Flat Belts

Materials and Features

ZZR provides flat belts such as power transmission flat belts, machine tapes, folder gluer flat belts and spindle tapes. ZZR flat belts are tailor-made to suit specific application needs, industry and machine designs. There are three main traction layer materials, used by three different belt concepts, for double-sided power transmission, tangential drive, open drive, multiple pulley drive, live-roller drive. 

 

Tractions layers include Polyamide, Polyester and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU):

 

Polyamide Layers are well known for its reliability and long belt life. Robust and highly resilient, copes with intermittent overload and high temperatures. The adhesive-based Thermofix joining method is available. 

Polyester Layers are low energy consumption, highly flexible, simple to join, reliable performance. The Flexproof and/or Quickmelt adhesive-free joining methods are available.

Polyester and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Layers are known for their extremely high wear resistance, excellent tear strength, high elasticity, great low temperature performance. The Flexproof and/or Quickmelt adhesive-free joining methods are available.

Applications and Industries

Spindle Tapes are developed for your specific application requirements in paper manufacturing and processing, yarn processing.

Machine Tapes are developed for your specific application requirements in letter sorting, paper manufacturing and processing, paper printing and finishing, secondary packaging.

Folder-Gluer Belts are developed for your specific application requirements in cardboard converting, paper manufacturing and processing.

Processing Belts are developed for your specific application requirements in industrial automation, cardboard converting, paper manufacturing and processing, paper printing and finishing, secondary packaging

Power Transmission Flat Belts are customized to two main industry needs: 

1.      Textile industry (yarn processing, cards, draw frames, roving frames, ring spinning frames, OE machines, twisting machines, texturing machines, winders, overhead cleaners)

 2.      Paper and postal industry (calenders, paper mills, pulpers, slitters, web feeders, folders, finishing machines, converting lines, letter sorters)