In the world of industrial and automotive applications, there are various types of power transmission belts available, each with its own set of advantages and characteristics. Among them are the economical, quiet, and reliable V-belts, which are designed to meet all the standards for automotive and industrial use. V-belts offer precise, uniform, and quiet power transmission of medium to very large forces between pulleys in a relatively small space. Other popular options include the wedge belts, variator belts, and timing belts, each with its own unique features and benefits. Understanding the different types of power transmission belts available can help ensure optimal performance and efficiency in various applications.
The V-belt satisfies all standards for automotive and industrial use. It is characterized by low deformation (in accordance with standards) and resistance to mineral oils.
Delivery in antistatic version is possible.
The most commonly used belt on various pulleys and variators. It is used in textile, paper, ceramic industry, as well as in other branches. The variator belt is resistant to temperature, grease and oil and has antistatic properties.
Enables precise, even and quiet transmission of large forces between pulleys in a small space. Depending on the type, it is made of neoprene rubber and polyurethane.
Basic markings: Hr – Belt height (mm) Hz – Tooth height (mm) K – Center distance between teeth (mm) Angle – Tooth angle (°) Z – Length of tooth base (mm)