ApronSeal™ Single Skirting

Martin® ApronSeal™ Single Skirting is a dual sealing system that prevents spillage without requiring service to maintain an effective seal. The primary seal is clamped to the chute wall with the self-adjusting secondary laying outward to create an effective dust seal that is out of the material flow.

Features and Benefits:

  • Requires less free belt edge than Heavy Duty or Double Skirting.
  • Offers a dual sealing system in a one-piece construction for ease of installation.
  • EPDM 70 rubber** composite offers good chemical resistance and low-abrasion index characteristics.
  • Available in continuous lengths up to 300 feet (91 m). No splices even in long applications.
  • Applicable on 0°, 20°, 35° and 45° Troughing Angles.

Options:

  • Available in food grade thermoplastic rubber and in high temperature silicone based rubber, in lengths of 12 or 24 ft.

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!

Resources

Brochure - Transfer Point Solutions Download
Tech Data Sheet - Skirting Selection Guide Download
Tech Data Sheet - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting Download
Operator Manual - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting Download
Operator Manual - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting - Spanish Download
Operator Manual - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting - Portuguese Download
Drawing - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting with Quick Release Clamp Installation Download
Drawing - Low Profile Angle Clamp with 1-Piece ApronSeal™ Download
Drawing - Low Profile Angle Clamp with ApronSeal™ Skirting and Quick Release Clamps Download
Drawing - ApronSeal™ Single Skirting with Angle Clamp Installation Download

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