Kevlar, Aramid, Nomex Ropes And Beltings
We are the manufacturers and exporters of Ropes and Beltings (webbings) in Kevlar, Aramid, Nomex, Nylon, Cotton, PP, Linen and Polyester Yarns.
Kevlar ropes are used in construction, marine contexts and even for consumer recreational purposes. They are used as mooring lines for ships and recreational watercraft, as furniture components, as hauling utilities and for a host of other purposes. Kevlar cables are strong enough to support the weight of suspension footbridges; Kevlar rope has more strength pound-for-pound than steel. These ropes feature low elasticity, high strength, high chemical resistance and are easy to splice. Some other applications of Kevlar rope include mine sweep cables, riser tensioners, moorings on oil rigs, winch lines for utility trucks, helicopter slings, oil containment booms and the lift lines of light-duty cranes.
Kevlar ropes and cords are just one example of the many kinds of synthetic and natural cordage. Cord materials are chosen based on the demands of their applications, and because there are so many contexts in which cords and ropes are applied, a wide range of cord compositions and configurations is available to accommodate them. The two main rope configurations are braided and twisted. Braided rope features several interwoven strands of fibers for added strength and durability. It is very difficult for braided ropes to become unwound, making them a popular choice in demanding applications involving high amounts of stress. The other main rope variety is twisted rope, which features several strands of rope wound around each other. This configuration is often sufficient even for demanding applications, as the tightness of rope winding can keep many twisted rope varieties from becoming unraveled. Ropes are available in natural and synthetic compositions. Natural rope varieties include manila rope, cotton rope and many other examples. Other synthetic varieties include nylon, polyethylene and many others. Kevlar is among the strongest of all fiber varieties, making it very popular for demanding applications.
Ropes are very important industrial utilities, and they have many uses in commercial and consumer products contexts as well. Particularly inmarine contexts, ropes are essential for securing watercraft to docks, and they can also be important in securing cargo on ships. The largest ships as well as the smallest recreational watercraft must all be secured when in port or when docked. In marine contexts, braided rope is used almost exclusively because of its strength. Docked watercraft are almost always pushed or pulled by currents, which flow with variable intensity and can at times be very strong. In order to withstand the constant pulling caused by currents, mooring lines and mooring ropes must be strong enough to withstand frequently changing tensions as well as demanding weather conditions and constant exposure to moisture.
Three general categories of braided rope construction exist, including diamond braid with a core, diamond braid with a hollow braid (without a core), and solid braid. Diamond braided rope is manufactured by weaving ends of yarn over and under in the same fashion as a maypole. When a core is present, braided rope cannot be spliced. When no core exists, the rope is referred to as a hollow braid. The greatest benefit of hollow braided rope is its ability to be spliced. If both the rope and the core are braided, the rope is known as braid-on-braid, or double braid. This type is the strongest and most expensive of all rope. Solid braid is very firm, round, and tightly woven with a special lock-stitch construction that prevents unraveling when cut or torn. Solid braided rope stands up especially well to chafing of blocks and pulleys. However, it cannot be spliced. Different rope compositions offer different qualities. Polypropylene rope, for example, floats on water, making it particularly useful for the docking of small, recreational watercraft; if accidentally dropped into water, a polypropylene rope will not sink. Other fibers offer varying qualities of buoyancy, strength, mold resistance, heat resistance and other important characteristics. Selecting the correct rope composition in advance of the rope's application is essential.
100 % Nylon Bucket Elevator & Dryer Belts for Rice mills:
These we are manufacturing in 100% nylon and giving a chemical coating to avoid wear and tare and for better life. These belts are giving 5 to 6 years life. These belts can be used for bucket elevators (for rice mills, doll mills, iron, agriculture etc).
These are also used for dryer elevators and for transmission in rice mills. All over India we are supplying
Width:2” to 40”.
Length:10’to 300’ (50 mtrs. or 100 mtrs. rolls).
Thickness:4 mm to 25 mm