Timing belt drives pulleys are essential components of machines used for power transmission and synchronizing shafts. They are typically made of aluminum alloy, steel, or stainless steel and they come in a variety of tooth shapes and sizes to suit different applications. They also come with different installation holes, such as pilot bolts, tap bolts, and QD bolts.
When selecting timing belt drives pulleys, customers should be aware of different standards. In Europe, the ISO system is used, while in the US, the ANSI system is mostly used. The difference between these two systems is that the ISO system has a slightly higher torque, while the ANSI system is slightly more efficient.
Timing belt drives pulleys come in different tooth shapes. The most common shapes are trapezoidal, round, and curved. It is important to select the right tooth shape to ensure maximum efficiency. In addition, customers should also consider the installation holes, as well as whether there are flange flanges.
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