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We offer...


  • On or off-site installation and vulcanization.

  • On-site vulcanization up to 72" wide. 

  • Cleating, V-guide and corrugated sidewall

  • In house custom slitting to any width up to 72" wide

  • Elevator bucket belt punching and installation.

  • Chute lining installation.

  • Mechanical fastener installation. 

  • Pulley lagging and repair.

  • Detailed belt surveys with accompanying recommendations. 

One experienced crew member examining a finger splice job on a conveyor belt installation on-site, mounds of aggregate and rocks in the background with extended conveyor belt system visable.



At Virginia Carolina Belting we understand the importance of the material handling systems to the smooth operation of your facility. The old saying "Time is Money" is an understatement when your systems are down. That is where we can help. Virginia Carolina Belting has been serving this area of the country since 1983. Our staff has over 130 combined years of experience.
Our staff is fully MSHA and OSHA safety trained and certified. 


New conveyor belts' splice work comes with a 1-year warranty.



Virginia Carolina Belting has the crews and equipment to string, install, vulcanize or fasten, and wind up most any belt, big or small. Our crews have seen almost every situation that can shut a facility down, and they know how to fix it. Wherever the noise, abrasion, impact, sticking or bridging is a problem, VC Belting has the solution. 

Three members of the installation and vulcanizing crews for conveyor belt installation on-site services from Virginia Carolina belting, showing a finger-splice being lifted and installed at a customer's aggregate site.
Pulley Lagging Service


Virginia Carolina Belting regularly re-lags customer pulleys with press cured rubber lagging (diamond or smooth) ceramic, and weld-on. Vulcanized under 20 tons of pressure, our lagging cannot "glaze" over, so it maintains it's high coefficient of friction during the entire life of the rubber.


Our factory trained technicians strip the old rubber, prepare and prime the pulley, and cold vulcanize the rubber using methods which substantially exceed OEM adhesions. This gives you significantly longer service life than original OEM rubber lagging. It's available in both 1/2" and 1" rubber thickness.  

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