Conveyor Belts

Conveyor Belts

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As a professional cement equipment supplier, AGICO CEMENT can provide high-quality conveyor belts for the cement industry.
Conveyor belt price discount, large quantity, and many discounts, conveyor belt cost price for sales, welcome everyone to come to consult!
We can customize various types of high-temperature combustion-resistant, low-temperature resistant, acid and alkali corrosion-resistant conveyor belts according to customer needs.
The thickness, layers, and pattern of the conveyor belt can also be customized.
Whether you need a conveyor belt for a specific application or a custom solution, we have the expertise, resources, and capabilities to meet your needs.

The conveyor belts produced by our company are mainly rubber conveyor belts, which are widely used in raw material transportation, clinker transportation, pulverized coal transportation, fly ash transportation, and other technological processes.
The conveyor belt is made of high-temperature-resistant materials, flame-retardant materials, or carbon materials, which are mixed and processed.
The base material is polyester cotton canvas, cotton canvas, or metal mesh core.

AGICO CEMENT Conveyor Belts customization can involve belt width, length, material, and strength, Now Inquire!

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Efficient Transfer: Our industrial conveyor belts use advanced technology to ensure efficient material transfer, thereby reducing your production cycle.

Sturdy and Durable: Made of high-quality materials, it is durable and can be used for a long time in harsh environments.

Safe and Reliable: Strict quality control and multiple security measures to ensure safe and reliable operation.

Customization: We provide various specifications and models of industrial conveyor belts, which can be customized according to your specific needs to meet the requirements of different industries.

Easy Maintenance: Simple and easy maintenance methods minimize downtime and improve production efficiency.

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Various Conveyor Belts Available

AGICO CEMENT specializes in the production and sale of cement spare parts, with many types and complete types at favorable prices.
There are several types of conveyor belts available, each designed to meet specific industrial requirements and material handling needs.
Here are some of the most common types of conveyor belts:

Various Conveyor Belts

These are flat, continuous belts used for transporting lightweight materials and packages.
They are commonly used in industries like food processing, electronics, and pharmaceuticals.

Modular belts consist of individual interlocking modules, allowing for easy customization and replacement.
They are suitable for handling products with irregular shapes and are often used in the beverage and automotive industries.

Roller conveyors use rollers to facilitate the movement of materials or products.
They are ideal for handling heavy loads and are commonly found in warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants.

These conveyor belts have cleats or V-guides on the carrying surface, providing additional grip and preventing material from slipping or sliding during transportation.
They are used for incline or decline applications and in industries handling bulk materials.

Steel cord belts are reinforced with steel cords, making them extremely strong and suitable for heavy-duty applications like mining, bulk material handling, and long-distance transportation.

These belts are made of PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) or PVG (Polyvinyl Chloride + Nitrile Rubber) materials, offering excellent resistance to abrasion, chemicals, and fire.
They are commonly used in industries where fire safety is a concern, such as underground mining and power plants.

These belts are designed to withstand high temperatures and are used in industries with hot material handling processes, such as steel mills, cement plants, and foundries.

These belts are resistant to the damaging effects of oil and are commonly used in industries like agriculture, recycling, and automotive manufacturing.

These belts have magnets embedded in them to attract and hold ferrous materials during transportation, commonly used in recycling and metal separation processes.

Wire mesh belts are used in applications where airflow or drainage is essential, such as baking ovens, washing processes, and drying operations.

Plastic modular belts are made of plastic modules and are commonly used in food processing, packaging, and automotive industries.

Manufacturing of Conveyor Belt

Material Selection: The first step is to choose the appropriate materials for the conveyor belt based on the specific application requirements.
The materials commonly used in conveyor belts include rubber, PVC, PU (Polyurethane), fabric, steel cord, and various synthetic fibers.

Fabric Weaving or Reinforcement: For fabric-based conveyor belts, the selected materials (such as polyester, nylon, or cotton) are woven together to create a strong fabric layer.
The number of plies (layers) and the weaving pattern determine the strength and flexibility of the conveyor belt.

Belt Coating: Depending on the application, the conveyor belt may require additional coatings or layers to provide specific properties like abrasion resistance, flame resistance, or chemical resistance.
The coating process involves applying layers of rubber or other materials to the fabric reinforcement.

Vulcanization: Vulcanization is a critical step in the manufacturing process of rubber-based conveyor belts.
The coated belt is passed through a vulcanization machine, where heat and pressure are applied to bond and cure the rubber layers together.
This process ensures the integrity and durability of the conveyor belt.

Cutting and Shaping: Once the conveyor belt is fully cured and solidified, it is cut to the desired width and length.
The edges may be sealed or treated to prevent fraying and improve the belt’s longevity.

Joining or Splicing: In the case of long conveyor belts or those that need to be installed on-site, the individual sections are joined together through splicing.
Common splicing methods include mechanical fasteners, hot vulcanization, and cold vulcanization.

Quality Control: Throughout the manufacturing process, strict quality control measures are taken to ensure that the conveyor belts meet the required specifications and standards.
This involves testing for strength, thickness, adhesion, and other critical parameters.

Final Assembly: The conveyor belt is then prepared for final assembly, which may involve attaching accessories like cleats, sidewalls, tracking guides, and fasteners, depending on the specific application needs.

Packaging and Shipping: Once the conveyor belts pass quality control checks and final assembly, they are packaged and prepared for shipment to customers or distribution centers.

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