Suitable for high-precision positioning applications and high-power transmission applications, BRECOflex’s truly endless (seamless) timing belts incorporate “bifilar tension member technology” as well as “standard plus” manufacturing technology, come with nylon facing (PAZ, PAR), and a large variety of backing materials, and are available with 8 days lead time for most common pitches including T5, AT5, T10, AT10, T1/2-in. (H) with any custom belt length within 1,080 to 6,500 mm.
For linear drives and conveyors operating with food processing and wash-down applications, BRECOflex’s FDA-approved BRECOprotect timing belt provides stiffness and accuracy with carbon steel cords fully encapsulated in hydrolysis-resistant blue polyurethane.
Polyurethane timing belts with advanced steel tension members from BRECOflex provide high efficiency, quality strength/flex characteristics, high bonding strength and accuracy, and reliability, compact design, fatigue reduction, balanced tension-straight running, and long service life.
The New Generation SM5 Universal Tension Meter from BRECOflex measures the frequency (Hz) of all belt types, regardless of the belting and tension member material, providing belt-frequency readings of 7Hz to 450 Hz +/-5 Hz.
Brecoflex offers a complete line of Esband® truly endless woven flat belts without any seam or weld at the base belt. Belting is made of elastic yarn, polyamide, polyester, cotton, Kevlar®, Nomex, or glass fiber, and may be coated with various materials such as polyurethane, natural rubber, neoprene rubber, NBR rubber, XNBR rubber, silicone, PVC, or EPDM.
Brecoflex® timing belts with bifilar tension member arrangements represent both “S” and “Z” (right- and left-hand) lay. Bifilar design means tension members alternate to prevent formation of lateral forces, balancing the timing belts for truer tracking.
Brecoflex's (Eatontown, NJ) PU timing belts have steel-cord tension members that maintain permanent pitch and positional accuracy in positioning, dividing, combining, transporting, stepping and sychronous conveying.