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KR101207766B1
KR101207766B1 KR1020100125647A KR20100125647A KR101207766B1 KR 101207766 B1 KR101207766 B1 KR 101207766B1 KR 1020100125647 A KR1020100125647 A KR 1020100125647A KR 20100125647 A KR20100125647 A KR 20100125647A KR 101207766 B1 KR101207766 B1 KR 101207766B1
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The present invention discloses a conveyor apparatus that prevents the conveying belt from being knitted or meandered even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted, and prevents the drop of the conveyed material conveyed by the conveying belt.
Conveyor device according to an embodiment of the present invention the device body 200 is configured to move the conveying belt (C); And a belt guide part 300 connected to the apparatus main body 200 and configured to guide the side of the transfer belt C such that the transfer belt C is not knitted or meandered. It includes, The belt guide portion 300 includes a side guide roller 310 for guiding the side of the conveying belt (C), The side guide roller 310 is conveyed by the conveying belt (C) A belt connection portion 312 may be formed to which the drop preventing belt 313 is connected to prevent the water M from falling.
By the above configuration, the present invention can prevent the knitting or meandering of the conveying belt even when the conveying material is overloaded or knitted. Falling can be prevented, and even if a long time elapses, knitting and / or meandering of the conveying belt can be prevented, and thus falling of the conveyed material from the conveying belt can be prevented, and during conveying by the conveying belt, The fall of the conveyed material can be prevented, the workload of processing the dropped conveyed material can be reduced, and environmental pollution by the falling of the conveyed material can be prevented.

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Conveyor Device {CONVEYOR}
The present invention prevents the conveying belt from knitting (moving to the left or right of the traveling direction) or meandering (beveling) even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted. It relates to a conveyor apparatus that can prevent the falling of the conveyed material transported by.
The conveyor device is a device for transferring a conveyed material such as coke or ore from the place where the conveyed material is placed to the place where the conveyed material is to be used.
Such a conveyor apparatus generally includes a conveyance belt for crawling motion. In addition, the conveyor device includes a guide roller for guiding the upper and lower parts of the conveying belt in order to guide the endless movement of the conveying belt.
On the other hand, the conveyed material is placed on the conveying belt through a chute or the like and conveyed. As such, when the conveyed object is placed on the conveying belt by a chute or the like, the conveyed material may be overloaded or stacked. In addition, there is a problem that the transfer belt is knitted or meandered by the overload or knitting of the conveyed material. In addition, when the conveying belt is knitted or meandered as described above, there is a problem that the conveyed object falls from the conveying belt.
In order to prevent the knitting belt and meandering of the conveying belt, a conventional conveyor apparatus includes a detecting roller which detects the knitting belt and the meandering of the conveying belt, and is connected to the detecting roller and detects the knitting belt or the meandering of the conveying belt by the detecting roller. The self-aligning roller was connected to a roller stand that could move back and forth to correct the knitting and meandering.
However, such a conventional conveyor apparatus has a problem that the conveying belt is vibrated when the conveying belt is prevented from knitting or preventing meandering, so that the conveyed object falls from the conveying belt. In addition, when used for a long time, there is a problem that the dust generated in the conveyed material is stuck to the self-aligning roller stand bearing part and the function is lost.
Therefore, since long-term use cannot correct the knitting and meandering of the conveying belt, there is a problem in that the conveying material falls from the conveying belt due to the knitting and meandering of the conveying belt, and thus, the conveyed product which has been dropped thus needs to be processed. Accordingly, there is a problem that the workload for processing the dropped conveyed object is large, and the environment may be contaminated by the dropped conveyed object.
The present invention is made by recognizing at least one of the needs or problems arising from the above conventional problems.
One object of the present invention is to prevent the knitting or meandering of the conveying belt even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted.
Another object of the present invention is to prevent the conveyed material from falling from the conveying belt by the vibration of the conveying belt when knitting or preventing meandering of the conveying belt.
Still another object of the present invention is to prevent knitting or meandering of the conveying belt even after a long time passes.
Still another object of the present invention is to prevent the drop of the conveyed material by knitting or meandering of the conveying belt.
Another object of the present invention is to prevent the falling of the conveyed material from the conveying belt during conveying by the conveying belt.
It is yet another object of the present invention to reduce the workload for handling dropped feeds.
