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The primary products manufactured by Belting Industries are used in what is generally described as office equipment. The most common application of our belts in these units is for fractional horsepower drives and/or transport documents, often at the same time.

Markets that manufacture office equipment that Belting Industries sells are represented in the fields of:

ATM’s, check sorters and optical character readers are a few of the units manufactured for use by the banking industry. Banking must count and sort currency, credit card slips and mail statements. All aspects of the business involve paper handling, timing, feed and light duty power transmission. Every type of belt from flat, round, rubber covered feed belts, foam belts, timing belts and film belts could be involved in some part of the process.Often long paper paths involve many different sizes of semi-stretch belts on fixed center drives to transport paper documents from one part of the machine to the next stage.
Mail Handling
Processing and sorting mail is all about sorting paper in the form of envelopes. Complex units barcode, scab and sort thousands of documents per hour. These Units are similar to banking units in that they require every possible type of belt to move the mail, feed documents from stacks, drive the unit, synchronize functions within units and between machines.
Printing & Imaging
Feeding documents for printing units usually involves flat belts to move documents along a paper that through the unit but also timing belts for drive and synchronization as well as rubber belts or covered flat and/or timing belts to feed documents.

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.

Imaging has been important to medicine since the x-ray was developed but today images can also be electronic. In either film or electronic form there is a need to transmit and often print those images.
Document Feed
Paper documents whether they be checks, currency, tickets, retail receipts or mail are the typical product transported, picked, fed, sorted, read and printed. Documents must move from station to station in a machine while they are being processed. Since the advent of the barcode, many documents are picked off one at a time both to be read and coded and then sorted by the barcode so they reach the correct location. Mail is the most obvious example but even currency is fed and “read” by automatic teller machines (ATM) so that it can be dispensed in the correct amounts or received and stored in the correct locations.
In today’s world almost any product can be vended to the potential buyer or user. Vending requires special belts to select and move product but also timing belts to synchronize functions and drive as well as bill acceptor units with flat belts and or timing belts to accept payment and make changes.

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.

While the textile industry had declined in the West, it is still a key industry for the industrialized world. Many new developments in both the aerospace and biomedical fields depend on modern textile technology. Belts have always been a critical part of the various stages in processing raw or synthetic fiber into a final and usable form.

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.

Because belts are made of a wide assortment of materials with different hardness levels can be ground to rough or smooth finishes they are ideal for use in polishing. From surgical steel to glass surfaces, belts can either be used as the direct contact surface or as a base for the application of abrasive materials.
Window Manufacturing
The different processes used to make windows require flat, timing, covered timing, cleated belts and rollers to handle not only the glass but to permit the installation of the sealing material to create multiple pane windows for energy efficiency. High temperature flat belts that have good release surfaces with adhesive sealants are a critical part for manufacturers
Computer Peripherals
“Computer peripherals” is, like office equipment, a catchall term. Printers are peripheral as are components and the production of those components—wafer manufacturing, the polishing of wafers, circuit board production and information storage and retrieval units. All of these units potentially use specialized belts both as drive belts and as transport belts. Belts can play an integral part in polishing wafers.