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Timing Belting Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of timing belting manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top timing belting manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any timing belting company can design, engineer, and manufacture timing beltings to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach timing belting companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of urethane timing belt, spliced timing belt, metric timing belts.

  • Hilliard, OH 800-770-2358

    We offer our customers superior conveyor belting products made from high quality polyurethane. Our company offers a variety of belting types, including timing belting, V belts, and flat belts. No matter what kind of product you need, we can help. We carry everything from food safe belts to belts designed for industrial use. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Sioux Falls, SD 888-291-5450

    V-Belt Global Supply is the largest online distributor of industrial belts and now offers a Commercial Discount Program with savings up to 32%. Our tiered pricing benefits those spending between $300 and $25,000 annually, offering big savings on a wide variety of belts like Kevlar belts, Timing belts, Banded belts, Metric v-belts, Cogged metric belts, Kevlar Wedge Banded Belts, and more. Our distribution centers are located throughout the U.S. and offer Free Shipping on orders over $199.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI 800-451-4537

    Sparks Belting designs, manufactures and distributes customized conveyor belting, motorized pulleys and powered rollers. We have a belting assortment of over 200+ styles that include: polyurethane, modular, endless, v-guide, lacing, cleat and so many more. Sparks can provide you with innovative solutions for your conveyor belting and pulley requirements. Contact us today.

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  • Lincolnwood, IL 847-673-8900

    A specialty belt house providing custom solutions for conveyor and power transmission applications since 1934, Voss Belting & Specialty Company offers innovative conveyor belt design. Voss’ diverse line of timing belts, flat belts, urethane belts, silicone belts and more make them a leader in the expansion of belting design and fabrication and the number one choice for conveyor belt solutions.

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  • Beacon, NY 800-431-9981

    Chemprene, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Lightweight Rubber Conveyor Belting, Coated Fabrics, Diaphragms, and other precision molded products. Chemprene is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company with customers in all major regions of the world.

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  • Worcester, MA 800-640-8807

    Since 1854, we have been providing innovative solutions for repair, design and installation of all belting systems. We specialize in conveyor and v-belt systems, flat and round leather belts, rubber and nylon belting, timing belts, lacing belts and many more. Let Hudson Belting be your belt expert. We are celebrating 150 years of business and 75 years of family business. Contact us today!

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Timing Belting

Timing belts are used for power transmission or to interchange linear motion and rotary motion where maintaining a specific drive ratio or high loads are important. They are most widely used in the regulation of internal combustion engine operation. Linear position systems are a common non-automotive application of timing belts.

In the context of internal combustion engines, timing belts are the component responsible for controlling the timing of an engine's valves. If tensioned properly, timing belts have no slippage and are used to transfer direct motion for timing or indexing purposes. Timing belts are utilized in the camshafts of automobiles and stepper motors. They began to replace engine timing chains in 1970s. One of the advantages of timing belts over timing chains and gears is that timing belts do not require lubrication. They are specially designed to precisely fit around the gears with which they operate. Their use helps to ensure the safe and efficient operation of important engine components. Though in recent years there has been a moderate resurgence of timing chains and other non-belting engine regulation components, timing belts continue to be the dominant utility for engine valve regulation.

In automotive applications, a timing belt is a reinforced rubber belt with square teeth driven by the crankshaft, which operates the camshaft. In some engine designs, timing belts are also used to drive other engine components such as the water pump and oil pump. Compared to a gear or chain system, rubber timing belts are more cost effective, quieter in their operation, and mechanically more efficient. Rubber timing belts can be made out of several different materials. Traditionally, rubber belts have been made out of natural rubber and integrated synthetic fibers for added strength. Natural rubber is not very heat resistant, though, and it can corrode in the presence of oil and other petrochemicals. For this reason, synthetic rubber materials like highly-saturated nitrile and other varieties have gained in popularity. Conveyor belt materials can be engineered to resist high heat and corrosion, which gives them a longer operating lifespan than natural rubber belts. Because of their importance in so many engine systems, timing belts are widely manufactured and are likely to continue to occupy a large percentage of all conveyor belt varieties produced annually.

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