Where a broad range of speed ratios (up to 60:1) is required, Multi-Rib V-belts are often recommended. Belt turnover is eliminated. Additionally, Multi-Rib V-belts offer greater flexibility than banded V-belts for smaller pulley diameters and more compact drives. Greater belt rib to pulley groove contact gives more power transmission in less space. Multi-Rib V-belts are also available in polyurethane construction on special order. For K section automotive and other sizes not listed, consult Jason/Megadyne. Multi-Rib V-belts conform to ARPM Engineering Standard IP-26 and ISO 9982.

 

Multi-Rib V-belts are specified by the effective length in inches multiplied by 10, the cross section and the number of ribs Example 445J6

 

Features & Benefits

High Flexibility Runs on small diameter pulleys, speed ratios up to 60:1

Multiple Rib Construction Eliminates turnover, one belt per drive, reduced noise and vibration

Polyester Tensile Cord High power capacity, low stretch

Fiber Reinforced Back Lateral stiffness

Multiple Profiles Wide range of power design powers up to 800 HP

 

Construction

Compound Polybutadiene

Tensile Cord Polyester

 

 

Applications To be used in most classical, wedge, or FHP applications where the most compact and reliable drives are needed

Engineering Standards Conforms to ARPM standard IP-26 and ISO 9982

Recommended Pulleys Use pulleys made to ARPM/ISO standards

Special Constructions

Additional Cover Rubber (Max. 1/8)

Ground Top or Ribs (Max 10 Width)

Non-Marking

 

 

Flexonic - Special construction elastic Multi-Rib belts now available for OEM applications. No take-up or idlers required. Custom-designed for your fixed center drives. Consult Jason/Megadyne Engineering for details.