Synchronous Pulleys Synchronous Pulley parts improve performance of motor-driven systems, increasing energy efficiency and reducing maintenance costs. Synchronous drive allows adjustment of speed and torque while linking mechanically rotating components; belts and pulleys use teeth to prevent slippage and unwanted speed variations.
You can expect three types of molded Synchronous Pulleys to meet up the low-cost needs in office automation tools and space-saving automated equipment
Synchronous Pulley S (sintered metal)
Synchronous Pulley D (aluminum, zinc die cast)
Synchronous Pulley MT (resin injection)
Lightweight and cost-effective make use of in office and automated equipment
Description: They are toothed pulleys that transmit power through positive engagement between the pulley the teeth and sprocket grooves instead of friction used in standard belts. They use the tooth-grip principle where square, circular, or modified curvilinear pulley teeth mesh with correctly timed grooves on a drive for positive power transmission. Because the pulley maintains positive engagement with the traveling gear sprocket, power transmitting is smooth. For instance, there is no need to worry about the pulley slipping over the way it happens with regular belt drives. Furthermore, the thin cross portion of synchronous pulleys implies that less energy is required to run it. On important drives, using a synchronous pulley that will not require retensioning can help to improve your systems energy performance. It also helps to reduce downtime. This will help to increase the overall production. Another benefit of using synchronous pulleys is that they allow your system to operate under varying speeds, loads, and frequent starts. Nevertheless, it is important to make sure that your machine is usually maintained at top condition for optimal performance. If installed properly, you are certain of high mechanical efficiency. Synchronous pulleys can deliver as high as 98% efficiency when installed properly. That is higher than the common V-belts that provide an average efficiency of 96%. Nevertheless, it is important to appreciate that synchronous pulleys aren’t ideal for all circumstances. If your production system was designed to use the regular belts, changing to synchronous pulleys might require some adjustments. For that reason, you should consider engaging an expert before shifting to synchronous pulleys.
Ever-power’s SYNCHRONOUS pulleys are available for almost every shaft diameter in relation to number of teeth as well regarding the profile chosen. They offer the option of non-positive or positive connections to the shaft using a clamping screw, keyway or conical clamping sleeve. MISUMI provides timing pulleys in aluminium or metal versions.
Ever-power offers a large range of various timing pulleys
From various components: Aluminium, steel (1.1191/C45Electronic) and stainless steel (1.4301)
Different profile shapes (MXL, XL, L, H, GT, YU, T and AT)
With additional surface treatment: anodized, clear or black, chemically nickel-plated and burnished
In disc form ?Form A? and offset hub ?Form B?
With individually configurable shaft diameters for most sizes
Ever-power synchronous pulleys are produced from high quality iron (GG25), tolerate shock loading and achieve rim speeds of up to 40m/s. Available with pilot bore fixings or using the Ever-power shaft fixing system for ultimate versatility.
Obtainable in both classical Timing and HTD profiles
Statically balanced to exceed grade G 6.3 (ISO 1940)
Rim speeds up to a maximum of 40m/s
Blackened to lessen corrosion, acts as an ideal primer and removes the necessity for cleaning coating brokers prior to installation.
Precision machined grooves to safeguard and maximise belt lifestyle whilst reducing noise
Ever-power mounting, for simple and quick installation
Particular designs and sizes available
aluminium, anodized E6/EV1
Housing from profile 45 x 90
Sprocket galvanized steel, ready for installation
maximum weight of the lifting door with paired insertion of the pulley, 34kg
weight = 0.340 kg/piece