Belt & Personal Protection

CTS 9000 Infrared Rip Detector
The electronic unit is equipped with a push-button
that starts a wash cycle without stopping the conveyor.
The wash cycle will allow the operator five minutes to clear the lens and the unit will return online automatically.  The total unit consists of 3 IP 66 enclosures mounted on a metal bracket facing each other with the sensing beams, an electronic control unit which is mounted on the bracket facing out, and a special metal tray to catch the falling material.Auto-Wash Mechanism-For Belts 24” to 96”-Minimum Recalibration-High-Impact HousingLink to Technical Data >

CTS 700 BTR Rip & Tear Detector
Two profiled arms connected to the rotary switch will provide 
protection against side wing and center belt tears. Rotary switch
equipped with a mechanical delay to prevent trips from incidental
contact. Once activated, the switch must be manually reset.For Belt 24” to 96”-Detects Side Wing Tears and Center Rips-High-Impact HousingLink to Technical Data >

CTS 700 BL Belt Misalignment Detector
Two upright arms connected to the rotary switch will contact 
misaligned belts and shut down conveyor before damage is done.
Rotary switch equipped with a mechanical delay to prevent trips from incidental misalignment. Once activated, the switch must be manually reset.For Belts 24” to 96”-Bolt-in-Place Installation-Detects Misalignment in Both Directions

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CTS 700 RBL Return Belt Misalignment Detector
Misalignment of the return belt is detected via two downcast arms
which are connected to an electrical switch via glass reinforced
polycarbonate made coupling mechanism.  Should the belt run off to the right or to the left to the extent that it can cause damage to the belt or the conveyor structure, it will come into contact with one of the downcast arms.For Belts 24” to 96”-Bolt-in-Place Installation-Heavy Duty Housing

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CTS 600 BCD Blocked Chute Detector
The CTS 600 BCD blocked chute detector is a tilt-type switch, which iscts600
mounted inside the chute to monitor any blockage in the material
conveyed. Should material start to build up due to a blockage, it will lift the sensing rod which will start to tilt the switch; any tilt to the switch above 15 degrees will cause one of the steel-encapsulated switches to open.  This unit provides a relay interface between a tilt-type probe and the conveyor control system.Urethane-Encapsulated Probe-Adjustable Timer-Corrossion Resistant

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CTS 700 OSU Belt Off Speed Monitor
Belt movements are detected by a roller mounted underneath the troughing belt.
A pulse sensor is mounted on the rollerstructure and monitors the pulses in
‘magnetic proximity mode’.Easy Setup-Zero Speed Monitor Also Available

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CTS 900 AVA Audio/Visual Pre-Start Alarm
The CTS 900 AVA alarm unit is housed in a high impact UV stabilized polycarbonate
enclosure rated to IP 65 degrees of protection.  The unit consists of:- 1 alarm buzzer
rated 105 dB-  Flashing Strobe light-Audio AND Video.Audio AND Visual Alarm-Heavy Duty Housing-Corrossion Proof

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CTS 100 Standard Rotary Switch
Electrical rotary switch allows the switch to be tripped manually.  The
electrical switch is a self-wiping rotary switch (not a micro switch), and
consists of two normally open and two normally closed contacts.  Switch knob is pad lockable in the “Off” position.  Once the switch has been tripped, the Orange colored flag is in the “Up” position to alert maintenance personnel and is lockable.  It must then be manually reset in order to restart the conveyor.Non-Hazardous Environments Only-Self-Wiping Rotary Switch

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CTS 200L Standard W/Trip Light
Electrical rotary switch allows the switch to be tripped manually.  The
electrical switch is a self-wiping rotary switch (not a micro switch), and
consists of two normally open and two normally closed contacts.  Switch knob is pad lockable in the “Off” position.  Once the switch has been tripped, the Blue colored flag is in the “Up” position, is lockable, and the light is illuminated so it can be seen by maintenance personnel.  It must then be manually reset in order to restart the conveyor.Non-Hazardous Environments Only-Self-Wiping Rotary Switch-Trip Indication

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CTS 300PSW Switch W/Pre-Start Alarm
Electrical rotary switch allows the switch to be tripped manually.  The
electrical switch is a self-wiping rotary switch (not a micro switch), and
consists of two normally open and two normally closed contacts.
Switchknob is pad lockable in the “Off” position.  Once the switch
has been tripped, the Blue colored flag is in the “Up” position and is
lockable. Once tripped it must be manually reset to restart the
conveyor. This switch also emits an “Audible” alarm sound
before“Start Up” of the conveyor to warn  maintenance personnel
that the conveyor is about to start.  This switch should only be
used in conjunction with an Arch “CMS Conveyor Monitoring
System” and not as a stand alone switch.Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Environments-Audio/Visual Pre-Start Alarms-Trip Indication LEDs

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CMS 3000-HECU Head End Conrol Unit

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The CTS 3000 is an intelligent, programmable control unit with internal fault diagnostics.  The Head End Control Unit (HECU) controls, monitors, and supervises all safety and belt protection devices.  In addition, it provides a man-machine interface (by liquid crystal display), a fail safe interlock to the motor control center, and a means to transmit information such as conveyor faults to a PLC/DCS control system.  Each fault condition (Pull Cord Switch, etc.) is identified and displayed by name and type on the Touch Screen.  The HECU provides maintenance personnel with the information necessary to locate problems quickly, thus minimizing conveyor downtime.


EMT 50 Metal Detector
The EMT 50 has a 5 percent sensitivity and is engineered for conveyor belts that carry coal, minerals, aggregates and other bulk materials. It can be tuned to ignore conductive or magnetic ores, such as magnetite or pyrite, even if they’re carried by high-tension steel cord belts with rip detection loops. The EMT 50 will still detect small pieces of tramp metal. Its lightweight construction allows for easy assembly and installation, even as a flat-pack, under-belt style. The EMT 50 is available for nearly any belt width. DSC_4123

EMT 100 Metal Detector
Equipped with a 10 percent sensitivity level, the EMT 100 can detect both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It can be used on belts containing metallic repair clips or splices with our optional clip detector. The aperture can be adjusted up to 23.5” to accommodate burden heights up to 19.5.” The lightweight, flexible design also allows the detector aperture to be moved in the field. The EMT 100 is available for belt widths up to 48.”