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The world

standard in
quality and
reliability
Dunlop FERROFLEX conveyor belts.
The cost-effective solution to a
wide range of demands.
Tensile strengths available from
500 N/mm up to 2000 N/mm
Wide range of widths available,
from 500 up to 2200mm
High quality cover compounds suitable
for -60C up to +400C, fire resistant,
oil, grease and abrasion resistant
Low elongation 0.25% at 10% of the
normal tensile strength
High impact and tear resistance due
to dense steel cord carcass
Small pulley diameters

FE0108E

Excellent availability from stock

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The highly versatile Dunlop Ferroflex belt is a tried and tested
carcass construction with particularly good low elongation
characteristics and is used wherever tensile strength and cover
grade qualities need to be adaptable to meet the prevailing service
conditions. This applies to all areas of bulk material handling,
particularly with demanding long distance applications and under
high impact conditions in a wide cross-section of industries.
There are two Ferroflex constructions available - FIW and FSW.
Both have a tension layer composed of longitudinal steel cords
through which power transmission is effected. The FIW carcass has
a single transversal layer of steel cords on top of the longitudinal
steel cords, whereas the FSW has two transversal layers of steel
cords situated at both sides of the longitudinal steel cords. The
transverse steel cords reinforce the belt and also protect against
impact and tears, providing excellent reliability and durability.
The FSW construction is particularly suitable for elevator belts
especially for use in the cement industry in combination with the
heat resistant Delahete cover grade quality. The FSW reinforced
belt can be supplied with cable free zones to make the installation
of buckets and fasteners easier and to create a dynamically
stronger endless belt. Both constructions are available in all
Dunlop cover qualities.
Unrivalled technical support and guidance
When you buy from Dunlop you get more than just quality conveyor
belts because we have one of the largest, most experienced and
highly trained teams of conveyor belt specialists and application
engineers in the industry.
Dunlop provides an unrivalled level of customer service - visiting our
customers on-site, providing advice, guidance and practical support
including: Site visits and surveys

Belt calculation services

Technical training (on-site and Dunlop based)

Splice training

Trouble shooting and problem solving

In-house research, testing and development

After-sales support
24/7 helpline +31 (0) 512 585 555
Our 24-hour Helpline means that we are never more than a
phone call away when our customers need our help or advice.
This service is extremely well supported by our extensive
network of highly reputable Dunlop Authorised Distributors,
Vulcanisers and Approved Agents.

FERRoflex

ferroflex

Technical INFORMATION

the extensive ferroflex product range


Pulley diameters*

Belt
type

Carcass
thickness
(mm)

Carcass
weight
(kg/m2)

A
(mm)

B
(mm)

F 500 IW
SW
F 630 IW
SW
F 800 IW
SW
F 1000 IW
SW
F 1250 IW
SW
F 1600 IW
SW
F 2000 SW

3.2
4.7
3.2
4.7
4.5
5.4
4.5
5.4
6.0
7.1
6.0
7.1
7.1

5.7
7.3
5.9
8.1
8.6
9.5
9.3
10.4
12.2
13.2
13.5
14.6
16.0

500
500
500
500
630
630
630
630
800
800
800
800
800

400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
630
630
630
630
630

Max. belt width (mm) for satisfactory load


support with material density of t/m3 : **

C
(mm)

Min.
width**
(mm)

<0.75

0.75-1.5

1.5-2.5

2.5-3.2

315
315
315
315
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400

500
800
500
800
650
800
650
800
800
1000
800
1000
1000

1600
2200
1600
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200

1400
2000
1400
2000
2000
2200
2000
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200

1200
1800
1200
1800
1800
2000
1800
2000
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200

1000
1600
1000
1600
1600
1800
1600
1800
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200

Explanation:
To determine the total belt thickness:
Add the sum of the covers to the carcass thickness.

* Diameter for belt-loads from 60% up to 100%.


For lower loads a smaller diameter can also be suitable.

To determine the belt-weight per square metre


(excluding fire resistant belts for which other weights apply):
Multiply the sum of the covers by 1.15 and add the result to the
carcass weight.

** The load support of a belt is a factor of the belt width, belt strength and bulk
material density. The table indicates the limits for correct load support, based
on three idlers of the same length set at 30.

We are here to help!


If you have any concerns or questions, please call our
Application Engineering Department on +31 (0) 512 585 555

A wide range of cover qualities


All Dunlop cover qualities are anti-static according to EN 20284
Dunlop cover quality

Din
quality

Abrasion
Resistant

RA
RS
RE

Y
W
X

Heat
Resistant

Betahete
Deltahete

Oil and fat


Resistant
Fire
Resistant

en/iso
quality

D
D
H

Permissible temp.C *
Base
min.
cont.
peak polymer
Ambient Material Material

Technical features
Application area

-30
-40
-40

80
80
80

100
90
90

SBR
NR/SBR
NR

T
T

-20
-20

150
200

170
400

SBR
EPDM

ROS

-20

80

120

NBR

Oil and fat resistant for products containing mineral oils.

BVX

S**

-20

80

90

SBR

Fire resistant for the transport of inflammable and explosive materials such as coal
dust etc. According to EN 20340. Suitable for hazardous zones according to ATEX 95.

* For elevator belts other values apply. For low ambient


temperatures please ask for information regarding our
Coldstar range.

High abrasion resistance for normal service conditions.


Extra wear resistance to meet the demands of conveying highly abrasive materials.
Excellent resistance to cuts, impact, abrasion and gouging resulting from large
lump sizes of heavy, sharp materials and high drop heights.
Heat resistant for materials at moderate temperatures.
Superior heat resistant for heavy duty service conditions, up to 400C for a short
period(coke, clinker etc.)

** S = fire-resistant with or without covers.


Other cover grade qualities for special
applications are available upon request.

All data and recommendations in this brochure have been supplied to the best of our knowledge, as accurately as possible and updated to reflect the most recent technological developments.
Some products may have been rendered obsolete in the light of more recent technological developments. We cannot accept any responsibility for recommendations based solely on this brochure.

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