Belt Technologies News
As metal belts rapidly grow in popularity and importance, the spotlight has grown on Belt Technologies and our PureSteel® products. The Newsroom keeps you up-to-date on the leading-edge trends, daily news, feature stories and articles, topical blogs, events and more.
The world is going green with various methods to lower harmful emissions, and Belt Technologies Inc. is providing a crucial service for vehicle battery manufacturers as their demands shift from lead acid to electric.
Belt Technologies Inc has been using sophisticated technology and innovative processes to produce metal conveyor belts, metal timing belts, and pulleys for new and existing conveyor systems for a range of industries, including food processing, more than 50 years.
Bloomberg forecasts that electric vehicles (EVs) will be less expensive to produce than conventional fossil-fuel powered vehicles by 2027. Learn how we’re helping vehicle manufacturers build better batteries for EVs in this article in Easy Engineering, as well as the properties and benefits metal belts offer for this unique and sophisticated process.
What new products are we introducing? How was our company impacted by the pandemic? Find out answers to these questions and more in this Easy Engineering International piece.
For more than 10,000 years, producing tamales has been tedious and time-consuming, until now, thanks to an inventive team of senior design engineers at California State University Long Beach and custom metal belt manufacturer, Belt Technologies, Inc.
Single-layer metal belts are stronger than plastics or rubber belts but they can lack the strength and durability to handle applications involving heavy lifting and repetitive motions. In these cases, multi-layered metal belts are a better choice. Find out which will benefit your next design or application.
Conveyor belts date back to the end of the 18th Century, when they were hand-operated and made from leather belts and wooden beds. Over the years, technological advances have introduced new power sources such as steam and electricity, and new materials to belt design.
Snack Food and Wholesale Bakery spoke to Denis Gagnon, CEO, Belt Technologies, about steel belts and robotics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Shelby Report article discusses how warehouse and grocery sector robotics, powered by steel belt technologies, have kept industries and supply chains running during this extended period of crisis.
With widespread coronavirus concerns, there is a stronger demand than ever for safer, more hygienic practices to reduce food processing contamination.