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O-Ring Belt Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial o-ring belt manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source o-ring belt manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These o-ring belt companies can design, engineer and manufacture o-ring belts to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these rubber belt manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of round urethane belting, power transmission belts, or customized rubber belts.

  • Hilliard, OH 800-770-2358

    Our conveyor belts are ISO 9002 and FDA certified. We can use our belts in nearly every industry, from transmission timing belts to conveyor belts for foods. We carry all companion products for our belts so that you can install and use your systems faster. We stand behind what we do, and even skip tooling charges. Contact us to find out more today!

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  • Grand Rapids, MI 800-451-4537

    Sparks Belting designs, manufactures and distributes customized conveyor belting, motorized pulleys and powered rollers. We have a belting assortment of over 200+ styles that include: polyurethane, modular, endless, v-guide, lacing, cleat and so many more. Sparks can provide you with innovative solutions for your conveyor belting and pulley requirements. Contact us today.

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  • Sioux Falls, SD 888-291-5450

    V-Belt Global Supply is the largest online distributor of industrial belts and now offers a Commercial Discount Program with savings up to 32%. Our tiered pricing benefits those spending between $300 and $25,000 annually, offering big savings on a wide variety of belts like Kevlar belts, Timing belts, Banded belts, Metric v-belts, Cogged metric belts, Kevlar Wedge Banded Belts, and more. Our distribution centers are located throughout the U.S. and offer Free Shipping on orders over $199.

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  • Lincolnwood, IL 847-673-8900

    A specialty belt house providing custom solutions for conveyor and power transmission applications since 1934, Voss Belting & Specialty Company offers innovative conveyor belt design. Voss’ diverse line of timing belts, flat belts, urethane belts, silicone belts and more make them a leader in the expansion of belting design and fabrication and the number one choice for conveyor belt solutions.

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  • Beacon, NY 800-431-9981

    Chemprene, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Lightweight Rubber Conveyor Belting, Coated Fabrics, Diaphragms, and other precision molded products. Chemprene is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company with customers in all major regions of the world.

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  • Worcester, MA 800-640-8807

    Since 1854, we have been providing innovative solutions for repair, design and installation of all belting systems. We specialize in conveyor and v-belt systems, flat and round leather belts, rubber and nylon belting, timing belts, lacing belts and many more. Let Hudson Belting be your belt expert. We are celebrating 150 years of business and 75 years of family business. Contact us today!

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O-Ring Belts


O-ring belts, also known as round belts or endless belts, are a type of round belt used for both light and heavy duty low torque belt drive applications.

In general, belt drives are used to transmit power or motion. O-ring belts are used in conjunction with round belt pulleys in order to transmit power across long distances. They have a number of particular power transmission applications, including: printing, commercial sewing, live roller conveying (providing motion power to conveyors like lineshaft conveyors and powered rolling conveyors), vacuuming, serpentine drives, twisted drives and quarter-turn drives.

O-ring belts are named after their circular cross sections, which are made from elastomeric plastic materials, such as rubber, nylon or urethane. Of these, urethane is the most popular. Because they use such stretchable material, o-ring belt drives do not require belt tensioners. In addition, their material makeup makes them stable, resistant to abrasion and cuts, resistant to stress from bends, non-fraying and non-marking. If manufacturers so choose or if you request it, they can alter the material to exhibit a number of different characteristics, such as UV resistance, anti-static behavior, increased oil resistance and different textures. O-rings are also available in FDA/food grade approved varieties. Also, elastomers like urethane are easy to color, so manufacturers can custom color your o-ring belts.

Manufacturers fabricate o-ring belting cross sections in a wide range of lengths and inner diameters, as well as surface hardnesses. Note that surface hardness may be measured using the Shore durometer scale. You may purchase your o-ring belts as continuous pieces of material, or they may be connected together in a system using glue, staples or other connection hardware. Continuous belt material does tend to be stronger than spliced material. What is best for you depends entirely on your application and the stresses and environment to which it will be subject. To find out more, talk to a reliable belt drive manufacturer, such as one of those we have listed on this directory page.

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