Pulley Lagging


Luff offers a variety of lagging options to its customers including rubber lagging, ceramic lagging, and strip lagging. Choosing the correct type of lagging for the application is very important and can add significant life to a pulley if selected and applied correctly.

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Luff offers a variety of pulley lagging including rubber, ceramic lagging, and weld-on lagging. ughtop, and Ceramic.

Rubber Lagging
50/60 durometer, shore A SBR rubber lagging is bonded directly to the pulley rim. Chevron, Herringbone and Diamond Groove are all available. Rubber lagging with a smooth finish can also be supplied. If grooving is required, direction of rotation is required. Rubber lagging prevents slippage by shedding moisture and adds a layer of protection against wear and debris build-up on the pulley face.

Richwood Redi-Lagg
Richwood Redi-Lagg is available in a full line of rubber weld-on lagging and ceramic weld-on lagging to cover most applications. Redi-Lagg-R has an aggressive tread pattern, providing a superior belt gripping power and longer service life. Redi-Lagg-C is made with the same industry leading technology used in Richwood Combi-Lagg ceramic lagging, providing 4 times longer wear than rubber lagging. Available in lengths up to 72” long and 1/2” and 3/4” thickness. Standard SBR and anti-static, oil resistant and fire retardant rubber blends are available.

Ceramic Lagging
Richwood Combi-Lagg and Combi-Grip lagging uses Richwood R2000LS premium rubber compound and ceramic tiles with raised nubs to provide maximum grip, preventing belt slippage. Combi-Lagg & Combi-Grip provide higher friction values, improved belt tracking, and eliminates ice build-up in colder climates. There is less pulley wear, minimizing downtime and maintenance costs.

Direct Bond Ceramic Lagging
Ceramic tiles are bonded directly to the steel surface using the patented MultoLag high tensile flexible bonding system. The bonding system offers installed shear strength of >25 MPa. The tiles do not wear, reducing downtime and operating costs. Drive pulleys use high density ceramic tiles with studs to maintain maximum traction in all conditions. The studs have rounded edges to prevent belt wear and dewatering grooves help dissipate water and dirt, to maintain belt traction in wet or muddy conditions. Non-drive ceramic tiles are smooth, reducing friction and wear on both pulley shell and conveyor belt.

Wing Pulley Lagging
A blend of natural and SBR vulcanized to a 12-gauge steel channel. Engineered for maximum traction in both directions, allowing Luff Wing Lagging to be utilized on reversing belts.

  • Reduce belt and pulley wear
  • Can be used on reverse belt conveyors (two directions)
  • Decrease downtime
  • Reduce maintenance costs
  • Prevent spillage
  • Fits flat and crowned pulley
  • Can be replaced without removing pulley

Industry leading warranty

Luff Industries Ltd. warrants that the products it manufactures are free from defects in material and workmanship, when used under normal operating conditions. The duration of this warranty is 24 months from the date of delivery, or 2,000 hours of operation, whichever occurs first.

If a defect is found to arise from manufacturing, the customer must notify Luff Industries Ltd. in writing, within 30 days from the date of failure before proceeding with repairs or returning the product. Luff Industries Ltd. will correct any defect in materials or workmanship by repair or replacement of the defective product. Luff Industries Ltd. shall not be responsible, under any circumstances, for more than the cost of repair or replacement of the defective product. Non-compliance of the above conditions can void the warranty and Luff Industries Ltd. will not be responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing the product.