V Belt

The v-belts are made of rubber with fabric cords to transmit power and its covered with a protective layer. The cords transmit the force from the driver to the driven pulley, thereby transmit the power. The number of cords are increased based on the force requirements. The rubber layer transmits the force in cord to the sideRead More

About Cogged Belt

A COG belt is a belt with teeth. That is instead of a smooth belt, such as a simple v-belt, that will always have some slip, and whose drive ratio is then only a close approximate ratio, a “COGGED” belt has teeth, so that the drive ratio is an exact value based on the numberRead More

About Auto timing belt

Timing belts fail without warning and on some vehicles, are almost as hard to check as they are to change.  In most cases, your only protection is to change the belt at the recommended intervals. Timing belt replacement is not a cheap job but it is far less costly than the alternative. For more InformationRead More

How V-Guide Strips Can Help with Belt Tracking

To assist with positive tracking, a guide strip(s) is often used on the pulley side of conveyor belts. V–guides are the most common shapes used. However, square and rectangular shapes are also available. In addition, Sparks has designed and developed round dot-guides for traveling over very small pulleys. .Tracking assistance is often required on: Short,Read More