Elevator Pulleys meet CEMA standards.
November 18, 2013 -
Available in diameters from 6–72 in. with face widths up to 120 in., Dodge® Elevator Pulleys come in drum or single disc design with HE, XT, QD, or Taper-Lock hubs and bushings. Units meet CEMA standards, but are also available with Mine Duty Extra construction for strength and durability. Four lagging options are available, offering features such as bi-directional pulley rotation, flame and oil resistance, abrasion resistance, and various grooving options.
Baldor Electric Company Introduces Complete Line of Dodge® Elevator Pulleys
Baldor Electric Company
5711 R.S. Boreham, Jr. St.
Fort Smith, AR, 72901
Press release date: November 6, 2013
Fort Smith, Ark. – Baldor Electric Company now offers a complete line of Dodge elevator pulleys, available in drum or single disc design with HE, XT, QD or Taper-Lock hubs and bushings. Heavy Duty elevator pulleys meet CEMA standards, but these pulleys are also available with Mine Duty Extra construction that features the Dodge integral hub design for ultimate strength and durability.
Baldor’s Dodge elevator pulleys are available in diameters from 6” through 72”, with face widths up to 120”. There are four lagging options available:
• Holz SLIDE -LAG®, with double chevron grooves capable of bi-directional pulley rotation, available in standard SBR rubber or optional SOF static conductive, oil and fire resistant rubber.
• Dodge FOS Vulcanized Lag is an exclusive offering that is flame and oil resistant and available with a variety of grooving options.
• SBR Vulcanized Lag is a styrene-butadiene rubber offering good abrasion resistance and available in a wide range of thicknesses and grooving options.
• Dodge D-LAG Vulcanized Lag -- an exclusive natural rubber compound that offers excellent resistance to abrasions, cuts and gouges for an extended life.
Baldor’s Dodge elevator pulleys are also available in custom sizes and configurations.
Baldor Electric Company (www.baldor.com) is a leading marketer, designer and manufacturer of energy-saving industrial electric motors, mechanical power transmission products and drives.
Baldor, a member of the ABB group, is headquartered in Fort Smith, Arkansas.