1) Fabric rubber belts

Belt cross-section

Used to transport all materials with low (<80°C) and neutral temperatures in all mining and processing industries where working conditions are light.

Main advantages:
  • core resistant to dry rot;
  • D class shield (high abrasion resistance): resistant to cold acids and salt corrosion;
  • average abrasion value 100 mm3;
  • small diameter idlers and reduced tension paths can be used.

Belt structure:
consist of 3 to 6 synthetic separators of EP fabric (polyester in carcass and weft polyamide) with rubber shield. Casing thickness varies depending on the type, i.e. strength and number of separators;
  • polyester fibres with a low elongation are used towards the carcass to reduce the length of tensioning paths;
  • more elastic polyamide fibres are used in the thread to ensure good trough;
  • these belts can also be manufactured with X, Y class rubber shields.

  • width available from 400 mm to 2400 mm;
  • breaking strength available from 400 to 3500 N/mm.

Belt structure

We provide belts according to the following shield types:
  • abrasion-resistant;
  • flash-resistant;
  • high temperature-resistant;
  • oil resistant.

2)Fabric rubber belts with metal transverse reinforcements

The belt combines the advantages of the fabric rubber belt with steel strength thanks to a multiple-ply structure protected by a multi-metal sheath in a carrying shield.
Belt types available: 500/3 to 3150/5.
It consists of woven fabric separators (polyester carcass/polyamide weft) lined with a rubber layer. The core is protected against punctures and cuts by steel sheath, which consists of steel wires embedded in the carrying shield.
D class is a standard shield rubber with high wear resistance.
Product temperature < 80°C.
Belts can also be manufactured in X, Y or W class.

Main advantages:
  • better distribution of the impacts to the belt caused by excavated material and core protection;
  • increased tear resistance, without any equivalents in fabric rubber belts;
  • exceptional mechanical splice strength.
  • width available from 400 mm to 2400 mm;
  • breaking strength available from 400 to 3500 N/mm.