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Modulus is a measure of a conveyor belt’s resistance to stretching. The modulus of elasticity in tension, sometimes referred to as Young’s modulus, is defined as the ratio of the increment of unit stress to increment of unit deformation within the elastic limit. A list of conveyor belt modulus is provided below. The table below is a list of catalogue values, and should be used as a comparison for any calculated values of modulus vs the supplier listed actual values.
|Belt Class||Belt Type||Belt Modulus|
|400||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||2950|
|630||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||4200|
|500||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||3330|
|1000||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||6660|
|800||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||5330|
|1250||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||8330|
|1600||Steel cord reinforced conveyor belting||95800|
|1000||Textile-reinforced conveyor belting||10010|
Shiftbulk aims to improve the speed of design, detailing and purchasing of a conveyor system. It aims at reducing the complexity of sourcing equipment, specifying designs, generation and management of equipment lists and generally reducing the complexity of OEM product selection. Beta 0.9.01
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