- Automobile and motorcycle transmission belts
V-ribbed Belts combine the high transmission characteristics of V Belts, the flexibility of Flat Belts, and compact system. Frictional transmission belts contribute to good transmission efficiency with a multi axis layout and smaller pulley diameter.
This belt, being superior in flexibility, is able to use smaller pulleys with high speed rotation. In addition, with the multiple V ribs low cord elasticity and a special rubber, it delivers superior power transmission capabilities.
There are grinded belts which form the rib shape by grinding and non-grinded belts which form the rib shape with a mold.
Low Friction Loss Belt
Low Friction Loss belt reduces friction loss by minimizing the internal heat generation of the belt rib rubber caused by bending and reduces accessory drive energy loss (engine torque loss). Used mainly by automobiles, recently the trends in the automotive industry include low fuel consumption and fuel efficiency items.
Reducing friction loss by minimizing the internal heat generation of the belt rib rubber
Low Modulus Belt
To optimize the belt installation with adequate stretch and power transmission with the necessary strength balance, the belt is not necessary for tensioner devices (tension pulley, bracket) that were required for conventional drive systems. By eliminating tensioners, you can save engine room with this light weight system.