|Outside Length:||50 3⁄4 in|
|Top Width (W):||10 mm|
|Height (H):||8 mm|
|Application:||Textile Mills; Machine Tool; Food Processing|
|Construction:||Raw Edge; Cogged|
|Features:||Proprietary Construction; Molded Notches; Flex-Bonded Cords|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||250 ° F|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-60 ° F|
|Number of Ribs:||1|
|Resistance Properties:||Oil Resistant; Heat Resistant; Ozone Resistant; Flame Resistant|
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About Single V-Belts
The most popular style of V-belt, single V-belts are used in a wide range of industrial and commercial power transmission applications. They are suitable for use in unusual or demanding conditions, such as reverse-bending and twisted drive systems. When replacing a belt on a pulley, make sure the style (or series) and width of the belt are compatible with the pulley.
Made to metric standards, these metric cogged narrow V-belts provide more torque and flexibility than classic V-belts and should be used with metric pulleys. They have a narrow profile that lets them sit deep in the pulley groove, which supports the belt in applications with high shock loads and maximizes the surface contact between the belt and the pulley groove for high friction and torque. Cogs, or notches, on the inner surface of the belt allow it to flex easily and dissipate heat, which helps prevent damage to the belt.