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  • Flat Belts
    Flat rubber belts were developed around the turn of the century primarily as replacements for leather belts. With the advent of V-belts, fewer machines were designed to use flat belts, and their production became largely a matter of supplying replacement parts. Recent developments in flat-belt
  • Selecting Flat Belts
  • V-Ribbed Belts
    The V-ribbed concept combines some of the best features of flat belts and V-belts. It employs what is essentially a flat belt with a series of V-shaped ribs running the length of the belt on the driving surface. These thin belts operate efficiently and can run at high speed. But even more important
  • Classical Multiple V-Belts
    In addition to the flat leather and fabric belts used in belt drives of the early 1900s, industry used hemp or wire rope running in grooved pulleys. These rope systems inspired development of the rubber V-belt, which first appeared in the 1920s. V-belts make use of a wedging action between belt
  • White Paper Download: Belt and Chain Drives
    Flat belts find considerable usage in applications requiring small pulley diameters, high belt surface speeds, low noise levels, low weight and inertia. They cannot be used where absolute synchronization between pulleys must be maintained because they rely on friction for their proper functioning
  • White Paper Download: Belt and Chain Drives
    Flat belts find considerable usage in applications requiring small pulley diameters, high belt surface speeds, low noise levels, low weight and inertia. They cannot be used where absolute synchronization between pulleys must be maintained because they rely on friction for their proper functioning
  • Flat Power Transmission Belting
    positioned side by side with a varying amount of space between them. In many instances the belts will hold the materials being transported between a top and bottom belt to prevent the conveyed product from slipping or skewing while being transported at high speeds. In other instances the belts may
  • Basic Belt Design Criteria
    to be a timing, flat, poly-v, or v-belt, and what will be the final dimensions of the belt? The belt speed, pulley diameters, and the desired top and bottom coefficients of friction are also critical considerations, as well as environmental concerns like heat, oil, chemicals, and product pollution.

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