYLE

220
226
326

HANGER
STYLE
226
326
216
316

MATERIALS

HANGER
STYLE

BALL BEARING

270

CONVEYOR SCREWS

DIMENSIONS
D
SCREW
DIA. &
PITCH
6

STD SECTIONS
CPLG.
DIA.
1

1
9
2

2
12

14
16
18

2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3**
3
3

PART #
6H304
6H308
6H312
9H306
9H312
9H406
9H412
9H414
12H408
12H412
12H508
12H512
12H614
14H508
14H614
16H610
16H614
18H610

STD
LENGTH
9 10

9 10

9 10

11 10
11 9
11 9
11 9
11 9
11 9
11 9

WT.
EACH
14
27
34
33
60
33
68
71
75
108
78
110
113
80
140
120
160
149

FLIGHT THICKNESS
E
ROOT
1

/8

3
/8
3
/16
3
/8
3
/16
3
/8
7
/16

3
/8

3
/8
7
/16

7
/16
5
/16
7
/16
5
/16

G
TIP

PIPE
O.D.

/16
/8
3
/16
3
/32
3
/16
3
/32
3
/16
7
/32
1
/8
3
/16
1
/8
3
/16
7
/32
1
/8
7
/32
5
/32
7
/32
5
/32
1

2 3/8
2 3/8
2 7/8
2 7/8
3
4
3
4
4
4
4

*STANDARD-MOUNTED TO SCHEDULE 40 PIPE


**RIGHT HAND FLIGHTING IS STANDARD

Page37

CONVEYOR SCREWS

9
2
2 7/16

12

9 10
9 10
9 10
11 9
11 9

63
70
80
89
106
109
124
155
249
189
212
260

*STANDARD-MOUNTED 40 SCHEDULE 40 PIPE


**RIGHT HAND FLIGHTING IS STANDARD

Page 38

THICKNESS

AVE.
WEIGHT
EACH

FLIGHT

DESIGNATION

6S309
6S312
6S316
9S312
9S316
9S412
9S416
9S424
12S524
12S612
12S616
12S624

STD
LENGTH

INSIDE

OUTSIDE

COUPLING
BOLTS

MTD. CONVEYOR
STD SECTIONS

BEARING
LENGTH

CONV. SIZE

COUPLING
DIA.

SCREW DIA.
& PITCH

DIMENSIONS

2 3/8

X3

2 3/8

X3

2 7/8

X5

PIPE SIZE

10 GA
3
/16

3
/16

3
/16

3
/8
3
/8
3
/16

3
/8

/8 X 3 5/8

/8 X 4 5/8

CONVEYOR SCREWS

2 7/16
14
3

16

3
18
3 7/16

3
20
3 7/16

24

3 7/16

14S512
14S516
14S612
14S616
14S624
16S612
16S616
16S624
16S632
18S612
18S616
18S624
18S632
18S724
18S732
20S612
20S616
20S624
20S632
20S712
20S716
20S724
20S732
24S712
24S716
24S724
24S732

11 9

11 9

11 9

11 9

11 8

11 9

11 8

11 8

AVE.
WT.
EACH
191
222
207
236
295
220
254
321
402
239
279
359
450
376
456
258
306
104
496
274
320
412
503
309

INSIDE
*

OUTSIDE
F

COUPLING
BOLTS

STD
LENGTH
L

PIPE SIZE
BEARING
LENGTH

MTD CONVEYOR
STD SECTIONS

FLIGHT
THICKNESS

COUPLING
DIA.

CONV. SIZE
DESIGNATION

SCREW DIA. &


PITCH

SECTIONAL (CONTD)

/16

/8 X 4

X5

X5

X5

X5

/16

/8

/16

/8

/16

/8

/16

/8 X 5

/16

/8

/16

/8

/8 X 5

/16

367

482

597

/8

/8 X 5

*STANDARD MOUNTED TO SCHEDULE 40 PIPE


ALL SECTIONAL CONVEYOR SCREWS MADE TO ORDER.
ALL SECTIONAL CONVEYOR SCREWS AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL, AR STEEL, ALUMINUM, OR TITANIUM.
SECTIONAL FLIGHT CONVEYOR REGULARLY FURNISHED BUTT WELDED.
RH FLIGHTING WILL BE FURNISHED UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.

Page 39

CONVEYOR SCREWS

SCREW
DIA. & PITCH

COUPLING
DIAMETER

1
1

9
2
2
7

12

2 /16
3
2 7/16

14
3
16

3
18
7

3 /16
3
20
7

3 /16

24

3 /16

PART #
6S309
6S312
6S316
9S312
9S316
9S412
9S416
9S424
12S412
12S416
12S512
12S516
12S524
12S612
12S616
12S624
14S512
14S516
14S612
14S616
14S624
16S612
16S616
16S624
16S632
18S612
18S616
18S624
18S632
18S724
182732
20S612
20S616
20S624
20S632
20S712
20S716
20S724
20S732
24S712
24S716
24S724
24S732

FLIGHT
THICKNESS
10 GA
3

/16

/16

/16

/8
/16

/16

/8
3
/16

/8
3
/16

/16

/8
3
/16

/8

/16

/8

/8

/16

/8

/16

/8

/16

/8

WT
PER FLIGHT
1.2
1.6
2.1
4.0
5.4
3.9
5.1
7.7
7.3
9.7
6.9
9.2
13.8
6.7
8.9
13.4
14.4
19.2
9.6
12.8
19.2
12.8
17.1
25.5
34.0
16.8
22.4
33.6
44.8
32.5
43.4
21.1
28.1
42.2
56.3
20.3
27.0
40.6
54.1
31.0
41.3
62.1
82.7

FLIGHTING
I.D.

2 3/ 8
2 3/ 8
2 7/ 8
2 7/ 8
3
4
3
4
4

4
4
4

*Sectional flights constructed from a variety of materials, including stainless steel, abrasion-resistant steel, aluminum & titanium.

Page 40

CONVEYOR SCREWS

COUPLING
BOLTS

/16

2 /8

X3

2 3 /8

X3

2 7/8

/8 X

4 3 /8

/8 X

4 3 /8

INSIDE

THICK.
E

6SR312

9 10

65

9SR316

9 10

100

180

1/4

/8

288

/8

X5

276

X5

/8

12

14

12SR416

12SR424
7

2 /16

12SR524

2 7/16

14SR516

2 /16
3

16

14SR524

11 10
11 9

240
224

11 9

14SR624
16SR616

216

11 9

264

PIPE SIZE
BEARING
WIDTH

AVE.
WT
EACH

WIDTH

STD
LENGTH

PART
NUMBER

FLIGHT

OUTSIDE

STD SECTIONS
COUPLING
DIAMETER

SCREW
DIA. & PITCH

DIMENSIONS

/8

16SR624

11 9

324

/8 X 3 5/8

18

18SR624

11 9

384

/8

X5

20

3 7/16

20SR724

11 8

408

/8

/8

X5

Page 41

TROUGHS
U-TROUGH

Double Formed Flange

Formed Flange

The top flange of the double-formed flange


trough is formed from the same sheet as the
trough, and its unique design adds
considerable strength and rigidity to the trough.
The double-formed flange provides an
effective dust-tight seal when used in
conjunction with flange type covers and
appropriate gasket material.

The top flange is formed from the same


sheet as the trough, resulting in a
lightweight, yet rigid housing section.
End flanges are jig-welded for perfect
alignment with other sections.

Channel

Drop Bottom

The channel U-Trough is well suited for


applications requiring long distances between
trough supports. Upper trough sides are
fabricated with structural steel channels to
which the lower contoured section may be
bolted or spring clamped. Is useful for abrasive
applications where frequent replacement of the
lower formed section is anticipated.

Intended for applications where quick,


convenient access to the conveyor interior is
required. The drop bottom trough consists of
rigid upper sections to which a lower
contoured section is attached. One side of
the lower formed section is hinged while the
other is attached by use of spring clamps or
other type of quick opening device.

