Serving OEMs and end users of metal conveyor belts since 1979
Hughes Industrial Sales was founded in 1979 primarily selling Metal Conveyor Belts to OEM’s and Manufacturing plants. We have since grown to supply many other styles of belting while maintaining a high level of expertise when it comes to Replacement Metal Conveyor Belts.
Hughes Industrial Sales can help supply your manufacturing facility with the right Replacement Metal Conveyor Belt at the best available pricing and lead times. Replacement Metal Conveyor Belts styles we are able to help with are in the chart below. Flat Wire and Wire Mesh belts can either be sprocket or friction driven.
Metal Conveyor Belts
Replacement Metal Conveyor Belts come in a variety of materials to ensure you are provided with the most sanitary and/or durable belt depending on your application. Metal Belt materials available are listed below. Give us a call today to discuss your Metal Conveyor Belt and the options available to you!
- Galvanized Steel
- Low Carbon Galvanized Steel
- C1050 High Carbon Steel
- T-201 Stainless Steel
- T-304 Stainless Steel
- T-316 Stainless Steel
- Iconel 601
Advantages of Metal Conveyor Belts
Metal Belts are great for environments where sanitation is of the utmost importance. With stainless steel metal conveyor belting, you can easily wash down and sanitize your belt while doing little to no harm to the metal.
Whether you have an application operating in very low or very high temperatures, a metal belt can withstand both with ease. If you are in a food processing application, you can use your Metal Conveyor Belt to cook or cool your product, while maintaining the belts structural integrity.
As listed above, Metal Conveyor Belts are used in many different industries. By letting us know what industry you are in, we can help you source the right replacement Metal Conveyor Belt at the best pricing and lead times.
Metal Conveyor Belts are extremely tough belts. They can be used in rough applications where heavy materials drop on them repeatedly, while staying intact. As you can see in the photos, this is a process where a metal belt has fresh, extremely hot forged spikes being dropped on it and letting them cool off.