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Tensioning roller sub-assembly 12090000

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Tensioning roller sub-assembly

Tensioning roller sub-assembly

The tensioning roller sub-assembly of the belt sander tensioning roller is an essential component

which holds and tensions the sanding belt around the tensioning roller.

Its main role is as follows:

1. Holding the sanding belt: The tensioning roller, as part of the sanding belt tensioning system, holds the belt firmly in place and ensures that it remains taut during operation of the belt sander. This ensures efficient and even sanding.

Potential wear points on the tensioning roller sub-assembly may include:

1. Contact surface wear: The surface of the tension roller that comes into contact with the sanding belt can wear over time due to constant friction. This can cause uneven sanding or marks on the workpiece being sanded.

2. Structural damage: If the tensioning roller is subjected to excessive stress or impact, it may suffer structural damage such as cracks, deformation or breakage. This may compromise its operation.

3. Bearing wear : If the tensioning roller uses bearings to rotate, these may wear over time and cause the roller to operate less smoothly.

It is necessary to change the tension roller sub-assembly part of the belt sander tension roller if you observe any of the following signs:

1. Poor sanding belt tension: If the tension roller is no longer able to maintain a constant tension on the sanding belt, this can lead to uneven and inefficient sanding.

2. Excessive wear on the contact surface: If the surface of the tensioning roller has notches, deep grooves or significant irregularities, it is time to replace it to avoid damaging the sanding belt or obtaining poor sanding results.

3. Visible damage: If the tension roller is broken, cracked or shows obvious signs of damage, it must be replaced to ensure safe and efficient operation of the belt sander.

4. Excessive Friction or Unusual Noises: If the idler makes unusual noises or exhibits excessive friction when turning, this may indicate problems with the bearings or other internal components, requiring replacement.

As with all parts of a belt sander, it is recommended that you follow the Repex Floor manufacturer's instructions for replacing the idler sub-assembly specific to your belt sander model. Regular replacement of worn parts will help maintain the performance of your belt sander at an optimum level.


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