There are two ways to splice conveyor belts: vulcanization and mechanical splicing. Vulcanization is mainly used to splice conveyor belts through heating or chemical treatment. Mechanical splicing uses metal hinges or plates to splice conveyor belts. How to choose vulcanization and mechanical splicing? Which method is better?
The operational reliability and functionality of the conveyor belt are determined by the quality of the splices. Over time, all splices wear out, and more than 60% of conveyor belt failures are due to improper splicing. What is conveyor belt splicing and What is the popular conveyor belt splicing method today?
Industrial conveyor belt is an important tool to solve material handling. It is widely used in mines, quarries, coal, cement, food processing, solid waste, automobile manufacturing and other industrial fields. There are different types of conveyor belts.
What Are The Advantages of Solid Woven Flame Retardant Conveyor Belts Compared to Steel Cord Conveyors?
At present, all conveyor belts used in coal mines are flame retardant and antistatic conveyor belts. There are mainly solid woven flame retardant conveyor belt and Steel cord flame retardant conveyor belt. So what are the advantages of solid woven flame retardant conveyor belts compared to steel cord conveyors?
These industrial applications have different conveying requirements and the conveyed materials have different physical and chemical properties. How to choose the right rubber conveyor belt for the application?
Do you know the manufacturing process of rubber conveyor belt? Most of the Industrial rubber conveyor belt consists of two layers. The lower layer is known as the body and gives it a linear strength and shape. The body consists of polyester, nylon and cotton.