AISI 304 (Austenitic Stainless Steel)
AISI 304 contains 18% chrome and 8% nickel. Werkstoff no. 1.4301 18/8 CrNi (AISI 304) is non-magnetic in the entire recommended temperature range. The austenitic quality has a very high degree of corrosion resistance in oxidizing surroundings.
AISI 430 (Ferritic Stainless Steel)
AISI 430 contains 17,5% chrome. Werkstoff no. 1.4016 AISI 430 is slightly magnetic and the preferred choice for standard bottling industry applications.
NBWR (Non breakable wear resistant)
NBWR is material with extremely high impact strength and very good wear resistance. The material is resistant towards UV light and ozone cracking, which makes it suitable for outdoor applications. NBWR is a very good noise-absorbing material as well.
PA6 is a thermoplastic material. The combination of mechanical properties and chemical resistance makes this material suitable for many applications. PA6 has a high resistance to wear and dynamic loads. This material is primarily used for sprockets.
PA6-FR, Flame retardant polyamide is a fire restricting material used in surroundings where there is a danger of the chain being ignited. The PA6-FR material is rated as V-0 which is the best classification according to UL 94 standard to avoid burning.
PA6-GR, This PA6 is reinforced with glass fiber. PA6-GF will be the right solution where higher stiffness and higher strength are required, compared to standard PA6. The combination of mechanical properties and chemical resistance makes this material suitable for many applications. PA6 has a high resistance to wear and dynamic loads. PA6 also has a larger working temperature range.
PA6.6 is a thermoplastic material with many fine properties. The material has a high resistance to wear, high strength and great stiffness. Furthermore, polyamide has a wide temperature range.
PA6.6-GFH, is a special heat-stabilized PA6.6 with glass fiber reinforcement. The base material is still the PA6.6 with its important properties, as high strength and great stiffness. The base material has a high resistance to wear, and the glass fiber contributes to increase these properties. The unique PA6.6-GFH is heat resistant, and thus especially suitable for applications that are exposed to strong heat for extended time periods.
PA6.6-H, is a polyamide with the same properties as PA6.6. PA6.6-H improves upon PA6.6 in applications where higher temperature resistance is needed (e.g. shrink tunnels).
PBT has good friction and wear properties as well as excellent hardness and stiffness.
PBT-GR, Glass reinforced PBT is a material with an extremely high resistance to wear and heat.
PC is characterized by being extremely impact resistant, even at low temperatures. The natural colour of PC is grey.
Polyethylene is used in low temperature applications and where high impact resistance is required.
PE-I, PE with improved impact resistance.
PE-MI is a metal detectable polyethylene, which mainly are used in belts to increase food safety. Possible belt breakages might lead to product contamination, which can be detected by use of this material.
PK is a thermoplastic material with very good mechanical- and thermal properties. PK has very high elongation and impact strength as well as low coefficient of friction and excellent wear resistance. PK is resistant to a wide selection of chemicals and outperforms POM in certain applications. This grade of PK has high viscosity therewith a good impact strength compared to others semi-crystalline polymers.
POM-D polymers with self- lubricating components.
POM-DAS Antistatic POM with self-lubricating components is used in applications where you want to avoid build-up of the surface static electricity. POM-DAS is normally used for manrider belts avoid to discomfort due to static electricity; it can also be used in applications where sticking of products must be avoid. Eg. products wrapped in plastic foil.
POM-DI polymers with self-lubricating components and improved impact resistance.
POM-DI UV (Polyoxymethylene-DI UV)
POM-DI UV polymers with self-lubricating components, improved impact resistance and UV-A/B protected.
POM-DK is a reinforced POM polymer designed for applications where high wear resistance is needed and/or high conveyor speeds are required. The material is typically used for wear parts on sideflexing belts or in applications where very high wear resistance is required.
POM-EC - Electrically conductive POM.
POM-LF polymers with improved self-lubricating components.
POM-LFI polymers with improved self-lubricating components and improved impact resistance.
POM-MD is a metal detectable POM, which mainly are used for belts to increase food safety. Possible belt breakages might lead to product contamination, which can be detected by use of this material.
POM-NL polymers with no lubricant suitable for applications where one wants to ensure that lubricity is not interferring with either the product adhesion bonding or alterring the chemical nature of the product.
POM-NLAS A non-lubricated antistatic POM, used in applications where static electricity must be avoid, due to human comfort, but where lubricants must be avoid, due to specific processes.
POM-S polymers that contain low noise components, mainly used for the new uni Snap Link® without pins.
POM-SI High impact-resistant POM polymers that contain low noise components, mainly used for the new uni Snap Link® without pins.
POM-SLF polymers with self-lubricating additives to obtain the lowest possible coefficient of friction.
POM-SX polymers with self-lubricating components. POM-SX will be the right solution where lower friction, higher load and lower noise (compared to standard POM) are required. POM-SX will mainly be used for high load capacity uni Snap Link® without pins
POM-XRD is an X-ray detectable polyoxymethylene, which mainly are used in belts to increase food safety. Possible belt breakages might lead to product contamination, which can be detected by use of this material. POM-XRD is especially suitable for products were the food packaging is metalliferous, like tinfoil and metal lids.
POX-FR is flame retardant material with high strength and very good wear resistance. The POX-FR material is B1 fire rated according to DIN 4102, for some products.
POX-FREC is a relatively strong material with both flame retardant and electrically conductive properties. The material holds a surface resistivity of 1 x 103 Ohm according to IEC60093/ASTM D257 and it is V0 rated according to UL94 at 3 mm.
PP is a thermoplastic material with very good chemical resistance properties. PP is an economical material for applications with high temperatures.
PP-AR glass filled homopolymer that is an acid resistant material which is used where very high chemical resistance is required.
PP-FREC is a PP based compound with both flame retardant and electrically conductive properties. The material holds a surface resistivity of 1 x 103 Ohm according to IEC60093/ASTM D257 and it is V0 rated according to UL94 at 3.2 mm.
PP-HW is a PP which contains additives that reduce decomposition of olefinic material over time due to oxidization caused by metal ions in hot water applications like blanchers and cookers.
PP-I, PP with improved impact resistance and improved properties at low temperatures. Use of PP-I in hot water (max. 60 °C) should be avoided.
PP-MI is a metal detectable PP, which mainly are used for belts to increase food safety. Possible belt breakages might lead to product contamination, which then can be detected by use of this material.
PVDF is characterized by an especially high chemical resistance. Furthermore, PVDF has high wear resistance and good friction properties.
S1045 (Special hardened Steel)
S1045 contains 0,45% carbon. Werkstoff no. 1.4016 S1045 is magnetic and has a hardness of 36 – 39 HRC. Product are through hardened. S1045 is not FDA approved.
S420 35 (Carbon Steel)
S420 35 is magnetic and has a yield strength of 420 MPa.