สายพานเทฟลอน (PTFE)

   
5038 0.07 135 1000/1500 16
       
   
5058 0.12 255 1000/1500 24
       
   
5108 0.22 490 1000/1500/2400 47
       
   
7148 0.33 680 1000/1500/2000 67
       
   
7278 0.70 1085 2006 86
       
 

Anti-Static Black-PTFE Glass Fabric

   
7103AS 0.23 490 1000/1500/2400 47
       
   
7143AS 0.33 680 1000/1500/2400 67
       
   
7305AS 0.75 460 2700/3200 37
       
 

Open-Mesh PTFE Glass & Kevlar

   
7195 0.45 530 1500 78
       
   
7305 0.75 460 2700/3200/4800 37
       
   
7305K 0.75 310 2600/3000 67
       
   
7305KG 1.4 64 3000/3500 122
       
 

COATED FIBERGLASS BELTING GENERAL FEATURES

   

ALLIGATOR SPLICE

An exceptionally strong metal splice which fastens mechanically and is very flexible. Splice components are locked into reinforced belt ends which are then meshed and joined by a pin.

       
   

OVERLAP SPLICE

A standard splice in which the belt ends are overlapped from 1/2" to 2" and heat sealed together. A double fabric thickness will result. Excellent for most non-thickness-critical applications. Splice can be angled from 22? to 90?, and can be stitched for additional strength.

       
   

BUTT SPLICE

Belt ends are butted. Fabric reinforcement is placed beneath the splice. Components are then joined by a heat seal. Splice can be angled from 22? to 90?. Perfect for applications requiring an uninterrupted belt work surface. Splice can be stitched for additional strength.

       
   

FABRIC FLAP OVER SPLICE

Typically, a Teflon? coated fiberglass fabric flap placed over the splice area. Silicone coated fiberglass also available. Flap is heat sealed and/or stitched to belt. Usually applied to belts with metal splices (alligator/clipper). Protects splice from abrasion and provides a continuous release surface.