Swiss-quality, world-class-performance fabric belts

Fabric-based conveyor and processing belts are used in a vast number of industries and applications. Habasit’s wide-ranging offering extends from lightweight conveyor belts to specialized processing belts, and from power transmission belts to machine tapes.
Every Habasit solution is made with high precision and sets the performance benchmarks in the belting industry. We ensure the reliability and flexibility of our solutions through combining top-quality raw materials with state-of-the-art manufacturing and our extensive engineering experience.
Fabric Belts

Fabric conveyor belts surfaces
 

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Conveying surfaces feature a wide range of different structures to meet the demands of applications in the market. To learn about the various Habasit surface structures and their properties, just select the core features.
Basketweave structure
Buffed finish
Coarse textile structure
Cone top structure
Crescent top structure
Cylindrical knob structure
Diagonal rhomboid positive structure
Diagonal wave structure
Elliptical smooth netting negative structure
Fabric
Fine textile structure / Fine weave emboss
Fish - herringbone structure
Glossy surface
Grip structure
Harlequin structure
Honeycomb structure
Impregnated fleece
Impregnated fabric
Inverted pyramid structure
Jink wave grip structure
Longitudinal groove
Matt, dull finish
Non-woven (fleece) structure
Orange peel
Orb structure
Pimple structure
Quadrillé (quadrangular pattern)
Sand finish
Sawtooth (large) structure
Sawtooth profile
Silk finish
Smooth
Snake skin structure
Square structure
Supermatt finish
Super grip surface
Tear drop structure
Waffle structure
Y Embossing

What's new?

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Smarter, safer, more precise packaging operations

Habasit is heading to Pack Expo International in Chicago, showcasing the dependable, innovative, and premium-quality belting solutions that keep your packaging operations in motion. Meet us at booth #6149 in the North Building at McCormick Place, Chicago, from 23rd to 26th October 2022.
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Bakery belting needs covered at IBIE 2022

IBIE, the International Baking Industry Exposition, opens its doors in Las Vegas from September 17th to 21st. Habasit Experts are looking forward to seeing you at this largest industry event in the Northern Hemisphere. Visit us at booth #5319 and discover the belting solutions that have all your bakery needs covered.
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Moving smarter with Habasit at Package Fulfilment Expo

Habasit brings energy-efficient, low-noise, and dependable belting solutions to Cincinnati for Package Fulfilment, Logistics & Delivery Expo on July 13th and 14th.
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Understanding friction

Recently I was asked to investigate an issue with an installation that was getting too hot due to excess friction. This can be a common problem, and so it is helpful to understand the factors involved. In this blog I will explain how friction is created and how it can be measured.
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How to determine the dimensions of conveyor and power transmission belts

What are k1%, kadm, and peripheral force? One can feel they are reading a new language when trying to determine the significance of these words, but in today’s blog I will translate their meaning and discuss the implications of each one.
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How to reduce friction on conveyors with a nosebar (knife edge)

Conveyors with one or two nosebars (knife edges) consume more power than conveyors with bearing pulleys. That’s a given. But we also regularly receive questions about a drive that slips, or motors that overheat and turn off. These problems may be caused by friction between the static nosebar and the tensioned belt. To deal with this, we need to know how friction occurs.
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Customer stories

High lateral rigidity of PNB-12EITO prevents tracking problems

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Customer stories

Changing to NAQ-10ELBV yields 30-40 hours less downtime annually

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Habasit Cleanline with cleats

Food industry applications require belts offering excellent release, efficient and easy cleanability, and chemical and hydrolysis resistance for wet and humid environments. TPO belts fit the bill exactly. But until now, food producers have had to use a different type of belt for steeper incline or decline applications due to limitations on adding the accessories necessary for transferring loose products at an angle. Now there is a solution: Habasit® Cleanline belts equipped with cleats for inclines/declines, enabling the same standardized cleaning processes and shorter overall sanitation times.
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Belt-friendly TPU scraper bar

Belt scrapers are used on food processing lines to meet several process challenges. With the introduction of its new TPU scraper bar, Habasit is further improving the benefits this essential component brings to food processors.
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Customer stories

F-5EXCT belt with 427 holes for vacuum application

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The Sound of Future

The Austrian bell foundry Grassmayr proves that the traditional trade has nothing to do with its old fashioned image. They revive a centuries-old business with a new technology using Habasit fabric belts.
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