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High Abrasion Resistant Conveyor Belting – HARK

Conveyor belting designed for the ultimate resistance to abrasion. Equivalent to DIN-W grade with less than 90 Cu.mm abrasion loss and DIN-Y with less than 80 Cu.mm abrasion loss, these conveyor belts are developed to assure you of the longest belt lifetime. The combination of polyester in warp and nylon infilling provides technical low-stretch, high impact abuse resistance. Recommended for transporting abrasive materials, such as glass, cullet, granite, trap rock, etc.

FABRIC GRADE (Tensile Strength: kg/cm)
 
Fabric / Ply 3P 4P 5P 6P
NN – 135 360 480 600 720
NN – 160 450 600 750 900
NN – 200 600 800 1,000 1,200
NN – 250 750 1,000 1,250 1,500
NN – 300 900 1,200 1.500 1,800
NN – 350 1,050 1,400 1,750 2,100
NN – 400 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400
EP – 135 375 500 625 750
EP – 160 450 600 750 900
EP – 200 600 800 1,000 1,200
EP – 250 750 1,000 1,250 1,500
EP – 300 900 1,200 1,500 1,800
EP – 350 1,050 1,400 1,750 2,100
EP – 400 1,200 1,600 2,000 2,400
 
Cover Grade Tensile Strength
Min (Mpa)
Elongation
Min (%)
Abrasion Loss
Max (mm2)
DIN-W 18 450 90
DIN-Y 20 450 110
GRADE 1 17 450 120
GRADE 2 14 400 170
GRADE 1 HARK 18 450 90
MOR 12 1,400 300
SOR 15 300 200
FABRIC TYPE
NN Nylon / Nylon
EP Polyester / Nylon
SW Straight Wrap
CFW Crow Foot
BREAKER FABRIC Steel Mesh
 
 

Fire Retardant Conveyor Belting – FR Rubber

Fire retardant conveyor belting 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.

 
Type Cover Rubber Special Features
Min Tensile Strengh Min. Elongation
%
Application
Grade
Kg/cm2 psi
MSHA-14 140 2,100 400 M-14 Neoprene cover fire retardant static conductive, self-extinguishable covers meeting MSHA-14.
MSHA-18 150 2,200 400 M-18 SBR fire retardant cover rubber meeting MSHA-18.
CAN-CSA-C 150 2,200 400 CSA-C SBR fire retardant cover rubber meeting CAN-CSA and low temperature.
SCORF 170 2,400 400 MOR/MSHA (USA) Oil treated coal and grain industries requiring fire and oil retardant, static conductivity with
lower electric resistance.
 
M – 14 grade is a specially compounded Neoprene cover rubber for underground operation requiring fire retardant, static conductivity meeting MSHA – 14 standards.

M – 18 grade is an SBR fire retardant cover rubber meeting MSHA – 18 standards. It provides resistance to wear and cold temperatures.

CSA – C an SBR fire retardant cover rubber meeting CAN – CSA – C. It provides abrasion resistance to wear and cold temperatures.

SCORF grade is fire resistant with medium oil resistance and accepted by MSHA. It is recommended for typical applications such as oil treated coal and grain industries requiring fire & oil resistance, and static conductivity with lower electric resistance.

 
 

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
 
Type Warp Weft Nominal Belt Thickness Nominal Belt Weight Minimum High
Tension Drum Diameter
Minimum Low Tension Drum Diameter
(lbs/in) (kN/m) (kN/m) (mm) (kg/m2) (mm) (mm)
250 44 25 6.5 9.0 250 225
350 63 26 8.0 10.5 400 315
450 80 35 8.5 11.0 500 355
500 87 35 9.0 11.2 500 355
600 100 35 9.3 12.0 630 400
650 114 35 9.5 12.2 630 400
800 140 35 11.5 14.0 750 450
900 160 42 12.0 15.0 800 600
1,000 180 45 13.0 16.2 800 600
1,200 210 45 14.0 18.0 1000 750
1,500 262 45 15.5 19.5 1250 800
  • ISO 9001:2008 (Global) Certified.
  • Directorate General Of Mines Safety (DGMS) approval as per IS 3181:1992.
  • Mine Safety and Health Administration approval as per US-MSHA, Title 30 of Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
  • Canadian Standards Authority approval as per CSA-M422-14 Type A-1
 

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.

 
 
Temperature Type Compound of Cover Rubber Termperature of Material Carried Application
Peak material Temp. for sort
period (ºF)
Cont. material Temp.
(ºF)
Medium
Temperature
HR-400 EPDM Lump 400ºF
Fines 300ºF
Lump 350ºF
Fines 200ºF
For medium temperature applications(castings, sintered ore, coke, limestone).
High
Temperature
HR-700 EPDM Lump 650-700ºF
Fines 450-500ºF
Lump 550-600ºF
Fines 300-400ºF
For higher temperature use(dried clay, cement clinker, etc.)
Super
Temperature
HR-850 EPDM/EPM Lump 800-850ºF
Fines 600-650ºF
Lump 700-750ºF
Fines 500-550ºF
For super high temperature application.(sintered ore, cement clinker, chemicals etc.
 
 
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 resisitance to oils. Outstanding abrasion, ozone and weather resistance. Recommended for conveyor lines prone to swelling and sponginess due to contact with oils.

 
Type Cover Rubber Use
Min Tensile Strengh Min. Elongation% Volume ChangeASTM #3 Oil
Kg/cm2 psi
SOR 160 2,250 500 Max 20 Oily metal parts, crushed soybeans, automatic hydrocarbons such as benzol, toulene,& petroleum based oils.
OR-200 120 1,700 500 Max 90 Oil treated materials and for carrying oily metal turnings and shavings, crushed soybeans, animal or vegetable fats.
MOR 140 2,000 450 Max 150 Wood chip, linseed, cottonseed, kernel corn, and whole soybeans. Static conductivity, and moderate oil resistance.
HOT ASPHALT 120 1,700 500 Max 60 Hot asphalt, coke whafs, and other oil & heat resistant applications.
 
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.