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Prime Equipment Group, Inc. | 2000 E. Fulton Street | Columbus, OH 43205 U.S.A. | Tel: 614.253.8590 | Fax: 614.253.6966 | www.PrimeEquipmentGroup.com


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Prime Equipment Group, Inc. is a USA-based manufacturer of poultry processing equipment that has maintained the trust of the industry for more than two decades by supplying innovation, reliable and hard-working solutions for nearly ever point on the modern processing line. Prime is known in the industry for efficiency improvements and simple equipment options. In 1993, the Gasbarro family used their combined 65 years or experience of owning and operating poultry plants and processing businesses to found Prime Equipment Group, a privately held company. Prime Equipment Group designs and builds stand-alone machines, as well as customized equipment systems and equipment from brand partners for processing plants all over the world. Our team members also offer engineering assistance, hands-on field support and a quality selection of spare and replacement parts for multiple industries in over 15 countries. After acquiring Diversified Machine Products (DMP) in the summer of 2010, we’ve now made an additional manufacturing facility and sales office in Gainesville, Georgia.

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No one knows your process better than you, and we use your valuable feedback as fuel for our product development fire. This cooperation plays a huge part in our ability to design safe and durable systems that improve your profitability. Being such an integral part of the dynamic food processing industry, our development team constantly researches new and innovative ways to reduce labor, increase processing yields and improve product quality.

Geno with Colonel Sanders

GENO GASBARRO

Founder

Geno Gasbarro as Born in Castel Di Sangro, Italy 1931 and immigrated to the USA in 1939 with his family. He started working at his father’s business (Washington Poultry) in Columbus, OH in 1944. Geno and two brothers took over the business in the mid 1950’s when Geno began making equipment to improve efficiencies inside their factory. When Washington Poultry began supplying KFC, Geno became friends with Colonel Sanders and began a separate company for equipment development and manufacturing for KFC.” He Incorporated Prime Equipment Group in 1992 along with his son and Current CEO Mike Gasbarro.

Our development and engineering teams follow a fairly simple process: IDEA — RESEARCH — CONCEPT PROTOTYPE — ENGINEERING — DESIGN II


Table of Contents

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For Parts or Part numbers not listed in this catalog please refer to Section 11.1 or Call 614.253.8590

Section 1

Overhead Chain and Attachments

Page * Chain Lifecycle and Info .……………………......……………………..………………………………….…....….1-0 * Chain Selections and Attachment …………………....….…………..………………………….…….…...…1-1 * 348 Trolley Wheels

…………………………..…………………….……………………………………..…………1-2

* 348 Pendants and Attachments

.………………………..……………………………….….…...…1-3

* Chains Without Trolleys ….……………………...….…………..…………...………………………….………….1-4 * 348 Trolley Halves ……………………………..…………..…………...………………………………….…………..1-5 * T-Rail Complete Chain Assemblies .………………..….…………..…………………………..………...….1-6 * T-Rail Chain and Parts .………………………..….…………..…………...………………………….……………...1-7 * Pipe Track Complete Chain Assemblies

.……………….……………………………..…………..….1-8

* Pipe Track Chain and Parts …….…………………..…………..…………...…………………….……………....1-9

Section 2

Overhead Shackles

* Shackle Types and Info .…..…………………...…………………………………………………………....…..…..2-0 * Picking Shackle Selection….……….……………...……………………………….………………...…….…….....2-1 * Evisceration Shackle Selection

……….………..……….………………….………………...…….….….....2-2

* Cut-Up and Sizing Line (Combination) Shackle Selection * Shackle Ties and Bushings

….…………...…….…..…....2-3

..……………………..….……………………….………………...…….…..…....2-4

* Shackle Spares and Accessories ..………………...………………………….………………...…….….…....2-5

Section 3

Overhead Track

* Track Types and Info………….………………………..…………………………………………………….…………..3-0 * Straight Track Selection ………………………...…………………..………..………….…………….……….…..3-1 * Elevated Track Selection ………………………..……………………………………………...……….….…….....3-2 * I-Beam Elevations

.……………………………………………………….…………………….……..….….…..…....3-3

* T-Rail Elevations ……………………………..……………………………….………………….……..………….…....3-4 * Pipe Track Elevations

Section 4

……………………….……………………………………………….…..……….…..….....3-5

Overhead Idler Turns

* Turn Types and Info

…………………………..……..…………………………………………….….…..………….4-0

* Turn Corner Assembly ………………………………………………………………………….…..…………………..4-1 * I-Beam Turn Selection (5 Bolt)

……………...…………………………………….…………...….….......4-2

* I-Beam Turn Selection (6 Bolt)

……………...………………………….………….…………...….….......4-3

* T-Rail Turn Selection

…………...………...…….……………………………….……….….……....……….......4-4

* Pipe Track Turn Selection ..……………………..…………………………………..………..…………...…….…4-5

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Section 5

Overhead Take-Ups

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Page * Take-Up Types and Info

…………………..……………..………………….....…………………………….5-0

* Manual Take-Up Selection

……………………....………...……………………………..…..…………………5-1

* Automatic (Spring Loaded) Take-Up Selection * Automatic (Air) Take-Up Selection

Section 6

……….…..……………..………………………5-2

……………....……………………………………………………...5-3

Overhead Drives

* Drive Types and Info . …………………………..………………………….……..………………………….……...…6-0 * Drive Assembly Options * Drives

………………………….….………………………………………………………..…….6-1

……………………………………..…………...………………………………………………………………………....6-2

* Drive Frames ……………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………....6-3 * Drive Inverters …………………………………..……………………………………………………………………………6-4

Section 7

Drive Sprockets

* Sprocket Types and Info .………………………..…………………………...…………………………….………..7-0 * 348 Drive Sprockets ……………………………....……….……………………………………………………….…….7-1 * Drive Sprockets (Log Chain) ……………………...………………………………………………………..……..7-2

Section 8

Overhead Wheels

* Wheel Types and Info

………………………….….……………………….……………………………………….8-0

* Smooth Idler Selection

.……………………....……………..………………………………………….…...........8-1

* Gap Wheels …………………………………...………………………………………………………………….…………...8-2

Section 9

Overhead Sanitation and Miscellaneous Parts

* Sanitation and Miscellaneous Parts and Info ……………..…………………………………….…..……9-0 * Washers ..…………………………………..…………………………..…………………………………………………...…...9-1 * Brushes .…………………………………….…………………………...…………………………………………....………..….9-2 * Hubs and Misc.

Section 10

.……………………………....……………………………...…………………………….…..…….…...9-3

Preventive Maintenance & Trouble Shooting

* Trouble Shooting

...…………………………......…………………………………………………………………...….10-0

* Maintenance Log and Check List * Warranty

Section 11

.…………………………………………………………………………....10-1

. ………………………………...…………………….…………………………………………………….…......10-2

How to place an order for Overhead Components

* Typical Example of an Overhead Line * Overhead Quote Request Form * Order Information

Section 12

…………………….….……………………………………………………..11-1

…………………………….……….……………………………………………………………..11-3

Contact Us

* Contact Info

IV

…………………………….…………………………………..11-0

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Overhead Chain and Attachments To maintain your conveyor system in good operating condition, proper lubrication and periodic inspection of all machinery and conveyor components is essential. A constant check must be kept on the entire system for broken, bent or missing parts. The system will not run properly with missing or defective components. The following are recommended maintenance procedures that if followed systematically, in addition to periodic inspections, will greatly contribute to the efficiency and operational life of the system.

There are many factors which determine the life of the chain, here are the most important:               

General condition of I-Beam track (new or worn out with grooves and rusty)? Are all weld seams on the track ground down to provide an even surface? Is it the correct I-Beam (3”, 4” or 6”) which has a slight angle being used? The wheel is specially shaped for this I-Beam. Elevations put the most stress on the chain and wheels. The steeper and shorter the rise or drop the greater the stress which can lead to excessive chain wear, especially on the chain bolts. How many turns are in the line and of what diameter? The smaller the diameter of the turn the greater the stress to the chain. In what shape are the turn wheels? If they have grooves caused by the side plates of the chain they need to be replaced. Are the turn bearings in good shape and turn easy? They have grease fittings and need to be re-greased on a regular basis. Check drive sprockets for worn teeth. Are there enough drives and is the load evenly distributed to the drives, are the drives in sync? What is the chain pull, how tight is the chain run? A tight chain wears faster. Run the chain as loose as possible but avoid slack which could lead to jerking / shock loading. The speed of the conveyor is not a linear function in terms of wear, meaning higher speed wears the chain exponentially quicker. If take-ups are used are they manual or automatic? If automatic, do they have enough play? Are the take-ups at the right place? Poorly placed take-up’s can add stress to the chain. Is a lubrication program in place? Chain pins and the ball bearing wheels need to be lubricated on a regular basis. Either by hand or by using an automatic lubricator. 348 chains are made of different types of plated carbon steels which when exposed to chemicals will corrode. One of the most common chemicals used in food processing plants which negatively affect the protective layer (plating) is chlorine. Tests show that only a few hours of exposure to chlorine and/ or other harsh chemicals completely remove the zinc dichromate plating which is normally applied to the chain and trolleys. Applying such chemicals in high concentration during the sanitation / cleaning process destroys the plating and causes the chain, brackets and pendants to discolor and eventually rust. The concentration of such chemicals more or less determines the time until these negative effects show up.

Steps to prevent premature chain corrosion:  

Use lowest possible concentration of chemicals. Wash off chain and trolleys with clean water after applying chemicals.

Apply oil film to chain and trolleys after wash-down using a hand sprayer or an automated lubricator.

Test chemical reaction of parts/plating by placing plated part in chemical solution for at least 48 hours.

Be aware that harsh chemicals also affect plastic wheels, some make it soft, others can make them brittle.

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348 Chain Selections and Attachments -Section 1

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( I - P i n )

P i p e - T r a c k

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( B o l t e d )

s p a c i n g

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t y p e

w h e e l s

a n d

c h a i n

a r e

Trolley

p e r

y o u r

f o r

Track

Chain

Material

70308

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

26884

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

30719

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

X

31980

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

X

12”

6”

u s e

o n

I - b e a m

o r

s p e c i f i c a t i o n s .

Pendant

Part No.

6”

a v a i l a b l e

p e n d a n t s

12”

X X

Pendant Hole Size

Wheel

Pendant Type

0.53

Gray

30389

0.38

Gray

30391

0.53

Gray

30389

0.38

Gray

30391

70307

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

X

0.31

Gray

31447

70306

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

X

0.53

Gray

30389

70305

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

0.31

Gray

31447

19059

348 I-Beam

X348

YDP

31981

348 I-Beam

X348

YDP

31982

348 I-Beam

X348

YDP

X X

X

X X

0.31

Gray

30390

X

0.31

Gray

30390

X

0.31

Gray

30390

70310

348 I-Beam

X348

YDP

X

0.31

Gray

30390

70334

348 I-Beam

X348

YDP

X

X

X

0.53

Gray

30389

70332

348 I-Beam

X-348

YDP

X

X

0.31

Gray

31447

70304

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

0.53

Gray

30389

20616

348 I-Beam

SL-348

YDP

X

Gray

Food Craft Shackles

22830

348 I-Beam

SL-348E

YDP

8”

Gray

30392

X

X

Assembly Code for 348 Bolted and I-Pin Chains Plating

3– YDP: Zinc-yellow dichromate plating 4– ZNP: Zinc nickel plating 5– Clear zinc-plating

Chain Type

Brackets

Wheel type

Spacing

1 348 bolted chain

BO1 348 bracket

1

6” trolleys 6” pendants

2 348 I-Pin chain

BO2

2

6” trolleys 12” pendants

3 348 chain with extended side bar for 8” configurations

BO3 37-HF intermediate plate 3

Pipe Track bracket

W1 Gray ball bearing wheels with stainless steel races

6” trolleys 8” pendants

4

12” trolleys 12” pendants

5

12” trolleys 6” pendants

6

8” trolleys 8”pendants

7

12” trolleys18” pendants

8

6” trolleys 18” pendants

6-Stainless steel

W2 Blue non ball bearing plastic wheels

Pendant Type PO1 35-C with 17/32” hole, plated PO2 35-C with 5/16” hole, plated

PO3 35-C with 3/8 W3 Gray caged ball bear- hole, plated ing wheel W4 Plated ball bearing steel wheel

