Bandes légères de qualité suisse

Les bandes de transport et de process sont utilisées dans de nombreuses industries et applications. L'offre Habasit s’étend des bandes transporteuses légères aux bandes de process spéciales, en passant par les courroies de transmission de puissance et cordons machines.
Chaque solution Habasit est fabriquée avec une grande précision et impose la référence en termes de performances dans le secteur de la bande. Nous garantissons la fiabilité et la flexibilité de nos solutions en combinant des matières premières de qualité supérieure avec une fabrication de pointe et notre vaste expérience en ingénierie.
Bandes légères

Surfaces des bandes légères

La diversité des structures caractérisant les surfaces de convoyage permet de répondre aux exigences du marché. Pour en savoir plus sur les différentes structures de surface Habasit et leurs propriétés, cliquez ci-dessous sur les principales caractéristiques souhaitées.
Structure en dents de scie alternées
Structure basketweave
Finition polie
Structure textile grossière
Structure cone top
Structure crescent top
Structure cylindrical knob
Structure diagonal rhomboid positive
Structure diagonal wave
Structure elliptical smooth netting negative
Structure textile fin / Embossage à ondulations fines
Structure fish - herringbone
Surface brillante
Structure grip
Structure harlequin
Structure honeycomb
Molleton imprégné
Tissu imprégné
Structure inverted pyramid
Structure jnk wave grip
Rainure longitudinale
Finition mate et terne
Structure non-woven (molleton)
Orange peel
Structure orb
Structure pimple
Quadrillé (motif quadrangulaire)
Finition sable
Structure sawtooth large
Profilé en dent de scie
Finition soie
Structure snake skin
Structure square
Finition super mate
Surface super-adhérente
Structure tear drop
Structure waffle
Embossage Y

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