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125 Series Standard Conveyors

Specifications

• Width 2” to 24”
• Length 24” to 144”
• Profile 1.89” high
• Drive Pulley 1.31” Diameter
• Load Carrying Capacity to 450 lbs.*
• Speed Range up to 225 fpm
*See Technical Data on page 10

Overview Dimensions

6.13
.75
.42

W + .31 = W - .10 =
FRAME WIDTH BELT WIDTH W + 2.33

Note: As in all
industries, technical
.50 DIA. 1.00 SHAFT
specifications will 1/8 SQ. KEY LENGTH
change with 1.89 *
technology updates.
Please contact
factory or see
www.qcindustries.com .75
for the most up-to- .82 L - 2.00 = CENTER DISTANCE .88
date drawings.
L - .31 = OVERALL LENGTH

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.


8 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Features & Benefits

Conveyor

• Low profile design provides tight product transfers and the ability to fit into space-constrained
areas
• Single piece 10-gauge steel framework is laser cut and formed to create a single-body frame
construction, ensuring frame integrity
• Tight tolerance belting and our unique snap-out sealed tail assembly provide for a quick belt
change (less than 5 minutes) that is normally achieved without having to remove the drive
packages or side rails
• High tensile strength belts offer superior strength-to-weight ratio and are available in over
50 various types
• All components in our conveyors are produced on state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment

Tail Assembly Drive Assembly


• Single point belt tension is achieved through a snap-in eccentric tail • Straight knurl design used to prevent premature wear on the carcass of
assembly designed to pull through the natural elongation characteristics of the belt and still provide superior grip to overcome start-up inertia
the belt and provide quick and easy belt change capacity
• Crowned sealed drive assembly
• Crowned sealed tail assembly is designed to promote excellent belt designed to promote superior belt
tracking and is equipped with superior needle bearings with seals that are tracking, and is equipped with superior
filled with high performance grease needle bearings with seals that are
filled with high performance grease
• Thrust washers designed into the tail
assembly provide axial float, which allows • Thrust washers designed into the
the assembly to move with the natural drive assembly provide axial float,
camber of the belt and protect bearings which allows the assembly to move
against off-center load conditions with the natural camber of the belt and
protect bearings against off-center load conditions
• Grease fitting design in the tail assembly allows for lubrication of bearings
while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero down time during • Discreet needle fitting lubrication points in each bearing housing allows for
lubrication lubrication of bearings while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero
down time during lubrication
• Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed tail assembly,
providing optimal conditions to move the heaviest loads in low profile • Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed bearing
conveyors assemblies that are piloted on body fitted studs, providing optimal
conditions to move the heaviest loads in low profile conveyors
• Eccentric tracking bushing allows for single point tracking control at the
idler end of the conveyor • Threaded tracking adjustment points provide simple responsive belt
tracking that retain settings, even during belt removal
• Drive pulley is available in solid output design, dual solid output
design, or hex through shaft design

QC Industries 513.753.6000 9
125 Series Standard Conveyors

Technical Data

Each of the myriad of applications that exist requires certain performance


characteristics from the conveyor. QC Industries has developed a sizing Load Carrying Capacity - Figure 10-A
system that condenses all of these parameters into a common factor, namely
equivalent load. 500
450 450
A conveyor application that is accumulating a 5-pound load, for example,
demands the conveyor to carry more than 5 pounds. As such, we have 400
developed certain factors to add to the load that the conveyor needs to carry. 350
300
300
Follow the five steps below to determine the equivalent load your application 250
requires. The result will then be used to help choose the gearmotor 250 225
Lbs.
200
arrangement that will provide the correct torque. 200
175
150 150 150
125
100 100
1. Nominal Load 1. 100 75 75
87.5
50 50 50
25 37.5
Enter the total load in pounds the conveyor must carry. For example, (12) 0
cartons weighing 10 pounds each would have a total nominal load of 120 lbs. 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Belt Width
Use Figure 10-A to cross-reference the width conveyor you desire with the
nominal load you need to carry (to ensure it can carry the load). Each conveyor Pulling (Drive Location A&B) Pushing (Drive Location C&D)
width listed shows a total load carrying capacity for both drive pushing and drive Note: See page 11
pulling applications. Enter nominal load (in pounds) on Line One. Above load carrying capacities are for both drive pushing and pulling applications.
Note: for drive pushing applications, decrease load capacity of conveyor by 1/2.

2. Accumulation 2.
If the application does not have an accumulating load, enter zero on Line Two.
Otherwise, multiply the nominal load from Line One times an accumulation Incline/Decline Load Factors - Figure 10-B
factor. (0.2 for accumulation belts listed on page 20 and 0.3 for MAA standard
urethane). Enter result on Line Two.
3.0 3.1
3.0
2.9
3. Incline/Decline [Factor] x [Load] = 3.
Equivalnt Load Constant

2.8
2.5 2.6
2.5
Some applications require an incline or decline. If the application does not 2.3
2.0 2.1
require an incline or decline, enter zero on Line Three. For inclining or
declining applications, choose a factor from Figure 10-B based upon the 1.8
1.5 1.6
angle of incline then multiply that factor by the total nominal load from Line
One. Enter result on Line Three. 1.4
1.0 1.1
0.8
4. Side Seals 4. 0.5 0.6
0.3
If the application does not call for side rails with seals to prevent small 0.0 0.0
parts from getting under the rail, enter zero on Line Four. Otherwise,
multiply the conveyor length in feet by 5. The side rails can be found on Angle 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
page 22. Example: 96" long conveyor with side seals would have a factor Factor 0.0 0.3 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.1 2.3 2.5 2.6 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.1
of 40 (8 x 5). Enter result on Line Four.

**Verify Load Capacity:


After adding lines one through four together, please reference
Figure 10-A to ensure that the conveyor width you desire will
STOP carry the sum of Lines One through Four. If the sum is greater
than the load capacity listed for the width you have chosen,
Conveyor Friction - Figure 10-C
please choose a wider conveyor or consult factory. 200
168

5. Conveyor Friction 5. 150


132
Equivalent Load

All conveyors have a certain amount of friction that must be added to the 96
nominal load. To determine how much additional load must be factored in, 100 84
add 4 to the conveyor width in inches, then multiply by 6, or simply choose 72
the value from Figure 10-C. Enter result on Line Five. 60
48
50 42
36

Equivalent Load (lbs) SUM (1-5) lbs. 0


Conveyor Width 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Write down the equivalent load on your application assistance form (pages
116-117). The equivalent load will be needed to properly size a gearmotor Frictional Load 36 42 48 60 72 84 96 132 168
for the conveyor. (See pages 30-37)

Next, proceed to the next page to construct the conveyor part number.

10 QC Industries 513.753.6000
How to Order

125 Series Standard


Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

Drive Location
Construction

Drive Pulley
Frame Style
Drive Type

Tail Pulley
Length
Length
Length
Frame
Series

Width
Width

Belt
Belt
Belt
1 E S H - - -

Step 1

Series Drive Type Construction Frame Frame Style

B = 1.81” Powder Coat (Beige)


1 = 125 E = End Drive S = Standard H = Straight Frame
E = 1.81” Stainless Steel
Custom colors available - Contact factory

Step 2

Widths Lengths*
2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 18” 24” 24” 36” 48” 60” 72” 96” 120” 144”
02 03 04 06 08 10 12 18 24 024 036 048 060 072 096 120 144
*Contact factory for special lengths

Step 3

Drive Location Drive Pulley Type Tail Pulley Type


D d d
C ar Cap 1/2” Dia* ar
an
d S an
d
Standard Q
St Solid Output Shaft St
n n
io 41 io 43
pt g. Thru 1/2” Hex pt g.
Oep H Oep Rolling Nosebar R
se Hex Input se

A n n
B io 41 io 42
pt g. 1/2” Dia* 1/2” Dia* pt g. Detectable D
A&B are drive pulling Oep D Oep
C&D are drive pushing se Dual Output se
* 1/8” sq. key included
Step 4

Choose three-digit belt ordering code on pages 20-21. As standard, we assemble the conveyor,
track the pre-tensioned belt and quality
check every conveyor before we ship to
Example: 1ESBH02-048-ASQ-MAA the customer. Accessories such as Drives,
125 Series conveyor with standard construction and 1.81” powder coated frame. Stands, Mounts, and Guides are
Conveyor measures 2” wide by 48” long with solid output pulley and standard tail pulley. packaged separately and are shipped
The drive output shaft is in the A position. The conveyor has a standard urethane belt. unassembled with the conveyor to prevent
damage during shipment. Complete
Optional: Snap-In Wiper is used with smooth surfaced, low friction belts for residue assembly can be provided upon request;
removal. This item snaps into the underside of the conveyor frame and can be installed please contact our factory for details.
at either end of the conveyor. Shown here on the drive end.
To Order:
Fill in the last two digits of the part number with the conveyor width Note: proceed to page 22 to
Part Number: 125-0192-WW continue sizing your conveyor...
Example: 125-0192-08
Snap-In Wiper for an 8” wide conveyor

QC Industries 513.753.6000 11
125 Series Cleated Conveyors

Specifications

• Width 2” to 24”
• Length 24” to 144”
• Profile 1.89” high
• Drive Pulley 1.31” Diameter
• Load Carrying Capacity to 450 lbs.*
• Speed Range up to 225 fpm
• Multiple Cleat Heights Available
*See Technical Data on page 14

Overview Dimensions

.75 6.13
.42

W + 2.33

Note: As in all
industries, technical W - 1.37 =
CLEAT WIDTH .50 DIA. 1.00 SHAFT
specifications will CLEAT HEIGHT
SEE PAGE 51 1/8 SQ. KEY LENGTH
change with 1.89 *
technology updates.
Please contact
factory or see
www.qcindustries.com .75
for the most up-to- .82 L - 2.00 = CENTER DISTANCE .88
date drawings.
L - .31 = OVERALL LENGTH

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.


12 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Features & Benefits

Conveyor

• Low profile design provides tight product transfers and the ability to fit into space-constrained
areas
• Single piece 10-gauge steel framework is laser cut and formed to create a single-body frame
construction, ensuring frame integrity
• Tight tolerance belting and our unique snap-out sealed tail assembly provide for a quick belt
change (less than 5 minutes) that is normally achieved without having to remove the drive
packages or side rails
• High tensile strength cleated belts offer superior strength-to-weight ratio and are available in
various styles and heights. Cleats are always high frequency welded to customer desired spacing
and never glued to the top surface of the belt
• All components in our conveyors are produced on state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment

Corrugated sides
available with
1 inch cleats
Multiple cleat sizes and styles available
See page 15 Step 4 for options

Tail Assembly Drive Assembly


• Single point belt tension is achieved through a snap-in eccentric tail • Straight knurl design used to prevent premature wear on the carcass of
assembly designed to pull through the natural elongation characteristics of the belt and still provide superior grip to overcome start-up inertia
the belt and provide quick and easy belt change capacity
• Crowned sealed drive assembly
• Crowned sealed tail assembly is designed to promote excellent belt designed to promote superior belt
tracking and is equipped with superior tracking, and is equipped with superior
needle bearings with seals that are filled needle bearings with seals that are
with high performance grease filled with high performance grease
• Thrust washers designed into the tail • Thrust washers designed into the drive
assembly provide axial float, which allows assembly provide axial float, which
the assembly to move with the natural allows the assembly to move with the natural camber of the belt and protect
camber of the belt and protect bearings against off-center load bearings against off-center load conditions
conditions
• Discreet needle fitting lubrication points in each bearing housing allows for lubrication of
• Grease fitting design in the tail assembly allows for lubrication of bearings bearings while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero down time during lubrication
while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero down time during
lubrication • Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed bearing
assemblies that are piloted on body fitted studs, providing optimal conditions
• Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed tail assembly, to move the heaviest loads in low profile conveyors
providing optimal conditions to move the heaviest loads in low profile
conveyors • Threaded tracking adjustment points provide simple responsive belt
tracking that retain settings, even during belt removal
• Eccentric tracking bushing allows for single point tracking control at the
idler end of the conveyor • Drive pulley is available in solid output design, dual solid output design,
or hex through shaft design

QC Industries 513.753.6000 13
125 Series Cleated Conveyors

Technical Data

Each of the myriad of applications that exist requires certain performance Load Carrying Capacity - Figure 14-A
characteristics from the conveyor. QC Industries has developed a sizing 500
system that condenses all of these parameters into a common factor, namely 450
equivalent load. 450
400
A conveyor application that is carrying a 5-pound load, for example, demands 350
the conveyor to carry more than 5 pounds. As such, we have developed 300
certain factors to add to the load that the conveyor needs to carry. 300
250
250 225
Lbs.
Follow the three steps below to determine the equivalent load your 200 200
application requires. The result will then be used to help choose the 175
150 150 150
gearmotor arrangement that will provide the correct torque. 125
100 100 100
75 87.5
75
50 50 50
25 37.5
0
1. Nominal Load 1. 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Belt Width
Pulling (Drive Location A&B) Pushing (Drive Location C&D)
Enter the total load in pounds the conveyor must carry. For example, (12)
Note: See page 15
cartons weighing 10 pounds each would have a total nominal load of 120 lbs. Above
Use Figure 14-A to cross-reference the width conveyor you desire with the Aboveload
loadcarrying
carryingcapacities
capacitiesare
arefor
forboth
bothdrive
drivepushing
pushingand
andpulling
pullingapplications.
applications.
Note:
Note:for
fordrive
drivepushing
pushingapplications,
applications,decrease
decreaseload
loadcapacity
capacityofofconveyor
conveyorby by1/2.
1/2.
nominal load you need to carry (to ensure it can carry the load). Each
conveyor width listed shows a total load carrying capacity for both drive pushing
and drive pulling applications. Enter nominal load (in pounds) on Line One.

