Conveyor Belts

When seeking the right type of conveyor belt for your application our specialists in Alpha Rubber are always available to give you advice. Consistent quality criteria are rigorously followed in all the phases. Cleats and profiles for conveyor belts are also supplied, as we have our own production of rubber materials, special compounds can be developed for customers with specific requirements.

These products are noted for their safety and long life and sold throughout the GCC.

Belt Widths

400, 500, 650, 800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800, 2000. Anglo-Saxon and other widths on request.

Belt constructions: Various tensile strengths from EP 250 N/mm to EP 3150 N/mm are available.


Types

With regard to the application there are four types of conveyor belts available

  • K Type: Flame resistant with rubber cover according to DIN EN ISO 340:2007 and antistatic according to DIN EN ISO 284:2004
  • K-MOR Type: Medium resistant to oil and grease, flame resistant with rubber cover according to DIN EN ISO 340:2007 and antistatic according to DIN EN ISO 284:2004
  • S Type: Flame resistant with and without rubber cover according to DIN EN ISO 340:2007 and antistatic according to DIN EN ISO 284:2004
  • S-MOR Type: Medium resistant to oil and grease, flame resistant with and without rubber cover according to DIN EN ISO 340:2007 and antistatic according to DIN EN ISO 284:2004

Oil and Grease Resistant

All conveyor belts are antistatic according to DIN EN ISO 284:2004. Oil resistance depends on the construction of the belt and these belts are available in different constructions from smooth belts, supergrip, finegrip, noppen or chevron belts.

Heat Resistant

Hot transported material can very easily damage the conveyor belt. To prevent possible damages, heat resistant belts are supplied that correspond to different temperature conditions. Short time peaks in temperature of material possible up to 400°C.

RIP Check

Conveying bulk solids can sometimes cause difficulties; sharp-edged, large pieces of undefined shapes, unfavorable feeding conditions, material pile-ups could result in longitudinal cuts or punctures in the belt. The development of a RIPCHECK conveyor belt with an additional impact-resistant breaker installed above the carcass is the solution for these problems.

Elevator

ELEVATOR conveyor belts are designed for application in all areas of the belted - type elevators. Due to their carcass construction they are known as an “endurance runner” and have proven to be reliable conveyor belts with a long service life. ELEVATOR conveyor belts are the best solution from the technical and cost-efficiency point of view.

Sliding

For technical reasons, a rotating supporting roller cannot be installed in certain types of conveyors; therefore, a belt requires a so-called sliding table to operate. Such operation does not allow the bottom surface of the belt to be coated with rubber, as this would increase friction between the base and the belt. These special sliding conveyor belts where friction is decreased to a minimum can be used for such applications.


PIPETYPE

The Pipetype is suitable for use in tougher conditions and requires application of special tubular-type conveyors. Due to its special carcass construction the belt runs like a tube which opens only when loaded and unloaded. The system remains closed and dust-tight even when bulk solids are conveyed in horizontal or vertical curves.

PIPETYPE conveyor belts are suitable for

  • Cement and concrete plants
  • Heating stations, power stations, garbage incinerating plants
  • REA - or gypsum plants
  • Lime industry
  • Tunnel construction
  • Conveying dusty and fine-grained material
  • Material of lower density and environmentally hazardous material
  • Silo conveyors
  • Conveyors crossing roads (bridge conveyors)

Chevron

CHEVRON belts are the right belts to meet your requirements when higher angles of inclination are required.


Supergrip

When conveying material in horizontal and especially ascending direction, the material could slip off the smooth conveyor belt. A solution to this problem, a special rubber coating with a high friction ability and a special surface design both prevent the material from slipping off the conveyor belt.Super Grip conveyor belts are particularly suitable for conveying at high angles and/or in wet and humid conditions. Due to its better cleaning ability conveyor belts are especially used where dust, fine-grained material and spills could affect the tread-pattern. Other design is more suitable when very light and rolling material is conveyed. They are noted for a smooth return run and good cleaning ability.