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Conveyor belts for Transhipment
Conveyors remain the most effective method of on-site cargo transportation but their reliability is a critical factor in both productivity and cost management. Making repairs to belts and having to replace them more frequently than should be necessary due to wear and damage involves an enormous cost – both in terms of visible (invoiced) cost and the ‘invisible’ cost of lost productivity. At Dunlop, our whole ethos is to manufacture and supply belts that will provide the maximum operational life and significantly reduce the amount of money that our customers spend each year on conveyor belts. It is a philosophy that makes us very different from our competitors.
Belts for specific needs
Conveyor belts have to cope with materials that can wear belt surfaces very quickly through their abrasive action. There are also cargos that can seriously damage the very structure of a belt in other ways such as the distortion caused by oil in products such as biomass and grain. Yet another cause for concern is the fact that a belt can be destroyed in the blink of an eye by foreign objects hidden in the cargo becoming trapped. And above all else, there are Important safety issues such as fire and the risk of explosion to be considered. Fortunately, at Dunlop, we supply a superb range of belt types and cover grades that have been engineered not only to meet these challenges but also to exceed all expectations. For more information about hi-performance rubber belting for the transshipment industry please select from the choices below:
Belts commonly used in Transshipment:
Superfort, Ultra X, UsFlex, Ferroflex, Profiled Belting, Slider Belting
Cover grades recommended for this industry:
AA, RA, RE, RS, ROS, ROM, BV K/S, BVA K/S, V/T, BVM K/S, BVR K/S
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Dunlop Superfort ‘long life’ multi-ply conveyor belts have a long history of outstanding reliability and durability.
In some applications, especially primary and secondary crushers, even the strongest and heaviest conventional belts can be ripped or torn by large lumps of heavy, sharp objects, either falling from a height or becoming trapped. In extreme cases, belts can be destroyed within a matter of weeks or months.
Dunlop Ferroflex has a tension layer composed of longitudinal steel cords through which power transmission is effected.
Application areas There are two chevron height sizes to choose from – 16mm (low chevron)…
The worldwide Fenner Dunlop Group has more than 40 years of experience in producing top quality steelcord belting.
CARCASS CONSTRUCTION EP fabric plies (SUPERFORT or DUNLOFLEX), strong, low elongation. AVAILABILITY Rufftop is available…
Dunlop Multiprof is a multi-purpose profiled belt for inclined conveying that has been developed specifically for transporting packaged goods such as boxes, bags, and baggage as well as bulk materials including agricultural products, oily materials, woodchips and wet sand.
CARCASS CONSTRUCTION The Rigitra carcass consists of at least two plies of wholly synthetic Polyester-Nylon…
The rubber used in these belts can be non-staining and has been formulated by Dunlop…
These can be as much as 50% higher efficiency compared to conventional conveyors. Pipe conveyors often provide the most efficient solution in locations where there are environmental, safety or space limitations and are used to convey a broad spectrum of materials in many different industries ranging from chemicals to power plants.
Dunlop Ultima premier grade rubber sheeting is specifically designed to provide outstanding durability across a wide range of industrial uses. Unlike almost all other industrial rubber sheeting, it is exclusively manufactured in our production facilities here in the Netherlands.
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