GMT is among the leading belt grinder manufacturers in India.
Belt Grinding Machines achieve rates of high production efficiency, quality finish and economy which cannot be achieved by any other method of grinding or polishing. For example, by changing grit sizes, a machine may be converted from a heavy duty grinder to a fine micropolisher.
Belt grinding machines can be adopted for semi-automatic or fully automatic working. Further, in most applications, belt grinding imposes less strain on the workpiece when compared to other forms of grinding. Cracking, burning etc, do not occur during the process of belt grinding.
Classification of Belt Grinding Machines
Abrasive belt grinding machines are usually classified by the surface that forms the backing of the coated abrasive at the work area. This backing has an important effect on the material removal rate and on the finish. The backing governs choice of contact pressure, the angle of cut and the speed of operation.
All our machine models are similar in construction. A coated abrasive belt runs over two pulleys - one driving pulley one idler pulley. There is provision to prevent the belt from 'walking' or 'running' off the pulleys.
Belt Grinding Machines may be broadly classified according to the backing used as :