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Wide range of belts to match any application.
Tailored solution based on your total conveyor needs.
Single solution from a single supplier to ensure that all the parts fit together safely and perform optimally.
More than a century of experience within the belt business.
Metso conveyor belts are engineered from the best quality materials available and backed by decades of experience in the field.
The biggest advantage for our customers lies in our application knowhow. When you choose Metso as your conveyor belt supplier, you buy into more than 100 years of experience of designing and delivering conveying solutions for almost any conceivable application and in any configuration.
Once we know the parameters for your operation such as conveying capacity, lump size, etc., we can tailor a solution based on your total conveyor needs.
It is a single solution from a single supplier to ensure that all the parts fit together safely and perform together optimally. Our range of conveyor belts comprise of fabric belts, steel cord belts and pipe conveyor belts.
Aramid conveyor belts
Aramid conveyor belts are reinforced with aramid fibers. The resulting material is as light as other synthetic fibers like polyester or polyamid, but as strong as steel.
Chevron conveyor belts
A flat conveyor belt works fine when conveying material up to a certain angle. However, when the angle gets too steep, material may start to slide off. That’s when you need a chevron conveyor belt. Also known as escort belts, they have a cleated surface that keeps loose material in place, even at steep angles.
Fabric conveyor belts
Fabric conveyor belts or textile conveyor belts are used principally for heavy-duty, abrasive materials. They are a more cost-effective option for shorter conveying distances and lower capacities than steel cord belts.
Pipe conveyor belts
Pipe conveyor belts are used for enclosed material transport. After loading in the conventionally troughed belt, the belt is formed into a pipe shape with overlapped belt edges. The material is then completely enclosed by the belt.
Sidewall conveyor belts
When you need to transport material at steeper angles than is possible with conventional conveyor belts, sidewall belts are the way to go. Their cross-stiff base belt and corrugated rubber sidewalls combine with a variety of different-sized cleats to ensure your material stays in place.
Steel cord belts
Steel cord belts are highly wear-resistant and used principally for long-haul conveying, heavy loads and physically demanding applications. Steel cord belts are especially suitable for high-mass or high-volume flows and for conveying abrasive materials.