With a strong history in mechanical belt variators, we get many enquiries for variable speed belts from across the country. In order to speed up the identification process, it is always best to have the following information ready…
What is the Outside Circumference?
What is the Top Width?
What is the Included Angle?
What is the Thickness?
From these parameters, we are able to determine the size. Different belt manufacturers refer to different lengths for their sizing, being either inside length, outside length or pitch length, but we know what the differences are.
Obviously, the best way to identify a variable speed belt is by looking at the numbers written on it, but we are well aware that they don’t last long in operation.