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Upgrade your conveyor system with high-quality conveyor belts from Rubberline Products Ltd. Our extensive inventory includes a wide range of conveyor belts, from light and heavy weight to incline, package handling, monofilament, and plastic modular. Contact us or visit one of our 5 locations across Ontario, Canada to find the perfect solution for your project needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Conveyor belts can be made of various materials, including rubber, PVC, polyurethane, polyester, nylon, and metal.
Lightweight conveyor belts are designed for applications where a thin, flexible belt is required, such as in packaging and food processing. Heavyweight conveyor belts are designed for bulk materials handling applications, such as in mining and construction.
The width and length of a conveyor belt depend on the size and weight of the material being transported, as well as the layout and dimensions of the conveyor system. It is recommended to consult with a conveyor belt specialist to determine the appropriate size for your specific application.
An incline conveyor belt is designed to transport materials at an incline or decline, rather than on a flat surface. Incline conveyor belts are typically used in applications where materials need to be elevated to a higher level or lowered to a lower level.
A monofilament conveyor belt is made of single strands of synthetic fibers woven together to create a strong and durable belt. These belts are typically used in applications where a high degree of flexibility is required, such as in the paper and textile industries.
A plastic modular conveyor belt is made of interlocking plastic modules that are assembled to create a continuous belt. These belts are ideal for applications where cleanliness is important, such as in food processing and pharmaceutical industries.
Regular maintenance is key to extending the life of your conveyor belt. This includes inspecting the belt for wear and tear, keeping the belt clean and free of debris, and ensuring proper tension and alignment.
Yes, conveyor belts can be customized to meet specific application requirements, such as with specialized coatings, reinforcements, and cleats. It is recommended to consult with a conveyor belt specialist to discuss custom options for your specific application.