Conveyor Belts

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Cleated Conveyor Belts

Light Industrial Conveyor Belts

Rough Top Conveyor Belts

Food Conveyor Belts

Heavy Industrial Conveyor Belts

Metal Mesh Conveyor Belts

Plastic Modular Belts

Filter Belts

High Temperature Conveyor Belts

Technical Resources


Replacement conveyor belts & belting for every industry. Custom belts to fit your immediate needs. Factory’s, Food, Mills, Lumber, Grains, Mining, Aggregate, Coal

Whatever your company makes, moves or manages, MIPR Corp creates custom conveyor systems and conveyor belts you can count on. Our experienced team of proven engineering professionals successfully resolve complex conveyor belt challenges and implement smart, sustainable solutions in manufacturing, mining, shipping, fishing, food processing, supermarkets and transportation every single day.


MIPR Corp designs and manufactures custom conveyor systems for critical applications across a wide range of industries. From aggregate to airports, MIPR Corp crafts the conveyor solutions that move businesses forward—fast.

Conveyor Belting

MIPR Corp supplies and services the entire spectrum of belting for both standard and highly specialized applications. Our field-savvy engineering team helps clients choose, install and service the cleated, filter, food, heavy or light industrial, metal mesh, plastic modular and roughtop conveyor belts that keep their company running.

Used Belts

The exceptional quality of MIPR Corp conveyor belts lets customers choose used conveyor systems with confidence. We stand behind our used belts, so see how MIPR Corp-certified refurbished conveyor systems can save you money.

High-Temperature Belts

Not all conveyor belt manufacturers can take the heat like MIPR Corp. We design and manufacture innovative, high-tech conveyor solutions in fiberglass, metal, and silicone for heat processing, drying, U.V. coating, food processing and more.

Technical Resources

MIPR Corp has tackled the complex challenges of crafting the world’s best conveyor systems for over 30 years. From splicing to mechanical fasteners to specialty belts, see the breadth of knowledge, experience, and techniques our conveyor belt manufacturers can offer your application or industry.

MIPR Corp’s proven experience lets us respond quickly and accurately to customer questions. If you can’t find the answer you need in our convenient customer database, just call us. We can help.

MIPR Corp responds quickly, gets it right the first time, gets it done fast and gets you right back to work. No other conveyor belt manufacturers come close.


AS = Antistatic HD = Heavy Duty SOR = Super Oil Resistant
B = Bare LI = Light Impression WPHP  = Woven Polyester High Permeability
C = Cover MOR = Moderate Oil Resistant WPLP = Woven Polyester Low Permeability
COS = Cover On Side MSHA = Mine Safety Health Administration WPMP = Woven Polyester Medium Permeability
C/P = Cotton/Polyester Blend MSK = Mini Skim
CR = Cross Rigid PIW = (Per Inch Width) area 1 inch wide x 1 foot long
FBS = Friction Both Sides RC = Release Cover
FI = Fabric Impression SB = Slider Bed
FS = Friction Surface SC = Static Conductive
FR = Flame Resistant


Selecting the correct lacing option for your belt is critical.  MIPR Corp offers a variety of lacing styles and materials to meet the needs of every application.


Recessed Lace: Mechanical splice area is recessed below the belt surface.

Overflap: Mechanical lacing is installed below the belt surface and the top cover is separated from the belt carcass creating a flap over.  The cover can be glued down after installation.

Hidden Lace: Mechanical fasteners are installed below the belt cover to prevent the lace from contacting the product.

Finger Hinge Lace: Finger hinge lace is equipped with flexible, hinged plastic lacing, creating an easy, quick repair alternative to endless belts.  FHL requires the belt be made of PVC or polyurethane, have a thickness of .08″ to .263″, have a minimum belt length of 55″, and a maximum belt width of 40″.

Thermoplastic Hinge: Thermoplastic hinge lace is made with the same homogenous material as your belt.  This lace is welded to the belt and connect with a metal or nylon pin.  Nylon pins should be used when metal detectors are required. (This option is available for Volta products only.)


Endless splicing methods eliminate the need for hardware fasteners.  This fabrication technique is excellent for food processing and applications where products need to be handled with greater care.

Step Splice Belt: For belts with multiple plies.  Plies are separated and “stepped” to interlock with one another at the splice point.  Performed by experts in our fabrication facilities for quality assurance and appropriate curing time.

Skived Splice: A precision grinding technique is used to achieve uniform thickness at the splice point for a variety of applications.

Finger Splice: For thermoplastic, urethane and PVC belts.  A very durable splice that maintains a smooth belt surface throughout the splice area.  Multiple finger patterns are available to meet a variety of applications and system pulley sizes.

Endless-Prepared: We square and prepare the belt’s ends in our fabrication facilities for hot or cold cement bonding at the customer’s site. (Cement bonding kits with instructions are available.)

