ApronSeal™ Double Skirting

Martin® ApronSeal™ Double Skirting provides dual-seal efficiency with a single, one-piece sealing strip for any troughing angle to prevent the escape of fines and dust. ApronSeal™ Double Skirting uses a patented design that features a reversible elastomer strip to provide a second wear life. Optional quick-release clamps are available.

Features and Benefits:

  • Provides effective sealing on higher speed belt.
  • Offers dual life - dual sealing system in a one-piece construction.
  • EPDM 70 durometer rubber composite offers good and low-abrasion index characteristics.
  • Up to 300 feet (76 m). No splices required even in long applications.
  • Applicable on 0°, 20°, 35° and 45° Troughing Angles.

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