CONVEYOR SPLICING

Nuera Industrial offers three main types of conveyor splicing that are used in the industry:

Cold vulcanizing splicing:

Nuera Industrial technical teams only use premium adhesives. This type of conveyor splicing still remains a great economic and sustainable choice. Despite the required period of drying, cold vulcanizing splicing method is easily and efficiently used in most applications on your conveyors.

Hot vulcanizing splicing:

Nuera Industrial is one of the few companies in the industry that use the finger splice method. This method qualifies as one of the best in the industry. It supports up to 96% of the conveyor belt’s nominal tension. This type of splicing is more flexible and features good compatibility with pulleys of smaller diameter or shorter transition distances at the head and tail of the conveyor. In addition, the conveyor belt can be used again as soon as the splicing is completed, since it requires no drying time. If your application requires severe test for your belt splicing, then this is definitely the type of splicing you need.

Mechanical splicing:

This type of splicing can be used with a number of conveyor belts.  It is particularly suitable when the workspace is small and that the downtime is short. This type of conveyor belt splicing allows you both to put your equipment back to service quickly and to maximize your production.

FLEXCO: Nuera Industrial offers the full range of Flexco’s mechanical fasteners, the industry’s benchmark; we are able to match your company’s specific application with the best product.

MINET LACING TECHNOLOGY: In order to give you access to a greater number of high quality solutions for your needs, we also offer the MLT conveyor mechanical fasteners to meet all your needs for conveyor belts splicing.

Whatever your application, your Nuera Industrial representative will help you choose the conveyor belt splicing that perfectly matches your facilities depending on your activities.

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