China Best Sales Htd Timing Pulleys with Great quality

Product Description

CHINAMFG Machinery offers a wide range of high quality Timing Belt Pulleys and Toothed Bars/ Timing Bars.  Standard and non-standard pulleys according to drawings are available.

 

Types of material:
  1. AlCuMgPb 6061 6082 Aluminum Timing Pulley
  2. C45E 1045 S45C Carbon Steel Timing Pulley
  3. GG25 HT250 Cast Iron Timing Pulley
  4. SUS303 SUS304 AISI431 Stainless Steel Timing Pulley
  5. Other material on demand, such as cooper, bronze and plastic
 
Types of surface treatment:
 1.  Anodized surface -Aluminum Pulleys
 2.  Hard anodized surface — Aluminum Pulleys
 3.  Black Oxidized surface — Steel Pulleys
 4. Zinc plated surface — Steel Pulleys
 5. Chromate surface — Steel Pulleys; Cast Iron Pulleys
 6. Nickel plated surface –Steel Pulleys; Cast Iron Pulleys
 
Types of teeth profile

Teeth Profile Pitch
HTD 3M,5M,8M,14M,20M
AT AT5,AT10,AT20
T T2.5,T5,T10
MXL 0.08″(2.032MM)
XL 1/5″(5.08MM)
L 3/8″(9.525MM)
H 1/2″(12.7MM)
XH 7/8″(22.225MM)
XXH 1 1/4″(31.75MM)
STS STPD S2M,S3M,S4.5M,S5M,S8M,S14M
RPP RPP5M,RPP8M,RPP14M,RPP20M
PGGT PGGT  2GT, 3GT and 5GT
PCGT GT8M,GT14M

 
Types of pitches and sizes

Imperial Inch Timing Belt Pulley,
1.     Pilot Bore MXL571 for 6.35mm timing belt; teeth number from 16 to 72;
2.  Pilot Bore XL037 for 9.53mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 72;
3.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore L050 for 12.7mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 120;
4.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore L075 for 19.05mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 120;
5.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore L100 for 25.4mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 120;
6.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore H075 for 19.05mm timing belt; teeth number from 14 to 50;
7.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore H100 for 25.4mm timing belt; teeth number from 14 to 156;
8.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore H150 for 38.1mm timing belt; teeth number from 14 to 156;
9.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore H200 for 50.8mm timing belt; teeth number from 14 to 156;
10.  Pilot Bore, Taper Bore H300 for 76.2mm timing belt; teeth number from 14 to 156;
11.  Taper Bore XH200 for 50.8mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 120;
12.  Taper Bore XH300 for 76.2mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 120;
13.  Taper Bore XH400 for 101.6mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 120;

Metric Timing Belt Pulley T and AT
1.  Pilot Bore T2.5-16 for 6mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60; 
2.   Pilot Bore T5-21 for 10mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 60; 
3.   Pilot Bore T5-27 for 16mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 60; 
4.   Pilot Bore T5-36 for 25mm timing belt; teeth number from 10 to 60; 
5.   Pilot Bore T10-31 for 16mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60; 
6.   Pilot Bore T10-40 for 25mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60; 
7.   Pilot Bore T10-47 for 32mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 60; 
8.   Pilot Bore T10-66 for 50mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 60;
9.  Pilot Bore AT5-21 for 10mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60;
10. Pilot Bore AT5-27 for 16mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60;
11. Pilot Bore AT5-36 for 25mm timing belt; teeth number from 12 to 60; 
12. Pilot Bore AT10-31 for 16mm timing belt; teeth number from 15 to 60; 
13. Pilot Bore AT10-40 for 25mm timing belt; teeth number from 15 to 60; 
14. Pilot Bore AT10-47 for 32mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 60; 
15. Pilot Bore AT10-66 for 50mm timing belt; teeth number from 18 to 60;
  
Metric Timing Belt Pulley HTD3M, 5M, 8M, 14M 
1.  HTD3M-06; 3M-09; 3M-15; teeth number from 10 to 72; 
2.  HTD5M-09; 5M-15; 5M-25; teeth number from 12 to 72; 
3.  HTD8M-20; 8M-30; 8M-50; 8M-85 teeth number from 22 to 192; 
4.  HTD14M-40; 14M-55; 14M-85; 14M-115; 14M-170; teeth number from 28-216; 
5.  Taper Bore HTD5M-15; 8M-20; 8M-30; 8M-50; 8M-85; 14M-40; 14M-55; 14M-85;
         14M-115; 14M-170

Metric Timing Belt Pulleys for Poly Chain GT2 Belts 
1.      PCGT8M-12; PCGT8M-21; PCGT8M-36; PCGT8M-62; 
2.      PCGT14M-20; PCGT14M-37; PCGT14M-68; PCGT14M-90; PCGT14M-125;

Power Grip CHINAMFG Tooth/ PGGT 2GT, 3GT and 5GT 
1. 2GT-06, 2GT-09 for timing belt width 6mm and 9mm 
2. 3GT-09, 3GT-15 for timing belt width 9mm and 15mm 
3. 5GT-15, 5GT-25 for timing belt width 15mm and 25mm

OMEGA RPP HTD Timing Pulleys 
1.   RPP3M-06; 3M-09; 3M-15; teeth number from 10 to 72; 
2.   RPP5M-09; 5M-15; 5M-25; teeth number from 12 to 72; 
3.   RPP8M-20; 8M-30; 8M-50; 8M-85 teeth number from 22 to 192; 
4.   RPP14M-40; 14M-55; 14M-85; 14M-115; 14M-170; teeth number from 28-216; 
5.  Taper Bore RPP5M-15; 8M-20; 8M-30; 8M-50; 8M-85; 14M-40; 14M-55; 14M-85;
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Pulley Sizes: Timing
Manufacturing Process: Saw
Material: Alloy
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Can HTD pulleys withstand harsh environmental conditions?

HTD pulleys are designed to be durable and withstand a wide range of operating conditions. However, their ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions depends on various factors, including the materials used, the specific design and construction of the pulleys, and the severity and duration of the environmental conditions. Here’s a detailed explanation of the factors that affect the ability of HTD pulleys to withstand harsh environmental conditions:

1. Material Selection:

The choice of materials for HTD pulleys plays a crucial role in their ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions. Different materials have varying levels of resistance to factors such as temperature extremes, moisture, chemicals, and UV radiation. Common materials used for HTD pulleys include aluminum, steel, and various types of plastics. Each material has its own strengths and limitations in terms of environmental resistance. For example, aluminum and steel pulleys are generally more resistant to high temperatures and mechanical stress, while certain plastics offer better resistance to corrosion and chemical exposure. Pulleys made from materials with suitable properties for the specific environmental conditions they will be exposed to are more likely to withstand harsh conditions effectively.

2. Sealing and Protection:

In some cases, HTD pulleys may be equipped with additional sealing or protective measures to enhance their resistance to harsh environmental conditions. Seals or covers can be added to the pulley assemblies to protect the internal components from dust, moisture, or contaminants. These protective measures help prevent the ingress of foreign particles or fluids that could potentially affect the performance or lifespan of the pulleys. Pulleys with effective sealing and protection mechanisms are better equipped to withstand harsh environments.

3. Temperature Extremes:

HTD pulleys are generally capable of operating within a wide temperature range. However, extreme temperatures, whether high or low, can pose challenges to their performance and longevity. High temperatures can cause thermal expansion, which may affect the dimensional stability of the pulleys and result in misalignment or increased wear. Low temperatures can lead to material brittleness and reduced flexibility, potentially impacting the pulleys’ ability to transmit power effectively. Pulleys designed for specific temperature ranges or those made from materials with superior temperature resistance properties are better suited for harsh temperature environments.

4. Moisture and Humidity:

Moisture and humidity can have a detrimental effect on the performance and lifespan of HTD pulleys, particularly if they are not adequately protected. Excessive moisture can lead to corrosion or rusting of metal pulleys and can degrade the performance of certain plastic materials. It can also cause lubricants to break down or wash away, resulting in increased friction and wear. Proper sealing, the use of corrosion-resistant materials, and regular maintenance to remove moisture buildup are essential for ensuring the pulleys’ ability to withstand humid or wet environments.

