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Run hotter loads longer

Handles loads up to 750oF (400oC)


Superior Abrasion Resistance
Lower Cost-Per-Tonnage
Reliable Vulcanized Splices
Manufactured to Width

50 Years of research gets you 750oF


Hamaheat High Heat Belts
For decades plants like yours have been forced to cope with conveyor belts that
quickly crack and blister under high heat conditions. The resulting carry-back,
clean-up and maintenance costs have been a constant problem.
Finally, a new breed of belt is changing all that.
Over half a century of research and development has produced a belt with
advanced construction, providing durability under extreme material temperatures
as high as 750oF (400oC). The Hamaheat Belt gives you superior abrasion
resistance in severe conditions, the lowest cost-per-tonnage and the best ROI
in the business.

Proprietary polymer and


adhesion technology
allows you to run
hotter loads for longer
time periods.

F rom less downtime and


dramatically longer belt
life to reliable splices
and reduced maintenance
hours spent, Hamaheat
belts have allowed us to
use our resources more
efficiently for over five
years now. To say that
Hamaheat has made a
big improvement to our
operation would be an
understatement.
~K
 en Upchurch,
Maintenance Supervisor
TXI Midlothian Cement

Breakthroughs in heat tolerance, abrasion resistance and splice adhesion


properties have been industry-proven throughout the world in cement plants, lime
kilns, potash manufacturing, foundries, coke oven plants, iron ore pelletizing and
other high heat applications. Shouldnt you be getting this kind of performance,
durability and results from your belt?

Advanced construction withstands heat up to 750oF (400oC)


Hamaheat belts resist hardening and cracking while carrying fine or coarse
loads up to 750oF (400oC)*. Laboratory tests show that in high-heat conditions
Hamaheat belts maintain cover tensile strength almost five times greater than the
two leading brands. Improved cover performance under extreme heat extends the
life of your belt while minimizing material carry-back. Clean-up and maintenance
costs associated with premature cracking & blistering are greatly diminished.
Hamaheat belts resist the cupping and/or curling tendency of typical high-temp
belts allowing for better belt tracking and reduced edge damage. All while
enhancing the overall safety of your operation.
*Maintaining a belt surface temperature under 400oF will maximize belt life.

of performance.
Superior abrasion resistance
under extreme conditions
In comparison with conventional leading brand
high-heat EPDM belts, Hamaheat belts show
significantly less cover loss in abrasion tests
(DIN 53516). (See top graph.)

Lowest cost-per-tonnage and best ROI


In side-by-side tests with conventional EPDM
high-heat belts, Hamaheat belts lasted
significantly longer carrying a wide variety of
high-heat materials. The Hamaheat advantage
gives you greater peace-of-mind and
optimum ROI.

Vulcanized splices remain intact


for the life of your belt
Hamaheat adhesion values actually increase
with heat so you can count on splices to last
the life of your belt when properly vulcanized.
Hamaheat belts eliminate the need for
mechanical splices, allowing you to take
advantage of belt cleaners and further reduce
the cost cycle associated with carry-back
material and clean-up.

Side-by-side comparison
LEADING
BRAND A

LEADING
BRAND B

HAMAHEAT
S-100

LEADING
100 BRAND A

LEADING
BRAND B

HAMAHEAT
S-100

Index = 100

Index = 100

Top cover DIN abrasion test:


less is better

88
100
45

88

Measures volume loss of cover rubber.


25

50

75

100

125

= less abrasion resistance.

45

25

50

75

100

125

100
172
640

100

200

300

400

500

600

Contact us for a thorough consultation


to match the right belt for your operation.

Test methods: 365oF (180oC) after 168 hours operation.

Elongation/elasticity of cover rubber is


important to belt performance and service
life. Competitors EPDM belts rapidly
deteriorate under high temps. Hamaheats
cover rubbers retain elasticity. Result:
700 maximum performance and service life.
Test methods: 365oF (180oC) after 168 hours operation.

Top cover tensile strength:


100
92
420

100

200

300

400

Extreme-heat carcass design


Hamaheats extreme heat technology
strength starts at the core. The carcass is
made from a proprietary fabric and dipping
process that resists delamination and
flexural fatigue.

150

Top cover % elongation at break:

Run true with molded edges


manufactured to width
Conventional high-heat belts are often slit
from wider rolls. Thats why its not uncommon
for belts to have some camber, requiring more
time to train initially. In contrast, Hamaheat
belts are manufactured to width with molded
edges so you never get a hooked belt. Theyre
good to go from the moment theyre installed.
And they continue to perform like no other belt
on the market.

150 Higher number (more volume loss)

Maintaining tensile strength of cover


rubber is important to a belts performance
and service life. Competitors EPDM belts
quickly weaken under high temps. Not
Hamaheat cover rubbers.

500 Test methods: 365oF (180oC) after 168 hours operation.

Top cover to ply adhesion:


100
333
633

100

200

300

400

500

600

Adhesion from cover to ply and from ply


to ply is critical to extending belt life and
performance. High adhesion ensures
splice integrity and resistance to flexural
fatigue. Hamaheat outperforms.

700 Test methods: 302oF (150oC) after 168 hours operation.

HAMAHEAT by Yokohama

From our customers


 n our most extreme
O
high-heat clinker belts
we simply havent had
anything last as long
and perform as good
as Hamaheat belts.
~ Dennis Davis,
Maintenance Planner, CEMEX

V ulcanized splices that last the


life of the belt, less wear and tear
on the system from carry-back,
increased belt life, and savings on
maintenance man-hours are the
main benefits we have realized
using Hamaheat belts.
~ Tony Guettner,
Maintenance Superintendent, Capitol Cement

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NOTICE: Yokohama Rubber Company (YRC) supplies data, specifications and test results, both verbal and written, as a service to our customers.
As operating conditions and conveyor designs vary from system to system, no representation or warranty is made by YRC that the representative
data, specifications or test data provided herein are applicable to any specific or individual system.
Hamaheat is a registered trademark of the Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd.