Chevron conveyor belts improve conveyor productivity by preventing the roll back of materials when operating on steep inclines.

Our range of chevron conveyor belts are designed to improve operational efficiency and throughput of material when you’re conveying on an angle greater than 18 degrees.



Benefits of Chevron Conveyor Belts

Chevron conveyor belts are specially designed to cope with the frequent flexing required during use. As well as preventing the rollback of materials, they save space (due to a smaller footprint), increase carrying capacity, provide a reduction in structural and power consumption costs, reduce spillage and material loss, and have a flexible belt construction that can wrap around small pulleys.

Largest stockist in WA

We have over 8km of chevron conveyor belting onsite and readily available. As the largest stockist in WA, we have a variety of profiles available to suit a wide range of applications. They also come with wear-resistant covers and cleats to provide a high service life. Popular profiles are outlined in the table below:

ProfileBelt WidthCleat WidthCleat HeightUses
Sergeant350-900mm 350-900mm6mmLow to moderate inclines.
V-Cleat450-1200mm385-750mm15mmGood all-round performance for moderate inclines.
Bull Horn1200-1600mm1000mm25mmHeavy industrial applications with inclines over 28 degrees. Suitable for lump sizes up to 30mm.
Multi-V1830mm1830mm6mmLow to moderate inclines with a high-speed output.


Chevron conveyor belts are commonly used in stone aggregate handling, limestone conveying in cement plants, scrap handling and wood chips. They’re also used in agriculture for conveying grain or canola seeds.

Find out more about our Chevron Belts

Contact our sales team on +61 8 9370 5577 or enquire here for more information about our chevron belts.

Product Specifications

Common WidthsRefer to Technical Information Sections
Belt Length Range‘L’-160m, ‘H’-120m
Carcass Variety AvailableEP
Common Belt Rating200 to 800 KN/M
No. of Plies2ply to 4ply
Rubber Cover GradesN / M / SAR / HR / OR
Rubber Cover ThicknessMin. 3.0mm top and 1.5mm bottom or bare back
Surface FinishCleat on top Covers only
EdgeCut or Moulded Edge
Splicing MethodHot Splice / Cold Splice / Mechanical Splice