Dura-Belt Belting Materials
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|Cyclothane-A (Standard TPU)
||70A 80A 83A 88A 92A 95A
||Food grade (FDA**), excellent oil and abrasion resistance.
|Cyclothane-B (High Tension TPU)
||Long Life, Hi-Tension (20% stretch), Food grade (FDA**)
|Cyclothane-E (All weather TPU)
||Food grade (FDA** & NSF), humidity & mold resistant; UV stabilized
|Cyclothane-SD (Anti-static TPU)
||Static dissipative, not food grade
|Low-Temp urethane (TPU)
||Works down to -10°F., good abrasion resistance, Food grade (FDA**)
|Matte or rough surface - Green TPU
||Low friction, green surface.
|Anti-vibration Blue or Red TPU
||Runs on bare, misaligned shafts; stays in pulleys.
|Reinforced with Polyester Cord
||83A 87A 90A 95A 100A
||Urethane reinforced with polyester.
||92A 100A 53D
||Low temp -40°F., harsh chemical resistant, FDA 1590 dry food only.
||55A 70A 80A
Postal paper grabbing and counting belts.
|Urethane (TPU) Jacket
||High abrasion resistance, food grade, 30° to 250° F.
||Acid or base (alkali) environment
|Metal detectable urethane & copper
||Food grade urethane, detectable by metal detectors
*Cyclothane-A, -B, -E and -SD are Dura-Belt’s trade names for types of thermoplastic polyurethane (also called TPU, PU, or urethane). Unless otherwise indicated, all our belting is made from thermoplastic polyurethane.
**FDA 1680 dry bulk food only, and FDA 2600. Click here for our Food Grade FDA Certification Statement.
For flat belt material data click here: Flat Belt Data Sheet
RoHs, RoHs 2, REACH Compliance, Proposition 65 certificate: Based on RoHS compliance certificates received from our suppliers, Dura-Belt, Inc. certifies that all our polyurethane, polyester, and PVC belting materials are compliant with EU Directive 2002/95 – Restriction of Hazardous Substances. Click here for our
RoHS and REACH Compliant, Proposition 65 certificate.
MSDS Sheet:Click here for our Material Safety Data Sheet for urethane.
Before making a substantial purchase, users should test a number of prototype belts under the same conditions in which the belts will be expected to operate.