Belt Style

  • Adjustable LengthAdjustable length belts are small belt sections that are linked together. Sections can be added or removed for exact measurements. These belts are suitable for temporary replacement of faulty belts.
  • BandedBanded belts are a collection of belts that perform as one belt, providing longitudinal flexibility, improved traction, and lateral strength. Their banded construction helps minimize rollover and reduce vibration. These belts are suitable for pulsating loads and high-capacity drives.
  • Banded and CoggedBanded and cogged belts have the characteristics of both banded and cogged V-belts. Multiple, individual belts perform as one belt with molded rubber notches (cogs) on the inner surface of the belt. These belts are suitable for drives with small-diameter pulleys and pulsating loads.
  • CoggedCogged belts have molded rubber notches (cogs) on the inner surface of the belt, which increases air flow to better dissipate heat. They are suitable for use with small-pulley, high-tension drives.
  • Dual-SidedDual-sided belts have trapezoidal teeth on both the top and bottom surfaces of the belt and are used in drives that require power transmission from one or both sides of the belt, or drives where the rotation changes direction as the belt travels around the pulleys. They are used in place of two or more single-sided belts, reducing the space and weight required for the drive. These belts are suitable for use in synchronized reverse rotation drives and drives where compactness is desired.
  • RibbedRibbed belts, also called V-ribbed, are thin belts with a series of longitudinal ribs on the inner surface that mate with the grooves in the pulley. Their light weight makes them suitable for use with high-speed drives.
  • StandardStandard belts are commonly used in a classic flat-top, trapezoidal-shaped design. They are suitable for use with many drive styles.