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Transback Endless Belt Backings

Transback Endless Belt Backings

No overlap joint delamination, no adhesive layer to be attacked or degraded, no compromise on food quality or medical applications

Material Backed belts – Description Abrasion
Resist
Coefficient
of friction
Temp
Range
Stress
Rating
This 95% natural rubber has outstanding resilience and remarkable cut and tear resistance. Excellent wet abrasion resistance. 5 0.7 +70°C
– 40°C
MSM
Reinforced natural and synthetic rubber with superior strength and resilience for severe abrasion resistance. Low compression set and high elasticity. 6 0.7 +70°C
– 40°C
HSM
Heavy duty reinforced natural and synthetic rubber mix with superior strength and resilience for severe abrasion resistance. Low compression set and high elasticity. 7 0.4 +80°C
– 30°C
HSM
White nitrile rubber suitable for most food and medical use including fatty foods. FDA Approved. Good heat aging resistance. 5 0.6 +80°C
– 60°C
MSM
This Synthetic rubber has outstanding resilience and remarkable cut and tear resistance. Excellent wet abrasion resistance. 5 0.7 +70°C
– 40°C
MSM
Reinforced natural and synthetic rubber with superior strength and resilience for severe abrasion resistance. Low compression set and high elasticity 7 0.7 +70°C
– 40°C
HSM
Silicon rubber with good release, wear/abrasion and temperature resistance (+200°C) properties. Non-toxic food and medical quality to FDA 177.2600. 7 0.4 +200°C
– 40°C
HSM
Silicon rubber with good release, wear/abrasion and temperature resistance (+200°C) properties. Non-toxic food and medical quality to FDA 177.2600. 7 0.4 +200°C
– 30°C
HSM
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