Specialised Conveyor Belts

Basic Information

  • Applications
  • Recycling, Environmental, Underground applications, Agricultural, Mining
  • Manufactured to
  • DIN 22101
  • Heat Resistant
  • Heat resistant belts for transportation of hot abrasive materials such as blast furnace clinker, coke, foundry sand, ore, slag etc. with max. material temperature of 170°C.
  • Cold & Frost Resistant
  • Required for anything - 40°C When operating in adverse weather, conveyor belts that are cold resistant have a much longer operational lifespan. Low temperatures can do serious
    damage to the actual conveyor belt carcass itself. Choosing the correct thickness of the cover is essential because the cover acts as a barrier between the cold source and the carcass.
  • Flame Resistant
  • This type of belt should be used when handling combustible materials which could spark to cause a fire or where a fire could have serious Health & Safety implications or risk the destruction of expensive equipment e.g. underground or sawdust/biomass storage shed.
  • Oil and Fat
  • Oil and fat can have a very detrimental effect on the performance and lifespan of a conveyor belt. The oil can penetrate into the rubber, causing it to warp and distort, resulting in serious operational problems. Where oil and fat are present within the application, an oil and fat resistant belt should be specified. This belt type is typically used within industries manufacturing and handling grain, fertilisers, fodder mixtures, wood, food
    and some recycling plants. Belts which are resistant to both heat and oil are also available.
  • Supply type
  • Chevron / Flat / Rolls / Cut Length/ Endless
  • Supply Options
    • Endless

    • Roll

    • Cut Length

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