Another object of the present invention is to be able to prevent the environmental pollution by falling of the conveyed material.
A conveyor apparatus according to one embodiment for realizing at least one of the above problems may include the following features.
The present invention is basically based on guiding the side of the conveying belt so that the conveying belt is not knitted or meandered even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted.
Conveyor device according to an embodiment of the present invention the device body configured to move the conveying belt; And a belt guide part connected to the apparatus body and configured to guide the side of the conveying belt so that the conveying belt is not knitted or meandered. It includes, the belt guide portion includes a side guide roller for guiding the side of the conveying belt, the side guide roller is formed with a belt connection portion is connected to the fall prevention belt to prevent the conveyed material is transported by the conveying belt Can be.
In this case, the side guide roller may be formed in contact with the side of the conveying belt side guide portion for guiding the side of the conveying belt.
In addition, the side guide roller may be further formed with a belt connecting portion is connected to the drop prevention belt to prevent the conveyed material is transported by the conveying belt.
And, the belt guide portion is connected to the device body, the first support member configured to be adjustable in length; A second support member hinged to the first support member and configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member; And a roller mounting member connected to the second support member and rotatably connected to the side guide roller. As shown in FIG.
In addition, the belt guide portion cushioning member provided between the second support member and the roller mounting member; As shown in FIG.
And, the fall prevention unit is connected to the device body and configured to prevent the falling of the conveyed material conveyed by a conveying belt; As shown in FIG.
In addition, the fall prevention portion may be located after the belt guide portion in the traveling direction of the conveyance belt.
And, the fall prevention portion is one side of the fall prevention plate in contact with the side of the conveyance belt; . ≪ / RTI >
In addition, the fall prevention portion is connected to the device body and the first support member configured to be adjustable in length; A second support member pivotally connected to the first support member and configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member; And a paperboard member connected to the second support member and to which the other side of the drop preventing plate is connected. As shown in FIG.
As described above, according to the embodiment of the present invention, even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted, it is possible to prevent knitting or meandering of the conveying belt.
In addition, according to an embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to prevent the conveyed object from falling from the conveying belt by the vibration of the conveying belt when the knitting belt or the meandering prevention of the conveying belt.
In addition, according to an embodiment of the present invention, even if a long time passes, it is possible to prevent knitting or meandering of the conveying belt.
In addition, according to the embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to prevent the falling of the conveyed material by knitting or meandering of the conveying belt.
Further, according to the embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to prevent the falling of the conveyed material from the conveyance belt during the conveyance by the conveyance belt.
And also, according to the embodiment of the present invention, the workload of processing the dropped conveyed material can be reduced.
In addition, according to the embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to prevent the environmental pollution by falling of the conveyed material.
1 is a plan view showing an embodiment of a conveyor apparatus according to the present invention.
2 is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A 'in Fig.
3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB ′ of FIG. 2.
In order to help the understanding of the features of the present invention as described above, it will be described in more detail with respect to the conveyor apparatus according to the embodiment of the present invention.
Hereinafter, the described embodiments will be described on the basis of the most suitable embodiments for understanding the technical features of the present invention, and the technical features of the present invention are not limited by the described embodiments. It is to be exemplified that the present invention can be implemented as in the following embodiments. Accordingly, the present invention may be modified in various ways within the technical scope of the present invention through the embodiments described below, and such modified embodiments fall within the technical scope of the present invention. And, in order to help the understanding of the embodiments described below, in the reference numerals described in the accompanying drawings, among the components that will have the same function in each embodiment, the related components are denoted by the same or extension numbers.
Embodiments related to the present invention are basically based on guiding the side of the conveying belt so that the conveying belt is not knitted or meandered even when the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted.
As shown in FIG. 1, the conveyor apparatus 100 according to the present invention may include a device body 200 and a belt guide part 300.
Device body 200 may be configured to move the conveying belt (C). To this end, the apparatus main body 200 uses the apparatus frame 211, the lower center guide roller 212, the lower side guide roller 213 and the return roller 214 as shown in the embodiment shown in Figs. It may include.
The device frame 211 may be installed between a place where the conveyed material M is placed and a place where the conveyed material M is to be used. Then, the lower center guide roller 212 is the lower portion of the conveyance belt (C) to move to the place where the conveyed material (M) is to be used in the place where the conveyed material (M) is placed as shown in Figures 2 and 3 It may be rotatably connected to the device frame 211 to guide the center.
