3-Ply 6″ Baler Belt, Conveyor Thresher Belting, High Quality Texture Top Belt Priced By the Foot
Our 6″ Baler Belt is 5.6 mm thick and Priced By the Foot ~ You May Order as Many Feet as You Want
Three Ply refers to the layers of fabric sandwiched by the layers of rubber. Three-ply belting is stronger and stiffer and wears longer than two-ply belting.
Always use the same ply of belt as the ply of the belt that is used on the original machine.
Please Note: Do not mix different ply belts on a machine. This will create an unequal load situation and the baler may not perform properly.
Also Note: Also use the belt with the surface texture that matches the texture used on the original equipment belt.
If you try to use a smooth or flat-textured belt on a machine designed to use an aggressive, rough-surface belt, the machine will not perform as designed. And vice versa, if a machine is designed for a smooth belt and a more aggressive, rough-surface belt is used, the equipment may be unable to handle the crop volume and plug frequently.
Occasionally, because of crop conditions, it may be necessary to use a more aggressive, rougher surface belt. In this situation, move up only one step in aggressiveness.
You may also want to order Clipper Lacers with Galvanized Round Hook & Pin to secure two pieces of belting together.
BALER, THRESHER AND CONVEYOR BELTING
Our belting is manufactured from premium quality materials and vulcanized under extreme heat and pressure, so it won’t shrink, rot, or mildew. The belts will withstand the extreme flexing common on large round balers. The highly stable fabric used in the manufacturing of the belts prevents premature failure caused by belt stretching.
Our baler, thresher and conveyor belts are manufactured to meet the demands of today’s high-density balers. All belts stretch to some degree with time and use, and adjustments to the machine are necessary. To ensure even tension throughout the machine, it is better to replace the entire set of belts whenever any replacement is necessary.
However, if in an emergency situation it is necessary to replace less than a full set, the remaining belts should be measured and the replacement belt(s) cut accordingly.