All Orthman Conveying Systems


conveyor troughs are available in
stainless steel.
All troughs may also be furnished
in hot dipped galvanized.

Angle Flanged
The top flange is fabricated with heavy-duty
structural steel angles welded to the top trough
edge. End flanges are jig-welded to insure
proper alignment with the other trough
sections.

Page 42

For specific alloy materials available,


consult Orthman Conveying Systems.

TROUGHS
RECTANGULAR TROUGH

Angle Flanged

Formed Flange

Rectangular Troughs are well suited for


highly abrasive applications. The material
is allowed to form on the trough bottom,
thus preventing abrasion directly against
the trough wall. Top flanges are
fabricated of structural steel angle,
welded flush with the top trough edge.

The top flange for this type trough is


formed from the same sheet as the
trough, providing a rigid yet lighter
trough.

Standard

Formed Flange

Tubular troughs are inherently dust


and weather-tight, rigid and may be
readily loaded to a full cross section.
The standard tubular trough is rolled
from a single sheet and continuously
welded at the seam.

This type is similar to the angle flange


except the flanges are formed from the
same sheet as the contoured half
sections, resulting in a rigid lightweight
tubular section. The halves are bolted
together to form the complete housing.

All Orthman Conveying Systems


conveyor troughs are available in
stainless steel. All troughs may
also be furnished as hot dipped
galvanized.
Formed Flange
Intended primarily for sticky or slightly
viscous materials, the flared trough is
most often employed with ribbon
screws. Top flanges are formed from
the same sheet as the trough. End
flanges are jig-welded for perfect
alignment with other sections.

For specific alloy materials


available, consult Orthman
Conveying Systems.

Page 43

CONVEYOR TROUGHS

SCREW
DIA.

TROUGH
THICK.
16
14
12
10
3

/16

12

14

16

18

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

10

20

/16

10

24

/16

ANGLE FLANGE
PART #
*WT
67
6TU16A
78
6TU14A
123
6TU12A
127
6TU10A
159
6TU7A
156
9TU12A
176
9TU10A
230
9TU7A
281
9TU3A
256
12TU12A
305
12TU10A
371
12TU7A
462
12TU3A
276
14TU12A
330
14TU10A
407
14TU7A
515
14TU3A
320
16TU12A
373
16TU10A
458
16TU7A
580
16TU3A
373
18TU12A
443
18TU10A
558
18TU7A
684
18TU3A
503
20TU10A
622
20TU7A
763
20TU3A
529
24TU10A
702
24TU7A
899
24TU3A

*Standard Lengths: 6 and 9 diameter 10-0

ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER

Page 44

FORMED FLANGE
PART #
*WT
55
6TU16F
67
6TU14F
91
6TU12F
110
6TU10F
145
6TU7F
132
9TU12F
164
9TU10F
214
9TU7F
270
9TU3F
215
12TU12F
266
12TU10F
342
12TU7F
443
12TU3F
234
14TU12F
292
14TU10F
378
14TU7F
496
14TU3F
277
16TU12F
334
16TU10F
428
16TU7F
559
16TU3F
334
18TU12F
408
18TU10F
534
18TU7F
672
18TU3F
463
20TU10F
587
20TU7F
751
20TU3F
461
24TU10F
702
24TU7F
899
24TU3F

10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17

10 5/8

19

12 1/8

21

13

25

16

12 through 24 diameter 12-0

D
9 5/8
9 11/16
9
9
9 3/8
13 3/16
13
13 3/8
13
17 3/16
17
17 3/8
17
19 3/16
19
19 3/8
19
21 3/16
21
21 3/8
21
24 3/16
24
24 3/8
24
26
26 3/8
26
30
30 3/8
30

CONVEYOR TROUGHS
Rectangular Troughs

TROUGH
SCREW THICK.
ANGLE FLANGE
DIA.
PART # *WT
(Ga)
16
6TR16A 89
6
14
6TR14A 103
14
9TR14A 130
9
12
9TR12A 161
12
12TR12A 262
12
10
12TR10A 312
3
/16
12TR7A 387
12
14TR12A 288
14
10
14TR10A 346
3
/16
14TR7A 434
12
16TR12A 314
16
10
16TR10A 379
3
/16
16TR7A 493
12
18TR12A 373
18
10
18TR10A 448
3
/16
18TR7A 578
12
20TR12A 415
20
10
20TR10A 502
3
/16
20TR7A 653
12
24TR12A 521
24
10
24TR10A 636
3
/16
24TR7A 838

FORMED
FLANGE

PART #
6TR16F
6TR14F
9TR14F
9TR12F
12TR12F
12TR10F
12TR7F
14TR12F
14TR10F
14TR7F
16TR12F
16TR10F
16TR7F
18TR12F
18TR10F
18TR7F
20TR12F
20TR10F
20TR7F
24TR12F
24TR10F
24TR7F

*WT
51
66
98
134
204
270
343
230
294
406
257
328
450
298
378
518
340
432
594
449
570
784

10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17

10 5/8

19

12 1/8

21

13

25

16

D
9 5/8
9 11/16
13 11/16
13 3/16
17 3/16
17
17 3/8
19 3/16
19
19 3/8
21 3/16
21
21 3/8
24 3/16
24
24 3/8
26 3/16
26
26 3/8
30 3/16
30
30 3/8

*Standard lengths: 6 and 9 diameter 10- 0


12 through 24 diameter 12 0
ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER.

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CONVEYOR TROUGHS

Screw
Diameter

Trough
Thickness

/16

6TU16DB
6TU14DB
6TU12DB
9TU12DB
9TU10DB
9TU7DB
12TU12D
12TU10D
12TU7DB
12TU3DB
14TU12D
14TU10D
14TU7DB
14TU3DB
16TU12D
16TU10D
16TU7DB
16TU3DB
18TU12D
18TU10D
18TU7DB
18TU3DB
20TU10D
20TU7DB
20TU3DB
24TU7DB

106
117
140
203
223
277
332
382
448
539
353
407
484
593
397
450
535
656
472
541
656
782
601
720
862
800

24TU3DB

997

16
14
12
12
10
3

/16

12

14

16

18

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

10
20

/16

24

Drop Bottom
Part #
*WT

*Standard Lengths: 6 and 9 diameter 10-0

ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER

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10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17 10 5/8 2

19 12 1/8 2

21 13 2
25 16 2

D
9 5/8
9 11/16
9
13 3/16
13
13 1/8
17 3/16
17
17 3/8
17
19 3/16
19
19 3/8
19
21 3/16
21
21 3/8
21
24 3/16
24
24 3/8
24
26
26 3/8
26
30 3/8
30

*12 through 24 diameter 12-0

CONVEYOR TROUGHS

Screw
Diameter

6
9
12

Trough
Thick. (Ga)

14
12
12
10
10
3

/16

10
14

/16

10
16

/16

10
18

/16

10
20

/16

10
24

/16

Part #
6TV14
6TV12
9TV12
9TV10
12TV10
12TV7
12TV3
14TV10
14TV7
14TV3
16TV10
16TV7
16TV3
18TV10
18TV7
18TV3
20TV10
20TV7
20TV3
24TV10
24TV7
24TV3

*Standard lengths: 6 and 9 diameter 10-0


ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER.

*WT
81
111
148
188
215
273
360
238
302
398
310
436
587
369
486
653
405
533
717
481
633
851

14

18

22

10

24

11

28

11

31

12 1/8

34

13

40

16

D
16 9/16
16 5/8
21 1/8
21 3/16
26 3/16
26
26 5/16
28 3/16
28
28 5/16
32 3/16
32
32 5/16
36 3/16
36
36 5/16
39 3/16
39
39 5/16
45 3/16
45
45 5/16

E
3
5
6

10

12

12 through 24 diameter 12-0

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CONVEYOR TROUGHS

Screw
Dia.

