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Rubber Conveyor Belt Grades & What They’re Used For

Conveyor belt grades DYNA Engineering

When looking at rubber conveyor belts, on the surface they all appear very similar. However, when designed and manufactured correctly, each different specification of rubber conveyor belting can have special properties to suit particular applications. The following different rubber grades follow the ISO 433 standard. Grade Description A Abrasion Resistant E Static Electricity Conducting F …

Pulley Lagging

Pulley

Pulley shells are commonly lagged to protect the pulley face from wear and provide better traction to the belt. Different lagging materials can be used including rubber, ceramic inlaid rubber and direct bonded ceramic and are typically selected in relation to the operating conditions, life requirements and economics. Further, grooves or patterns are typically applied …

Conveyor Belts – Textile/Rubber

Rubber Conveyor Belt

DYNA Engineering rubber conveyor belts are available in a complete range of fabric and steel cord construction to meet virtually any material handling application. Textile/rubber conveyor belts are available with the following features and specifications: All belts to Australian Standard AS1332-2000 Strengths range from PN315 to PN2000 Up to 2500mm wide and rolls up to …

Conveyor Belts – Chevron Rubber

Chevron

Chevron belting is used in applications where the incline angle of the conveyor is steeper than would normally be recommended and may result in material slipping or falling back. Chevron belting has special profiles moulded to the top cover, making increased angles possible in comparison to smooth-finish belts. Typical applications for this type of grooved …