Industrial Teflon Conveyor for PVC Curing

Teflon conveyor offers high heat resistance, high tensile strength and excellent release properties, applied in a wide range of industries like textile, rubber, food and plastic industry.
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Industrial Teflon Conveyor for PVC Curing

Teflon conveyor offers high heat resistance, high tensile strength and excellent release properties, applied in a wide range of industries like textile, rubber, food and plastic industry.

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Types of Teflon conveyor

● Teflon conveyor belts made by heavy duty PTFE coated fiberglass

This belt is made by thick PTFE coated fabric like 0.40mm, 0.55mm, 0.65mm, 0.90mm and 1mm material, Mutiflon customize edge reinforcement and joint if customer needed. This heat belt is mainly used for food baking and PVC backing carpet curing.

● Teflon mesh conveyor belt

Teflon mesh belt is using Teflon mesh to cut into different size, then make edge and joint to finish a customized belt. The belt is widely used for packaging, printing, drying, cooling and food baking.

● Teflon belts band sealer

This Teflon conveyor is normally called heat sealing belt, as its name implies, the belt is mainly used for heat sealing. The typical application is for napkin side sealing, we use our 9035AJ which is smooth surface to make into belt with overlap joint, then punch some tracking buttons along the edge. Mutiflon will make the joint part as thin as possible in order to improve heat transfer. Seamless Teflon belt is also available if needed


Mutiflon is professional at customize different kinds of Teflon belts, but some distributor or end user customer need to make the joint by themself, then Mutiflon have all the necessary accessories for you and guiding instructions.


Necessary tools needed to make teflon conveyor belt

1. Iron heat sealer - Used to heat the overlap joint

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2. FEP film - Used as adhesive to bond the joint or edge reinforcement

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3. PTFE guide or Kevlar guide - Sewed along the edge to act as tracking guide

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