Nastri in tessuto, di qualità svizzera e ad alte prestazioni

I nastri trasportatori e di processo in tessuto trovano utilizzo in un ampio numero di settori e applicazioni. L'ampia offerta di Habasit spazia dai nastri trasportatori leggeri ai nastri di processo specializzati, fino ai nastri di trasmissione di potenza e ai nastri macchina.
Ogni soluzione Habasit è realizzata con grande precisione e definisce i criteri di valutazione delle performance nel settore dei nastri. Garantiamo l'affidabilità e la flessibilità delle nostre soluzioni combinando materie prime di alta qualità con una produzione all'avanguardia e con la nostra vasta esperienza ingegneristica.
Nastri in tessuto

Superfici dei nastri trasportatori in tessuto

Le superfici di trasporto presentano un'ampia gamma di strutture diverse per soddisfare la domanda sul mercato di applicazioni. Per saperne di più sulle varie strutture della superficie di trasporto dei nastri Habasit e sulle loro proprietà, basta selezionare le caratteristiche principali.
Struttura a dente di sega alternato
Surperficie interlacciata
Finitura lucida
Struttura tessile ruvida
Struttura cone top
Struttura a mezzaluna
Struttura a bottoni
Struttura romboidale diagonale positiva
Struttura a onda diagonale
Struttura ellittica con impressione negativa
Impressione tela / goffratura a trama fine
Struttura a lisca di pesce
Superficie lucida
Struttura grippante
Struttura a losanghe
Struttura a nido d'ape
Vello di poliestere impregnato
Tessuto impregnato
Struttura a piramide rovesciata
Struttura di presa a zig-zag
Scanalatura longitudinale
Opaco, finitura opaca
Struttura in tessuto non tessuto
Buccia d'arancia
Struttura sferica
Struttura a puntini
Struttura quadrillé
Finitura sabbia
Struttura a dente di sega (grande)
Profilo a dente di sega
Finitura seta
Liscio uniforme
Struttura a pelle di serpente
Struttura quadrata
Finitura superopaca
Superficie super grip
Struttura a goccia
Struttura a piramide negativa
Goffratura a Y

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