The belt is made of transverse wires with threaded short longitudinal wires in the required density, ended by a loop on both sides. The density of the belt depends upon the spacing between the individual longitudinal wires, from the greatest when the longitudinal wires are side by side to the smallest when their distance is defined by welded transverse wires or alternatively by rollers or springs. Steel segments are inserted between the longitudinal wires along the edges and inside the belt for reinforcement and as the main structural rod. The ends of the transverse wires are standardly welded. The delivery includes driving wheels upon the request of the customer.
As a baking and drying belt in the food-processing industry, particularly in bakeries, confectioneries and in the chocolate industry; as a conveyor and washing belt in the chemical and engineering industry; as a cooling belt for rubber and plastic products and so on.