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Silicone Conveyor Belting

Silicone Glass High Temperature Belting

  • brown -100°F to +550°F
  • 1 - 3 ply
  • 1 or 2 side coated fabric
  • Higher Friction surface than PTFE Coated Fabric
  • Varied Release Properties (Some products may adhere to PTFE fabric and not stick to Silicone coated fabric

Applications:

  • Heat Shrink Tunnel Belts
  • Conveyors with slight inclines
  • Bakery And Confectionery Cooking
  • Meat, Poultry, Fish, & Vegetable Cooking
  • Screen Print Dryer Belts
  • Curing and Cooling Transfer Belts

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Silicone / Glass Conveyor Belting

Fabricated out of our Silicone/Glass fabric this belting is available in white or red, coated one or both sides, in widths up to 36" and any length. It provides excellent release properties, high dielectric strength, wear and flexing resistance and high chemical resistance. The operating temperature range is from -100°F to +500°F. The non-toxic, tasteless and odorless qualities of the coating make it appropriate for use in food handling operations, among other applications.

To enhance the tracking and belt life, Stiles offers various styles of edging:


Belt Joining: Splicing And Lacing


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Stiles Can Also Supply Habasit® Plastic Modular Belting Requirements
 
 
Silicone / Glass FabricsApplicable Splicing And Lacing OptionsHabasit® Food Grade Silicone BeltingPTFE TapePTFE Smooth BeltsPTFE Mesh Belts

 

Red Silicone /Glass Coated (1) Side With Allegator Lacing And Cover Flap

  • Heat Tunnel Belt
Silicone Glass Conveyor Belting

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White Silicone / Glass Coated (2) Sides With Allegator Lacing

  • Heat Tunnel Belt
White Silicone Glass Conveyor Belting

 

Red Silicone /Glass Coated (1) Side With Allegator Lacing

     

  • Heat Tunnel Belt
Silicone Conveyor Belting

 

AVAILABLE BELT SPLICING AND LACING

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Conveyor Belt Joining Methods

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