We also frequently have steel cable conveyor belting. This is heavier than the rubber belt mentioned above. Instead of having multiple layers of rubber, this scrap belting has steel cables running length-wise through the interior of the rubber belting. The cables are about the diameter of a pencil. This steel serves as an anchor for the belting and makes it extra durable when it is laid on the ground.
Construction Mats – Gaskets and Die-Cut Product – Horse Stall Mats – Cow Stall Mats – Dog Kennel Mats – Truck Bed Liners – Horse Trailer Flooring – Mud Flaps – Snow Plow Guard – Anti Fatigue Mats – Athletic Mats – Dock Bumpers – Windbreaks – Drum Mats – Erosion Fencing – SnowCat Tracks – Grain Pit Covers – Doggie Doors
1)Cut completely through all plies of rubber one one edge
2)Position blade at an angle so it can cut the entire thickness of the belting
3)With one hand across the width of the belt, pull back the piece you’ve cut with your free hand
**PLEASE NOTE: If you try to score the conveyor belting at 1/16″ at a time, you’re in for a very long process and one very tired arm!