China Standard High Quality CZPT V-Belt Sb36 dexter axle

Product Description

Product Description

KUBOTA 688Q COMBINE SPARE PARTS V-BLET

Specifications
SB-36 W600  KUBOTA COMBINE PARTS BANDO V BELT
KUBOTA ORIGINAL V BELT
KUBOTA WRAPPED V BELT

 

We can offer the following V-BELTS
ITEM NO. PART NO. QUALITY LEVEL BRAND ITEM NO. PART NO. QUALITY LEVEL BRAND
1 SB26 W600 BRAND 29 SB34 W800 BRAND
2 SB37 W800 BRAND 30 SB35 W800 BRAND
3 SB38 W800 BRAND 31 SB36 W800 BRAND
4 SB41 W800 BRAND 32 SB53.5 W800 BRAND
5 SB42 W800 BRAND 33 SB58 W800 BRAND
6 SB43 W800 BRAND 34 SB58 W600 BRAND
7 SB44 W800 BRAND 35 SB110 W800 BRAND
8 SB45 W800 BRAND 36 SC104(B) W800 BRAND
9 SB46 W800 BRAND 37 SC115(B) W800 BRAND
10 SB47 W800 BRAND 38 SC122 W800 BRAND
11 SB48 W800 BRAND 39 SC124 W800 BRAND
12 SB49 W800 BRAND 40 SC126 W800 BRAND
13 SB50 W800 BRAND 41 SC71 W800 BRAND
14 SB52 W800 BRAND 42 SC88 W800 BRAND
15 SB55 W800 BRAND 43 SC115(B) W600 BRAND
16 SB56 W800 BRAND 44 SC136 W600 BRAND
17 SB68 W800 BRAND 45 SC215 W600 BRAND
18 SB69 W800 BRAND 46 SC55 W600 BRAND
19 SB72 W800 BRAND 47 LB43 W600 BRAND
20 SB91 W800 BRAND 48 LB44 W600 BRAND
21 SC104(B) W600 BRAND 49 LB45 W600 BRAND
22 SC124 W600 BRAND 50 LB47 W600 BRAND
23 SC55 W800 BRAND 51 LB48 W600 BRAND
24 SC79 W600 BRAND 52 LB49 W600 BRAND
25 LB42 W600 BRAND 53 LB50 W600 BRAND
26 LB46 W800 BRAND 54 LB52 W600 BRAND
27 SB26 W800 BRAND 55 LB55 W600 BRAND
28 SB30.5 W800 BRAND 56 LB72 W600 BRAND

 

 Our Products
We are HangZhou FOREIGN MACHINERY PARTS CO., LTD.
We specialized in CZPT spare parts, CZPT machine ( kubota harvester, kubota  transplanter, CZPT tractor).
MACHINE MODEL: 488, 588I, 688Q, 788, 888, DC60, DC68G, DC70, DC95, 704K, 854 ,954, 1004, NSPU68C, NSPU88C, SPW48/68C
KUBOTA machine and Spare Parts  are popular in Philippines, Tailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka and other countries. So glad to talk with you about Different CZPT machines and Spare Parts
 
We sell many kinds of agricultural machines, machinery parts, engine parts, combine parts,tractor parts and so on. Our products brands include KUBOTA, YANMAR, Cahngfa, SNH, YTO, Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Feng, and so on.This year we have developed many new products including mini combine harvester, mini rice, reaper, mini combine parts, balers, tubers excavators, rotary tillers and other machines with different functions.
 
 TRADE TERMS:

Price terms FOB office
Delivery terms time: after 15 days
ways: 1.Ship by Express.(DHL.TNT.UPS.FEDEX)
             2.Ship by Air express to airport
             3.Ship by sea
Payment Item T/T ,Western Union, L/C, B/L
Port of Shipment HangZhou, China
Packing close package to make shipment safer and suitable for import and export.
NOTE: amend accordng to your demand!

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Type: V-Blet
Usage: Harvester
Material: Rubber
Power Source: Diesel
After-sales Service: Supply
Warranty: Supply

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Are there any specific guidelines for aligning pulleys and V-belts?

Proper alignment between pulleys and V-belts is essential to ensure smooth operation, minimize wear, and maximize the efficiency of the belt drive system. Here are some specific guidelines for aligning pulleys and V-belts:

  1. Parallel Alignment:
  2. The pulleys should be aligned parallel to each other, meaning that the axes of the pulleys should be in the same plane. This ensures that the V-belt runs straight and evenly between the pulleys. Misalignment can cause the belt to run at an angle, leading to increased wear and reduced efficiency.

  3. Angular Alignment:
  4. In addition to parallel alignment, the pulleys should be aligned angularly. This means that the pulley faces should be perpendicular to the belt’s direction of travel. Angular misalignment can cause the belt to twist and create uneven tension, resulting in increased wear and potential belt failure.

  5. Alignment Tools:
  6. To achieve proper alignment, various alignment tools can be used, such as straightedges, laser alignment tools, or alignment software. These tools help in measuring and adjusting the alignment of pulleys, ensuring precise parallel and angular alignment.

  7. Adjustment Methods:
  8. To adjust the alignment of pulleys, different methods can be employed. Common adjustment methods include shimming, moving the pulley on its shaft, or using adjustable pulleys. The specific method depends on the type of pulley and the adjustment capabilities of the system.

  9. Regular Inspections:
  10. Regular inspections are crucial to identify and correct any misalignment issues promptly. Inspect the pulleys visually and check for any signs of misalignment, such as uneven belt wear, belt tracking issues, or abnormal belt noise. If misalignment is detected, take corrective measures to realign the pulleys.

