Cogged V Belts Archives

Cogged v belts are used for automobiles, trucks, buses, construction equipment and various accessory drive applications.

It has excellent heat, abrasion and deformation resistance, since it is used under severe load fluctuations and high temperatures inside the engine room.

The side of the cogged v belt is a special exposed rubber construction; the rubber is directly exposed to the pulley. Because of this, the belt has high grip power and does not slip, creating high power transmission abilities.

The belt base (inner surface) is a cogged v belt, which allows for low energy loss by bending, and adapts to small diameter pulleys. In addition, it also demonstrates stability with high speed rotation.

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Understanding V Belts

V belts have the highest power density of any V-belt. and stretch dramatically less than standard cross sections.

That’s why they’re ideal for use on problem drives requiring high-impact strength and load-carrying power. V-belts have the same cross section dimensions as the corresponding V belts and they meet RMA oil and heat resistance standards.

When incorporating V belts, it is important to evaluate the load capacity of V sheaves. The exceptional strength of V belts, combined with tough application environments, may require extra heavy-duty sheaves that can meet the challenge. We can design and manufacture a full array of sheaves to meet the specific needs of your application.

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Grade F rubber belt – Fire Resistant

Fire-resistant belting is usually used when transporting heated materials. Rubber has natural properties which can be ignited and burn.

Grade F rubber belt has added properties which increase the ignition temperature and increases resistance to fire.

An example of the use of Grade F rubber belts are at underground mines, coal mines and power stations. If a rubber conveyor belt were to catch underground, the smoke and air hazards could be potentially fatal, therefore fire-resistant belts are usually used to mitigate the risk.

Work at coal mines and power stations involve heat processes. Fire-resistant belts help to reduce the risk of the heated process causing the conveyor belt to ignite.

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Timing Belts: Application Examples

The classic example of a real life timing belt drive system is the timing belt/cam belt system that is present in most automobiles on roads all over the world. It’s not an understatement to say that the mobility of the modern world is largely made possible because of the efficient operation of robust automobile timing belts.

The toothed timing belts in automotive applications are high performance belts, typically comprised of special materials that coordinate the rotational motion of the engine crankshaft with the cam shaft. This coordinated precision is necessary in order ensure that the cam shafts open the intake/exhaust values of the engine combustion chambers at the precise moment of compression and/or expansion in the chamber in order to ensure the sustainable continuation of the combustion process within the engine. This coordinating function is the pacemaker of the engine, and is it’s not functioning properly, there can be no combustion.

These belts must maintain an extremely high level of synchronicity and must be able to perform under high rotational speeds of thousands of RPMs which can easily be seen during a typical driving profile. They also must be robust enough to be operated in extreme temperature ranges, wherever automobiles can be driven- from hot, arid deserts to wet, frigid tundra. The fatigue life of these belts must also be very high, possessing high wear resistance, so that the drive is able to operate safely for thousands of miles.

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V belt are the most commonly selected belts for power transmission. V belts provide the best combination of traction, speed transfer, drive load distribution, and long service life.

The belts are generally endless, and their general cross-section shape is trapezoidal or “V” shaped. The “V” shape of the belt tracks in a groove on a pulley or sheave. The V belt wedges into the groove as the load increases, the greater the load the greater the wedging action – creating power distribution and torque to whatever the V belt is operating.

V belt are most commonly rubber or polymer throughout or there may be fibers embedded in the rubber or polymer for strength and reinforcement. Below are the most common sizes, types and application.

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Standard Type General industrial transmission belts

The transmission belt is one of our latest development for heavy loading duty applications, where high torque transmission is required. Not does only it withstand shock loads easily, but special fabric allows slippage and avoids further damages in the complete power train.

The TRIPLEX™ is suitable for applications with small pulley diameters and provides higher coefficient of friction against the standard transmission belts. It is widely-used for its cost efficiency, availability, and its simplicity of replacement.

An exclusive transmission belt used for variable speed machines, it is used for continuous variable transmission with excellent flexibility and lateral pressure resistance. Can follow the speed changes smoothly, creating superior acceleration. Other than general industrial use, it’s provided for automatic transmission machines as well as used on applications like motorcycles and scooters.

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