Why Cold Vulcanizing Cements Are Important For The Repair Of Conveyor Belts

Ingwe Splicing & Maintenance is an organisation that is at the forefront of providing a comprehensive range of Conveyor Belt Splicing, Conveyor Belts, Pulley Lagging, Hot and Cold Splicing as well as other definitive services.

Cold vulcanizing is a process whereby the bonding agent causes a chemical reaction to ensure that there is a cross-connection between different monomer chains. This then ensures that the splices are created by the two distinct ends of the belts together.

The method of cold vulcanization essentially treats rubber with a bath or vapours of sulphur compounds. The exceptions for the vulcanization process include rubber cement, crepe-rubber soles as well as adhesive tape.

Ingwe Splicing & Maintenance ensures a sense of efficiency and reliability in a multitude of operations. The cold splicing operation can be used for majority of the conveyor belt applications such as low tension operations that do not convey hot materials.

Precision and efficiency is required when preparing the vulcanizing elements so as to prevent the potential possibility for contamination in the splicing area. The splicing in cold form requires warm conditions and low moisture to ensure that the cements work at the optimal productivity.

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