drive pulley

drive pulley

[′drīv ‚pu̇l·ē]
(mechanical engineering)
The pulley that drives a conveyor belt.
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And the company also deploys a drive system that's based on bearing cases located on each side of the drive pulley rather than the more-conventional belt-driven designs.
"It slides the belt from the lineshaft from the idler pulley to the drive pulley of the cream separator, and then reverse shuts it down," their note says.
Ajusta-Bows are available in diameters up to 71/2 with a full range of cover compounds, pedestal or flange mounts, as well as an optional drive pulley. Fixed bowed rolls are also available from NimCor.
The patent-pending design of the Arrowhead ceramic lagging is said to provide solutions to problems experienced with conveyor belt slippage around the drive pulley and severe wear problems on snub and bend pulleys.
The Expander Roll is also available with a drive pulley for low-tension applications.
The roll is available with a drive pulley for low-tension applications.
Another feature is abrasive belt oscillation via a third wheel added between the contact wheel and drive pulley.