RUIDA PTFE coated kevlar mesh conveyor belt


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Quick Details

 Condition: New

 Type: mesh belt

 Material: Kevlar

 Material Feature: Heat Resistant

 Structure: Belt Conveyor

 Load Capacity: depends

 Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

 Brand Name: RUIDA

 Model Number: RDKV

 Color: yellow, black

 Product Type: Aramid Fabric

 Technics: Woven

 Use: Industry, Military, 

 Chemical, Petroleum

 Pattern: Coated

 Style: Plain

 Type: Kevlar Fabric

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: bubble paper, carton, pallet

Delivery Detail: 7-15days

kevlar mesh conveyor belt: 
1. military; 100%kevlar/aramid 
2. color:yellow 
3. width: 4000mm 
This product has good flame retardant, resistance to abrasion, the cutting performance. Widely used in safety protection, outdoor supplies and fire fighting field
1.KEVLAR can provide a variety of different formative change, its unique characteristics, high temperature resistant, high tensile, high grinding degree (hardness) and low elongation, impact resistance and resistance to chemical and high performance, from the original wire and twist yarn (Ripcord), weaving (plain weave/knitting), plus resin (coating) or and other material composite (composite) can provide different functions.
2.KEVLAR also have excellent heat resistance performance, can not only in the negative to the positive 196 degrees 204 degrees temperature range continuous use but there is no obvious change or detract from; At the same time also has the insoluble, fire resistance (not combustion), will only in 427 degrees began to the characteristics of the carbide, even in negative 196 degree low temperatures, also does not change CuiHe performance loss phenomenon, and can endure temperature as high as 538 degrees short time contact with excellent heat resistance performance.
3.KEVLAR can also use reinforcement many now commercialized high polymer materials, and glass fiber reinforcement materials as easy processing, the use of KEVLAR reinforcing than using glass fibre light 30% to 35%, and 2.5 times as strong rigidity, and KEVLAR and carbon fiber common reinforcement of composite materials also have excellent compression strength.
KEVLAR grey fabric has high strength flame retardant, high temperature resistant, put cut, tear resistance, use and a variety of civil defence and industrial fields.

PTFE Belting

Ruida manufactures various of belts with its material of smooth ptfe fabric,ptfe mesh, kevla, silicon rubber etc to custom specifications, depending on each customer’s individual needs. To help determine the best belt for your unique application, you need provide the following information for our experienced technical manager to discuss your requirement.

Ordering Your Ruida Belt
Whenever possible, have the following information available:

     * Dimensions of belt: width and length
     * Desired splice, edge reinforcement and tracking devices, where needed
     * Pulley size and type
     * Any special construction or instructions concerning the fabrication of your Ruida belt. In some cases of 
       complex fabrication,a print may be requested.

Choosing the Right Material
There are a number of factors to keep in mind when choosing the belting material for your application:

     * Temperature Range – Our ptfe fabrics have the capabilities of withstanding -70°C- +260°C constant operating temperatures.
     * Pliability – If the material is to track around pulleys that drive the belt, the diameter of the pulley is critical. The smaller the roller the more flexible the belt must be. Ruida’s thinner materials (0.010” and under) are more pliant than the heavier coated fabrics.
     * Release Qualities – The surface finishes of our materials range from a rough, semi-porous finish to a super smooth surface. The release or fabric impression results desired will be a determining factor.
     * Strength – Options to be considered are breaking, tensile and tear strength. How much of a load the belt carries, how fast it moves and how tightly it will be tensioned all must be considered.

Fabric Grades
Learn more about the various fabric grades available when constructing your belt.

Learn about the different applications for ptfe coated fiberglass ,silicon coated glass tapes, fabrics and belts.

Fabrication Options
Learn more about the many options available for constructing your Ruida conveyor belt.

Metallic Splices

Alligator Splice
Ruida offers #1A galvanized or #1A stainless steel alligator splices. These splices are the most durable and are the easiest to use. Belts utilizing alligator or clipper splices can be installed without taking machinery apart. A coverflap can be added to reduce heat transfer to your material.

Clipper Splice
stainless steel clipper splices. These splices are the most durable and are the easiest to use. Belts utilizing clipper and alligator splices can be installed without taking machinery apart. A coverflap can be added to reduce heat transfer to your material.

Non-Metallic Splices

Peek Splice
Peek splices are an ideal choice when metallic splices cannot be used. Either a peek splice or a smartloop splice should be chosen when maximum airflow is desired.

Smartloop Splice
Smartloop splices are an ideal choice when metallic splices cannot be used. Either a peek splice or a smartloop splice should be chosen when maximum airflow is desired.

Fabric Notch Splice
A fabric notch splice is similar to the alligator splice but completely eliminates the metal clip. It uses a PTFE Kevlar(R) material with a special pin for joining.

Endless Splices

Butt Splice
The ends of the belt are butted together and joined by sealing a strip of reinforcing fabric under the butted ends. Butt splices provide the smoothest belt surface at the joint and eliminate the step-down surface which is characteristic of the overlap splice.

Overlap Splice
This is the standard splice for most applications. Overlap splices, normally cut and overlapped on a 90, 60 or 45 degree angle, are also commonly used since they are more flexible when running on smaller diameter rollers. Standard overlap splices are 1".

Scarfed Splice
To prepare a scarfed splice, the ends of the belt are "scarfed", or sanded down and joined eliminating the double thickness at the splice which is characteristic of the overlap splice, and eliminates the need for a heat-sealed reinforcement at the splice characteristic of the butt splice.

Edge Reinforcements
Taconic belts can be supplied with strips of heat-sealed film or fabric on one or both edges of your belt. This reinforcement serves a dual purpose; it reduces fraying of belt edges which rub on guiding rollers and it also provides the strongest possible anchor for guiding pins, snaps and grommets.

TFE-Film Edge, Heat-Sealed
TFE film edges are heat-sealed to the top and bottom of the edges of the belt for a 1/2" or 1" (standard) 

surface. The TFE film is available in 3 mil, black or clear, or 10 mil tan (1" surface only).

Fabric Edge, Heat-Sealed
Six mil fabric is heat-sealed to the top and bottom of the edges of the belt for a 1" (standard) or 2" surface. Fabric edges are available either tan or black.

Fabric Edge, Sewn & Sealed
For extra reinforcement, our six mil heat-sealed fabric edge can also be sewn if desired. This reinforcement is commonly used on open mesh belting..

Two-Ply Belts
Two-ply belts are constructed of two plies of TFE-GLASS™, laminated together with staggered splices. This provides a smooth, continuous thickness along the entire belt length which guarantees a uniform seal in packaging and heat-sealing applications. The belts are typically available in widths of ½" – 3".

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