V Belt

The V-type belt and wheel of the v-belt drive are in good contact, with little slippage, a relatively stable transmission ratio, and smooth operation. It is easy to use and maintain and has the function of overload protection.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The V-belt is a kind of endless transmission belt. Its working principle is based on the friction between the belt and the V-pulley to transmit power to realize the power transmission between the driving and driven devices. The cross-section of the V-belt is trapezoidal. This structure enables the V-belt to transmit large power and has good stability and reliability. It is the most widely used transmission belt in belt transmission.

A V-belt is a transmission belt with a trapezoidal section, with one or more V-shaped grooves, which cooperate with the grooves of the pulleys to transmit power.

According to different structures and characteristics, V-belts can be divided into 6 categories, namely ordinary V-belts, narrow V-belts, combined V-belts, toothed V-belts, large wedge angle V-belts, and wide V-belts.

Due to their specific structure and working principle, V-belts have good transmission capacity and stability and are suitable for medium to high-power transmission. 

Common applications of V belts are as follows:

Transmission system: V-belt transmission can be used in the crankshaft transmission system of automobile engines and the transmission system of industrial machinery.

Braking system: common in the braking devices of some sports equipment, vehicles, and mechanical equipment.

Auxiliary equipment drive: V-belts are often used to drive auxiliary equipment, such as fans, water pumps, generators, etc.

The maintenance and adjustment of the V-belt is relatively simple, which can be achieved by adjusting the tension and replacing the worn belt.