1. width upto 4m;
2. high temperature resistance;
3. chemical resistance;
4. different colors & mesh available;
PTFE(Teflon) coated fiberglass open mesh beltselect fine fiberglass, Kevlar or Nomex as basic weaving material,
coated with excellent PTFE(Teflon) resin to make it into various of
PTFE(Teflon) conveyor belt.
PTFE(Teflon) coated fiberglass open mesh belt Usage:
PTFE(Teflon) open mesh belts are used in screen printing to
transport imprinted materials through drying ovens and cooling
chambers. These belts are long lasting and perform well over a wide
range of operating temperatures.
Fiberflon belt fabrication department can supply a wide variety of
splices and edge reinforcements in order to respond customer’s
PTFE(Teflon) coated fiberglass open mesh beltProperties:
1. Outstanding temperature resistance (from -170ºC to +260ºC)
2. Resistant to corrosive agents
3. Low thermal mass
4. Controlled porosity
5. Superior non-stick surface, easy to clean
6. High dielectric strength
7. Dimensional stability
8. Resistance to UV, IR and HF
10. Superior tracking
Ruida offers #1A galvanized or #1A stainless steel alligator
splices. These splices are the most durable and are the easiest to use. Belts utilizing alligator or clipper splices can
be installed without taking machinery apart. A coverflap can be
added to reduce heat transfer to your material.
stainless steel clipper splices. These splices are the most durable
and are the easiest to use. Belts utilizing clipper and alligator
splices can be installed without taking machinery apart. A
coverflap can be added to reduce heat transfer to your material.
Peek splices are an ideal choice when metallic splices cannot be
used. Either a peek splice or a smartloop splice should be chosen
when maximum airflow is desired.
Smartloop splices are an ideal choice when metallic splices cannot
be used. Either a peek splice or a smartloop splice should be
chosen when maximum airflow is desired.
Fabric Notch Splice
A fabric notch splice is similar to the alligator splice but
completely eliminates the metal clip. It uses a PTFE Kevlar(R)
material with a special pin for joining.
The ends of the belt are butted together and joined by sealing a
strip of reinforcing fabric under the butted ends. Butt splices
provide the smoothest belt surface at the joint and eliminate the
step-down surface which is characteristic of the overlap splice.
This is the standard splice for most applications. Overlap splices,
normally cut and overlapped on a 90, 60 or 45 degree angle, are
also commonly used since they are more flexible when running on
smaller diameter rollers. Standard overlap splices are 1".
To prepare a scarfed splice, the ends of the belt are "scarfed", or
sanded down and joined eliminating the double thickness at the
splice which is characteristic of the overlap splice, and
eliminates the need for a heat-sealed reinforcement at the splice
characteristic of the butt splice.
RUIDA belts can be supplied with strips of heat-sealed film or
fabric on one or both edges of your belt. This reinforcement serves
a dual purpose; it reduces fraying of belt edges which rub on
guiding rollers and it also provides the strongest possible anchor
for guiding pins, snaps and grommets.
TFE-Film Edge, Heat-Sealed
TFE film edges are heat-sealed to the top and bottom of the edges
of the belt for a 1/2" or 1" (standard)
surface. The TFE film is available in 3 mil, black or clear, or 10
mil tan (1" surface only).
Fabric Edge, Heat-Sealed
Six mil fabric is heat-sealed to the top and bottom of the edges of
the belt for a 1" (standard) or 2" surface. Fabric edges are
available either tan or black.
Fabric Edge, Sewn & Sealed
For extra reinforcement, our six mil heat-sealed fabric edge can
also be sewn if desired. This reinforcement is commonly used on
open mesh belting..
Two-ply belts are constructed of two plies of TFE-GLASS™, laminated
together with staggered splices. This provides a smooth, continuous
thickness along the entire belt length which guarantees a uniform
seal in packaging and heat-sealing applications. The belts are
typically available in widths of ½" – 3".