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Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Belt / Chain Conveyor Belt

Product Description

Product Name Conveyor Belt 
Structure  Mesh-Blet
Certifications  ISO 9001: 2008, GB/T19001-2000IDT, Test Report
Work Temp  -40Celsius ~ 90Celsius
Material Feature  Heat Resistant
Material  Stainless Steel, SS304/SS201/carbon steel
Voltage  220V 380V
Surface Treatment  Galvanized, 3% chromium plate, manganese plated
Application  Frozen Food Machinery, Canned Food Machinery, Seafood Machinery, Powder Metallurgy Machinery
 Heat Treatment Machinery, Glass Machinery, Chemical Machinery, General Conveying Machinery, etc.

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Chain-Driven Metal Mesh Belts

Chain-driven metal mesh belts should be considered whenever timing, transfer, and/or positive belt drive are important … in cases such as travel-up inclines, under heavy loads, for long distances, through quenching liquids, cooking oils, or other slippery conditions.

Chain-driven belts are also the only belts that are self-supporting. They can provide efficient operation in applications where friction-driven belts would not be desirable. Any mesh can be used in a chain-driven construction, but the selection is made on the basis of what is needed to support the product.

Balanced weave should be given first consideration, as it is economical and appropriate for most conditions. Gratex weave provides a closer mesh, while a Duplex weave is a close mesh that also provides strength and a straight-through opening. A conventional weave provides unobstructed openings.

Typical Applications

In food processing, chain-driven belts are used in washing, drying, cooking, freezing, dewatering, and blanching operations. In other applications, metals, electronic parts, chemicals, ceramics, leather, lumber, textiles, rubber, and many other products are moved through a host of processes where the positive drive is needed.

Chain Selection

Chains are normally selected according to the strength and speed required. The most frequently used types of chain for metal mesh conveyors are roller chain, employed for most room-to-medium temperature applications, and pintle chain which is recommended for heavier loads and higher temperatures.

Due to the important and specialized nature of the applications requiring these products, each inquiry is reviewed thoroughly. Our goal is to supply the most suitable belt for your specific application. We strive to provide solutions for each situation, assuring value for our customers. Our engineers and technical support group are involved in every specialty belt inquiry and order.

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1. Are you a manufacturer or trade Company?
We are a factory founded in 1997 with a trade team for international service.

2. What terms of payment do you usually use?
T/T 30% deposit and 70% against document, Western Union, L/C at sight

3. What is your lead time for your goods?
Normally 35 days after confirmed order. 30 days could be available in the low season for some items (during May to July), and 45 days during the new year and hot season ( Jan to March).

4. Samples
For customers who need sample confirmation before ordering, please bear in mind that the following policy will be adopted:
1) All samples are free of charge with a maximum value not exceeding USD 100.
2) The courier cost for the first-time sample sending will be charged by the consignee. We will send the samples with freight to be collected. So please inform your account with FedEx, UPS, DHL, or TNT so that we can proceed promptly.
3) The first-time courier cost will be totally deducted from the contract value of the trial cooperation.

Type: All Sizes
Material: Steel
Inside Material: Polyester
Feature: Oil-Resistant, Acid And Alkali Resistant, Tear-Resistant, Heat-Resistant, Cold-Resistant, Wear-Resistant
Tensile Strength: Common
Wire Diameter: 0.8-3mm
Customization:
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How do you calculate the required horsepower for a conveyor chain drive?

The calculation of required horsepower for a conveyor chain drive involves considering various factors related to the conveyor system and the specific application. Here is a step-by-step process:

1. Determine the Total Resistance:

– Calculate the total resistance that the conveyor chain needs to overcome during operation. This includes the resistance due to the load being conveyed, frictional losses, elevation changes, and any other resistances in the system.

2. Convert the Resistance to Equivalent Inertia:

– Convert the total resistance to an equivalent inertia by multiplying it by the square of the chain speed.

3. Calculate the Total Inertia:

– Determine the total inertia of the system by considering the inertia of all the rotating components, such as the conveyor chain, sprockets, and any other driven elements.

4. Determine the Required Torque:

– Calculate the required torque by multiplying the total inertia by the desired acceleration or deceleration rate.

