High Temperature Conveyor Belts

Heat Resistant Belts For High Temperature Applications

highIf your conveying environment is exposed to extremes of temperature, chances are we have the right material for your application. High performance PTFE Coated Kevlar®, Nomex® and Fiberglass Industrial Belting and Fabrics have been developed for the most demanding industrial belting applications. If you need materials with superior release, permeability for rapid drying, chemical resistance and high strength Ace Belting can supply the product you need.

Ace Belting Can Supply Material To Address Your High Heat Belting Requirements Such As:

  • Continuous band sealing belts, single ply and 2-ply for uniform thickness
  • Silicone coated and PTFE coated fiberglass mesh shrink tunnel belts
  • Truly Endless Silicone Belts for Inkjet labeling equipment
  • Food Processing
  • Packaging (Side Sealing, Bottom Sealing, Form Fill and Seal)

Our high temperature conveyor belts are used in many different applications that have operating temperatures from -100F to +500F.  Whether you are looking for an aggressive cover with high grip properties or a super smooth material with excellent release,  ACE BELTING can help you find the right material. Contact us today to get more information and a price on a high temperature conveyor belt to meet your conveyor belting requirements.

A Leading Supplier Of High Temperature Conveyor Belts To The Eastern United States

Ace Belting is a leading provider of high temperature and high heat conveyor belts to clients on the east coast including New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Florida, Georgia, Virginia, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland & Pennsylvania.

About High Temperature Belts

High temperature conveyor belts are usually made by mixing rubber with high temperature resistant materials such as EP or PTFE. They typically have a cotton, canvas or EP core with an ethylene-propylene rubber syrene butadiene or PTFE coating that offers good heat resistance. They are used in the steel, coking, cement industries as well as other industrial applications where heat resistance is needed.

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