Steel Belts

From Sulphur to Formula 1

06/18/2012 | Editor: Meike Herkersdorf

Steel band competence galore at the common stand of Bendorf Band, kaiser and SBS (from left): Jürgen Meirick (Kaiser SBS), Karin Sidan (Berndorf Band), Giovanni Calamará (SBS, Haly), Wei Zhou (Berndorf Band), Paolo Fasana (SBS, USA), Andreas Robens (Kaiser SBS)
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Steel band competence galore at the common stand of Bendorf Band, kaiser and SBS (from left): Jürgen Meirick (Kaiser SBS), Karin Sidan (Berndorf Band), Giovanni Calamará (SBS, Haly), Wei Zhou (Berndorf Band), Paolo Fasana (SBS, USA), Andreas Robens (Kaiser SBS) (Picture: Kempf)

From process and conveyor belts, from stainless steels to carbon steel or titanium, from endless loops to open units, with polished or ground surfaces, with tracks or level walls – Berndorf belts are quite diverse.

The chemical industry uses these belts in belt coolers or drying plants. Here, especially mechanical, physical and geometric properties are decisive: precise running, high corrosion resistance and a reliable dimensional stability.

Another applications are belts for baking ovens in the food industry, transport belts for screening and sorting and presses for wood laminates. Even the automotive industry uses them for test in wind tunnels, to access the optimum aerodynamic quality for tomorrow's cars.

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