V-Belt

V-belts are widely used on high speed and high torque drives on light, heavy industrial and automotive machines. The Vee belts that are manufactured are incorporated with the latest art of technology and compiling all the IS : 2494 standards. These belts have exceptional length stability, have a great shock absorbing capacity and drive uniformity. The range of Industrial V Belts has different sections namely A, B, C, D and E.

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Section   Dimension Angle

Deg
Pitch width 
(Wp)
Min Pulley Dia.
mm
Details
Tw
mm
Th
mm  
8 8.0 5.0 40 6.7 40
Z 10.0 6.0 40 8.5 50
A 13.0 8.0 40 11.0 71 Details
B 17.0 11.0 40 14.0 112 Details
20 20.0 13.0 40 17.0 160
C 22.0 14.0 40 19.0 180 Details
25 25.0 16.0 40 21.0 250
D 32.0 19.0 40 27.0 355 Details
E 38.0 23.0 40 32.0 500 Details
Section   Dimension Angle

Deg
Pitch width 
(Wp)
Min Pulley Dia.
mm
Tw
mm
Th
mm  
SPZ 10.0 8.0 40 8.5 63
SPA 13.0 10.0 40 11.0 90
SPB 17.0 14.0 40 14.0 140
SPC 22.0 18.0 40 13.0 224
Section   Dimension Angle

Deg
Pitch width 
(Wp)
Min Pulley Dia.
mm
Tw
mm
Th
mm  
3V 9.7 8.0 40 9.7 63
5V 15.8 14.0 40 15.0 140
8V 25.4 23 40 25.4 335

V-Belts Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter in India

Jigna Sales Corporation, India’s leading V-belt manufacturer, understands the importance of providing reliable power to your industrial equipment. V-belts, simplified yet effective, are the workhorses that keep your activities running smoothly.

Built for Endurance: Understanding V-Belt Construction

Our V-belts are optimized to withstand harsh industrial conditions. Here is a breakdown of their highlights:


Frequently Asked Questions about V-Belt

The lifespan of a V-belt depends on various factors like operating conditions, maintenance practices, and the specific belt type. However, Jigna Sales V-belts are built with high-quality materials and construction techniques, ensuring extended service life under normal operating conditions. We can provide more specific estimates based on your application details.

Some signs indicate a V-belt nearing replacement:

  • Visible cracks or excessive wear on the belt surface.
  • A glazed appearance on the belt.
  • The belt becomes loose and requires frequent adjustments.

If you notice any of these signs, contact Jigna Sales for a consultation. Our team can help diagnose the issue and recommend the appropriate course of action.

Replacing a V-belt can be achievable for those comfortable with basic mechanical work. However, if you’re unsure about the process or your specific equipment, it’s best to consult a qualified maintenance technician. Improper installation can lead to premature belt failure and potential damage to your machinery.

To provide you with the most accurate quote, it’s helpful to know:

  • The specific size and type of V-belt you require (refer to our sizing guide or consult our team for assistance).
  • The quantity of V-belts needed.
  • Any specific features required, such as wrapped covers or cogged designs.
  • Details about your application, including the type of machinery and operating conditions.

The more information you provide, the better we can tailor a V-belt solution to your exact needs.

The best V-belt for your machine is chosen by its individual application and needs. Classical V-belts, thin V-belts, and raw-edge V-belts are all common forms. Classical V-belts are flexible, thin V-belts are ideal for small drives, and raw-edge V-belts provide more flexibility and efficiency.
A V-belt drive is a mechanism that uses V-shaped belts to transmit power between two rotating pulleys. It is a widely used method in various industries for efficiently transferring power from the driving pulley to the driven pulley. V-belt drives are known for their flexibility, durability, and ease of installation.
Flat belt drives are power transmission systems that use flat belts instead of V-shaped belts. These belts are typically larger and have a bigger surface area in contact with the pulleys. Flat belt drives are ideal for applications needing less intense engagement and are commonly seen in light-duty machines.

V-belts are divided into sections, each of which has been designed for a certain application. Sections such as A, B, C, D, E, and others are common. The parts represent the belt’s breadth and thickness. Larger sections, such as D and E, are used for heavy-duty applications, while smaller sections, such as A and B, are suitable for lighter loads.

V-belts are used in machinery such as industrial equipment, vehicle engines, and domestic appliances to transport power between two shafts. They are flexible and can be used in a variety of applications, ranging from simple conveyor systems to complicated manufacturing gear. V-belts are used in power transmission because of reliability, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

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