Heat Resistant Conveyor Belts

Heat Resistant Conveyor Belts
Keeping ourselves abreast with latest technology, we manufacture and export best quality heat resistant conveyor belts. Fabricated from premium quality rubber, these heat resistant conveyor belts are well-suited for heat resistance applications, where the temperature of conveyed materials is over 60°C (140°F). These conveyor beltings are used for transporting cement, clinker, cokes, sintered ores, soda ash, chemicals, fertilizer, hot pellet etc.

The service life of these heat resistant belts depends not only on the construction of belt and temperature of conveyed materials, but also on wear properties of materials, size of materials, length of belt, speed of conveyor, fall during loading and involved chemical action.

  • Excellent heat & abrasion resistant cover rubber compound
  • Perfect to protect conveyor belt from cracking and hardening by heat
  • Specially heat-treated and dipped fabric for reducing carcass shrinkage by heat ageing
  • Rubber cover and carcass capable to withstand high temperature

Grade Tensile Strength Elongation at Break Maximum Abrasion Loss Polymer / Rubber Working Temperature Range Application
Heat Resistance Mpa % Minimum MM3   Degrees  
HRT1 12 350% 200 SBR Blend + 100 Max for Fines For hot materials such as crushed cement, foundry sand, fertilizers, clinker, coke etc.
          + 125 Max for Lumps
HRT2 12 350% 180 SBR Blend + 125 Max for Fines For hot materials upto 150 deg. Centigrade such as crushed cement, foundry sand, fertilizers, clinker, sinter, slack, coke etc.
          + 150 Max for Lumps
HRT3 13 350% 130 EPDM + 150 Max for Fines Very hot & abrasive materials as above upto 200 deg. centigrade
          + 200 Max for Lumps

Note :
  • Values mentioned above are minimum requirements. Actual values may differ.
  • Working Temperature & application are recommendations only. Customer may deviate depending on actual conditions.
  • Above is subject to changes with change of process, technology etc.
  • Values not mentioned can be obtained from ECB, if required.
For container shipments, belts are wound on steel cores. Outer surface of belt roll is covered with rubberized fabric and sides are covered with plastic corrugated flanges. For break - bulk shipments, belts are packed in wooden drums with MS flanges and tie rods on sides.