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What is the reason for conveyor rubber belt top thickness is high

The thickness of the covering layer on the conveyor belt is directly affected by factors such as the abrasion, lumpiness, sharpness of the edges, and the cycle period of the conveyor belt. The thickness of the upper cover layer is related to the following conditions: the sharpness of the material increases, the thickness of the cover layer should increase; the increase in the weight of the material block needs to

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