- Narrow 3V cross section V-belt is 0.38" wide and 0.33" high
- Suitable for use in multi-belt drives
- Polyester tension members add synthetic reinforcement for tensile strength
- Operating temperature range of -67 to 158 degrees F
- Meets DIN 7753 and ISO 1813 for quality assurance
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Continental ContiTech V-Belt, Rubber, Inch, 3V Cross Section, 0.38" Width
|Brand Name||Continental ContiTech|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
The ContiTech narrow 3V cross section V-belt is 0.38" wide and 0.33" high, ... See more product details
The ContiTech narrow 3V cross section V-belt is 0.38" wide and 0.33" high, and is suitable for use in multi-belt drives that require matched sets of belts. Polyester tension members increase tensile strength and reduce elongation to maintain dimensional stability so that drive performance is consistent over the life of the belt. This belt is made of natural rubber and has a fiber jacket to make it oil and dust resistant, static conductive, and give it an operating temperature range of -67 to 158 degrees F. This V-belt meets DIN 7753 (Deutsches Institut für Normung) and ISO 1813 (International Standard Organization) for quality assurance, making it appropriate for use in the presence of explosive gases, liquids, powders, and other substances. This ContiTech V-belt is suitable for use in ventilation fans, agricultural applications, and machine tools.
Traditional classical belts are designed for operating at higher speeds over small diameter pulleys and short-center distances. They can be used in multiple V-belt drives and are used frequently in farming and manufacturing environments. They are constructed to withstand the heat of the outdoors and oily, dirt-filled manufacturing environments.
Lovejoy manufactures flexible couplings, universal joints, variable speed drives and various other transmission and mechanical power products. Their products meet the standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA), the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) for quality assurance. The company, founded in 1900, is based in Downers Grove, IL.