Replacement Conveyor Shafts
Heavy Loads. Seamless Rotations. High Torque.
Replacement Conveyor Shaft Overview
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As well as producing bespoke conveyor systems, we also supply custom replacement belts and parts to ensure no client sees their assembly line stay offline for an extended period of time. From replacement motors to sprockets, everything is covered if a client comes across a failing element of their conveyor system.
Sadly, it’s inevitable your clients will face some type of issue with their conveyor system at some point. Even with Fluent Conveyors’ best equipment in place, conveyors are going to suffer from wear and tear due to their demanding nature. However, being able to offer a solution at any time will be appreciated by your clients.
Are You Looking For A Easy & Seamless Way To Order A Conveyor Shaft?
Our Process Is Typically Very Lean & Detailed! We Prefer Not To Waste Our Customers Time!
Please Contact Us If You Want Us To Help & You Are Comfortable With The Following:
- Price Can Range For Each Shaft From $500 - $3,000+
- Lead Time of 2 Days – 3 Weeks (Depending on shaft requirements)
- You have visited our resource center and have all the required dimensions
- Have the ability to review & sign approval drawings
- 100% pre-payment before manufacturing. These are made to order per your specifications & can't be returned
- How to repair a broken conveyor shaft?
If you have a broken shaft on your conveyor you may have some much greater issues. You will need to identify what happened to 100% make sure the shaft was not the source of the issue
Please contact your OEM or local sales representative to make sure you don’t have other issues.
- How long will it take to deliver a replacement shaft?
If you have a non-Fluent conveyor and are looking for assistance replacing a shaft we can help. The typical lead times vary but average 2-3 weeks.
Current Fluent machines shafts range on delivery times of 5-7 business days.
- How to replace a shaft on a conveyor belt?
Replacing a conveyor shaft will vary based on the manufacturer, conveyor type etc. The best thing to do is locate your owner's manual or call the manufacturer and ask them exactly the steps you should take to make sure it’s done to their specification.
If this is a Fluent Conveyors machine, please visit our help section and locate your serial number. In that area you will find all the details required to maintain your conveyor up to our specifications.