Damages Bearings/Bushes – More power Consumption – Increases Cost of production and many other.
Timing belts are made of rubber belts, rubber molded with tension member that are usually threads of Cotton, Kevlar, Fiber, Teflon or Nylon. Timing belt rubber is not ordinary rubber
V Belt Types are different as per their usage. Industries have huge consumption of V Belts so they are categorized differently as per their manufacturing and requirements. The most common V Belt Types are A, B, C, D …
1. if it is a “spooked” cone pulley then a rope can be used sometimes by putting the belt on the smaller pulley edge (if there is one) or the bottom pulley and then roped as far around as possible on the other pulley