Goodyear Engineered Products Plylon is a poly/nylon reinforced conveyor belt that provides an economical alternative to Plylon Plus® in less-demanding applications.
Increase efficiency and decrease downtime by installing Goodyear Engineered Products Wood Sawyer Plus or Wood Sawyer conveyor belts. Their outstanding service life results in the wood industry's lowest cost per ton. In the long run, that means carving out a better bottom line.
Goodyear Engineered Products XTRA-GRIP™ conveyor belting provides increased material transfer inclines of five degrees or more due to its 1/4" high Chevron ribbed pattern versus conventional smooth belting. XTRA-GRIP is available in either 2-ply 250 PIW or 3-ply 375 PIW nylon/nylon abuse resistant construction.
Goodyear Engineered Products Solar-Shield heat belt is offered with Nylon/Nylon, Polyester/Nylon and Fiberglass fabric reinforcements. It offers high performance in extreme hot material applications. The fiberglass option offers the highest degree of burn-through resistance of any current available fabric reinforcement. With Solar-Shield conveyor belting, you'll get confidence to run at higher temperatures, longer life in standard heat applications, and less downtime - which means more uptime.
This rugged fabric reinforced conveyor belt withstands high abuse applications. It’s made with a revolutionary patented* Triple-Warp weave design, holds up to the most demanding applications, and delivers the lowest cost-per-ton with unsurpassed system savings.
Goodyear produced the world’s first steel cord belt in 1942 and today remains at the forefront of steel cord belt innovation. To better service customers worldwide, Flexsteel belting is produced on seven production lines in five countries on four continents.
Preform™ Patented Splice Technology Improves Splice Strength, and Saves Time!
There have been significant technical advancements in steel cord belt splicing in the past several years. Goodyear Engineered Products' patented Preform splices provide improved splice efficiency, along with reduced splice time, and improved performance. This means more dollars in your pocket.