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WHERE TO USE HRP?


We recommend using HRP, High Resistant Polyurethane, in industries where it is really necessary. So where is it really necessary, you ask? Read further on.







1. LUMBER SAWMILLS


For lumber sawmills with a high production volume, we have planer slow down belts. HRP wears out gum covered belts ratio 1:3 , so that's a good reason to consider HRP, right?


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2. METAL PARTS MANUFACTURER


As a metal parts manufacturer, you may have a metal stamping conveyor or a tumble blast machine that requires a belt. Your belt comes in contact with cutting oil, is gauged and cut with sharp corners, and due to all that, heavily worn.

Xonnoz HRP metal stamping belts wear out a regular PVC covered belt by 5:1 and rubber belts by 3:1. No cover delamination thanks to a carcass that is saturated with polyurethane.

No more tear(s)!



3. RECYCLING INDUSTRY

You might have a Eddy Current Separator system at your production site. The HRP belting is high abrasion resistant, as well as it sidewalls and T-cleats. Tears and punctures can be easily repaired with hot air gun and weld rod.

Recycling means increasing lifespan of materials, so why would't you try?



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3. FLOORING INDUSTRY


We encounter die cutting presses in the flooring industry, carpet, laminate or vinyl. Thanks to the significant cut resistance of HRP, it is a cost effective solution. Xonnoz HRP die cutting belts have a 2 - 3 times longer lifespan than a classic die cutting belt. We kid you not!



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Of course HRP is also used in other industries, such as printing industry, automotive, finishing industry, etc. Basically any industry where die cutting presses, metal stamping conveyors, Eddy Current Separator systems and tumble blasts are used.

These belts fit on various brands of machinery such as Schoen + sandt, Costa, ...

If you have a longterm way of thinking, it will benefit your budget, production time and quality.



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