K20 Crank Pulley Timing Marks: Introduction, Selection, Installation and Maintenance


K20 crank pulley timing marks are high-quality components used in industrial machinery and mechanical transmission systems. They are usually made of aluminum alloy, steel, or stainless steel and are designed to meet both European and American standards. Timing pulleys are used in combination with timing belts to provide smooth and efficient transmission of mechanical forces.


When selecting a K20 crank pulley timing mark, there are many factors to consider. Different tooth shapes can be chosen to meet specific requirements, and the installation holes can be customized to fit pilot bolts, tap bolts, or QD bolts. Depending on the type of application, flange flanges and different materials can be selected, such as aluminum alloy, steel, or stainless steel.


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