Incline/Decline Load Factors - Figure 14-B


2. Incline/Decline [Factor] x [Load] = 2.
3.0 3.1
3.0
2.9
Some applications require an incline or decline. If the application does not
Equivalnt Load Constant

2.8
require an incline or decline, enter zero on Line Two. For inclining or 2.5 2.6
2.5
declining applications, choose a factor from Figure 14-B based upon the 2.3
angle of incline then multiply that factor by the total nominal load from Line 2.0
2.1
One. 1.8
1.5 1.6
Enter result on Line Two. 1.4
1.0 1.1
0.8
0.5 0.6
**Verify Load Capacity:
0.3
After adding lines One and Two together, please reference
0.0 0.0
Figure 14-A to ensure that the conveyor width you desire will
STOP carry the sum of Lines One through Two. If the sum is greater
than the load capacity listed for the width you have chosen, Angle 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
please choose a wider conveyor or consult factory. Factor 0.0 0.3 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.1 2.3 2.5 2.6 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.1

3. Conveyor Friction 3.
Conveyor Friction - Figure 14-C
All conveyors have a certain amount of friction that must be added to the
nominal load. To determine how much additional load must be factored in, 200
add 4 to the conveyor width in inches, then multiply by 6, or simply choose 168
the value from Figure 14-C.
132
150
Enter result on Line Three.
Equivalent Load

96
100 84
72
60
Equivalent Load (lbs) SUM (1-3) lbs. 50 42
48
36

Write down the equivalent load on your application assistance form (pages
0
116-117). The equivalent load will be needed to properly size a gearmotor
for the conveyor. (See pages 30-37) Conveyor Width 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Frictional Load 36 42 48 60 72 84 96 132 168
Next, proceed to the next page to construct the conveyor part number.

14 QC Industries 513.753.6000
How to Order

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5

Drive Location
Construction

Drive Pulley
Frame Style

# of Cleats
# of Cleats
# of Cleats
Drive Type

Tail Pulley
Length
Length
Length
Frame
Series

Width
Width

Belt
Belt
Belt
1 E S H - - -

Step 1
Series Drive Type Construction Frame Frame Style

B = 1.81” Powder Coat (Beige) H = Straight Frame


1 = 125 E = End Drive S = Standard
E = 1.81” Stainless Steel
Custom colors available - Contact factory

Step 2

Widths Lengths*
2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 18” 24” 24” 36” 48” 60” 72” 96” 120” 144”
02 03 04 06 08 10 12 18 24 024 036 048 060 072 096 120 144
*Contact factory for special lengths

Step 3

Drive Location Drive Pulley Type Tail Pulley Type


D d d
C ar Cap 1/2” Dia* ar
an
d S an
d
Standard Q
St Solid Output Shaft St
n n
io 41 io 42
pt g. Thru 1/2” Hex pt g. Detectable D
Oep H Oep
se Hex Input se

A n
B io 41
pt g. 1/2” Dia* 1/2” Dia*
A&B are drive pulling Oep D
C&D are drive pushing se Dual Output
* 1/8” sq. key included
Step 4

Choose a base belt material and cleat height

Base Belt Material 5mm 19mm 1/2” 3/4” 1” w/corr. sides 1” 2” 3”


MAA (Standard Urethane) CAB CAD CAE CAF CAH CAG CAI CAK
UAC (White Urethane) CBB CBD CBE CBF CBH CBG CBI CBK

Note 1: All belts must have a cleat indent of width minus 1.37”, except 1” cleats with corrugated sidewall. That cleat indent is width minus 3.62”
Note 2: Cleated belts are intended for use in conjunction with indented or adjustable guides (see page 23)
As standard, we assemble the conveyor,
track the pre-tensioned belt and quality
Step 5 check every conveyor before we ship to
the customer. Accessories such as Drives,
Stands, Mounts, and Guides are packaged
Determine the total number of cleats on the conveyor. Multiply conveyor length (in inches) by 2,
separately and are shipped unassembled
divide by the desired spacing between the cleats (in inches). This will result in the total number of
with the conveyor to prevent damage
cleats evenly spaced around the circumference of the belt. Note: Must have a whole number of cleats.
during shipment. Complete assembly can
be provided upon request; please contact
Example: 1ESBH06-048-ASQ-CAE016 our factory for details.
125 Series conveyor with standard construction and 1.81” powder coated frame. Conveyor
measures 6” wide by 48” long with solid output pulley and standard tail pulley. The drive output Note: proceed to page 22 to
shaft is in the A position. The conveyor belt has a 1/2” high cleat every 6”. continue sizing your conveyor...

QC Industries 513.753.6000 15
125 Series Magnetic Conveyors

Specifications

• Width 2” to 24”
• Length 24” to 144”
• Profile 1.89” high
• Drive Pulley 1.31” Diameter
• Load Carrying Capacity to 450 lbs.*
• Speed Range up to 225 fpm
*See Technical Data on page 18

Overview Dimensions

2.69 NO MAGNETS NO MAGNETS 4.00

.42

W + 2.33
Note: As in all
industries, technical
specifications will MAGNET SPACING
change with .50 DIA. 1.00 SHAFT
SEE PAGE 19
1/8 SQ. KEY LENGTH
technology updates. 1.89 *
Please contact
factory or see
www.qcindustries.com
for the most up-to- .82 L - 2.00 = CENTER DISTANCE .88 .75
date drawings.
L - .31 = OVERALL LENGTH

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.

16 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Features & Benefits

Conveyor
• Low profile design provides tight product transfers and the ability to fit into space-constrained
areas
• Single piece 10-gauge stainless steel framework is laser cut and formed to create a single-body
frame construction, ensuring frame integrity
• Tight tolerance belting and our unique snap-out sealed tail assembly provide for a quick belt
change (less than 5 minutes) that is normally achieved without having to remove the drive
packages or side rails
• Ceramic magnets are custom positioned within the conveyor framework to achieve an optimum
magnetic field and smooth product movement for your application
• High tensile strength belts offer superior strength-to-weight ratio and are available in over 50
various types
• All components in our conveyors are produced on state-of-the-art manufacturing
equipment

Tail Assembly Drive Assembly


• Single point belt tension is achieved through a snap-in eccentric tail • Straight knurl design used to prevent premature wear on the carcass of
assembly designed to pull through the natural elongation characteristics of the belt and still provide superior grip to overcome start-up inertia
the belt and provide quick and easy belt change capacity
• Crowned sealed drive assembly
• Crowned sealed tail assembly is designed to promote excellent belt designed to promote superior belt
tracking and is equipped with superior tracking, and is equipped with superior
needle bearings with seals that are filled needle bearings with seals that are
with high performance grease filled with high performance grease
• Thrust washers designed into the tail • Thrust washers designed into the drive
assembly provide axial float, which allows assembly provide axial float, which
the assembly to move with the natural allows the assembly to move with the natural camber of the belt and protect
camber of the belt and protect bearings bearings against off-center load conditions
against off-center load conditions
• Discreet needle fitting lubrication points in each bearing housing allows for lubrication of
• Grease fitting design in the tail assembly allows for lubrication of bearings bearings while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero down time during lubrication
while the conveyor is running, resulting in zero down time during
lubrication • Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed bearing
assemblies that are piloted on body fitted studs, providing optimal conditions
• Precision bearing alignment is guaranteed within the pressed tail assembly, to move the heaviest loads in low profile conveyors
providing optimal conditions to move the heaviest loads in low profile
conveyors • Threaded tracking adjustment points provide simple responsive belt
tracking that retain settings, even during belt removal
• Eccentric tracking bushing allows for single point tracking control at the
idler end of the conveyor • Drive pulley is available in solid output design, dual solid output design,
or hex through shaft design

QC Industries 513.753.6000 17
125 Series Magnetic Conveyors

Technical Data Load Carrying Capacity - Figure 14-A


500
Each of the myriad of applications that exist requires certain performance 450 450
characteristics from the conveyor. QC Industries has developed a sizing 400
system that condenses all of these parameters into a common factor, namely 350
equivalent load. 300
300 250
Lbs. 225
A conveyor application that is carrying a 5-pound load, for example, demands 250
200
the conveyor to carry more than 5 pounds. As such, we have developed 200 175
150 150
certain factors to add to the load that the conveyor needs to carry. 150 125
100 100 87.5
100 75 75
Follow the five steps below to determine the equivalent load your application 50 50
25 37.5
requires. The result will then be used to help choose the gearmotor 50
arrangement that will provide the correct torque. 0 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Belt Width
Pulling (Drive Location A&B) Pushing (Drive Location C&D)
1. Nominal Load 1. Note: See page 19
Above load carrying capacities are for both drive pushing and pulling applications.
Note: for drive pushing applications, decrease load capacity of conveyor by 1/2.
Enter the total load in pounds the conveyor must carry. For example, (12)
metal parts weighing 10 pounds each would have a total nominal load of 120
lbs. Use Figure 18-A to cross-reference the width conveyor you desire with the Magnetic Load Factors - Figure 18-B
nominal load you need to carry (to ensure it can carry the load). Each conveyor
0.80 0.74
width listed shows a total load carrying capacity for both drive pushing and drive
pulling applications. Enter nominal load (in pounds) on Line One.

Equivalent Load Constant


0.60
2. Magnetic Factor 2.
0.46
To achieve magnetic pull, there are rows of magnets down the length of the conveyor. 0.39
The maximum number of rows can be determined by dividing the conveyor width by 0.40
0.30
two (not to exceed eight rows). Choose the number of magnet rows and then multiply
the load by the factor from Figure 18-B. Enter result on Line Two. 0.23
0.20 0.16
3. Incline/Decline [Factor] x [Load] = 3. 0.08
0.01
Some applications require an incline or decline. If the application does not 0.00
require an incline or decline, enter zero on Line Three. For inclining or 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
declining applications, choose a factor from Figure 18-C based upon the Number of Magnet Rows
angle of incline then multiply that factor by the total nominal load from Line
One. Enter result on Line Three. Incline/Decline Load Factors - Figure 18-C

4. Side Seals 4. 3.0


3.0
3.1
2.9
Equivalnt Load Constant

2.5 2.8
2.6
If the application does not call for side rails with seals to prevent small 2.5
parts from getting under the rail, enter zero on Line Four. Otherwise, 2.0 2.3
multiply the conveyor length in feet by 5. The side rails can be found on 2.1
page 22. Example: 96" long conveyor with side seals would have a factor 1.8
1.5 1.6
of 40 (8 x 5). Enter result on Line Four.
1.4
1.0 1.1
**Verify Load Capacity:
After adding lines one through four together, please reference 0.8
0.5 0.6
STOP Figure 18-A to ensure that the conveyor width you desire will
carry the sum of Lines One through Four. If the sum is greater
than the load capacity listed for the width you have chosen, 0.0
0.0
0.3

please choose a wider conveyor or consult factory.


