Timing Belts

Wide range of timing belts from BANDO and other suppliers, which means we can offer our customers a complete transmission solution.
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TN Profile

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Timing belt in polyurethane, pitch 1,0 or 1,5 mm. For miniature drives or smaller applications with demands on high position accuracy. The timing belt wedges down into the pulley when engaging, which means that there will be no backlash in the operation of the rotary switch. Used for example in printers, scanners, x-y-plotter, small robots and within medicine-, sound- och movie equipment.
  • Pitch 1,0 mm och 1,5 mm
  • Polyurethane with polyester-, kevlar- or steel cord
  • Backlash-free. No polygon effect
  • High position accuracy
  • Good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals

 

Classic Profile

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The classic profile is the first type of timing belt, manufacturing started in the middle of 1940’s. It’s still used in some new designs when a synchronous operation without any larger power needs. Wide range of belt lengths and suppliers.
  • Pitches: MXL, XL, L, H, XH
  • Neoprene rubber with nylon weave on teeth side
  • Glass fiber cord as standard
  • Wider range of belt lengths

 

STS Profile

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STS Profile

Timing belts with pitch from 1,5 mm up to 14 mm. The smaller pitches is often used in applications as office machines, banknote machines and printers. The advantage is good flexibility, low noise level and a wide range of belt lengths. Manufactured in both rubber and polyurethane with glass fiber cord.

Pitch from 5 mm to 14 mm, for middle sized to larger industrial applications.

  • Neoprene rubber with nylon weave on teeth side
  • STS S2M – S3M also as standard in polyurethane
  • Glass fiber cord as standard
  • Good power transfer capability
  • High  positioning accuracy
  • CLEAN Belt performance

CLEAN Belt

Timing belt of rubber (neoprene) is often used in applications such as office machines, bank note machines and printers, the advantage is good flexibility and low noise level the disadvantage is that the belt sheds rubber. CLEAN Belt has a denser nylon weave on the teeth side that reduce the shed of rubber dust and has a lower noise level then the standard belt, approx 15%.

 

STS Profile – KPS King Power

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Used in larger industrial applications. High power transmission ability and good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals.

Kevlar cord with high allowed traction that withstand tough reversing and intermittent duties.

  • Timing belt King Power pitch:
    8 mm (KPS S8M)
    14 mm (KPS S14M)
  • Polyurethane with kevlar cord
  • High power belt for larger industrial applications
  • High allowed traction force
  • Good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals

 

HTD Profile

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The HTD profile was the first power belt, the rounded teeth profile made the transmitted power to be doubled compared to the classic teeth profile. The HTD profile is still the most common transmission belt for power transmission. HTD has been developed over the years with better included materials, resulting in a increased the power outlet by 2-3 times.
  • Pitch 3, 5, 8 and 14 mm
  • Standard and high power performance (HP)
  • Polychloroprene with polyamide weave on teeth side.
  • The HTD profile is one of the best belts for dusty environments, it’s more self-cleaning owing to the rounded teeth design

 

T Profile

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T2,5 in polyurethane with steel- or kevlar cord
T5 in polyuretan in polyurethane with steel-, glass fiber- or kevlar cord
T10 in polyurethane with steel-, glass fiber-, tetrone- or kevlar cord

Glass fiber cord
High flexibility, 80% better bending frequency against fatigue, compared to standard steel cord. Up to 50% longer lifetime. Similar power transmission as with steel cord. S- and Z cord for straighter movement and less friction against flanges.

Tetrone cord
Used in environment where the belt is contact with water, detergents and solvents.

  • Polyurethane with steel-, glass fiber-, tetrone- or kevlar cord
  • Good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals

 

AT Profile

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Polyurethane with steel cord. High allowed traction force, high position accuracy. Good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals. Often used in applications with lower speeds , high torques and in linear drives there desired accuracy with a minimum of extension in rapid starts and stops.
  • Pitch 5 och 10 mm
  • Polyurethane with steel cord
  • Good power transfer capability
  • High position accuracy
  • High allowed traction force
  • Good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals

 

Open ended timing belt

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Depending on strength, accuracy, flexibility, environment and mechanical-chemical resistivity is timing belt manufactured open ended in several different teeth profiles and including materials.

The teeth and back of the timing belt is manufactured in thermoplastic polyurethane or neophrene (rubber).

Polyuretane

Has high abrasion resistance and a good resistivity to oil, petrol and certain chemicals. Thermoplastic polyurethane makes it possible to finger join the belt to desired length.

This type of belt can be fitted with attachments for various transportation purposes.

Neoprene

Has as standard a nylon weave on the teeth side, that protects the belt against abrasion and reduce the friction. Resistant to higher temperature, up to 90°C as standard, up to 120°C on request. Polyurethane resists approx, 80°C.

Cord

The cord is the backcone of a timing belt and chosen based on qualities such as strength, flexibility, chemical-mechanical resitens, environment etc. Common are glass fiber, steel or kevlar cord

Glassfiber cord

Has high flexibility, which ensures a long life and a more attenuated run at jerky loads. Glass fiber cord are normally only in neoprene design.

Steel cord

Has a high allowed traction power and lower flexibility, which makes the belt suitable for linear movements where you want accuracy with minimum extension for quick starts and stops.

Kevlar cord

Has a high allowed traction power but a bit higher flexibility compared to steel cord, which makes the belt “flexing” at high speed torque loads, this allows the torque peaks in the belt to be lower and life-time increases.