Konveyör Bant

Konveyör Bant

Solid Woven

Jointing of Solid Woven Belting

Fenner Dunlop solid woven conveyor belting can be joined in two ways, either by hot vulcanised finger splicing or by the use of mechanical fasteners.



Conventional vulcanising presses are used for this process, in conjunction with a variety of polymeric jointing materials developed for maximum joint efficiency. This type of splice enables good quality joints to be made with strengths approaching that of the parent belt. Hot vulcanising offers certain advantages, including: 

The highest joint strength possible 

A reduced risk of tearing at the splice area 

A smooth joint area for superior performance under scrapers, 

ploughs, deflectors and minimal impact over pulleys and idlers 

Operation through automatic weighing devices and 

magnetic separators 

Reduced maintenance 

Resistance to moisture and harmful chemicals 

Superior resistance to abrasion 

Easier cleaning 

Reduced spillage 


The thick, high textile content of the solid woven carcass, combined with the superior PVC impregnation produced by our unique process, gives excellent fastener holding properties. A wide range of fasteners including Mato, Goro, Titan and Flexco are suitable for use with solid woven conveyor belting. Mechanical fasteners are appropriate in conditions where: 

Belts are replaced frequently 

Belts and conveyors are extended regularly 

Emergency jointing or repairs are required 

Take up travel is limited