2 and 3, the lower side guide roller 213 has a lower portion of the conveyance belt C that moves from the place where the conveyed material M is placed to the place where the conveyed material M is to be used. It may be rotatably connected to the device frame 211 to guide the side. The lower side guide roller 213 may be rotatably connected to the apparatus frame 211 so as to be positioned at both sides of the lower center guide roller 212 as shown in the illustrated embodiment.
The return roller 214 is a device for guiding the lower part of the conveyance belt C from the place where the conveyed material M is to be used to return to the place where the conveyed material M is loaded as in the embodiment shown in Figs. It may be rotatably connected to the frame 211. The lower center guide roller 212, the lower side guide roller 213, and the return roller 214 may be provided in plural in the apparatus frame 211.
Accordingly, the conveyance belt C may perform a circular orbital movement between the place where the conveyed object M is placed and the place where the conveyed object M is to be used. Therefore, the conveyed object M can be conveyed to the conveyance belt C by a chute or the like at the place where the conveyed object M is placed so that the conveyed object M can be conveyed to the place to be used. In addition, the conveyed material M transferred to the place where the conveyed object M is to be used by the conveying belt C may be put down at the place where the conveyed object M is to be used. Then, the transfer belt (C) can be moved to the place where the transfer (M) is stacked.
The belt guide part 300 may be provided side by side on each side of the transfer belt (C) so as to guide both sides of the transfer belt (C) as shown in the embodiment shown in Figures 1 and 2.
In addition, as shown in the embodiment shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2, the belt guide portion 300 may include a side guide roller 310. The side portion of the conveying belt (C) may be guided by the side guide roller 310. Accordingly, even when the conveying material M is overloaded or knitted on the conveying belt C, the side of the conveying belt C may be guided so that the conveying belt C is not knitted or meandered. For example, a piece of the conveyance belt C in a portion where the conveyed substance M is often overloaded or stacked, such as a portion in which the conveyed substance M is placed on the conveying belt C by a chute (not shown). You can prevent skies and meandering. In addition, it is possible to prevent the falling of the conveyed material by the knitting or meandering of the conveying belt. Therefore, since dust or the like due to the drop of the conveyed material M may not be fixed, knitting or meandering of the conveying belt C can be prevented even after a long time passes.
To this end, the side guide roller 310 may be formed side guide portion 311 as shown in the embodiment shown in FIG. As shown in the illustrated embodiment, the side of the conveying belt C may be partially inserted into the side guide part 311 of the side guide roller 310. Therefore, when the conveying belt (C) is moved, the side guide roller 310 is rotated accordingly to guide the side of the conveying belt (C).
On the other hand, the side guide portion 311 may be provided with an auxiliary guide member 311a as shown in the embodiment shown in FIG. As the auxiliary guide member 311a is provided in the side guide part 311, the guide of the side of the conveyance belt C by the side guide part 311 of the side guide roller 310 may be easily formed. The auxiliary guide member 311a may be made of urethane. However, the material of the auxiliary guide member 311a is not limited to urethane, and any material can be used as long as it can easily guide the side of the conveyance belt C.
As shown in FIG. 2, the belt guide part 312 may be further formed on the side guide roller 310. The belt connection part 312 may be connected to the fall prevention belt 313 as shown in the embodiment shown in Figures 1 and 2. The anti-dropping belt 313 is a belt connection portion 312 of the two side guide rollers 310 provided in one side of the conveying belt (C) before and after the traveling direction of the conveying belt (C) as shown in FIG. Can be connected to. Therefore, as described above, when the transport belt C is moved, the side guide roller 310 is rotated by the side guide part 311 of the side guide roller 310. Then, by the rotation of the side guide roller 310, the fall prevention belt 313 connected to the belt connection portion 312 of the side guide roller 310 can be infinitely moved between the two side guide roller 310. have. And, by the endless orbital movement of the fall prevention belt 313, even if the vibration is generated in the conveying belt (C) it can be prevented that the conveying material (M) falls from the conveying belt (C).
On the other hand, the material of the fall prevention belt 313 may be rubber. However, the material of the anti-drop belt 313 is not limited to rubber, and the side portion is connected to the belt connection portion 312 of the guide roller 310 to perform the endless track movement by the vibration of the belt C. Any material may be used as long as it can prevent falling from the conveyance belt C.
