V-Belt: Basic Features

V-belts are manufactured using high-resistance components, which are perfect due to their performance, dimensional stability, conductivity and oil resistance. Its features are:

The material’s great resistance to bending reduced weight.

  • High friction contrast with minimal slippage.
  • Use less energy
  • Long life is characterized by belts that can withstand high temperatures.
  • Increase resistance to friction
  • Suitable for exposure to chemicals, ozone, oil and grease

Many variations of V-belts are available to meet different demands. When the belt is extended, the included angle is calculated from the sidewall, and the internal length and pitch are calculated from the bottom of the belt. Most V-belt components have an angle of at least 40 degrees. V-belts are available in several cross-sections, each with a unique type.

V-core belting is made of elastomeric material. The material of the belt, with its trapezoidal cross-section, really makes the difference. Elastomer core effectively protects against shock and flex. Wet rubber and compression rubber are two separate components that can be found in some V-belts. It is made of elastomeric material for the core of V-belting. With the belt’s own trapezoidal cross-section, the material of the belt itself makes all the difference. Shock and flex are well protected by an elastomer core. Some V-belts are made of two separate parts: damping rubber and compression rubber. The environment in which a V-belt (Correa trapezial) is used is an important factor in determining which is best for a given application. , operation speed and load are just two examples of the many variables to consider.