Type 200

Description

This belt is produced from closely woven circular spiral wire. Alternately to the left and right woven spirals are interconnected by vertical cross rods. The ends of these cross rods are finished in a loop or incurve inside the belt or weld. The way of finishing is usually chosen according to cross rod diameters. Thinner wires end in a loop or incurve inside the belt and thicker wires end in weld.

Characteristcs

  • straight run of the belt
  • high belt density allows transport of little products
  • long lifetime of these belts
  • special arrangement of cross rods by knurling protect cross rod from sliding spiral wires
  • possibility of flattening of cross rods at the border of the belt when edges are finished in a loop (S)
  • not suitable for transporting of products which leave remains on the belt because they can eventually clog up the belt and decrease its efficiency

Use

Above all as a bakery belt into bakery ovens, a washing belt for fruit and vegetables, a cooling belt in the confectionery and chocolate industry, a conveyor belt in the chemical industry, a cooling belt for rubber and plastic products, a conveyor belt for hot casting, a belt for hardening and tempering furnaces etc..

Technical data

Pitch of cross rods: 8,00 - 50,80 mm

Pitch of spiral wires: is not stated (about 1,5 of a spiral wire diameter)

Diameter of cross rods: 1,50 - 8,00 mm

Diameter of spiral wires: 0,80 - 5,00 mm

Standard materials: mild steel, stainless steel, stainless steel for high temperatures

Working temperature: up to 1150 °C

Edge ends: loop (S), incurve (U), weld (G)

 

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