Cotton fibre can be made from conventional or organic cotton. Due to a number of properties, cotton is commonly used. The material is hygroscopic, resistant to stretching. Cotton used primarily in the clothing industry finds significant application in other industries, to include:

  • banknotes,
  • coffee filters,
  • production of oil,
  • conveyor belts,
  • even for fishing nets, 
  • pharmaceutical, for the production of dressings and other hygienic materials.

Non-impregnated cotton belts (non-adhesive surface) are applied in the bakery industry, in particular in the raw dough kneading process. The operating temperature ranges from -30 to +180°C.

Cotton

GAMMA 15AR AS

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Specification:
Normal flexing [mm]: 70
Top cover finish: Impregnated fabric
Top cover hardness: -
Total thickness [mm]: 2,2
Working load 1% elong [N/mm]: 8
Cotton

GAMMA SW 40RF AS

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Specification:
Normal flexing [mm]: 100
Top cover finish: Impregnated SW fabric
Top cover hardness: -
Total thickness [mm]: 3,7
Working load 1% elong [N/mm]: 30
Cotton

GAMMA 350SW RR

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Specification:
Normal flexing [mm]: 150
Top cover finish:
Top cover hardness: -
Total thickness [mm]: 3,6
Working load 1% elong [N/mm]: 50
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