5. Chemical Exposure:

In environments where HTD pulleys are exposed to chemicals, their resistance to chemical corrosion becomes crucial. Certain chemicals can degrade the material properties of pulleys, leading to reduced strength, dimensional changes, or surface deterioration. The resistance of HTD pulleys to specific chemicals depends on the materials they are made from. It is important to select pulley materials that are compatible with the chemicals present in the environment to ensure long-term performance and reliability.

6. UV Radiation:

If HTD pulleys are exposed to direct sunlight or other sources of UV radiation, their resistance to UV degradation becomes important. Prolonged exposure to UV radiation can cause certain materials, such as plastics, to become brittle, fade in color, or experience surface degradation. Pulleys made from UV-resistant materials or those protected with coatings or additives that enhance UV resistance are better equipped to withstand outdoor or UV-exposed environments.

7. Application-Specific Considerations:

Finally, the specific application and operating conditions of HTD pulleys should be taken into account when assessing their ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions. Factors such as vibration, shock, dust, or abrasive particles present in the environment can affect the pulleys’ performance and lifespan. Understanding the unique requirements of the application and selecting pulleys that are designed or modified to meet those requirements can significantly enhance their ability to withstand harsh conditions.

In summary, the ability of HTD pulleys to withstand harsh environmental conditions depends on factors such as material selection, sealing and protection measures, temperature resistance, resistance to moisture and humidity, resistance to chemicals and UV radiation, and application-specific considerations. By considering these factors and selecting pulleys that are appropriately designed and constructed for the specific environmental conditions, their performance and longevity can be optimized even in challenging operating environments.

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What maintenance procedures are necessary to ensure the reliability of HTD pulleys?

To ensure the reliability and optimal performance of HTD pulleys, several maintenance procedures should be followed. These procedures help identify and address potential issues, prevent premature wear or failure, and extend the lifespan of the pulleys. Here’s a detailed explanation of the necessary maintenance procedures for HTD pulleys:

1. Regular Inspection:

Regular inspections are essential to identify any signs of wear, damage, or misalignment in HTD pulleys. Inspect the pulleys visually, looking for cracks, chips, or deformations. Check the teeth for excessive wear or damage. Ensure that the pulleys are properly aligned and that there are no signs of excessive vibration or noise during operation. Regular inspections allow for early detection of potential problems, enabling timely maintenance or replacement of the pulleys to prevent further damage or failures.

2. Belt Tension Checks:

Proper belt tension is crucial for the reliable operation of HTD pulleys. Insufficient tension can cause belt slippage, while excessive tension can lead to premature wear on the pulleys and belts. Regularly check the belt tension using appropriate tensioning tools or methods recommended by the pulley manufacturer. Adjust the tension as needed to ensure it falls within the specified range. Maintaining the correct belt tension helps optimize power transmission, reduce wear, and prevent belt failure.

3. Lubrication:

Lubrication is important for reducing friction and wear in HTD pulleys. Some pulleys may require periodic lubrication of the bearings or bushings to ensure smooth operation. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines to determine the appropriate lubrication intervals and the type of lubricant to use. Apply the lubricant as recommended, taking care not to over-lubricate. Proper lubrication helps minimize friction and heat generation, extending the lifespan of the pulleys and ensuring reliable performance.

4. Alignment:

Proper alignment of HTD pulleys is crucial for their reliability. Misalignment can cause premature wear on the belts, pulleys, and bearings, leading to reduced performance and potential failures. Regularly check the alignment of the pulleys using alignment tools or methods recommended by the manufacturer. Adjust the pulley positions as necessary to ensure proper alignment. Proper alignment ensures efficient power transmission, reduces wear, and minimizes the risk of belt slippage or premature failure.

5. Cleaning:

Keeping HTD pulleys clean is important for their reliable operation. Regularly clean the pulleys to remove dust, debris, or other contaminants that can accumulate on the pulley surfaces or teeth. Use a soft brush or cloth to gently clean the pulleys, taking care not to damage the teeth or other delicate parts. Avoid using harsh chemicals that can degrade the pulley material. Clean pulleys contribute to improved belt traction, reduced wear, and enhanced overall reliability.

6. Replacement of Worn or Damaged Components:

If any HTD pulley components, such as the pulleys themselves or the belts, are worn, damaged, or nearing the end of their lifespan, they should be replaced promptly. Worn or damaged pulleys can compromise the performance and reliability of the entire system. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for replacement parts and ensure that the new components meet the required specifications. Timely replacement of worn or damaged components helps maintain the reliability and longevity of HTD pulleys.

7. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:

Lastly, it is important to follow the specific maintenance guidelines provided by the HTD pulley manufacturer. Different pulley designs and materials may require specific maintenance procedures or intervals. Consult the manufacturer’s documentation for detailed instructions on maintenance, lubrication, inspection, and any other relevant procedures. Adhering to the manufacturer’s guidelines ensures that the pulleys are maintained correctly and maximizes their reliability and performance.

In summary, to ensure the reliability of HTD pulleys, regular inspections, belt tension checks, lubrication, alignment, cleaning, replacement of worn components, and adherence to the manufacturer’s guidelines are necessary. By following these maintenance procedures, the lifespan of HTD pulleys can be extended, and their reliable operation can be ensured, minimizing downtime and optimizing the performance of the systems in which they are used.

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Can you explain the design features and profile of an HTD pulley?

An HTD pulley, which stands for “High Torque Drive” pulley, has specific design features and a unique tooth profile that distinguishes it from other pulley types. Here’s a detailed explanation of the design features and profile of an HTD pulley:

1. Tooth Profile:

The tooth profile of an HTD pulley is trapezoidal in shape. It consists of a series of trapezoidal teeth evenly spaced around the circumference of the pulley. The tooth profile is specifically designed to match the shape of HTD belts, which also have trapezoidal teeth. The trapezoidal tooth profile ensures a larger contact area between the pulley and the belt, enabling efficient power transmission and improved torque capacity.

2. Tooth Pitch:

The tooth pitch of an HTD pulley refers to the distance between the center of one tooth to the center of the adjacent tooth. HTD pulleys are available in different tooth pitches, such as 3 mm, 5 mm, 8 mm, and 14 mm, among others. The tooth pitch must match the tooth pitch of the corresponding HTD belt to ensure proper engagement and power transmission. It is essential to select a pulley with the correct tooth pitch for a given application.

3. Tooth Angle:

The trapezoidal teeth of an HTD pulley have a specific tooth angle. The tooth angle refers to the angle between the tooth face and a line perpendicular to the pulley’s axis. The tooth angle for HTD pulleys is typically 20 degrees. This angle ensures a positive engagement between the pulley and the belt, minimizing the risk of slippage and providing reliable power transmission.

4. Tooth Shape:

The teeth of an HTD pulley have a slightly curved or rounded shape to facilitate smooth engagement and disengagement with the HTD belt. The curved tooth shape allows for gradual contact between the pulley and the belt, reducing stress concentration and minimizing the risk of tooth or belt damage. The curved tooth shape also helps reduce noise and vibration during operation.

5. Flanges and Belt Retention:

HTD pulleys often feature flanges on either side of the toothed section. The flanges help keep the HTD belt properly aligned and prevent it from slipping off the pulley during operation. The flanges provide lateral guidance and improve the overall stability of the belt. In some cases, the flanges may have recessed areas or grooves to accommodate belt guides or tensioning mechanisms.

6. Material and Construction:

HTD pulleys can be made from various materials, including aluminum, steel, or plastic. The material choice depends on factors such as the application requirements, operating environment, and cost considerations. Aluminum pulleys are lightweight and commonly used in applications where weight reduction is important. Steel pulleys offer high strength and durability, suitable for heavy-duty applications. Plastic pulleys are often used in applications where corrosion resistance, low noise, and cost-effectiveness are priorities.

7. Number of Teeth:

HTD pulleys are available in different configurations with varying numbers of teeth. The number of teeth affects the speed ratio and the torque capacity of the pulley system. Pulleys with more teeth provide higher torque capacity but may result in a larger pulley size. The selection of the appropriate number of teeth depends on the specific application requirements, including the desired speed, torque, and space limitations.

In summary, an HTD pulley features a trapezoidal tooth profile designed to match HTD belts. Its design includes specific tooth pitch, tooth angle, tooth shape, flanges for belt retention, and a choice of materials. The design features and tooth profile of an HTD pulley ensure efficient power transmission, accurate timing, reduced slippage, and reliable operation in various applications requiring high torque capacity and precise synchronization.

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editor by CX

2024-04-26