There are 31 names in this directory beginning with the letter L.
An elevator joint where one end of the belt laps over the other end with the leading edge on the bucket side.
A seam made by placing the edge of one piece of material extending flat over the edge of the second piece of material.
Offset of pulleys, idlers, or structure from a design longitudinal reference line.
An open mesh fabric in which the warp yarns are held by the filling yarns with the filling yarns twisted around alternating warp yarns in opposite direction.
A laboratory procedure used to determine the resistance of rubber article to a specific set of destructive forces or conditions.
Light weight belt
A belt with a rated maximum working tension of less than 160 pounds per inch width.
A separator, usually cloth, plastic film, or paper, used to prevent adjacent layers of material from sticking together.
A series of rolls over which objects are moved by application of power to all or some of the rolls.
The ability of a fully loaded conveyor belt to bridge the idler gap without creasing into the idler gap and carry material without excessive sag between the carrying idler pulleys.
A selvage formed by having the filling loop around a catch cord or wire, which is later withdrawn, leaving small loops along the edge of the cloth.
Low temperature flexibility
The ability of belting to be bent or flexed at low temperatures without loss of serviceability.