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New, diamond pattern, rubber pulley lagging

Product Manager David Pandel with Brain's new diamond pattern rubber backed pulley lagging

The smart people at Brain Industries have introduced a, new look, diamond pattern option on its rubber pulley lagging.

What is pulley lagging and what benefits does it bring?

Pulley lagging extends the life of your pulley. It is a coating, cover or wearing surface applied to the shells of both drive pulleys and non-drive pulleys to protect against abrasion. Lagging also improves the friction between the belt and the pulley.

Why the new design?

Brain Industries’ Product manager David Pandel says the new diamond pattern has been introduced after customer feedback. David said Brain customises its lagging products in several ways. As well as different patterns, Brain can also embed your company logo.

“This is another example of how Brain Industries gives its customers the solutions they need and ask for.”

What types of pulley lagging are available from Brain Industries?

Brain has four types of lagging in sizes to suit your needs.

  • Polyurethane Rubber Backing
  • Ceramic Rubber Backing
  • Hot Cast Polyurethane
  • Natural Rubber Backing

Choose your colour and you can even include your logo! Hot vulcanising is also available.

natural rubber
rubber backed ceramic
polyurethane rubber backed
hot cast polyurethane

The Brain difference?

Correct design and installation of lagging is critical otherwise it can create more damage to pulleys. When using rubber backed lagging the bond between the rubber and other substance (eg ceramic) is critical. Brain’s bonding strength is above industry standard.

Brain Industries has 35 years experience in locally manufacturing lagging for Australian conveyor conditions. We can make your lagging to order and offer fast turn-around.

More information?

To find out more about any of our pulley lagging solutions click here, read our brochure, or contact our expert team today.

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