Angle 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Factor 0.0 0.3 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.1 2.3 2.5 2.6 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.1
5. Conveyor Friction 5.
All conveyors have a certain amount of friction that must be added to the Conveyor Friction - Figure 18-D
nominal load. To determine how much additional load must be factored in, 200
add 4 to the conveyor width in inches, then multiply by 6, or simply choose 168
the value from Figure 18-D. Enter result on Line Five.
132
150
Equivalent Load

Equivalent Load (lbs) SUM (1-5) lbs. 96


100 84
72
Write down the equivalent load on your application assistance form (pages 60
116-117). The equivalent load will be needed to properly size a gearmotor 48
50 42
for the conveyor. (See pages 30-37) 36

Next, proceed to the next page to construct the conveyor part number. 0
Conveyor Width 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 18 24
Frictional Load 36 42 48 60 72 84 96 132 168
18 QC Industries 513.753.6000
How to Order

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5

Drive Location
Construction

6” Sections on Row
6” Section from Tail
Drive Pulley
Frame Style

Number of rows
Drive Type

Tail Pulley

Row Spacing
Length
Length
Length
Frame
Series

Width
Width

Belt
Belt
Belt
See Step 5
1 E M E H - - - - below
Consult factory
Step 1

Series Drive Type Construction Frame Frame Style

1 = 125 E = End Drive M = Magnetic E = 1.81” Stainless Steel H = Straight Frame

Step 2
Widths Lengths*
2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 18” 24” 24” 36” 48” 60” 72” 96” 120” 144”
02 03 04 06 08 10 12 18 24 024 036 048 060 072 096 120 144
*Contact factory for special lengths

Step 3

Drive Location Drive Pulley Type Tail Pulley Type


C D rd rd
da Cap 1/2” Dia*
S da
an an Standard Q
St Solid Output Shaft St
n n
io 41 io 42
pt g. Thru 1/2” Hex pt g. Detectable D
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* 1/8” sq. key included
Step 4

Choose three-digit belt ordering code on page 20 and 21.

Step 5 As standard, we assemble the


conveyor, track the pre-tensioned belt
and quality check every conveyor
Please send the part to be conveyed to our Sales Department to evaluate for proper magnetic
before we ship to the customer.
arrangement. Ceramic magnets are positioned in a stainless steel frame according to each application.
Accessories such as Drives, Stands,
This permits a wide variety of magnetic field strengths and location options. Our application specialists
Mounts, and Guides are packaged
will complete the part number for you. Below is an illustration of how we document the magnet spacing.
separately and are shipped
unassembled with the conveyor to
3 Number of magnet sections from tail 2 Distance from tail before magnetic field begins prevent damage during shipment.
Complete assembly can be provided
upon request; please contact our
1 Number factory for details.
of rows 4 Row Spacing

Note: proceed to page 22 to


continue sizing your conveyor...

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Multi-Purpose Belts
A. Standard Urethane MAA Smooth Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
B. Option #1-Sealed Edge Standard Urethane MAB Smooth, Sealed Edge Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
C. Option #2-Spill Edge Cleat MAC Longitudinal Serrated Cleat Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
D. Option #3-Perforated Belt MAD Smooth, Perforations Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
High Friction Belts
A. Grey Diamond Top High Adhesion FAA Snakeskin PVC Light Grey NO HIGH 212 176 NO 0.103
B. Green High Tack PVC FAB Matte PVC Soft Dark Green NO HIGH 212 176 YES 0.145
C. Beige FDA High Adhesion FAC Smooth Silicone Beige YES HIGH 212 176 YES 0.072
D. Black Lateral Grooved High Adhesion FAD Longitudinal Groove PVC Black NO HIGH 194 158 YES 0.083
E. Black Rough Top High Adhesion FAF Rough Top PVC Black NO HIGH 212 176 YES 0.185
Accumulation Belts (Low Friction)
A. White FDA Fabric Accumulator AAA Fabric Urethane White YES VERY LOW 212 176 YES 0.054
C. Black Tight Weave Accumulator AAC Fabric Urethane Impregnated Black NO VERY LOW 248 212 NO 0.051
D. Grey Textured Urethane Accumulator AAD Textured Urethane Impregnated Light Grey NO VERY LOW 140 140 YES 0.060
E. Green FDA Fabric Accumulator AAE Fabric Urethane Impregnated Dark Green YES VERY LOW 175 175 YES 0.054

Heat-Resistant Belts
A. White Silicone Heat Resistor HAA Fine Texture Silicone White NO MED 356 356 YES 0.059
B. White Silicone Translucent Resistor HAB Fabric Silicone Impregnated White NO LOW 356 356 YES 0.051
C. Smooth White FDA Silicone Heat Resistor HAC Smooth Silicone White YES MED 400 350 NO 0.085
D. Blue Nitrile Heat Resistor HAD Coarse Structure Nitrile Rubber Blue NO MED 300 212 YES 0.079
E. White Nitrile Heat Resistor HAE Smooth Nitrile Rubber White NO MED 300 212 YES 0.067
Cut Resistant Belts
A. Yellow Cut Resistor IAA Smooth Urethane Yellow NO LOW 230 194 YES 0.060
B. Standard Urethane IAB Smooth Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
C. Black Dimple Top Cut Resistor IAC Dimple Top Hard Urethane Black NO HIGH 248 212 YES 0.083
D. Rugged Poly Cut Resistor IAD Structured Nitrile Rubber Black NO MED 176 176 YES 0.100

FDA Belts
A. Standard Urethane UAA Smooth Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
B. Sealed Edge Standard Urethane UAB Smooth, Sealed Edge Urethane White YES LOW 212 176 YES 0.075
C. Pure White FDA UAC Matte Urethane White YES LOW 230 194 YES 0.061
D. Woven White FDA UAD Smooth Urethane Impregnated Translucent YES MED 248 212 YES 0.047
E. White FDA Urethane High Adhesion UAE Smooth Urethane White YES HIGH 176 176 YES 0.050
Static Conductive Belts
A. Textured Carbon Impregnated EAA Textured Urethane Impregnated Black NO MED 212 176 104e 0.063
B. Accumulation Static Conductive EAB Rough Texture Nitrile Rubber Black NO HIGH 212 212 104e 0.080
C. Low Friction Static Conductive EAC Smooth Urethane Black NO LOW 158 158 105e 0.040
D. Structured Static Conductive EAD Structured NBR Impregnated Fleece Black NO MED 176 176 105e 0.100
Translucent Belts
A. Green Translucent Accumulator TAA Textured Impregnated PU Light Green YES VERY LOW 175 175 NO 0.023
B. FDA Fabric Translucent Accumulator TAB Fabric Urethane Impregnated Translucent YES VERY LOW 248 212 NO 0.024
C. Silicone Translucent Accumulator TAC Textured Silicone Translucent YES VERY LOW 176 176 NO 0.040

Color Contrasting Belts


A. Gray Textured Contraster PAA Textured PVC Grey NO MED 158 158 YES 0.060
B. Smooth Green Urethane Contraster PAB Smooth Urethane Green YES LOW 176 176 YES 0.050
C. Dark Green PVC Contraster PAC Matte PVC Dark Green NO MED 212 176 YES 0.075
D. Light Blue Urethane Contraster PAD Matte Urethane Light Blue YES MED 212 176 YES 0.063
E. Smooth Black PVC Contraster PAE Smooth PVC Black NO MED 212 176 NO 0.071
Non-Marking Belts
A. Felt Topped Product Protector NAA Felt Felt White YES MED 175 175 NO 0.070
B. Fabric Topped Product Protector NAB Fabric Spun Polyester White YES MED 175 175 NO 0.067
C. Cotton Topped Product Protector NAC Fabric Cotton Natural White YES MED 175 175 NO 0.072
D. Black Elastomer Product Protector NAD Felt Polyester Black NO MED 302 248 YES 0.098
Release Properties Belts
A. Beige Silicone Product Release RAA Smooth Silicone Beige YES HIGH 212 176 YES 0.072
B. White PVC Product Release RAB Matte, Smooth Non-Stick PVC White YES LOW 194 158 YES 0.059
C. Textured Silicone Product Release RAC Fine Texture Silicone White NO MED 356 356 YES 0.059
D. Smooth Habilene Product Release RAD Smooth Habilene White YES MED 176 176 YES 0.090
E. Smooth Silicone Product Release RAE Textured Silicone White YES LOW 176 176 NO 0.040
Specialty/Profile Belts
A. Green Sawtooth Profile Belt SAA Sawtooth PVC Green NO HIGH 212 176 YES 0.177
B. White Grooved Rubber SAB Lateral Groove Nitrile Rubber White YES HIGH 225 225 NO 0.210
C. Stipple Top PVC Profile SAC Stipple Top PVC White YES MED 212 176 NO 0.106
D. Negative Pyramid Profile SAD Textured Urethane White YES MED 212 176 YES 0.078
E. Green Longitudinal PVC Profile Belt SAE Longitudinal Groove PVC Green NO HIGH 175 175 YES 0.175
Chemical Resistant Belts
Due to the broad spectrum of chemicals and percentages of chemical mixtures, QC Industries offers belt selection assistance in chemical application circumstances. Our
application specialists will help determine which belt is best suited to withstand the chemicals present as well as the entire scope of the application parameters. This approach
delivers the best possible product for the application.

20 QC Industries 513.753.6000 Specifications subject to change - consult factory


QC Industries offers conveyor belting for a contact one of our sales engineers directly at To Order Belt Only:
wide variety of applications and industries. the factory to discuss your application Choose nominal conveyor width and length in
These pages cover a number of the more parameters. inches and enter the three-digit belt code.
popular belts we have provided through the
years. These belts have all been tested at QC To Order With Conveyor: 1E - WW - LLL -
Industries and offer a compatible fit to the 125 Please use the three-digit QC belt code
Series conveyors. If you have a specific need number for conveyor ordering on pages 11, Example: 1E-08-120-MAA
that is not covered on these pages, please 15, and 19. Standard urethane belt for an 8” wide by 120”
long 125 Series conveyor

Multi-Purpose Belts
AA AB AC AD
M M M M
QUICK SHIP!

High-Friction Belts

A B C D F
FA FA FA FA FA

Accumulation Belts (Low Friction)

A C D E
AA AA AA AA

Heat-Resistant Belts

A B C D E
HA HA HA HA HA

Cut-Resistant Belts

A B C D
IA IA IA IA

FDA/USDA Belts

A B C D E
UA UA UA UA UA

Static Conductive Belts


A B C D
EA EA EA EA

Translucent Belts
A B C
TA TA TA

Color Contrasting Belts

A B C D E
PA PA PA PA PA

Non-Marking Belts
A B C D
NA NA NA NA

Release Properties Belts

A B C D E
RA RA RA RA RA

Specialty/Profile Belts

A B C D E
SA SA SA SA SA

Chemical Resistant Belts


Due to the wide variety of chemical and percentages of chemical mixtures, QC Industries offers belt selection assistance in these application circumstances. Our application
specialists will help determine which belt is best suited to withstand not only the chemicals present, but the entire scope of the application parameters. This approach
delivers the best possible product for the application.

QC Industries 513.753.6000 21
125 Series Side Rails & Guide Rails

Fixed Side Rails

W + 1.06 W + 1.06
W + 1.06
W - .61 W - .19
W + .06
.46 *
.33 * .33 *

2.22 2.22 2.35

Aluminum extruded 1/3” high sides Aluminum extruded 1/3” high sides Aluminum extruded 1/3” high sides
1/3” Side Rails Part No. 125-0153- with seals** with wear strip
Part No. 125-0169- Part No. 125-0170-
125-0169 pictured
To Order: To Order: To Order:
Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part
number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor
length in inches. length in inches. length in inches.
Ex. 125-0153-048 Ex. 125-0169-096 Ex. 125-0170-024

W + 1.19
W + 1.19 W + 1.19
W + .06
W - .19
W + .06
W - .61
1.03 * .88
.93 * .78 .78
.93 *

2.91
2.81 2.81 2.03
2.03 2.03

1” Side Rails Aluminum extruded 1” high sides Aluminum extruded 1” high sides Aluminum extruded 1” high sides
Part No. 125-0174- with seals** with wear strip
125-0178 pictured Part No. 125-0177- Part No. 125-0178-
To Order: To Order: To Order:
Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part
number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor
length in inches. length in inches. length in inches.
Ex. 125-0174-048 Ex. 125-0177-024 Ex. 125-0178-096

W + 1.19 W + 1.19 W + 1.19


W + .06
W + .06 W - .18
W - .61

1.93 * 1.78 1.93 * 1.78 2.05 * 1.90

3.81 3.93
3.81

2.03 2.03 2.03

2” Side Rails Aluminum extruded 2” high sides Aluminum extruded 2” high sides Aluminum extruded 2” high sides
Part No. 125-0215- with seals** with wear strip
125-0215 pictured Part No. 125-0217- Part No. 125-0216-
To Order: To Order: To Order:
Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part Fill in the last three digits of the part
number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor number with the nominal conveyor
length in inches. length in inches. length in inches.
Ex. 125-0215-024 Ex. 125-0217-036 Ex. 125-0216-060

Note 1: W = nominal belt width in inches * Dimension reflects use of standard urethane belt (MAA) see page 20
Note 2: All rails are sold in sets ** Side seals are not intended for cleated belts, high friction belts, or belt speeds exceeding 30 FPM
Note 3: Side rails start 1 11/16” from tail end and stop 3 1/2” from drive end
Custom fixed and flared side rails are available. For heights, consult factory

22 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Adjustable Guide Rails

W - .10 W - .25
3.00 MAX. 3.00 MAX.
ADJ. ADJ.
2.50 MAX. *
1.13 MIN. * 3.25 MAX. *
1.99 MIN. *
4.34

W + 2.81
W + 2.81
W + 9.12 MAX. W + 9.12 MAX
2-Axis Adjustable Guides 1” High 2-Axis Adjustable Guides 2” High 2-Axis Adjustable Guides
125-0281-048-T pictured Part No. 125-0281- - Part No. 125-0282- -

W -.38
MAX. To Order:
3.00
Fill in the last three digits of part number with the nominal
ADJ.
length of the conveyor. Choose a set screw adjustment or a
thumb wheel adjustment mechanism by indicating (S) for set
5.25 MAX. * screw and (T) for thumb wheel at the end of the part number.
3.00 MIN. *
Example 125-0281-120 -T
4.34 1” adjustable guide rail with wear strip and thumb wheel
adjustment for a 120” long conveyor.

