However, not all baler belting is created equal. Different types of belting have different properties, and understanding these differences is essential to selecting the right baler belting for your needs. In this guide, we’ll explore the various types of baler belting, their benefits, and tips for proper maintenance.
There are two main types of baler belting: round baler belting and square baler belting. Round baler belting is used for round bales, while square baler belting is used for square bales.
Round baler belting is typically made from materials like polyester, nylon, and polypropylene. These materials are strong, durable, and resistant to wear and tear. Square baler belting, on the other hand, is typically made from materials like synthetic rubber, polyurethane, and PVC. These materials are also strong and durable, but they are more flexible than the materials used for round baler belting.
Maintenance Tips: To ensure that your baler belting continues to function effectively, it’s essential to perform regular maintenance. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
Conclusion: Baler belting is an essential component of agricultural operations, and selecting the right type of belting for your needs is critical to achieving optimal results. By understanding the benefits of different types of baler belting and following proper maintenance procedures, you can ensure that your baler belting continues to function effectively for years to come.
** Please note our belts are between 5.2mm and 5.6mm We recommend you check your current baler belt thickness before ordering. If your belt is not the same, then we recommend you do not purchase it. Once manufactured we cannot offer a refund. This is because our belts are bespoke and are made to order.
The belts are sold on the understanding they will be fitted by an experienced and knowledgeable installer. It is imperative that the Mato fastener is joined in such a way as to ensure the edges of both ends are perfectly parallel and in line. It is also critical that the belts are not over-tensioned. If any of the above are not adhered to, this can cause the belts to prematurely fail, track off, or bow. **
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