The belt is made of broadly wound wire of a flat section spiral. The alternating left and right wound spirals are linked with perpendicular transverse wires. The wires are ended with a loop or welded. The standard method of ending is welded; loop or bent is available for selected types upon request. The crimped transverse wires allow to keep the original structure of the belt after tensioning as they prevent shifting of the spiral wire.
As a cooling belt in glassworks and ceramics factories; as a conveyor belt in the confectionery and chocolate industry, as a conveyor belt in the chemical industry, as a drying belt in the lumber industry and so on.