Conveyor Belts Type 400

Wire belts for soldering, quenching, tempering, annealing, baking and drying.


Description

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 edging is by loops, by bending the transverse wires inwards the belt or by welding. Upon the client’s request, the belt can be equipped by side plates or chains. The crimped transverse wires help to maintain the original structure of the belt in tension since they prevent the spiral wires from shifting.

 

Characteristics

  • direct run of the belt
  • the most common and frequently used type of belt
  • suitable for washing or drying products thanks to big open area
  • long working life
  • relatively low price in comparison to other types of belts
  • not the best solution for transportation of products that leave residues on the belt, leading to clogging and decreasing its function


Application

As a cooling belt for glassworks and ceramics factories, as a conveyor belt in the confectionery and chocolate industry, as a conveyor belt in the chemical industry, as a washing belt in the drinks and canning industry, as a drying belt in the lumber industry, as a conveyor belt for foil packing machines etc.


This type of belt is most commonly used for:

  • baking
  • frying
  • cooling
  • drying
  • washing
  • continuous transportation
  • packing
  • sintering (caking)
  • brazing
  • quenching
  • tempering
  • annealing

 

Specification

Transverse wire pitch: 4.00 - 86.00 mm
Spiral wire pitch: 3.00 - 50.00 mm
Transverse wire diameter: 1.00 - 8.00 mm
Spiral wire diameter: 0.80 - 6.50 mm
Standard materials: common black steel, stainless steel, stainless steel for high temperatures
Working temperature: up to 1200°C
Edging: welding (G), loops (S), bending (U)


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