Rubber conveyor belts with synthetic EP carcass are the most modern solution in textile belts. More technologically advanced than NYLON carcass belts, as well as older cotton carcass belts, they provide unmatched advantages such as:

  • Low tension
  • Virtually 100% tensile break strength achieved at hot splice point
  • Good tensile break strength achieved when using mechanical fasteners
  • No belt edge fraying of the carcass
  • Excellent troughability
  • Excellent resistance to diverse weather conditions, full insulation against humidity and decay

SYNTHETIC TEXTILE EP - Technical data sheet - PDF

Whole full-cord never doff layers, high strength, small elongation, anti-impact, antiavulsion. PVC-PVD type is full-core burring-resistant conveyor belt and it used in obliquity under 20 degree in dry conditions material's transportation. It has very small elongation and a very big strength. It is usually used to replace steel cord belts.

Steel cord conveyor belts feature a steel cord carcass suitable for demanding long distance applications and under high impact conditions. Their main advantage is significantly increased belt conveyor life.

STEEL CORD - Technical data sheet - PDF
STEEL CORD - Technical data sheet - PDF (Printable version - Landscape - A4)

Closed conveyor belts are suitable for use within pipe conveyor systems, receiving material in an open configuration and subsequently through proper roller placement changing shape to a cylindrical shape. Pipe conveyor belts offers many advantages such as:

  • Secure, spillage-free transportation resulting in zero material loss
  • Flexibility to tackle special and demanding applications e.g. tight curves
  • Efficient solution for bulk materials, even in limiting locations e.g. tunnels

Chevron belts are manufactured in a special molded press where they are simultaneously vulcanized along with the belt thus producing a cleat integrated to the top surface. Chevron belt come in V, U shapes and heights of 15mm & 25mm. Chevron belts is used to convey materials at angles that are so steep that load slips or falls back. The special profiles on such belts make increased angles of inclination possible compared with smooth surface belts. Smooth surface belts can carry material to a maximum of 20° (depending on the material). Chevron belts instead make increased angles of 30° - 40° possible, depending on the material. As a result of the increased inclines we can afford greater space limitations as well as lower costs in the supporting construction (due to shorter length).

CHEVRON - Technical data sheet - PDF

A sidewall and/or cleat may be spliced onto the surface of a smooth belt. The materials used are special, high strength glue in order to achieve exceptional results and an exceptional high overall strength. With sidewall and cleated belts we have:

  • Increased load capacity in a smaller width
  • No spillage
  • Extreme inclination up to 90°

SIDEWALL AND CLEATED - Technical data sheet - PDF