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denirug® Roller Support

The denirug® heavy-duty support system

  • cuts kinetic friction

  • therefore reducing energy consumption by up to 90%

  • minimises wear and tear

  • decreases the number of drives and transfer points

  • enables reliable operation of the conveyor and makes maintenance unnecessary

  • allows faster conveying speeds

  • keeps the inclination angle in heavy-duty conveyors very low

  • is low in height

  • can be combined to make conveyor rugs of virtually any size

  • is ideal for enhancing conventional heavy-duty conveyors

  • makes efficient processes possible

  • keeps investment costs low

Heavy loads are hard to shift. But every rule has an exception. One example is denirug which allows pallets or crates to be pushed over the rollers with just one hand. In driven versions, the motor no longer has to perform at maximum capacity. As a result, energy consumption decreases considerably. To convey large-sized unit goods, even in straight sections extremely powerful drives are required. Resistance from sliding friction needs to be overcome which in turn puts substantial strain on the traction and support elements. denirug heavy-duty support system replaces sliding by rolling friction, reducing wear and tear as well as energy consumption. Several rotating rollers with no pin transfer the load to the support, which they roll off, moving the unloaded rollers over the cage. The very strong rollers and their small distance to one another make the system very robust.

Uncomplicated
denirug is modular, so that a roller rug of any length or width can be produced. The 300 mm or 500 mm roller bearings are ready to fit. As basic elements, they are simply placed behind and/or beside one another on a level base and fixed in the required position. They are easy to integrate into existing conveyors.

Fully tested
The results of a trial at the Technical University of Chemnitz in Germany are irrefutable. denirug reduces the friction coefficient μ by around 90%. Numerous long-term trials have also indicated that, depending on the application, up to 90% of the energy required for power transmission can be saved and the wear and tear on the traction element reduced accordingly.

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