Conventional V-Belts

Classic or Conventional V-Belts are the most common types of drive belts used for transmitting power between two or more pulleys in a drive system. Classic V-belts are made from various materials, including rubber, neoprene, and urethane, and are reinforced with fibers like polyester, kevlar, or nylon to increase strength and durability. They are used in a wide range of applications, from automotive engines and agricultural machinery to industrial equipment. Providing a simple, cost-effective solution for transferring rotational motion , while helping protect the motor from damage.

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Classic or Conventional V-Belt Charts

When replacing or specifying A section V-belts, it is important to select the correct length and profile to ensure proper tension and operational efficiency. Always consult manufacturer catalogs or data sheets to match the belt specifications exactly to your machinery's requirements, taking into account the pulley sizes and distances between shafts in your setup.

A Classic V-Belt 
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B Classic V-Belt
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C Classic V-Belt
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D Classic V-Belt
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E Classic V-Belt
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