The belt guide part 300 may further include a first support member 320, a second support member 330, and a roller mounting member 340 as shown in FIG. 2.
As shown in FIG. 2, the first support member 320 may be connected to the apparatus main body 200. In addition, the first support member 320 may be configured to be adjustable in length. For example, as shown in the illustrated embodiment, the first support member 320 includes a fixed member 321 connected to the apparatus main body 200, a movable member 322 movably connected to the fixed member 321, and a movable member. It may include a moving means 323 to move the 322. The moving means 323 may include a link member 323a connected to the fixed member 321 and the movable member 322 and an adjustment member 323b connected to the link member 323a as shown in the illustrated embodiment. . However, the moving means 323 is not limited to the illustrated embodiment, and any configuration may be known as long as it can move the moving member 322.
The second support member 330 may be hinged to the first support member 320 as shown in FIG. 2. That is, the second support member 330 may be hinged to the moving member 322 of the first support member 320 as shown in the illustrated embodiment. The second support member 330 may be configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 320. For example, fixing pins (not shown) in the hinge connection portion of the second support member 330 and the first support member 320, that is, the movable member 322 of the first support member 320, as shown in the illustrated embodiment. The second support member 330 may be configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 320, that is, the moving member 322 of the first support member 320 in the illustrated embodiment. . However, the configuration in which the second support member 330 is hinged to the first support member 320 and the configuration to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 320 are not limited to the illustrated embodiment, but such a function Any configuration known to the art is possible.
As shown in FIG. 2, the roller mounting member 340 may be connected to the second support member 330. As shown in the illustrated embodiment, the roller mounting member 340 may be connected to the second support member 330 by a screw rod or the like. In addition, the aforementioned side guide roller 310 may be rotatably connected to the roller mounting member 340. To this end, the roller mounting member 340 may be provided with a bearing 341 as shown in the illustrated embodiment.
On the other hand, the belt guide portion 300 may further include a buffer member 350 provided between the second support member 330 and the roller mounting member 340 as shown in the embodiment shown in FIG. Accordingly, the force acting on the side guide roller 310 by the side of the conveying belt (C) can be buffered by the buffer member (350). The buffer member 350 may be a coil spring as shown in the illustrated embodiment. However, the shock absorbing member 350 is not limited thereto, and any known material can be used as long as the force acting on the side guide roller 310 can be buffered by the side of the conveyance belt C.
The conveyor apparatus 100 according to the present invention may further include a drop preventing unit 400. By the fall prevention unit 400, it is possible to prevent the conveyed object (M) to be transferred by the conveying belt (C). Therefore, the fall of the conveyed object M from the conveyance belt C during the conveyance of the conveyance belt C can be prevented.
The drop preventing unit 400 may be located after the belt guide unit 300 described above as shown in FIG. 1. Accordingly, the fall of the conveyed material M which is not prevented by the fall prevention belt 313 of the belt guide part 300 can be prevented.
As illustrated in FIGS. 1 and 3, the drop preventing unit 400 may include a drop preventing plate 410. One side of the fall prevention plate 410 may be in contact with the side of the conveyance belt (C). Accordingly, it is possible to prevent the falling of the conveying article M from the conveying belt C during the conveying by the conveying belt C, even if the conveying article M is overloaded or stacked on the conveying belt C.
Meanwhile, the drop preventing unit 400 may further include a first support member 420, a second support member 430, and a cardboard member 440 as shown in FIG. 3.
As shown in FIG. 3, the first support member 420 may be connected to the apparatus main body 200. In addition, the first support member 420 may be configured to enable length adjustment. For example, as shown in the illustrated embodiment, the first support member 420 includes a fixed member 421 connected to the apparatus main body 200, a movable member 422 movably connected to the fixed member 421, and a movable member. It may include a moving means 423 to move the (422). The moving means 423 may include a link member 423a connected to the fixing member 421 and the moving member 422 and an adjustment member 423b connected to the link member 423a as shown in the illustrated embodiment. . However, the moving means 423 is not limited to the illustrated embodiment, and any configuration may be known as long as it can move the moving member 422.
