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belting

[′bel·tiŋ]
(materials)
A sturdy fabric, usually of cotton, used in belts.
A heavy leather, made from hides of cattle, used in power transmission belts. Also known as belting leather.
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Only Wire Belt, with its creative, and customer focused, Engineering and Development team could introduce a new generation of Stainless Steel wire conveyor belting, setting a new standard in the industry; "If raising the bar was easy .
We study the application and then recommend the belting best suited for each application," he comments.
IN HIS 1990 LIKENESS AND PRESENCE, Hans Belting offered a magisterial narrative of the social, political, and religious contexts of imagemaking in late antiquity and the Middle Ages while adamantly refusing to view the creations of that time through the conceptual lenses of artistic autonomy, individual expression, and historical progress that developed only later.
Companies covers under Light Duty Conveyor Belt are Habasit, Ammeraal Beltech, Forbo-Siegling, Sampla, Intralox, Volta Belting, Derco, Veyance Technologies (Continental AG), Esbelt, Bando, Mitsuboshi, Nitta, MARTENS, CHIORINO, Sparks, YongLi, Wuxi Shun Sheng, Beltar, LIAN DA, Jiangyin TianGuang and Shanghai Beiwen.
Also available are heavy-duty aluminum conveyors, which include options such as adjustable side rails, parts diverters, enclosures, sweep arms, specialized belting materials, discharge chutes and hoppers.
The committee expects the trends of the past two years to continue, with increased light weight belting demand from the food processing and package handling industries, and steady consumption of heavy weight belt from the heavy construction and mining sectors," the RMA said.
End-of-belt and standalone parts separators can be provided with special diamond-back belting, which allows steep incline, cleatless conveying up to 45° or greater.
The light-weight belting market sill see an annual, compounded growth rate of approximately 2.