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What are some materials for heat-resistant conveyor belts

1. Acrylic rubber
Acrylic rubber, as a commonly used rubber material, has excellent high temperature performance. Compared with ordinary EPDM rubber, acrylic rubber has superior performance and can be used in a high temperature environment of 180℃ for a long period of time. Acrylic rubber has good performance. The disadvantage is that the manufacturing process is messy and it is unreasonable to make large-scale conveyor belts because the vulcanization speed of TCY is too fast and the burning time is short. However, if you choose oleate vulcanization, the physical and mechanical properties are low, and secondary vulcanization processing requirements High, but this will affect the power generation of manufacturers.
2. Fluorine rubber
The conveyor belt made of fluoroelastomer can withstand a high temperature of 220°C. It is one of the best materials among all the original materials. However, due to its high price and poor bonding performance, it is impossible to fill a lot, and requires secondary vulcanization, and the process is complicated, so it is rarely used for conveyor belts.

3. EWP rubber
As a new type of heat-resistant conveyor belt rubber material, its polymer is EVA (Vinyl Ethyl Acetate), which is similar to acrylic rubber in terms of high temperature and medium performance, and the price is almost the same as domestic acrylic rubber. Excellent performance, can be filled multiple times, and has excellent bonding properties. It has good development prospects in the manufacture of rubber heat-resistant conveyor belts.
4. Connect carbon EPDM rubber
EPDM rubber is a rubber material developed by United Carbon Fiber Corporation. It is made of carbon black coated EPDM rubber. The high temperature performance of EPDM rubber is obviously better than that of ordinary EPDM rubber. It can maintain good temperature conditions at 180°C, and has excellent physical and mechanical properties and a good price. One of the major characteristics of carbon EPDM rubber is that the colloid is granular, looser, and has fast power. The disadvantage is that it has poor bonding performance and cannot be filled with a large amount of carbon black.