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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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On display were a wide range of metal conveyor belting along with their latest innovation CompactGrid [TM], which is engineered specifically to handle smaller, delicate products, while giving you a lighter weight, open mesh belt design that can outperform many competitive offerings, along with a range of other metal conveyor belting.
Wire Belt Company has proudly maintained a reputation for developing customized belting solutions to meet the automated processing needs of different industries for over 45 years.
5 metre wide beltings handling bread roll products and indeed the company supplies one of the foremost chocolate enrober equipment manufacturers with a 1830 mm wide enrober band for what is probably the world's largest chocolate enrober.
A range of custom built conveyors, all stainless steel construction, accommodating Flat-Flex beltings can be produced to exact requirements.
The Wire Belt Co's Flat-Flex belting is a unique design of woven wire belting that is positively driven by sprockets within the wire mesh, so giving the system an advantage over other types of wire belting.
Such belting can be in drying, washing, coating, cooking, cooling and inspection equipment, while products are on the move.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber hose and/or plastics (reinforced) hose and belting from natural and synthetic rubber and/or plastics resins.