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What is plastic belt?

What is plastic belt?

Plastic belts reduce friction and wear, which can help in areas that rub up against metal components and in applications where product accumulation is needed. In an operation where the risk of impact is higher, using plastic belting will increase the service life of your processing application.

What is plastic belt conveyor?

Modular Plastic Belt Conveyor (PB) is a positive sprocket driven, self-tracking solution. These conveyors are designed to provide proper belt alignment, and in most cases, eliminate the need for take-ups.

What is modular plastic?

Plastic modular belting is a type of conveyor belting consisting of injection-mold modules and hinge rods constructed in an interlaying brick pattern to form a belt. The belt is positively driven by sprockets engaged with the underside of the belt.

What are modular belts?

What is a modular belt conveyor? A modular belt conveyor is a flat belt conveyor and is made up of individual plastic or steel modules usually linked together using joint rods. Modular belt conveyors are suitable for conveying components or packed materials throughout production areas inside factories.

What are grocery store conveyor belts made of?

The two most common types of thermoplastic conveyor belts are polyurethane (PU) belts and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) belts. PU conveyor belts: PU conveyor belts are constructed using FDA-approved materials, making them ideal for food production.

What are plastic belts made of?

Plastic conveyor belts are lightweight and temperature resistant belts that are made of thermoplastics such as polyurethane, polyester, polyvinyl chloride, silicone, and polyethylene.

What is a modular belt conveyor?

How dirty are grocery store conveyor belts?

Going round and round, year after year, conveyor belts may look clean, but they are actually a breeding ground for unwanted bacteria. Shoppers place billions of products on these contaminated belts, exposing foods — and families — to potentially harmful pathogens.

Why choose modular plastic belting from Sparks?

Sparks’ technical experts have the experience to fit the right modular plastic belt to your company’s needs whether that is; seafood processing, baked goods, poultry processing, produce processing, wood, glass, raw materials or other. Dura-Lock modular plastic belting from Sparks can also be used for extreme applications, such as:

Why choose Dura-lock modular plastic belting?

Dura-Lock modular plastic belting from Sparks Belting is all about performance, endurance, cleanability and fast easy maintenance. It offers versatility and durability for a solution to any problem in any industry. The expertise to know how to do modular and do it right.

What materials are used in scanbelt belting?

Sparks Belting works with ScanBelt to provide all of the traditional materials for modular plastic belts: Polyethylene, Polypropylene and Polyacetal. All standard materials are FDA approved for direct food contact.

What is a 50 mm belt?

The S.50 series is a range of 50 mm belts designed for medium to heavy transport. The series consists of 19 types of belts with different surface structures and openings as well as a complete range of easy to clean belts for high hygiene applications. Rubber surface and different nub top structures for good product grip.

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