Conveyor belts composed of stainless steel eye links put on cross rods. These rods are welded on both sides. This conveyor belt's edges are generally formed by two or more rows of plate links. They may incorporate reinforced mesh and/or lateral chain edges.
If needed, the wire links and plate links can be assembled by electro-welded rods (CMG-VE), providing a wider surface but highly resistant.
Eye link belts are positively driven. The specially grooved rolls act as the belt engine and return rolls in the belt's running direction. Therefore, preventing the belt from slipping.
Other properties of these belts are as follows:
- Easiness to clean and hardness to clog.
- Capacity to work at temperatures as high as 650º C.
- Possibility of incorporate side plates and/or flights.