In order to obtain very close mesh belts it is possible to multiply the number of spirals and cross-rods per pitch, these are known as cordweave or compound weave belts.
This type of belt is ideally suited for very small items such as nuts and bolts. Cross-flights and side-plates can be fitted when products are being carried up an incline.
This compound balanced specification is extremely smooth and its high density ensures that heat is transferred uniformly across the entire width of the belt. Widely used for baking bands and accumulation tables this weave may be furnished with flattened wire for an even smoother, more stable surface.
Variants of the belt type shown here
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