Conventional V Belts A B C D E Sections
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The most popular Classical V Belt profiles are the A, B, C, D and E Profiles. These five profiles of V belts are different in their dimensions of cross section area, height, and width. Depending on the application, measuring your old v belt will determine which of these five profiles will suffice for your application.Conventional V Belts are the A, B, C, D and E Sections
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Classical A Section V Belt ProfileTh A profile is half of an inch (1/2″ ) in width, and five sixteenth ( 5/16″) in overhaul height. In metric units, this is 10 millimeters (mm) in width, and eight (8) millimeters (mm) in total height. The lengths of the belt can be anywhere from a minimum of seventeen (17) inches, ( or 480 mm), to a maximum of 200 hundred (200) inches (which is 5200 mm). Classical B Section V Belt ProfileTh B profile is 21/32″ in width, and 13/32″) in overhaul height. In metric units, this is 17 millimeters (mm) in width, and eleven (11) millimeters (mm) in total height. The lengths of the belt can be anywhere from a minimum of twenty two (22) inches, ( or 560 mm), to a maximum of four hundred and forty one (441) inches (which is 11200 mm). Classical C Section V Belt ProfileTh C profile is seven eight (7/8″ ) in width, and seventeen thirty second (17/32″) in overhaul height. In metric units, this is 22 millimeters (mm) in width, and fourteen (14) millimeters (mm) in total height. The lengths of the belt can be anywhere from a minimum of thirty five (35) inches, ( or 900 mm), to a maximum of four hundred and forty one (441) inches (which is 11200 mm). Classical D Section V Belt ProfileTh D profile is one and a quarter of an inch (1 1/4″ ) in width, and three quarters (3/4″) in overhaul height. In metric units, this is 32 millimeters (mm) in width, and nineteen (19) millimeters (mm) in total height. The lengths of the belt can be anywhere from a minimum of seventy five (75) inches, ( or 480 mm), to a maximum of five hundred and forty (540) inches (which is 13700 mm). Classical E Section V Belt ProfileTh E profile is one and a half inch (1 1/2″ ) in width, and twenty nine over thirty second (29/32″) in overhaul height. In metric units, this is 38 millimeters (mm) in width, and twenty three (23) millimeters (mm) in total height. The lengths of the belt can be anywhere from a minimum of one hundred and eighteen (118) inches, ( or 3000 mm), to a maximum of five hundred and forty (540) inches (which is 13700 mm). 