Joining Methods

Threaded Joint Clips

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Non-Threaded (Riveted) Joint Clips

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Lap Joint

Lap joints are available in 2, 3 and 4 pitch configurations. Lap joints are considered one of the more economical joining methods, providing high strength while maintaining most of the belts flexibility. Rods can be threaded, fastened, or backing plate used for large diameter sprockets.

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Skive Joint and Vulcanized

Skive joints are considered to be the strongest and most flexible joining method available. Made to end with same width of belt to accommodate small diameter sprockets. Skive joints are typically made in a 6 pitch configuration. Rods can be threaded or fastened.

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