China Custom CZPT V-Belt Sb34 Red for Sale a wheel and axle

Product Description

Product Description

KUBOTA 688Q COMBINE SPARE PARTS V-BLET

Specifications
SB-34  RED CZPT COMBINE PARTS BANDO V BELT
CZPT ORIGINAL V BELT
CZPT WRAPPED V BELT

 

We can offer the following V-BELTS
ITEM NO. PART NO. QUALITY LEVEL BRAND ITEM NO. PART NO. QUALITY LEVEL BRAND
1 SB26 W600 BRAND 29 SB34 W800 BRAND
2 SB37 W800 BRAND 30 SB35 W800 BRAND
3 SB38 W800 BRAND 31 SB36 W800 BRAND
4 SB41 W800 BRAND 32 SB53.5 W800 BRAND
5 SB42 W800 BRAND 33 SB58 W800 BRAND
6 SB43 W800 BRAND 34 SB58 W600 BRAND
7 SB44 W800 BRAND 35 SB110 W800 BRAND
8 SB45 W800 BRAND 36 SC104(B) W800 BRAND
9 SB46 W800 BRAND 37 SC115(B) W800 BRAND
10 SB47 W800 BRAND 38 SC122 W800 BRAND
11 SB48 W800 BRAND 39 SC124 W800 BRAND
12 SB49 W800 BRAND 40 SC126 W800 BRAND
13 SB50 W800 BRAND 41 SC71 W800 BRAND
14 SB52 W800 BRAND 42 SC88 W800 BRAND
15 SB55 W800 BRAND 43 SC115(B) W600 BRAND
16 SB56 W800 BRAND 44 SC136 W600 BRAND
17 SB68 W800 BRAND 45 SC215 W600 BRAND
18 SB69 W800 BRAND 46 SC55 W600 BRAND
19 SB72 W800 BRAND 47 LB43 W600 BRAND
20 SB91 W800 BRAND 48 LB44 W600 BRAND
21 SC104(B) W600 BRAND 49 LB45 W600 BRAND
22 SC124 W600 BRAND 50 LB47 W600 BRAND
23 SC55 W800 BRAND 51 LB48 W600 BRAND
24 SC79 W600 BRAND 52 LB49 W600 BRAND
25 LB42 W600 BRAND 53 LB50 W600 BRAND
26 LB46 W800 BRAND 54 LB52 W600 BRAND
27 SB26 W800 BRAND 55 LB55 W600 BRAND
28 SB30.5 W800 BRAND 56 LB72 W600 BRAND

 Our Products
We are HangZhou FOREIGN MACHINERY PARTS CO., LTD.
We specialized in CZPT spare parts, CZPT machine ( kubota harvester, kubota  transplanter, CZPT tractor).
MACHINE MODEL: 488, 588I, 688Q, 788, 888, DC60, DC68G, DC70, DC95, 704K, 854 ,954, 1004, NSPU68C, NSPU88C, SPW48/68C
CZPT machine and Spare Parts  are popular in Philippines, Tailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka and other countries. So glad to talk with you about Different CZPT machines and Spare Parts
 
We sell many kinds of agricultural machines, machinery parts, engine parts, combine parts,tractor parts and so on. Our products brands include KUBOTA, YANMAR, Cahngfa, SNH, YTO, Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Feng, and so on.This year we have developed many new products including mini combine harvester, mini rice, reaper, mini combine parts, balers, tubers excavators, rotary tillers and other machines with different functions.
 

 TRADE TERMS:

Price terms FOB office
Delivery terms time: after 15 days
ways: 1.Ship by Express.(DHL.TNT.UPS.FEDEX)
             2.Ship by Air express to airport
             3.Ship by sea
Payment Item T/T ,Western Union, L/C, B/L
Port of Shipment HangZhou, China
Packing close package to make shipment safer and suitable for import and export.
NOTE: amend accordng to your demand!

Erica/Thanks!
Add:4F,no.321,south CZPT road,HangZhou,ZheJiang ,China
 
 
 
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Type: V-Blet
Usage: Harvester
Material: Rubber
Power Source: Diesel
After-sales Service: Supply
Warranty: Supply

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How do you calculate the power rating and speed capacity of a V-belt system?

Calculating the power rating and speed capacity of a V-belt system involves considering various factors such as belt type, pulley dimensions, belt tension, and speed. Here’s a general overview of the calculations involved:

  1. Power Rating Calculation:
  2. To calculate the power rating of a V-belt system, you need to determine the maximum power that the belt can transmit without slipping or experiencing excessive wear. The power rating is typically expressed in horsepower (HP) or kilowatts (kW).

    The formula for calculating the power rating is:

     Power (HP or kW) = (Tension in belt (lb or N) * Belt speed (ft/min or m/s)) / 33,000 (for HP) or 1,000 (for kW) 

    The tension in the belt can be determined based on the design requirements of the system and is influenced by factors such as the type of application and the desired safety factor.

  3. Speed Capacity Calculation:
  4. The speed capacity of a V-belt system is the maximum rotational speed at which the belt can operate without experiencing excessive vibration or failure. It is typically expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM).

    The formula for calculating the speed capacity is:

     Speed (RPM) = (Belt pitch diameter (in or mm) * π * Belt speed (ft/min or m/s)) / 12 (for in) or 1000 (for mm) 

    The belt pitch diameter is determined based on the pulley dimensions and is the effective diameter at which the belt engages with the pulley.

It’s important to note that these calculations provide general guidelines, and actual power rating and speed capacity may vary depending on the specific belt and pulley design, as well as other factors such as belt tensioning, environmental conditions, and system efficiency. It is recommended to consult the belt manufacturer’s guidelines or seek assistance from an engineer experienced in power transmission systems to ensure accurate calculations and appropriate belt selection for a given application.

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What are the key differences between V-belts and other types of power transmission belts?

V-belts are a popular type of power transmission belts, but they differ from other types of belts in terms of design, construction, and specific applications. Here are the key differences:

1. Belt Profile:

V-belts have a trapezoidal or V-shaped cross-sectional profile, which gives them their name. This profile allows the belts to fit securely into V-shaped pulleys, providing effective power transmission and grip. Other types of belts, such as flat belts or timing belts, have different profiles suited for specific applications.

2. Power Transmission Method:

V-belts transmit power through frictional forces between the belt and the pulleys. As the belt wraps around the pulleys, the friction between the belt and the pulley surfaces allows the transfer of torque and power. In contrast, other belts, like timing belts or chain drives, use toothed profiles or interlocking mechanisms to transmit power, providing precise synchronization and higher torque transmission.

3. Load Capacity:

V-belts are designed to handle moderate to high loads, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. However, certain applications with heavier loads may require specialized heavy-duty V-belts or alternative belt types, such as synchronous belts or chain drives, which offer higher load-carrying capacities.

4. Speed Range:

V-belts are suitable for a broad speed range, but their limitations may vary depending on the specific design, material, and construction. Traditional V-belts may have speed limitations at extremely high speeds due to centrifugal forces and heat generation. High-speed V-belts or narrow V-belts are available for applications that require higher speeds. In contrast, timing belts and synchronous belts are designed for precise speed control and are commonly used in applications with strict speed requirements.

5. Tensioning and Maintenance:

V-belts require periodic tensioning to maintain proper grip and power transmission efficiency. Tensioning is typically achieved through manual adjustment or automatic tensioners. Other types of belts, such as timing belts or chain drives, often have fixed tensioning systems and require less frequent maintenance.

6. Noise and Vibration:

V-belts generally operate with lower noise and vibration levels compared to other types of belts, such as chain drives. The design and frictional nature of V-belts contribute to smoother operation and reduced noise generation, making them suitable for applications where noise and vibration control is important.

7. Applications:

V-belts are widely used in various applications, including industrial machinery, automotive systems, HVAC systems, and power transmission in general. They are versatile and can accommodate different power requirements. Other belt types, such as timing belts, are commonly used in precision positioning, robotics, or applications that require synchronous motion.

Overall, V-belts offer reliable and cost-effective power transmission for a wide range of applications. However, the selection of the appropriate belt type depends on factors such as load requirements, speed range, precision, noise considerations, and specific application needs.

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What are the signs of a worn or damaged V-belt that needs replacement?

A worn or damaged V-belt can lead to decreased performance, increased energy consumption, and potential equipment failure. Recognizing the signs of a worn or damaged V-belt is important for timely replacement and preventing further damage. Here are some common signs to look out for:

  1. Visible wear: Inspect the V-belt for visible signs of wear, such as fraying, cracking, or glazing. Excessive wear indicates that the belt has reached the end of its service life and should be replaced.
  2. Chunking or missing pieces: If the V-belt shows signs of chunking or has missing pieces, it is a clear indication of severe damage. This can occur due to excessive tension, overloading, or prolonged use beyond the belt’s capacity.
  3. Excessive noise: A worn or damaged V-belt may produce noticeable noise during operation. This can be in the form of squealing, screeching, or rumbling sounds. The noise is often caused by slipping, misalignment, or belt degradation.
  4. Slippage: If the V-belt slips on the pulleys, resulting in reduced power transmission or inconsistent operation, it indicates a problem. Slippage can occur due to incorrect tension, pulley misalignment, or insufficient grip caused by belt wear.
  5. High heat or burning smell: Excessive heat generated by a V-belt can indicate friction caused by belt slippage or misalignment. If you notice a burning smell or feel excessive heat near the belt drive system, it is a sign of potential belt damage.
  6. Loss of tension: If the V-belt consistently loses tension and requires frequent readjustment, it indicates wear or elongation. Over time, the belt may stretch and lose its original tension, resulting in reduced power transmission efficiency.
  7. Reduced power transmission: A worn or damaged V-belt may struggle to transmit the required power, leading to decreased equipment performance. This can result in slower operation, reduced torque, or inability to handle the load.
  8. Visible cracks or separation: Cracks or separation in the V-belt’s rubber material are clear signs of damage. These can occur due to age, exposure to harsh environments, or chemical degradation. Cracked or separated belts should be replaced immediately.
  9. Shortened belt life: If a V-belt consistently fails or requires replacement sooner than its expected service life, it indicates a problem. Factors such as incorrect tensioning, misalignment, or excessive load can contribute to premature belt failure.

If you observe any of these signs in a V-belt, it is recommended to replace the belt promptly. Continuing to use a worn or damaged V-belt can lead to further damage, increased downtime, and potential equipment failure. Regular maintenance and inspections are essential for identifying and addressing these signs early, ensuring the reliability and longevity of the V-belt system.

China Custom CZPT V-Belt Sb34 Red for Sale   a wheel and axleChina Custom CZPT V-Belt Sb34 Red for Sale   a wheel and axle
editor by CX 2024-04-08