Dabei seit: 17. May 2017
A modified curvilinear tooth design has a different pressure angle, tooth depth, Rubber Timing Belt and materials for improved load/li fe capacity and nonratcheting resistance.
Synchronous belts can wear rapidly if pulleys are not aligned properly, especially in long-center-distance drives, where belts tend to rub against pulley flanges. To prevent the belt from riding off the pulleys, one of them is usually flanged. A recent development has produced a belt and pulley that use a V-shaped, instead of straight, tooth shape. It runs quieter than the other shapes and doesn't require pulley flanges.
Undertensioning causes performance problems. The drive may be noisy because belt teeth do not mate properly with pulley grooves or the belt may prematurely wear from ratcheting. High forces generated during belt ratcheting are transmitted directly to shafts and bearings and can cause damage.
Link-type V Belt China consist of removable links that are joined to adjacent links by shaped ends twisted through the next link (Fig. 5). With this design, belts can be made up of any length, reducing inventory. The belts are available in 3L, A/4L, B, C, and D widths in lengths from 5 to 100 ft.