The 2-Axis Adjustable Guides are designed to guide the


product being conveyed. The rails can adjust vertically and
horizontally, offering the end user the ultimate in flexibility.
W + 2.81 Choose from a set screw or thumb wheel adjustment. The
thumb wheel is shown in the above picture and is ideal for
W + 9.12 MAX. quick adjustments, because no tools are required.
3” High 2-Axis Adjustable Guides
Part No. 125-0283- -

W + 1.57
W + 1.42
W - 1.21
W - 1.21

2.40 MAX. *
2.13 MIN. *

3.28 3.94
1.62 MAX. *
1.03 MIN. *

1” High Indented Guide Assembly 2” High Indented Guide Assembly


Indented Guides Part No. 125-0219- Part No. 125-0218-
125-0219 pictured

W + 1.57
W - 1.31
To Order:
Fill in the last three digits of part number with the nominal
conveyor length in inches.

3.03 * Example 125-0219-120


1” adjustable guide rail with wear strip for a 120” long
4.92 conveyor.

The Indented Guides are designed to work with cleated belts.


Each cleated belt is indented slightly (see page 15). The
Indented Guide spans the indentation, providing a pocket
which surrounds the product being conveyed.

3” High Indented Guide Assembly


Part No. 125-0222-

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.

QC Industries 513.753.6000 23
125 Series Side Rails & Guide Rails

Tee Slotted Extrusions

10-32 UNF THRU


.25 To Order:
Use part number
125-0074-035 (Qty. 1)
125-0074-035-SET (Qty. 4)
.19
The Rotate-In Tee Nut is designed to hold
lightweight brackets that have a thickness of
.148” or under
.86
The Rotate-In Tee Nut can be used with the
following rails and bolt on profiles:
Rotate-In Tee Nut 1” - 125-0174, 125-0177, 125-0178
Part No. 125-0074-035 (Qty 1) 2” - 125-0215, 125-0217, 125-0216
Rotate-In Tee Nut Part No. 125-0074-035-SET (Qty 4) Tee - 125-0225, 125-0199

Note:
The Rotate-In Tee Nut works with the 1” and 2” side rails shown on page 22,
as well as the Single Tee Slot and the Multi Tee Slot extrusions shown below.

W + 2.68
W + 1.28

W + 1.50

.73 * .73 *

1.16 1.16

Multi Tee Slot Side Assembly Single Tee Slot Side Assembly
Multi Tee Slot Part No. 125-0225- Single Tee Slot Part No. 125-0199-

To Order: To Order:
Fill in last three digits of part number Fill in last three digits of part number
with the nominal conveyor length in with the nominal conveyor length in
inches. Part number includes one set inches. Part number includes one set
as shown in drawing. as shown in drawing.

Product Containment Accessories

W + 3.25 MAX.
W + 1.50 MIN.

LANES W - .61

.33 *

RAIL CLEARANCE 3.86 MAX.


2" OR 3" 3.29 MIN.

RAILS

W + 1.56
Lane Dividers Lane Dividers Hinged Side Extenders Hinged Side Extenders
For part number see below For part number see below
Shown with 1/3” side rail with seal

To Order:
LD S To Order:
Construction (S - Standard)
Hinged Side Extenders bolt directly onto
Mounting Type (F - Frame or T - Tee slot)
the frame of the conveyor, and can be
# of Lanes (2,3,4 etc)
used in conjunction with 1/3” side rails.
# of Rails (1, 2, 3 etc) Example Only available in 24” and 36” lengths. Note:
Conveyor Length (in inches) LD-2-08144-12FS To obtain a longer length of hinged side, please
Conveyor Width (in inches) 2” Lane Divider for 8” wide 144” long 36” Long Part No. 125-1003-036 use combinations of 24” and 36” lengths.
conveyor. One rail with two lanes 24” Long Part No. 125-1003-024 However, all length combinations must equal
Rail Clearance Height (2” or 3”) 12” less than the nominal conveyor length.
mounted to the conveyor frame

24 QC Industries 513.753.6000 *Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.
Flared Side Rails

Flared Side Rails are ideal for


W + 10.35 MAX. applications that require a “drop zone”
W + 4.41 MIN. wider than the width of the conveyor.
The rails attach to and require the use
of the adjustable guide rails shown at
45° W + 4.97 MAX. the top of page 23. Additionally, the user
W - .97 MIN. can add other components (shown
below) to help guide the product as
needed. Note: Flared Side Rails should
4.00 be ordered one size smaller than the
nominal length of the conveyor.
To Order:

Z-1004-012 12” length


Flared Side Rails Z-1004-018 18” length
Z-1004-024 24” length
Z-1004-030 30” length
L .25 Z-1004-036 36” length
Note: Shown with 2-axis adjustable guide Z-1004-042 42” length
(sold separately) Part # 125-0282-LLL-S
Z-1004-048 48” length

Example:
5.74 MAX. * (1) Z-1004-036
4.93 MIN. * A set of 36” long flared side rails

The rails are sold in sets and include


mounting hardware

Note: Requires Part #125-0282-LLL-S shown


L = length of flared side rails on page 23

End Stops are used in conjunction with the


Flared Side Rail. Stops are adjustable down
the length of the rail. Note: End stops are
available for the following width conveyors:
8”, 10”, 12”, 18”, and 24”.
2.90
To Order:
.90
8” 125-0234-08
10” 125-0234-10
12” 125-0234-12
18” 125-0234-18
24” 125-0234-24
2.35 *
Example: (1) 125-0234-10
One end stop for a 10” wide conveyor
End Stops equipped with flared side rails

Note: Designed to be compatible with 1”


Note: Shown with 2-axis adjustable guide and 2” cleats. End stops are equipped
AND Flared Side Rails (both sold with a swing gate to help contain product
separately) Part # 125-0282-LLL-S,
#Z-1004-LLL

The Adjustable Hopper is used in


conjunction with the Flared Side Rail. The
hopper is made from (2) end stops, which
are adjustable down the length of the rail.
L Available for the following width
conveyors: 8”, 10” 12” 18”, and 24”.
L - 4.20 MAX. To Order:
Please order a quantity of 2:
L - 5.80 MAX.
8” 125-0234-08
10” 125-0234-10
12” 125-0234-12
18” 125-0234-18
2.35 * 24” 125-0234-24
Example: (2) 125-0234-10
Two end stops for a 10” wide conveyor
Adjustable Hopper equipped with flared side rails
Note: Designed to be compatible with 1”
L = length of flared side rails and 2” cleats. End stops are equipped
Note: Shown with 2-axis adjustable guide with a swing gate to help contain product
AND Flared Side Rails (both sold
separately) Part # 125-0282-LLL and
#Z-1004-LLL

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21. QC Industries 513.753.6000 25
125 Series Mounts

Standard Mounts

.22 DIA. .34 DIA. W + 1.46 To Order:


Frame Mounted version attaches
directly to the conveyor frame. The
.41 .59 frame has mounting holes every 3”.
1.15 .88
3.06 The Tee Slot mounted version
2.06 *
1.32 1.32 attaches to 1” side rails, 2” side rails,
.31 the single tee slot and the multi tee
slot. See page 22 & 24.
.13 1.25
.38 .135
SLOT W + 1.09 MAX. Part No. 125-0181-01 (Tee Slot)*
3.50 W + .57 MIN. Part No. 125-0181-04 (Frame)*
Universal Adjustable Side Mount W + 1.71 Part No. 125-0181-05 (For use with
125-0181-04 pictured multi-tier stand)*
Notes:
*Part No. denotes one bracket and
Brackets are universal and can work on either side of the conveyor. necessary hardware
Frame mounted brackets can only be used with 1” high or lower cleats.
Tee Slot mounted brackets can only be used with 1/2” high or lower cleats.

W + 1.46
.22 DIA. .34 DIA.
To Order:
.59 Frame Mounted version attaches
1.53 directly to the conveyor frame. The
.88 frame has mounting holes every 3”.
.13 .31 4.81 5.28 *
The Tee Slot mounted version
3.10 3.07 attaches to 1” side rails, 2” side rails,
1.25 the single tee slot and the multi tee
slot. See page 22 & 24.

.38 .135 W + 1.09 MAX. Part No. 125-0182-01 (Tee Slot)*


Universal Raised Side Mount SLOT W + .57 MIN. Part No. 125-0182-04 (Frame)*
3.50 W + 1.71
125-0182-04 pictured

Notes: *Part No. denotes one bracket and


necessary hardware
Brackets are universal and can work on either side of the conveyor.
Universal raised side mounts work with all cleat heights.

5/16 DIA.
.22 1.00 THRU HOLE
To Order:
.66
2.04 *
1.60 Attaches directly to the conveyor
frame. The frame has mounting holes
every 3”.
.135 1.56
3.00 W + 1.37 Part No. 125-0010-00*

Tee Mount 4.00 W + 2.00

Notes:
*Part No. denotes one bracket and
Brackets are universal and can work on either side of the conveyor.
necessary hardware
Can also be used at tail end of conveyor in conjunction with drive end mounts
(125-0014-00, 125-0013-00, and 125-0015-00).
Cannot be used with cleated belts.

11/32 DIA.
5/16-18 To Order:
.63 SET SCREW Attaches directly to the underside of
the conveyor frame. To order, use the
.257 DIA. part number below and fill in the
THRU HOLE 2.89 * nominal conveyor width in inches for
1.25 .16 .43 the last two digits.
.84
Part No. 125-0011-WW *
W - 1.50
W - .75
W + 1.00 Example: 125-0011-04*
Universal Bottom Mount Universal Bottom mount for a 4” wide
W + 1.50 conveyor

*Part No. denotes one bracket and


Notes:
necessary hardware
Bottom mount can attach conveyor to a horizontal or vertical surface.
Cannot be used with high adhesion or cleated belts.

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.


26 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Standard Mounts

To Order:
.93 * This mount uses existing through
Standard method for .63 holes on the conveyor that are
mounting to stands located 6.06” from the tail end and
(fasteners included) 8.5” or 14.5” from the drive end,
3/8-16 depending on which gearmotor
.38 W + 1.00 CAP SCREW selection is chosen. This will mount
the conveyor to a flat surface. To
W + 1.75 5/16-18 order, use the part number below
Alternate method for CAP SCREW and fill in the nominal conveyor width
mounting .93 * in inches for the last two digits.
(fasteners not included) .63
Rod Clamp Mount Part No. 125-0116-WW*

Example: 125-0116-06*
Notes: Rod Clamp Mount for 6”
Mounts cannot be used with Multi Tee or Single Tee Slotted Side Assembly. wider conveyor
Mounts cannot be used with cleated belts.
*Part No. denotes one bracket and
necessary hardware

To Order:
These mounts are primarily intended to
3.38 W + 1.75 provide precise alignment when mounted to
1.00 a common flat surface, or for multiple
.63
conveyors utilizing a common drive shaft.
See gang drive page 41.

2.00 TYPE PART NO.


1.34
LEFT HAND 125-0014-00
RIGHT HAND 125-0013-00
9/32 DIA. THRU UNIVERSAL* 125-0015-00
1.41
Drive End Mount W + 1.13
*This mount replaces either right hand or
2.06 left hand mount and allows mounting of a
side drive.

Notes:
Mounts can only be used with a side or remote drive.
Mounts cannot be used with cleated belts.

To Order:
3.38 W + 1.75 For applications where rapid alignment
and rigid mounting of conveyors is
.94 .63 required. These clamp mounts provide
an economical and practical approach to
rapid bolster mounting of gang driven
1.34 2.75 conveyors. See gang drives pg. 41.
2.70 MAX. TYPE PART NO.
LEFT HAND 125-0103-BL
RIGHT HAND 125-0102-BR
BRACKET BY CUSTOMER
Self-Aligning Bottom Clamp Mount UNIVERSAL* 125-0117-BU
3/8 MAX. THICKNESS
*This mount replaces either right hand or left
hand mount and allows mounting of a side drive.
Notes:
Mounts can only be used with a side or remote drive.
Mounts cannot be used with cleated belts.

