The belt is made of broadly wound wire of a round section spiral. The alternating left and right spirals are joined by crimped transverse wires. The standard and only possible edging is by welding. The crimped transverse wires help to maintain the original structure of the belt in tension, since they prevent the spiral wires from shifting. This belt is produced in only a few versions which can be driven by special cog wheels.
As a drying belt in the food industry, as a conveyor belt in the sterilization process in the pharmaceutical industry, as a transfer belt between separate technologic lines, for example between the proving and baking ovens.
This type of belt is most commonly used for: