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What Are The Internal Structures Of The Conveyor Belt?

Jul 16, 2019

What are the internal structures of the conveyor belt?


   Conveyor belts have a wide range of applications in the production of enterprises. Different types of conveyor belts have different application scenarios, and their internal structures also have certain differences.

1, plain structure

     The plain weave structure is a traditional structural form of a canvas-like core, characterized by a lower interlacing of the warp and weft, a lot of intersections, and a structural weave (or weaving). Weaving waves increase the elastic elongation of the canvas core, which is advantageous for the longitudinal flexing and lateral groove formation of the conveyor belt, but is disadvantageous for fiber strength utilization. The plain weave structure is used in a large amount of canvas core weaving processing, and has a wide application range.

2, cord structure

     Compared with the plain structure, the cord structure has a high warp strength and a small woven wave. The conveyor belt produced by the belt has good straightness, small elongation and resistance to bending fatigue, and is mostly used for manufacturing a jointless endless belt with a short center-to-center distance. The structural core has poor lateral tear resistance and poor dimensional stability.

3, diameter structure

     The diameter structure consists of three parts: main warp, weft and braided warp. The warp and weft threads are not interlaced up and down, and the warp threads are used to fix the main warp and weft. The biggest feature of this structure is that the core has high strength, small elongation and impact tear resistance, and is suitable for manufacturing single-layer core tape and double-layer core tape.

4, the overall weaving

     The overall weave is multi-layered and interwoven, and the structure can be divided into three parts: warp, weft and stack. The latitude is mostly 3-5 layers and is flat. The warp threads are interlaced with upper and lower diagonal lines, and the stacking lines are cotton threads attached to the surface of the core. The structure is characterized by high density and loose structure, and can produce a heavy-duty core with large thickness and high strength. The overall woven structure has a strong integrity, resistance to impact and tear, and high mechanical joint strength.