Trough
Thick.
16
14
12
10
3

/16

14
12
10
3

/16

12

14

16

18

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

10
20

24

/16

10

Std. Housing
Part #
*WT
50
6TO16
62
6TO14
85
6TO12
6TO10 110

6TO7
89
9TO14
9TO12 122
9TO10 155
208
9TO7

9TO3
196
12TO12
250
12TO10
330
12TO7
434
12TO3
224
14TO12
283
14TO10
379
14TO7
499
14TO3
254
16TO12
321
16TO10
430
16TO7
566
16TO3
290
18TO12
365
18TO10
486
18TO7
640
18TO3
402
20TO10
535
20TO7
703
20TO3
479
24TO10
637
24TO7
839
24TO3

/16

*Standard Lengths: 6 and 9 diameter 10 0

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Split Tube
Part #
*WT
60
6TO16ST
75
6TO14ST
6TO12ST 103
6TO10ST 133
168
6TO7ST
9TO14ST 104
9TO12ST 143
9TO10ST 182
245
9TO7ST
324
9TO3ST
232
12TO12ST
296
12TO10ST
394
12TO7ST
518
12TO3ST
260
14TO12ST
330
14TO10ST
443
14TO7ST
523
14TO3ST
290
16TO12ST
368
16TO10ST
493
16TO7ST
650
16TO3ST
336
18TO12ST
424
18TO10ST
566
18TO7ST
746
18TO3ST
458
20TO10ST
612
20TO7ST
806
20TO3ST
535
24TO10ST
714
24TO7ST
942
24TO3ST

A
Inside

D
9 5/8
9 11/16
9 11/16
9
9 7/8
13 3/16
13 3/16
13
13 3/8
13
17 3/16
17
17 3/8
17
19 3/16
19
19 3/8
19
21 3/16
21
21 3/8
21
24 3/16
24
24 3/8
24
26

10

13

15

17

19

21

26 3/8
26
30

25

30 3/8
30

*12 through 24 diameter 12 0 *ALL SIZES MADE TO ORDER.

Screw
Diameter

B Dimension

*Flush End
Spout

Standard
Spout

5 5/8

14 3/8

10

7 1/8

7 1/8

19 1/16

12

13

10

8 7/8

24 7/8

14

15

11

10 1/8

10

27

16

17

13

11 /8

12

30 11/16

18

19

14

12 3/8

13 3/8

33 5/8

20

21

10

15

13 3/8

15

36 5/8

24

25

12

17

15 3/8

18 1/8

42 5/8

Screw
Dia.

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

Trough
Thickness

16-14-12
10- 3/16
16-14-12-10
3

/16 -
12-10
3
/16 -
12-10
3
/16 -
12-10
3
/16 -
12-10
3
/16 -
10
3
/16 -
10
3

/16 -

Discharge
Thickness

14
12
14
10
12
3

/16

12
3

/16

12
3

/16

12
3

/16

12
3

/16
12

/16

Flush End Spout


Part #
WT

6DC14F
6DC12F
9DC14F
9DC10F
12DC121F
12DC7F
14DC12F
14DC7F
16DC12F
16DC7F
18DC12F
18DC7F
20DC12F
20DC7F
24DC12F
24DC7F

3
5
6
10
13
22
17
29
16
30
23
45
30
50
39
65

Spout Less Slide


Part #
WT

6DC14
6DC12
9DC14
9DC10
12DC12
12DC7
14DC12
14DC7
16DC12
16DC7
18DC12
18DC7
20DC12
20DC7
24DC12
24DC7

4
6
8
13
17
29
22
38
21
40
32
60
40
67
52
87

K
(Ga)
14
12
14
10
12
3
/16
12
3
/16
12
3
/16
12
3
/16
12
3
/16
12
3
/16

Spout With Slide


Part #
WT

6DC14S
6DC12S
9DC14S
9DC10S
12DC12S
12DC7S
14DC12S
14DC7S
16DC12S
16DC7S
18DC12S
18DC7S
20DC12S
20DC7S
24DC12S
24DC7S

11
13
18
22
36
48
46
62
49
68
69
97
91
118
116
151

*Flush End Discharges should be same gauge as trough for uniform fit.

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Bulkheads

BULKHEADS MAY BE USED WHEN CONVEYING HIGH-TEMPERATURE MATERIALS. THE


VOID AREA SHOULD BE PACKED WITH NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL TO DISSIPATE
HEAT FROM THE BEARING OR DRIVE.

SCREW
DIA ()
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

PART #
6SBH
9SBH
12SBH
14SBH
16SBH
18SBH
20SBH
24SBH

*VARIES WITH PIPE SIZE

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A
6 15/16
9 15/16
12 15/16
14 15/16
16 15/16
18 15/16
20 15/16
24 15/16

B
4
6 1/8
7
9
10 5/8
12 1/8
13 1/8
16 1/8

C
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

D (GA)
10
3

/16

/16

/16

/16

/16

E
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

F BOLT
3

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

END FLANGES

Screw
Diameter

TUBULAR-TROUGH

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

A
Trough Thickness
THRU
10 GA
7
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

Part #
6EF-O
9EF-O
12EF-O
14EF-O
16EF-O
18EF-O
20EF-O
24EF-O

/16 -

7 3/8
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

H
BOLTS
3

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

WT.
1.8
3
6.9
7.8
8.7
12.3
13.4
15.6

SCREW DIA.

RECTANGULAR-TROUGH

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

A
TROUGH THICK.

PART #
6EF-R
9EF-R
12EF-R
14EF-R
16EF-R
18EF-R
20EF-R
24EF-R

B
7
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

C
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2

THRU
10 GA
7
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

/16 -
3

7 /8
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

E
TROUGH THICK.
THRU
10 GA
3 5/8
5 1/8
6 5/8
7 5/8
8 5/8
9 5/8
10 5/8
12 5/8

/16
11

3 /16
5
6
7
8
9
10
12 5/8

H
BOLT
3

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

WT
1.7
2.9
6.6
7.6
8.5
12.1
13.3
15.8
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END FLANGES

U-TROUGH
Screw
Diameter

A
Trough Thickness

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

THRU
10 GA
7
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

Part #
6EF-U
9EF-U
12EF-U
14EF-U
16EF-U
18EF-U
20EF-U
24EF-U

/16- /4
3

7 /8
10
13
15
17
19
21
25

4
6 1/ 8
7
9
10 5/8
12 1/8
13
16

H
BOLTS

1 /8
1 11/16
2
2
2
2
2
2

/8
/8

5
/8
5
/8
5
/8
5
/8

WT.
1.5
2.4
5.5
6.5
7.4
10.4
11.5
13.5

FLARED-TROUGH
SCREW
DIA.

F
TROUGH THICK.

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

PART#
6EF-F
9EF-F
12EF-F
14EF-F
16EF-F
18EF-F
20EF-F
24EF-F

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B
7
9
10
11
11
12 3/8
13
16 1/2

C
3

1 /8
1 11/16
2
2
2
2
2
2 1/ 2

THRU
10 GA
14
18
22
24
28
31
34
40

/16- /4
14
18
22
24
28
31
34
40

A/2
THRU
10 GA
5

3 /8
5 1/ 8
6 5/ 8
7 5/ 8
8 5/ 8
9 5/ 8
10 5/8
12 5/8

/16-1/4
11

3 /16
5
6
7
8
9
10
12 5/8

H
BOLT
3

/8
/8

5
/8
5
/8
5
/8
5
/8
3

WT
1.9
3
6.4
7.3
7.9
11
11
13

SEALS

SHAFT
DIA.()
1
1
2
2 7/16
3
3 7/16

PART #

LIP
SWP2-L
SWP3-L
SWP4-L
SWP5-L
SWP6-L
SWP7-L

D
BOLTS
WT
WASTE PACK
FELT
MIN. MAX.
3
/8
2
4
SWP2
SWP2-F 3 1 2
3
1

6
SWP3
SWP3-F 5 /8 1 4
4 /8
5
/8
8
SWP4
SWP4-F 6 1 4 3/8
5 1/8
5
3
3
5
1

/
5 /8
5 /8
9
SWP5
SWP5-F 7 /8
8
6

13
SWP6
SWP6-F 7 1 6
7

17
SWP7
SWP7-F 9 2 6
A

PART #
A
SHAFT
DIA.() GRAPHITE
1
SPG2
1
SPG3
2
SPG4
7
2 /16
SPG5
3
SPG6
7
3 /16
SPG7
15
3 /16
SPG8
7
4 /16
SPG9
15
4 /16
SPG10
7
5 /16
SPG11
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AIR
PURGED
SEAL
SPG2-A
SPG3-A
SPG4-A
SPG5-A
SPG6-A
SPG7-A
SPG8-A
SPG9-A
SPG10-A
SPG11-A

4
5 3 /8
6
7 3/8
7
9
10
10
11
11

2
4
5 1 /8
5 5 /8
6
6
7
8
9
9

D
BOLTS

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

WT
10
14
18
21
27
30
35
40
45
50

COMPONENT SELECTION

Shrouds are used in trough sections of screw feeders to decrease the clearance between the
cover and feeder screw to obtain proper feed regulation. Lengths are sufficient to prevent flushing
of the majority of materials being handled and gauges are proportioned to trough size and gauge.

SHROUDS

18
20
24

U-Trough

Length

16

Flared

14

U-Trough

12

B
Flared

10

Flared
6SHD12V 11
7
6SHD7V
9SHD12V 17
9SHD7V 13
10SHD12V 19
10SHD7V 14
12SHD12V 28
12SHD7V 20
14SHD12V 37
14SHD7V 30
16SHD12V 47
16SHD7V 35
18SHD12V 60
18SHD7V 45
20SHD7V 71
24SHD7V 100

A
U-Trough

12
7
12
7
12
7
12
7
12
7
12
7
12
7
7
7

U-Trough
6SHD12U
6SHD7U
9SHD12U
9SHD7U
10SHD12U
10SHD7U
12SHD12U
12SHD7U
14SHD12U
14SHD7U
16SHD12U
16SHD7U
18SHD12U
18SHD7U
20SHD7U
24SHD7U

Wt. (lbs)
Flared

Shroud
Thick. (GA)

Screw
Dia ()

Part Number

16
13
28
23

41
32
54
42
68
52
82
63
100
142

7
7
10
10
11
11
13
13
15
15
17
17
19
19
21
25

13
13
17
17

21
21
23
23
27
27
30
30
33
39

2 11/16
2 11/16
3 13/16
3 13/16
3 13/16
3 13/16
4
4
5 13/16
5 13/16
6 13/16
6 13/16
7 7/8
7 7/8
8 11/16
10 7/8

6
6
8 9/16
8 9/16

9
9
10 5/16
10 5/16
11 1/8
11 1/8
11 7/8
11 7/8
13 1/8
15 15/16

14
14
18
18
20
20
24
24
28
28
32
32
36
36
40
48

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SCREW
DIA. ()

SADDLES & FEET

6SFF

8 /8

5 /8

10

/16

9SFF

9 /8

7 /8

12

/16

2 /8

12

12SFF

12

9 5/8

15

/16

1 5/8

14

14SFF

13

10 7/8

16

2 7/8

1 5/8

16

16SFF

14 7/8

12

18

18SFF

16

13 3/8

19 1/8

20

20SFF

19

15

22

/16

24

24SFF

20

18 1/8

24

/16

4 1/8

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PART #

18

F
1

BOLTS

BOLTS

WT

/8

/8

2.0

/8

3.0

/8

6.0

/8

7.0

/8

/8

7.5

/8

/8

9.5

/8

12.5

/8

14.5

SCREW
DIA ()
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

SCREW
DIA. ()
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

PART #

A
10
12
15
16
18
19 1/8
22
24

6FF-S
9FF-S
12FF-S
14FF-S
16FF-S
18FF-S
20FF-S
24FF-S

PART
#
6FF-S
9FF-S
12FF-S
14FF-S
16FF-S
18FF-S
20FF-S
24FF-S

K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

L
5

/8

8 /8
9 3 /8
12
13
14 7/8
16

C
3

/16

/16

/16

19

20

M
13

/16

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

/16
/16

E
5

13

5 /8
7 7 /8
9 5 /8
10 7/8
12
13 3/8

3 /16
5 5/16
6 7 /8
7 7 /8
8 7 /8
9 7 /8
10 7/8
12 7/8

15
1

18 /8

P
7

1 /8

1 5/16

9
9

/32
/8
/8

/8

/16 X /8
/16 X 7/8

/8

1 5/16

/16

1 /16

11

11

/16

1 5/16

11

11

/16

1 /16

11

11

/16

1 5/16

11

11

/16

/16
/16
/16

/16 X /8
/16 X
/16 X
/16 X

G*

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/16 X /16

/16 X

F*

1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2

H
1
2 5/8
2
2 7/8
3
3
3
4 1/8

1
1

1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

1 5 /8
5
1 /8

2
2
2
2

DETAIL A
1 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16
2 X 1 X 3/16

Page 57

A
Dimension

Part Number

With
Seal

Without
Seal

With
Seal

Without
Seal

13

11

DS3-D

15

13

2 7/16

17

3
3 7/16

DS3-E

4 1 /8

5 3 /8

DS4-D

DS4-E

4 3 /8

15

DS5-D

DS5-E

18

16

DS6-D

23

20

DS7-D

5 5 /8

4 1 /8

5 3 /8

6 7 /8

4 11/16

DS6-E

5 3/16

DS7-E

5 7 /8

WEIGHT

Shaft
Diameter
(inches)
WITH
SEAL

WITHOUT
SEAL

19

16

28

24

2 /16

46

40

69

58

3 7/16

109

93

Page 58

H BOLTS

SHAFT
DIAMETER

DRIVE SHAFTS

1 3/16

6 1 /8

/8

2 1 /8

1 13/16

2 3 /8

G
5

15

/16

13

/16

9 1 /8

COUPLING SHAFTS

A
SHAFT
DIA.
1
2
2 7/16
3
3 7/16

PART #
STD
HRD #
#
CS3
CS3H
CS4
CS4H
CS5
CS5H
CS6
CS6H
CS7
CS7H

A SHAFT
DIA

PART
#

1
2
2 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 15/16

CCS3
CCS4
CCS5
CCS6
CCS7
CCS8

9
9
9
10
13
13

11
11
12
13
17

2
2
3
3
4

H
BOLTS

H
BOLTS

7
7

15

3
3
3
3
4

/8
/8

/8

15

1
1
1

/8
/8

/8

/8
/8
/16

/8
/8
/16

1
1

M
3
3
3
3
4
4

/8

/8

15

/16

1
1

N
7

/8

/8

15

/16

1
1
1

WT
5.8
10.3
15.6
26
47

WT
4.8
8.5
12.9
20
37
48
Page 59

SHAFTS

A Dimensions
Ball Bearing
Ball Bearing
Shaft With Part # Without Part #
Dia. Seal
C
Seal
7
1
10
8
ES3-S
ES3
/8
7
2
10 ES4-S
8
ES4
/8
7
15
2 /16 11 ES5-S
9
ES5
/16
3
12 ES6-S
10
1
ES6
3 7/16 15 ES7-S
13
ES7 1

A Dimensions
Ball Bearing
Shaft With
Part #
Dia. Seal
C
7
1
16 ES3-O
/8
7
7
2
16 /8 ES4-O
/8
2 7/16
17 ES5-O 15/16
3
187/8 ES6-O
1
7
3 /16
23
ES7-O 1

3
3
3
3
4

1
1
1
1
2

1
1
1
1
2

H
Bolts

/8
5
/8

/8

/16

5
5
6 3/8
6
8

/8
/8
15
/16

1
1

/16
/8

Page 60

D
3
3
3
3
4

E
1
1
1
1
2

H Bolts

/8
/8

/8

G
7

5
/8
7
5
/8
6 15/16
7
1
7 1

/16

5
5
6 3/8
6
8

/16
/8

End Lugs, Internal Collars, Coupling Bolts

Part Numbers
Intake End Lug

Screw
Dia.