(See chart on Pg. 1-3 for more options)

W5 Pipe Track Wheel

Spacing and Wheel Type

Plating and Bracket: 3– YDP: Zinc-yellow dichromate plating ( BO1 348 bracket ( As Shown)

As Shown)

3 W1

6” trolleys 8” pendants ( As Shown) Gray ball bearings wheels with Stainless Steel races ( As Shown)

Chain Type: 1 348 bolted chain ( As Shown)

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Pendant Type: PO1

35-C with 17/32” hole, plated ( As Shown)


348 Trolley Wheels -Section 1

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Assembly Code No. W1 403035 7/16 hex jam nut

Gray ball bearing wheels,

403036 7/16 lock washer

Hardware needed

With stainless steel races,

Part No: 71544

Assembly Code No. W2 403032GL 3/8 flat washer 403033 7/16 lock nut 403034GL 7/16 hex bolt 4060235GL

Blue non ball bearing plastic wheel Hardware needed

Part No: 30385

Assembly Code No. W3 403035 7/16 hex jam nut 403036 7/16 lock washer 03034G 7/16 bolt

Gray caged ball bearing wheel Hardware needed

Part No: 30386

Assembly Code No. W4 403035 7/16 hex jam nut 403036

Plated ball bearing steel wheel Hardware needed

Part No: 30387

Assembly Code No. W5 D5167 Spacer D5168 3/8 bolt D5169 3/8 lock nut

Pipe track wheel Hardware needed

Part No: 30388

Assembly Code Wheel Type W1 Gray ball bearing wheels with stainless steel races W2 Blue non ball bearing plastic wheel W3 Gray caged ball bearing wheel W4 Plated ball bearing steel wheel W5 Pipe track wheel

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348 Pendants and Attachments -Section 1

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Part No: 30390

Part No: 30389 35-C Pendant, 17/32” Hole, Assembly Code No. P01

35-C Pendant 5/16” Hole, Assembly Code No. P02

Part No: 30391

Part No: 30392

35-C Pendant, 3/8” Hole, Assembly Code No. P03

Part No: 31351

2 Piece Sizing Pendants

35-C Pendant, 17/32” Hole, Assembly Code No. P17

Part No: 31687 31-H Pendant, 17/32” Hole, Assembly Code No. P15

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2” Offset, 17/32” Hole, Assembly Code No. P06

Part No: 31447

35-C Pendant 5/16” Hole, Assembly Code No. P18

Part No: 31689 32-C Pendant 17/32” Hole, Assembly Code No. P12


Chains Without Trolleys -Section 1

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Zinc-yellow dichromate plated SL-348 bolted chain.

SL-348 Part No: 70311

* Available in Zinc Nickel finish

Sold Per Foot

Replacement Part No’s for SL-348 Plated X348 I-Pin chain

* Available in Zinc Nickel finish

A= 31992

B= 31991

C= 22865

D= 22864

Replacement Parts No’s for X-348 A= 70927

B= 70921

D= 28091

SL-548E Chain with extended side bar for 8” center chain

X348 Part No: 70330

* Available in Zinc Nickel finish also

SL-548E Part No: 31690

Sold Per Foot Part No.

Assembly Code No.

Chain Type

Plating

Assembling Lengths

70311

3-1

SL-348 Bolted chain

YDP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

70330

3-2

X348 I-Pin chain

YDP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

31690

3-3

SL-548E Chain with ext. side bar

YDP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

32063

4-1

SL-348 Bolted Chain

ZNP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

31692

4-3

SL-548E Chain with ext. side bar

ZNP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

31691

3-4

X348 I-Pin chain

ZNP

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

21301

4-1*

SL-348 HS*

ZNP Alloy

Assembled in 10 ft. sections

Assembly Code Plating-

Chain Type

3- Zinc-yellow dichromate plating

1

SL-348 bolted chain

2

X348 I-Pin chain

4- Zinc nickel plat-

3 SL-548E chain with extended side bar for 8” configurations

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348 Trolley Halves -Section 1

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Assembly Code Plating

Brackets

Wheel Type

3- Zinc Yellow dichromate plating

BO1 348 bracket

W1 Gray ball bearing wheels with stainless steel races

4– Zinc Nickel plating

BO2 Pipe track bracket

W2 Blue non ball bearing plastic wheel

5– Clear zinc plating

BO3 37-HF intermediate plate

W3 Gray caged ball bearing wheel

6– Stainless steel

W4 Plated ball bearing steel wheel W5 Pipe track wheel

348 Trolley Halves

348 Pipe Track Trolley Half

Gray ball bearing wheel and stainless steel races (B01 & W1 Shown)

Blue non ball bearing wheel (B01 & W2 Shown)

Pipe track wheel and bracket (B02 & W5 Shown)

Trolley Intermediate Plate

Gray caged ball bearing wheel (B01 & W3 Shown)

Part No.

Plated ball bearing steel wheel (B01 & W4 Shown)

(B03 Shown)

Assembly Code No.

Chain Type

Plating

Wheel Type

31693

3-B01W1

348 trolley half

Yellow dichromate (YDP)

Gray ball bearing wheel and stainless steel races

31694

3-B01W2

348 trolley half

Yellow dichromate (YDP)

Blue non ball bearing wheel

31695

3-B01W3

348 trolley half

Yellow dichromate (YDP)

Gray caged ball bearing wheel

31696

3-B01W4

348 trolley half

Yellow dichromate (YDP)

Plated ball bearing steel wheel

23767

4-B01W1

348 trolley half

Zinc nickel (ZNP)

Gray ball bearing wheel and stainless steel races

31698

4-B01W2

348 trolley half

Zinc nickel (ZNP)

Blue non ball bearing wheel

31771

4-B01W3

348 trolley half

Zinc nickel (ZNP)

Gray caged ball bearing wheel

31772

4-B01W4

348 trolley half

Zinc nickel (ZNP)

Plated ball bearing steel wheel

31773

5-B02W5

348 trolley half

Clear nickel (CZP)

Yellow pipe track wheel

31783

3-B03

Trolley intermediate plate

Yellow dichromate (YDP)

_

31784

4-B03

Trolley intermediate plate

Zinc nickel (ZNP)

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T-Rail Complete Chain Assemblies -Section 1

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D (Inches) Part No.’s Type T-Rail

“D”

6”

8”

18294

12”

19450

20811

Stainless Steel available also

Assembly with Continuous Zinc Log Chain with Stainless Steel Brackets

D (Inches) Part No.’s Type

Assembly with Continuous Zinc Log Chain with Plastic

“D”

T-Rail

6”

8”

70320

12”

31606

31607

Stainless Steel available also

Assembly Plating

Chain Type

5- Clear zinc plating

6 Link Chain

6- Stainless Steel

Brackets

Spacing

Wheel Type

B10 Plastic bracket

1 Trolleys 6” on center

B11 Brackets stainless steel

2 Trolleys 8” on center

B12 Plastic turkey bracket

3 Trolleys 12” on center

W7 Green ball bearing wheel

Part No.

Assembly Code No.

Plating / Material

Trolley / Wheel Type

70320

5-6B101W7

Zinc plated

Plastic trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on 6”

31785

6-6B101W7

Stainless Steel

Plastic trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on 6”

18294

5-6B111W7

Zinc plated

Stainless steel trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on

31787

6-6B111W7

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on

31606

5-6B102W7

Zinc plated

Plastic trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on 8”

31841

6-6B102W7

Stainless Steel

Plastic trolley with green ball bearing wheels on 8” center

19450

5-6B112W7

Zinc plated

Stainless steel trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on

31852

6-6B112W7

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on 8” center

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T-Rail Chain and Parts -Section 1

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Assembly Code Plating 5- Clear zinc plating

Chain Type 6- Log chain

6- Stainless steel

B10W7

Brackets B10 Plastic bracket

Wheel Type W7 Green ball bearing wheel

B11 Stainless steel bracket

Plastic trolley half with green ball bearing wheel

Part No: 71468

B111W7

Stainless steel trolley half with green ball bearing wheel

Part No: 24726

W7

Green wheel

5-6

Log chain, zinc plated

Part No: 31853

6-6

Log chain, stainless steel

Part No: 31854

Part No: 71566

Sold Per Foot (10’ Min order)

( Compatible with Meyn, Stork and Linco Systems )

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Pipe Track Complete Chain Assemblies -Section 1

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D (Inches) Part No.’s Type Pipe Track

6”

8”

22492

31609

12” 31610

Assembly with Continuous Zinc Log Chain with Stainless Steel

Assembly Code Plating

Chain Type

5- Clear zinc plating

6 Link Chain

Brackets B30 Stainless Steel bracket

6- Stainless Steel

Spacing

Wheel Type W9 Blue ball bearing wheel

1

Trolleys 6” on center

2

Trolleys 8” on center

3

Trolleys 12” on center

Part No.

Assembly Code

Chain type

Plating

Wheel Type

22492

5-6B301W9

Link Chain

Zinc plated (ZNP)

Stainless Steel trolleys with blue ball bearing wheels on 6” center

31609

5-6B302W9

Link Chain

Stainless Steel (SS)

Stainless Steel trolleys with blue ball bearing wheels on 8” center

31610

5-6B303W9

Link Chain

Zinc plated (ZNP)

Stainless Steel trolleys with green ball bearing wheels on 12” center

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Pipe Track Chain and Parts -Section 1

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Assembly Code No. B30W9

Stainless steel trolley half with blue ball bearing wheel

Part No: 31860

W9

Blue ball bearing wheel

Part No: 31861

5-6

Log chain, zinc plated

6-6

Log chain, stainless steel

Part No: 31853 Part No: 31854 Sold Per Foot (10’ Min order)

Assembly Code Plating 5- Clear zinc plating

Chain Type 6- Log chain for Log

Brackets B30 Stainless Steel bracket

Wheel Type W9 Stainless Steel trolley half with blue ball bearing

6- Stainless Steel

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Shackle Types & Info -Section 2

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Shackles for Picking, Evisceration, Cut-Up & Sizing Lines.

Multiple shackle sizes and styles available to suit your needs.

OVER HEAD SHACKLES There are three basic types of shackles, Picking, Eviscerating and Cut-Up & Sizing (Combination). The Picking shackle often has a solid bar to maintain good electrical contact to insure a good stun. The eviscerating shackle and Cut-Up and Sizing (Combination) shackles can be either mounted on a chain or solid bar.

Evisceration Shackles

Picking Shackles

FoodCraft Cut Up Shackles

Shackle Accessories Weighing / Sizing Shackles

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Picking Shackle Selection-Section 2

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For Quoting Purposes Fill in the Shaded Areas and Fax to Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-6966. * All Shackles are Made in Stainless Steel.

Picking Shackle Top Mount Selection

Fig. A (1575 TYPE

U Top– SS ( B & G-Dimension Required)

2-Pc Flat Bar Top (3/16 Thk.)- SS (B-Dimension Required)

Style

=

A

=

Dwg. Fig.

Hole to Bottom of Shackle

B

= Top Mount Hole Size

C U-Top

2-Pc Flat Bar Top

Fig. E

= Upper Body Height

D

Fig. B (1585 TYPE)

= Lower Body Length

E

= Body Width

F

= Drop Rod Diameter

G

= U-Top Mount Inside Width

H

= Top Mount Flat Bar Width

Fig. D (1585C TYPE)

Fig. C (1590 TYPE)

Design & Build Custom Shackle

When Matching Existing Shackles. A Detailed Drawing or Sample Will Be Required When an Order is Placed.

