Spiral Conveyor Belt is often found in baking and washing applications where small apertures are required alongside a flat conveying surface. Spiral Conveyor Belt is also a preferred choice for end-users who have previously experienced tracking problems with other spiral woven meshes, as the alternating coil pattern helps reduce any tendency for the belt to veer to one side.
Spiral Conveyor Belt is constructed from alternating left and right hand spiral coils, which are woven together and joined by interconnecting cross rods.
Spiral Conveyor Belt’s alternating mesh design helps reduce tracking problems caused by the belt veering to one side. The small apertures present in the belt’s construction provides end-users with a flat conveying surface suitable for products prone to slipping through more open mesh designs.
The belt can be supplied with a welded, laddered or hook edge and is used in a friction driven conveyor layouts. Flat Spiral can also be supplied with chain edges when a positive drive configuration is required. Flat Spiral is most commonly supplied in Grade 304 Stainless Steel, however, other materials are available on request.