L-1792

L-1792 Helical Offset Tooth Belts are potential replacement belts. L-1792 consist of two components, including polyurethane body and tensile cord (Steel, Aramid Kevlar & Stainless Steel). Polyurethane body is extremely wear and fatigue resistant and highly flexible. Tensile Cords give high flexibility, accuracy and long service life. So bonding of both materials provides high power transmission performance.

Coatings & Coverings include nylon fabric (PAZ, PAR, NFT, NFB & Antistatic), polyurethane, rubber and pvc, available upon request.

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Specifications

Part NoL-50-S8M-1792Interchange Code for Silentsync Eagle PdL-1792
Length [mm]1792Length [inch]70.6
No. of Teeth224Pitch [mm]8
Width [mm]50Tensile CordSteel | Aramid Kevlar
Tooth Profile 1Helical Offset ToothTooth Profile 2S8M
Belt TypeTruly EndlessOperating Temp C-20 Degrees ~ +85 Degrees C
Body MaterialPolyurethaneOperating Temp F-4 Degrees ~ +185 Degrees F
FabricFabric, PAZ, PAR, NFT, NFB & AntistaticCoatings & CoveringsOn Request
CleatsOn RequestSpecial RequirementsOn Request

Note : Custom sizes, colors & materials available upon request

Applications

– Agricultural equipment
– Packaging conveyors
– Aggregate crushers
– Poultry/meat grinders
– Wood de-barkers and saws
– Mining equipment
– Paper presses
– Chain drives
– Baking mixers

Key Features

– Color coded product matching
– High-strength aramid cord
– Flexible aramid tensile or strong steel tensile
– Resists fatigue, elongation and shock loads, even in high-torque conditions
– Easy installation and removal with QD (Quick Disconnect) of Inch and Metric Bushings

Benefits

– Simple belt and sprocket matching
– Increased horsepower rating
– After initial run of 8 hours of operation belts do not need re-tensioning
– Belts do not require lubrication
– Easiest power transmission drive to purchase and install
– High wear tension of the teeth
– Reduction of backlash in reversing applications
– Excellent distribution of stresses for reduced belt wear

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