Oil Resistant Conveyor Belts
When you need to move materials rich in fats and oils, UKRB oil-resistant conveyor belts with a textile insertion are specifically designed for this purpose – the belts have a high resistance to atmospheric conditions and friction. The carcass is manufactured from polyamide/polyester (EP) or coated/dipped polyester (EE).
If you wish to purchase this kind of belt, you will be required to specify the type and composition of the oil, together with the details of the temperature conditions and previously used belts – this information helps us to recommend the most suitable product.
Our oil-resistant belts are available in a number of versions:
- MOR – this anti-static and medium oil-resistant belt has an operating temperature of between -30ºC and +70ºC.
- G – an anti-static and good oil-resistant belt that has an operating temperature of between -30ºC and +80ºC.
- ROS – an excellent anti-static and animal/mineral oil-resistant belt, with an operating temperature of between -30ºC and +100ºC.
Ideal for use in concrete plants, waste sorting and compost machines, recycling and mineral processing plants, the metal processing industry, timber industry, scrap recycling, sewage sludge conveying, corn and soilage conveying, and the paper industry.
COVER GRADE OPTIONS
|DIN quality||Tensile strength||Elongation at break||Abrasion loss||Base* polymer||Technical features|
|MOR||150||350||200||NBR/SBR||Medium oil resistant conveyor belt. Works in temperatures from -30 to 70˚C.|
|G||150||350||200||NBR/SBR||Good oil resistant conveyor belt. Works in temperatures from -30 to 80˚C. Excellent mineral oil and fat resistant|
|ROS||150||350||150||NBR/SBR||Excellent mineral oil and fat resistant conveyor belt for extreme working conditions.Works in temperatures from -30 to100˚C.|
*The base polymers in the table refer to the covers of the conveyor belt only. For further details on how to make the carcass oil resistant please contact us.
RESISTANCE TO OILS IN STANDARD TESTS
|GRADE||ASTM#1 OIL ∆V, max, (%)||ASTM#3 OIL ∆V, max, (%)|
*) refers to testing method which involves exposure for 70 hours at 100˚C
**) refers to testing method which involves exposure for 70 hours at 70˚C
∆V refers to the volume variation