The belt is made of densely wound wire of a round section spiral. The alternating left and right wound spirals are joined by perpendicular transverse wires. The wires are ended with a loop or bent inside the belt or welded. The method of ending is usually selected according to the diameter of the transverse wires: a loop or bending for thinner wires and welding for thicker wires.
Mainly as a baking belt for baking ovens, as a washing belt for fruit and vegetables, as a cooling belt in the confectionery and chocolate industry, as a conveyor belt in the chemical industry, as a cooling belt for rubber and plastic products, as a conveyor belt for hot casts, as a belt for quenching and tempering furnaces and so on.