China OEM Red Color Z10 Link V Belt for Glass Toughening CZPT example of wheel and axle

Product Description

 

Red Color Z10 Link V Belt for Glass Toughening Furnace
 

Product Description

Power twist is individual links made of high performance polyurethane/polyester CZPT material. Links are connected and secured together by hand using a twist-lock design.

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Product Parameters

 

Belt Model

Z10

Color

Red

Material

Polyurethane

Nuts

Without

Operating temperature

-20-80 ºC

 

Our Advantages

 

Longer Belt Life in Harsh Operating Conditions

Our link belt adopts high performance polyurethane and polyester CZPT materials which guarantee excellent durability in harsh conditions. They will outperform conventional rubber V belts in handling hostile environments, including exposure to oil, grease, water and so on. They are also more resistant to abrasion and will operate, with no loss in performance, at a more extreme temperature range from -40°C to 90°C.

Reduced Belt Stock…Any Belt, Any Time

There’s no need to maintain inventory of numerous different endless V belts to cover all your drives. Carry a box in stock of each common size and you’re almost 100% covered with a significant reduction in working capital tied up in spares.
 

Easier and Faster Installation

Unique “quick connect” belt designs provide for easier and faster belt installation, even on captured or restricted access drives – no tools required. Belts are easily made up to the required length, by hand, in seconds and can be rolled CZPT a drive just like a bicycle chain. No need to dismantle drive components or change existing pulleys.

Minimized Maintenance Time

Power twist drive belt has no need to re-10sion. All other power transmission belts, require re-10sioning after an initial “run in” period. But power twist drive has eliminated that step by pre-seating the tabs on the belt, therefore once you install the belt properly PT Drive is a Fit it and Forget It option.
 

 

Reduced Drive Vibration & System Noise

Link belt do not have the continuous tension cords found in conventional endless belts. As a result, transmitted vibration in the drive system can be reduced by 50% or more. Consequently, system noise is reduced and, as a bonus, bearing life extended.

 

Company Profile

 

Xuanze Industrial Drive Systems (ZheJiang ) Co., Ltd.,

Xuanze Industrial is a production of industrial conveyor belt, belt, to help tape and technology development of modern science and technology enterprises, the company has a standard production workshop of 2,000 square meters, the company employees 40 people, sales staff of ten.

With more than 10 industrial belt patents, our company develops and produces seamless PU tapes to break the monopoly of the industry in Europe and the United States. It has surpassed Europe and the United States in application. SIBR-5M synchronous silicone tape developed for the hygiene products industry, silicone and timing belt with high bonding strength, no cracks, no dust.

Break Japan’s NITTA monopoly on the hygiene products industry, our company’s imports of silicone conveyor belt wear resistance, anti-expansion force, the advantages of high visual detection accuracy.

 

Certifications

 

XZ belt has got many paents, and we are authorized as High-tech Enterprise by ZheJiang Government.

Packaging & Shipping

 

                 XZ will customized every customer’s parcel package, try to reduce the parcel volume to save freight cost.
 

FAQ

 

1. Is your company a manufacturer or a trading company?

We are manufacturers and have our own factory located in HangZhou.

2. What is your lead time?

Generally it takes 3 to 5 days. The exact delivery time depends on the specific items and demanded quantity.

3. What terms does your company use in our international trade?

We usually do business in EXW works and door-to-door express . But if you have special requirement, we can also do in your convenience.

4. Can I get a sample first?

Of course, you can get a sample first, I make sure you will reorder and be happy with our high quality sample products.

5. Does your company provide OEM service?

Sure. Not only color, thickness, but also texture and design.

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Standard or Nonstandard: Standard
Application: Textile Machinery, Conveyer Equipment, Packaging Machinery, Food Machinery, Marine, Mining Equipment
Feature: Oil-Resistant, Corrosion-Resistant, Wear-Resistant
Tensile Strength: Strong
Material: PU
Type: V Belt
Customization:
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What are the key differences between standard V-belts and cogged V-belts?

Standard V-belts and cogged V-belts are two variations of V-belts that differ in their design and performance characteristics. Here are the key differences between these two types of belts:

  1. Design:
  2. Standard V-belts have a smooth, continuous surface on the inside, which comes in contact with the pulleys. On the other hand, cogged V-belts have notches or cogs on the inside surface. These cogs allow the belt to flex more easily and improve its flexibility and bending capabilities.

  3. Flexibility:
  4. The presence of cogs in cogged V-belts makes them more flexible compared to standard V-belts. This increased flexibility allows cogged V-belts to bend and wrap around smaller pulleys more easily. It also reduces the bending stress and heat generation, resulting in improved performance and longer belt life.

  5. Heat Dissipation:
  6. Cogged V-belts have better heat dissipation properties compared to standard V-belts. The cogs create additional surface area, which improves airflow and heat dissipation during operation. This helps to reduce heat buildup and minimize the risk of belt slippage or premature wear due to excessive heat.

  7. Power Transmission Capacity:
  8. Standard V-belts and cogged V-belts have similar power transmission capacity for most applications. However, cogged V-belts may have a slightly reduced power capacity compared to standard V-belts due to the presence of cogs, which can reduce the contact area with the pulleys. As a result, cogged V-belts are typically used in applications that require moderate power transmission.

  9. Noise and Vibration:
  10. Cogged V-belts generally produce less noise and vibration compared to standard V-belts during operation. The presence of cogs helps to reduce the vibration and noise caused by belt slippage or engagement with the pulleys. This makes cogged V-belts suitable for applications where noise reduction is important, such as in HVAC systems or household appliances.

