What is TRANSCO ?
A full range of conveyor products for the food industries in black and white rubber with various carcass constructions.
TRANSCO is one the European leader for the manufacture of conveyor and elevator belts for the bulk handling of materials in food and agricultural industries.
Manufactured in France
All our TRANSCO belts are made in our factory and headquarter in France.
A strong R&D department
TRANSCO is a technically innovative brand, fully committed to respecting international norms and standards.
In accordance with European regulations, TRANSCO belts are manufactured to EN 1935/2004 and are classed as safe for human and animal health.
Oil & Fat resistance
According to your requirements, TRANSCO belts can be medium oil resistant (MOR) or full nitrile oil and fat resistant (SOR).
The EN12882 standard (electrical safety and protection against flammability) combines ISO 284 standard which limits the electrostatic risk and ISO 340 standard for flame resistance.
TRANSCO belts fall into 2 categories:
- EN12882 – 2A category / DIN K : ISO 284 and ISO 340 with covers,
- EN12882 – 2B category / DIN S : ISO 284 and ISO 340 with and without covers.
The Cobra group is audited annually by INERIS for the manufacturing of fire safety EN12882 conveyor belts according to ATEX regulation 2014/34/UE. Safety category 2A conveyor belts are self-certified with manufacturing files submitted to INERIS.
The TRANSCO range of oil and fat resistant conveyor and elevator belts are suitable for handling sugar, cereals and oil-bearing plants.
The belts can be medium oil resistant (MOR) or full nitrile oil and fat resistant (SOR).
These belts are also available in fire safety categories EN12882 2A or 2B
The TRANSCO range of conveyor and elevator belts are suitable for industries requiring a high resistance to abrasive or acidic materials (eg: salt, beetroot …).
TRANSCO Round Baler belts can be delivered in full slab width or cut to individual machine requirements. Those belts are designed to be high speed, hardworking belts, subjected to the stresses of small drum diameters and the stresses of folding backwards and forwards. Round Baler belts are generally EP textile 3 plies construction with SBR cover to ensure maximum adherence to the belt guides and pulleys.