CONTI ® Conveyor Belts


CONTI Conveyor Belts

The economic alternative for the horizontal and vertical transport .

As a result of the general trend toward a more human working environment and in the interest of rendering traction mechanisms less maintenance intensive

– if not completely maintenance free –

special transport belts have been developed for the automotive industry and other application areas with similar needs.

The advantages these offer over traditional traction mechanisms – like chains or cables – are the following:

  • Quieter operation
  • Greater wear resistance
  • Little or no maintenance requirement
  • Invulnerability to overload
  • Rubber absorption for health care
  • Long service life
  • Joltless operation


What’s more, steel cables enjoy an edge over textiles in the following respects:

  • Minimal elastic and plastic elongation (“creep”)
  • High dynamic strength – right down to the belt splice
  • Easy controllability, thanks to nondestructive inspection methods and equipment that allow for constant verification of the condition of the cables.

 Application areas:

CONTI® Conveyor Belts transport longitudinally,

  • Laterally and vertically:
  • Passenger car body shells or truck cabs on skids
  • Partially assembled passenger cars on assembly platforms
  • Finished passenger cars on their own wheels
  • Workers at assembly lines
  • Pallets and skeleton containers used in material
  • Flow and warehouse operations

Type of Conveyor belts

Skid sliding belts: Skids are moved on belts in dual arrangement,sliding along a flat surface and moving perpendicular to the longitudinal axis.

Skid-queuing belts: Arranged singly, they convey and queue up skids.

Supporting belts: Used in single or dual arrangement for longitudinal conveyance of skids or platforms.

Track belts: Operating in dual arrangement, these belts transport finished passenger cars on it’s own wheels in a longitudinal direction. Belts can be equipped with wheel stoppers.

Worker conveyor belts: In single or multiple arrangement, these belts slide along a flat surface, transporting workers, skid-mounted vehicle bodies, finished passenger cars etc.

Lifting belts: usually arranged in pairs, they lift and lower evenly distributed loads