Pulleys and belts are prime movers, and Cutter-Sales caries the types you need.
We carry Goodyear, Opti, Jason, Bando, Pix and Bestioq belts. When Gates belts are called for we use Couplamatic belts, they are a good substitute for the Gates brand belt.
If your application calls for a Pirelli belt, we have high-quality equivalents in stock.
Our goal is to make sure you get the parts you need to get your equipment up and running quickly.
To keep things moving, turning, or to pull, or to transmit torque, pulleys and belts perform precise and reliable power transmission.
There are belts that rely on friction, such as grooved or V-belts, and belts that drive through toothed or cogged features. There are many secondary features that are very important in the proper selection of a V-belt or toothed belt, such as fiber material, casing material, tooth or groove shape, slotting and tooth grooving (sometimes employed as a noise reduction feature).
Pulleys are designated by the type of drive interface for the belt (e.g.- HTD, flat, V-belt, chain, conveyor belt, cable), absence or presence of guide flanges, hub and shaft mounting types and offsets, and the manner in which the hub is connected to the drive ring (e.g.- block, webbed, spoked or armed).
In addition to belts and pulleys, Cutter-Sales also carries associated parts, such as , idler pulleys, shafts, bearings, installation tools and even electric motors.
Modern belts really do not stretch, for most intents and purposes. Matching the belt to the application depends on how pliable the belt needs to be while still transmitting the required amount of force or torque between the sprockets and pulleys.
Following is a list of issues that can occur with belts and pulleys:
Cutter Sales has been providing superior customer service selling industrial supplies since 1980 to Northern Minneapolis Minnesota Businesses.
We are results-oriented and make no excuses. Give us the part number and we will find it.