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Evisceration Shackle Selection -Section 2

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For Quoting Purposes Fill in the Shaded Areas and Fax to Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-6966. * All Shackles are Made in Stainless

Evisceration Hook Type Selection

Fig. F (1000-R-1 TYPE

5/16 Tear Away, Top, Pltd. 5/16 Tear Away, Top, SS 5/16 Tear Drop Top, Pltd. 5/16 Tear Drop Top, SS S-Hook Shackle, Pltd. S-Hook Shackle, SS 1/4 Swivel Hook Style Top, Pltd. 1/4 Swivel Hook Style Top, SS 5/16 Swivel Hook Style Top, Pltd. 5/16 Swivel Hook Style Top, SS Tear Drop Top

Hole to Bottom of Shackle

Tear Away Drop Top Top Mount Hole Size

Fig. H

Rod Hole Size

Lower Body Length

Body Width

Drop Rod Diameter

S-Hook Shackle Plated

Swivel Hook Style Top

Design & Build Custom Shackle Page 2-2

When Matching Existing Shackles. A Detailed Drawing or Sample Will Be Required When an Order is Placed.


Cut-Up and Sizing Line (Combination) Shackle Selection -Section 2

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

For Quoting Purposes Fill in the Shaded Areas and Fax to Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-6966. Fig. J (Double “J” Rod

Shackle Top Mount Selection U Top-SS ( B & F Dimension Required) 2-Flat Bar Top (3/16 Thk.) -SS ( B-Dimension Required)

Style

=

Dwg Fig.

A

=

5/16 Tear Away Top, Pltd. 5/16 Tear Away Top, SS

A

5/16 Tear Drop Top, Pltd. 5/16 Tear Drop Top, SS S-Hook Shackle, Pltd.

Hole to Bottom of Shackle

S-Hook Shackle, SS 1/4 Swivel Hook Style Top, Pltd. 360º 1/4 Swivel Hook Style Top, SS 360º

B

=

C

=

D

=

5/16 Swivel Hook Style Top, Pltd. 360º

Fig. K ( Double “J” Flt

5/16 Swivel Hook Style Top, SS 360º Limited Swivel Hook Top, Pltd. Limited Swivel Hook Top, SS

A

Tear Away Drop Top

S-Hook Shackle Plated

Swivel Hook Style Top

Fig. M

Tear Drop Top

Top Mount Flat Bar Width

A

Fig. L (Single “J”)

E

=

F

=

FoodCraft Cut Up Shackles Model : N01373

Part No: 31504 2-Pc Flat Bar Top

Cut &

Up

Turning

Weighing

Shac

Part No: 23707

Sizing W/

Shackle Wheel

(Chicken)

Part No: 71249

U-Top Design & Build Custom Shackle

When Matching Existing Shackles. A Detailed Drawing or Sample Will Be Required When an Order is Placed.

Page 2-3


Shackle Ties and Bushings-Section 2

Dog (1/4

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Bone X5),

SS

Part No: 70809 Specify Sizes and Types Below When Ordering Shackle Tie (3) Pc Assembly, SS “A”

“B”

“C”

“E”

“G”

Length

Rod Diameter

Bottom Mount Type

Upper Mount Type

Hole Size

10.75

.25

C

E

Part Number

NA

26266

Shackle Tie (2) Pc Assembly, SS “A”

“B”

“C”

“E”

“G”

“F”

Length

Rod Diameter

Bottom Mount Type

Upper Mount Type

Hole Size

Type

Part Number

Loop / Loop / Hole

Closed Loop (“E”) U-Top or Flat Top (“F”)

Open Loop (“C”)

Open Loop (“C”)

Shackle Bushings

Page 2-4

Part No.

O.D.

I.D.

Length

Material

19800

0.5”

0.375”

1.125”

SS

19801

0.5”

0.375”

0.312”

SS

20376

0.625”

0.375”

0.312”

SS

21061

0.5”

0.312”

0.344”

SS

24193

0.5”

0.312”

0.312”

SS

70246

0.5”

0.375”

0.375”

SS

70247

0.5”

0.312”

1.125”

SS

70248

.05”

0.312”

0.5”

SS

70249

0.5”

0.312”

1”

SS

70250

0.5”

0.312”

0.38”

SS


Shackle Spares and Accessories-Section 2

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Part No.

Tear

Drop

Shackle

Top

Hole for 5/16 Hard-

Swivel

32764

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.41HL, Pltd.

32765

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.53HL, Pltd.

32766

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.66HL, Pltd.

32767

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.41HL, SS

32768

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.53HL, SS

32769

Hanger, Tear Drop, Shackle, 0.66HL, SS

Hook

Shackle

Top Part No.

S-Hook, (Plated

or

Description

32755

Swivel Hook Shackle Top 1/4” SS

32757

Swivel Hook Shackle Top 5/16” SS

Shackle

Stainless

Shackle

Part No.

Steel)

Top

Description

32751

S -Hook, Shackle, Safety Chain-1/4” Pltd.

32753

S -Hook, Shackle, Safety Chain-1/4” SS

32752

S -Hook, Shackle, Safety Chain-3/16” Pltd.

70811

S -Hook, Shackle, Safety Chain-3/16” SS

Part No.

Tear

Description

Description

Away

Shackle

Top

Hole for 5/16 Hard-

Drag

Back

Safety

(Typically

Sold

Chain, in

100’

2/0

Plated

Length

32758

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.41HL,

32759

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.53HL,

32760

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.66HL,

32761

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.41HL, SS

32762

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.53HL, SS

32763

Hanger, Tear Away, Shackle, 0.66HL, SS

Part No: 70326 (Sold Per Foot)

Use S-Hook When Installing)

Shackle Not Included) Page 2-5


Track Types & Info -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Each type is available in Galvanized Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel.

Overhead Track

Consult a design Engineer to confirm spacing and load ratings

Maximum Load Limits in pounds on I-Beam Track

Dimensions (In) Type IBeam IBeam

Size

T- Rail Pipe

A

B

C

D

Support Spacing

#/ft

8'-0" 10'-0" 12'-0" 15'-0" 3" 1600 1300 1100 700 4" 3000 2300 1800 1200 Maximum Load Limits in KG on I-Beam Track Support Spacing

I-Beam

348

3"

2.33”

0.17”

0.17”

5.7

458

4"

2.66”

0.19”

0.19”

7.7

2" 1¼ Pipe

2"

2"

0.25”

0.25”

3.62"

1.62"

0.18”

-

I-Beam

-

All Track members are sold by the foot.

3" 4"

2.44m 748 1360

3.05m 612 1043

3.66m 499 816

4.57m 317 544

Total Load Limits Equals: Carrier Weight plus added load times the amount of carriers in a specified span.

I-Beam

T-Rail

Pipe Track

Page 3-0


Straight Track Selection -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Track Sections are available in three types:

I-Beam

T-Rail

Each type is available in Galvanized or Stainless Steel.

Pipe Track

All Track Sold/ FT.

Track Selection Part Number

Type

Size

Material

Available Length (Ft)

Galv. Beam 3.00

I-Beam track (348)

3”

Galv.

Any Size up to 24”

71450

I-Beam Track (348)

3"

Galv.

10

18064

I-Beam Track (348)

3"

Galv.

20

71451

I-Beam Track (348)

3"

SS

10

71452

I-Beam Track (348)

3"

SS

20 *

I-Beam Track (458)

4"

Galv.

10

I-Beam Track (458)

4"

Galv.

20

I-Beam Track (458)

4"

SS

10

I-Beam Track (458)

4"

SS

20 *

Part Number

Type

Size

Material

Available Length (Ft)

71462

T-Rail Track

2"

Galv.

10

71463

T-Rail Track

2"

Galv.

20

71461

T-Rail Track

2"

SS

10

71464

T-Rail Track

2"

SS

20 *

Part Number

Type

Size

Material

Available Length (Ft)

71460

Pipe Track

1¼ Sch. 80

Galv.

10 (Max)

71459

Pipe Track

1¼ Sch. 40

SS

10 (Max)

71453

All 10’-0 Lengths will be cut to size +/- 0.25”. All 20’-0 Galv. Track will be cut to size +/- 0.25”. *All 20’-0 Stainless Track will be random lengths from 20’-0 to 24’-0 with a minimum length of 20’-0.

Page 3-1


Elevated Track Selection -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Available in I-Beam (348), T-Rail or Pipe Track types. Sold in set Only

Degrees of 30° or 45° are standard stock items. Elevations are sold in sets. Hot dip galvanized finish is standard. Stainless steel is optional. Stub lengths are a minimum of 12”

* Other degrees of 15°, 20° and 22.5° are available as well.

D (Drop) - Overall change in elevation of vertical curve assembly.

L (Length) - Overall length of vertical curve assembly - tangent

Arc

to tangent.

A (Arc) - True length of any single bend at centerline of track.

s

Radiu

C (Chord) - Straight length across any single bend at centerline -work point to work point.

B (Rise) - Height or vertical change in elevation of any single bend.

G (Run) - Horizontal length of any single bend. H (Bevel) - Run length of curve angle. S (Straight Section) - Section of track connecting two single bends to create a compound vertical curve.

E (Drop Remainder) - Height or vertical change in elevation of straight section. To calculate compound vertical curve dimensions, the radius and drop or radius and angle are required.

Page 3-2

F (Length Remainder) - Horizontal length of straight section. R (Radius)- See chart for standard


I-Beam Elevations -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

3" (I-Beam) Elevations Radius

Part No.

10°

Galv.

36"

70574

10°

SS

36"

31623

10°

Galv.

48"

31700

10° 15°

SS Galv.

48" 36"

31699 70575

15°

SS

36"

70576

15°

Galv.

48"

31617

15°

SS

48"

31618

20°

Galv.

36"

26207

20°

SS

36"

31619

20°

Galv.

48"

70577

20°

SS

48"

31620

22.5°

Galv.

36"

70579

22.5°

SS

36"

20277

22.5°

Galv.

48"

31621

22.5°

SS

48"

31622

30°

Galv.

36"

70582

30°

SS

36"

70583

30°

Galv.

48"

70580

30°

SS

48"

70584

45°

Galv.

36"

70592

45°

SS

36"

70595

45°

Galv.

48"

70593

45°

SS

48"

70596

Min

n

Mi

Arc

s

Type

Radiu

Degrees

Page 3-3


T-Rail Elevations -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

2" (T-Rail) Elevations Degrees 15°

Type

15°

SS

42"

18484

15°

Galv.

48"

31631

15°

SS

48"

31632

20°

Galv.

42"

31633

20°

SS

42"

70578

20°

Galv.

48"

31634

20°

SS

48"

31635

22.5°

Galv.

42"

31636

22.5°

SS

42"

31637

22.5°

Galv.

48"

31638

22.5°

SS

48"

31639

30°

Galv.

42"

70581

30°

SS

42"

70590

30°

Galv.

48"

70588

30°

SS

48"

70589

40°

Galv.

42"

31640

40°

SS

42"

31641

40°

Galv.

48"

31642

40°

SS

48"

31643

45°

Galv.

42"

70594

45°

SS

42"

70602

45°

Galv.

48"

70600

45°

SS

48"

70601

Page 3-4

Min

n

Mi

Arc

s

Part No. 24494

Radiu

Galv.

Radius (R) 42"


Pipe Track Elevations -Section 3

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

3" (Pipe Track) Elevations Degrees 15°

Type Galv.

Radius (R) 36"

Part No. 27081

15°

SS

36"

31675

15°

Galv.

48"

31676

15°

SS

48"

31677

30°

Galv.

36"

70587

30°

SS

36"

70586

30°

Galv.

48"

70585

30°

SS

48"

31678

45°

Galv.

42"

70597

45°

SS

42"

70599

45°

Galv.

48"

70598

45°

SS

48"

31679

Other degrees are available up to 45°

Min

n

Mi

Arc

s

Radiu

It is not recommended to install elevations greater than 45°. Degrees greater than 45° causes reduced chain life and increased trolley wear.

For Degrees Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 3-5


Turn Types & Info -Section 4

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Overhead Idler Turns

Available in I-Beam, T-Rail or Pipe Track Types 

Standard degree styles: 45°, 90°, 180° (others available).

Standard sizes: 12” - 36”.

