- Automobile and motorcycle transmission belts
The timing belt is a synchronized transmission belt that transmits power when the belt and pulley establish teeth meshing. The noise level is lower compared to chain and gear. Because oiling is not required it is able to achieve clean power transmission.
OHC Timing Belt
A high torque drive belt with transmission efficiency that is used for automotive cam shaft drives. It has excellent durability, even in the characteristically high temperature environment of the engine room and excellent quietness compared to gear and chain.
Timing Belt in Oil
Conventional timing belt's endurance reliability, oil and heat resistance have greatly improved, a belt that can be used similarly to chain drive system where oil sticks inside the engine block (in the oil environment). Because the guide that is essential to chain drive system is not necessary, the weight of the engine, as well as noise is reduced, and will contribute to reduced fuel consumption which improves friction loss (engine torque).
Rear Wheel Drive Timing Belt
A belt that was developed for rear wheel drive motorcycle. Even under harsh environments with dust and mud, along with exhibiting high transmission ability, in regards to a drive chain, it has superior quietness and is light weight. In addition the oiling maintenance for drive chain is unnecessary.