Flexible skirt seal conforms to the ever-changing belt surface, creating a snug seal that eliminates spillage.
Conventional skirt seals allow material to escape through the gaps caused by belt sag.
The Flexiskirt takes the conveyor's dynamics into account, adapting to seal widening or narrowing gaps.
The weight of the conveyed material helps create a snug seal that eliminates spillage.
Flexibility of rubber provides an optimal seal to control spillage that conventional sealing systems can't handle.
Diverts fines back down into the bulk flow using an optional grooved rubber.
Works on reversing belts and positive pressure systems using a non-grooved rubber.
Designed to reduce wear on the conveyor belt and the seal.
Can be adjusted by one person and with Modulardesign and standardized parts makerepairs quicker and less expensive.
Gordon At-Last-A-Seal Conveyor Sealing System
Prevents spillage in load areas by creating a "live seal" using the pressure of the material's own weight.
When the belt is loaded, material presses down on the inside slope of the At-Last-A-Seal, and this pressure creates the seal.
Conveyor Sealing Systems: Gordon Dust Seal
Used with existing conveyor skirt rubber to create a secondary seal, providing additional protection from leakage of fine material.
Most conventional skirting systems do not seal properly because they wear faster than you can adjust them.
The Gordon Dust Seal is used in conjunction with your existing skirt rubber to form a secondary sealing area.
Available in continuous lengths so there are no joints or seams.
Lightweight and easy to install. Simply tie the rope provided at each end, and the Dust Seal is ready for action.