Double-wheel turns and non-standard sizes and items available.

Available with hot dipped galvanized steel.

Page 4-0

finish or in stainless


Turn Corner Assembly -Section 4

Stainless Steel I-Beam (348) Idler Corner

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

3” I -Beam (348 ) Stainless Steel Idler Corner Complete Item

Part No.

Description

Qty.

1

See Section 3

Corner Frame (***See Note)

1

2

70845

Aluminum Hub (1 ½’ Bore)

1

3

70851

Idler Hub Assembly

1

4

See Section 8

Corner Wheel (Poly) (***See Note)

1

5

ZFLWS050

Flat Washer

5

6

ZFHN0500F

Hex Nut

5

7

FHNS050C

Hex Nut

4

8

HCSS050C0175

Hex Head Cap Screw

4

9

18490

Sq. Head Set Screw

2

10

LWSS050

Lock Washer

4

11

ZLW050

Lock Washer

5

Galvanized I-Beam (348) Idler Corner

3” I-Beam (348) Galvanized Idler Corner Complete

***Note: Types---I-Beam (348) – T-Rail– Pipe-Track.

Item

Part No.

Description

Qty.

1

See Section 3

Corner Frame (***See Note)

1

2

70845

Aluminum Hub (1 ½’ Bore)

1

3

70851

Idler Hub Assembly

1

4

See Section 8

Corner Wheel (Poly) (***See Note)

1

5

ZLW050

Lock Washer

9

6

ZFHN0500F

Hex Nut

5

7

ZFHN0500C

Hex Nut

4

8

ZPHHC0.5x1.75

Hex Head Cap Screw

4

9

ZSSCSH050C025

Sq. Head Set Screw

2

10

ZFLWS050

Flat Washer

5

Sizes---15” Thru 36”. Standard Degree Of Turns 45°, 90°,180°. Special sizes or degrees can be built to your specifications upon request. RE: 135° turns; Double Wheel Turns; etc.

Page 4-1


I-Beam Turn Selection (5 Bolt) -Section 4

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

3” I-Beam (348, 5-Bolt) Smooth Single Wheel Wheel Diameter Inch.

I-Beam (5 Bolt) Idler Corners

Assembly No.

Frame Part No.

Degree

Part No. Wheel

* A-Stub Length (In.)

Part No. Hub Assy.

Alum. Hub

70851

70845

15” 13” 8”

15” 13” 8” 12” 12 “ 11”

MM

Galv.

SS

Galv.

SS

12”

304.8 mm

19058 70379 70372

21458 70382 32840

45° 90° 180°

20051 70628 19699

22193 24505 31924

71572

15”

381.0 mm

70394 70399 70386

70395 70402 70384

45° 90° 180°

20208 21077 22978

32494 24457 22194

71574

70851

70845

12” 18” 11”

19”

482.6 mm

70431 70441 70416

70432 70435 70420

45° 90° 180°

18419 70668 70705

70667 70669 70665

71533

70851

70845

26 “ 26” 16” 16” 8” 8“

23”

584.2 mm

70463 70457

23798 21104 70459

45° 90° 180°

20421 70679

23795 23796 23789

71588

70851

70845

25” 25” 20 “ 20” 11” 11 “

30”

762.0 mm

20497 21095

71542

70851

70845

70489

45° 90° 180°

18” 17” 12”

18” 17” 12”

20050

70851

70845

17” 15” 13”

17” 15” 13”

45° Turns Wheel Diameter

Galv. SS

A

36”

20490 70487

914.4 mm

45° 90° 180°

18628

31800

20049

See Page 9-3 For Parts Breakdown Of Hub Assembly.

90° Turns

A

3” I-Beam (348, 5-Bolt) Smooth Double Wheel

Wheel Diame-

Wheel Diameter Inch.

MM

Assembly No. Galv.

SS

70376 12”

Degree

Frame Part No. Galv.

45°

31816

304.8mm 70380

31021

90°

70628

70373

26369

180°

19699

180° Turns

SS

Part No. Wheel Top

Bottom

Part No. Hub Assy.

Alum. Hub

19700

19695

70851

70845

32897

32898

70851

70845

45° 15”

381.0mm 32896

90° 70387

21077

180° 45°

A

19”

482.6mm

90° 70419

180°

70464

90°

70851 70705

23862

70845

32899

45°

Wheel Diame-

23”

584.2mm

70851

70845

180°

* The Stub lengths given are for reference only.

Page 4-2

30”

762.0mm

36”

914.4mm

90° 180° 90° 180°

70851

70845

70851

70845

* A-Stub Length (In.) Galv.

SS

15”

15”

13”

13”

12”

12”

15”

15”

18”

18”

12”

12”

14”

14”

16”

16”

15”

15”

25”

25”

20”

20”

11”

11”

17”

17”

12”

12”

15”

15”

13”

13”


I-Beam Turn Selection (6 Bolt) -Section 4

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

3” I-Beam (348, 6-Bolt) Smooth Single Wheel Wheel Diameter Inch. 15”

19”

23”

30”

36”

MM

Assembly No.

584.2m m

Frame Part No.

Galv.

SS

19390

70392

45°

70397

90°

22771

26272

180°

70630

32925

381mm

482.6m m

Degree

Galv.

SS

70633

32920 32922

70424

70436

45°

27096

27096

70434

70437

90°

24634

32524

22867

32526

180°

32515

32525

45°

25755

25707

180°

70485

180°

762mm

Hub

22882

70852

22727

24632

30154

70852

90°

* A-Stub Length (In.) Galv. SS 15”

70852

70852

22727

22727

70680

90°

914.4m m

Part No. Hub Assy.

71538

90° 28428

Part No. Wheel

70852

70852

22727

22727

180°

15”

-Beam (6 Bolt) Idler Corners

24” 24” 17”

17”

20“

20”

22”

22”

14”

14”

13”

13”

45° Turns

26” 26” 10”

10”

17”

17”

12”

12”

15”

15”

A

13” 13”

See Page 9-3 For Parts Breakdown Of Hub Assembly

90° Turns

A

C Wheel

180° Turns

Outside Wheel Diameter

Chain

Rail

A

Chain & Rail 348 / I-Beam

A 2.98”

B 75mm

0.5”

C 12.7mm

.53”

13.5 mm

* The Stub lengths given are for reference only.

Page 4-3


T-Rail Turn Selection -Section 4

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

2” T-Rail with 2” Gap Wheels Pitch Diameter

Inch.

T-Rail Idler Corners

11.5”

Assembly No.

2” Gap Design

MM 2x18 4x9 6x6

292mm

Galv.

SS

19299

70378

Degree

Frame Part No.

45°

20051 31987

Galv.

Part No. Wheel

Part No. Hub Assy.

Alum. Hub

* A-Stub Length (In.)

SS

16” 29962

70851

70845

14”

18543

30732

90°

20047

7062

21191

70374

180°

19086

25615

15”

70393

27545

45°

27489 27546

14”

70398

70404

90°

19696

70385

70389

180°

18423 21027

70427

70426

45°

20477 7065

45° Turns

15”

19”

2x24 4x12 6x8

381mm

482.6mm

2x30 4x15 6x10

2446 19494

70440

90°

20718

70414

70412

180°

20719 70649

Pitch Diameter

18”

70845

12” 14”

7065 19868

70438

70851

70851

70845

16” 15”

2” Gap Spacing

13”

45° 23”

584.2mm

2x36 4x18 6x12

70465

70466

90°

70461

70460

180°

20422

71605

70851

70845

15” 11”

See Page 9-3 For Parts Breakdown Of Hub Assembly.

90° Turns

Pitch Diameter 2” Gap Spacing

A Drop

C 180° Turns Wheel

Chai Outside Wheel Diameter Rail

Pitch Diameter

Chain & Rail

A

2” Gap Spacing

2” Gap / T-Rail

* The Stub lengths given are for reference only. Page 4-4

4.58”

B 116.3 m m

0.32 “

C 8.1 mm

2.22”

56.4 m m


Pipe Track Turn Selection -Section 4

Chain & Rail

A

B

T: 614.253.8590 - F: 614.253.6966

Pipe Track with 348 Smooth Wheel

C Pitch Diameter Inch. MM

Pipe 29.1 12.7 0.9 23.5 1.15” 0.5” Track mm mm 3” mm

Pipe Track Idler Corners

45°

Assembly No. Galv. 70377

Degree

SS 45°

Frame Part No. Galv. 31986

Part No. Part No. Wheel Hub Assy.

SS

70381

90°

31988

24177

180°

29899

70390 70391 381m 70396 70403 m 26891 70388

45° 90° 180°

24461 20770

19”

70425 70428 482.6 70444 70439 mm 70415

45° 90° 180°

23”

584.2 mm

70469 70458

45° 90° 180°

70488

90° 180°

12”

15”

30”

36”

304.8 mm

762m m

914.4 mm

71624 28763 21132

71572

25117 20048 20787

70851

Alum. Hub

* A-Stub Length (In.) 16”

70845

15”

71574

70851

70845

14” 18” 12”

71533

70851

70845

14” 16” 15”

71588

70851

70845

13” 15” 11”

71542

70851

70845

18” 12” 12”

20050

70851

70845

16”

21429

32885

90° 180°

14”

See Page 9-3 For Parts Breakdown Of Hub Assembly 90° Turns

Wheel

Rail

Chain

Outside Wheel Diameter Pitch Diameter

Pipe Track (Link Style Chain) Gap Wheels Pitch Diameter 180° Turns

Inch.

MM

2” Gap Design

Assembly No. Galv.

SS

70377 11.5”

15”

292mm

381mm

2x18 4x9 6x6

2x24 4x12 6x8

Pitch Diameter

19”

482.6mm

The Stub lengths given are for reference only. 23”

Page 4-5

584.2mm

2x30 4x15 6x10

2x36 4x18 6x12

Degree

Frame Part No. Galv.

45°

SS

Part No. Wheel

Part No. Hub Assy.

Alum. Hub

* A-Stub Length (In.)

70845

14”

31986

16”

70381

90°

31988

24177

180°

29899

29962

70851

15”

45° 70403

14”

90°

24461

19494

70851

70845

18”

26891

70388

180°

71624

20770

12”

32503

70428

45°

28763

25117

14”

70444

32507

90°

21132

20048

70415

180°

19868

70851

70845

20787

16” 15”

45° 71605

90° 70458

180°

21429

70851

70845

14” 11”


Take-Up Types & Info -Section 5

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Overhead Take -Ups Ta k e - U p Ty p e s A n d F e a t u r e s

Take-ups are used to provide a means of allowing for chain stretch. Overhead Take-ups consist of a fixed frame and an adjustable inner frame. The inner frame moves within the fixed frame and is designed to take up slack in the chain due to chain stretch.

Spring Take-ups The spring take-up design is automatic and requires very little maintenance, therefore it is the most widely used. The spring take-up is best suited for non-reversing systems where it can be located immediately beyond the drive or in a location where a small amount of tension is required.

Air Take-ups Air operated take-ups are used on lines that require a constant take-up tension. The tension in an air operated take-up can be readily adjusted at any time by regulating the air pressure. The air operated take-up is suitable where it must be mounted at some distance from the drive unit.

Manual Take-ups Manual take-ups may be used to tension lines manually and are recommended to be mounted close to a 180ยบ drive.

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Manual Take-Up Selection -Section 5

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Overhead Manual Take-Ups 

Available in I-Beam, T-Rail and Pipe Track.

Available in Galvanized Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel Materials.

Approximately 8”Travel.

Sold In Sets (2pcs).

Rail Type

Material

Part No.

348 I-Beam

Galv.

71421

348 I-Beam

SS

71422

2” T-Rail

Galv.

71426

2” T-Rail

SS.

71427

3” Pipe Track

Galv.

71424

3” Pipe Track

SS

71425

Manual Take-ups Manual take-ups may be used to tension lines manually and are recommended to be mounted close to a 180º drive.

*For Sizes Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 5-1


Automatic (Spring Loaded) Take-Up Selection -Section 5

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Overhead Automatic Spring Loaded TakeUps 

Available in I-Beams, T-Rail and Pipe Track.

