What is Heavy Duty Belting?
Heavy Duty Belting is rated at 220 pounds PIW and above. These durable belts are used in some of the most demanding industries and need to excel under the pressure.
Heavy Duty Belts consist of Rubber and PVC Solid-Woven materials that can endure extreme environments. These belts are often found in 2-ply, 3-ply and even 4-ply construction. MSHA approved and Fire Rated specs available. MIR can provide all Heavy Duty Mechanical Lacing, Super-Screw® and Field Vulcanization.
Advantages of Heavy Duty Belting
Abrasion & Impact Resistant
Heavy Duty belts experience highly abrasive materials in abundance. Our belts are abrasion and impact resistant, holding up for your demanding application.
Belts that maintain their original shape mean less maintenance and tensioning.
High-quality materials and well-constructed belts to withstand your harshest applications.
The rubber compound used in our belts fights off the onset of mildew or rot.
High Load Support
Support heavy loads without breakage or tearing.
This feature was designed with safety in mind. Designed for mining applications where fire resistance is required. Meets the requirements of power plants where oil resistance.
High Heat Resistant
Constructed with premium compounds to withstand temperatures as high as 400°F.
Mine Safety approved.
Customizations for Heavy Duty Belting
Heavy duty belting has been used in demanding industries for years. Each application has its specific needs which can sometimes require modifications to these belts. We offer:
- Cleats in Various Forms Including: Straight, Chevron, Open Chevron, Cleat Lock, Mini Cleats, Beefy Cleats, High Incline, Lug and Square, Steel-Reinforced, Notched, V-Notched and Scoop
- Corrugated Sidewalls
- Belts Constructed to your Specifications
- Mechanical Fasteners
- Custom Profiles
- Flanges included Siped, Drilled, Notched and Solid
- V-Guides, Segmented V-Guides
- Splicing – Field Splicing
- Bucket Elevators
- Integrally Molded
Considerations for Heavy Duty Belting
Heavy duty belting can vary in expense depending on the type of belt and its construction. Selecting the right belt for your application is imperative to improve uptime, reduce maintenance time, and increase throughput and overall efficiency.
- Steep Inclines / Declines
- Troughing Conveyors
- Heavy Load Transport
- Bucket Elevators
- Brick Plants
- Grain Conveying
- Metal Stampings
- Glass Cullet
- Sand and Gravel
- Wood Logging and Finishing
- 2-Ply, 3-Ply or 4-Ply Construction
- Various Top Cover Thicknesses
- Bottom Designs such as Covers or Low Friction
- Multi-Impact Resistant
- Abrasion Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- High Load Support
- High Tension
- Lateral Rigidity
- Tear Resistant
- Low Stretch
- Temperature Resistant
- Superior Lace Retention
- Flame Retardant
- Custom Designed Belts
- Special Fabrications such as Cleats, Guides, Sidewalls and Splicing
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