Right Hand
EL6RI
EL9RI
EL12RI
EL14RI
EL16RI
EL18RI
EL20RI
EL24RI

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

Coupling Dia.
1
2
2 7/16
3
3
3 7/16

Part Numbers
Discharge End Lug

Left Hand
EL6LI
EL9LI
EL12LI
EL14LI
EL16LI
EL18LI
EL20LI
EL24LI

Nominal
Pipe Size*
2
2
3
3
4
4

Right Hand
EL6RD
EL9RD
EL12RD
EL14RD
EL16RD
EL18RD
EL20RD
EL24RD

Weight
Each (LBS)

Left Hand
EL6LD
EL9LD
EL12LD
EL14LD
EL16LD
EL18LD
EL20LD
EL24LD

Part
Number
IC3
IC4
IC5
IC6
IC6A
IC7

L
4
4
5
5
5
6

.06
.15
.43
.43
.68
.68
.68
.68

Weight
Each (LBS)
2.2
2.4
4.1
4.3
8.3
7.3

* Schedule 40 Pipe

Coupling
Dia.

Outside
Pipe Dia.

/16

3
3
3

/16

Bolt Size

X3

X5

X5

2
2

2 /8

Nominal
Pipe
Size*

Part No.
High
Torque

Weight
Each
(LBS)

CB3-x.xx

CB3HT

.25

CB4-x.xx

CB4HT

.50

CB5-x.xx

CB5HT

.56

CB6-x.xx

CB6HT

.75

CB6A-x.xx

CB6AHT

.88

CB7-x.xx

CB7HT

1.25

/8 X 3 /8
/8 X 4 /4

/8

Part No.
Standard

X5

* Schedule 40 Pipe

Page 61

TROUGH ENDS WITH FEET

SCREW
DIA ()

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
SCREW
DIA ()

U-TROUGH

6EP3-U
9EP3-U
9EP4-U
12EP4-U
12EP5-U
12EP6-U
14EP5-U
14EP6-U
16EP6-U
18EP6-U
18EP7-U
20EP6-U
20EP7-U
24EP7-U

9
12
14
16
18
20
24

Page 62

TUBULAR

6EP3-O
9EP3-O
9EP4-O
12EP4-O
12EP5-O
12EP6-O
14EP5-O
14EP6-O
16EP6-O
18EP6-O
18EP7-O
20EP6-O
20EP7-O
24EP7-O

F
U-TROUGH

PART NUMBER

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

U-TROUGH

TUBULAR
7

1
1
2
2

6 1/8

2 5/8
3
2 5/8
3
3
3
3 5/8
3
3 5/8
3 5/8

7 7/8

9 3/8

13

8 5/8

9 5/8

12

17

9 5/8

10 7/8

13

19

10 5/8

10 5/8

12

14 7/8

21

16

24

12

/8

/8

13

13

13 1/8

15

19

26

16

15 1/8

18 1/8

20

30

/8

12

/8

/8

K-BOLT PATTERN

H
3

/16

1 5/8

2 1/2

2 /2

2 1/2

2 1/2

/16
/16
/8
/8
/8

/8

D
5

BALL BEARING

ROLLER BEARING

4
4
5 1 /8
5 1 /8
5 7/8
6
5 7/8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

4 /8
4 1/8
4 3/8
4 3/8
5 3/8
6
5 3/8
6
6
6
7
6
7
7

N
HOLE
DIA
()

2 5/8

2 7/8

11

11

11

4 1/8

11

/16

/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16

WEIGHT
U

TUB.

12

11

18
21
36
38
50
45
57
75
89
99
126
132
169

15
18
29
31
43
39
51
65
78
89
115
127
157

6
9
12
14
16
18
20

SCREW
DIA ()

24

6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

PART NUMBER

FLARED

6EP3-F
9EP3-F
9EP4-F
12EP4-F
12EP5-F
12EP6-F
14EP5-F
14EP6-F
16EP6-F
18EP6-F
18EP7-F
20EP6-F
20EP7-F
24EP7-F

RECT.

6EP3-R
9EP3-R
9EP4-R
12EP4-R
12EP5-R
12EP6-R
14EP5-R
14EP6-R
16EP6-R
18EP6-R
18EP7-R
20EP6-R
20EP7-R
24EP7-R

FLARE

1
1
2

6EP3-F

2 /8
3
3
3
3
5

3 /8
3
5

3 /8
5

3 /8

12EP4-F

12EP4-R

12EP4-F

12EP5-R

12EP5-F

12EP6-R

14EP5-F

14EP5-R

14EP6-F

14EP6-R

16EP6-F

16EP6-R

18EP6-F

18EP6-R

18EP7-F

18EP7-R

20EP6-F

20EP6-R

20EP7-F

20EP7-R

24EP7-F

24EP7-R

FLARE

8 /8

8 /8

RECT

RECT

5 /8

6 /8

7 /8

9 /8

9 /8

13

13

1 /8

1 /8

10

9 /8

12

12

17

17

11

10 /8

13

13

19

19

11

10 /8

12

14 /8

14 /8

21

21

FLARE

5
1

12 /8

12 /8

13 /8

16

16

24

24

13

13

15

19

19

26

26

16

16

18 /8

20

20

30

30

K-BOLT PTTRN

9EP4-R

RECT

6EP3-R

9EP4-F

FLARE

9EP3-R

2 /8

RECT

9EP3-F

RECT

PART NUMBER

FLARED

H
3

/16

J
5

16 /8

RLLR

1 /8

21

26 /8

/16

/16

/8
/8

/8

28 /8
32
36
39
45

4 /8

/16 X 1

M
1

N
7

/16

5 /8

4 /8

4 /8

/16 X 1

5 /8

4 /8

5 /8

5 /8

6
5

1 /8

L-SLOT

4
1

BALL

2 /8

/16

3
3

/16 X 1 /8

5 /8

5 /8

/16 X 1 /8
/16 X 1 /8
/16 X 1 /8

13

/16 X 1 /8

13

/16 X 1 /8

2 /8
3
3
3
1

4 /8

/16

SHAFT
DIA ()

SCREW
DIA ()

TROUGH ENDS WITH FEET

1
1

/16

11

/16

11

/16

11

/16

11

/16

FLARE

RECT

15

13

22

19

27

24

43

39

2 /16

33

40

56

58

WEIGHT

2 /16

52

48

64

66

85

85

98

94

3 /16

104

101

133

134

3 /16

139

140

173

179

3 /16

Page 63

TROUGH ENDS WITHOUT FEET

SCREW
DIA ()

6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24
SCREW
DIA. ()

PART NUMBER
U-TROUGH

6EP3-U
9EP3-U
9EP4-U
12EP4-U
12EP5-U
12EP6-U
14EP5-U
14EP6-U
16EP6-U
18EP6-U
18EP7-U
20EP6-U
20EP7-U
24EP7-U
F
U-TROUGH

1 5/8

12

14

16

18

20

24

6EP3-O
9EP3-O
9EP4-O
12EP4-O
12EP5-O
12EP6-O
14EP5-O
14EP6-O
16EP6-O
18EP6-O
18EP7-O
20EP6-O
20EP7-O
24EP7-O

1
1
2
2
2 5/8
3
2 5/8
3
3
3
3 5/8
3
3 5/8
3 5/8

U-TROUGH

TUBULAR

/8

H
3

/16

/16
/16
5
/16
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8
5

BALL BEARING

4
5 1 /8
6
5 1/8
5 5 /8
6
5 5/8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

