Profession V-belt builder
V-belt builders form V-belts out of calendered rubber rolls. They measure the amount of rubber needed and cut it with scissors. V-belt builders brush rubber cement on sides of the belt. They put belts on the drum to compress materials together and cut the belt to specified width with a knife.
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- Prepare rubber plies
Prepare the rubber or gum plies for further processing by pulling them from rolls to the letoff rack and arranging them on the table, measured and aligned according to specifications.
- Brush rubber cement
Brush rubber cement on closures and valves or on the sides of the already processed rubber plies.
- Place V-belts on rack
Place the V-belts on rack after collapsing the drum where the belts were cut.
- Bond rubber plies
Bond plies by insert the finished belt between the pressure rollers and rolling the belt onto the windup rack.
- Thread cemented belts
Thread through the lathe guide the cemented belt cord, spotting the end edge of the base rubber on the drum.
- Fabricate V-belts
Fabricate V-belts by building up plies of rubber and filler.
- Measure materials
Measure the raw materials prior to their loading in the mixer or in machines, ensuring they conform with the specifications.
- Monitor valves
Monitor and accordingly adjust the valves in order to allow a specific amount of liquids (such as ammonia sulfuric acid or viscous soap) or steam into the mixer or machine.
- Cut rubber plies
Cut the ply to required length using the scissors of knife and bond the plies together with rollers and stitchers.
- Set-up drum for rubber
Set-up the drum for rubber pressing by turning the wheel so that the required circumference and sizes are met.
Optional knowledge and skillsmaintain equipment operate forklift operate calender machine mechanics fasten rubber goods inspect quality of products report defective manufacturing materials
Source: Sisyphus ODB