ApronSeal™ Single Skirting XHD

Martin® ApronSeal™ Single Skirting XHD 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:

  • Provides effective sealing on higher speed belts
  • Offers a dual sealing system in a one-piece construction for ease of installation
  • EPDM 60 rubber composite offers good chemical resistance and low-abrasion index characteristics
  • Available in continuous lengths up to 200 feet (61 m); No splices even in long applications
  • Applicable on 0°, 20°, 35° and 45° troughing angles

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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Apron Seal Provides Significant Reduction in Dust and Spillage at Cement Plant
Apron Seal HD was installed by Martin technicians, and after 7 months of operation, the customer reports a significant reduction in dust and spillage, with a corresponding reduction in the manpower needed for cleanup. The work environment has been improved, and maintenance personnel have been reassigned to more productive tasks.
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Martin® Total Transfer Point Solution Reduces Dust and Spillage
A silver and lead mine in Northern Mexico was experiencing excessive downtime on a main conveyor transporting raw ore. Spillage and dust emissions were pervasive in the loading and discharge zones, while access for maintenance and cleanup was difficult and unsafe.
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Martin® Service Techs Replace Worn Out Chutes And Skirtboard Liners
Over time, operators began to notice increased dust and spillage around transfer points on four of its 42-inch conveyors. The problem was traced to worn chutes and skirtboard liners. A worn-out skirtboard liner plate was found to be exacerbating the problem. Rather than patching the existing chutes and liners, JEC want to see if they could find a better design solution.
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