Roughtop Incline Belting
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2 Ply Black, Tan, and Gray Roughtop
BELTING-54 through BELTING-55A in table below
Construction is two plies of high-strength, all-synthetic polyester fabrics. Very flexible, yet stretch and moisture resistant incline/decline belts. Tan and gray roughtop are non-marking. No. 54 (FR) is a premium flame retardant belt and an excellent choice for spiral incline power turn systems.
3 and 4 Ply Black Roughtop
BELTING-56 through BELTING-57 in table below
Long a popular standard in the industry. Often used as pulley lagging. The cotton/polyester blend carcass of Nos. 56 and 57 gives a hefty appearance and cushioning effect. No. 56A is an excellent choice for high tension systems that require a belt with low-stretch characteristics.
Tan Rubber and Pure Gum Roughtop
BELTING-58 through BELTING-60B in table below
Tan color is non-marking. The genuine gum is soft durometer for highest grab, steepest inclines and long wear where required. The tan rubber is more economical, yet highly serviceable. Three and four ply bare bottom construction is popular for sanding machinery applications.
Poly Brown Nitrile Roughtop
BELTING-60 in table below
Nitrile construction resists oil, heat, grease, and chemical exposure. Our specification is made of 135 lb.-rated all polyester for high strength and low stretch, yet is very flexible for small pulleys.
3 Ply Tan and Blue Carbox Nitrile Roughtop
BELTING-61 through BELTING-61B in table below
Carbox nitrile roughtop yields vastly longer service life than rubber roughtop. It is ideal where regular roughtop surfaces wear down quickly and must be replaced. These belts features a strong synthetic carcass No. 61B, with a friction surface bottom, is popular for handling cardboard cartons.
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