Textbind single unit
Textbind double unit
- Texbind belts have been originally designed as an universal mining conveyor belting to provide maximum flexibility together with high resistance.
- Now, Texbind are available as profitable alternative of EP multiply conveyor belts in case of heavy applications where impacts with big-sized materials are present.
- Texbind is composed of a single ply carcass which provides the mechanical characteristics of the belt, protected by two rubber covers which define the typology of use of the belt.
- In case of extreme applications where high tensions in the textile carcass add to heavy and hard working conditions, with big lump materials falling on the belt surface from considerable heights, a special version with two textile layers is available; with this construction the already superior resistance against impacts, typical of the straight warp construction, is multiplied for a factor higher than 2, thanks to the perfect synergy guaranteed by the intermediate rubber layer specifically designed to distribute the impact energy between the two layers.
- Rubber covers are tipically wear resistant or selfextinguishing; however, also oil proof and heat resistant realizations are available, on request.
- High impact, tear and cutting resistance thanks to its special double reinforced weft
- Superior longitudinal flexibility that allows smaller pulleys
- Very low permanent elongation guaranteed by straight warp construction
- High efficiency with mechanical jointing
Straight Warp Construction
- The EpP weaving has been introduced for rubber conveyor belts in order to overcome the limitations of standard EP multiply belts of medium-high style: high elongation, weak weft resistance for heavy applications, high thickness with consequent belt stiffness and possibility of ply separation.
- In fact, the straight warp allows to reduce elongation as no weave in the filament is present, the double weft allows to highly improve the fabric resistance against impacts and tears; moreover, the monoply construction makes the belt carcass thinner and deletes any possible ply separation.