Heavy Duty Galvanized Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel Construction.

Approximately 8” of Travel.

Sold in Various Sizes.

Size

Type

Material

Degrees

Spares Part No.

Take -Up Assembly Part No.

Hub Assembly

Hub

Spring

19”

I-Beam

Galv.

180°

71408

70851

70845

71339

19”

I-Beam

SS

180°

71412

70851

70845

71339

19”

T-Rail

Galv.

180°

71411

70851

70845

71339

19”

T-Rail

SS

180°

71410

70851

70845

71339

19”

Pipe Track

Galv.

180°

71409

70851

70845

71339

19”

Pipe Track

SS

180°

24175

70851

70845

71339

23”

I-Beam

Galv.

180°

71413

70851

70845

71339

23”

I-Beam

SS

180°

23787

70851

70845

71339

23”

T-Rail

Galv.

180°

25885

70851

70845

71339

23”

T-Rail

SS

180°

31435

70851

70845

71339

23”

Pipe Track

Galv.

180°

32203

70851

70845

71339

23”

Pipe Track

SS

180°

20032

70851

70845

71339

* See page 9-3 for parts break down of hub assembly.

Spring Take-ups The spring take-up design is automatic and requires very little maintenance, therefore it is the most widely used. The spring take-up is best suited for non-reversing systems where it can be located immediately beyond the drive or in a location where a small amount of tension is required.

*For Sizes Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 5-2


Automatic (Air) Take-Up Selection -Section 5

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Overhead Automatic Air Activated Take-Ups    

Available in I-Beam, T-Rail and Pipe Track. Heavy Duty Galvanized Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel construction. Approximately 8” of Travel. Sold Various Sizes.

Size

Type

Material

Degrees

Take -Up Assembly Part No.

Hub Assembly

Hub

Spring

19”

I-Beam

Galv.

180°

23652

70851

70845

71339

19”

I-Beam

SS

180°

34213

70851

70845

71339

19”

T-Rail

Galv.

180°

19563

70851

70845

71339

19”

T-Rail

SS

180°

19471

70851

70845

71339

19”

Pipe Track

Galv.

180°

70851

70845

71339

19”

Pipe Track

SS

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

I-Beam

Galv.

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

I-Beam

SS

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

T-Rail

Galv.

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

T-Rail

SS

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

Pipe Track

Galv.

180°

70851

70845

71339

23”

Pipe Track

SS

180°

70851

70845

71339

Spares Part No.

See page 9-3 for parts break down of hub assembly

Air Take-ups Air operated take-ups are used on lines that require a constant take-up tension. The tension in an air operated take-up can be readily adjusted at any time by regulating the air pressure. The air operated take-up is suitable where it must be mounted at some distance from the drive unit.

For Sizes Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 5-3


Drive Types & Info -Section 6

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Overhead Drives

Available in I-Beam, T-Rail or Pipe Track Assemblies 

Standard degree styles: 90°, 135°, 180° (Others Available).

Standard drive wheels: 10 or 12-tooth; 4”, 6”, 8” spacing.

Multiple drive/gearbox types and sizes available.

SEW gearbox motor / inverters are standard.

Available with hot dipped galvanized or stainless steel frames.

Caution:

Electrical installation and repair to be performed only by a licensed electrician in accordance with manufacture’s specifications, national and local electrical codes. 40 DVX Drive Unit With 348 I-Beam

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Drive Assembly Options -Section 6

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When Ordering Drive Units, specify type, size, degree of turn, line speed, shackle spacing, birds per minute, etc.

Special sizes and types of Drive units are available upon request.

Example: 1

-

35

-

90

-

348 -

200

-

G

-

12

-

P

-

D

-

SEW

-

480

-

Y

Enter Values in the shaded areas, then call for price and availability

-

Drive Sprocket

-

-

-

Frame Type

-

-

Frame Construction

-

12 Teeth/ (Std) 23"PD

348

348 IBeam

3"

G

Galv. Finish

P

2

10 Teeth/ 19"PD

TR

T-Rail

2"

S

Stainless

C

PT

Pipe Track

3"

Line Speed (FPM)

Turn (Degrees)

-

Picking Line

Cut-Up Line

-

-

Drive Manufacture

Line Type

1

3

-

SEW

SEW Eurodrive (Std)

Inverter (Optional)

Y

Include Drive

SUM

Sumitomo

YF

Include Drive With Filter

N

Do Not Include Drive

E

Evisceration

N

Nord

S

Sizing

OT

Other

Overhead Length (FT)

Enter Total Length of Line in Feet

Shackle Spacing

3 5

35 Feet/ Min

90

90 Degree

7 0

70 Feet/ Min

135

135 Degree

6

6" Centers

180

180 Degree

8

8" Centers

D

12

12" Centers

P

Voltage

480

480V - 3PH 50/60hrz

Direct In-Line Drive (Pg. 6-2)

240-1

240V - 1PH 50/60hrz

Pulley /Belt Drive (pg. 6-4)

240-3

240V-3PH 50/60hrz

575

575V - 3PH 50/60hrz

Drive Type

*For Price and Availability Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590.

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Drives -Section 6

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Typical SEW Drive Sizes SEW Gear Motor Drives Available RF77

(1-2HP)

RF87

(2-3 HP)

HP

Typical line speeds do not exceed 240 BPM. Speeds are based on no VFD installed or with a VFD operating at 60 HZ If a VFD is installed speeds can be lowered down to a minimum of 15% of the listed line speed. To calculate actual speeds when using a VFD take the listed speed times multiplied by the VFD Hertz value then divided by 60 Hertz. For 50 Hertz locations you must divide by 50 Hertz instead.

Shackle CL (in) = CL Sprocket Pitch Diameter (in) = PD

Output (RPM )

Shaft Size 40mm

29371

1.72 2.10

1.62�

1

230/460 RF87 60

25025

3.3

50mm

1

230/460 RF87 60

21449

6.3

50mm

1

230/460 RF87 60

32218

19

220/380 RF87 50

31960

3.6

220/380

1

575 25697

3.6

2

230/460 RF87 60

19142

19

50mm

2

220/380 RF97 50

22742

3.8

60mm

2

50

50mm

575

2

230/460 RF87 60

26384

6.0

50mm

3

230/460 RF87 60

20916

8.3

50mm 60mm

575

3

230/460 RF97 60

21424

9.3

3

230/460 RF87 60

32219

19

4

Line Speed (FT/MIN) = B x CL/12

Part No

22536

3

Birds Per Min = B

HZ

0.25 230/460 RF77 60

1.5

Output (RPM) = A

Size

0.25 230/460 RF77 60

1.5

To calculate the required gearbox output speed based on the desired Birds Per Min see the formulas below:

Voltage

575

5

230/460 RF87 60

32220

19

5

230/460 RF97 60

32221

19

5

575

A (RPM) = Line Speed (FT/MIN) divided Birds Per Min 8" CL

Output Speed (RPM)

Sprocket Size (in)

No. Teeth on Sprocket

Line Speed (FT/MIN)

1.72

19

10

9

17

13

9

1.72

23

12

10

21

16

10

2.1 2.1

19 23

10 12

10 13

21 25

16 19

10 13

3.3 3.3

19 23

10 12

16 20

33 40

25 30

16 20

3.6

19

10

18

36

27

18

3.6

23

12

22

43

33

22

3.8 3.8

19 23

10 12

19 23

38 46

28 34

19 23

6

19

10

30

60

45

30

6

23

12

36

72

54

36

6.3

19

10

31

63

47

31

6.3

23

12

38

76

57

38

8.3

19

10

41

83

62

41

8.3

23

12

50

100

75

50

9.3 9.3

19 23

10 12

46 56

93 112

69 84

46 56

19

19

10

95

189

142

95

19

23

12

114

229

172

114

Page 6-2

6" CL

12" CL


Drive Frames -Section 6

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(I-Beam) Drive Frames - Direct Drive SEW Types Track 348 348 348 348 348 348 348 348 348 348 348 348

RF77 32356 32351 32380 32381 32357 32358 32365 32379 32361 32362 32359 32360

Part No. RF87 32325 32326 32327 32328 32322 32323 32331 32334 22306 32310 70675 32312

RF97 32339 32350 70691 32330 32317 32318 32335 32338 32315 32316 32313 32314

Turn

Material

PD/ Teeth

90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ

Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS

19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12

(T-Rail) Drive Frames - Direct Drive SEW Types

T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail

RF77 32386 32393 32406 32407 32154 32177 32178

Part No. RF87 70660 32409 32410 32411 32414 32415 32416

RF97 30316 30501 32412 32413 30583 30584 30587

T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail T-Rail

32179 32248 32249 32180 32192

32417 32420 71641 32418 32419

30588 30585 30586 30589 30590

Track

Turn

Material

PD/ Teeth

90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ

Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv.

19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12

135ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ

SS Galv. SS Galv. SS

23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12

RF Type Drive Shown

Direct Drive Units ๏‚ท

SEW Helical Gear motors.

๏‚ท

Flange Mounted.

๏‚ท

Available in special wash down versions

(Pipe Track) Drive Frames - Direct Drive SEW Types Track Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe Pipe

Part No. RF77 RF87 31247 31245 32395 25031 32404 31246 32405 31256 31151 31259 31208 31260 31220 31257 31221 31258 31209 32422 31219 32423 31224 32394 31244 32424

RF97 31264 29772 31328 31431 31488 31489 31519 31556 31651 31817 32062 32145

Turn

Material

90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 90ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 135ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ 180ยบ

Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS Galv. SS

PD/ Teeth 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12 19/10 19/10 23/12 23/12

Fully Encapsulated Stator

Fully Encapsulated Conduit Box

USDA Food Industry Finish Coating

Food Grade Lubricant

Stainless Steel Oil Level Plug

Food Processing Approved Cable

TorqLO PTFE Seal Stainless Steel Shaft

Page 6-3


Drive Inverters -Section 6

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Available Inverters

The MOVITRAC® LTE B is available in three sizes for power ranges from 0.5 to 15.0 HP and supply voltages of 115V, 230V and 400V. In addition to the standard version in degree of protection IP20 for installation in the control cabinet, there is also a version in degree of protection IP66 / NEMA 4X, to be used under specific environmental conditions. In this way, these frequency inverters can do their job reliably and flexibly even when exposed to dust or water.

HP

KW

Voltage

1.0 2.0 3.0 5.5

0.8 1.5 2.2 4.0

460 460 460 460

HP

KW

Voltage

0.5 1.0 2.0 3.0 5.5

0.4 0.8 1.5 2.2 4.0

230 230 230 230 230

HP

KW

Voltage

0.5 1.0 2.0 3.0 5.5

0.4 0.8 1.5 2.2 4.0

575 575 575 575 575

IP20 Part No. IP66 Part No. 32215 22743 32216 32214

32158 31957 32162 32164

IP20 Part No. IP66 Part No. 32213 32175 70867 32205 32211

32160 32165 32166 32167 32169

IP20 Part No. IP66 Part No. 32163 32168 32204 32209

32212 32217

All Drives Listed Are Filtered, Non Filtered Drives Available As Well.

Inverter Specifications 

Main Power 115v (1PH), 230 (1PH)

HP Range (0.5-15HP)

Standard Enclosure IP20 (Non Washdown) NEMA 1

Optional Enclosure IP66 (Washdown) NEMA 4x

IP20

IP66

*For Sizes Greater Than 5.5 HP Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 6-4


Sprockets Types & Info -Section 7

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DRIVE SPROCKETS

Standard drive wheels 10 or 12 tooth 4”, 6”, 8” spacing.

Available In The Following: 

Zinc Plated and Stainless Steel.

Polyethylene.

Welded or Bolted on Hubs.

Special Sizes Available.