To Order:
BRACKET BY CUSTOMER For applications where rapid alignment
3/8 MAX. THICKNESS and rigid mounting of conveyors is
required. These clamp mounts are
ideal for quick die change systems
since the conveyors can be installed
2.70 MAX. into the dies prior to being inserted into
1.34 2.75 the press. See gang drives pg. 41.

TYPE PART NO.


LEFT HAND 125-0102-TL
.94 .63
W + 1.75 RIGHT HAND 125-0103-TR
Self-Aligning Top Clamp Mount 3.38
UNIVERSAL* 125-0117-TU
*This mount replaces either right hand or left
Notes: hand mount and allows mounting of a side drive.
Mounts can only be used with a side or remote drive.
Mounts cannot be used with cleated belts.

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.


QC Industries 513.753.6000 27
125 Series Stands

NOTE: There is a 3” overall height adjustment with feet


Aluminum Exact Width Conveyor Stands
To order:
Stand Height Range: H1- H2 (in inches) H1 H2
H1 - H2
WW
WW H1 - H2
06 - 09 Part No. 0182 - - -
33 - 36
09 - 12 36 - 39
12 - 15 39 - 42 1) Choose height range from left and enter into H1 & H2 sections.
15 - 18 42 - 45 Remember that the conveyor profile adds 1.89” to the height.
18 - 21 45 - 48
H1 - H2 2) Enter conveyor width into WW section.
21 - 24 48 - 51
24 - 27 51 - 54 NOTE: No additional mounts are required.
27 - 30 54 - 57
30 - 33 57 - 60 NOTE: Conveyors 4” wide and under will have the stand
framework on the outside of the conveyor; and the minimum
Stand Widths-WW (nominal conveyor width in inches) height range is 12 - 15 inches

02 03 04 06 08 10 12 18 24
Example: 0182 - 30 - 33 - 24 (Part No. includes one stand)

Steel Telescoping Conveyor Stands


To order: H1 H2 WW
WW
Stand Height Range: H1- H2 (in inches) Part No. 0184 - - -
H1 - H2 1) Choose height range from left and enter into H1 & H2 sections.
16 - 24 Remember that the conveyor profile adds 1.89” to the height.
23 - 36 2) Enter top plate width into WW section.
35 - 48
H1 - H2 NOTE: Mounts are required to attach the conveyor to the stand.
47 - 60 See mount pages 26 & 27 for details

NOTE: 8” wide top plate will accept up to a 6” wide conveyor


Top Plate Widths - WW (in inches) 14” wide top plate will accept up to a 12” wide conveyor
21” wide top plate will accept up to an 18” wide conveyor
08 14 21 27 27” wide top plate will accept up to a 24” wide conveyor

Example: 0184 - 16 - 24 - 14 (Part No. includes one stand)

Steel Stands with Stabilizers


To order: H1 H2
WW WW
Stand Height Range: H1- H2 (in inches) Part No. 0186 - - -
H1 - H2 1) Choose height range from left and enter into H1 & H2 sections.
18 - 26 Remember that the conveyor profile adds 1.89” to the height.
H1- H2 25 - 38
2) Enter top plate width into WW section.
37 - 50
49 - 62 NOTE: Must use Rod Clamp Mount 125-0016-WW (See page
27) to attach the conveyor to the stand.
NOTE: 8” wide top plate will accept up to a 6” wide conveyor
Top Plate Widths - WW (in inches) 14” wide top plate will accept up to a 12” wide conveyor
21” wide top plate will accept up to an 18” wide conveyor
48” 08 14 21 27 27” wide top plate will accept up to a 24” wide conveyor

Example: 0186 - 16 - 24 - 21 (Part No. includes one stand)


Note: Max conveyor length is 60”

Aluminum Multiple Conveyor Stands


WW To order:
H1 H2 WW
H1 - H2 Part No. 0187 - - -
(in inches)
1) Choose height range from left and enter into H1 & H2 sections.
27 - 30 2) Choose stand width (WW) and enter into WW section.
33 - 36
39 - 42 NOTE: Conveyor will add 1.89” to top of belt height
45 - 48 NOTE: Adjustable side mounts are required to attach the
H1- H2 51 - 54 conveyors to the stand. Use Part No. 125-0181-05
57 - 60
NOTE: *Stand width must be at least 4” greater than the width of
the top tier conveyor and/or at least 8” greater than the width of
the bottom tier conveyor
Widths - WW* (in inches)
Stand Widths - WW (in inches) NOTE: Bottom conveyors can be adjusted within 5” from the floor
12 18 24 30 36 to within 8” of the top conveyor
Example: 0187 - 33 - 36 - 12 (Part No. includes one stand)

NOTE: All applications will require the end user to properly lag stands and ensure stability. Because every application and installation is different, the
functionality and performance of the supports depend on the end user. QC Industries can aid in determining the supports your application requires.

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Angle Brace

To order:
Part No.
125-0189-00
For use with aluminum stands only.
Angle brace can be used on a 125 Series conveyor with a minimum top of belt height
of 28”. The angle brace is designed for conveyors 5’ or longer. When used with
casters, angle braces must be used on both stands. Part number denotes a set;
order (1) per stand.

Aluminum Cross Ties

To order:
Cross Ties - Available Lengths Part No. LLL
Inches LLL 125 - 0235 -
24” 024
Enter length of cross ties needed into the “LLL” section
36” 036
above. A quantity of one includes (2) cross ties.
48” 048
60” 060 Note: Cross ties require customer to cut to length
72” 072 because of stand placement variations.
96” 096
120” 120 Example: 125-0235-120
144” 144

Steel Cross Ties

To order:
Cross Ties - Available Lengths Part No. LLL
Inches LLL 125 - 0236 -
24” 024
36” 036 Enter length of cross ties needed into the “LLL” section
48” 048 above. A quantity of one includes (2) cross ties.
60” 060
72” 072 Note: Cross ties require customer to cut to length
96” 096 because of stand placement variations.
120” 120
144” 144 Example: 125-0236-036

Casters Swivel-In Tee Nut


To order: To order:
Part No. 125-0122-04 Part No.
Swivel locking caster 125-0074-036 (Qty 1)
Order (2) per stand 125-0074-036-SET (Qty 4)
Casters can be added to The Swivel-In Tee Nut is ideal
either aluminum or steel for mounting brackets to an
stands. Swivel locking casters aluminum stand, and allows
increase stand height by quick mounting location
5.50”. changes.
Casters should only be used
with stands that are 1/3 as 1/4 - 20 thread in Tee-Nut is
wide as they are tall. provided for attaching accessories

NOTE: All applications will require the end user to properly lag stands and ensure stability. Because every application and installation is different, the
functionality and performance of the supports depend on the end user. QC Industries can aid in determining the supports your application requires.

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125 Series Drives

Drive Sizing Technical Data


The equivalent load was determined in the conveyor technical data pages (pages 10, 14, and 18). To choose a gear motor combination that
works best for the application, the next step is to convert that equivalent load into the torque required and size a drive based upon its use. The
user must know the belt speed (in feet per minute) and service factor (determined below). The steps below guide the user through this process.
These steps will utimately compare the torque required to move the load on the conveyor (Required Conveyor Drive Torque) and the torque the
drive train is capable of producing (Supplied Drive Train Torque).

1. Calculate Required Conveyor Drive Torque (RCDT) 1.


Enter the equivalent load the drive must handle (from pages 10, 14, or 18). Divide this number
by 6. The result equals the torque required for the application, or the required conveyor drive torque (RCDT). Enter
RCDT on Line One.
2. Select Belt Speed & Enter Drive Train Torque (DTT) 2.
Choose the belt speed from one of the following pages (33 or 37), and write down the drive train torque (DTT)
for the selected speed. Please note that if you are choosing a top or bottom drive, you may use either a timing
belt or a chain. For heavy duty drives (listed on page 37), the drive train torque is lower if using a timing belt.
Enter the drive train torque on Line Two.

3. Select Service Class and Enter Service Factor (SF) Service Class (I or II) 3.
Select a service class: Class I - Moderate loads with chain and sprocket or direct drive
Class II - Moderate loads with timing belt and pulley
Now select the service factor (SF) from Chart 30-A below based upon hours of operation per day and number of
starts and stops per hour. Enter the result on Line Three.

4. Calculate Supplied Drive Train Torque (SDTT) 4.


Divide the drive train torque (DTT) from #2 by the service factor (SF) from #3. This result equals the supplied
drive train torque (SDTT). Enter the result on Line Four.

Service Factor - Chart 30-A


5. Determine Functionality
Hours of Operation per Day
Compare Line 4 (the supplied drive train torque 24 16 8 2
[SDTT]) to Line 1 (the required conveyor drive torque
[RCDT]). If the SDTT is equal to or greater than RCDT, 2.3 2.0 1.8 1.6
then you have selected the proper drive. SDTT > 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.5 Class II
RCDT. If not, then:
2.1 1.8 1.6 1.4
Service Factor

A) Slow down the belt speed 2.0 1.7 1.5 1.3


B) Choose a wider conveyor
1.9 1.6 1.4 1.2
Class I
C) Consult factory
1.8 1.5 1.3 1.1
1.7 1.4 1.2 1.0
Starts and Stops per Hour 5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Proceed to the next page for instructions on how to
use the remaining drive pages.

Example: Example:

Equivalent load = 100 (per conveyor technical data page) Equivalent load = 300 (per conveyor technical data page)
100 / 6 = 17 (RCDT) 300 / 6 = 50.0 (RCDT)
30 FPM (From page 33 - standard duty top drive - fixed speed) 50 FPM (From page 37 - heavy duty bottom drive - fixed speed)
33 inch lbs. of torque (DTT) 87 inch lbs. of torque (DTT)
Class II (using timing belt on a top drive) Class II (using timing belt on a bottom drive)
8 hours per day with no starts and stops (Service Factor is 1.5) 16 hours per day with (10) starts and stops (Service Factor is 1.7)
33 / 1.5 = 22 inch lbs. (SDTT) 87 / 1.7 = 51.1 inch lbs. (SDTT)

RCDT = 17 RCDT = 50.0


SDTT = 22 SDTT = 51.1

20 7 17 (Gearmotor assembly will provide adequate torque) 51.1 7 50.0 (Gearmotor assembly will provide adequate torque)

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How to Use the Following Pages

The following pages contain information on types and locations of available QC drives, presented in a clear, concise manner.
Simply follow the two-page spread from left to right, and note the steps listed here.

Mounting Drawings Drive locations Sizing information Voltage


Arrangement
Step 1:
Step 3 Step 5 Choose mounting
125 Series Standard Duty Drives
Standard Duty Electric
arrangement
Side or Remote Drive
Side Drive
Note:
Fixed Speed
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
& location
A 2.50 This mounting arrangement allows
for the drive to be mounted on either Example: M1-S3SE Example: 051-025
3.54 side of the conveyor with the motor Torque (DTT)
FPM Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
.50 inline with the drive pulley.
Reference the drawings to the left for 4.5 88 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
dimensional information. Reference

125 Series
10 76 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
5.57 the tables to the right for
Drive Location mounting package and 18 50 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
3 1 gearmotor ordering 21 41 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 025 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
1/19
3.50 .84 information. The box
.16 immediately left shows 30 33 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.89
4.00 .38 the possible drive 43 23 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.89
Front View Top View positions.
*Speeds Vary +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table at right 1 3
Variable Speed
drawing

Step 2:
Step 1 Remote Drive

3.08
Note:
This mounting arrangement allows for
Sizing Information

Torque (DTT)
Mounting Part Number
Example: M1-R1SE
Motor Part Number
Example: 05V-018
Motor Information

If top or bottom drive


A 1.26 O .28 the drive to be mounted away from FPM* inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP A*
the conveyor and on either side of the 2.5 - 5.0 77 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 16 V 50 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16

5.57
4.88 4.00
conveyor, with the motor inline with
the drive pulley. Reference the
drawings to the left for dimensional
information. Reference the
6.0 - 12.0
10 - 20
40
27
M1-
M1-
S or R
S or R
1 or 3
1 or 3
SE-
SE-
16
16
V
V
40
30
1/19
1/19
115v 1PH TENV
115v 1PH TENV
1
1
7.16
7.16 mounting arrangement,
Drive Location tables to the right for 12 - 24 22 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE- 25 V 20 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16

.27 1.31
4.25
2.00
.75
3 1 mounting package and
gearmotor ordering
information. The box
17 - 34
24.5 - 49
17
12
M1-
M1-
S or R
S or R
1 or 3
1 or 3
SE-
SE-
25
33
V
V
15
10
1/19
1/19
115v 1PH TENV
115v 1PH TENV
1
1
7.16
7.16
choose timing belt or
3.50 immediately left shows the *Speeds Vary +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
Front View
*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table at right
Top View
1 3
possible drive positions.
Mounting Part Number Example:
M1-S1SE (Side Drive Mounting)
Motor Part No. Example:
051-120 (115v 1PH Gearmotor@4.5 FPM)
drawing
chain drive
Top or Bottom Drive
Note: Each speed has two
Top Drive
A + .31 Note:
This mounting arrangement allows
Fixed Speed
Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
rows. The top row is timing
Sizing Information

