The belting comes with squared or cut edges. The usual procedure involves treating the cut roll edges using a heat gun, followed by the application of a fast-drying red paint that is lead-based. In case there’s no need for this paint for any specific reason, this should be clearly mentioned during the enquiry phase. It’s worth noting that excluding the painted edges, primarily applied for cosmetic purposes, won’t impact the performance of the belting. However, it’s important to acknowledge that the paint does serve as a moisture barrier.