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MHS Heavy-Duty Secondary Cleaner

MHS Heavy-Duty Secondary Cleaner

The MHS Heavy-Duty Secondary Belt Cleaner was designed to deliver and maintain superior cleaning efficiency, even on the most demanding, abusive beltlines. It delivers high-efficiency cleaning and long lasting performance and is low maintenance. 

Available with multiple tensioning options, all of our MHS cleaners were designed with features to make regular service easy, including the visual tension check. All service can be performed from a safe position at the side of the conveyor.

The Flexco Mineline® endorsement means it's proven in heavy-tonnage applications that test the strength and durability of your conveyor system.

Features and Benefits

  • 6" (150 mm) segmented blades that are independently tensioned by our patent-pending PowerFlex™ cushions
  • Tungsten carbide blades deliver high cleaning efficiency and long wear life
  • Tips available for mechanically fastened or vulcanized belts 
  • CEMA Class 5
  • Multiple tensioning options
  • Belt speeds up to 1500 fpm (6.0 m/sec)
  • Belt widths 18" to 96" (450 to 2400 mm)


  • Mounted after the head pulley
  • When the MHS is teamed with the MMP Precleaner, the system provides maximum cleaning power for tough applications
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When standard products just won't do.
Flexco Mineline® products are designed and engineered to work in some of the toughest applications in the world that test the strength and durability of your conveyor system. Products carrying the Mineline® name are proven to work — even where other products have failed.