Flat woven endless belts
are used on a wide variety of equipment for many different applications and specific end uses. Their uses vary from extremely sensitive drive applications, such as instrumentation, recording devices and sensitive weigh-pan conveying applications, to light and medium duty uses, such as currency and check transports, film transports, paper handling and vacuum transporting sections of business and office machinery, all the way up to high speed grinding, spindle drives, wire drawing applications, woodworking equipment and textile machinery drives. The variety of possible applications require an extremely wide range of specific physical properties that will enable each belt to perform its task continuously, with good reliability throughout its life.
Flat woven endless belts combine many desired features, such as a good strength/ thickness ratio, adaptability to a wide range of speeds (from slow moving conveying to the driving of grinding spindles up to 100,000 RPM), quiet vibration-free operation; truly endless construction (no joints or seams to inhibit flex life), excellent dimensional stability and uniformity throughout their length, and maximize efficiency because the pitch line of the belt is close to the surface being driven.