All-in-one Compact Air-cooled presses.

For vulcanizing conveyor belts.  Available in widths of 600mm and 1200mm.

Control panel, compressor and cooling system integrated in the chassis of the presses.

Main benefits:

  • Excellent for on-site vulcanizing.

Especially handy where water source is not easily available (eg. in sugar refineries, flour mills etc or new installations where water supply is not available yet).

 

  • Ideal for joining thick belts.

The gradual heating system ensures the complete fusion of the internal layers as well as the outer covers. Thus ensuring a strong belt joint.   With a nominal distance of 20mm between top & bottom plate, these presses are perfect for belts of all thicknesses or embossed belts requiring the silicone molds.

 

  • Strong belt joint.

The thorough fusion of the belt ends through all belt layers makes the belt joint area nearly as strong as the rest of the belt.

 

  • Flat and even joint.

The robust structure of the press chassis guarantees a uniform pressure along the entire width of the press.  Even if the belt is much narrower than the press, the belt joint remains flat and even.

 

  • No film needed for thin belts.

The uniform pressure along the press keeps the joint area of thin belts flat even without using film.

 

  • Successive joints without modifying parameters.

Various joints of the same belt type can be carried out consecutively without having to change the initial splicing parameters while maintaining the quality of the splices.

Testimony of Head of Workshop at a sugar refinery.

Belt: Esbelt Febor 32CC, double cover PVC white, 3 ply, 7,4mm thick.

Process:   Four belt joints (total of 8 cycles) were carried out on-site with our LPBE1200ACI air-cooled press.  The belts measured 400mm wide each with ends prepared in diagonal (DG) with two steps of 100mm each, thus requiring 2 presses per joint.

 

Results:

  1. The parameters (temperature, time and pressure) remained the same during the entire 8-cycle process.
  2. The quality of splice did not vary and each complete cycle of the press remained the same even though the external temperature was very high (July summer).
  3. Perfect fusion at the joint, including the internal part of the belt.