Typ 800

Description

This belt is made of cross rods on which are thread, at the required density, short lengthways wires finished in a loop at both sides. Belt density is determined by the distance between the individual lengthways wires from the largest ones , where the lengthways wires are side by side, to the smallest ones, where the distance between them is determined by either rollers or springs. Distance demarcation and belt reinforcement is carried out by welding the other cross rods to the lengthways wires. Flat steel segments are inserted on the edges and  inside the belt for reinforcement. The ends of the cross rods are finished either by a thread with nut or weld. Drive wheels are included in the delivery of these belts if a customer requires it.

Characteristics

  • straight run of the belt
  • positive driving of the belt without slipping
  • large open area allows washing or drying of products on the belt
  • small area of contact with product where necessary
  • high strength and long lifetime of the belts
  • easy to clean, does not clog up

Use

As a baking or drying belt in the food-processing industry, especially in bakeries and the confectionery and chocolate industry, as a conveyor belt in the chemical and egineering industry, a cooling belt for rubber and plastic products, a conveyor belt in packing machines used for packaging into foils etc..

Technical data

Pitch of cross rods: 15,90 - 120,00 mm

Pitch of lengthways wires: 2.80 - 50,00 mm

Diameter of cross rods: 3,00 - 15,00 mm

Diameter of lengthways wires: 1,20 - 5,00 mm

Standard materials: mild steel, stainless steel

Working temperature: up to 400 °C

Edge ends: weld (G), nut (M)

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