D
7

/8

E
27

/32

12 1/8

3 15/16

13

8 5/8

8 5/8

5 1/16

17

9 5/8

9 5/8

5 1/8

19

10 5/8

10 5/8

10 5/8

6 7/32

21

12 1/8

12 5/8

12 1/8

7 3/32

24

13

13 5/8

13 1/8

7 11/16

26

15 1/8

15 5/8

15 1/8

8 27/32

30

K-BOLT PATTERN

Page 64

B
A

TUBULAR

ROLLER BEARING

4 1/8
4 1 /8
4 3/8
4 3/8
5 3 /8
6
5 3 /8
6
6
6
7
6
7
7

WEIGHT
N-HOLE DIA.
9

/16
9
/16
9
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16

U-TROUGH

10
15
18
29
31
43
36
48
62
74
84
96
102
128

TUBULAR

9
12
15
22
24
36
30
42
52
63
74
85
97
116

Trough Ends

PART NUMBER
SCREW DIA () SHAFT DIA. U-TROUGH
RECT
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

SCREW
DIA ()
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

6EPF3-U
9EPF3-U
9EPF4-U
12EPF4-U
12EPF5-U
12EPF6-U
14EPF5-U
14EPF6-U
16EPF6-U
18EPF6-U
18EPF7-U
20EPF6-U
20EPF7-U
24EPF7-U

SHAFT
DIA.
1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

6EPF3-R
9EPF3-R
9EPF4-R
12EPU4-R
12EPF5-R
12EPF6-R
14EPF5-R
14EPF6-R
16EPF6-R
18EPF6-R
18EPF7-R
20EPF6-R
20EPF7-R
24EPF7-R

H
3

/16

/16
5
/16
5
/16
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8
3
/8

BALL
BEARING

ROLLER
BEARING

4
4
5 1/8
5 1/8
5 5/8
6

5 5 /8

6
6
6
6
6
6
6

4 /8
4 1 /8
4 3 /8
4 3 /8
5 3 /8
6
5 3 /8
6
6
6
7
6
7
7

A
DIA.
1
1
2
2
2 5/8
3
2 5/8
3
3
3
3 5/8
3
3 5/8
3 5/8

N
DIA.
9

/16
/16
9
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
11
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
13
/16
9

5 5 /8

6 1 /8

10

7 7 /8

13

5
1 /8

9 5 /8

17

10 7/8

19

10 5/8

12

21

12 1/8

13 3/8

24

13

15

26

16

18 1/8

30

WEIGHT
U-TROUGH
12
18
21
36
38
50
45
57
75
89
99
126
132
169

RECT.
13
19
24
39
40
58
48
66
85
94
101
134
140
179

Page 65

TROUGH END BEARINGS

A BORE PART #
BBPB-3
1
BBPB-4
2
BBPB-5
2 7/16
BBPB-6
3
7
BBPB-7
3 /16

A BORE PART #

7
8 7/8
10
12
14

1 /16 5 /8
1
6 7/8
1 3/16 8
1 7/8
9
1
2 /16 11

2 /8
2
3
3
4

1 /16
1 9/16
1 7/8
2 3/16
2

RBPB-3

7 7/8

3 3/8 6 2 1/8 1 2 3/8

RBPB-4

8 7/8

3 7

2 7/16

RBPB-5 10 4

RBPB-6 12

4 9 3 1/8 1 7/8 3 1/8

3 7/16

RBPB-7 14

BRONZE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Page 66

H BOLTS WEIGHT

2 /8
2 3/8
2 7/8
3
3 7/16

5.6
8
13.5
18.4
28.4

/8

/8

/8

H BOLTS WEIGHT

9.5

2 1 3/8 2

11

8 2 1 5/8 2 7/8

/8

19

26

44

11

3 5/8 2 3 5/8

/8

/8

A
BORE

PART #

1
2
2 7/16
3
3 7/16

BBF-3
BBF-4
BBF-5
BBF-6
BBF-7

5 1/8
6
7
7
8

C
2
2 3/8
2
3 3/8
3 7/8

H
BOLTS

E
9

4
5 1/8
5 5/8
6
6

WEIGHT

/16
/16
11
/16
7
/8
11

4.8
9.6
11
23
29

/8
/8

ROLLER BEARING, FLANGED

A
BORE PART #
RBF-3
1
RBF-4
2
2 7/16 RBF-5
RBF-6
3
7
3 /16 RBF-7

5 3/8
5 5/8
6 7/8
7
9

3
3 5/8
4
4
5

D
4 1/8
4 3/8
5 3/8
6
7

E
1
1
1
1 5/8
1 7/8

H
BOLTS WEIGHT

/8

10
12
21
28
46

Page 67

HANGER BEARINGS
HANGER BEARING SELECTION

DIAGRAM

BORE PART #
1

SHB3

SHB4
7

2 /16

SHB5

SHB6

3 7/16

SHB7

BORE PART #
1

SHBX3

SHBX4

2 7/16

SHBX5

SHBX6

3 7/16

SHBX7

BORE

PART #

SHBB-3

SHBB-4
7

Page 68

2 /16

SHBB-5

SHBB-6

3 7/16

SHBB-7

MATERIALS
W = WOOD
HI = HARD IRON
B = BABBITT
BZ = BRONZE
BZG = BRONZE W/
GRAPHITE
N = NYCATRON

MATERIALS
W
= WOOD
HI
= HARD IRON
B
= BABBITT
BZ
= BRONZE
UHMW = UHMW

HANGER
STYLE

220
226
326

HANGER
STYLE
226
326
216
316

MATERIALS

HANGER
STYLE

BALL BEARING

270

HANGERS

Screw
Dia.
6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

Screw
Dia.
6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

Part #
6SH2203
9SH2203
9SH2204
12SH2204
12SH2204
12SH2206
14SH2205
14SH2206
16SH2206
18SH2206
18SH2207
20SH2206
20SH2207
24SH2207

Part #
6SH2703
9SH2703
9SH2704
12SH2704
12SH2705
12SH2706
14SH2705
14SH2706
16SH2706
18SH2706
18SH2707
20SH2706
20SH2707
24SH2707

Shaft
Dia.
1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

Shaft
Dia.
1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

A
8

B
4

C
2

D
9

E
2

F
4

H
BOLTS

/8

12

/8

13

15

2
3
3

17

/8

17

19

19

10 5/8

3
3
4
3
4
4

21

22

12 1/8

24

13

28

16

24

26

30

/8

C
2

D
9

E
2

F
4

10

13

17

2
3
3
3

19

3
3
4
3
4
4

21

15
17
19
21
25

9
10 5/8
12 1/8
13
16

/8

/8

B
4

13

/8

/8

A
7

6 /8

/8

/8

H
BOLTS
/8

/8

1 3/8

1 3 /8

/8

24

1 5/8

/8

26

1 5/8

30

1 5/8

/8
/8

/8

WT
7
10
12
20
25
26
28
30
33
45
53
52
66
81

WT
6
7
8
13
19
24
20
25
31
33
47
39
52
60

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6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

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SHAFT
DIA. ()

SCREW
DIA. ()

HANGERS

PART
NUMBER
6SH2263
9SH2263
9SH2264
12SH2264
12SH2265
12SH2266
14SH2265
14SH2266
16SH2266
18SH2266
18SH2267
20SH2266
20SH2267

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16

24SH2267

3 7/16

A
7

B
4

10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17

10 5/8

19

12 1/8

21

13

25

16

C
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
4
4

H
BOLTS
3
/8

E
2

F
4

1 3/ 8

1 3/ 8

1 5/ 8

/8

1 5/ 8

/8

1 5/ 8

/8

/8

/8

WT
7
9
11
15
23
24
24
26
29
39
52
42
55
65

6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

10

6 1/8

13

15

17

10 5/8

19

12 1/8

21

13

25

16

C
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
4
4

H
BOLTS

PART #
6SH3263
9SH3263
9SH3264
12SH3264
12SH3265
12SH3266
14SH3265
14SH3266
16SH3266
18SH3266
18SH3267
20SH3266
20SH3267
24SH3267

SHAFT
DIA ( " )

SCREW
DIA( " )

