There are 34 names in this directory beginning with the letter D.
Any combination of numbers, letters, symbols, or other methods used by a manufacturer to identify the date of manufacture.
A board or plate at an angle across the path of a belt traveling over a flat surface to transfer material off the belt.
A yarn sizing system for continuous filament synthetic fibers on the basis of the weight in grams of 9000 meters of the yarn.
The ratio of the mass of a body to its volume or the mass per unit volume of the substance. For ordinary practical purposes, density and specific gravity may be regarded as equivalent.
The length of a straight line from the periphery passing through the geometric center to the other side of the periphery of an object.
The measure of electric potential strength of a rubber product. Measure of its ability as an insulating compound to resist passage of a disruptive discharge produced by an electric stress. Measured as volts per mil of thickness.
A thin coat on a surface obtained by dipping the material to be coated into the coating materials.
Double plate bolt fastener
Two ends of belting joined together with a plate on both sides across both ends of the joint.
A numerical factor used for calculating the belt minimum slack side tension required for a given driving condition and or configuration.
Drive snubbed pulley
An non-driven pulley located close to the drive pulley to provide a greater arc of contact around the drive pulley.
Drive-on hinged fastener
Two ends of belting joined together with a pre-packaged fastener assembly having prongs for driving through the belt end.
Drive-on plate fastener
Two ends of belting joined with a single plate, across the top cover joint, with rivets or sharp teeth clinched over on the bottom cover side of the belting.
The omission of a reinforcing ply for a specified distance from each edge. Usually the bottom or next to bottom ply in flat conveyor belting.
A tern applied to a wide range of medium and heavyweight fabrics, commonly made of cotton, including the heaviest and strongest of all, single-woven fabrics. There are three main types number duck, army-type duck and flat duck.
An arbitrary numerical value which measures the resistance to penetration of the indentor point of the durometer. Value may be taken immediately or after a very short specified time.
A short section of belting mechanically spliced into a length of belting and removed when the take-up allowance is exceeded.
Loss in properties of a material when continually subjected to flexing and or cyclic stress.