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Installation InstructionsWEDLOK SpliceFor conveyor and elevator Tel: phone 1-630-971-0150

Wedlok SpliceKit ContentsWedlok splice spare part kitsWedlok Splice Kit No. 2WFor replacement of worn tip and chevronplates on carrying side of the Wedloksplice, spare part kits are available.Leading End Kit—No. 2WL2 sets of tip fasteners4 sets of chevron fastenersTrailing End Kit—No. 2WT6 sets of tail fastenersThis kit contains the following specially designedmaterial for making one splice. For extradurability, top plates are stainless steel; all otherparts are steel.1 set of tip fasteners2 sets of chevron fasteners4 sets of tail fastenersRequired bolts (113/16” /46 mm)Nuts and clipsIllustrated, step-by-step installationinstructions.The Wedlok splice kit and standardNo. 2 Flexco fasteners have 13/16”(30.2 mm) long bolts for belts up to7/8” (22.3 mm) thickness.For belts over 7/8” (22.3 mm) thick, 2-1/4”(57.2 mm) bolts may be ordered separately.Data Table No. 1APPLICATION& RATINGBelt Width2 LeadWhere belt pull per inch of width willnot exceed 400 lbs. per inch or theapproximate meter horsepower usedper inch of belt width at 500 F.P.M. is 5or less.Extra beltlength req’dfor splice2½ LeadWhere belt pull per inch of width willnot exceed 500 lbs. per inch or theapproximate meter horsepower usedper inch of belt width at 500 F.P.M. isbetween 5 and 6.Number Distance “X” Extra beltof No. 2 (see step 9, Fig. 9) length req’dfor 450—— —2460048121938——11¾ 298.453 LeadWhere belt pull per inch of width willnot exceed 700 lbs. per inch or theapproximate meter horsepower usedper inch of belt width at 500 F.P.M. isbetween 6 and 8.Number Distance “X” Extra beltof No. 2 (see step 9, Fig. 9) length req’dFlexcofor ��—13⅝ 346.08Number Distance “X”of No. 2 (see step 9, Fig. 9)Flexcofastenersin.mmneeded*5413724015⅝ 396.887218296215¼ 387.35307506015245211¾ 298.457519056414¼ 361.9590228680369007218006612⅞ 327.039022868214½ 368.3010827431021216406.4014⅞ 377.8342105084213480304.80105266710014⅛ 358.78126320012215⅝ 396.884812009624389412⅛ 307.98120304811813⅝ 346.08144365814414⅝ 371.48541350108274310812⅛ 307.98135342913613¼ 336.55162411516415⅞ 403.23601500120304812211⅝ 295.28150381015214¾ 374.65180457218614½ 368.30721800144365815012⅝ 320.68180457218813¾ 349.25216548622615¾ 400.05Dist. T**1½" (38 mm)2¾” (70 mm)2¾” (70 mm)* Figures indicate the number of No. 2 Flexco fasteners needed. Tip, Chevron, & Tail fasteners are not included and must be ordered separately. Each jointrequires 1 set of tip fasteners, 2 sets of Chevron fasteners, and 4 sets of tail fasteners.** Distance “T” is area not cut at point of V tip as shown in Fig. 4—3—

Wedlok SpliceAssembled Splice“X”DO NOT PUNCH ANY HOLES NEARERTHAN “X” INCHES FROM TAIL ENDWITH SIDE TEMPLET.SEE TABLE NO. 1FOR DISTANCE “X”.“X”Cutting Diagram for Trailing EndSee TableNo. 1 For“T” ValueDO NOTCUT TOV POINTFig. Tel: 1-800-541-8028—4—

Wedlok SpliceFig. 1Instructions1. Choose lead, length “L”, and number offasteners needed for Wedlok splice fromApplication Table No. 1.2. Pull belt up to desired position aroundpulleys and clamp as shown in Fig. 3. Putclamps far enough apart allowing plenty ofroom for length “L” of V-shaped Wedloksplice. It is recommended that a woodenbase plate, such as a piece of 3/4” (19 mm)plywood, be placed under the belting as a flatlevel bench on which to do all layoutand cutting.3. Draw centerline on both trailing andleading ends of belt between clamps.Fig.3—5—

