Rubber Drive Belts unsung heroes

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Rubber Drive Belts unsung heroes

Post by kaolijack » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:30 am

Do you know that your car powered engine cabin contains many unsung heroes? Which is important is the Rubber Drive Belts. Without these rubber drive belts, the car engine can not function properly. Do you know what happens if the belt is damaged? Your power steering is almost locked because the power steering pump can not turn or worse, or your warning light will start flashing because the alternator can not turn.

Your rubber drive belts plays an important role in "driving" your engine accessories. Accessories include power steering pumps and the above alternators. Your vehicle air conditioning compressor is sucked through the rubber drive belts, and sometimes your pumps and cooling fans are also alive because of the drive belt. In short, all of these fittings take off by the power of some or the other with the engine turning the vehicle. As a result, the rubber drive belts play a key role in almost all secondary engine systems.

The most commonly used belts for motorcycles and cars are V-belts, serpentine belts and toothed V-belts. Serpentine bands are named because of their length and snake-like routing through attachments. Flat on one side and rib on the other side to ensure that the belt is in the proper position. The belt provides maximum power for your car's accessories.

The V-belt is known because its cross-section is similar to the letter "V". This is useful for providing power to air conditioning compressors for cars. However, in the case of a strong vehicle, one or more of the vehicles may be used. Rubber V Belt is useful in applications that require high torque. The motorcycle and the powerful engine find these fit. The teeth of the belt are in close contact with the groove of the gear pulley. A pulley is a component that moves the belt to a different direction for routing another attachment. The pulley is responsible for maintaining tension or tightness and to prevent the belt from sliding when the attachment is rotated. With the maintenance of the belt, the pulleys also need to be kept correct.



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