Page 7-0


348 Drive Sprockets -Section 7

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TL Welded Series

348 Drive Sprockets and Bushings Sprocket Hub Style (Bushings Not Included) PD

(Fig. A)

12”

4- Bolt in Style

15”

19”

23”

(Fig. B)

No. Teeth

TL3010CS (Fig. A)

TL3010SS (Fig. A)

(Zinc Plated)

(Stainless Steel)

4-Bolt *CS Zinc Plated Hub Not Included (Fig. B)

71373

-

-

-

-

71372

-

32224

-

-

-

71374

-

32228

-

32232

-

-

-

-

71368

-

32230

-

71355

-

-

-

-

71365

-

32231

-

71361

-

-

6

8

10

12

Bushings (Aluminum Bolt In Hubs) 4– Bolt (Max Bore 2.44”) Part No.

Bore (In.)

Part No.

Bore (In.)

Part No.

Bore (MM)

70840

1.44”

70842

2.18”

-

-

26095

1.50”

20334

2.38”

70849

50mm

23476

1.62”

70843

2.44”

-

-

70841

1.69”

-

-

-

-

*See bushing sizes available in table above. Zinc Plated Bushings (TL3020) Fits TL3010 Hub (Max Bore 2.44”)

Part No.

Stainless steel available upon request.

Page 7-1

Bore (In.) /

26791

1.50”

22038

1.94”

22711

2.18”

24182

2.25”

23514

2.38”

28272

2.44”

19346

50mm

20350

60mm

MM


Drive Sprockets (Log Chain) -Section 7

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4-Bolt

PD

6-Bolt TL

PD

(Fig.

(Fig.

Drive Sprocket (Poly) GRN PD

Sprocket Part No. Hub Style (Bushings Not Included)

Gap

19”

23 “

4-Bolt MTG (Fig. C)

6-Bolt (TL3010) (Fig. D)

4x15

20392

32233

6x10

71550

71551

4x18

32247

32242

6x12

19870

32246

Bushings (Aluminum Bolt In Hubs) 4– Bolt (Max Bore 2.44”) Part No.

Bore (In.)

Part No.

Bore (In.)

Part No.

Bore (MM)

70840

1.44”

70842

2.18”

-

-

26095

1.50”

20334

2.38”

70849

50mm

23476

1.62”

70843

2.44”

-

-

70841

1.69”

-

-

-

-

Zinc Plated Bushings (TL3020) Fits TL3010 Hub (Max Bore 2.44”) Part No.

Bore (In.) /

6-Bolt Hub Assembly Type

26791

1.50”

Zinc Plated 6– Bolt (TL3010)

22038

1.94”

19565

22711

2.18”

24182

2.25”

23514

2.38”

28272

2.44”

19346

50mm

20350

60mm

MM

See Chart for Matching TL3020 Bushing Size

Stainless steel available upon request.

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Wheel Types & Info -Section 8

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OVERHEAD WHEELS

Available In The Following: 

Page 8-0

Polyethylene In Various Colors. Zinc Plated and Stainless Steel.

Smooth and Gap Design.

Various Hub Styles.

1½” and 2” Thickness.

Special Sizes Available.


Smooth Idler Selection -Section 8

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Poly Smooth Idler Wheel Selection Part No. Part No. Std. 5-Bolt 6- Bolt Color 1 ½” 2” Thick 2” Thick GRN Thick 71517 25091 X 71572 29480 X 71574 71525 22882 X 71533 71568 X 71588 71538 X

Outside Diameter 11” 12” 15” 19” 23”

Add Color Code to PN If Other Color Required. (Ex: 25091BL)

Black

Blue

White

Green

BK BK BK BK BK

BL BL BL BL BL

W W W W W

G G G G G

Color Options: GRN (STD) Green

BK

Black

BL

Blue

Polyethylene Wheels W

G

White

Gree n

1½” and 2” Thick.

5-Bolt and 6-Bolt.

Sizes From 11” to 23”.

Steel Smooth Idler Wheel Selection Outside Diameter

Material

Part No.

ZP 11”

28291

19 “

23 “

SS

5-Bolt

X

X

X X 71573 X X X 71587

X X

X X

X

71581

6-Bolt

X X

12 “ 15 “

Mounting

X

Steel Wheels

X

Fabricated Design.

X

Zinc Plated or Stainless.

X

5-Bolt and 6-Bolt.

X

Sizes From 11” to 23”.

X

*For Sizes Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 8-1


Gap Wheel Selection -Section 8

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Gap Wheels 

1 ½” Thick Poly Green.

2” Spacing.

STD 5-Bolt Mount.

Compatible With 8mm Chain.

All Gap Wheels Are Manufactured with a 2” Gap CL to CL. Therefore Wheels Of The Same PD Are Universal.

Gap Wheel Selection Unless Specified Otherwise Green is Standard

Outside Diameter

Pitch Diameter Wheel

2” Gap

5 Bolt

Color Options

Design

(3 13/32)

(Add Letter To Part Number) Black

12.12”

11.5”

16.2”

15”

20.1”

19”

24”

23”

2x18 4x9 6x6 2x24 4x12 6x8 2x30 4x15 6x10 2x36 4x18 6x12

Blue

White

Gray

29962

29962BK

29962BL

29962WH

29962GY

19494

19494BK

19494BL

19494WH

19494GY

31593

31593BK

31593BL

31593WH

31593GY

71605

71605BK

71605BL

71605WH

71605GY

*For Sizes Other Than Shown Above Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 8-2


Sanitation and Miscellaneous Parts and Info -Section 9

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Overhead Sanitation & Miscellaneous Parts 

Shackle Washers

Brushes and Spare Parts

Line Lubrications Available / Contact Prime for a Quote

Shackle Washers Spares Position No.

SW-2

1

DMP-SW-8

SW-8

SW-12

Description

Qty.

22300

22300

22300

22300

Gear Motor, Sumitomo ¾ H.P.

2

22553

22553

22553

22553

22553

Coupling (Includes Inserts)

4

3

71327

71327

71327

71327

71327

Insert Coupling

2

4

70060

70060

70060

70060

70060

Pillow Block Bearing

4

5

70516

70516

70516

70516

70516

Cylinder, Hydraulic

1

6

18554

18554

18554

18554

18554

Hose, Hydraulic

1

7

71098

71098

71098

71098

71098

Hand Pump

1

8

70986

70986

70986

70986

Nozzle, Spray

8

9

31311

22537

31362

Shaft Assembly (Brush Not Included)

2

70227 (2)

70227 (4)

70227 (6)

70227 (8)

70227 (12)

Brush, Nylon , BLK

70209 (2)

70209 (4)

70209 (6)

70209 (8)

70209 (12)

Brush, Nylon , Twisted, BLK

70217 (2)

70217 (4)

70217 (6)

70217 (8)

70217 (12)

Brush, Silica Carbide

DMP-SW-2

DMP-SW-6

SW-6

2

MODEL NO.’s

DMP-SW-4

SW-4

10

DMP-SW-12

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Washers -Section 9

C h a i n a n d S h a c k l e Wa s h e r

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Shackle Washers ( All Models) 

S.S. Construction to Meet USDA Requirements

(2) ¾ HP Drives (Model SW-4 and SW-6)

Rinse Water Required (¾ Connection)

Manual Hydraulic Lift (Air Optional)

Requires Mounting

Optional Brushes Available - Nylon Straight Bristle - Nylon Twisted Bristle - Silica Carbide Straight Bristle

(Not recommended for plastic shackles)

Shackle (4) Brush Washers (SW-4) 

Suitable for Cut Up Lines

Shackle (6) Brush Washer (SW-6) 

Suitable for Evisceration or Picking Lines

Shackle (6) Brush Washer (SW-6-A) 

Suitable for Evisceration

(6) 12” OD x 12” Long Brushes

Pneumatic Lift Design

Shackle (8) Brush Washer (SW-8) 

Suitable for Evisceration or Picking Lines

(8)12” OD x 12” Long Brushes

Shackle (8) Brush Washer (SW-8-A) 

Suitable for Evisceration or Picking Lines

(8) 12” OD x 12” Long Brushes

*Contact Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590.

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Brushes -Section 9

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348 I-Beam Track Brush  F eatures a Double Thick Layer of Electroplate Zinc with Polymer Topcoat.  Long Lasting Brush Design  Effective Against Dust and Grease  Replaceable Brushes Part No: 70235

348 I-Beam Track Replacement Brush  Fits PN 70235 Assy. ( Shown Above )

Part No: 70200

T-Rail Track Brush

Part No: 30766

Chain and Shackle Washer Spares

Shackle Brushes

Nylon Black Twisted Bristle LG

..……….……….12” O.D. X 10”

Part No: 70208

Nylon Black Twisted Bristle LG

.……….……….12” O.D.. X 12”

Part No: 70209

Nylon Black Straight Bristle LG

………………...12” O.D .X 12”

Part No: 70227

………………12” O.D. X 12”

Part No: 70217

Silica Carbide Straight Bristle

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Hubs & Misc. -Section 9

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Item

70851

18507

Description

Qty.

1

71287

71287

Idler Shaft (1 ½")

1

2 3

70858 70070

70858 70070

Hub Bearing-Lower

1

4

70071

70071

Bearing-Upper

1 1

5

71223

71223

Grease Seal

1

6

70999

70999

Hex Slot Jam Nut

1

7

18254

18254

Cotter Pin

1

8

70290

70290

Dust Cap

1

* Items 8, 4, 2, 3, & 5 can be ordered assembled as Part No. 18249

Standard 5-Bolt Idler Hub Assembly

Part No : 70851

Special Idler Hub Assembly (Mounting Bolts up) (Same as 70851 Except Mounting Bolts UP)

Part No : 18507

*Other Types Available Upon Request, Call Prime Equipment for a Quote at 614-253-8590. Page 9-3


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Heavy Duty 6-Bolt Idler Hub Assembly

Part No : 70852

Item

Part No.

Description

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

HCSS025C0075 LWSS025 33135 33138 33139 17762 33141 33142 33143 33144 33145 33146 33147 25711 HCSS025C0100

Hex Head Cap Screw Lock Washer Shim Shaft Lock Washer Outer Race Grease Fitting Idler Housing Shim Cover Plate Idler Shaft Seal Cover Nut Bearing Threaded Pressure Relief Fitting Hex Head Cap Screw

Qty. 6 10 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4

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Trouble Shooting -Section 10

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Preventive Maintenance & Troubleshooting

rouble

Probable Cause

Action

Chain Excessive chain wear.

Excessive slack chain

Lack of Lubrication.

Lubricate chain.

Sluggish or Frozen trolley wheels.

Lubricate or replace trolleys.

Roller turn roller frozen.

Replace roller turn rollers.

Obstruction in chain path.

Remove obstruction and remove and replace chain if damaged.

Conveyor overloaded.

Conveyor should not be loaded beyond its designed capacities.

Chain growth through normal wear

Adjust take-up and necessary remove links of chain.

Damaged in jam or by obstruction

Remove obstruction and replace damaged trolley bracket with new bracket. Do not attempt to straighten bent brackets.

Dirt or grease residue.

Clean thoroughly or replace if bearings are damaged.

Trolleys Sluggish or frozen trolley wheels Bent trolley brackets

Roller Turns Sluggish or frozen roller turn rollers

I-Beam Turns Excessive wear or peening of flanges at vertical curves Excessive wear on I-beam web.

Excessive chain tension. Bent trolley brackets.

Adjust chain tension. Eccentric Loading.

Replace trolleys.

Load carriers symmetrically.

Take-Up Floating frame movement sluggish or frozen

Spring compression, air pressure or counterweight load too great. Dry or damaged expansion joints. Guide wheels worn or frozen with dirt and grease residue.

Reduce the spring, air or counterweight loading. Lubricate if dry and replace with new expansion joints if damaged. Clean thoroughly or replace if worn.

Drive Decrease in conveyor speed

Drive stops Excessive noise in reducer

Belt slippage Set screws on pulley are loose and causing pulley to rotate on shaft. Overload limit switch. Power failure. Lack of lubrication.

Adjust belt until snug. Align pulley and tighten set screws. Locate and eliminate cause of conveyor jam and restart conveyor. Fill reducer with oil to level plate: or, if needed, change oil. Grease all fittings.

