Use The Fenner SCIENCE for Optimum Performance

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With Fenner it' all about the SCIENCE: Select Correctly, Install Effectively, Never Compromise Efficiency. With these simple rules you can be confident that your drive selection will perform.

1. Select Correctly
A correctly selected drive will ensure the drives uses the fewest number of belts which in turn could possibly reduce the number of grooves on a pulley or pulleys required. A correctly selected drive also reduces the loading on the machine's bearings increasing the lifecycle of the machine and reducing downtime.

Optimising belt drive systems at the design stage can contribute significantly to the operating life, reliability and overall efficiency of a belt drive system. With this in mind, we have developed the Fenner On-Line Belt Selector.

2. Install Effectively
Correct installation once you have carefully selected tour belt drive components is paramount to the longevity and efficiency of your belt drive. One area that is often overlooked and deemed and unnecessary cost is pulley condition - but can you really afford not to check?

70% of new belts are fitted to worn pulleys wasting energy and compromising the efficiency and lifespan of new belts. Replacing a worn belt but leaving the worn pulley in place will do little to restore the efficiency of a drive, and the belt will have a far shorter life than it should.

Can you afford not to change your pulleys?
If the pulley grooves are worn, replace the pulley - this pays for itself very quickly by restoring optimum efficiency which is lost when the belts slip and consequently ensures your belts achieve their full lifecycle.

If in doubt the Fenner pulley groove gauge is the ideal tool to check the condition of your pulleys and should be a key tool for all maintenance engineers. Request your today from your local Authorised Distributor.

3. Never Compromise Efficiency
By including belt drives as an integral part of a planned maintenance schedule you can ensure process up-time is at an absolute maximum, prolong the life of the drive and maximise operational efficiency.

So, 1 + 2 + 3 =
  • Maximum drive performance
  • Maximum Drive Life
  • Less Stress on machine components
  • Maximum productivity and uptime
  • Lowest Total Cost of Ownership

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