Various types of Round Wire Mesh belting are available, including but not limited to:
Balanced belting – an economical weave with high tensile strength and minimal tendency to track to either side of the drive pulley. These features make the balanced belt a most suitable belt for many applications.
Double-Balanced – consisting of pairs of interlaced right- and left-hand spirals, suitable for ambient medium- and high-temperature applications.
Compound Balance – this belt has right-and left-hand spirals fitted closely together for a smooth, dense weave. It is excellent for conveying very fine or small products, as well as unstable or top-heavy items. The compound balanced belt is used extensively in baking cookies, crackers, and snack foods.
Gratex – similar to balanced belting except that the spirals are more closely wound, with a straight rod connector, producing a stronger, semi-closed mesh ideal for carrying small parts and heavy loads.
Duplex – a close mesh with a smooth carrying surface, most efficient for carrying small parts or parts that would be marked by a more open mesh. Woven in pairs of spirals, each pair is turned into the preceding pair and reinforced with a rod through the hinging point, Duplex belting has high strength.