Introduce several common double-sided tooth timing belt damage forms.
1. Insufficient tension
If the tension is insufficient, the friction is insufficient, and slippage occurs, which intensifies the wear of the timing belt, makes it lose its ability to transmit loads, and the transmission is unstable, causing the belt transmission to fail.
2. Excessive tension
Excessive tension and large deformation of the double-sided toothed timing belt will reduce the life of the timing belt.
3. There is debris on the timing belt
If there are debris such as stolen oil and grease on the timing belt, because the debris contains chemicals, it can invade the timing belt and damage its material structure.
4. The timing pulley is not aligned
If the timing belt is not aligned, it will cause the timing belt to slip, twist and heat and wear inside, so the timing belt must be aligned.
5. The length of the timing belt varies
If the length of a row of belts is unequal, the tension of each synchronous belt will be different, and some will have slippage or excessive tension, which will damage the synchronous belt. Therefore, the same type of timing belt must be selected during use.
6. If the timing belt does not work for a long time, it should be opened, otherwise it will reduce the life of the timing belt and deform the timing belt.
7. If the timing belt is stored for too long, it will make the rubber aging and reduce the life.
8. If the environment of the use site contains dust, acid or alkali gas or other gases that damage the timing belt, it will also shorten the life of the timing belt.
9. Excessive vibration
If the vibration of the machine makes the timing belt twitch rapidly, this will cause the timing belt to be seriously damaged and reduce the service life.
10. Start overload
When the timing belt starts under overload, excessive tension will occur, causing the timing belt to be damaged due to sliding.
11. Double-sided tooth synchronous belt wheel groove wear
If the synchronous belt wheel is used for a long time, the groove edge wear increases and the angle is not accurate. The synchronous belt will touch the bottom of the groove. In order to drive the machine, the tension must be increased, causing damage to the V-belt.