This section provides an overview for serpentine belts as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 2 serpentine belt manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A serpentine belt is a belt that is a combination of a V-shaped belt and a flat belt. It has high conductivity and excellent flexibility, and is used in various machines as a high performance belt. The belt's low weight and low heat generation during operation enable high-speed rotation. It also has the advantage of low vibration and noise. In addition, the belt is useful for machines that require high-speed rotation and high conductivity, as well as compact design.
Serpentine belts are used in a wide variety of machines, from industrial machinery to home health equipment. In particular, because of their high conductivity and low heat generation and noise generation, they are incorporated into machines that require high-speed rotation. An example is an automobile engine. They can operate efficiently and make the entire machine more compact. They are also used in machine tools and health care equipment that require rotary motion. Smooth motion with little vibration and noise makes it easy to use in familiar machinery.
The serpentine belt is a highly functional belt that combines a V-shaped belt and a flat belt. Here we introduce the structure of and features of the belt.
The structure of the belt consists of four main parts: the upper fabric, the core wire, the adhesive rubber, and the ribbed rubber. The flat belt is made of the upper fabric that protects the upper part of the belt and the core wire made of synthetic fiber for enhanced stability, and the V-shaped belt is made of the ribbed rubber that has excellent pressure resistance and compression resistance. The serpentine belts are completed by joining these two together with adhesive rubber that has strong adhesive strength.
The three main features of this belt are as follows:
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