Rubber belts

More precise information about the rubber belts – including their parameters, main characteristics and attribues – can be found under the “belt structure” subcategory.

In order to find the best rubber belt for your conveyor please prepare the following information:

Belt parameters:

  • width
  • circuit length
  • thickness

Production:

  • open
  • hot-vulcanised into circuit
  • cold-vulcanised into circuit
  • ready for vulcanisation
  • joined mechanically

Conveyor parameters

  • driving drum diameter
  • trail drum diameter
  • belt support:
    • sliding table
    • rollers
    • rollers in through
  • belt inclination angle (in case of working inclined)
  • is it an elevator?
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Transported material and working conditions

  • temperature of the product
  • ambient temperature
  • type of the transported material
  • belt workload
  • travel speed
  • external conditions (dust, dirt, oil etc.)

Additional information

  • producer
  • symbol of the conveyors used before
  • potential additional requests

Rubber belt denotation

Example: EP400/3, 4+2, Y

EP – core made of polyester-polyamid piles

400 – belt strength in Newtons/mm of belt width

3 – number of plies

4+2 – rubber plies thickness: top + bottom

Y – wear grade: max. 150 mm3

Popular conveyor belts:

Cover qualities:

  • A – for food industry
  • C – chemical resistant
  • E – antistatic
  • G – oil resistant
  • K – antistatic and fire resistant
  • R – low temperature resistant
  • T – high temperature resistant

Cover wear grades:

  • W – max. 90 mm3
  • X – max. 120 mm3
  • Y – max. 150 mm3
  • Z – max. 250 mm3

 

 

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