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150c/ 180c Heat Resistant Rubber Conveyor Belt
Jan 27, 2017

150c/ 180c Heat Resistant Rubber Conveyor Belt

Rubber heat resistant conveyor belt Product Description

150C/ 180C Rubber heat resistant conveyor belt

Product Description
Hot transported material can very easily damage the conveyor belt. In order to prevent possible damages, we has developed three types of belts that correspond to different temperature conditions. As regards the temperature during use, these three types of conveyor belts complement our offer of multi-ply conveyor belts.

The construction of  Rubber heat resistant conveyor belt:

 - two- or multi-ply EP carcass (warp polyester + weft polyamide)


 - rugged intermediate layer (skimmed layer)

 - special heat resistant cover quality

With regard to the application and heat resistance properties there are three types of conveyor belts available: 

 - T1 type - *range of temperature up to 120°C

 - T2 type - *range of temperature from 125° to 150°C

 - T3 type - *range of temperature from 150 to 210°C


*depends on the ambient temperature, grain size and contact duration

Rubber heat resistant conveyor belt are basically used in conveyors transporting hot goods (material) such as:

- foundry sand

 - clinker and discharge conveyors to rotating furnace

 - drying plants

 - reaction plants

 - ash and slag conveyors

 - cooling lines


Rubber heat resistant conveyor belt can be applied in the following areas:

 - cement plants

 - heating stations, thermal stations, garbage incineration plants

 - chemical industry

 - steelworks, metal foundries, metal processing industry, reclamation of scrap

 - at your plant


- resistant to ambient temperature and temperature of the conveyed goods

 - limited and minimised cover ageing

 - high adhesion strength

 - high cost-efficiency due to low maintenance and operational expenses

 - low cost endless splicing by hot curing, cold treatment or mechanical clamping

 - low elongation at reference load

 - manufacture according to DIN 22102

 - improved weathering and rotting resistance

 - moulded rubber edge

Cover Layer Physical Properties After Thermal Aging Test







                   Changing scope


Differences of before and after aging test





Max. after aging test





Tensile strength

 Properties changing rate reducing





Min. after aging test




Elongation    at breaking

Changing rate of properties





Min. after aging test





Note: Aging test (100°Cx168h, 125°Cx168h, 150°Cx168h)