3.50
for the drive to be mounted above
the conveyor belt, on either side of
the conveyor, and with the motor
FPM* Torque (DTT)
Inch Lbs.
Example: M1-T1SE-5M2525
Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr/Sprkt Conv. Sprkt
Example: 051-025
Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A belt driven, and the bottom
inline with the drive pulley. Reference 4.5 88 (belt) 5M 25 25
9.50
3.39
3.50
5.61
the drawings to the left for
dimensional information. 11
88(chain)
76 (belt)
76 (chain)
M1-

M1-
T or B

T or B
1 or 3

1 or 3
SE-

SE-
CH
5M
CH
10
25
10
10
25
10
05

05
1-

1-
120

050
1/19

1/19
115v 1PH TENV

115v 1PH TENV


0.9

0.9
6.47

6.47
row is chain driven
Drive Location Reference the tables to the
18 50 (belt) 5M 25 25
3 1 right for mounting package M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
50 (chain) CH 10 10
and gearmotor ordering 41 (belt) 5M 25 25
.38 information. The box 22 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
41 (chain) CH 10 10
1.75 immediately left shows the
30 33 (belt) 5M 25 25
possible drive positions. M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.79
Front View Top View 33 (chain) CH 10 10
44 23 (belt) 5M 25 25
*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table at right 1 3 23 (chain)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
CH 10 10
05 1- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.79
*Speeds Vary +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
drawing
Variable Speed
Bottom Drive Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
Example: M1-B3SE-5M2525 Example: 05V-012

Step 3:
Note:
1.75 Torque (DTT)
.33 This mounting arrangement allows FPM* Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr/Sprkt Conv. Sprkt Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
for the drive to be mounted below the 77 (belt) 5M 25 25
2.5 - 5.0 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
conveyor belt, on either side of the 77 (chain) CH 10 10
conveyor, and with the motor inline 40 (belt) 5M 25 25
6.0 - 12.0 05 V- 050 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16

Choose speed
with the drive pulley. Reference the M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- CH 10 10 1/19
40 (chain)
3.25 drawings to the left for dimensional 27 (belt) 5M 25 25
9.50 5.61 information. Reference the
10 - 20
27 (chain) M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- CH 10 10
05 V- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
3.50 Drive Location tables to the right for 5M 25 25
22 (belt)
12 - 24 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
3 1 mounting package and 22 (chain) CH 10 10
gearmotor ordering 17 (belt) 5M 25 25
.38 17 - 34 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- CH 10 10
05 V- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
information. The box 17 (chain)
immediately left shows the 12 (belt) 5M 25 25
A 24.5 - 49 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
possible drive positions. 12 (chain) CH 10 10
Front View Top View *Speeds Vary +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table at right 1 3 Motor Part No. Example: drawing
Mounting Part Number Example:
M1-T3SE-5M2525 (Top Drive Mounting Pkg w/Timing Belt) 05V-050 (115v 1PH Gearmotor@6.0 TO 12.0 FPM)
Notes:
1. Speeds can be reduced to 1/10 of their stated speed and provides 88 inch lbs. of torque by using a decimal reducer (Part No. 125-0205-10x)
2. Above gearmotors are not UL, CSA, or CE approved See Drive Accessory Page for optional cords, switches,
3. Torque values are based upon start-up torque and plugs
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Step 4:
Run drive sizing
calculations listed on
Step 4 Page 30
(p. 30)
Speed Mounting Voltage

Step 5:
Step 6 Choose voltage
Fixed Speed
requirements
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
Example: M1-T1SE-5M2525 Example: 051-025
FPM* Torque (DTT) Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr/Sprkt Conv. Sprkt
Inch Lbs. Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
4.5 88 (belt) 5M 25 25
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47
88(chain) CH 10 10
76 (belt) 5M 25 25
11
76 (chain)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
CH 10 10
05 1- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47 Step 6:
50 (belt) 5M 25 25
18
50 (chain)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
CH 10 10
05 1- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47 Put together two part
41 (belt) 5M 25 25
22
41 (chain)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
CH 10 10
05 1- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 6.47 numbers, drive
30 33 (belt)
33 (chain)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
5M
CH
25
10
25
10
05 1- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.79 mounting package and
44 23 (belt)
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE-
5M 25 25
05 1- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.9 5.79
gearmotor, by following
23 (chain) CH 10 10
*Speeds Vary +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from from left to right
drawing
Variable Speed Step 2

Torque Gear Reducer Horsepower Voltage Key

Sprocket/Timing Pulley 1 115VAC 1 PH


Combinations 3 230/460 VAC 3 PH
V 90 VDC w/controller
D 90 VDC w/o controller

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125 Series Standard Duty Drives

Side Drive
Note:
This mounting arrangement allows
for the drive to be mounted on either
A* 2.56 3.54 side of the conveyor with the motor
inline with the drive pulley.
.50 Reference the drawings to the left for
5.57 dimensional information. Reference
the tables to the right for
Drive Location mounting package and
3 1 gearmotor ordering
3.50 .84 .16 information. The box
.38
4.00 immediately left shows
the possible drive
Front View Top View positions.

*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table on next page 1 3

Remote Drive
Note:
3.08 This mounting arrangement allows for
A* 1.26 .28 DIA. the drive to be mounted away from
the conveyor and on either side of the
conveyor, with the motor inline with
the drive pulley. Reference the
4.88 4.00 drawings to the left for dimensional
5.57 information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
2.00 3 1 mounting package and
4.25 gearmotor ordering
.75
information. The box
.27 1.31 3.50 immediately left shows the
Front View Top View possible drive positions.

*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table on next page 1 3

Top Drive
Note:
A + .31 * This mounting arrangement allows
for the drive to be mounted above
the conveyor belt, on either side of
3.50
the conveyor, and with the motor
inline with the drive pulley. Reference
9.50 5.61 the drawings to the left for
3.39 ** 3.50 dimensional information.
Drive Location Reference the tables to the
3 1 right for mounting package
.38 and gearmotor ordering
information. The box
1.75 immediately left shows the
Front View Top View possible drive positions.

*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table on next page 1 3


**Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21

Bottom Drive
Note:
.33 1.75 This mounting arrangement allows
for the drive to be mounted below the
conveyor belt, on either side of the
conveyor, and with the motor inline
with the drive pulley. Reference the
3.00 drawings to the left for dimensional
9.50 5.61 information. Reference the
3.50 Drive Location tables to the right for
3.50 3 1 mounting package and
gearmotor ordering
.38 information. The box
A + .31 * immediately left shows the
possible drive positions.
Front View Top View
*For “A” dimension, see Motor Information table on next page 1 3

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Standard Duty Electric
Side or Remote Drive
Fixed Speed
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
Example: M1-S3SE Example: 051-025
Torque (DTT)
FPM* Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
4.5 88 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
10 76 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
18 50 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
21 41 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
30 33 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 5.79
43 23 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 1- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 5.79
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
drawing

Variable Speed

Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information
Example: M1-R1SE Example: 05V-018
Torque (DTT) Prefix Mounting Suffix Prefix Voltage A*
FPM* Inch Lbs. Position* Ratio HP Voltage AMP
2.5 - 5.0 73 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
6 - 12 63 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
10 - 20 42 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
12 - 24 34 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
17 - 34 27 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
24.5 - 49 19 M1- S or R 1 or 3 SE 05 V- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
drawing
Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example:
M1-S1SE (Side Drive Mounting) 051-120 (115v 1PH Gearmotor@4.5 FPM)

Top or Bottom Drive


Fixed Speed
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
Example: M1-T1SE-5M2525 Example: 051-025
FPM* Torque (DTT) Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr/Sprkt Conv. Sprkt
Inch Lbs. Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
4.5 88 5M 25 25
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
CH 10 10
11 76 5M 25 25
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
CH 10 10
18 50 5M 25 25
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
CH 10 10
22 41 5M 25 25
M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 6.47
CH 10 10
30 5M 25 25
33 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 5.79
CH 10 10
44 5M 25 25
23 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 1- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 0.7 5.79
CH 10 10
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
drawing
Variable Speed
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information*
Example: M1-B3SE-5M2525 Example: 05V-012
FPM* Torque (DTT)
Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr/Sprkt Conv. Sprkt Prefix Voltage Ratio HP Voltage AMP *A
5M 25 25 05 V-
2.5 - 5.0 73 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 120 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
CH 10 10
5M 25 25 05 V-
6 - 12 63 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 050 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
CH 10 10
5M 25 25 05 V-
10 - 20 42 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 030 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
CH 10 10
5M 25 25
12 - 24 34 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 025 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 7.16
CH 10 10
5M 25 25
17 - 34 27 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 018 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
CH 10 10
5M 25 25
24.5 - 49 19 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SE- 05 V- 012 1/19 115v 1PH TENV 1 6.45
CH 10 10
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart *A from
Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example: drawing
M1-T3SE-5M2525 (Top Drive Mounting Pkg w/Timing Belt) 05V-050 (115v 1PH Gearmotor@6 TO 12 FPM)
Notes:
1. Speeds can be reduced to 1/10 of their stated speed and provides 88 inch lbs. of torque by using a decimal reducer (Part No. 125-0205-10x)
2. Fixed speed motors are UL, cUL, and CE approved; however, the variable speed motor is not
See Drive Accessory Page (Page 39) for standard duty
3. Torque values are based upon start-up torque cords, switches, and plugs
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125 Series Pneumatic Drives

Side Drive
Note:
This arrangement allows for the
drive to be mounted on either side
of the conveyor with the motor inline
8.59 .72 with the drive pulley. Reference the
drawings to the left for dimensional
.50
information. Reference the tables to
5.17 the right for mounting
2.93 Drive Location package and gearmotor
3 1 ordering information. The
.31
box immediately left
.38 shows the possible drive
positions.
Front View Top View
1 3

Remote Drive
Note:
This arrangement allows for the drive
5.93 .28 DIA. to be mounted away from the
conveyor and on either side of the
conveyor, with the motor inline with
2.94 4.25 4.88 the drive pulley. Reference the
drawings to the left for dimensional
5.23 information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
2.00 3 1 mounting package and
.75 gearmotor ordering
.50 information. The box
3.50 immediately left shows the
1.31
Front View Top View possible drive positions.
1 3

Top Drive
Note:
This arrangement allows for the drive
to be mounted above the conveyor
belt, on either side of the conveyor,
5.12 and with the motor inline with the
drive pulley. Reference the drawings
9.50 to the left for dimensional
2.93 * 3.50 information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
3 1 mounting package and
.38 gearmotor ordering
6.31
information. The box
1.75 immediately left shows the
Front View Top View possible drive positions.

*Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21. 1 3

Bottom Drive
Note:
.33 This arrangement allows for the drive
to be mounted below the conveyor
belt, on either side of the conveyor,
and with the motor inline with the
2.56 drive pulley. Reference the drawings
9.50 to the left for dimensional
3.50 information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
5.12
3 1 mounting package and
.38 gearmotor ordering
information. The box
1.75 6.31
immediately left shows the
possible drive positions.
Front View Top View
1 3

34 QC Industries 513.753.6000
Pneumatic
Side or Remote Drive

Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information

Example: M1-S3SA Example: 30A-015

FPM* Torque In. Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio Vane Max PSI
14-144 See Chart Below M1- S or R 1 or 3 SA 30 A- 015 4 80

*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM *See Drive Location Chart

Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example:


M1-S1SA 30A-015
Top Drive Mounting Package with Chain 4 Vane Reversible Pnuematic Motor

2.10
2.00
1.00 1/4-18 80 100

1.59

60

120
40
1/4-18 NPT NPT

140
20
0 160

1/4-18
NPT 3.42
1/4-18 NPT
.88 HEX
3.21

Needle Valve Filter, Regulator, Lubricator


Typical Arrangement
Part Number: 125-0034-VLV1 Part Number: 125-0034-FRL
The QC Industries Needle Valve acts as a throttling The QC Industries Filter, Regulator, and Lubricator has
device, and is sized to incrementally control the speed been sized to handle the flow and pressure
of the Standard Duty Pneumatic Drive requirements of the Standard Duty Pneumatic Drive

Top or Bottom Drive

Mounting Part Number Motor Part No. Motor Information


Sizing Information
Example: M1-T1SA-5M2525 Example: 30A-015

FPM* Torque In. Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr. Sprkt Conv Sprkt Prefix Voltage Ratio Vane Max PSI
See Chart 5M 25 25
14-144 M1- T or B 1 or 3 SA- 30 A- 015 4 80
See Chart CH 10 10
*See Drive Location Chart
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4 FPM
Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example:
M1-T3SA-CH1010 (Top Drive Mounting Pkg w/Chain) 30A-015 (4 Vane Reversible Pneumatic Motor)

Torque vs. Speed Air Consumption vs. Speed


100 24
80 P
SI

20
80
I
PS
80
CFM (Free Air) Consumption

60 P I
SI 16 PS
60
60
Torque Lbs. In.

12 SI
40 PS 40 P
I
40
8 20 PSI

20 PSI
20
4

0 0
0 36 72 108 144 0 36 72 108 144
Speed - FPM (Output) Speed - FPM (Output)
Notes:
1. Motor comes standard with muffler and in-line filter.
2. Speed should be controlled on the exhaust of air to preserve maximum torque output and a stable speed control.
3. Max speed is 61 FPM @ 80 PSI.
4. Both chain and timing belt drives have the same torque rating.
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125 Series Heavy Duty Drives

Side Drive
Note:
B DIA.*
This arrangement allows for the
4.14
B DIA. * drive to be mounted on either side
.48 of the conveyor with the motor
perpendicular to the drive pulley.
A* Reference the drawings to the left for
1.77 dimensional information. Reference
the tables to the right for
Drive Location mounting package and
3-G 1-J gearmotor ordering
1.34 information. The box
immediately left shows
.87 3.89 the possible drive
Front View Top View positions.

