Stainless Steel Belts

Stainless Steel Belts

Stainless Steel Belts which have excellent flatness, heat resistance and conductivity.

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・Materials
Type[ M ]MaterialThickness
mm
Weight
kg/m2
Allowable Stress
kg/cm
Min. Pulley Dia.
Ømm
Continuous Use Temperature °CElectrical Resistance of Surface ΩFriction Coefficient
(Ref. against Polished Steel)
[ H ]Surface
Hardness HV
Young's Modulus
kgf/mm2
Heat Expansion
Coefficient x10-6/°C
STHBLT304H Stainless Steel0.10.8450-80~1100.20.2370 or over1970017.3
0.151.2675-80~1200.3
0.21.68100-80~1300.5

Specifications

Part Number-Belt Width (mm)-Belt Length L (m)
     
Type Belt Thickness    
STHBLT 0.15-25-2.24
Part NumberBelt Width W (mm)
1mm Increment
Belt Length L (m)
0.01m Increment
TypeBelt Thickness T (mm)
STHBLT0.1
0.15
0.2
10~200.50~10.00
21~300.80~10.00
31~40
41~50
51~60
61~70
71~80
81~90
91~100
101~120
121~140
141~150
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Part NumberVolume DiscountDays to Ship RoHSBelt width W (mm)
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
Unit Mass
(kg/m2)
Allowable Tension
(N/mm)
Min. Pulley Diameter
(φ)
Belt Circumference Length
(m)

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■Cautionary Points on Usages
[ ! ]Belts with 0.1 - 0.15 thickness are not suitable for accumulating transfer applications.
[ ! ]Do not apply shocks in the thickness direction due to the material thinness.
[ ! ]The belt life will be reduced if dented.
[ ! ]When loading items on the belt, use sliding chutes to avoid shock loads.
[ ! ]Do not continue to use with foreign matter trapped between the belt and belt supports, workpiece guides, etc.
[ ! ]The product surfaces coming in contact with the belt should be softer than the belt.
[ ! ]Use dedicated pulleys and idlers.
[ ! ]Belts cannot be tensioned from the back side.

■Resistance Against Foods
FoodStainless Steel Belt
STHBLT
Yeast
Tea Leaf
Olive Oil
Fruit
Cashew Nuts
Cream
Spice
Grain
Coffee Beans
Flour
Rice Grain
Fish
Sugar
Salt
Salt Water
Fat
Cooking Oil
Syrup
Soy Sauce
Vinegar
Sauce
Molasses
Meat
Butter
Bread
Peanut Oil
Beer
Margarine
Mayonnaise
Water
Lard

■Chemical Resistance
Chemical NameStainless Steel Belt
STHBLT
Isopropyl Alcohol
Ethanol
Potassium Chloride
Calcium Chloride
Hydrochloric Acid (Gas)×
Hydrochloric Acid (5% or less)×
Hydrochloric Acid (5~36%)×
Caustic Soda
Caustic Soda Solution (50%)
Volatile Oil
Strong Alkali
Strong Acid×
Light Oil
Ethyl Acetate
Sodium Hypochlorite (Undiluted Solution)×
Sodium Hypochlorite (600ppm)×
Weak Alkali
Weak Acid
Soap
Machining Oil
Diesel Oil
Toluene
Naphthalene
Paraffin Oil
Phenol
Antirust Oil
Machine Oil
Methanol
Sulfuric Acid (10%)×
Sulfuric Acid (50%)×
Sulfuric Acid (70%)×
Sulfuric Acid (98%)×
○: Not affected at all △: Slightly affected ×: Severely affected
[ ! ]The above table shows adequacy in the condition where materials including chemicals and oil are loaded on belt surface and carried in room temperature. The tables may not apply if the belts are completely submerged or at higher than the normal temperatures.
[ ! ]Care must be taken for rusts resulting by chlorides and acids.

Example

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Basic Information

Belt Specifications General Purpose Surface Cover Color Silver Surface Cover Material 304H Stainless Steel
Surface Cover Shape Flat Friction Coefficient (against Polished Copper, for Reference), Front Side 0.2 Friction Coefficient (against Polished Copper, for Reference), Back Side 0.2
Knife Edge(mm) Not Provided

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