Very Durable SBR Material Inserted With a Fabric Insertion For Enhanced Stability
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A heavy rubber conveyor belt is primarily meant for use as an abrasion resistant material. The hard black rubber material is a blend of neoprene, nitrile, and styrene butadiene rubber (SBR) and comes inserted with a cloth fabric. This cloth-inserted rubber is therefore ideal for use as industrial level pads, strips, and flaps. It is especially well suited for use a rubber belt conveyor for various industrial machines. Use this reinforced rubber when durability is a necessary aspect for the application.
Highly Durable: The heavy conveyor belt material is the perfect choice for any industrial applications that involve physically harsh conditions. The rubber material is compounded to offer superb abrasion resistance and impact absorption. Given its superior strength, this hard black rubber material can act as an effective barrier between two sensitive objects.
Cloth-Inserted Rubber: The unique and distinguishing feature about the rubber conveyor belt is that the rubber material is impregnated with a cloth fabric. It is a synthetic fabric material that greatly reduces the amount that the rubber can stretch. This gives the rubber belt conveyor a more solid and stable form. The presence of this fabric inside the rubber makes this reinforced rubber ideal for mechanical fastening applications where the rubber part needs to keep its form and not drag or deform over time. We offer this material in a 2ply (two fabric sheets) and a 3ply (three fabric sheets) option.
Chemical Resistance: Thanks to the unique blend of different synthetic rubbers in this product, it will exhibit a stronger resistance to oils and chemicals than most other elastomers. While the SBR gives this cloth-inserted rubber a better degree of physical durability, the neoprene and nitrile rubbers enhance other characteristics. The nitrile rubber allows the heavy rubber conveyor belt to resist natural and synthetic oils and other petroleum based solvents. Neoprene brings its excellent all-around chemical resistance traits to make this rubber resist the degrading effects of several chemicals.
Working temperature range of -20° F to 200° F
Available in custom specifications to suit your applications
Rubber belt conveyor roll available in up to 250 feet continuous
Ideal for use in take away conveyors transferring abrasive physical materials
Heavy Conveyor Belt is a rubber product compounded to provide optimal abrasion resistance and flex life for abrasion and impact absorption applications. The high-tension synthetic fabric insert results in minimum stretch, full resistance to mildew and rot, and maximum mechanical fastener holding ability and impact resistance, and highest adhesion between plies and covers.
SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber)
2ply 2lbs. per square ft., 3ply 3lbs. per square ft.
75 Shore A, +/- 5
-20 F to 200 F
2175 PSI or 15MPA
2ply and 3ply
2ply 0.30” or 7.5mm, 3ply 0.41” or 10.5mm
3”, 4” 6” & 38” inch (3ply) – 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” 12” & 40” (2ply)
Custom widths up to 40” available upon request.
Up to 500 feet continuous.
Excellent resistance to Hydrogen Gas, Natural Gas, Salt/Sea Water, Butanol (primary), Silicone Oils and Greases, and many more. Moderate oil, petroleum-based solvents and ozone resistance.
Cement, Cushion Pad, Elevators, Fertilizers, Grains, Hot Asphalt, Mining, Minerals, Primary and Secondary Crushers, Sand and Gravel, Skirting, Take Away Conveyors, Wood Chips
The combination of high quality rubber compounds, synthetic plies of fabric and high tensile strength culminate in a top quality durable rubber product.
This product can be custom cut to any specific dimension.
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