Heavy Duty Belting

Abrasion Resistant Conveyor Belting

Conveyor belting designed for the ultimate resistance to abrasion. Equivalent to high abrasion resistant covers with less abrasion loss, these conveyor belts are developed to assure you of the longest belt lifetime. The combination of high tenacity warp and weft provides technical low-stretch, high impact abuse resistance. Recommended for transporting abrasive materials, such as glass, cullet, granite, trap rock, etc.

Fire Retardant Conveyor Belting – FR Rubber

Fire retardant conveyor belting is designed for the service conditions of the mining industry. Suitable for mining, power plants, electric utilities, and coal cleaning plants. Different rubber compounds are available to meet your requirements. ICL AMERICA LIMITED’s fire retardant belts meets the necessary standards requirements.
Fire Retardant
FR-1 grade is specially compounded rubber over rubber for the underground operation requiring fire resistance, static conductivity. The important characteristic is self-extinguishable cover rubber.

FR-2 grade is an SBR fire retardant cover rubber meeting FR standards. It provides a high resistance to wear and cold temperatures.

Fire Retardant Conveyor Belting – FR PVC

  • Width – 750 mm to 1830 mm (30” to 72”)
  • Type – 3500 PIW to 15000 PIW (610 kN/m to 2625 kN/m)
  • Covers – FRAS PVC (Up to 3.0 mm)
  • Special Covers – On offer for abrasion, heat and oil resistance
  • Roll Length – As required by customer subject to shipment restrictions by road and sea
  • Color – Black. However, special colored PVC covers can be made on request
  • Special Weave Constructions – load impact bearing, high-tear, and rip resistant

Heat Resistant Conveyor Belting – HR

Performance proven heat resistant conveyor belting recommended to protect conveyor belting from surface cracking and hardening by heat from hot service applications like hot sintered ore, hot pellet, hot clinker, hot chemical, fertilizer and hot cement, etc. Heat and abrasion resistant cover rubber has been heat treated and dipped to minimize carcass shrinkage and heat aging.

Please see the table below to get an idea of your needs based on materials transported on belting.

HR 700
Materials Carried Lump Size Termperature of Material Carried Belt Surface Temperature
Sintered Ore 25-200 mm (1-8 inch) 200-400ºC (390-750ºF) 130-150ºC (270-300ºF)
Return of Sintered Ore Below 10 mm (0.4 inch) 260ºC (480ºF) 150-190ºC (300-370ºF)
Coke 100-200 mm (4-8 inch) 70-100ºC (160-210ºF) 50-60ºC 120-140ºF)
Raw Material Below 30 mm (1.2 inch) 180-220ºC (360-410ºF) 100-120ºC (210-250ºF)
Clinker 10-30 mm (0.4 – 1.2 inch) 100-220ºC (210-440ºF) 100-110ºC (210-230ºF)
Cement Powder 100-125ºC (210-250ºF) 80-90ºC (170-190ºF)
Metal Powder 170ºC (340ºF) 120-130ºC (250-270ºF)
Molding Sand 200-250ºC (390-480ºF) 80-90ºC (170-190ºF)

Heat resistant belts are best suited for conveying product that is over 60º (140º F). The surface temperature of heat resistant belting varies with the material type, belt speed, loading rate and size. To select the proper heat resistant belting, consider not only the material temperature to be conveyed but the surface temperature of the belt as well.

Oil Resistant Conveyor Belting – OR

Belting with cover rubber compounded for applications requiring resistance to oils. Outstanding abrasion, ozone and weather resistance. Recommended for conveyor lines prone to swelling and sponginess due to contact with oils.
MOR belt
SOR grade grade has excellent resistance for the toughest applications such as oil-treated coal, and petroleum based oils.

OR-200 grade has superior oil resistance to various kinds of animal and vegetable oil with cold temperature.

MOR grade is for moderate oil resistant operations like wood chips, linseed, cottonseed, and whole soybeans where static conductivity is needed.
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