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Conveyor Options

Conveyor Belting Options

EMI offers many types of belting options to suit a wide variety of applications

Our White PVC belt is standard on all EMI conveyors except the Extruded Aluminum line and is an excellent general purpose belt. It is constructed using two plies of microfilament/ multifilament fabric with a FDA/USDA approved PVC cover. Its stretch resistance characteristics are far superior versus woven style materials. Available in different size cleat height and centers.

  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: 5°–210°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.
blue pvc belting

Our Blue Polyurethane belt is standard on our Extruded Aluminum Conveyors. Constructed of two ply polyester fabric with monofilament weft for lateral rigidity. It has an easy to clean top surface and features excellent resistance to greases and oils. Readily available in standard blue color or green (shown further down on page).

  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: -22°–175°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.
blue pu belting

corwall belting application Corrugated Sidewall Belting: Great for small parts containment when conveying flat or on an incline. This belting is plied, easily cleaned, and FDA approved. PVC belting is standard with staple belt lacing and 1.5" high flexible cleats on 18" centers. The flexible, corrugated sidewalls are 1.5" high. Alternate heights are available.

Other Belting Options

This 3-ply High-Temperature Polyester Belt is popular with heavy-duty applications that require a belt for rough textured or sharp edged parts. The corrugated side wall is made of foamed PU.

  • 3-ply makes it very impact resistant
  • Temperature range: -22°–194°F
  • Short temperature range: -22°–356°F
  • Industrial grade, not FDA
black high temp belting

Black PVC Belt:

Black pvc belting

The black PVC belt has the same specifications as our standard white PVC belt, except the color is black and it is not FDA/USDA approved. The preference is your choice. This belt is available with a ridged texture, and with cleats. For many incline applications this ridged texture belt grips parts, and can be used in the place of a cleated belt.


Gray PVC Belt:

gray pvc belting
  • "Sticky" top, good for incline conveying
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: 5°–210°F
  • Industrial grade, not FDA approved

White PU Belt:

white pu belting
  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: -22°–175°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.

Green PU Belt:

green pu belting
  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: -30°–175°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.
  • Available with cleats and corrugated side rails

Gray Ridged PVC Belt:

gray pvc ridged belting
  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: 5°–210°F
  • Industrial grade, not FDA.

Blue Ridged PVC Belt:

blue pvc ridged belting
  • Anti-static
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: 5°–230°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.

Open Fiberglass High-Temp. Mesh Belt:

tan fiberglass belting

Teflon® coated fiberglass material is very resistant and durable to high temperatures. Its open mesh construction allows for air movement through the belt.

  • Contact temperature up to 550°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.

3-ply High-Temperature Butyl Belt:

white high temp belting

Designed for extreme temperatures this belt is recommended for both high-heat and cooling applications.

  • Contact temperature range: -50°–300°F
  • For handling plastic parts requiring FDA/USDA approval.

Our Rough Top Belt A less expensive alternate to grip parts without using cleats on a belt. The polyester fabric belt creates friction between the belt and the parts being conveyed. A rough top belt may not be suitable for all applications due to the difficulty of maintaining the cleanliness of the belt.

  • Flexible, yet stretch and moisture resistant.
  • Non-marking
  • Contact temperature range: -40°–250°F
  • Industrial grade, not FDA
rough top belting

Intralox Belting:

Intralox Belting

Intralox belting is an excellent alternative to PVC belt. These modular plastic belts come in dozens of plastic "grid" or "mesh" surfaces. These interlocked belt surfaces allow for air circulation or water spray between the part and belt. Due to Intralox's unique belting and positive sprocket drive and tracking system, these belts are known to last longer than PVC belts. With Intralox belting there is no mistracking or slippage.

Plastic Mesh Belting:

Plastic mesh belt

Plastic conveyor belting (which requires nylon wear strips and a sprocket drive) is easily installed on EMI conveyors. Typical applications include robotic installations and cooling tunnels. Nylon wear strips promote air circulation underneath the belt. Plastic belting, although more expensive, can pay for itself in the long run. If a problem or wear on the belt occurs simply replace a section of the belt.

Silicone Belting:

Silicone belting

Silicone belting is another High Temperature belting option, rated up to 500 degrees F. Used for flat belt style only, cannot be cleated.

Flat Wire Belting:

High temp belting

Ideal for moving high-temperature molded parts and providing air cooling as they move. Most any EMI flat or inclined conveyor can include the flat wire belting option. (Which requires Nylon wear strips.) The sprocket drive assures smooth movement. Flat wire belting can be either carbon or stainless steel.

Rope Belting:

Rope Belting

Rope Belt Conveyors are often recommended when running thick wall parts or large hot parts that could be damaged when dropped onto a belt conveyor. Click here for more applications and belt specifications.

Roller Conveyors:

Roller Conveyors

EMI offers a wide choice of Heavy-duty Roller Conveyors and container handling products for moving large or heavy parts, boxes, containers, totes or pallets.

Flat Top Chain:

Flat Top Chain Conveyor

Chain Conveyors are designed to move products that a standard roller can't. It's ideal for heavy duty applications and is best suited for unloading or transferring products with unusual characteristics, such as pallets or heavy totes.

Flat Top Belt:

Flat Top Belt

Flat Top Belts are ideal for smooth product flow of individual parts or boxes. Excellent for oriented conveying around bends to avoid obstructions and to service work stations. Available in both Steel Frame and Aluminum Frame.