The new HTD parabolic profile is deeper than the equivalent competitors standard tooth profile. The increased depth and sturdiness of the tooth results in an increased torque transmission capability and reduced interference during meshing.
The recess in the top of the tooth allows local deformation of the belt when meshing with the pulley, and this contributes to the ability to absorb shock loads and reduced interference during meshing. Other benefits include a reduction in transmission noise, an increase in tooth jump resistance, an increase in power transmitted and an increase resistance to tooth shear. Part numbers are identified by a 3 or 4 digit number (e.g. 960) which represents the pitch length in
mm, a number and letter (e.g. 8M) the belts pitch and a 2 or 3 digit number (e.g. 30) the belts width. 960-8M-30 etc.
|HTD/RPP Timing Belt|
Number of Teeth
Section Height (hs)
Tooth Height (ht)