Traditional Seamless Belts

Traditional seamless belts are produced by first weaving or knitting a “tube” of fabric material in a circular fashion so that a splice is not required. The belts are then coated with various rubber or plastic materials depending on the application requirements. Since the belts do not have a splice, they are very strong for the given thickness and can also be produced to hold very tight length tolerances.

Power Transmission Belts
Used to transmit power in light duty applications like: lathes, grinders, vacuum cleaners and spindle drives. Various strengths are available based on different fabric designs.
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Conveying Belts
Used for transporting light objects, usually at higher speeds, such as: paper, currency, tickets and envelopes. Various strengths are available based on different fabric designs. Different friction values are achieved through the selection of the top cover compound.
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