Summary:In addition to PE timing belts, there are also timing belts of various materials such as rubber, PU, and silicone. Among them, rubber timing belts are widely used in textiles, machine tools, tobacco, communication cables, light industry, chemicals,......
In addition to PE timing belts, there are also timing belts of various materials such as rubber, PU, and silicone. Among them, rubber timing belts are widely used in textiles, machine tools, tobacco, communication cables, light industry, chemicals, metallurgy, instrumentation, food, and mining. In various types of mechanical transmission in various industries such as, petroleum, automobile, etc., PE timing belts are mainly used in high-load precision transmissions such as insulating glass and ceramic industries, or in some harsh environments such as corrosive substances ~ two kinds of timing belts The performance is varied, but there is indeed a certain difference!
1. Different materials: the rubber timing belt is made of neoprene or nitrile rubber, and the PE timing belt is made of thermoplastic polyethylene.
2. Different hardness: rubber timing belts are relatively soft (about 65 degrees Shore), and PE timing belts are slightly harder (usually at 92 degrees Shore)
3. Different applications: rubber timing belts are relatively more widely used, while PE timing belts have certain limitations
4. The production process is different: the production process of rubber timing belt is relatively cumbersome, including rubber mixing, mixing, vulcanization, etc., while the process of PE timing belt will be simpler
5. Material characteristics are different: PE timing belts are more resistant to corrosion, acid and alkali and other chemicals than rubber timing belts, low temperature resistance, better chemical stability, and excellent electrical insulation!
Through the above five points of difference analysis between PE timing belts and rubber timing belts.I believe you all have a certain understanding!