Our sidewall belt conveyor designs are the result of decades of experience building dry bulk material handling equipment. Cambelt manufactures corrugated sidewall conveyor belts to meet the challenges of a wide variety of applications. We proudly manufacture all our corrugated conveyor systems in the USA utilizing our unique and patented one-piece sidewall conveyor belts. Our sidewall belt conveyor design sets the standard for durability as we produce the base belt, the sidewall, and the cleat or nubs as a single homogenous belt—no gluing or vulcanizing! Cambelt guarantees that our rugged, one-piece, homogeneously cured products will not delaminate. Whatever the incline, whatever the material, we have the right conveyor for the job.
- General Purpose (Black)
- MSHA Approved (Black)
- Oil & Fat Resistant (Black)
- Heat Resistant (Black)
- Flame Retardant (Black)
- Conductive (Black)
- Food Grade Natural Rubber (White)
- Food Grade Oil & Far Resistant (White)
Cambelt’s Original high incline belt is where we got our name – Cambelt. Our Cambelt line of conveyor belts are the smallest belts we make, with a 1” banner sidewall with a nubbed or finger interior.
- 6 inch
- 12 inch
- 24 inch
Capable of transporting material at inclines up to 70°
Designed to operate on slider beds at speeds of 800 feet per minute
CamFlex are nubbed or finger style belts capable of inclines of 65 – 70° depending on material type. Nubs and sidewalls are monolithically molded with base carcass to form a single homogenous belt creating ultimate adhesion strength.
Corrugated sidewall belts are available with sidewalls from 1 ½”, 3”, 4 ½”, and 6” in most configurations
- 9 inch
- 18 inch
- up to 60 inch (in 6 inch increments)
Designed to operate on slider bed or idlers at speeds up to 800 fpm, minimum speeds maybe required to carry material up incline
CamWall are corrugated sidewall conveyor belts with or without cleats designed for reversing conveyors and inclines up to 90°. Sidewall cleated belt conveyors are monolithically molded with base carcass to form a single homogenous belt creating ultimate adhesion strength. Depending on materials, buckets may not be required, and cleats may be designed to carry materials.
Corrugated sidewall belts are available with sidewalls of 3”, 4 ½”, and 6” with 0”, 3” and 6” recess
18 inch – 60 inch (in 6 inch increments)
Designed to operate on idlers at speeds up to 250 -300 fpm
Chevron and Cleated Belts
At angles of incline in the 15-to-25-degree range, the chevron or straight cleated conveyor belting offers increased carrying capability at a very reasonable cost. Fully molded in one homogeneous piece, they provide excellent service life even under rugged conditions.
Custom Engineered Belts
Cambelt operates its own rubber molding presses, capable of manufacturing a variety of rubber molding products. We can provide custom rubber belting as wide as 5′ and as long as 18′ per heat.
Choosing the Correct Belt for Your Conveyor
Like most industrial or commercial equipment, corrugated belts come in various designs to suit the needs of various industries. When determining which corrugated conveyor systems to buy, a considerable amount of the purchasing process should be spent focusing on the needs of your specific operations. Considerations include:
Product or Material
Knowing the particular product or material that will be conveyed is essential in determining the best belt system for the job at hand. The specific needs of your product will help you choose whether you need a belt system with an incline, with cleats or numbs, or whether it will need to be resistant to extreme temperatures.
The style of belt used to transport goods from point A to point B will look quite different than a conveyor that’s used for indexing, positioning, or specialty process. You may want to consider a step above the basic belt for timed or specialty procedures.
Lastly, when choosing a corrugated belt conveyor, think about where it will be in use. Will it be in a temperature-controlled warehouse? Or will it be outdoors or in extreme temperatures? Some belts may be better equipped to handle adverse climates than others.
If you have any questions about our corrugated sidewall conveyor belts, talk to one of our consultants today.