Toothed and V-belt pulleys

We offer pulleys for all types of standard toothed belts. Pulleys are made as standard with a technological hole intended for further processing, or for mounting with a Taper-Lock sleeve with a keyway. A detailed technical specification of the products available in our offer is visible after clicking on the product category.

Of course, our product range also includes V-belt pulleys for V-belt drives. This solution is commonly found in industrial and agricultural machinery. The V-belt pulleys are perfectly balanced and ready to install. They are created in an automated production process, therefore they are made with reliable accuracy.

Wear of pulleys

Pulley gears are elements that are particularly exposed to wear. That is why it is worth reaching for the highest quality solutions, thanks to which even the most intensive use does not lead to such a rapid degradation of these components. One aspect that particularly affects wear pulley gears, there is the shape of the belt and pulleys themselves, as well as a related parameter called the parallelism of the shafts. Specialists dealing with this issue saw the shape coupling as the main destructive factor. Recent observations and research indicate, however, that friction-shape couplings have an equally serious, if not greater impact on this state of affairs. This is an important tip, thanks to which it is possible to design components with much greater durability, which in turn translates not only into the efficiency of machines, but above all the safety of their operators.

When designing pulleys, we pay special attention to the shape and shape of the teeth themselves. It is a parameter that allows you to minimize unnecessary friction, which, as a consequence and after many hours of operation, can lead to the destruction of elements. Another factor that we pay attention to when manufacturing pulleys is the strength of the materials we make up our components. It is worth emphasizing that depending on the material used, the service life of the elements may vary significantly. An example would be the wheel made of aluminum it provides failure-free operation for about ten thousand hours at a speed of 1450 revolutions per minute. After this time, deformations and scratches begin to appear on the surface of the wheel.