What makes a great bagger belt?
A number of factor contribute to the quality of an FFS belt, each of which can seriously impact your packaging operation.
1. Wear - Belts are expexted to wear down through normal use, but ensuring that the belt features a durable wearing cover will allow your operation to provide consistent friction across the entire surface of the belt. Regardless of the belt’s lifespan, you can be sure that the belt will continue to operate normally, without causing problems for your packaging process.
2. Grip - Grip ensure that your material is conveyed properly though the process, and will prevent slippage, which can result in ineciencies or damage the package. Non-glazing compounds provide superior grip and abrasion resistance to increase the lifespan of your belts.
3. Physical features - Certain materials and processes may require holes, slot, grooves, and various profile of a form-fill-seal belt. These features must meet precise tollerances and specifications in order to provide reliable performance.
4. Longevity - This is the most important factor for all FFS belts. During normal operation belts receive constant wear and are required to last al long as possible to minimize down time of crack of tears. these endless belts, and durable wearing covers also provide operators with consistent friction for their application.
5. Correct coefficient of friction - This is an inmportant factor for belt systems in general, but’s also especially important for other applicatios such as bill validators, as they must be able to grab bills while maintaning the proper release to dispense them. Most OEM utilize urethane or rubber compound materials to create this friction. We are proud to offer OEM-quality belting tu ensure that your machine is autfitted with a belt meeting the highest quality standards. We understand the important design criteria for effective and consistent replacement belting so that machines continue to operate with original functionality.