Rubber Blanket and Refurbishment of Rubber belt

Rubber Blanket and Refurbishment of Rubber belt

Rubber Blanket

Rubber Blanket and Refurbishment of Rubber belt

We manufacture Rubber Belts for a controlled compressive shrinking process. We ensure a high degree of performance with longer working life, minimal maintenance at a real convincing economical equation.



  • Inside circumference: 3962 mm
  • Usual Thickness: 50, 67, 70 and 72 mm
  • Thickness Tolerence: +2 mm / -1 mm (without tension on the belt)
  • Width Tolerence: +20 mm / -10 mm (without tension on the belt)


  •  Available in two primary durometer readings to suit specific applications:
  • Rubber Belt (38+/-3 ShA) – is specifically designed for applications requiring maximum shrinkage such as denim.
  • The lower durometer belt offers better recoil and a better grip on the fabric to enable greater shrinkage. This extra shrinkage is obtainable with less rubber belt compression. This translates into longer life and reduced cost.
  •  Rubber Belt (39-41 Shore A) – is ideal for all-purpose applications where high shrinkage and “hand” fabrics are run.


  •  2.58″ (67 mm) – is typically used to shrink medium to heavyweight fabrics.
  • 2″ (51 mm) – is used primarily to impart a softness or “hand” to fabric; with light to medium weight fabrics; and on “Comfit” machines to shrink knitted fabrics.
  •  Customers’ special requests are accepted.


  • Rubber Belts are manufactured with the latest technology with extreme quality checks.
  • Superior Manufacturing Process helps to eliminate air pockets and blisters.
  •  Better Resistance to Cracking and Tearing.
  •  Better resistance to Stretching.
  • Inner Surface – Exceptionally smooth to resist abrasion.
  •  Ensures less accidental damage to Rubber Belt during inspection and unloading.


  • We have a refurbishing process to utilize the used belt and to convert it into a new Belt. With the same performance and durability.
  • Normally, utilizing 25% to 30% of the thickness of the material, the belt becomes non-usable. It truly ensures about 50% downing of the cost, even after considering transportation cost.