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Industrial conveyor belts carry many different kinds of objects from one area of a manufacturing facility to another, including raw materials, parts, finished products, packaging, bottles and pallets or boxes of goods. It is especially important that industrial belts be strong, durable and resistant to the facility’s environmental conditions, whether those conditions involve moisture, chemicals, oil or extreme temperatures. Read More…

Industrial Belts Industrial belts are integral components of conveyor systems that transport items from one area to another without the assistance of workers. They are commonly seen in assembly lines across all types of manufacturing industries, including food and beverage, automotive, electronics, packaging, recycling, waste management, milling, commercial goods and metal fabrication.
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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.

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Dura-Belt, Inc. $$$

Sioux Falls, SD  |  888-291-5450

V-Belt Global Supply is the largest online distributor of industrial belts and now offers a Commercial Discount Program with savings up to 32%. Our tiered pricing benefits those spending between $300 and $25,000 annually, offering big savings on a wide variety of belts like Kevlar belts, Timing belts, Banded belts, Metric v-belts, Cogged metric belts, Kevlar Wedge Banded Belts, and more. Our distribution centers are located throughout the U.S. and offer Free Shipping on orders over $199.

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V-Belt Global Supply, LLC $$$

Erlanger, KY  |  800-733-5773

F.N. Sheppard is proud to offer innovative products to customers worldwide. We have grown our reputation based on providing outstanding customer service as well as conveyor belt materials that will provide long lasting value. We are committed to excellence and committed to our customers. For more information on how we may be able to assist visit us online or get in touch with us today!

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F.N. Sheppard & Co. $$$

Huntersville, NC  |  704-948-0800

At Forbo Siegling, our conveyor belts can be found in a variety of industries and applications, such as conveyor and processing belts in the food industry, treadmills in fitness studios, and flat belts in letter sorting systems. We are a leading manufacturer in our industry, and leading companies all over the world partner with us in developing groundbreaking solutions.

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Forbo Siegling, LLC $$$

Newcastle, ME  |  800-540-1846

MIPR is a conveyor belt manufacturer and gasketing specialist as well. Light industrial belting, high-temperature belting, conveyor belting for package handling, agricultural belting and conveyor belts for food handling are available. Belting information is a communication effort away.

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MIPR Corp. $$$

Grand Rapids, MI  |  800-729-2358

Mol Belting Systems manufactures conveyor belting for light industrial applications. Products include grocery checkout conveyor belts, ThermoKing Plastic Belting™, belts for treadmills plus yellow TrackSeal® safety edge, which protects legs & feet at the assembly line. Over 200 belt styles in inventory! Contact us today and benefit from our leading edge manufacturing capabilities & dedicated staff.

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Mol Belting Systems $$$
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Most are fabricated to handle a high pressure and resist abrasion. All conveyor belts must be flexible enough for continuous operation around a series of rollers. Some are fabricated as one piece and are usually made of a bendable rubber or plastic material. Rigid plastic, fiberglass or metal belts are composed of several interlocking or connected pieces. Wire mesh, fabrics like cotton or wool and fiberglass are also sometimes industrial belting materials.

To add support and strength without compromising flexibility, most industrial conveyor belts are fabricated with a core of a different material, which is usually thick fabric like cotton or a plastic web or mesh. It is then coated with one or more outer layers, which is most likely a rubber or plastic material. Flat belts are the most widely seen type.

They are similar to the black conveyors seen at grocery stores. Most belts are driven by an electric motor and must be able to handle continuous use without many breaks. The speeds are variable and each conveyor system had adjustable speeds. Many conveyor systems transport combustible or flammable materials. In this case, the belt must be anti-static so it will not generate an electric shock, which could cause an explosion or fire.

Since inclined conveyor belts are working against gravity, many are made with ribs or cleats and have non-slippery surfaces to deter the materials from falling down the conveyor. Troughed, inclined, horizontal and curved conveyors all use belting of some sort.

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