Belt Edge

Roshan Belts are manufactured with various edges

Welded edges

This is the most comon belt edges used in processing industries.viz Biscuits,confectionary, annealing plant where there is normal load on the conveyor.


Used in Quenching, Frying

Bent edges

This Spiral coil edges are bent over the cross rod to give more flexibility and strength to the belt.


Used in Quenching, Frying

Chain Edges

he edges of this belt is provided with rationally pitched chain at both sides, bolted or welded with reinforced rod provided through the belt. Chain Link belt are used where there is tracking problem due to greasy and oily substance or if the load is to be carried in opposite direction to that of gravity This belt are also called as “Track Free” conveyor.


Used in Quenching, Frying

Honey Com Weave

Enrober Weave

Laminated Belt or R-Omni flex

Closed Pitch OR CB-5

Woven Wire Metal Mesh Belts

Belt with rod & chain arrangement

Flat Wire Belts Chain Driven Belts

Belt Specifications

Wire conveyor belts are specified by :

The number of spiral coils per foot of belt width (A) The number of cross members per foot of belt length (B) Diameter of spiral coil wires (C) Diameter of cross rod wires (D)

Belt Selection and Operation :

Selection of the correct belt for elevated temperature application is as complicated as it is important. The selection process includes Alloy selection, Contaminants considerations, Temperature considerations, Mesh selection, Consideration of the conveyor. Each of these factors is interrelated, so no one item can be assessed by itself.

Once the belt is selected, belt life and performance maximization are the goals. Factors affecting belt life and performance under operating conditions include Installation and break-in procedures, Carburization, Conveyor alignment and condition, Nitriding, Loads and load concentrations, Preferential Oxidation, Operational conditions, Contaminants, Mechanical damage. Some of these factors are inherent in the process, and at best, can only be minimally controller. Others are highly controllable.

Typical Composition For Standard Belt Material & their Maximum Operating Temperature
Designation Chromium Nickel Iron Carbon Silicon | Manganese
Other Elements Maximum Operating Temp.
HC Steel
AISI 410
.15 Max
.15.30             .60.90
1.00 Max         1.00 Max
AISI 430 14.00-18.00 - Bal .12 Max 1.00 Max         1.00 Max - 710°C
AISI 304
Bal Bal .08 max
.08 Max
1.00 Max          2.00 Max
1.00 Max          2.00 Max
AISI 316 16.00-18.00 10.00-14.00 Bal .08 Max 1.00 Max           2.00 Max Mo 2.00-3.00 800°C
AISI 316 L 16.00-18.00 10.00-14.00 Bal .03 Max 1.00 Max           2.00 Max Mo 2.00-3.00 800°C
AISI 321 17.00-19.00 9.00-12.00 Bal .08 Max 1.00 Max           2.00 Max Ti 5* C Min 800°C
AISI 310 24.00-26.00 19.00-22.00 Bal .25 Max 1.50 Max           2.00 Max - 1020°C
AISI 310s 24.00-26.00 19.00-22.00 Bal .08 Max 1.50 Max           2.00 Max - 1020°C
Inconel 600 14.00-17.00 72.00-Min6.10 Bal .15 Max 0.50 Max           1.00 Max Cu50Max 1150°C
Ni. Chrome 19.00-21.00 77.00-79.00 Bal 1.00 Max 0.75-1.50 Max           2.50 Max - 1150°C

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