Endless belts are used in a wide variety of power transmission and conveyor belt applications, including those in: agriculture, chemical, clean room, commercial food production, construction, manufacturing, metallurgy and mining. Read More…
Dura-Belt, Inc.Hilliard, OH | 800-770-2358
Our conveyor belts are ISO 9002 and FDA certified. We can use our belts in nearly every industry, from transmission timing belts to conveyor belts for foods.$$$
AFC Materials GroupLake in the Hills, IL | 800-334-9372
In business since 1988, our DuraFab, DuraFlow, DuraLam, DuraSil, and DuraChef conveyor belts might be familiar names to you. As a conveyor belt manufacturer, we know our PTFE and silicone-coated belting products have assisted many with commercial, food, industrial and military applications.$$$
Fenner Dunlop AmericasCoraopolis, PA | 412-249-0700
Fenner Dunlop Americas has built a reputation in belt manufacturing, and our goal is to find the perfect solution for you. Our staff is dedicated to your needs and we are capable of assisting you in finding the belt your application requires. To learn more about the details of our industrial belts then simply visit our website or give one of our representatives a call.$$$
Akron Belting & Supply CompanyAkron, OH | 800-841-4976
We are masters of all conveyor belt systems, ranging from plastic conveyor belts to the more traditional rubber belts. We can manufacture belts for any industry, and we serve over 16 countries around the world. As a company who started small, we believe it is our dedication to customers that made us who we are today. Find out more when you give us a call today!$$$
Endless Belts List
When designing your endless belt drive system, belt manufacturers will consider a number of factors, including: the type of material or products you plan to convey, the weight of the items you plan to convey, the frequency with which you will use your system, the sanitation requirements of your belt conveyor (FDA, food-grade, etc.), the length of your system any of systems with which it must integrate.
Per your application requirements, they can choose belt materials and more. Endless belts are typically made from rubber elastomers, such as urethane, neoprene or nitrile rubber. Materials used to make endless belts must usually possess qualities including: elasticity, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and durability. Manufacturers offer them in a variety of thicknesses, widths, lengths and load bearing capacities. They can create belts with a number of different textures, including: smooth, notched, ribbed and cogged.
Endless belts offer their users a number of advantages. First, without seams, they are stronger, less prone to wear and less prone to bacteria growth. In addition, they run smoothly, with low vibration and with low stress. All in all, they wear down less quickly and last longer than other types of belts. Because endless belts are made from elastomeric material, they are stretchy and can be tensioned without extra equipment. Another advantage of endless belts is the fact that they are extremely reliable, so you can count on them during your high volume runs.