PVC Coated Belts

PVC coated belts remain a good choice for handling both wet and fatty foods, such as dough or processed meats and poultry.

PVC general purpose belts offer food compliance in dry and wet applications. This high-quality range features melt-coated, non-porous, low migration surfaces, and forms the backbone of Habasit’s PVC food belt offering. Well-proven for fruit and vegetable handling, including applications like potato grading, the wide range of surface variations includes hard, matt finishes for improved goods release, and offers exactly the right belt for each application.

Habasit HySAN belts perfectly match the needs of food processes involving oily, fatty, and wet conditions. Laboratory tests of the new HySAN belts confirm their superiority in comparison with standard food PVC belts and competitors’ high-grade PVC belts.

PVC coating is also used on heavy belt carcasses.

  • Nonwoven belts with PVC coating are especially suitable for the heavier loads found on US equipment
  • Available also on interwoven fabrics, PCV coating offers good oil resistance

General purpose belts
Habasit’s basic food-approved PVC belts meet the needs of both dry and wet applications, offering non-porous, melt-coated and low migration surfaces.
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Special oil-resistant belts HySAN
These belts perfectly match the needs of food processes involving oily, fatty, and wet conditions. Laboratory tests of the new HySAN belts confirm their superiority in comparison with standard food PVC belts and competitors’ high-grade PVC belts.
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Oil-resistant belts
These interwoven types provide high tear and puncture resistance for demanding applications. They feature oil-resistant PVC compounds.
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Nonwoven PVC belts
The belts’ nonwoven construction is fray resistant and a good choice for troughed or powerturn applications. The belt covers and saturant use oil-resistant PVC.
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