Double Finger Splice: Unlike a standard finger splice, fingers are cut from multiple plies, staggered, then fused together by heat and pressure to create a stronger, more flexible splice.

Stitched Reinforcement: Certain applications put unusual wear on splices and edges.  These areas can be strengthened with stitching.

Longitudinal Splicing: Very wide belts are created by longitudinally splicing two or more belts of narrower dimension.  Plies are expertly stepped and bonded in our fabrication facilities to create a uniformly smooth belt as wide as the application requires.  Ultra-wide belts can be made endless prior to shipping… or have ends prepared for field splicing. V-guides and other profiles can also be added.


Nylon core belts are commonly used on folder-gluer machines in the folding box industry.  Folder-gluer (“FG”) belts are antistatic with high friction, abrasion resistant NBR covers, and are non marking.  The information below shows the features and benefits.

Nylon Core Gray NBR Covers Both Sides – High-strength gray nylon core abrasion resistant NBR covers on both the top and bottom make this type of nylon core belt ideal for reliable conveying on heavier drives with no marking of product.

Features Benefits
  • Permanently antistatic
  • Less dust and dirt attraction
  • Different shore hardnesses
  • The right conveyor belt for each application
  • Different coefficients of friction
  • The appropriate strength for each application
  • A wide range of various surface types
  • The appropriate traction layer for each application
  • Made-to-order endless belt construction
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Cover has excellent abrasion resistance
  • Conveying of abrasive goods is possible
  • Custom holes, slots and grooves available
  • Application as vacuum feeder belt

Nylon Core Orange NBR Covers Both Sides – These “FG” types are commonly used on folder-gluer machines in the folding box industry.  They are antistatic and also are found on wood working and packaging machines.

Features Benefits
  • Permanently antistatic
  • Easy handling
  • NBR rubber top and bottom covers
  • Short machine downtimes
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • No marking of product
  • Constant coefficient of friction
  • Long belt life
  • Made-to-order endless belt construction
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Low sensitivity to humidity
  • High dimensional stability
  • Uniform longitudinal flexibility
  • Can handle small pulley diameter

Nylon Core Green NBR Covers Both Sides – Having high-strength nylon cores with abrasion resistant NBR top and bottom covers, these belts are ideal for high speed power transmission and general conveying applications.

Features Benefits
  • Permanently antistatic
  • Process reliability
  • Available for light, medium and heavy shock loads
  • Gentle treatment of conveyed product
  • Operates well on small pulleys and at higher speeds
  • No marking of product
  • Wide range of various belt structures
  • The right conveyor belt for each application
  • Made-to-order endless belt construction
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Low sensitivity to humidity
  • High dimensional stability
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Uniform longitudinal flexibility

Folder-gluer machines normally use three or more different types of nylon core belts.  These include feeder-type belts, folder-gluer belts, and traditional conveyor belts.  Each belt is designed for a specific use on the machine and made to handle either light, medium or heavy shock loads.


Feeder Belts – MIPR Corp manufactures a complete line of feeder belts for all of the common gravimetric and volumetric weigh feeders on the market.  Belts are available with or without flanges and bottom V-guides.  Flanges range from 1/2″ to 2″ tall and can be siped or notched for use on small diameter pulleys.  Corrugated sidewalls can be used when the feeder’s pulleys are too small for flanges or greater height is required for higher capacity feeders.  Standard feeder belts are vulcanized endless for a smooth long lasting splice.  Mechanical fasteners may also be used for quick change-outs and ease of installation.  Rubber covered “hidden” splices provide the smoothness of a vulcanized splice with the speed and ease of installation of a mechanical splice.  Many of the most common feeder belt specifications are made up in bulk rolls ready to be cut to length and spliced – greatly reducing both lead time and cost!  Flanges are available in standard 60 durometer, a softer 40 durometer for smaller pulleys and a variety of compounds to match the compound characteristics of the base belt.

Blast Cleaning Tumbling Belts – MIPR Corp’s tumbling belts for blast cleaning systems are available with a variety of hold patterns, cleat profiles and spacing.  Unique custom designs and industry standards utilize patented Thermocure bonding  process to permanently bond cleats and/or V-guides to the base belt.  A variety of cleat profiles assure the proper tumbling action.  Some of the more popular profiles include rounded, pyramid and rectangular shapes.

Magnetic Separator Belts – MIPR Corp’s magnetic separator belts revolve around a magnet suspended over a conveyor.  The magnet attracts unwanted metal from material being conveyed and pulls it to the surface of the magnetic separator belt.  With the help of rubber, urethane, or stainless steel cleats, the metal is transported out of the magnetic field and discharged into a collection area.  Magnetic separators requiring a belt are often referred to as self-cleaning and can be found in a number of industries, including coal handling, cement, recycling, food production, and many others.  These belts are available in compounds such as rubber, urethane and PVC.  MIPR Corp has more than 40 years experience in fabricating thousands of feet of magnetic separator belts.