Kevlar Corded V-Belts

Kevlar corded V-belts are a specialized type of power transmission belt known for their exceptional strength, durability, and resistance to stretching. Kevlar, a synthetic fiber developed by DuPont, is renowned for its high tensile strength-to-weight ratio, making it five times stronger than steel on an equal weight basis. When used as the reinforcing cord in V-belts, Kevlar provides superior strength, heat resistance, and dimensional stability.

These belts are designed to deliver high performance in demanding applications where conventional belts might fail due to excessive tension, heat, or wear. The Kevlar cords are embedded within a rubber or polymer matrix, which is then shaped into the traditional V-profile. This construction allows the belts to handle higher load capacities and operate in extreme conditions without losing their shape or elasticity.

Classic Kevlar  V-Belt Charts

When replacing or Cross Referencing Kevlar Classic 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.

3LK Classic Kevlar V-Belt 
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A Classic Kevlar V-Belt
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B Classic Kevlar V-Belt
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