5. Convert Torque to Horsepower:

– Convert the required torque to horsepower by dividing it by the motor speed (in RPM) and multiplying by a conversion factor.

6. Consider Safety Factors and Efficiency:

– Apply safety factors to the calculated horsepower to account for variations, contingencies, and future growth.

– Consider the efficiency of the drive system, including the motor, gearbox, and other transmission components, to ensure accurate power transmission.

It’s important to note that the above calculation method provides an estimate of the required horsepower. Consulting with conveyor system manufacturers, engineers, or industry-specific guidelines is recommended for precise calculations and to ensure the selected conveyor chain drive meets the application requirements.

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What are the factors to consider when selecting the pitch of a conveyor chain?

When selecting the pitch of a conveyor chain, several factors need to be considered to ensure optimal performance and efficiency. Here are the key factors:

1. Load Capacity: The pitch of the conveyor chain should be selected based on the anticipated load capacity of the system. Consider the weight and size of the conveyed materials to ensure the chain can handle the required load without exceeding its capacity.

2. Speed and Application: The operating speed of the conveyor system and the specific application play a role in determining the pitch. Higher speeds may require smaller pitch chains to maintain smooth and reliable operation.

3. Conveyor Length: The length of the conveyor system affects the selection of the chain pitch. Longer conveyors may require larger pitch chains to distribute the load and reduce tension on individual chain links.

4. Space Constraints: Consider the available space for the conveyor system. Smaller pitch chains may be preferred in applications with limited space to minimize the overall footprint of the conveyor.

5. Wear and Maintenance: The pitch selection should also consider the anticipated wear and maintenance requirements. Smaller pitch chains often provide better wear resistance and may require less frequent lubrication and maintenance.

6. Speed Regulation: If the conveyor system requires speed regulation or precise positioning, the pitch selection should align with the control capabilities of the drive system. Smaller pitch chains can offer finer control and accuracy.

7. Compatibility: Ensure that the selected pitch is compatible with other components of the conveyor system, including sprockets, guides, and attachments. They should be designed to work together smoothly and efficiently.

8. Application Environment: Consider the environmental conditions in which the conveyor will operate. Factors such as temperature, humidity, corrosive substances, or abrasive materials may influence the choice of chain pitch and material to ensure durability and longevity.

By considering these factors, you can select the appropriate pitch for the conveyor chain, ensuring optimal performance, longevity, and reliable operation of the system.

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How do you optimize the efficiency of a conveyor chain system?

To optimize the efficiency of a conveyor chain system, several factors should be considered and implemented:

1. System Design: Ensure that the conveyor system is properly designed to minimize energy losses, reduce friction, and optimize material flow. Consider factors such as conveyor length, incline/decline angles, and the number and placement of drive units to achieve efficient operation.

2. Chain Selection: Select the appropriate conveyor chain based on the specific application requirements, such as load capacity, speed, and environmental conditions. Consider factors like chain material, pitch, and strength to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

3. Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the conveyor chain is essential for reducing friction, wear, and power consumption. Choose the right lubricant for the application and regularly maintain the lubrication levels to ensure smooth chain operation.

4. Tensioning and Alignment: Regularly inspect and adjust the tension and alignment of the conveyor chain to prevent excessive slack or tightness. Proper tensioning and alignment help to minimize chain wear, reduce energy losses, and ensure consistent performance.

5. Preventive Maintenance: Implement a regular maintenance program to identify and address potential issues before they escalate. This includes cleaning the chain, inspecting sprockets and guides, replacing worn components, and checking for proper tension and alignment. A well-maintained system reduces downtime and extends the life of the chain.

6. System Monitoring: Utilize monitoring tools such as sensors, cameras, or automated systems to track the performance of the conveyor chain system. Monitoring can provide valuable data on chain tension, alignment, speed, and power consumption, allowing for timely adjustments and optimization.

7. Training and Operator Awareness: Train operators on best practices for operating and maintaining the conveyor chain system. Promote awareness of energy efficiency, proper handling, and safety protocols to ensure optimal system performance.

By considering these factors and implementing appropriate measures, the efficiency of a conveyor chain system can be optimized, leading to improved productivity, reduced energy consumption, and longer chain life.

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editor by CX 2023-08-04