BELT JOINT TYPES

  • ALLIGATOR

    Alligator Belt Joints are stainless steel metallic fasteners with a tie bar across the back preventing any individual pieces coming away and potentially falling in to food products. These allow belts to easily to fitted and removed from conveyors.

  • BUTT

    Butt Belt Joints tend to be manufactured prior to fitting on the machine and are manufactured using a strap on the underside to offer additional strength. This method is a simple but very effective on making a belt endless.

  • CASTELLATED

    Castellated Belt Joints tend to be manufactured prior to fitting on the machine and are manufactured using a strap on the underside to offer additional strength. This method is a simple but very effective on making a belt endless.

  • CLIPPER

    Clipper Joints are very similar to Alligator types but tend to be smaller and more light weight. These allow the belt to be fitted and removed with ease.

  • COVER

    Cover Belt Joints - Covers can be applied after joints have been fitted to act a barrier between the metallic surface of the joint and the product being conveyed.

  • FINGER

    Finger Belt Joints - Finger joints are manufactured in a similar way to butt types but offer less stress on the joint and the jointed are is spread.

  • OVERLAP

    Overlap Belt Joints - Overlap joints are a simple and easy joint to use where having an even surface is not critical. This type of joint can easy be made on a machine where the belt needs to be fitted onsite.

  • SCARFED

    Scarfed Belt Joints - A scarf joint is similar the overlap butt offer a smooth transition for the product to run offering no lip for products to catch on.

  • SPADE

    Spade Belt Joints - The spade offers the same benefits as a finger joint but can sometimes be more effective and there is no sharp tips the joint that may begin to lift over time.

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