Markets that manufacture office equipment that Belting Industries sells are represented in the fields of:
Printing & Imaging
Of course today many printing units take the form of xerography type units or “imaging” which encompasses feeding, printing and copying. Imaging can use large film belts as well as smaller unsupported stretch/elastic belts operating in sets on common shafts to move letter and legal sized paper through the machine. These often work in conjunction with rollers. Timing belts are used at the ends of shafts to drive and synchronize functions in the machine.
The medical field is broad but in the modern world the entire field has come to reply on machines as a critical part of diagnostics and treatment of patients. Many of these belts are special or custom made for the unique machines that have been developed. Precision and the need for sterile environment often means metal belts are among the first options.
Some businesses have discovered that vending is the proper way to re-supply their own network of stores. Computers accept orders and instruct large vending units to dispense specific quantities of goods from a central warehouse. Internal to some stores where certain items must be kept secure, vending can be a method to dispense and track goods. Belts play a key role in these electro-mechanical devices by performing multiple functions.
Belting Industries manufacturers round braided endless belts of 100% Nomex® for heat setting yarns on Suessen and Savio machines. Flat woven endless belts are used to drive twisters such as Volkmann/ Sauer and Verdol machines. Flat woven belts are also on the Ingolstadt/ Schuber & Salzer/ Rieter/ Sauer and open ended spinning units as the combing rollers belt and the Barmag and Murata texturizers and various units as spindle drive belts.