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Standard Coverings

 

Please ask for a quotation by emailing your requirements to sales@beltingonline.com

Covering

Properties

Abrasion
Resist

Coeff. 
of friction

Temp
Range

Shore ‘A’ Hard

Bend
Rating

  

Natural rubber with outstanding resilience and remarkable cut and tear resistance. Excellent abrasion resistance and wet grip

5

0.7

+70°C 
– 40°C

 38/40

Medium

  

Silica reinforced rubber mix for severe abrasion resistance. Low compression set and high elasticity.

6

0.7

+70°C 
– 40°C

 55

Low

 

Heavy duty rubber mix with strength and resilience for severe abrasion resistance.
Low compression set and high elasticity.

7

0.4

+70°C 
– 30°C

 70

Low

  

Oil, heat and aromatic hydrocarbon resistant solid rubber for heavy duty traction and haul-off applications.

5

0.5

+80°C 
– 20°C

 55

Low

  

Solid polyurethane with
excellent wear and abrasion resistance. High co-efficient of friction for haul-off apps.

8

0.4

+80°C 
– 50°C

 60

Low

  

Solid polyurethane with oil, wear and abrasion resistance. Excellent for pocketing and profiling.

9

0.3

+80°C 
– 50°C

 70

Low

  

Solid polyurethane, excellent for machining of pockets and profiles. Extremely wear resistant.

10

0.2

+80°C 
– 50°C

 80

Low

  

White nitrile rubber for most food and medical use including fatty foods. FDA approved materials Good resistance to heat-ageing.

4

0.7

+70°C 
– 30°C

60

Low

  

Filled natural rubber excellent for profiling and grooving. High tear
and abrasion resistance. High resilience and elasticity.

5

0.9

+70°C 
– 50°C

40

Medium

  

Closed cell sponge rubber. Good ageing, oil, compression and chemical resistance. Non-absorbent. Non-flammable and self-extinguishing.

2

0.9

+70°C 
– 30°C

n/a

High

  

High density version of the above Good compression, ageing, oil and chemical resistance and non-absorbent. Non-flammable and self-extinguishing.

5

0.6

+70°C 
– 30°C

n/a

High

Please note. : These coverings are bonded to the back of the chosen belt and as such will have an overlap joint in the covering. The belts should only be run in one direction as indicated on the covering. If you have an application where the belt must run in in both directions then please contact us for advice.

Depending on application other coverings are possible.




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