• Super-slick, self-lubricating liner prevents freezedown
  • Prevents moisture from penetrating surface — reduces chain stretching — increases chain life.
  • Lowers energy consumption by up to 30%
  • Makes old conveyors better than new — extends life of new conveyors

Caution: Existing conveyor must be structurally sound to provide adequate underlying support for liner


Nonstock Lengths: Add $17 net per cut

  1. Read General Installation Tips
  2. Cut pan liner to length of pan, less 1/16" per foot (up to 2" max), to allow for expansion.
  3. Notch liner for idler and drive sprockets.
  4. Drill liner and pan on intake end only, per above drawing.
  5. Fasten liner to pan (at intake end only), using 4-countersinking, flathead bolts and locknuts. See Conveyor-Liner Fastener Kit"
  6. Bevel front-edge of liner back 3/4", using a hand grinder or file, so flights don't catch on liner.
  7. Bend (hammer) down intake end of pan as required, to allow flight clearance for additional height of liner.

Important: Check entire length of elevator for adequate side clearance between liner and both sidewalls (1/16" on each side up to 13" wide, 1/8" on each side if over 13" wide). Grind or block-plane if needed, so liner can expand lengthwise without binding and humping.