Our webs are constructed with rubber traction belts. These traction belts are available in different types and sizes, thus allowing us to create a wide range of types of sieve webs. On the next pages you can find a description of the different types. Our traction belts are always of the quality EP1000/3. This means that they have 3 layers, consisting of polyester fibres in the length and nylon fibres in the warp. The breaking strength is 1000kg. per cm belt width.
The rubber belts out of which we cut our traction belts are designed and produced specially to meet our demands.The rubber of these belts is of a wear and weather resistant quality. This makes our webs very suitable for applications in harvesters and washing installations for vegetables and fruit. The hardness of the rubber is ± 65° shore A.
Because we profile and cut our traction belts in our own factory, we can be flexible with regards, to the standard pitches and widths.
These traction belts are available in most pitches. Sieve webs with these belts can be driven with sprockets types S, M, G, Z, RR
Webs with these belts can be driven by sprockets types N and G.
This type resembles type N, but the cams are 3mm higher.
These belts have the same features as the belts type S, but with extra rubber protection cams on the top side.
These belts have the same features as type N, but have the same protection cams as type DS.
These belts have the same features as type HN, but have the same protection cams as type DS.
The traction belts of type XN are the same as type N but stronger. These belts have a total breaking strength of 1250Kg. per cm belt width.
The traction belts of type DXN are the same as type DN but stronger. These belts have a total breaking strength of 1250Kg. per cm belt width
With these traction belts the drive pitch is different from the rod pitch