Fiber-Line™ Belt and Hose Reinforcements
Our Belt and Hose fiber portfolio includes a variety of twisted and corded products for reinforcement in drive/timing belts and hoses. These products have high-strength, low stretch, and excellent fatigue properties, and are properly torque-balanced for optimal performance.
Coated with Bondcoat ™ Adhesion Enhancing Coating to improve adhesion between fibers and substrates without impacting performance, our Belt and Hose products outperform untreated fibers and are designed to meet the unique requirements of these demanding applications.
Yarn is supplied on a variety of colored, embossed and/or slit cardboard tubes to meet your equipment needs. Plastic, wood, or metal reels are also available. Contact us with dimensions you require.
Lightweight, strong and durable, with good heat, flame and chemical resistanceLearn More
High strength and flexural fatigue resistance with minimal moisture absorptionLearn More
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|FG1905||Kevlar cord with Bondcoat adhesion promotion|
|FG1774||Untreated Vectran cord|
|FG1921||Kevlar cord with Bondcoat adhesion promotion|
|FG1876||Technora cord with Bondcoat adhesion promotion|
|**||Twisted carbon fiber cord with Bondcoat adhesion promotion|
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|Fiber-Line™ Performance Enhancing Coatings - Product Selection Guide||Product Selection Guide||Explore our variety of coatings that improve the performance of synthetic fibers||View|