Oil leak. Worn or broken gear or bearing.

Tighten all grease fittings and pipe plugs, clear breather tube opening and add lubricant. Disassemble reducer and replace damaged part.

Motor running above normal temperature

Slapping or pulsating caterpillar chain

Floating frames sluggish or frozen

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Conveyor chain pull excessive

Inspect Chain & trolley Lubrication

Electrical

Inspect electrical wiring and controls.

Bearing failure

Inspect and replace motor.

Motor ventilation obstructed

Clean motor of dust and dirt. Adjust drive take-up unit until chain is snug. (Do not remove any links of caterpillar chain or dogs).

Chain too loose

Conveyor chain or caterpillar chain worn beyond use.

Replace

Obstruction

Remove obstruction and repair or replace any damaged equipment.

Guide wheels worn or frozen with dirt or grease residue

Clean thoroughly or replace if worn too badly.


Maintenance and Check List -Section 10

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Maintenance Log Sheet Conveyor No.

Date of Inspection

Chain Lubrication (Lack of) Excessive wear Chain slack or stretch

Trolleys

Result of Inspection

Parts Replaced or Repaired

Cause of Trouble Mechanics Initials

Traction Wheels Lubrication (Lack of) Bearings (Wear or damage) Rim wear or damage Check hardware Alignment

Lubrication (Lack of) Wheels not turning freely Bent bracket (s) Loose hardware

Drive Lubrication (Lack of) • Cat chain • Machinery components

Track Excessive wear or damage of lower flanges. Excessive wear or damage of web upright. Obstacles on track.

• Bearings (Wear or damage) • Oil level in gear box

Wear Areas • Chain

Roller Turns Lubrication (Lack of) Roller bearing wear Face wear or damage Loose roller hardware Loose bracket hardware

Take Up

• Back-up bar • Back-up rollers • Sprockets Adjustments • Take-ups • Back-up bar • Limit switch

Lubrication (Lack of) Limit switches Roller bearing damage Face wear or damage Loose roller hardware Loose bracket hardware Additional travel remaining Spring (screw) adjustments Expansion joint conditions • Lubrication • Wear • Free movement Ease of floating frame travel

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Warranty -Section 10

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STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1.) GENERAL. These terms and conditions of sale supersede all printed terms and conditions on the purchase order form, if any, of the purchaser specified ("Customer") and all other inconsistent terms submitted by Customer prior to acceptance by Prime Equipment Group, Inc. ("Manufacturer") of the Customer's order and may not be varied unless agreed to in writing by a duly authorized representative of Manufacturer. Failure of Manufacturer to object to the provisions contained in any order or other writing of Customer shall not be construed as a waiver of these terms and conditions of sale or any of them nor an acceptance of any terms and conditions of Customer. Except only as otherwise agreed in writing by a duly authorized representative of Manufacturer, the sale of the products as set forth in these terms and conditions of sale ("Products") are governed only by these standard terms and conditions of sale. Customer shall be deemed to have expressed and accepted these terms and conditions of sale if Customer expressly agrees in writing or accepts any shipment of Products to which these terms and conditions relate subsequent to receipt of these terms and conditions of sale. No sales or other independent representatives of Manufacturer shall have any authority to vary these terms and conditions of sale in any respect or to agree to any additional terms or conditions. 2.) PRICES. Manufacturer's sale of Products is made according to the applicable price schedule or other price quotation of Manufacturer as from time to time in effect as confirmed by acceptance by Manufacturer of Customer's orders. Prices quoted are F.O.B. Manufacturer's plant or such other place specified by Manufacturer. All prices quotations issued by Manufacturer are for a period of sixty (60) days unless otherwise indicated therein by Manufacturer. EXCEPT ONLY AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION, PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Price quotations based on estimated or projected quantities are subject to increase in the event that actual quantities purchased during this specified period are less than the estimated or projected quantities. Manufacturer's prices do not include any applicable sales, use or other taxes and the amount of any such taxes which Manufacturer may be required to pay or collect may be added to each invoice or separately invoiced by Manufacturer to Customer. 3.) PAYMENT. Each shipment shall be considered a separate transaction and payment shall be made accordingly. Unless otherwise stipulated in writing by Manufacturer, payment for Products shall be made on the basis of net cash, initial 50% of total at time of order, additional 40% prior to shipment and final 10% upon receipt. If in the judgment of Manufacturer, the financial condition of the Customer at any time does not justify the making of any shipment on the terms specified herein, Manufacturer may make a shipment only on a C.O.D. or cash in advance basis, suspend performance or revoke the acceptance of Customer’s order. Shipments not made pending payment by customer shall be held at the risk and expense of the Customer. As liquidated damages, Customer shall pay 1.5 percent (1.5%) per month on past due invoices, not to exceed the maximum rate allowed by law until outstanding invoices are paid in full. 4.) DELIVERY. Title and risk of loss shall pass to the Customer, F.O.B. – Manufacturer’s plant or such other point of delivery of the Products by Manufacturer to the common carrier. Notwithstanding any request by Customer, Manufacturer may, without incurring any liability, exercise its own discretion in the method of shipment and the carrier. 5.) LIMITED WARRANTY. Products purchased from Manufacturer are warranted only by the Manufacturer's warranty that the Product provided herein is of their standard quality and operable and that the Product will be free from defects in workmanship and material. The warranty period, for Product sold by Manufacturer and not expressly made subject to a different warranty, is one hundred twenty (120) days from date of receipt by Customer. There is no insurance against or warranty of any type for production loss due to late or damaged Product shipments. The Manufacturer makes no express or implied statutory warranties other than as expressly set forth herein. Manufacturer shall for a period of one hundred twenty (120) days from the date any Product sold hereunder is received by Customer, repair or replace at its option, free of charge and F.O.B. point of manufacture, any nonconforming or defective parts or Product that upon inspection by Manufacturer, are deemed to be nonconforming or defective. Manufacturer shall, however, only be required to repair or replace such parts or Products if Customer (i) owned the nonconforming or defective parts or Product continuously from the original date of delivery, (ii) stored and maintained such parts and Product in accordance with Manufacturer’s recommendations and standard industry practices and (iii) notified Manufacturer in writing of any nonconformance or defective parts or Product within fifteen (15) days following the date the nonconformity or defect became reasonably apparent. Further the obligations of Manufacturer hereunder do not apply to the repair or replacement of Products within the aforementioned warranty period for (a) misuse, negligence or accident, (b) normal maintenance services, (c) normal replacement of service items in connection with such service, (d) normal deterioration due to wear and tear, (e) use of non-manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts. The remedy provided in this Warranty shall be the sole and exclusive remedy of Customer in the event of defective or nonconforming parts or Product, and shall be void if the Product has been altered in any manner or has been moved from its original location without the written approval of the Manufacturer. The repair or replacement of any parts or Products under the foregoing provision does not extend the warranty beyond the warranty period described above. All electric motors, controls and other electrical services and their component parts, hydraulic motors, controls and other hydraulic services and their component parts, pneumatic controls, pneumatic services and other pneumatic components, bearings, gearboxes etc. are not included within this Warranty; the warranty with respect to these parts being limited to the manufacturer of these parts, a copy of which may be obtained from Manufacturer upon request. Customer will be responsible for the shipping/packaging costs associated with the safe and expedient return of warranted parts. The Warranty can only be claimed if genuine Manufacturer spare parts are used for repairs and maintenance of the Product. MANUFACTURER’S UNDERTAKINGS AS CONTAINED IN THIS WARRANTY AS SPECIFIED ABOVE SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER GUARANTY OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN ADDITION, IT IS EXPRESSLY AGREED BETWEEN THE PARTIES THAT THE MANUFACTURER HAS NOT

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MADE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTY AND THERE IS NO AGREEMENT THAT THE PRODUCT PURCHASED HEREUNDER WILL MEET ANY PARTICULAR STANDARD UNLESS CUSTOMER HAS SUPPLIED MANUFACTURER WITH WRITTEN SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRODUCT AND THE MANUFACTURER HAS AGREED IN WRITING THAT THE PRODUCT WILL MEET SPECIFIC STANDARDS SPECIFIED BY THE CUSTOMER. CUSTOMER UNDERSTANDS AND ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE TERMS HEREOF UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN PURCHASE AGREEMENT. NO CLAIM OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO CLAIMS OF NEGLIGENCE AND BREACH OF CONTRACT, WHETHER AS TO PRODUCT DELIVERED OR SERVICES RENDERED OR FOR NON-DELIVERY OF PRODUCT OR NONPERFORMANCE OF SERVICES SHALL BE GREATER THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT OR SERVICES IN RESPECT OF WHICH THE CLAIM IS MADE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, MANUFACTURER’S LIABILITY HEREUNDER SHALL, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE SET FORTH IN THIS QUOTATION. MANUFACTURER SHALL, IN NO EVENT, BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFIT, PERSONAL INJURY, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION AND LOSS OF BUSINESS, EVEN IF MANUFACTURER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND ANY CLAIM BY CUSTOMER TO SUCH DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT, CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE IS HEREBY EXPRESSLY WAIVED AND EXCLUDED. 6.) DELIVERIES; LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Manufacturer will use its best efforts to fill Customer's orders in a timely manner. It is understood, however, that lead time requirements and delivery dates will vary according to manufacturing and other conditions and that all delivery dates are estimates until all engineering approval forms (EAF) and related approval documentation have been signed and returned by the Customer. Manufacturer may affect or delay the delivery date of any shipment based on Customer’s request for work outside the accepted terms of original purchase agreement. Delay in delivery of any shipment shall not relieve Customer of its obligations to accept such shipment or any other shipment. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION DAMAGES BASED UPON LOST GOODWILL, LOST SALES OR PROFITS, WORK STOPPAGE, CONTRACTOR DELAYS, PRODUCT FAILURE, IMPAIRMENT OF OTHER GOODS OR OTHERWISE AND WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. 7.) FORCE MAJEURE. Manufacturer shall not be liable for damages as a result of any delay or failure of delivery due to any cause beyond Manufacturer's control, including, without limitation, acts of God, act of Customer or any of its representatives, statute, ordinance, regulation, order or other governmental action, fire, accident, strike, slowdown, riot, terrorism, war, delay in transportation or inability to obtain necessary labor, materials, fuel or manufacturing locations. In the event of any such delay, the date of delivery shall be extended for a period equal to the time loss by reason of delay and, such delay is caused by act of Customer or any of its representatives, Manufacturer shall be reimbursed for any additional costs arising from such delay. 8.) CANCELLATION. Customer's wrongful non-acceptance nor acceptance of Products or cancellation or repudiation of the order shall entitle Manufacturer to recover, in addition to any incidental damages caused by Customers wrongful non-acceptance, cancellation or repudiation either (i) in the case of Products the risk of loss of which is passed to Customer at the time of non-acceptance, cancellation or repudiation of the order for Products which reasonably cannot be resold by Manufacturer to a third party, the price of such Products, or (ii) in the case of Products not covered by subparagraph (i) or where an action for the price is not otherwise permitted by law, damages equal to the profit (including reasonable overhead) which Manufacturer would have received had Customer fully performed or, at Manufacturer's option, 50% of the contract price as liquidated damages, plus, in the case of special orders, Manufacturer's expense, if any, incurred prior to a receipt by Manufacturer of notice of non-acceptance, repudiation or cancellation by Customer in connection with providing special services, developing special tooling, purchasing special supplies and the like.

