Industrial rationalization advanced exponentially with line production. Food, precision components, metal machinery, electronic devices and the like are moved by conveyors on an assembly line in a wide variety of factories even today. And it is mesh belt that plays a large role in making that assembly line smoother. Mesh belt contributes widely to the industrial world as an indispensable part of conveyor units. Our company has over many years been involved in the design & manufacture of mesh belts to meet all kinds of uses and aims such as industrial dryers, heat treatment furnace, glass layers and food processing lines, accumulating real results and gaining trust from all sectors. Our mesh belts, developed from a wealth of experience, will satisfy with their material, construction and all aspects. Please make use of our lineup to increase power saving and production process efficiency.
Mesh Belt Structure
While designing various types of belts to answer the broad needs of the industrial world, our company also strives for diversification by offering different strand sizes for the same type of belt.
Types of Mesh Belt
B type

A belt connected with a rod made from an alternately twisted spiral crimped in a wave pattern. As this belt has exceptional stress balance and tensile strength, it autonomously corrects itself when meandering occurs, preventing belt deformations such as twisting and distortion.This belt is also currently the most widely used due to its low overall cost.
SS type
A belt where the spiral is given a unique angle and a straight rod is inserted into the centre section of the crossed spiral to increase tensile strength. This type is suited to high temperature, high tension environments as there is little belt stretching or width shrinkage.
DS type
A form of the SS type belt. However, identical spirals are paired, not singular. As a result, the surface strands are smooth and of a higher density than the SS type. On the other hand, as with the SS type, a straight rod is inserted into the centre section of the crossed spiral realizing increased tensile strength.
A belt made by connecting left-right alternate double intertwined spiral which is twisted in the same direction and has been passed through a rod. Types making use of straight rods have high flat plane tensile strength, and those using crimped rods have excellent balance. Both types can maintain continuous stable motion.
G type
A belt made by decreasing spiral pitch and connecting left-right alternate spiral with a straight rod. Strands are made smaller and the belt given a smoother surface by decreasing spiral pitch. Consequentially, stable motion can be maintained and product damage kept to a minimum during transfer.
H type
Spirals are packed together rather than intertwined, with 3 to 4 rods used for each spiral to connect the belt. This complicated structure brings about maximum breaking strength and minimal strands. This smooth belt surface is also suited to the transfer of small precision components and products with unstable shapes.
S type
Like chain link wire mesh often seen in fences, this belt is solely made from single-direction spirals. There is no rod inserted, leading to lack of tensile strength and the possibility of deformation during motion.This belt is suited to light use with its low cost brought about through simple design.