Rubber Belts

Rubber belts are an essential component used in various industries, including automotive, manufacturing, agriculture, and mining. They are made from a durable elastomeric material, such as neoprene, nitrile, or EPDM rubber, which can withstand high levels of stress, tension, and friction.

Rubber belts are used for power transmission, conveying, and driving various types of machinery and equipment. They come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and configurations, including V-belts, timing belts, flat belts, and ribbed belts, to meet different application requirements.

One of the primary benefits of rubber belts is their ability to transmit power efficiently and reliably. They are designed to transmit rotational force from one pulley to another, enabling machinery to operate at high speeds and under heavy loads. Rubber belts are also resistant to slippage, which helps to prevent power loss and maintain optimal efficiency.