Customer's expense provides Manufacturer with full information and assistance as requested by Manufacturer in such defense. Manufacturer reserves the right in the event of any such claim, suit or proceeding to modify or replace any affected Product to eliminate the alleged infringement, to obtain an appropriate license, or to give Customer a full refund of the price of the affected Products in lieu of any other obligation or responsibility hereunder. Manufacturer shall have no liability for any infringement arising out of (i) the combination of any Product with any other product whether or not furnished to Customer by Manufacturer, (ii) the modification of any Product unless such modification was made by Manufacturer, or (iii) any information, data service or application assistance furnished to Customer by Manufacturer. Manufacturer shall not be liable for any costs or expenses incurred without Manufacturer’s written authorization, and in no event shall Manufacturer’s total liability as a result of compliance with the provisions of this paragraph exceed the aggregate sum paid to Manufacturer by Customer for the allegedly infringing Products. The foregoing shall be the entire responsibility of Manufacturer and the sole remedy of Customer with respect to any alleged intellectual property rights infringement or violation in connection with any Product, and Manufacturer shall in no event be liable for loss of use or for any incidental, indirect or consequential damages, whether in contract or in tort, by virtue of any such infringement or violation. No sale of Products hereunder shall be deemed by implication, estoppel or otherwise to constitute a license or other grant to Customer of any proprietary or patent rights of Manufacturer. 12.) PRODUCT LIABILITY INSURANCE. Product liability insurance written by an insurance company licensed to do business in the United States in the amount of not less than $1,000,000.00 combined single limits is being maintained by Manufacturer with respect to the Products. Except to the extent of the applicable coverage of the Product liability insurance, Customer shall have no claim or right against Manufacturer with respect to any suits or claims against Customer by any third persons resulting from the occurrence of any event within the scope of the coverage of insurance (without reference to the dollar amount of coverage) and Manufacturer shall bear no responsibility or liability to Customer with respect to any such suits or claims by any third persons or any injuries, losses, expenses or damages incurred or suffered by Customer as a result thereof. 13.) GOVERNING LAW, SEVERABILITY. The sale of Products by Manufacturer to Customer shall be governed by the laws of state of Ohio. If any provision of these terms or conditions of sale shall be judged by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such adjudication shall not affect or modify any other provision of these terms of sale and the effect thereof shall be confined to the provision as to which such adjudication is made. 14.) EXPORT LICENSES. The Products are being sold to Customer in the United States. Any exporting of Products shall be by Customer not Manufacturer. Accordingly, Customer shall be responsible for, at its own risk and expense, any necessary export license or permit and any other approval or documentation which may be required for or in connection with the export of any Products. 15.) INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS. Manufacturer and Customer are independent contractors, and the relationship created hereby shall be deemed to be that. No third party beneficiary is intended by these terms and conditions of sale. 16.) NON-WAIVER OF COMPLIANCE. No failure by Manufacturer to enforce at any time any provision of these terms and conditions of sale shall be construed as a waiver of Manufacturer's right to act or to enforce each and every such term and condition. 17.) NON-ASSIGNMENT.

Manufacturer reserves the right to change or modify the specifications, design, drawings, and construction of any Products and to substitute other suitable material. If drawings are furnished, they are submitted only to show general style and arrangement of the Products.

Customer may not assign any of the rights or interests under these terms and conditions of sale without the prior written consent of Manufacturer. Any attempted assignment shall be void and be grounds for immediate termination of any obligation to Customer with respect to the sale of the Products set forth in these terms and conditions of sale. Manufacturer may also terminate any obligation to Customer with respect to the sale of the Products set forth in these terms and conditions of sale immediately by notice to Customer if: (a) Customer shall fail to make any payment on the due date or to accept delivery of any shipment; or (b) Customer shall make any assignment for the benefit of creditors; or (c) Customer shall admit in writing its inability to pay its debts as they mature; or (d) A trustee or receiver of all or a substantial part of Customer's assets shall be appointed by any court; or (e) Any bankruptcy or reorganization proceeding shall be instituted by or against Customer; or (f) Customer becomes insolvent or unable to pay its debts as they mature; or (g) Manufacturer has reasonable grounds for insecurity with respect to Customer's performance of its obligations to Manufacturer, and Customer fails to provide to Manufacturer adequate assurance of Customer performance within 30 days of Manufacturer's demand for such assurance. Manufacturer may also terminate any such obligation to Customer on 30 days notice for any failure of Customer to comply with any of its obligations contained in these terms and conditions of sale, provided that such failure shall not have been corrected during such 30-day period.

11.) PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS.

18.) AMENDMENTS.

Customer agrees that Manufacturer shall at its expense defend, or at its option settle, any claim, suit or proceeding brought against Customer on the issue of infringement of any United States patent or copyright in connection with any Product supplied by Manufacturer to Customer in accordance with these terms and conditions of sale. Manufacturer agrees to pay, subject to the limitations herein after set forth in this paragraph, any final judgment entered against Customer on such issue in any such claim, suit or proceeding defended by Manufacturer. Manufacturer's obligations contained in this paragraph shall be subject to the condition that Customer notifies Manufacturer in writing of any such claim, suit or proceeding promptly after Customer shall have received notice or obtains knowledge hereof and, at

These terms and conditions of sale contain the terms and conditions governing the sale of the Product as set forth in these terms and conditions of sale and may not be modified or amended except by an agreement duly executed by the parties.

9.) REGULATORY LAWS AND STANDARDS. Manufacturer makes no promise or representation that the Products shall conform to any federal, state or local laws, ordinances, regulations, codes or standards, except as particularly specified and agreed upon in writing by a duly authorized representative of Manufacturer. Prices do not include the cost or any inspections or permits unless otherwise stated in the formal quotation. 10.) CHANGES AND DRAWINGS.

19.) HEADINGS. The headings contained in these terms and conditions of sale are included for mere convenience of reference and shall not affect the language included herein.


Typical Example of an Overhead Line -Section 11

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Overhead Line Design Parameters

Shackle Idler Corner

Section 2

Section 4

Drivers should be located at the highest possible elevation 180º turn is recommended when possible.

Elevations should be as flat as possible and angles greater than 45º are not recommended.

A second drive may be required for long overhead lines. Typically a drive is recommended for every 400’ of track.

Take-Ups should be located after each drive and as close to the drive as possible.

5-Bolt hubs are standard for corners and drives. 6-Bolt are optional.

Chain and shackle washers are recommended and should be located near the end of the line.

The maximum wheel size should be used when possible for both driver and corners.

Track Types & Elevations

Section 3 Take-Up

Section 5

Chain Types

Section 1

Sprocket

Section 7 Wheel Types

Section 8

Chain & Shackle Washer

Section 9 11-0


Overhead Quote Request Form

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Company Name:

Contact Name:

Shipping Address:

Contact Phone No.: Contact Email:

Submit request to sales@primeequipmentgroup.com Phone 1-614-253-8590 / Fax 1-614-253-6966 Catalog Section

Catalog Section

1

Mat'l / Finish Galvanized or SS

Chain / Trolleys / Pendants:

Total Feet Req'd: (FT) (Sold in 10' length)

SL-348 Bolted

Zinc-Yellow

Zinc-Nickel

X348 I-Pin

Zinc-Yellow

Zinc-Nickel

Log Chain

Zinc-Yellow Zinc-Yellow

Zinc-Nickel Zinc-Nickel

Shackles:

Qty.

2

Part Number

Price Each

Extended Price

Model or Part Number

Price Each

Extended Price

Part Number

Price Each

Extended Price

Part Number

Price Each

Extended Price

Part Number

Price Each

Extended Price

Picking Style Evisceration Style Shackles are typically custom built to meet your requirements. An actual sample or a detailed drawing will be required when the actual order is placed.

Cut-up Style Sizing Style

See Section 2 Page 2-4, fill out values and attach a copy to this request for Shackle Tie Assemblies.

Catalog Section

3

Mat'l / Finish CS Galvanized or SS

Track Type: 348 I-Beam

GALV

SS

458 I-Beam

GALV

SS

2" T-Rail

GALV

SS

GALV

SS

Pipe Track

Catalog Section

3

Elevations:

Qty.

10 degrees

=====> =====> ====> ====>

20 degrees

=====> =====> ====> ====>

22.5 degrees

=====> =====> ====> ====>

30 degrees

=====> =====> ====> ====>

45 degrees

Catalog Section

Frame Type

4 12" 45 degrees 12" 90 degrees 12" 180 degrees 15" 45 degrees 15" 90 degrees 15" 180 degrees 19" 45 degrees 19" 90 degrees 19" 180 degrees 23" 45 degrees 23" 90 degrees 23" 180 degrees 30" 45 degrees 30" 90 degrees 30" 180 degrees 36" 45 degrees 36" 90 degrees 36" 180 degrees

( Sold in sets only) =====> =====> ====> ====>

15 degrees

Smooth Wheel Idler Turns:

Total Straight Length Req'd: (FT)

=====> =====> ====> ====> Mat'l / Enter Qty. of Each Finish Smooth Poly Double Smooth Poly Galvanized (5-Bolt) Smooth Poly (6-Bolt) or SS

I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track

GALV SS GALV SS

I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track

GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV

SS SS SS SS SS SS

I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track I-Beam T-Rail Pipe Track

GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV GALV

SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS

Smooth Steel (5-Bolt)

GALV SS

Poly Wheels are standard in Green, if alternate color is desired please circle the correct color below. 11-1

**Black******Blue******White**


Overhead Request Form -Section 11

Catalog Section

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Gap Wheel Idler Turns:

4

Qty

All Gap wheels 2" centers

11.5" 45 deg

Part Number

Price Each Extended Price

Qty

Part Number

Price Each Extended Price

Qty

Part Number

Price Each Extended Price

Compatible with

11.5" 90 deg 2x18, 4x9, 6x6

11.5" 180 deg 15" 45 deg

Compatible with

15" 90 deg 2x24, 4x12, 6x8

15" 180 deg 19" 45 deg

Compatible with

19" 90 deg 2x30, 4x15, 6x10

19" 180 deg 23" 45 deg

Compatible with

23" 90 deg 2x36, 4x8, 6x12

23" 180 deg

Catalog Section

Take-Ups

5

Size

Turn

Auto Spring Loaded

19"

180 deg

Auto Spring Loaded

23"

180 deg

Auto Air Actuated

19"

180 deg

Auto Air Actuated

23"

180 deg

Size

Teeth

Turn

Direct Drive

23"

12

180 deg

Direct Drive

19"

10

180 deg

Manual

Catalog Section

Overhead Drives

6

See Section 6 Page 6-1, fill out values and attach a copy to this request (Recommended (1) Drive Per 400’ of Chain))

Catalog Section

8

Overhead

Outside Stainless DiameSteel

Zinc Plated

Style

Thickness

Bolt Type

Poly Smooth

1 ½”

5Bolt

Steel Smooth

2”

Color

Black Blue White Green

SW-4

Four Brush Unit

SW-6

Six Brush Unit

SW-8

Eight Brush Unit

Part Number

Price Each Extended Price

Qty

Part Number

Price Each Extended Price

6Bolt

Shackle Washer

Options:

Qty

Brush Type Nylon Black Twisted Bristle Nylon Black Straight Bristle Silica Carbide Straight Bristle Extended Price Include Overhead Installation estimate?

yes

no

All new construction? Replacement?

yes yes

no no

Removal of existing Overhead?

yes

no

A Sketch or Drawing should be included with this request Comments: Total Price

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Order Information -Section 11

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How to Place an Order for Overhead For prompt service use the form below for ordering stock or replacement parts with known part numbers. You can also photo copy this page to use as a quote/order form. Then fax (614-253-6966) or call (614-253 -8590) to Prime parts & Service.

Order Information Item #

Description

Qty.

Comments:

Shipping Info: Name Address City, State Post/ Zip Country Phone / Fax

Company Email

Direct Mail

Once received we will forward a quote to your attention. Preferred method: Email

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"Our mission is to provide value & solutions for our clients through innovation, product quality and service." ˜ Mike Gasbarro

2000 E. Fulton St. Columbus, OH 43205 Tel: (614) 253.8590 Fax: (614) 253.6966

Building 24A, Smolnaya St. Office 917 Moscow, Russia 125445 Tel: +7 (495) 6859564 Fax: +7 (495) 6859564

Rua Cuba, 221 E. Bairro Lider Chapeco SC 89805-225 Brasil Tel: +55 (49) 3328.3322 Fax: +55 (49) 9973.0046

Contact Prime Corporate HQ 2000 E. Fulton St. Columbus, OH 43205 Tel: (614) 253.8590 Fax: (614) 253.6966

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