Step Splices

Depending on the type of belt and application our specialists can recommend either a bias or 90° angle.

Finger Splices

Both single finger and double finger can be done either on a bias or 90° angle.

Skived Splices

This method is used primarily on joining non-woven and transmission belts but can be also used for joining some monofilament and needled products.

Plastic Spiral Lacing

Plastic spiral lacing is the ideal joining method for applications where the belts cannot be installed endless on the machine and traditional metal lacing cannot be used (i.e. microwave drying ovens, metal detector applications …).

Metal Lacing

Allows for quick and easy installation of the belts on the machine. There are many ways to lace a belt, including recessed, hidden and overlap.

Longitudinal Splicing

If the width of the standard belt is less than what is required, two or more belts can be longitudinally joined.

Stitching Endless

It is the preferred joining method for most solid woven belts (i.e. cotton, polyester or Kevlar …). We can also stitch cleats onto the belt.