Flat Wire Belting



The flat wire belt is a continuous assembly of flat wire pickets connected by straight round wire inserted through positioned holes. It has a smooth carrying surface which makes it popular in the canning and food processing industries, as well as the drying, freezing, washing, and parts transfer processes.


  • Smooth flat surface.
  • Positive sprocket drive.
  • Easy replacement of damaged or worn sections.
  • Open mesh for easy drainage, airflow, and cleaning.
  • Economical versus woven wire belts.

Mesh Sizes Available:

  • Standard Duty: 1/2 x 1, 1 x 1, 1/2 x 1/2 true, 1/2 x 1 modified, 3/4 x 1.
  • Heavy Duty: 1/2 x 1, 1 x 1, 1/2 x 1 modified.

Materials available: Galvanized, High Carbon Steel, 304ss, and 316ss.

Sprockets available for both standard and heavy duty belting in cast iron, stainless steel, and plastic UHMW materials.

* Also available are flangeless sprockets in c-1045 hardened steel.

A fabric consisting of alternating left and right hand spirals, which are joined together with the insertion of a crimp rod.


The belts are used to secure an absolute straight drive, provide additional strength, and obtain positive speed control.


A fabric consisting of precision Balanced Weave belting used to carry light to medium loads.


Positive Drive Pin Rolls and Sprockets are precisely machined drive components that are circumferentially surfaced with rows of teeth.