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Dura-Belt was formed in Ohio in 1987 to sell urethane belts to distributors, installers, and OEMs.
Dura-Belt is a manufacturer of a high-quality polyurethane power transmission belting, used mostly on-line shaft powered roller conveyors and powered roller conveyors as well as in other power transmission applications.
Dura-Belt manufactures urethane belting and conveyor components, including O-ring round belts, Quick Connect Twisted Belts, V-belts, Polycord(R)-like Rough Green belts, energy efficient elastic flat belts up to 34" wide, Long-Life HT (high-tension) and HEHT belts for powered-roller conveyors with MDR zones up to 15 rollers long.
With its proprietary welding process called Super Strong Weld (SSW™ welding technology), Dura-Belt is able to deliver endless belts with up to 10 times stronger weld joints than weld joints made with conventional belt joining process. Moreover, with this welding technology, Dura-Belt provides the World’s Longest Belt Warranty - 10 full years.
Dura-Belt also manufacture conveyor components like line-shaft spools & split spools, polyurethane spacers & sleeves, idler and drive pulleys. We are a Master Distributor of Hutchinson's Conveyxonic Poly-v belts.
Dura-Belt regularly introduces new products, most of which are inspired by its customers with whom it works closely.
As an approved distributor Intralogistics Aftercare Solutions has access to the entire range of products offered, a selection of which can be found below:
Quick Connect Twisted Oring belts are also called connectable belts, twisted O-rings, quick-fix belts, zero downtime bands, and easy hook round belts.
Twisted belting is designed to replace urethane endless round belts that become damaged or wear out. These connectable belts are easily and quickly installed in the field without dismantling drive shafts. The tips of quick fix belts are loops that you connect together with small stainless steel or plastic hooks that come with the belts.
Round belts are often used to connect Slave rollers to motorised units, creating powered zones of generally, 6-10 rollers, although in light duty areas up to 15 rollers can be powered from a single motorised roller
One of the more basic products, by design and variation. Most Original Equipment Manufacturers stick to just two types