Rubber Timing Belts

Timing belts make less noise compare to chain belts and gear belts and has high transmission capacity and efficiency. Timing belt is widely used for wood processing, mining, packing pipeline, weaving and many other machines. This belt doesn’t require lubrication hence its maintenance free and able to deal with storm stress. Replacement of Timing Belts is time and cost saving than the alternative.

Different types of timing belts :

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Type Pitch
Pb(mm)
Tooth height
ht(mm)
Belt thickness
hs(mm)
Angle β° Details
MXL 2.030 0.51 1.14 40 Details
XL 5.080 1.27 2.30 50 Details
L 9.525 1.91 3.60 40 Details
H 12.70 2.29 4.30 40 Details
XH 22.225 6.35 11.20 40 Details
XXH 31.750 9.53 15.70 40 Details
Teeth draw
Gear code Type Pitch
Pb(mm)
Tooth height
Ht(mm)
Belt thickness
hs(mm)
Details
HTD 2M 2 0.75 1.36 Details
3M 3 1.17 2.4 Details
5M 5 2.06 3.8 Details
8M 8 3.36 6.00 Details
14M 14 6.02 10.00 Details
20M 20 8.4 13.20 Details
Rubber timing belt tooth pitch
Gear code Type Pitch
Pb(mm)
Tooth height
Ht(mm)
Belt thickness
hs(mm)
Details
STPD/STS S2M 2 0.76 1.36 Details
S3M 3 1.14 1.9 Details
S4.5M 4.5 1.71 2.81 Details
S5M 5 1.91 3.4 Details
S8M 8 3.05 5.3 Details
S14M 14 5.3 10.2 Details
Rubber timing belt tooth height
Gear code Type Pitch
Pb(mm)
Tooth height
Ht(mm)
Belt thickness
hs(mm)
Details
RPP/HPPD 2M 2 0.76 1.36 Details
3M 3 1.15 1.9 Details
5M 5 1.95 3.5 Details
8M 8 3.2 5.5 Details
14M 14 6.00 10 Details

India's Leading Manufacturers of Industrial Rubber Timing Belts

Jigna Sales is one of the leading rubber timing belt manufacturers in India used in various industrial applications. We have been in the business for several years and have an established reputation for producing high-quality timing belts that are reliable, durable, and cost-effective.


FAQ’s

the rotation of the engine’s crankshaft and camshaft and is also known as a timing chain or toothed belt. This synchronization guarantees that the valves of the engine open and close at the correct moments, improving combustion and overall engine performance.
The lifespan of a rubber timing belt varies according to factors such as driving conditions, maintenance, and belt quality. They normally last between 60,000 and 100,000 miles on average. It is, nevertheless, critical to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for specified replacement intervals, as failing to replace a worn-out timing belt can result in severe engine damage.
The rubber-based synchronous timing belt is the most popular form of timing belt. It has teeth on the inside that mesh with gears on the crankshaft and camshaft of the engine. This toothed construction guarantees exact timing and prevents slippage, making it a popular and dependable option in a wide range of automotive applications.
In terms of design and application, industrial timing belts differ from normal belts. While normal belts are commonly used in simple power transmission systems, industrial timing belts are designed for harsher conditions. For improved strength and durability, they are frequently reinforced with materials such as fiberglass or Kevlar. Depending on the industrial application, industrial timing belts may also have specialized coatings to resist wear, heat, or chemicals.

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