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Industrial Belts Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of industrial belt manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top industrial belt manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any industrial belt company can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial belts to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach industrial belt companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of cam lock industrial belts, round industrial belting, or joint industrial belt.

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  • Hilliard, OH 800-770-2358

    DuraBelt's belts are in nearly every industry, from twisted belts to conveyor belts for foods. Most consumer goods, including household products, packaged foods and drinks, tools, hardware, electronics, furniture, office supplies, cosmetics, medical goods, toys, automotive parts, mail, and athletic and entertainment products have a good chance of being conveyed at one time or another with belts made by Dura-Belt. We stand behind what we do, and even skip tooling charges. Contact us to find out more today!

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  • Londonderry, NH 800-922-2637

    Wire Belt Co. of America manufactures both custom and precision conveyor belting products such as woven mesh belting and chain drive belting for various industries, including food processing, electronics, baking, pharmaceutical, confectionery and textiles.

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  • Minneapolis, MN 763-559-2551

    We start with wanting to know your application then carry the project through to installation. We make tabletop chain conveyor belting, plastic belt and light- to heavy-duty industrial belting. You have choices of materials and styles from which to choose and we can fabricate specifically to your needs.

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  • Capitol Heights, MD 301-336-7400

    Potomac Rubber Co. is a distributor of V-belts, poly V-belts and cog belts. All belting is available individually or in matched sets. We carry specialty vee belts including metric, heavy duty and synchro-cog timing belts. We are distributors for brands such as CARLISLE, DAYCO, GOODYEAR. Many items are available for same day or factory direct shipment.

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Industrial Belts Industry Information

Industrial Belts

Industrial belts are integral components of conveyor systems that transport items from one area to another without the assistance of workers. They are commonly seen in assembly lines across all types of manufacturing industries, including food and beverage, automotive, electronics, packaging, recycling, waste management, milling, commercial goods and metal fabrication.

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Advantages of Industrial Belts

Industrial conveyor belts carry many different kinds of objects from one area of a manufacturing facility to another, including raw materials, parts, finished products, packaging, bottles and pellets or boxes of goods. It is especially important that industrial belts be strong, durable and resistant to the facility's environmental conditions, whether those conditions involve moisture, chemicals, oil or extreme temperatures. Most are fabricated to handle a high pressure and resist abrasion.

Materials Used in Industrial Belts

All conveyor belts must be flexible enough for continuous operation around a series of rollers. Some are fabricated as one piece and are usually made of a bendable rubber or plastic material. Rigid plastic, fiberglass or metal belts are composed of several interlocking or connected pieces. Wire mesh, fabrics like cotton or wool and fiberglass are also sometimes industrial belting materials.To add support and strength without compromising flexibility, most industrial conveyor belts are fabricated with a core of a different material, which is usually thick fabric like cotton or a plastic web or mesh. It is then coated with one or more outer layers, which is most likely a rubber or plastic material. Flat belts are the most widely seen type. They are similar to the black conveyors seen at grocery stores.

Most belts are driven by an electric motor and must be able to handle continuous use without many breaks. The speeds are variable and each conveyor system has adjustable speeds. Many conveyor systems transport combustible or flammable materials. In this case, the belt must be anti-static so it will not generate an electric shock, which could cause an explosion or fire. Since inclined conveyor belts are working against gravity, many are made with ribs or cleats and have non-slippery surfaces to deter the materials from falling down the conveyor. Troughed, inclined, horizontal and curved conveyors all use belting of some sort.



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