Rubber conveyor belts
Posted by jagdeep0 on July 18th, 2018
There are various types of rubber conveyor belts such as endless, open, confection etc and can be customized as per specific requirements of our customers. Rubber conveyor belts are a cost-effective way of conveying bulk solid materials over a distance. These belts are material handling and are manufactured from two elements such as a central resistant carcass to provide elongations and tensile strength to product. Two major belting families are steel cord conveyor belts and textile conveyor belts. There are two rubber covers known as top and bottom to keep the resistant carcass safe and characterize the belt. These covers are ozone protected and antistatic to guarantee long life and safety under tough conditions.
Rubber conveyor belts are used in unit load handling and bulk material in the gypsum industry as plasterboard belts. These belts have various features such as
There are different types of rubber conveyor belts such as
There are few more types of rubber conveyor belts such as
Cotton conveyor belts: These belts are known for their mechanical and physical characteristics and are used in different industries. These belts are tough and flexible resisting the tendency on the bolt heads by their close weave to pull through the fabric of the cotton conveyor beltings and these belts are useful in conveying heavy loads. These belts are single integrated textile belts and are woven in two, three, four or five ply construction with high quality virgin cotton yarns.
Features of cotton conveyor belt are:
Applications of cotton conveyor belt are:
Oil resistant conveyor belts: These belts are made of synthetic rubber compounds and are resistant to vegetable, fats, mineral and animal oils. These belts convey heavy-oil treated coal and machine oil coated components in electric power generating plants and cooking plants. These belts carry fish meat, soyabean draff and other oily materials consisting of non-polar organic fuel and solvents as these belts confirm to IS-1891 (Part-III). These belts are not affected by naphthene-based oils, vegetable fats, paraffin oil, animal fats, petrol etc.Top Searches - Trending Searches - New Articles - Top Articles - Trending Articles - Featured Articles - Top Members
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