*For “A” and “B” dimensions, see table at bottom of page 1-J 3-G

Remote Drive
Note:
This arrangement allows for the drive
to be mounted away from the
B DIA. * B DIA. * conveyor and on either side of the
A* conveyor, with the motor
.44 DIA. perpendicular to the drive pulley.
Reference the drawings to the left for
2.75 .50 DIA. dimensional information.
1.74 Drive Location Reference the tables to the
3-J 1-G right for mounting package
2.88 and gearmotor ordering
3.75 1.12
information. The box
2.88 immediately left shows the
Front View Top View possible drive positions.

Note: 56 frame gear motors extend below


*For “A” and “B” dimensions, see table at bottom of page 1-G 3-J
gear box mounting plate and may require
shimming

Top Drive
B DIA.* Note:
1.86 B DIA. * This arrangement allows for the drive
to be mounted above the conveyor
belt, on either side of the conveyor,
and with the motor perpendicular to
the drive pulley. Reference the
A*
drawings to the left for dimensional
9.50 5.68 **
information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
3.50 3-G 1-J mounting package and
1.37 gearmotor ordering
information. The box
1.75 .38 immediately left shows the
Front View Top View possible drive positions.

*For “A” and “B” dimensions, see table at bottom of page 1-J 3-G
**Dimension reflects use of MAA belt. See pages 20-21.
Bottom Drive
Note:
B DIA.*
1.75 .33 This arrangement allows for the drive
to be mounted below the conveyor
belt, on either side of the conveyor,
and with the motor perpendicular to
the drive pulley. Reference the
A*
9.50 5.30 drawings to the left for dimensional
information. Reference the
Drive Location tables to the right for
3.50 3-J 1-G mounting package and
1.37 gearmotor ordering
B DIA. * information. The box
1.86
.38 immediately left shows the
possible drive positions.
Front View Top View
*For “A” and “B” dimensions, see table at bottom of page 1-G 3-J

The motor can be rotated in 90O Motor Dimension Chart


increments when attaching it to the 161 163 16V 251 253 25V 331 333 33V 501 503 50V 503 (ID)
gearbox. This allows the user flexibility
A 11.39 11.26 8.22 9.22 9.25 9.15 9.01 9.24 10.11 13.85 13.22 15.84 14.08
when deciding where the motor
capacitor and work box will be located. B 5.20 4.69 4.98 5.19 5.20 4.99 6.20 5.20 5.01 6.15 6.19 4.98 7.23

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Heavy Duty Electric
Fixed or Variable Speed
Side Drive
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information
Example: M1-S1J0 Example: 161 - 50J Voltage
Torque (DTT) 115/230 230/460 DC
FPM* Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio Gearbox
Hand HP Amp Amp Amp Face
12 120 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 16 1,3,V,D- 50 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
15 128 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 16 1,3,V,D- 40 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
20 132 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 16 1,3,V,D- 30 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
30 130 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 25 1,3,V,D- 20 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
40 128 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 25 1,3,V,D- 15 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
60 107 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 33 1,3,V,D- 10 G or J 1/3 5.2/2.8 1.5/0.7 3.2 42C
120 82 M1- S 1J or 3G 0 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/2.0 4.8 56C
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4FPM *See Drive Location Chart

Remote Drive
Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part Number Motor Information
Example: M1-R1G0 Example: 251-20G Voltage
Torque (DTT) Gearbox 115/230 230/460 DC
FPM* Inch Lbs. Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Prefix Voltage Ratio Hand HP Amp Amp Amp Face
12 120 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 16 1,3,V,D- 50 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
15 128 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 16 1,3,V,D- 40 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
20 132 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 16 1,3,V,D- 30 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
30 130 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 25 1,3,V,D- 20 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
40 128 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 25 1,3,V,D- 15 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
60 107 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 33 1,3,V,D- 10 G or J 1/3 5.2/2.8 1.5/0.7 3.2 42C
120 82 M1- R 1G or 3J 0 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/2.0 4.8 56C
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4FPM *See Drive Location Chart

Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example: Voltage Key
M1-S3J0 (Side Drive Mounting) 253-15J (230/460v 3PH Gearmotor@40 FPM) 1 115 VAC 1 PH For optional AC controls, see p. 38
3 230/460 VAC 3 PH For optional AC controls, see p. 38
V 90 VDC w/controller See controller on p. 38
D 90 VDC w/o controller Customer to supply controller
Fixed or Variable Speed
Top or Bottom Drive

Sizing Information Mounting Part Number Motor Part No. Motor Information
Example: M1-B3J0-CH1410 Example: 503-05J Voltage
Torque (DTT) Gearbox 115/230 230/460 DC
FPM* Prefix Mounting Position* Suffix Belt/Chain GMtr. Sprkt Conv Sprkt Prefix Voltage Ratio Hand HP Face
Inch Lbs. Amp Amp Amp
95 (belt) 5M 25 25
12 M1- T or B 1J, 1G, 3J 0- 16 1,3,V,D- 50 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
120 (chain) or 3G CH 10 10
95 (belt) 5M 25 25
15 M1- T or B 1J, 1G, 3J 0- 16 1,3,V,D- 40 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
128 (chain) or 3G CH 10 10
98 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 25 25
20 M1- T or B or 3G
0- 16 1,3,V,D- 30 G or J 1/6 3.6/1.9 1.3/0.6 1.7 42C
132 (chain) CH 10 10
93 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 25 25
30 M1- T or B or 3G
0- 25 1,3,V,D- 20 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
130 (chain) CH 10 10
89 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 25 25
40 M1- T or B or 3G
0- 25 1,3,V,D- 15 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
128 (chain CH 10 10
87 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 30 25
50 M1- T or B or 3G
0- 25 1,3,V,D- 15 G or J 1/4 4.6/2.6 1.3/0.6 2.5 42C
107 (chain) CH 12 10
84 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 25 25
60 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 33 1,3,V,D- 10 G or J 1/3 2.5/2.8 1.5/0.7 3.2 42C
107 (chain) CH 10 10
89 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 30 25
75 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 33 1,3,V,D- 10 G or J 1/3 2.5/2.8 1.5/0.7 3.2 42C
100 (chain) CH 12 10
67 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 40 25
100 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 33 1,3,V,D- 10 G or J 1/3 2.5/2.8 1.5/0.7 3.2 42C
67 (chain) CH 16 10
82 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 25 25
120 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/1.0 4.8 56C
82 (chain) CH 10 10
68 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 30 25
150 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/1.0 4.8 56C
68 (chain) CH 12 10
59 (belt) 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 34 25
175 M1- T or B or 3G 0- 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/1.0 4.8 56C
59 (chain) CH 14 10
51 (belt) M1- T or B 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 40 25
200 or 3G
0- 50 1,3,V, D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/1.0 4.8 56C
51 (chain) CH 16 10
46 (belt) M1- T or B 1J, 1G, 3J 5M 44 25
225 0- 50 1,3,V,D- 05 G or J 1/2 7.4/3.7 2.1/1.0 4.8 56C
46 (chain) or 3G CH 18 10
*Speeds vary up to +/- 4FPM *See Drive Location chart

Mounting Part Number Example: Motor Part No. Example:


M1-T1J0-5M4025 (Top Drive Mounting Pkg w/Timing Belt) 331-10J (115v 1PH Gearmotor@100 FPM)
Notes:

1. ALL above gearmotors are UL and CSA approved


2. Torque values are based upon running torque See Drive Accessories pages (p. 38 & 39) for
3. Inverter duty variable frequency rated motors are available in 1/2 HP. Add an ID to the end of the motor part number for the 230/460VAC 3ph motors only. optional controllers, motor starters, e-stops,
4. Please note that all inverter duty motors have a non-removable foot mount on them cords, switches, and plugs
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125 Series Drive Accessories

Motor Controls

6.00
Specifications/Features:
5.00
115 V AC, 1 phase input, 90 V DC, 1/2 hp max output
3X .19 DIA. 230 V AC, 1 phase input, 180 V DC, 1 hp max output
30:1 speed range
UL/ULc/CE
8.00 NEMA 1 Enclosure
5.00
Forward/Reverse switch, Run/Brake switch
Min/Max & Accel/Decel settings

To Order:
Part Number:
1.25 125-0054-01 Standard NEMA 1DC Control
3.45 125-0149-09* Wiring: cords & plugs

Standard DC Control *Includes 8’ cord from control to AC plug and 8’ cord from
2X .88 DIA. 2.50 control to motor with male/female disconnects (wired).
Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly
wire this controller to the gearmotor
Specifications/Features:
115/230 V AC, 1/3 phase, 50/60 hz input, 1 hp max output
10:1 speed range (when used with ID motor)
UL/ULc/CE
2.84 4.45
IP 20 Enclosure
2.40 3-digit LED display
Forward/Reverse switch
Run/Stop button, Accel/Decel buttons
Carrier frequency selectable for quiet operation
4.57 5.73 5.13 To Order:
Part Number:*
125-0054-5C-11-05 115V AC, 1 phase input, IP20
125-0054-5C-21-05 230V AC, 1 phase input, IP20
125-0054-5C-23-20 230 V AC, 3 phase input, IP20
4X .18 DIA. .34
125-0054-5C-43-10 460 V AC, 3 phase input, IP20
Standard AC Control
Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly
wire this controller to the gearmotor

5.63 Specifications/Features:

115 V AC, 1 phase input, 90 V DC, 1 hp max output


.19 230 V AC, 1 phase input, 180 V DC, 2 hp max output
30:1 speed range
7.20
6.35 UL/ULc/CE
.85 NEMA 4X Enclosure
Speed adjustment potentiometer
Forward/Off/Reverse switch
5.16 Min/Max & Accel/Decel settings

2X 3/4 NPT To Order:


Part Number:
4.56 125-0054-38 NEMA 4X DC Control
2.12
This 4X washdown controller can be used in a wet or dusty
Washdown DC Control environment.
2.20 1.20
Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly
wire this controller to the gearmotor

5.63 Specifications/Features:

115/230 V AC, 1 phase, 50/60 hz input, 3 phase out, 1 hp max output


10:1 speed range (when used with ID motor)
.19 UL/ULc
7.20 NEMA 4X Enclosure
6.35
.85 Speed adjustment potentiometer
Run/Stop switch
Carrier frequency selectable for quiet operation

5.16
To Order:
2X 3/4 NPT Part Number:
125-0054-37 NEMA 4X AC Control
4.56
2.12 This 4X washdown controller can be used in a wet or dusty
Washdown AC Control environment.
2.20 1.20

Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly


wire this controller to the gearmotor

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Motion Controls

The Motor Starter is an overload protection that also


.25 DIA. 3.63 provides a means of using a Remote E-Stop for safety.
The starter is equipped with an undervoltage trip to
protect against autostarting after the overload condition
has been corrected. Also includes short circuit protection.
5.13 5.75
Specifications/Features:
115 V AC, 1 phase, 60 hz input, 1/2 hp max
230 V AC, 3 phase input, 1 1/2 hp max
2.00 460 V AC, 3 phase input, 1 1/2 hp max
UL/CSA/CE
.72 Start/Stop buttons
IP55 Enclosure
To Order:
4X 1/2 DIA. KNOCKOUT Part Number:
Motor Starter 125-0054-38-115 115 V AC, 1ph w/enclosure
Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly 125-0054-38-230 230 V AC, 3 ph w/enclosure
wire motor starter and e-stops 125-0054-38-460 460 V AC, 3 ph w/enclosure

The E-Stop accessory is mounted directly to the Motor


Starter enclosure, providing a means of stopping the motor
TURN TO RELEASE for safety. It can be padlocked for servicing, and contains a
E-STOP start button for restarting the motor after the pushbutton
2.50 3.13 has been released.

