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Teflon Fusing Machine Belt with Rivet

 

 

Teflon Fusing Machine Belt with Rivet works as a perfect releasing and conveying belt for Fusing Machine. It can resist high temperatures and has a nonstick surface.

What is Teflon Fusing Machine Belt?

Teflon Fusing Machine Belt is made of PTFE Endless Belt.

Since the basic construction of woven glass fiber fabric is endless itself, so the belt is seamless without any joint.

What does Teflon Fusing Machine Belt work for?

It works as an ideal feeding or transporting belt for Fusing Machine.

Since the fusing machine has a unique upper and lowers heating system, so each Fusing Machine has to prepare two pieces of  Teflon Fusing Machine Belt.

Normally the upper belt is smaller than the lower one.

Why do we need Rivets?

rivet

The rivet, one of the most ancient yet reliable fasteners to help permanently secure belt conveyor traces is not only strong but also very lightweight.

Normally we install rivets on Fusing Machine Belts with Edge Protection( Kevlar or PTFE Coated Glassfiber Fabrics) for higher strength.

Punch the belt with a hole early and then insert the head into the holes, and it holds together with the opposite end deformed to screw in place.

The Advantages of Fusing Machine Belt.

1. Light Weight, Low Energy Consumption

Esone chooses lightweight material to make the belt, so it has the ability to reduce weight on side panels for easier maintenance and lower minimum energy consumption

2. High-Temperature Resistant

All fusing machines manufacturers insert heating elements, the working temperature ranges from 0~300 degrees which vary depending on the fusing fabrics. Fusing Machine Belts can resist temperatures up to 360 degrees, high enough to cover the fusing temperature.

3. High Strength

Fusing Machine is designed to continuously work, additionally, the belts are pressure-evenly distributed across its whole surface at high speeds; this requires a belt with higher strengths

4. Antistatic Surface

The conveyor belt moves through the atmosphere generating electrostatic charges. If this build-up, fuse fabrics being into a heat treating zone will tend to repel each other and move about upon it pile-up with light products stuck on top as well! That’s why we add carbon here; an electrically conductive material for our antistatic purposes

 

 

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