Specification Terms – Flat Wire Conveyor Belt

Flat Wire Conveyor Belt Mesh Designation

Making the following specifications clear in your inquiry will greatly help you get a fast and accurate pricing:

a. Measure the Overall Belt Width.
b. Count the number of openings across the full width of the belt (above diagram has 5 openings)
c. Measure the rod diameter [options are .120” (standard) or .192” (heavy)].
d. Measure strip thickness [options are .046” (standard) or .062” thick (heavy)].
e. Determine the mesh opening size by measuring the width of the 2nd opening.
Be sure to measure the center of the opening and it must be the 2nd opening.
f.  Determine the Height of the belt (by placing on a flat table).
Options are .375” high (standard) .500” high (heavy).
g. Determine the belt edge. (Above diagram is a welded). A clinched edge would have the rod
coming out of the belt side and bent/knuckled over.
h. The Longitudinal Pitch is the center to center of rod diameter.
This should be 1.084 inches (except on ½ x ½ belts it will be .542 inches).

Specification Table – Flat Wire Conveyor Belt

Flat Wire Conveyor Belt Specification
Mesh SpecFlat Wire SizeRod DiaWeightMax. WorkingSide Finish
SD 1” x 1”3/8 x .0509.65 x 1.271139.23699clinched/weld
SD 1/2” x 1”3/8 x .0509.65 x 1.2711310.64997clinched/weld
MD 1/2” x 1/2”3/8 x .0509.65 x 1.2711311.72997clinched/weld
TR 1/2” x 1/2”3/8 x .0509.65 x 1.2711315.871116weld
HD 1” x 1”1/2 x .06212.7 x 1.596517.822,008clinched/weld
HD 1/2” x 1”1/2 x .06212.7 x 1.596519.682529clinched/weld

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