LVS Mining Services and Projects (Pty) Ltd
Your Journey with us starts here. We specialise in conveyor belt splicing, maintenance and equipment sales. Kindly visit our services page for a full range of our services.
Who are We?
L.V.S Mining Services and Equipment was founded and registered in 2019. We provided an excellent, high quality Conveyor belt splicing services and maintenance all across South Africa. We understand the importance of Conveyor belts in the mining industry. They are used to transport products in a straight line or through changes in elevation or direction. This makes the maintenance of conveyor belts very important and imperative to the industry.
Our services rendered are not limited to conveyor maintenance only.
Hot Splicing is the process to use extreme heat and pressure to bond the two ends of the conveyor belts together. When the materials have cooled down. The joint will be a smooth, seamless and long-lasting splice.
Cold splicing can be used for most conveyor belt applications as it is not necessary to attach any large equpment to the conveyor belt. This is a good solution for low tension operations. We use a bonding agent that causes a chemical reaction. This ensures that cross-connections between different monomer chains are created. It splices the two ends of teh conveyor belts together.
Steel Cord Splicing
Steel Cord Splicing require a Vulcanizer capable of 200psi curing pressure and sized to cure the splice in one heat.
PVC Splicing is the process of combining segments of conveyor belts together. This method is also more cost effective.
Rubber lining is an application method used to protect multiple types of systems by lining corrosion and abrasion resistant rubber upon the surface or inside of pipes and tanks.
Pulley Lagging is the layer of material which is bonded to the shell of a conveyor pulley. Its function is to protect the shell from damage, increase friction with the conveyor belt and dispense water off the pulley.
Primary scrapers, also called Belt cleaners, part of the conveyor, is placed at the head pulley, cleaning the conveyor belt, and thereby avoiding problems with carryback spillage.
Secondary Scrapers are placed on the return side at where the belt leaves the pulley; and functions to as the final cleaner of the belt. It cleans the remaining debris from the primary Scraper
The SC16 Scraper was designedFor effective carry back removal without any risk to the belt, splices or the cleaning system; the best solution is a system of several cleaners.
A pre-cleaner is installed on the face of the discharge pulley to remove the majority of the material adhering to the conveyor belt. One or more secondary cleaners remove the fines that remain past the pre-cleaner: