Asian Rubber Trading - The Best Choice for your Conveyors.


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    Our product is used for conveying all types of material, in bulk, cold (<80°C) and neutral, in all extraction and transformation industries, under average to severe working conditions.
    Our belt consists of 3 to 5 EP (polyester warp and polyamide weft) synthetic fabric plies with a rubber interface, the thickness of which varies according to the type.

    • The low-elongation polyester fibres are used in the warp direction to reduce the length of the tension travels.
    • The more elastic polyamide fibres are used in the weft, to ensure good troughing.
    • The carcass is protected by covers of D grade (superior quality anti-abrasive) which is recommended for very abrasive products and sharp materials (abrasion loss as per
    • NFT 46012, ISO 4649 and DIN 53516, average value 100 mm3). These belts can also be produced with X, Y or Z cover grades standardized as per DIN 22102.

    EP conveyor belts are primarily used in the following industries:

    • Quarries/sand pits (grain size < 400 mm)
    • Thermal power plants (coal, ash)
    • Cement works (quarry materials, added materials, cold clinker)
    • Fertilizer factories / Chemical plants (non chemically aggressive materials)
    • Port installations (ores, coal, phosphates)
    • Mining/Iron and Steel Industry (ores, coke, added materials)
    • Paper mills (wood, edgings)
    • Salt marshes / Salt works
    • Sugar factories (sugar beet and sugar beet chips)
    • Glassworks (raw materials, cullet)
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    Hot-material conveyor belts show resistance to warm environmental influences and/or materials such as cement, steel or glass. The surface of the conveyor belt consists of a special rubber compound which is characterized by high adhesive strength, low ductility and excellent thermal protective properties. Conveyor belts that are manufactured in accordance with DIN 22102 can transport materials with a temperature of up to 180 °C – and even up to 250 °C for short periods.

    Rubber cover in this type of belt is available in three types, T1, T2 and T3. The low temperature T1 rubber cover allows temperature range on materials within 70° – 150° or 200°C, while the belt surface temperature ranges between 60° – 120°C. With its heat hardening type feature, this rubber cover is suitable for low or medium temperature materials which are abrasive like coke, sintered products etc.
    T2 and T3 are allowing temperature range of materials within 100° – 200° or 250°C. T2 is heat softening type, possesses almost non crack cover and is suitable for hot powdery materials and high temperature materials with medium abrasive like sintered ore products, cement clinker etc.

    T3 is excellent wear resistant cover under high temperature and is suitable for lumpy materials or high temperature materials which are very abrasive like coke, sintered ore products etc.

    HR conveyor belts are primarily used in the following industries:

    • Chemical industry
    • Cement factories
    • Smelters
    • Iron and steel industry
    • Metal processing industry
    • Waste incineration industry
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    The special material characteristics of this product group enable it to transport materials containing oil and grease such as vegetable fats, mineral oils and solvents. Negative effects such as swelling of the rubber are minimized by use. The conveyor belts have good weather resistance and this increases efficiency thanks to low maintenance costs.

    Oil resistant conveyor belts are primarily used in the following industries:

    • Chemical industry
    • Fodder industry
    • Grain silos
    • Iron and steel industry
    • Metal processing industrye
    • Recycling industry


    Incline Conveyor Belt comes with an advantage of being integrally moulded as a part of the top surface. It is comprised of chevron cleats that boost the quantity of granular materials, especially in heavy duty incline applications. This type of belt is suitable for conveying sand, fine coal and grain materials by using steep inclines, for joining by vulcanizing or by mechanical fasteners.

    Chevron belts are primarily used in the following industries:

    • Agriculture
    • Cement factories
    • Coal industry
    • Quarries
    • Sand and gravel industry
    • Smelters