A GT-type timing belt pulley is a type of timing belt that is used for various applications. It is commonly used in high-speed machine tools, compressors, printing machines, and textile machines. Its MR profile provides high-precision and accurate timing. It also offers a curvilinear shape that provides more surface contact between the belt and pulley, thereby preventing tooth distortion. These pulleys may be marked with identifying letters or numbers. They help identify a replacement belt.
These timing pulleys are cast iron or black oxide coated steel. They are available in different pitches, sizes, and materials. Generally, they fit GT2 and GT3-type belts. These pulleys also have another surface treatment. It is important to note that the design of the pulley is crucial for the proper operation of the timing belt.
When selecting a GT-type timing belt pulley, you should consider the belt used in your vehicle. If the timing belt operates in an environment with ozone gas, you should opt for a urethane belt. In addition, various sizing variables should be considered, such as pitch, width, and the number of teeth. The pulley should be able to meet all of these requirements and keep your vehicle running smoothly.
|Gt2 Gt3 Gt5 Type Timing Belt Pulleys
|MXL, XXL, XL, L, H, XH, XXH
|T2.5, T5, T10, T20
|HTD3M, HTD5M, HTD8M, HTD14M, HTD20M, Gt2, Gt3, Gt5
|S2M, S3M, S4.5M, S5M, S8M, S14M
|P2M, P3M, P5M, P8M, P14M
|G2M, G3M, G5M, Y8M
|10-150 teeth or customized
|2-200mm H7 precision or customized
|4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm, 50mm, 1/4”, 5/16”, 3/8”, 1/2”, 3/4”, 1”, 1.5”, 2”or customized
|We can provide the service of assembling setscrews, bearings, shafts, or taper bush.
|Aluminum alloy, stainless steel, S45C, plastic, brass, cast iron
|Anodize, Black Oxide, Phosphate, and Galvanization
The Advantages of Timing Belt Pulley 2GT/3GT/5GT Type:
- Longer belt life
- Precision registration
- Increased load-carrying capacity
- Quieter operation
- Precise positioning
How To Choose A Timing Belt Pulley?
There are many factors to consider when selecting a timing belt pulley, from its overall diameter to pitch. For optimal performance, the pulley should have at least 6 teeth in contact with the belt at any time. This will minimize belt slippage and reduce backlash. A minimum of 12 teeth and a maximum of 18 teeth is recommended for the best performance.
Timing belt pulleys can be made from a variety of materials. The type you choose will depend on the horsepower and temperature of your engine and the environment in which it will operate. For high-horsepower drive systems, aluminum timing belt pulleys are the best choice. For low-horsepower applications, steel or nylon timing belt pulleys are suitable.
Choosing the correct timing belt pulley for your engine’s environment starts with an environmental audit. The environment your timing belt is exposed to will affect the timing belt pulley’s performance and life expectancy. In climates with excessive oil or grease, a urethane belt is preferred.
The design of your timing belt is essential as well. It must be durable and offer adequate reserve horsepower. The belt should be designed to provide 3,000 hours of useful life. You should choose the diameter and pitch based on these criteria. You should never select a timing belt with a diameter smaller than the belt’s width.
A good choice for your timing belt offers high-performance and lower cost. Aluminum is the preferred choice for high-temperature applications, but nylon is an excellent option for lower-priced applications. Its lower failure temperature makes it a more affordable option for some applications.
The size of your timing belt must be compatible with the diameter and pitch of your engine’s engine. Choosing the correct diameter will also affect the overall drive torque capacity and increase the life of your timing belt. Lastly, you need to select the right pitch for the teeth of the timing belt.
Timing belt pulleys are used to link 2 shafts for homogeneous rotation. Traditional power transmission belts are smooth and can slip off their track, but a timing belt pulley has teeth or pockets to keep it firmly attached to the belt. This design allows for the correct timing and prevents misalignment.
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Why Choose Our Timing Belt Pulley?
Timing pulleys are widely used in various equipment where the timing of both drives is precious, and the display ratio is essential. A timing pulley’s benefit is eliminating slippage and maintaining constant angular velocity. Timing pulleys are manufactured per international and national standards with carbon steel/alloy steel/aluminum and hardened teeth to provide long life. We have been ranked as the most dependable and leading firm worldwide and actively emerged to offer a wide array of timing belts. Our sophisticated production unit’s timing pulleys are fabricated by our skilled personnel using advanced technology.
Known for superior sturdiness, dimensional accuracy, and durability, the offered range is manufactured in compliance with industry norms and guidelines. Further, we provide these components in various customized forms according to patrons’ specific requirements. Apart from this, these pulleys are quality tested by our quality controllers on different parameters.
1) Warranty: our timing pulley’s quality is excellent, and with insurance within 1 year, when you receive the products and find quality problems, we promise you could return it and free maintenance.
2) Drawings: please send your timing pulleys’ drawings to us to get the best quotation; If you have no drawings, please get in touch with us, then we can work out CAD drawings and the best reference for you ASAP.
3) Sample: we accept one-piece sample orders. We could do examples until you’re satisfied.
4) Confidentiality agreement: Strictly adherence to client confidentiality agreement for timing pulleys.