- Grooved design for applications requiring synchronous rotation
- Steel for resistance to wear
- Extra Light (XL) pitch profile for use with same-pitch trapezoidal tooth belts
- Stock bore, does not require use of a bushing
- Flangeless pulley for use where belt side thrust is not an issue
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Martin D-1 and D-2 Type Timing Pulley, 1/5" Pitch, Extra Light, 1/4 And 3/8" Wide Belts, 0.3125" Bore, Flangeless
|Price:||$27.09 - $51.78|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
This Martin D-1 or D-2 type timing pulley has a 1/5" pitch, and is suitable... See more product details
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This Martin D-1 or D-2 type timing pulley has a 1/5" pitch, and is suitable for use with 1/4 and 3/8" wide Extra Light (XL) pitch profile trapezoidal tooth belt in power transmission applications that require synchronous rotation. This pulley has a plain bore and mounts to a drive shaft using setscrews. This flangeless pulley is used where belt side thrust is not an issue, and the steel construction resists wear. Timing pulleys are a type of drive pulley and are used in a wide range of mechanical and electronic drives, including automotive and printing industries.
Pulley drive systems consist of two or more pulleys that connect with a belt to transmit mechanical power across greater distances than systems that use gears. Pulleys (sheaves) are available in different types: V-belt, timing, round, or flat. Pulleys must match the belts that connect them (timing pulleys with trapezoidal grooves require a belt with trapezoidal teeth) and engage either on the sides of the pulley flange (classical V-belts, narrow V-belts, or round belts), on the flat outer diameter of the pulley (flat belts), or in pulley grooves that match belt teeth (timing belts, synchronous belts, or curvilinear belts). Pulleys are made of various materials, including cast iron, steel, aluminum, polycarbonate resin thermoplastic, and nylon, and they can meet a broad range of requirements, including increased torque, resistance to wear, and light weight. Pulleys are used in drive designs in the automotive, appliance, agriculture, textile, printing, mining, and office equipment industries.
Martin Sprocket & Gear manufactures power transmission products, material handling components, and industrial hand tools. The company, founded in 1951 and headquartered in Arlington, TX, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001:2008.