The DirtWhacker Air System amounts to a vast improvement in cost effectiveness for the industry.
The following points illustrate how:
The Primary Air system sustain even blade-to-belt pressure over the full cleaner width
When the primary belt cleaner is located inside an inaccessible structure the belt-to-blade
No skilled labour is required to operate the belt-cleaner between blade changes
The belt-to-blade pressure can be monitored from a control room
The belt top cover damage can be curtailed even further if the DirtWhacker belt cleaners are only activated via sensors as and when needed
One air bladder supports all blades on a given cleaner unit. This ensures that every blade will have equal belt-to-blade pressure, in spite of wear