Spiral-wire link belts Gr. 200 = spirals made of round wire
Properties of the belts
- The spirals of these belts are alternately wound clockwise and anti-clockwise. A straight belt motion is achieved by that to a large extent.
- Through the tightly wound spirals, there results a large total cross section. Therefore a high tensile load is possible.
- In the case of belts which are driven through chains, this leads to possible small roll diameters and to a constrained leading of the belt achieving therewith a saving of space in the conveyor machine.
Dimensions & materials
|Dimensions (standard values)||from||to|
|Ø Spiral||1,2 x 0,7 ≠ and 1,0 Ø||6,0 x 3,0 ≠ and 5,0 Ø|
|Ø Cross rod||1,4||8,0|
|(All specifications in mm)|
- Unalloyed / low-alloyed steels, bright or galvanized
- Rust- and acid-resistant chrome and stainless steels
- Heat-resistant chrome and stainless steels
- Further materials on request
S = looped edge Sa = flattened looped edge
B = bent edge K = welded head edge
RZK = scraping edge, chain and welded head edge Driving gear for bushing chain
- Light to heavy items and bulk material.
- Washing, cooling and freezing units, as well as baking-ovens
- Bucket elevators
- Tempering, annealing, compensation and sintering furnaces
- As a discharge belt in washing and tempering baths.
The listings mentioned only the most frequent applications.
Examples of possible applications
Belt No. 200/S in a baking-oven for bread
Belt No. 250.8/RZK with pusher and perforated U-insertions as a discharge conveyor in a washing system for bolts
Round wire link belt No. 233/Sa in the high-temperature conveyor furnace for sintering of powder metal parts under inert gas atmosphere
Round wire link belt No. 200/RK in the tempering furnace for steel parts.
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