Common in transport systems such as conveyors, flat belts are used with pulleys that have “crowned” surfaces to help them maintain tracking.
V-belts utilize cross-sections that are tapered and which wedge into the grooves of V-belt pulleys. This action produces high torque and reduces slipping under heavy loads.
Faster conveyor systems commonly use round belts in pulleys with a 60-degree V-groove.
Both single-sided and double-sided timing belts feature teeth that interlock with those on the timing belt pulleys. Find timing belts in materials to meet a variety of demands, including molded urethane, welded urethane, and fiber-rich Neoprene.
Products include belt sleeves to meet customized specifications; one-piece banded v-belts to customize the number of ribs required; and custom widths of synchronous or multi-rib flat belts. Additional stock includes v-belt sheaves, synchronous pulleys and bushings.