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K-Rotabrush® – A complete clean, without the wear

For stubborn material carryback, the K-Rotabrush® Conveyor Belt Cleaner is your solution to
ensure excess fugitive material will be effectively removed from the underside of the return

Carryback build up on conveyor hardware can cause belt mistracking, as well as conveyor
belt and structural damage. Material spillage may occur, which presents a potential slipping
and tripping hazard. Fugitive material can also bury idlers, conveyor components, or structural
supports – This requires expensive clean-up labour and replacement parts.

K-Rotabrush® cleans thoroughly, without compromising belt wear

The rotary action of either nylon or rubber bristles, as well as the *new* Polyurethane
bristle option, sweeps wet, dry, sticky, hydroscopic, statically charged and abrasive conveyed
materials off the conveyor belt. It is suitable for difficult applications such as salt, sugar,
fertiliser, timber and cement dust.

The K-Rotabrush® Conveyor Belt Cleaner is well suited to areas where space limitations
apply. Often carryback occurs in awkward spaces that are difficult to safely reach; any manual
labour allocated to remove the carryback is at risk of injury. The compact K-Rotabrush® will
take care of the cleaning safely and effectively. It is simple to install, and maintenance is

Kinder Australia can supply K-Rotabrush® alongside a wide variety of Belt Cleaning System
Products to South Africa. The Kinder global field team have accumulated extensive conveyor
componentry product knowledge and heavy process/mining industry know-how and are also
well equipped to handle conveyor improvement, material flow and anti-wear improvement

Removing carryback is easy for Kinder’s K-Rotabrush® Conveyor Belt Cleaner – providing a
complete clean, without the wear.

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