Punching Hole Bucket Elevator Conveyor Belts
This page mainly to clarify the Flame-retardant NBR elevator belt increases safety in elevator for Punching hole bucket elevator conveyor Belts, with Antistatic ISO 284 and flame-retardant ISO 340 (= DIN–K-) elevator belt.
Punching hole bucket elevator conveyor Belts
Monster elevator conveyor belts with punching hole are specially designed for excellent oil resistance, mechanical stability, and abrasion resistance, making them extremely durable and reliable. The scratch resistance of the belt surfaces is a key feature, leading to a longer belt service life, less downtime, and reduced costs.
Flame-retardant NBR elevator belt increases safety in elevator
The demand for safety in and around the elevator is an issue subject to adaptations of the relative applicable directives. Statistics describe the elevator as one of the most hazardous pieces of equipment because of real risk of explosion. 30-40 percent of dust explosions involve elevators. An enclosed system combined with the conveying of flammable bulk material, oxygen and possible ignition sources explain this risk of explosion. Research has shown that this can be prevented and damage can be effectively limited with various preventive and curative process monitoring systems.
Antistatic ISO 284 and flame-retardant ISO 340 (= DIN–K-) elevator belt
To prevent the spread of fire and further limit the risk of explosion one can opt for an antistatic ISO 284 and flame-retardant ISO 340 (= DIN–K-) elevator belt. In addition to our Polysur® types 272 and 278, which are already flame-retardant and own other properties, we’ve extended our range of conventional elevator belts with an extra property: flame-retardant in accordance with ISO 340 and added to our range of Monster® elevator belts named “Polysur® type 275-K”. Click on the button below for the technical datasheet and the antistatic (ISO 284) and flame-retardant declaration (ISO 340).
Elevator belt and the corresponding test method
Produced elevator belt in compliance with ISO and DIN regulation: DIN 22104 and ISO 284:2012 governing the maximum electrical resistance of a elevator belt and the corresponding test method. The test is intended to ensure that the elevator belt is sufficiently conductive (not to exceed 3.10 -8 Ohm. Ω) to avoid the accumulation of electrical static charge which can be developed during service use.