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Roller Belt Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial roller belt manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source roller belt manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These roller belt companies can design, engineer and manufacture roller belts to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these roller 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 nylon belts, urethane belting, and industrial 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!

  • 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.

  • Cleveland, OH 800-662-8765

    May Conveyor, Inc. is a premier choice for all your conveyor belt needs! We offer a plethora of options of heavy weight, lightweight, and specialty conveyor belts. We offer accessory products such as fasteners, pulleys, and idlers. Our objective is your satisfaction so we provide conveyor belt fabrication services as well as maintenance services. Visit our website today!

  • Rochester, PA 800-446-7205

    Since 1976, Keystone Manufacturing has been manufacturing flat wire mesh belts, galvanized low carbon, bright high carbon, types 304 and 316L stainless steel. Flat wire conveyor belting gives quick drainage, free-air circulation, is easily cleaned, allows for endless splicing and is a smooth surface.

  • Agawam, MA 413-786-9922

    We particularize in metal belts for specialized conveyors and carbon steel or stainless steel process belts. If you have sanitation requirements for your process, choose stainless steel. Carbon steel is used if a scraping blade is to come in contact with the belt. Metal belts don't stretch and are durable.

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Roller Belts

Roller belts are belts used in conjunction with a pulley or conveyor system. Usually, a roller belt drive consists of the belt, a frame and rollers. The rollers are spaced throughout the frame and the belt is balanced on top of the rollers. In a conveyor belt system, where they are typically employed, as the rollers roll underneath them, the rollers convey goods or materials forward.

Roller belts are major components of material handling and bulk material handling systems. They are found in factories, agricultural settings, shipping warehouses, mining operations and more. They can convey anything from boxes to sand, ore, grain and salt. Some of the many industries in which they are used include: automotive, aerospace, order fulfillment, warehousing, distribution, mining and manufacturing.

Depending on the nature of the application, manufacturers can offer you roller belts in a variety of lengths, thicknesses and widths. Belts are most often made using a rubber-like material, such as urethane. They can also be made from metal materials like steel. Roller belts are typically motorized. Powered roller belts usually have one motorized roller that is connected to six or seven non-motorized rollers. Rollers may feature grooves or tapers to assist in the conveying process. Tapered rollers, for example, can assist when your system rounds corners.

Many specifics of your application impact your roller belt design. These include: system length (short, long, across a building, etc.), the weight of the loads it will carry, the projected amount of generated friction and its integration into other systems (or lack thereof). The roller belt must be strong enough to not only hold the weight of your loads, but also hold them up so they do not stall out the system. To find out what options are best for you, consult with an experienced belt supplier, such as those listed on this page.

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