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Rubber Belting Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of rubber belting manufacturers and suppliers. Find rubber belting companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture rubber beltings to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top rubber belting manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the rubber belting companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of rubber conveyor belting, spool rubber belt, elastic rubber belts of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

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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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Rubber Belting Industry Information

Rubber Belting

Rubber belting, commonly used in conveyor systems, is composed of rubber compounds and reinforcement materials. Different cover fabrics for rubber belting include cotton, nylon and polyester.

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Advantages of Rubber Belting

Some advantages of rubber belting include abrasion resistance, aging resistance, edge wear, impact resistance, low belt stretch, rot resistance, good tensile strength, universal application and weather resistance. Different rubber varieties offer different physical qualities.

Design of Rubber Belting

Rubber belting is available in various cover grades and thicknesses. Rubber belts are important utilities in a wide range of contexts. Rubber belting is valued because of its elastomeric properties. It is soft, flexible and can be easily formed. It also can be bonded easily to cover materials. Rubber belting can be used as power transmission belting in industrial process equipment, or it can be used in conveyor systems. A few examples of rubber belting products include transmission belts for agricultural equipment like threshers, small belts for consumer utilities like sewing machines and heavy duty industrial belts for manufacturing equipment. In conveyor systems, flat rubber conveyor belts can be used in grocery stores, in food processing facilities and in many other settings. Different rubber belting applications call for different kinds of rubber belts. A round belt used for power transmission, for example, may not be appropriate for use in conveying. A wide variety of rubber belting is available to meet the varying needs of the many settings in which they are applied.

Rubber Belting Applications

Natural rubber belting is still used in some applications, but the development of synthetic rubbers like neoprene and silicone has expanded the number of possible uses of rubber belting. Polyurethane, which is sometimes erroneously referred to as urethane, is another synthetic material that is widely used as a belting material. When used as power transmission belts, rubber can be more desirable than other materials because of its ability to be stretched around difficult angles without becoming subject to deformation. When used as flat conveyor belting, rubber is appropriate because it can provide a comparatively soft surface on which conveyed objects can rest. Rubber is also easily cleaned and sanitized, which makes it a suitable material for the conveyance of food and other products that must be processed in a contaminant-free environment. Rubber is an overall excellent conveyor material.



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