The second support member 430 may be hinged to the first support member 420 as shown in FIG. 3. That is, the second support member 430 may be hinged to the moving member 422 of the first support member 420 as shown in the illustrated embodiment. The second support member 430 may be configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 420. For example, as shown in the illustrated embodiment, a stopper 422a may be formed on the first support member 420, that is, the movable member 422 of the first support member 420. Accordingly, the second support member 430 may maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 420, that is, the moving member 422 of the first support member 420. However, the configuration in which the second support member 330 is hinged to the first support member 320 and the configuration to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 320 are not limited to the illustrated embodiment, but such a function Any configuration known to the art is possible.
As illustrated in FIG. 3, the cardboard member 440 may be connected to the second support member 430. In addition, the cardboard member 440 may be connected to the other side of the aforementioned drop preventing plate 410. For example, as shown in the illustrated embodiment, the other side of the drop preventing plate 410 may be connected to the cardboard member 440 by a bolt or the like.
By using the conveyor device according to the present invention as described above, even if the conveyed material is overloaded or knitted, it is possible to prevent the knitting or meandering of the conveying belt, the conveyed material by the vibration of the conveying belt when the conveying belt is prevented from knitting or meandering Falling from this conveyance belt can be prevented, and even if a long time passes, the knitting belt or meandering of a conveying belt can be prevented, and the fall of a conveyed material by the knitting or meandering of a conveying belt can be prevented.
In addition, according to the embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to prevent the falling of the conveyed material from the conveying belt during the conveying by the conveying belt, the workload of processing the dropped conveyed material can be reduced, Environmental pollution can be prevented.
The above-described conveyor apparatus is not limited to the configuration of the above-described embodiment, but the embodiments may be configured by selectively combining all or some of the embodiments so that various modifications can be made.
100: conveyor device 200: device body
211: device frame 212: lower center guide roller
213: lower side guide roller 214: return roller
300: belt guide portion 310: side guide roller
311: side guide part 311a: auxiliary guide member
312: Belt connection 313: Drop prevention belt
320, 420: first support member 321, 421: fixing member
322, 422: moving member 323 423: moving means
323a, 423a: link member 323b, 423b: adjustment member
330, 430: second support member 340: roller mounting member
341: bearing 350: buffer member
400: fall prevention part 410: fall prevention plate
422a: stopper 440: cardboard member
C: conveying belt M: conveyed material

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  1. Apparatus body 200 configured to move the conveying belt (C); And
    A belt guide portion 300 connected to the apparatus main body 200 and configured to guide the side of the transfer belt C such that the transfer belt C is not knitted or meandered; Including,
    The belt guide part 300 includes a side guide roller 310 for guiding the side of the conveying belt (C),
    The side guide roller 310 is a conveyor device, characterized in that the belt connection portion 312 is connected to the drop preventing belt 313 is connected to prevent the conveying material (M) transported by the conveying belt (C) is formed. .
  2. The conveyor apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the side guide rollers (310) contact side portions of the transfer belt (C) and have side guide portions (311) for guiding the side portions of the transfer belt (C).
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  4. The method of claim 1, wherein the belt guide portion 300
    A first support member 320 connected to the apparatus main body 200 and configured to be adjustable in length;
    A second support member 330 hinged to the first support member 320 and configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 320; And
    A roller mounting member 340 connected to the second support member 330 and rotatably connected to the side guide roller 310;
    Conveyor device characterized in that it further comprises.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein the belt guide portion 300 is a buffer member 350 provided between the second support member 330 and the roller mounting member 340; Conveyor device characterized in that it further comprises.
  6. According to claim 1, Fall prevention unit 400 is connected to the device main body 200 and configured to prevent the transport (M) to be transported by the transfer belt (C); Conveyor device comprising more.
  7. The conveyor apparatus according to claim 6, wherein the drop preventing part (400) is positioned next to the belt guide part (300) in the advancing direction of the conveying belt (C).
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein the drop preventing unit 400 is one side of the drop preventing plate 410 in contact with the side of the transfer belt (C); Conveyor device comprising a.
  9. The method of claim 8, wherein the drop prevention unit 400
    A first support member 420 connected to the apparatus main body 200 and configured to be adjustable in length;
    A second support member 430 pivotally connected to the first support member 420 and configured to maintain a predetermined angle with the first support member 420; And
    A cardboard member 440 connected to the second support member 430 and connected to the other side of the drop preventing plate 410;
    Conveyor device characterized in that it further comprises.
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