HANGERS

/8

1 3/ 8

1 3/ 8

1 5/ 8

1 5/ 8

/8

/8
/8
/8

/8

/16

/16

/16

/8

WT
7
9
10
14
19
25
23
31
36
36
48
38
51
58

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6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

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PART #
6SH2163
9SH2163
9SH2164
12SH2164
12SH2165
12SH2166
14SH2165
14SH2166
16SH2166
18SH2166
18SH2167
20SH2166
20SH2167
24SH2167

SHAFT
DIA ()

SCREW
DIA. ()

HANGERS

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

A
7

B
4

10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17 10 5/8
19 12 1/8
21 13
25 16

C
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
4
4

H
BOLTS
3
/8

E
2

F
4

1 3/ 8

1 3/ 8

1 5/ 8

/8

1 5/ 8

1 5/ 8

1 5/ 8

1 5/ 8

/8

/8

WT
5
7
9
14
18
21
23
25
28
34
44
36
47
53

6
9

12

14
16
18
20
24

1
1
2
2
2 7/16
3
2 7/16
3
3
3
3 7/16
3
3 7/16
3 7/16

10

6 1/ 8

13

15

17

10 5/8

19

12 1/8

21

13

25

16

C
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
4
4

H
BOLTS

PART #
6SH3163
9SH3163
9SH3164
12SH3164
12SH3165
12SH3166
14SH3165
14SH3166
16SH3166
18SH3166
18SH3167
20SH3166
20SH3167
24SH3167

SHAFT
DIA ( )

SCREW
DIA( )

HANGERS

/8

/8

/16

/16

1 3/ 8

/16

1 3/ 8

/16

1 5/ 8

/8

1 5/ 8

/8

1 5/ 8

/8

/8

WT
7
9
10
14
19
25
23
31
36
36
48
38
51
58

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CONV. SIZE

DIMENSIONS

PART #

6CVGT-A-E

13

10

30 4/9

11

9CVGT-A-E

17 1/8

10

13

39 4/9

12

12CVGT-A-E

19

13

17

14

14CVGT-A-E

22

15

16

16CVGT-A-E

24 5/8

18

18CVGT-A-E

20
24

AIR CYL. BORE

DISCHARGE GATES

2 13/16

19

/16

25

/16

48 9/16

5 1 /8

31

/16

19

54 9/16

35

/16

17

21

61 3/8

39

/16

27 7/8

19

24

67 3/8

1 1 /8

4 7/16

4 3 /8

4 3 /8

43

/16

20CVGT-A-E

29

21

26

73 3/8

1 1 /8

4 7 /8

47

/16

24CVGT-A-E

34

25

20

85 3/8

1 1 /8

5 5 /8

5 5 /8

55

/16

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/16

/8
/8
/8

CONV.
SIZE

DIMENSIONS

PART #

6CVGT-A

A
13
1

AIR CYL.
BORE

DISCHARGE GATES

19

11

30 7/16

3 HOLES 4 C-C=9

4 HOLES-4.333 C-C=13

14

22

9CVGT-A

17 /8

10

25

14

39 /16

4 HOLES 4

C-C=12

4 HOLES-5.333 C-C=16

17

28

12

12CVGT-A

19

13

31

17

48 9/16

4 HOLES 5

C-C=15

4 HOLES-6.333 C-C=19

20

34

14

14CVGT-A

22

15

35

19

54 9/16

5 HOLES 4 C-C=17

6 HOLES-4.2

C-C=21

22

34

16

16CVGT-A

24 5/8

17

39

21

61 3/8

5 HOLES 4 C-C=19

6 HOLES-4.6

C-C=23

24

38

18

18CVGT-A

27 /8

19

43

23

67 /8

5 HOLES 5 C-C=21

6 HOLES-D

C-C=25

26

42

20

20CVGT-A

29

21

47

25

73 3/8

5 HOLES 5 C-C=23

6 HOLES-5.4

C-C=27

28

50

24

24CVGT-A

34

25

55

29

85 3/8

7 HOLES 4 C-C=27

6 HOLES-6.2

C-C=31

32

58

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CONV. SIZE

DISCHARGE GATES

PART #

6CVGT-RP

13

19

11

11

9CVGT-RP

17 /8

10

25

14

12

12CVGT-RP

19

13

31

14

14CVGT-RP

22

15

16

16CVGT-RP

24 /8

18

18CVGT-RP

20
24

Page 76

DIMENSIONS
G

3 HOLES-4 C-C=9

4 HOLES-4.333 C-C=13

14

22

14

4 HOLES-4

C-C=12

4 HOLES-5.333 C-C=16

17

28

17

17

4 HOLES-5

C-C=15

4 HOLES-6.333 C-C=19

20

34

35

19

19

5 HOLES-4 C-C=17

6 HOLES-4.2

C-C=21

22

38

17

39

21

21

5 HOLES-4 C-C=19

6 HOLES-4.6

C-C=23

24

42

27 /8

19

43

23

23

5 HOLES-5 C-C=21

6 HOLES-5

C-C=25

26

46

20CVGT-RP

29

21

47

25

25

5 HOLES-5 C-C=23

6 HOLES-5.4

C-C=27

28

50

24CVGT-RP

34

25

55

29

29

7 HOLES-4 C-C=27

6 HOLES-6.2

C-C=31

32

58

DISCHARGE GATES

RACK & PINION GATE


SIZE

PART #

5FLGT-RP
6FLGT-RP
7FLGT-RP
8FLGT-RP
10FLGT-RP
11FLGT-RP
12FLGT-RP
13FLGT-RP
14FLGT-RP
15FLGT-RP
16FLGT-RP
17FLGT-RP
18FLGT-RP
19FLGT-RP
20FLGT-RP
21FLGT-RP
22FLGT-RP
24FLGT-RP
25FLGT-RP

17

6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25

20

10

22

11

24

13

10

28

14

11

30

16

12

33

17

13

35

18

14

37

19

15

39

20
21

16
17

41
43

4
4

23

18

46

24

19

48

25

20

50

26

21

52

27

22

54

29

24

58

30

25

60

E
3
9

/19

11
9

/8
/16

/16

/8

15

3 /16

13

2 /16

3 /16

4 /16

4 /8

3
3

15

10

2 /32

12

2 /32

15

2 /32

15

15

2 /32

15

16 /8

18 /8

19 /8

1 /8

1 /8

1 /8

/8

5 /8

/8

4 /8

4 /8

20 /8

/8

21 /8

/8

3 /8

4
4

/8

/8

4 /16

4 /8

4 /8

25 /8

26 /8

2 /32
15

2 /32

2 /32

15

/8

4 /8

27 /8

/8

28 /8

/8

5 /8

5 /8

1 /8

/8

24 /8

/8

1 /8

23 /8

1 /8

22 /8

2 /32

3 /8

15

13

/8

2 /32

/8

15

11

5 /8

5 /8

30 /8

31 /8

15

2 /32

2 /32

15

15

1 /8

1 /8

M
5

/16

25 /16

29 /16

32 /16

35 /16

17 /8

/16

20 /8

/16

22 /8

/16

24 /8

13
1
1
1

/16

28

/16

30

44 /16

/16

33

48 /16

/16

35

51 /16

/16

37

54 /16

/16

39

57 /16

/16

41

60

/16

43

63

/16

46

66

/16

48

70 /16

/16

50

73 /16

/16

52

76 /16

/16

54

79 /16

/16

58

85 /16

/16

60

88 /16

41 /16
11
3
3
3
3

9
9
9
9
9
9

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DISCHARGE GATES

SIZE

5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25

PART #

5FLGT-A
6FLGT-A
7FLGT-A
8FLGT-A
10FLGT-A
11FLGT-A
12FLGT-A
13FLGT-A
14FLGT-A
15FLGT-A
16FLGT-A
17FLGT-A
18FLGT-A
19FLGT-A
20FLGT-A
21FLGT-A
22FLGT-A
24FLGT-A
25FLGT-A

