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Classification and introduction of conveyor belts

Addtime: 2017.12.25
Conveyor belt is also called Transport belt, is used to carry and transport materials in the belt conveyor in the role of rubber and fiber, metal composite products, or plastic and fabric composite products. Belt Conveyor in agriculture, industrial and mining enterprises and transport industry is widely used to transport a variety of solid and powder-like materials or pieces of goods, conveyor belt can be continuous, high efficiency, large dip angle of transport, conveyor belt operation Safety, easy to use, maintenance easily, low freight, and can shorten the transportation distance, reduce the project cost, save manpower and resources.
By industry categories are: Automotive industry-specific, leisure food special, aquaculture industry-specific, tire industry-specific, special logistics industry, chemical industry-specific, frozen food special, food conveyor belt, microwave conveyor belt, climbing conveyor belt, marble conveyor belt, corrugated conveyor belt, packaging industry dedicated conveyor belt, entertainment facilities dedicated, Liquid food special, fruit and vegetable special, vegetables special, meat special conveyor belt, mine-specific, cement plant, glass factory dedicated, injection molding industry, such as automatic production lines for use: oil, non-slip, climbing, acid and alkali, heat, cold, fire, anti-corrosion, moisture-proof, low-temperature conveyor belt, high temperature, oil, heat, cold, Low temperature, high temperature resistance, acid and alkali resistance, flame-retardant conveyor belt. According to material: PVC, PU, PE, PVK, silica gel, canvas, rubber, felt, polyethylene, plastic chain Board, module NET, polypropylene, nylon, Teflon, stainless steel conveyor belt.

Temperature-resistant conveyor belt: conventional conveyor belt is generally below 100 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature resistance of up to 600 degrees.

Cold conveyor belt: conventional conveyor belts are generally below 10 degrees Celsius, with a minimum temperature of up to 40 degrees.