Chevron conveyor belts are designed that provides excellent grip and prevents slippage during the transportation of heavy materials. The chevron pattern can vary in height and angle, depending on the specific needs of the application.
There are two common types of chevron conveyor belt patterns:
Open V type: The open V type chevron pattern making it suitable for transporting lighter materials with a tendency to slip, such as wood chips or fine gravel.
Technical data specifications for chevron conveyor belts
Suitable for handling bulk materials or bags upto 40 degree C, slip resistant and big conveying capacity.
Chevron Pattern: Open V type, Closed V type, L Type, H Type, U type
Chevron conveyor belts come in various widths, ranging from 400mm to 2200mm.
The thickness of the belt can range from 4 to 30mm, depending on the application.
The height of the chevron pattern can range from 5 to 32mm, depending on the angle and spacing of the pattern. The biggest conveying angle can reach 28 degree; when conveying soft packaging materials are applied, maximum 35 degree angle can be reached.
The tensile strength of the chevron conveyor belt can range from 15 to 24 Mpa OR 150 to 240 Kg/cm2.
The operating temperature of the chevron conveyor belt can range from -25°C to +80°C.
Chevron conveyor belts are designed to be highly resistant to abrasion, making them suitable for transporting heavy materials over long distances.
The belt material can vary depending on the application, with common materials including polyester, nylon, and steel cord.
Closed V type: The closed V type chevron pattern, making it suitable for transporting heavier materials to slide, such as sand or coal.
The choice of chevron pattern type depends on the material being transported and the angle of incline of the conveyor. Different industries may have for the chevron pattern type and height to ensure maximum efficiency and safety during material transport.