The pattern conveyor belt is composed of the belt body and the pattern part. Due to the different materials to be transported and the size of the conveyor inclination, the shape and height (depth) of the pattern are also different. The commonly used pattern conveyor belt varieties are as follows:
Features: There are stripe patterns on the belt surface that are higher than the belt body. The patterns are divided into three types: high, medium and low.
Uses: Suitable for horizontal conveying package with an inclination angle of ≤30 degrees. If the groove is formed, it can replace the chevron pattern.
Features: There are 'herringbone' patterns on the belt surface, which can be open or closed. Each pattern can be divided into three types: high, medium and low.
Uses: It is suitable for conveying powder, granules and small pieces of materials with an inclination angle of ≤40 degrees, and also can transport bagged materials.
Features: There is a semi-fan (or 1/4 round) pattern on the belt surface. When the tape is grooved, the patterns are combined into a fan shape (or semicircle), which belongs to the high pattern category.
Uses: It is suitable for conveying powder, granules and bulk materials with a large inclination of ≤60 degrees.
Features: There are granular patterns on the belt surface that are higher than the belt body or concavely embedded in the belt body, and the pits can also be made into square holes, prisms and cloth patterns.
Uses: Convex grain pattern conveyor belt is suitable for flexible packaging or materials that need to be gripped (such as cardboard boxes) or non-slip transportation. The pit-shaped granular pattern conveyor belt is suitable for conveying granular objects with an inclination angle of ≤45 degrees.