Specifications/Features:
Turn to release
2.25 UL/CSA/CE
E-Stop can be locked out/includes start button
IP55 Rated

Note: Mounts directly to motor starter enclosure


5.88 LOCK-OUT
TAG-OUT
To Order:
E-Stop Accessory Part Number:
Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly ELECT-061 E-Stop Accessory for Motor Starter
wire motor starter and e-stops

The Remote E-Stop provides a means for locking out power


3.50
to the motor for safety. It includes an IP65 enclosure and
3.00 mounting bracket to allow the E-Stop to be mounted directly
2X .22 DIA.
to the side of the conveyor frame.

Specifications/Features:
2.67 2.89 Turn to release
UL/CSA/CE
IP65 Enclosure

2.37 2.75
To Order:
3.76 Part Number:
ELECT-063-WBRKT E-Stop with enclosure

Remote E-Stop Note: Includes mounting bracket to mount to conveyor frame


Note: It is the responsibility of the end user to properly
wire motor starter and e-stops

Optional Cords, Plugs, & Switches

Standard Duty Motor Options Heavy Duty Motor Options


Part Number Description Part Number Description
125-0149-01 Fixed speed standard duty electric motor ON/OFF switch 125-0149-05 ON/OFF switch for 1 PH heavy duty motor
125-0149-02 Fixed speed standard duty electric motor FORWARD/REVERSE switch 125-0149-06 FORWARD/REVERSE switch for 1 PH heavy duty motor
125-0149-03 Variable speed standard duty electric motor FORWARD/REVERSEswitch 125-0149-07 8’ cord and plug for 1 PH heavy duty motor
125-0149-04 Fixed speed standard duty electric motor 8’ cord and plug 125-0149-09 8’ cord and plug for 90VDC motor - see controller for details

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125 Series Drive Accessories

Double Universal Joint

4.88 MAX 3.25 The Double Universal Joint with


1/8 KEYWAY 2X 11/32 bearing mount is used to couple a
1.40 HOLES 2.50 remote mounted motor with a
1.69 conveyor drive shaft when there is
0.6
not common shaft alignment. This
assembly should be used with Drive
2.75 End Mounts.
.50 DIA.
BORE 1.50 1.34 Note: Torque rating of universal joint
at average angle of 15O (.375 offset)
1.00 DIA. 0.75 MAX
1.09 1/2 HEX and 350 rpm is 125 inch lbs. Higher
Part No. 125-0148-00 speeds and angle will reduce rating.
(with bearing mount)
Part No. 125-0148-03 CAUTION: Universal joint must be guarded.
(without bearing mount) (Guarding is the responsibility of the end user.)

Single Piece Flex Coupling

2.50 Part Number A B *Torque Rating


A (Inch Lbs.)
The Single Piece Flex Coupling is
125-0009-02 .5 in. diameter .5 in. diameter 100
used to couple the remote mounted
motor with the conveyor drive shaft.
125-0009-03 .5 in. diameter .5 in. hex 100 This coupling can also be used to
w/keyway couple between gang driven
conveyors.
125-0009-06 .5 in. hex .5 in. hex 100
1.62
B

*Value based on non-reversing applications with an


angular offset of up to 5O.

Three Piece Flex Coupling

*Torque Rating The Three Piece Flex Coupling is


2.0 Part Number A B
1.37 (Inch Lbs.) used to couple the remote mounted
motor with the conveyor drive shaft.
A
125-0135-00 .5 in. diameter .5 in. hex 114 This coupling can also be used to
w/keyway couple between gang driven
conveyors. This coupling is used on
B 125-0135-01 .625 in. diameter .5 in. hex 114
w/keyway all side drives.
1.06 DIA. Note: Use of the three piece flex
125-0135-02 .5 in. hex .5 in. hex 114
.97 DIA. coupling may require the 1/2” hex
shaft retaining collar (Part No.
125-0135-07 .5 in. diameter .5 in. diameter 114 125-0078-026) to prevent separation.
1/2” Hex Shaft Retaining Collar
Part No. 125-0078-026 Please consult factory.
*Value based on standard duty non-reversing
applications with an angular offset of up to 1O. For
heavy duty applications, divide torque by 2.

Drive Extension Shaft Drive Extension Shaft Support Block

3.25 2X 11/32
HOLES
LE 2.50
NG
TH

Length Part No. 1/2 HEX


23 in. 125-0005-23 7/ 8 1/2
1 1/ 4 2.75 1.34
35 in. 125-0005-35
1/2 HEX
47 in. 125-0005-47
Part No. 125-0148-05
59 in. 125-0005-59 The Drive Extension Shaft can be The Drive Extension Shaft Support
71 in. 125-0005-71 used to gang drive multiple Block is used to support lengths of
conveyors and/or for power take-off shaft not supported by the drive
83 in. 125-0005-83 of remote drives. coupling or a conveyor.
95 in. 125-0005-95

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Typical Gang Drive Examples

Bottom Drive withTwo Flex Couplings

Note 1:

This typical gang drive application shows a


1ESBH06-120-ASQ-MAA
bottom drive mounting arrangement. The
125-0009-03 couplings and drive extension shaft are
125-0005-23 shown on the opposing page. Please note
that the conveyor to which the drive is
125-0009-03
attached has a “D” designator in the drive
pulley portion of the part number.
1ESBH06-120-ADQ-MAA
M1-B1G0-5M2525
161-50G

Side Drive with Through Shaft & Drive End Mounts

125-0013-00
Note 2:

1ESBH06-120-AHQ-MAA This typical gang drive application shows a


125-0014-00 side drive mounting arrangement. The drive
end mounts are shown on page 27, and
125-0005-23
drive extension shafts are shown on the
125-0013-00 opposing page. Please note that the
conveyor to which the drive is nearest has
1ESBH06-120-AHQ-MAA
an “H” designator in the drive pulley portion
161-50J 125-0015-00 of the part number.
M1-S1J0-HEX* *Non-Standard Part Number

Remote Drive with Flex Couplings

Note 3:

This typical gang drive application shows a


1ESBH06-120-ASQ-MAA remote drive mounting arrangement. The
125-0009-03 couplings and drive extension shafts are
shown on the opposing page. Please note
125-0005-23 that the conveyor to which the drive is
125-0009-03 nearest has a “D” designator in the drive
161-50G 125-0148-03 pulley portion of the part number.
M1-R1G0 1ESBH06-120-ADQ-MAA

How to Order

The examples above help illustrate how to assemble part numbers for typical applications. The following shows the steps needed
to correctly size a gang driven application:

Step One: Add up the equivalent load for each conveyor you plan to gang drive. (Using pages 10, 14, and/or 18)
Step Two: Size a drive based upon the total equivalent load from Step One
Step Three: Determine which type of drive arrangement you need: side, remote, top, or bottom (Using page 32, 34, or 36)
Step Four: Change the drive pulley digit of the conveyor part number to reflect which drive arrangement you are using. "D" for top
or bottom drives and "H" for side or remote drives. Conveyor Part number example: 1ESBH04-060-ADQ-MAA - The "D"
designates a dual output drive pulley to be used in a gang driven application using a top or bottom drive. The “H” designates a hex
input pulley to be used in a gang driven application using a side or remote drive.
Step Five: Determine the couplings and drive extension shaft needed, using the above diagrams as a guide. This information can
be located on the opposing page
Step Six: Ensure that the couplings can handle the torque requirements of the system. Reference page 40

Please consult the factory if you have questions.

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125 Series Automation Accessories

Motion Detection

• Compact design
• Easy to retrofit into existing conveyors
• Magnetic proximity sensor allows for
4 PIN 2 WIRE RECEPTACLE
dependable operation in harsh
Motion detection can be used in all CLAMPED IN FRAME operating environments
applications where it is necessary to • Provides one pulse per tail pulley
know the conveyor belt is running revolution
while other machines are operating. 4 PIN 2WIRE CONNECTOR
QC’s motion detection system 1.00
monitors your conveyor and provides a PROX SENSOR .86
“belt running” signal to your machine
conrtrol system or PLC. #10-32 F.H.C.S.

SPRING ALLOWS SENSOR MOVEMENT


FOR QUICK BELT CHANGE
.63
.54
.06
.75
6.06

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1 1 BROWN (+) Electrical Specifications:
.60 Supply Voltage - 24 VDC
2 4 2 N/A
3 3 BLUE (-) Load Current - 200 mA, normally open
4 N/A Operating Temperature:
-25O to +70OC (-13OF to +158OF)
PIN CONFIGURATION

Motion Detection Retrofit Kit Installed Motion Detection Kit

Conveyor Width Part No. Includes: Conveyor Width Part No. Includes:
2 in. 125-0335-02 (1) 4-pin two wire male connector 2 in. 125-0340-02 (1) 4-pin two wire male connector
3 in. 125-0335-03 (1) 4-pin two wire female connector 3 in. 125-0340-03 (1) 4-pin two wire female connector
4 in. 125-0335-04 (1) Mounting block and spring assembly 4 in. 125-0340-04 (1) Mounting block and spring assembly
6 in. (1) Mounting hardware kit 6 in. 125-0340-06 (1) Mounting hardware kit
125-0335-06
(1) Template for mounting hole transfer 8 in. (1) Detectable tail assembly exchanged
8 in. 125-0335-08 125-0340-08
(1) Detectable tail assembly for the standard tail assembly
10 in. 125-0335-10 10 in. 125-0340-10
(1) Proximity sensor (1) Proximity sensor
12 in. 125-0335-12 12 in. 125-0340-12 (1) Installation of sensor kit into conveyor
18 in. 125-0335-18 Note: This kit can only be ordered for installation 18 in. 125-0340-18
of motion detection into an existing conveyor in Note: This kit can only be ordered with the
24 in. 125-0335-24 the field 24 in. 125-0340-24 purchase of a new conveyor

Note: Holes to be drilled in the field by the Note: Please denote a “D” in the tail pulley portion
customer. of conveyor part number

Drip Pans

Features:
Attaches to standard width and length
conveyors, and is ideal for recapturing
oils and lubricants.
1/2-14 NPT Note: Designed for use with fixed side
rails that use side rail clamps and the
universal adjustable side mount only.
1/2-14 NPT
To Order:
Fill in the last five digits of the part
number with the width and length of the
conveyor it is to be used on.
Part No. 125-0403- - Part No. 125-0403-WW-LLL

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90O Transfer Plate Inline Transfer Plate

Conveyor Width Part No.


2 in. 125-0230-02 Conveyor Width Part No.
3 in. 125-0230-03 2 in. 125-0220-02
4 in. 125-0230-04 3 in. 125-0220-03
6 in. 125-0230-06 4 in. 125-0220-04
8 in. 125-0230-08 6 in. 125-0220-06
10 in. 125-0230-10 8 in. 125-0220-08
12 in. 125-0230-12 10 in. 125-0220-10
18 in. 125-0230-18 12 in. 125-0220-12
24 in. 125-0230-24 18 in. 125-0220-18
24 in. 125-0220-24

Notes:
Transfer plates are not intended for use with Note:
high friction or cleated belts. Transfer plates are not intended for use
with high friction or cleated belts.
Discharge conveyor must be pushing.
Customer to drill screw holes to mount plate.

Pivot Mount Set Custom Rolling Nosebars

Note: Note:

The pivot mount attaches to the tail The rolling nosebar can be used
end of the conveyor and enables a with a conveyor running less than 60
pivot point from which other devices fpm and carrying less than 5 lbs. per
can lift the conveyor. Includes left inch of conveyor width.
and right hand mount.

To Order:
To Order: Please denote an ‘SAF’ in the belt portion
Part No. 125-0172-00 of the conveyor part number, and an ‘R’
for the tail pulley part of the conveyor part
number.

Example: 1ESBH04-048-ASR-SAF

Adjustable Stops Adjustable Diverters

To Order:
Note:
1. Select an adjustable stop for 1”
sides, 2” sides, or single tee slot The adjustable diverter comes with a
(See pages 22 -24) 5’ piece of UHMW rail and (2)
mounting assemblies that the user
2. Using the chart below, fill in the can utilize to help orient the product
part number using the nominal width around a 90O transfer.
of the conveyor for the last two digits
of the part number
Part No.
1” Sides 125-0232-WW
2” Sides 125-0234-WW
Single Tee Slot 125-0233-WW

Example: 125-0232-04
End Stop for a 4” wide conveyor that has To Order:
1” aluminum side rails with wear strip Part No. 125-0250-000

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