  11. Application Suitability:
  12. Standard V-belts are commonly used in a wide range of industrial applications for power transmission. They are suitable for applications with larger pulleys and higher power requirements. Cogged V-belts, on the other hand, are often preferred in applications that involve smaller pulleys, tighter spaces, or where improved flexibility and reduced noise are desired.

It’s important to consider the specific requirements of the application and consult the manufacturer’s recommendations when choosing between standard V-belts and cogged V-belts. Understanding the key differences between these two types of belts can help in selecting the most appropriate option for a particular power transmission application.

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Are there any safety considerations when working with V-belts?

Working with V-belts involves certain safety considerations to ensure the well-being of personnel and the proper functioning of the belt drive system. Here are some important safety considerations when working with V-belts:

  1. Lockout/Tagout: Before performing any maintenance or adjustment on a belt drive system, it is crucial to follow proper lockout/tagout procedures. Lockout/tagout involves isolating the power source, de-energizing the equipment, and securing it with locks or tags to prevent unintentional startup or release of stored energy. This ensures the safety of personnel working on or near the V-belts.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): When working with V-belts, appropriate personal protective equipment should be worn as per the specific tasks and potential hazards. This may include safety glasses, gloves, hearing protection, and protective clothing to safeguard against potential injury from flying debris, pinch points, or contact with rotating parts.
  3. Training and Familiarity: Ensure that personnel working with V-belts are adequately trained on safe work practices, including proper maintenance procedures, tensioning techniques, and the use of tools and equipment. Familiarity with the specific belt drive system and understanding the potential hazards associated with V-belts is essential for safe operation.
  4. Machine Guarding: Install appropriate machine guarding to prevent accidental contact with moving V-belts and exposed pulleys. Guards should be designed to prevent access to hazardous areas and comply with relevant safety regulations. Regularly inspect and maintain the guards to ensure their effectiveness.
  5. Tensioning and Adjustment: Follow proper procedures when tensioning or adjusting V-belts. Use the recommended tools and techniques specified by the manufacturer. Improper tensioning can lead to belt slippage, increased wear, and potential accidents. Avoid working near or reaching into the belt drive system while it is in operation.
  6. Proper Lifting and Handling: V-belts can be heavy and awkward to handle, especially in larger sizes. When lifting or handling V-belts, use proper lifting techniques and equipment to prevent strains or injuries. Avoid placing excessive stress on the belts during installation or removal.
  7. Maintaining Cleanliness: Keep the work area clean and free from debris, oil, or other contaminants that may affect traction or create slip hazards. Clean up any spills promptly and use appropriate cleaning methods to avoid slipping or tripping accidents.
  8. Manufacturer’s Guidelines: Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines, instructions, and specifications for the installation, tensioning, maintenance, and replacement of V-belts. Manufacturers provide valuable information on safe operating practices, recommended tension ranges, load capacities, and other relevant safety considerations specific to their V-belt products.

By following these safety considerations when working with V-belts, you can help mitigate potential hazards, reduce the risk of accidents, and ensure the safe and efficient operation of the belt drive system.

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How do you measure and select the right size of V-belt for a specific application?

When selecting the right size of V-belt for a specific application, it is important to consider factors such as the pulley diameters, center distance between the pulleys, power requirements, and the desired operating speed. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to measure and select the appropriate V-belt size:

  1. Identify the pulley diameters: Measure the diameter of both the driving and driven pulleys. Make sure to measure the diameter at the highest point of the pulley groove where the belt rides.
  2. Determine the center distance: Measure the distance between the center points of the driving and driven pulleys. This is the center distance and it plays a crucial role in determining the appropriate V-belt length.
  3. Calculate the pitch diameter: The pitch diameter is the effective diameter where the belt contacts the pulley. It can be calculated using the following formula: Pitch Diameter = (Driving Pulley Diameter + Driven Pulley Diameter) / 2.
  4. Consider the power requirements: Determine the amount of power that needs to be transmitted by the V-belt. This can be in the form of horsepower (HP) or kilowatts (kW). Refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines or engineering specifications to ensure the selected V-belt can handle the required power.
  5. Choose the appropriate V-belt type: Based on the calculated pitch diameter, center distance, and power requirements, select the type of V-belt that is suitable for the specific application. Consider factors such as load capacity, speed capability, and environmental conditions.
  6. Refer to V-belt manufacturer’s catalogs: Consult the manufacturer’s catalogs or online resources to find the available V-belt sizes and corresponding part numbers. Cross-reference the calculated parameters with the provided charts or tables to identify the appropriate V-belt size.
  7. Verify the selection: Double-check the selected V-belt size against the calculated parameters to ensure accuracy. If possible, consult with a technical expert or the manufacturer’s support team to validate the selection.

It is important to note that V-belt sizes are standardized and typically follow specific designations, such as the Classical V-belt designation (e.g., A, B, C, D) or the metric designation (e.g., SPZ, SPA, SPB, SPC). These designations indicate different belt widths and lengths.

In summary, measuring and selecting the right size of V-belt for a specific application involves identifying the pulley diameters, determining the center distance, calculating the pitch diameter, considering the power requirements, choosing the appropriate V-belt type, referring to manufacturer’s catalogs, and verifying the selection. Following these steps will help ensure the proper functioning and longevity of the V-belt in the intended application.

China OEM Red Color Z10 Link V Belt for Glass Toughening CZPT   example of wheel and axleChina OEM Red Color Z10 Link V Belt for Glass Toughening CZPT   example of wheel and axle
editor by CX 2024-04-29