Paper printing industry conveyor belt

- Apr 18, 2019-

Baseband: The base tape belongs to the flat high-speed transmission belt. Usually, the base tape has a nylon base layer in the middle, and the surface is covered with rubber, cowhide and fiber cloth; it is divided into a rubber nylon base tape and a cowhide nylon base tape. The tape thickness is usually in the range of 0.8-6 mm. The material structure of the nylon base tape is unique and unique. Compared with the traditional canvas drive belt and the V-belt, it has the advantages of strong pulling force, resistance to bending, high efficiency, low noise, fatigue resistance, good wear resistance and long service life. Product use: It is suitable for occasions where the transmission mechanism is compact, the line speed is high, and the speed ratio is large. Such as: cigarettes, hoods, paper, printing, textile machinery, HVAC equipment, metal equipment, vending equipment and military industries. It is also used in the electronics industry for substrate lines, SMT equipment, and board transportation.

Perforated conveyor belt: refers to the special process for high-precision drilling on steel strips. Can be used in synchronous conveying, positioning and conveying, (vacuum) adsorption and transportation. Mainly include: positioning conveyor belt, synchronous conveyor belt, (vacuum) adsorption conveyor belt, drying leakage conveyor belt, vegetable dewatering conveyor belt, forming conveyor belt.

PVC conveyor belt: PVC is actually a vinyl polymer material whose material is a non-crystalline material. PVC materials are often added with stabilizers, lubricants, auxiliary processing agents, colorants, impact agents and other additives in actual use. It has non-flammability, high strength, weather resistance and excellent geometric stability. PVC is highly resistant to oxidizing agents, reducing agents and strong acids. However, it can be corroded by concentrated oxidizing acids such as concentrated sulfuric acid, concentrated nitric acid, and is also not suitable for contact with aromatic hydrocarbons or chlorinated hydrocarbons.