Vacuum Conveyor Belt / Air suction Belt

Vacuum Conveyor Steel Belt: 0.3t x 280w x 2380L C-C: 1000mm


There are suction holes in the belt. By the air flow caused by the blower, paper and films are sucked on the belts. Once they are sucked, their positions are fixed, ready for process like printing, inspection, or cutting.

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Features and benefits

  • Belt material is perforated and then welded. Under room temperature perforated metal belts do not elongate like plastic or rubber belts.
  • Due to vacuum and our welding technology, belt surface is remarkably flat so as to run under the ink jet heat. The belt surface fluctuates in the range of 0.08mm and less in the vacuum conveyor above.
  • Thin materials like papers and films stay on the belt. They do not fly away nor move on the belt. Yet they can be conveyed in high speed like 100m/min. This helps camera inspection, printing, or other continuous process.
  • Inclined conveyance is possible like the picture below. When vacuum is working on the returning side, works stay on the returning side.



  • Tension is not applied on thin films once they are on this belt. Tensile stress in X and Y direction is free.
  • Curls of paper and films are adjusted by vacuum. They become relatively flat.
  • No lubricant. The belt rotates by is driven by friction transmission with pulleys.



  • Inkjet printing and screen printing
  • Continuous image inspection of films, paper, metal foils, electrodes, substrates, and battery material including all solid-state rechargeable batteries.
  • Film and sheet cutting stage.
  • Cleaning process. Battery materials and FPC are cut in required forms and go to cleaning process. They are fixed on the vacuum belt while air blow or brushes clean particles in them.
  • Transportation of small bean-shaped and tubular parts
    If there is a flat face in these parts, they are fixed and conveyed on this belt.