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Conveyor Belt Materials Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of conveyor belt material manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source conveyor belt material manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate conveyor belt material companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture conveyor belt materials for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading conveyor belt material manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for flat belt materials, inert belting materials, conveyor belt repair materials.

  • Hilliard, OH

    When it comes to your conveyor belts, you want and deserve the highest quality. That is why we do our best to ensure that you receive conveyor belt materials that you can be proud of. We take the time to ensure that all of our products are manufactured with the customer in mind. If you need something special, let us know and we will do it for you! Contact us to learn more!

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  • Wallington, NJ

    For more than 60 years, we have been offering innovative conveyor belting to customers worldwide. Our full line of products include perforated belts, vacuum belts, nylon core belts, and plastic modular belting. We have grown our reputation based on providing outstanding customer service as well as conveyor belt materials that will provide long-lasting value. For more information on how we may be able to assist you, visit us online or call us today!

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  • Pine Brook, NJ

    Volta Belting is a world leading manufacturer and supplier of Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE) conveyor belt materials and related services. We have been developing and designing belts for over forty years. Our belts have the unique characteristic of being homogenous and are all extruded in one piece without factory splicing. Call or visit us online today for more detailed information.

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  • Hamilton, OH

    We build a variety of different conveyor belt materials. We work to make sure that our customers are getting exactly what they need. Our customer service representatives can help you with whatever you need. Our conveyor belt materials are top of the line and built for world class customers. We pride ourselves on the durability and versatility of our products.Give us a call today!

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  • Buffalo, NY

    With more than 46 years of diverse experience across many industries, Green Belting Industries, a PTFE Group Solutions company, takes pride in providing products and service of the highest quality to ensure that our clients benefit from the best solutions to meet their manufacturing specifications. For conveyor belt materials and more, contact Green Belting Industries today!

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  • Earth City, MO

    Serving industries such as material handling, box manufacturing, wood finishing as well as may others we are dedicated to helping our customers find their conveyor belt materials no matter what industry they’re in. It is our mission to provide our customers with quality care that they can’t find anyplace else! To learn more about what we may be able to do for you; visit us on our website today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Theft in Manufacturing: Conveyor Belts

Thefts happen all the time in factory and construction settings, often when objects and materials are stored outdoors in easy reach of passersby. Even though fences and other security methods are often employed, thieves still manage to find new ways to break in and steal manufacturing supplies. The reason that many thieves go after manufacturing supplies is because the materials hold their value well, are often expensive, and are easy to resell to other manufacturing plants around the world. Recently, in Greenville, South Carolina, one factory reported the theft of... Read More

5 Benefits of Round Belts

A round belt, endless belt, or o-ring belt all indicate the same kind of belt. These round belts are not like traditional conveyor belts, but rather are used in applications like lineshaft conveyors, and roller conveyors. The belts are narrow and rounded, and are often used more like flexible gears than traditional conveyor belts. The belts can keep rotating parts going steadily without problems for many hours before they break down. The use of round belts provide many benefits for factory use, including: Tension strength: The tension strength of these... Read More

The History of Conveyor Belts

Surprisingly enough, conveyor belts have been in use for hundreds of years. In fact, even as far back as 1795, conveyor belts were used to transport grain for short distances. However, the conveyor belt of the past was nothing like the modern conveyor of today. Ancient conveyors were much simpler, and could not perform like today's modern conveyors. Original conveyors had a flat wood surface with a leather, rubber, or canvas belt that traveled over the surface of the conveyor. The conveyors were powered by a series of pulleys and... Read More

Conveyor Belt Materials

Conveyor belt material vary with width. Sometimes these belts can be as narrow as just a few inches across. Narrow belts are highly useful in industrial factories and processes because they save space and are ideal for transporting smaller items from one place to another. Many factories that create small goods, like small food packages, small containers, or even small metal parts, use these small belts to control the movement of the goods from one place to another. The packaging department is one of the most common places to see... Read More

Conveyor Components Company at The World of Asphalt & AGG1 Show & Conference 2013

Conveyor Components Company will be exhibiting at The World of Asphalt & AGG1 Show & Conference this year. The show will be held March 19th through 21st in San Antonio, Texas at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center. Leading manufacturers and service providers in the aggregates, asphalt, pavement maintenance and traffic safety industries will all be featured. Please make sure to stop by Booth # 122 where Conveyor Components Company will be showing quality engineered safety stop controls, skirt board clamps, belt misalignment controls, aeration pads, belt rip detectors, belt... Read More

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Conveyor Belt Materials

Conveyor belts are manufactured out of many different materials, all with differing specifications, properties and benefits. They are integral components of a conveyor system, and physically transport bulk materials from one place to another in a continuous motion. They must be durable, long lasting and resistant to a wide range of temperatures, moisture and chemicals.

There are five main materials that conveyor belts are made out of: thermoplastics, metal, rubber, fabric and leather. Plastics include polyester, polyvinyl chloride, silicone and polyethylene. The metals are stainless and carbon steel, and the fabric materials are canvas or cotton. The most popular material is a rubber composite because it is flexible, resistant, smooth and seamless. It also doesn't have any holes or openings. To increase strength, many belt materials contain additives, including fabric, steel, polyester or fiberglass. Many flat belts are actually composed of a core material and a covering. These belts are parts of many different types of conveyors, including troughed, inclined, horizontal, food grade and overhead conveyors, but they are not used in chain, pneumatic or screw conveyors. Choosing the right belting material is the most important specification involved with conveyor systems because the wrong material could compromise productivity or worker safety.

Conveyor systems, especially those in manufacturing facilities, travel through many different environments. For example, assembly line conveyors may travel through an oven, underwater parts washer or some sort of secondary operation like painting. Therefore, they must be resistant, durable and able to handle these harsh conditions on a continuous and regular basis. Belts that carry ingredients, raw materials and finished, unpackaged goods in food or beverage processing plants are made of either stainless steel or a heat resistant, non contaminating plastic resin. They must be FDA or USDA approved and easy to clean and sanitize. Materials like some hard plastics or metal lack the flexibility needed to convey, which requires the belt to bend, as they are on a continuous loop around two sets of rollers. In these situations, small parts are interlocked together or woven in order to bend and twist. However, these tend to have holes or cracks and are not smooth or water tight. They are not made for carrying small or irregularly shaped objects as well as products in bags, which could sag or fall through the cracks.



Conveyor Belt Materials
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Conveyor Belt Materials - Dura-Belt, Inc.
Conveyor Belt Materials - Dura-Belt, Inc.