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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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Blue food grade conveyor belting is popular in food processing plants because of its color.
Belting begins by demarcating the territory of con temporary art from that of modernism, focusing not so much on the character of the art as its place within certain structures of making, exhibiting, and interpreting.
End-of-belt and standalone parts separators can be provided with special diamondback belting, which allows steep incline, cleatless conveying up to 45[degrees] or greater.
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 .
Demand of light weight belting in 1995 is expected to surpass the mark set in 1994 by 4%, with annual long term growth of 3% expected through the year 2000.
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.