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White Solid Woven
BELTING-16-2 through BELTING-16-4 in table below
Still popular conveyor belting, particularly in the food and baking industries. Economical answer to many light and medium conveying needs, especially slider bed applications. The belt is firmly woven; non-rubberized. Number of stripes usually indicates number of plies. Also can be used as an air-permeable fabric designed for pneumatic conveyors.
Air Permeable Needled Polyester
BELTING-16A and BELTING-16B in table below
Designed specifically for air gravity conveyors. Used to fluidize dry bulk powders such as: cement, barite, silica, alumina, etc. Provides several advantages over woven air permeable fabrics. This material does not require stretching prior to installation and will not unravel when cut or punched. Found in air gravity conveyors in silos, rail cars, barges, ships, and tank trailers.
Air Permeable Solid Woven Polyester
BELTING-16C through BELTING-16E in table below
These fabrics are used in pneumatic conveyors to transport fluidized dry bulk powders such as cement, barite, silica, alumina, and chemical or plastic resins. Like needled polyester fabrics, they are used for air gravity conveyors, silos, rail cars, barges, ships, and tank trailers that are designed for the storage and transport of dry bulk powders.
High Temperature Needled Polyester
BELTING-16F in table below
For use in air gravity conveyors where temperatures exceed the maximum allowable with polyester fabrics. An economical alternative to ceramic or stainless steel media below 500°F (600°F intermittent).