CONVYEOR BELTING
Hindustan All Nylon Fabric Conveyor Belting mmets high performance specifications owing to its integrated construction. It's flexibility allows it to be used for practically every application in thhe transportation of bulk materials. However large the quantity, Hindustan All-Nylon Fabric Conveyor belting is able to achieve higher speeds over long distances than pother belting systems. All-Nylon Hindustan belting has a longer life and better performance in terms of cost per tonne of material conveyed.

Some more Information about Conveyor Belts.

Constructional Features
Converyor Belting Range
Belt Widths
Cover Grades
Hindustan All Nylon Nomenclature

Constructional Features

Higher Tensile Strength
Te High breaking strength of HINDUSTAN All-Nylon Fabric Belts has enabled major rationalisation of the traditional cotton/ cotton belt range to be achieved. Thus two piles euqal the sterngth of five piles of cotton fabric.

Higher Adhesion
The adhesion of HINDUSTAN Nylon Bletingis nearly double than that of cotton reinforced beltingdue to the chemical bonding between cover to ply and ply to ply.

Complete rot resistance
Eliminates problem of fabric deteriotation where wet material is being conveyed.

Reduced Belt Weight
HINDUSTAN Nylon Belting is easier to handle as it is comparitively lighter than the equivalent all-cotton belts due to reduced number of plies and their lower weights.

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Hindustan Conveyor Belting Range

Hindustan Conveyor Belts are manufactured in diferent constructions as enumerated:

Straight Ply Construction
This consist of straight laid piles extending across the width of the belt

Stepped Ply Construction

This consist of an additioonal rubber cushioning in the centre of the belt. A gap is left in first ply (1 step) or in the first and second plies(2 steps) on carrying side and taht gap is filled with extra rubber cover to iimprove transverse flexibility.

Reverse Stepped Ply Construction
This is just the reverse of one stepped ply construction. Ply gap remains on the side and is filled with extra rubber where more flexibility is required on edges. Such belt has been designed for submerged ash handling installations in boliler plants, that operates under water in a quenching trough. The thickness of rubber cover on the back (i.e bottom) is kept at 3.0/5.0 mm and on face (i.e top) at 1.5/2.0 mm for such type pof belt. The reason being that thebelt is dragged along the bottom of the quenching trough due to which the wear and tear on the bottom of the belt is higher than the top.
The belt is offered in cotton fabric 32 oz. duck in 'Heat Resistant' and 'H-Tex' covergrades in 4/2, 5/3, 6/4 reversed stepped plies.

Braker Ply Construction
This consist of 'leno weave' braker that is laid over the carcass with cords running transversely across the belt to provide protection against longitudinal impact breaks and may be inclined in the top and or in the botttom covers. The breaker fabric are also used in pairs where they are laid on opposing 45° angles for extra severe impact protection. The proceed breaker adds about 1 mm to the belt thickness.

Skim-Coated Plies
Piles may be skim quoted where service conditions are severe. An extra thickness if rubber coating may be inserted between the plies for impovin inter-ply additions and or heat impact cushioning.

Edge Construction
HINDUSTAN All Cotton Conveyor Belting is supplied in moduled edges to protect against edge wearing and prevent ingress of moisture, while all nylon conveyor belting can be supplied both in cut edges as well as in moduled edges. However, H.I.C. recommends a cut-edge construction due to complete rot resitance of the all nylon belting.

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Belting Widths
From 150 mm to 1500 mm as per IS:1891 (LATEST) in open or endless length as per customer's requirements.

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