Page 78

A
7
9
10

B
5
6
7

C
17
20
22

D
4
4

E
3
9

/8
/19

11

/16

11

24

13

10

28

14

11

30

16

12

33

17
18
19
20

13
14
15
16

35
37
39
41

/16

2
15
3 /16

13

2 /16
3

10
11

2 /32
15
2 /32

1
1

15

20 /8

12

2 /32

15

22 /8

15

13

25 /16
1
29 /16

32 /16

24 /8

35 /16

2 /32

15

2 /32

15

28

41 /16

30

44 /16

1 /8

33

48 /16

1 /8

35

51 /16

1 /8

37

54 /16

1 /8

39

57 /16

1 /8

41

60

1 /8

2 /32

4 /8

16 /8

/8

18 /8

/8

5 /8

/8

4 /8

/8

/8

3 /8

3 /8

19 /8
20 /8
21 /8
22 /8

/8

23 /8

46

1 /8

24 /8

1 /8

4 /16

4 /8

4 /8

25 /8

1 /8

26 /8

26

21

52

1 /8

4 /8

4 /16

27 /8

1 /8
1

/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16

11
3
3
3
3

43

63

/16

46

66

/16

48

70 /16

15

2 /32

/16

50

73 /16

15

/16

52

76 /16

15

2 /32

9
9
9

2 /32

/16

54

79 /16

1 /8

/16

58

85 /16

1 /8

/16

60

88 /16

28 /8

5
3

15

2 /32

50

20

15

25

4 /16

4 /8

/16

2 /32

/8

/16

43

54

13

18

22

17 /8

17

27

/16

23

48

/16
/16

3 /16

21

19

24

29

24

58

1 /8

5 /16

5 /8

5 /8

30 /8

30

25

60

1 /8

5 /8

31 /8

15

9
9
9

DISCHARGE GATES

CONV.
SIZE

Curved Gate Rack & Pinion Dust-Tight Enclosure

DIMENSIONS
PART #

/16

2 13/16

11

19

25

6CVGT-RP-E

17

19

11

9CVGT-RP-E

22 1/8

10

13

14

12

12CVGT-RP-E

25

13

17

17

5 1/8

31

14

14CVGT-RP-E

28

15

19

19

35

16

16CVGT-RP-E

31 5/8

17

21

21

39

18

18CVGT-RP-E

34 1/8

19

24

23

1 1/8

4 7/16

4 3/8

4 3/8

43

20

20CVGT-RP-E

37

21

26

25

1 1/8

4 7/8

47

24

24CVGT-RP-E

43

25

30

29

1 1/8

5 5/8

5 5/8

55

/8
/8
/8

/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16
/16

Page 79

PART #

FLANGE
THICKNESS

WEIGHT- LBS

SCREW
DIAMETER

COMPONENT SELECTION: INLETS

6SCI

4.2

12 GA

10

11

2 13/16

9SCI

7.8

10 GA

10

13

10

10SCI

8.6

10 GA

11

14

4 5/16

4 3/8

12

12SCI

11

10 GA

13

17

5 1/8

14

14SCI

13

10 GA

15

19

16

16SCI

14

10 GA

17

21

18

18SCI

20

10 GA

19

24

1 1/8

4 7/16

4 3/8

4 3/8

(2)

20

20SCI

22

10 GA

21

26

1 1/8

4 7/8

(2)

24

24SCI

23

10 GA

25

30

1 1/8

5 5/8

5 5/8

(2)

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.


(1) 12 BOLTS
(2) 20 BOLTS

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/8
/8
/8
/8

/8 (1)
/8 (1)

/8 (1)

/8 (1)
/8 (2)
/8 (2)

HANGER POCKETS

Hanger Pocket For Tubular Trough

Screw Dia.
6

12

14

16

18

20

24

Part #
6SHP14
6SHP10
9SHP14
9SHP12
9SHP10
9SHP7
12SHP12
12SHP10
12SHP7
12SHP3
14SHP12
14SHP10
14SHP7
14SHP3
16SHP12
16SHP10
16SHP7
16SHP3
18SHP12
18SHP10
18SHP7
18SHP3
20SHP10
20SHP7
20SHP3
24SHP10
24SHP7
24SHP3

10

7 1/8

D
14
10
14
12
10

E
9

13 1/8

/16

13

15

17

19

8 7/8

10 1/8

11 1/8

12 3/8

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

12
10
3

/16

17

19

21

24

10
21

13 3/8

/16

26

10
25

15 3/8

/16

30

WT.
7
9
8
10
13
18
15
20
27
36
19
24
33
44
23
30
41
55
30
37
58
68
46
63
84
61
83
111
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6
9
12
14
16
18
20
24

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16
16
10
14
10
14
10
14
10
14
10
14
10
12
10

24
32
72
60
109
67
120
73
132
85
149
90
161
142
182

FLAT PART #
6SCNF16
9SCNF16
9SCNF10
12SCNF14
12SCNF10
14SCNF14
14SCNF10
16SCNF14
16SCNF10
18SCNF14
18SCNF10
20SCNF14
20SCNF10
24SCNF12
24SCNF10

WT STD
LENGTH

FLANGED
PART #
6SCF16
9SCF16
9SCF10
12SCF14
12SCF10
14SCF14
14SCF10
16SCF14
16SCF10
18SCF14
18SCF10
20SCF14
20SCF10
24SCF12
24SCF10

WT STD
LENGTH

SCREW
DIA. ()
COVER
THICK.

CONVEYOR COVERS

20
30
62
54
96
60
108
66
119
76
136
84
148
132
170

C
9

D
9 7/ 8

13 3/8

13 3/8

17

17

19

19

21

21

24

24

26

26

30

30

5
/8

5
/8

5
/8

5
/8

5
/8

5
/8
5
/8
5
/8

6
9

12

14

16

18

20

24

HIP-ROOF
PART #

WT STD
LENGTH

SEMI-FLANGED
PART #

WT STD
LENGTH

SCREW
DIA. ()
COVER
THICK.

CONVEYOR COVERS

16

6SCSF16

24

6SCH16

20

16

9SCSF16

32

9SCH16

30

10

9SCSF10

72

9SCH10

62

14

12SCSF14

60

12SCH14

54

10

12SCSF10

109

12SCH10

96

14

14SCSF14

67

14SCH14

60

10

14SCSF10

120

14SCH10

108

14

16SCSF14

73

16SCH14

66

10

16SCSF10

132

16SCH10

119

14

18SCSF14

85

18SCH14

76

10

18SCSF10

149

18SCH10

136

14

20SCSF14

90

20SCH14

84

10

20SCSF10

161

20SCH10

148

12

24SCSF12

142

24SCH12

132

10

24SCSF10

182

24SCH10

170

9 /8

13 3/8

13 3/8

17

17

19

19

21

21

24

24

26

26

30

30

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

/8

Page 83

CLAMPS
Spring clamps are manufactured from
heavy gauge steel. Clamps with brackets
are welded to flat covers and rotated to
fasten to the trough. These clamps may be
used with a variety of gasket material such
as red rubber, neoprene, or spong rubber.

SPRING CLAMP
PRODUCT

PART #

CLAMP ONLY

SCSPC

CLAMP W/ BRACKET

SCSPC-B

Screw clamps are used with flat or flanged


covers on screw conveyors up to 24.
Used on 24 centers, they provide a
secure method of fastening the covers to
the trough.

SCREW CLAMP
PRODUCT

PART #

CLAMP ONLY

SCSC

CLAMP W/ BRACKET

SCSC-B

Toggle clamps are used when quick access is


needed and secure fastening is possible
without any tools. The base of the clamp is
welded to the trough with the top moving a full
90 to provide the clamping action. These are
available in carbon or stainless steel.

TOGGLE CLAMPS

Page 84

PRODUCT

PART #

CLAMP ONLY

SCTC

CLAMP W/ BRACKET

SCTC-B

www.conveyusa.com

Toll Free: 1-877-664-2687


Phone: (308) 324-7591
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