PTFE Flooring Carpet Tile Conveyor Belts
Carpet is a wide range of textile covers used in commercial offices. They consist of twisted tufts, which can be natural wool or polyester and other man-made materials.
PTFE Carpet belt, this heat treatment structure of the mat can be applied to the soft and durable carpet backing.
PTFE coated glass cloth is heat-resistant material, with a heavy weaving structure, can be made into a broadband to adapt to the machine. Heavy glass fiber braid provides dimensional stability across the belt surface.
As a result, the heavy weaving pattern of the material has become a familiar feature of the blanket backing.
The support is made by distributing the heat flow asphalt to the surface of the PTFE coated fabric tape. The top layer is then laminated to the top of the asphalt and then bonded to the surface as soon as it is cooled.
Zobon offers a range of closed woven PTFE coated conveyor belts for the production of carpet tiles and synthetic rubber support carpets.
These styles of belts are usually in the heavier ends of the material we provide, and have a textured surface that produces a bump on the surface of the cured rubber. Although the texture, the surface has a smooth non-stick PTFE surface. Once the PTFE is coated, the porosity of the surface is usually tested with a dye penetration test. The lower the dye permeability, the better the material will be.
PTFE carpet belts has various width and length, in some production lines, the width can be from 1000mm wide to 3600mm, length up to 100mtr long, allowing mass production. Belt is usually connected with the help of vulcanizing presses. This method allows the end user to flexibly change their belts, and if they choose to do so, the minimum downtime is allowed if the belt is damaged during the production run.
- No micro-pin-holes and micro-mud-cracks
- High tear resistance
- Good abrasion resistance
- High Temperature resistance
- PVC backing carpet conveyor belt or release sheet
- Door pad baking
- Rubber curing
Carpet Belting Grade
Standard Width (mm)
Total Thickness (mm)
Techbelt offers a range of closed weave PTFE coated conveyor belts for use in the production carpet tiles and synthetic rubber backed carpets.
These styles of belts are usually at the heavier duty end of the range of the materials we offer and have a textured surface that creates a dimpled effect on the surface of the rubber it cures. Although textured, the surface has a smooth non stick PTFE surface. Once the PTFE is coated the surface is then usually tested for porosity with a dye penetration test. The lower the dye penetration results, the better the material will be.
The PTFE belts vary in width and length and can range from as little as 1000mm wide to 3600mm wide and length up to 100mtr long on some lines allowing for high volume production. The belts are usually jointed on site with the aid of a vulcanising press. This method gives the end user the flexibility to change their own belts if they choose to do so but also allows for minimal down time should a mechanical failure take place that damages the belt in a production run.
As well as being endless conveyor belts the materials are used as press release sheets. They may typically be around 1500mm square and rest of the back of a carpet time whilst being cured and conveyed.
Our rubber curing belts tend to be offered in our product grade PS-68-NA in either standard brown or anti static black. A technical data sheet for this can be found on our documents page.
Carpet Tile Belts
Carpet tiles are square pieces of textile covering for use within commercial offices. They are made of twisted tufts of pile which can be either natural wool or polyester and other man made materials.
The heat treated structure of the mat is then applied to a flexible and durable backing.
PTFE coated glass cloth is a heat resistant material that has a heavy weave structure to cope with being made in to a wide belt to fit the machine. The heavy fiberglass weave provides dimensional stability across the belts surface.
The heavy weave pattern of the material has become a familiar feature of carpet tile backings as a result.
Backing is applied by dispensing hot flow bitumen to the surface of the PTFE coated fabric belt. The top pile is then laminated on top of the bitumen which then bonds to the surface once cooled.