  11. Manufacturer Recommendations:
  12. Always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and specifications for pulley alignment. Manufacturers often provide specific alignment tolerances and recommendations for their products, considering factors such as belt type, load, and operating conditions. Follow these recommendations to ensure proper alignment and optimize the performance of the belt drive system.

By following these guidelines for aligning pulleys and V-belts, you can minimize wear, reduce the risk of belt failure, and maximize the efficiency and lifespan of the belt drive system.

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How do you troubleshoot common issues with V-belts, such as slipping or squealing?

Troubleshooting common issues with V-belts, such as slipping or squealing, is essential to maintain the proper operation and efficiency of the belt drive system. Here are some troubleshooting steps to address these issues:

  1. Slipping:
  2. Slipping occurs when the V-belt fails to maintain proper traction with the pulleys, resulting in reduced power transmission and potential belt wear. To troubleshoot slipping issues:

    • Check the belt tension: Insufficient tension is a common cause of slipping. Ensure that the V-belt is properly tensioned according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Adjust the tension by using the appropriate tensioning method or tools.
    • Inspect for wear or damage: Examine the V-belt for signs of wear, cracks, fraying, or other damage. A worn-out belt may not provide adequate grip and can lead to slipping. Replace the belt if necessary.
    • Check pulley alignment: Misaligned pulleys can cause the belt to slip. Verify that the pulleys are properly aligned both parallel and angularly. Adjust the pulley positions if misalignment is detected.
    • Assess pulley condition: Worn or damaged pulleys can contribute to belt slipping. Inspect the pulleys for wear, rough surfaces, or damage. If needed, replace the pulleys to ensure proper belt engagement.
    • Verify the load and application: Excessive loads or improper application can cause the belt to slip. Ensure that the belt drive system is designed and rated for the specific load requirements.
  3. Squealing:
  4. Squealing noises from V-belts are often caused by vibrations, misalignment, or improper tension. To troubleshoot squealing issues:

    • Check belt tension: Insufficient or excessive belt tension can lead to squealing. Adjust the tension to the recommended range specified by the manufacturer.
    • Inspect for wear or contamination: Check the V-belt for signs of wear, glazing, or contamination. Worn or contaminated belts may produce squealing noises. Replace the belt if necessary and eliminate any contamination from the belt or pulleys.
    • Examine pulley condition: Damaged or worn pulleys can create noise. Inspect the pulleys for wear, damage, or rough surfaces. Replace any worn or damaged pulleys.
    • Verify pulley alignment: Misaligned pulleys can cause the belt to run at an angle, resulting in noise. Ensure that the pulleys are correctly aligned both parallel and angularly. Adjust the pulley positions if misalignment is detected.
    • Check for belt glazing: Belt glazing occurs when the belt’s contact surface becomes smooth and glossy, reducing traction. If glazing is present, roughen the belt’s surface with fine sandpaper or replace the belt if necessary.
    • Assess environmental factors: Environmental conditions, such as excessive heat or humidity, can affect belt performance. Ensure that the belt drive system operates within the recommended temperature and humidity ranges.

By following these troubleshooting steps, you can identify and address common issues with V-belts, such as slipping or squealing. Regular maintenance, proper tensioning, and alignment are crucial for ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of the belt drive system.

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What are the signs of a worn or damaged V-belt that needs replacement?

A worn or damaged V-belt can lead to decreased performance, increased energy consumption, and potential equipment failure. Recognizing the signs of a worn or damaged V-belt is important for timely replacement and preventing further damage. Here are some common signs to look out for:

  1. Visible wear: Inspect the V-belt for visible signs of wear, such as fraying, cracking, or glazing. Excessive wear indicates that the belt has reached the end of its service life and should be replaced.
  2. Chunking or missing pieces: If the V-belt shows signs of chunking or has missing pieces, it is a clear indication of severe damage. This can occur due to excessive tension, overloading, or prolonged use beyond the belt’s capacity.
  3. Excessive noise: A worn or damaged V-belt may produce noticeable noise during operation. This can be in the form of squealing, screeching, or rumbling sounds. The noise is often caused by slipping, misalignment, or belt degradation.
  4. Slippage: If the V-belt slips on the pulleys, resulting in reduced power transmission or inconsistent operation, it indicates a problem. Slippage can occur due to incorrect tension, pulley misalignment, or insufficient grip caused by belt wear.
  5. High heat or burning smell: Excessive heat generated by a V-belt can indicate friction caused by belt slippage or misalignment. If you notice a burning smell or feel excessive heat near the belt drive system, it is a sign of potential belt damage.
  6. Loss of tension: If the V-belt consistently loses tension and requires frequent readjustment, it indicates wear or elongation. Over time, the belt may stretch and lose its original tension, resulting in reduced power transmission efficiency.
  7. Reduced power transmission: A worn or damaged V-belt may struggle to transmit the required power, leading to decreased equipment performance. This can result in slower operation, reduced torque, or inability to handle the load.
  8. Visible cracks or separation: Cracks or separation in the V-belt’s rubber material are clear signs of damage. These can occur due to age, exposure to harsh environments, or chemical degradation. Cracked or separated belts should be replaced immediately.
  9. Shortened belt life: If a V-belt consistently fails or requires replacement sooner than its expected service life, it indicates a problem. Factors such as incorrect tensioning, misalignment, or excessive load can contribute to premature belt failure.

If you observe any of these signs in a V-belt, it is recommended to replace the belt promptly. Continuing to use a worn or damaged V-belt can lead to further damage, increased downtime, and potential equipment failure. Regular maintenance and inspections are essential for identifying and addressing these signs early, ensuring the reliability and longevity of the V-belt system.

China Standard High Quality CZPT V-Belt Sb36   dexter axleChina Standard High Quality CZPT V-Belt Sb36   dexter axle
editor by CX 2024-03-28