What are types of Conveyor Belts and their CharacteristicsDate：2019-12-25 10:37:20 Browse :
The patterned conveyor belting is composed of a belt body and a part of the pattern, because the materials to be transported are different from the inclination of the belt conveyor, and the shape and height of the specified pattern are also different. Common types of patterned conveyor belts are as follows:
Features: The surface of the belt has a "herringbone" pattern that is higher than the belt body. The pattern can be open or closed. Each pattern can be divided into three types: high, medium and low.
Main use: It is suitable for conveying powder, granules and blocks of materials with an inclination angle of ≤40 degrees, and can also transport materials into bags.
Features: The strip surface has long strip-shaped patterns that are higher than the strip body. The pattern is divided into three types: high, medium and low. Each pattern can be divided into sparse and dense according to the sorting interval.
Main use: It is suitable for conveying turnover materials at a level of ≤ 30 degrees. It can replace herringbone pattern if it is in the grooved condition.
Features: The surface of the belt has a granular pattern higher than the belt body or recessed into the belt body, and the indentation can be made into a square through shape or a rhombus and cloth pattern.
Main use: Grainy pattern is suitable for soft turnover materials or need to grasp practical material transportation (such as cardboard boxes) or non-drag transportation.
Dent-shaped granular pattern is suitable for conveying granular objects with an inclination angle of 45 degrees or less.
Features: The surface of the belt has a half-fan (or 1/4 round) pattern. When the tape is grooved, the pattern interferes with a fan shape (or semi-circular shape), which belongs to the high pattern type.
Main use: It is suitable for conveying powder, granules and granular materials with a large inclination angle of ≤60 degrees.
The pattern conveyor belt has the characteristics of wide application coverage, small footprint, no shipping points, reduced investment in civil engineering projects, low maintenance toughness, and large air supply. It is commonly used for coal, coal mining, power engineering, metallurgical industry, chemical plant, light industry, foodstuff and other industries to transport materials.