DT2S Reversing Cleaner

Martin® DT2S Reversing Secondary Cleaner fits in narrow spaces. Slide-in/slide-out blade assembly allows quick belt cleaner service, minimizing downtime.

Features and Benefits:

  • Slide-in/slide-out belt cleaner blade cartridge allows quick and easy blade service that minimizes conveyor downtime. Even when the cleaner is encrusted with material, one-half of the split frame can be removed to allow blade change
  • Effective belt cleaning reduces plant cleanup chores and prolongs life of conveying equipment
  • Can be installed on conveyors that roll back or run in two directions with proper blade selection
  • Lean profile minimizes space requirements, allows installation in spaces as narrow as seven inches (178 mm)


  • Suited for medium to heavy-duty applications, on belts from 24 to 96 inches (~500 to 2400 mm) operating at speeds up to 900 fpm (3.5 m/sec)


  • Martin Engineering’s color-coded high performance urethanes available to suit application
  • Available with tungsten carbide reversing blade, stainless steel reversing blade, INLINE tungsten carbide blade and urethane reversing  blade
  • Martin® Air Tensioner or Spring Tensioner available

Our technicians and engineers are available to provide expert advice and assistance on this product and all of your bulk material handling questions and problems. Please contact us today and let us help!

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Product Specifications

Belt Width Up to 120 in (up to 3048 mm)
Belt Speed 900 fpm (up to 4.6 m/s)
Temperature Between -30 degrees F and 300 degrees F
Corrosive Conditions Yes
Underground Applications: Yes
Compatible with Reversing Belts or Roll Back Yes
Accommodates Mechanical Splices Yes


Brochure - Belt Cleaners Download
Tech Data Sheet - DT2S Reversing Cleaner Download
Tech Data Sheet - Mounts & Brackets Download
Operator Manual - DT2S Reversing Cleaner Download
Drawing - DT2S Reversing Cleaner with Reversing Blades and Air Tensioner Download
Drawing - DT2S Reversing Cleaner with Reversing Blades and Reversing Spring Tensioner Download
Drawing - DT2S Reversing Cleaner with Reversing Blades and Inline/Reversing Spring Tensioners Download
Drawing - DT2S Reversing Cleaner Retrofit with Air Tensioner Download
Replacement Parts - DT2S Reversing Cleaner Download

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