Mr. Daniel Johnston, the President & Owner of Rite Idler, has been involved in the bulk material handling business for over 40 years. He has been involved with servicing all major industrial sectors including, but not limited to, mining, forestry, steel, and aggregate. Throughout his 40 years of experience supplying, installing, and maintaining various styles and types of components, he became very familiar with the different strengths and functional designs of conveyor idlers. More importantly, the limitations and weaknesses of
At Rite Idler we are committed to manufacturing the best quality idlers suitable for any conveyor system. We pride ourselves on being a reliable company who will commit to staying on schedule, providing efficient and on time delivery of goods. The integrity, determination and teamwork of our employees combined with their experience in this industry allows us to make a premium quality product with standard or custom-made designs to suit any customer's particular needs. Our leadership and ingenuity in this industry is shown through our unique bearing sealing system and our screw-in shaft ends. This allows us to fit virtually any idler frame, regardless of who manufactured them and without the need for troublesome adaptors. We respect the fact that every customer has different idler component requirements which many times are not part of the conveyor system "norm". This is why we specialize in custom-made idler designs, like our extreme duty application "Series 65 idlers". We look forward to having the opportunity to prove to you that our products are the Rite choice for all your conveyor component needs!
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current idler designs became apparent to him. He looked for a solution to solve these design faults, and the Rite Idler design and manufacturing procedure was the solution. It has corrected those weaknesses, resulting in a high performance product that is not to be outdone by any other manufacturer. The fact that our Rite Idler rolls have had no bearing failures to date verifies this claim.