Dunlop has developed conveyor belts that are heat resistant as well as wear resistant, resulting in a much longer operational lifespan.
High temperatures can do serious damage to the actual conveyor belt carcass itself. Choosing the correct thickness of the cover is essential because the cover acts as a barrier between the heat source and the carcass.
Dunlop heat resistant conveyor belts have been developed and refined over many years so that they are more than capable of meeting the demands of even the most extreme conditions, which in some cases can involve temperatures as high as 400°C.
Industries where Dunlop heat resistant conveyor belts are used with great success include the cement industry, recycling plants, the steel industry, foundries, the chemical industry and the petro-chemical industry.
Betahete – Heat and wear resistant, for materials at moderate temperatures. (Duration: 160°C. Peak 180°C)
Starhete – Increased heat resistance, for materials at controlled high temperatures. Starhete also possess very good chemical and oil resistant properties. (Duration: 180°C. Peak 220°C)
Deltahete – Superior heat resistance for heavy duty service conditions, at temperatures up to 400°C for a short period such as coke, clinker etc. (Duration: 200°C. Peak 400°C.) For more information, check out the link to the pdf "Deltahete technical overview" at the bottom of this page, with tests against competitors of Class T3/200°C belts.