What is a Timing Pulley?

A timing pulley is a mechanical device used to transfer rotational power from one location to another. It is composed of a circular belt, which is usually made of rubber or polyurethane, and two or more metal pulleys that have teeth or grooves cut into them. The teeth on the pulleys engage with the belt and rotate it to move power from one pulley to the other. Timing pulleys are used in a wide variety of applications, including automobiles, industrial machinery, and robotics.

Product Selection

When selecting a timing pulley, it is important to consider several factors. Different standards are available, such as European and American standards, and the number of teeth and the size of the pulley must be taken into account. Additionally, there are several different types of installation holes, such as pilot bolts, tap bolts, and QD bolts. Furthermore, flange flanges are available, as well as different materials, such as aluminum alloy, steel, and stainless steel.
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