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Rema Tip Top introduce REMAREP ULTRA 10 ‘Black’


Ultra-fast conveyor belt repair solution now available for major damage as well as minor repairs

IN 2020, Rema Tip Top launched REMAREP ULTRA 10, a two-component repair material that significantly speeds up the repair of minor damage to conveyor belts. As of now, the product is available in a black version in significantly larger 1,500ml cartridges designed for major repairs.

The two-component repair paste REMAREP ULTRA 10 ‘Black’ made of solvent-free PU in the new cartridge size helps to significantly reduce repair time, especially for major damage to conveyor belts as well as to PU, PVC, and elastomer components.

With this new product, Rema Tip Top are responding to the high demand from customers who are already successfully using the red 210ml cartridges and require an equally reliable solution for larger conveyor belt repairs. A battery gun is used for easy and efficient application.

Like REMAREP ULTRA 10 for minor repairs, the new repair system for major defects is said to offer exceptionally fast curing: at 24°C, the hardness averages 65 Shore A after 15 minutes, and a repaired conveyor belt can be loaded after 60 minutes.

REMAREP ULTRA 10 ‘Black’ offers similar wear properties as the original belt material and is resistant to UV radiation, oil, and diesel fuel. The main applications of the repair compound are in conveyor belt repair, for example in case of damage to cover plates and longitudinal cracks in the conveyor belt, and in sealing punctures on belts.

In addition to the repair of conveyor belts, the REMAREP ULTRA 10 repair material is particularly suitable for filling joints in rubber linings and for cosmetic repairs to PU, PVC, and elastomer components. The repair can be done either by trained Rema Tip Top service personnel or by qualified personnel at the plant operator’s site.

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