The strength of steel

Texsteel is reinforced with aramid synthetic fibers to provide longer belt life under extreme conditions. It has greater rip, tear and impact resistance, and superior load support and durability. This leading-edge belt creates energy savings with its lightweight construction, and it cuts downtime with faster splicing versus steel cord belts.

Its advanced design is engineered for exceptionally dependable service in demanding applications. Aggregate and industrial operations have learned to expect this from Continental—the leader in bulk material handling conveyor belting.

Markets Applications Cover Compounds
  • Aggregates
  • Cement
  • Coal
  • Hard Rock
  • Power Generation
  • Steel Production
  • Mainlines
  • Overland Belts
  • Ship Loader
  • Any High Abuse Applications
  • Defender Series
  • Stacker Series
  • Survivor Series
  • Eco Series
  • Solar-Shield Series
  • Gold Series
  • Shield Series

Features & Benefits


High tension capabilities

Texsteel’s superior strength capability allows for the conveyance of higher belt tension in a single-ply reinforcement.

Limited take-up travel

Limited take-up travel

Texsteel’s low elongation characteristics (0.3%) make Texsteel the natural choice when available take-up space is limited. This allows for installation of lower cost take-up systems.

High abuse resistance

High abuse resistance

In conjunction with Continentals high abuse resistance compounds, Texsteel offers greater rip, tear and impact resistance versus conventional multi-ply constructions.


Texsteel’s high strength yet lightweight construction reduces energy consumption.

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