Conveyor belts and assembly line processes have been used for hundreds of years, but they have become extremely specialized in recent years. So much so, that a new market has been created to fill the demand for custom belts and belt accessories. Allied Product Solutions uses polymers to fabricate commercial and industrial conveyor belts to fulfill any manufacturing and production need your business may have.
The first consideration with conveyor belts involves longevity. Conveyor belts tend to wear out easily, and when this happens your business is in line for interruptions, meaning profit loss. With a partnership with Allied Product Solutions, you don’t simply receive to a reliable source of fabrication for standard and custom conveyor belts, you also get a source of replacement and backup belts, right when you need them.
Because the manufacturing industry has become so specialized, industrial and commercial clients demand a wide variety of conveyor belts made with a variety of different materials. Whether you need standard belts for your industry, or custom belts for specialized processes, Allied Product Solutions can satisfy all of your business’s belting needs.
Here are some of the types of belts we can supply for various industry clients:
Lightweight Polyurethane belting
Heavy Rubber belting
High temp belting
Plastic modular belting
Hay baler conveyor belting
Sod harvester belts
Belting for sand, gravel, and concrete
Polyurethane Timing belts
Teflon Coated Fiberglass belting
Homogeneous Thermoplastic belting
Table Top Chain
Specialty Covered Timing belts
Our belts are different. Our design and R&D goal is to make sure your belts’ integrity is not keeping you up at night.
There are certain regulatory requirements that some industries need their conveyor belts to comply with, also. Certain food processors need to ensure that their belts are made from FDA-approved materials. There is also a safety factor at play. All of the conveyor belts that we fabricate for you at Allied Product Solutions are fully compliant with OSHA, so that you can protect the people working with them.