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Rubber Belts are a speciality of our PIX-CTA (Centre for Technology Advancement) division. PIX manufactures a variety of rubber Belts, such as Wrap, Raw Edge Cogged, Poly-V and Timing for all kinds of applications, which includes Industrial, Automotive, Agricultural, Horticultural and special applications.

PIX is a leading manufacturer and exporters of Rubber Belts that widely used in almost all industries.PIX Rubber Belts are engineered to work under the most demanding conditions, especially our high-end products and products reinforced with Aramid cords.

We provide a complete range of Rubber Belts products and services by leveraging our business expertise.Your search for a reliable supplier of quality rubber Belts should end here!

FAQ - Rubber Belts

What are rubber belts used for?

Rubber belts are used in various industries for power transmission, conveying materials, and controlling mechanisms in machinery. They're common in automobiles, industrial machines, conveyor systems, and more.

What materials are rubber belts made from?

Rubber belts are typically made from synthetic rubber compounds or natural rubber. They may also include other materials like fabric, or polymers for reinforcement and durability.

How do I choose the right rubber belt for my application?

Consider factors like the type of machinery, load capacity, speed, environment (temperature, moisture), and required durability. Consulting with belt manufacturers or experts can help in selecting the most suitable belt.

What maintenance do rubber belts need?

Regular inspection for wear, proper tension adjustment, and cleaning are important. Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures or chemicals that could degrade the rubber..

How long do rubber belts last?

The lifespan depends on usage, environmental conditions, and maintenance. Properly cared for, they can last for months to several years in various applications.

Are there different types of rubber belts?

Yes, various types include V-belts, synchronous belts, flat belts, ribbed belts, and more. Each type is designed for specific applications and load requirements.

Can rubber belts handle high temperatures?

Specialized rubber compounds exist for high-temperature applications. However, exceeding recommended temperature limits can cause premature wear or failure.

Can rubber belts stretch?

Yes, rubber belts can stretch over time, especially when subjected to heavy loads or improper tensioning. Regular tension checks and adjustments are necessary.