Wedlok SpliceInstructionsDATA TABLE NO. 2LEADTin.mmin.mm2501½382½642¾703762¾704. Layout and cut TRAILING END of beltinto Wedlok Splice V-shape as per cuttingdiagrams, Fig. 4 and Fig. 2. Use a No. P2PFlexco punch for hand operation or an HP2Flexco punch for power application andpunch holes at corners of tip as shown. Theseholes facilitate in cutting the splice at the tip.Fig.45. Lay already cut TRAILING END on top ofleading end. Line up the centerlines of bothends and trace shape of TRAILING ENDon leading end as shown in Fig. 5. Use P2PFlexco punch and punch holes at corners oftip on leading end of belt as shown in Fig. 5ato facilitate cutting splice at tip.Fig.5aFig.56. Cut the marked shape of the leading end toexactly fit the “V” of the trailing end as shownin Fig. 67. Put the ends together as shown in Fig. 7 ina snug fit and hold in position by nailing tosupporting wood panel.8. Punch tip holes using tip templet as shownin Fig. 8. Position tip templet by placingtemplet centerline on top of belt centerlineand lining Notch C of the templet with theend of the splice cut as shown in Fig. 8. Nailtemplet into position. Use a No. HP2 Flexcopunch and punch holes in the belt. Do notremove the tip templet. The edge A-B is usedfor proper positioning of the side templet.Fig.69. Punch side holes using side templet asshown in Fig. 9. Position side templet byplacing lugs on the templet in the splice cut,the pointed end of the templet facing towardsthe tip end of the splice, and the arrows on thetemplet pointing in the direction of the edgeof the belt. Butt the pointed end of the templetagainst the previously positioned tip templet.Nail in position and punch holes in the beltwith a No. HP2 Flexco punch. Move sidetemplet to finish remaining side holes beingcareful not to punch any pair of holes nearerthan “X” inches from tail end. Use a Flexcobolt as a guide pin to locate new position ofside templet. See Table No. 1 for values of “X”for lead and width of Tel: 1-800-541-8028—6—

Wedlok SpliceInstructionsDo not remove side templet after last pairof side holes have been punched closest tothe “X” dimension. See Table No. 1.The square end of the side templet G isused for the proper positioning of the tailtemplet, Fig. 10.10. Punch tail holes using tail templet. Positiontail templet by lining edge “H” (Fig. 10) of tailtemplet with edge of belt cover and the centerlineof edge “G” of tail templet in line with thesplice joint cut so that point “G” butts againstthe square edge of the side templet as shown inFig. 10. Nail templet in place and punch holesthrough belt.Fig.811. Repeat steps 9 and 10 complete the other sideof the V splice.12. At tip of V, fill crack with rubber cement.13. While installing all fasteners, including tail,tip, and chevron fasteners, extra care shouldbe taken to have cut edges meet in a smoothlevel joint (no offset). Tighten by using a No.S2S Flexco wrench for hand operation or theHW2 Flexco wrench with air or electric impacttools. It is recommended that fastener bolts betightened down to 120 to 150 inch pounds oftorque. After all nuts have been tightened, breakoff the protruding ends of the bolts with two No.112 Flexco bolt breakers. Pein or grind down anyburrs.Fig.914. Cut sharp trailing tip on leading end of belt1-1/2” (38 mm) from last tail fastener and at a45 angle as shown in Fig. 11.15. After all bolts are tight, it may be desirable torubber cement any exposed edges at leading andtrailing ends.Fig.1016. Belt is ready to run as soon as clamps areremoved and way is clear.17. All Wedlok splices covered by theseinstructions can be made with a single set ofWedlok templets consisting of one each of tip,side, and tail templets. Only one size of Flexcofastener is required for all tension ratings andbelt thicknesses 5/16” (8 mm) and over. No. 2Flexco fasteners are available in boxes containing25 sets. Top plates of stainless steel and bottomplates, bolts, and nuts of steel are recommended.Fig.11—7—Move side templet to finish remaining sideholes but do not punch any pairs of holesnearer than “X” inches from tail end.

Wedlok Splice2525 Wisconsin Avenue Downers Grove, IL 60515-4200 U.S.A.Telephone: (630)-971-0150 Fax: (630)-971-1180 E-mail: Web: www.flexco.comAustralia: 61-2-9680-3322 China: 86-21-33528388 England: 44-1274-600-942 Germany: 49-7428-9406-0India: 91-44-4354-2091 Mexico: 52 -55- 5674-5326 Singapore: 65-6281-7278 South Africa: 27-11-608-4180 2011 Flexible Steel Lacing Company. Wedlok is a registered trademark. 11-11. For reorder: X0242 01/08-5. For Reorder: X0000—8—

splice, spare part kits are available. Leading End Kit—No. 2WL 2 sets of tip fasteners 4 sets of chevron fasteners Trailing End Kit—No. 2WT 6 sets of tail fasteners The Wedlok splice kit and standard No. 2 Flexco fasteners have 13/ 16” (30.2 mm) long bolts for belts up to 7/8” (22.3 mm) thickness.

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