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Jiangxi Kangqi Industrial Co., Ltd.
Jiangxi Kangqi Industrial Co., Ltd. is a high-tech manufacturer specializing in Rubber synchronous belts and special belts production, research, and development. We have our famous brand SABLES, KML which is well-known by customers all over the world. And we are also the agency of Japan Bando Belts.
We are a professional Synchronous Timing Pulley Manufacturer and Synchronous Timing Pulley Factory, Our main products include rubber synchronous belts, double-sided belts, coated feeding belts, flat belts, ribbed belts, tooth-ribbed belts, polyurethane timing belts, conveyor belts and synchronous belt wheels, fish-separation belts, endless belts for high-speed packing and printing machines, nut-shell belt, vegetable-cutting belt and all kinds of special processing belt.
Our factory has the advanced equipment to develop and produce with National and International standards. We also have the advanced long-pitch rubber timing belt mold within 8600mm. Our products are widely used in the printing, packing industry, textile, paper, food industry, cable industries, home appliances, footwear, ceramics, logistics new energy industry, etc. We are a stable supplier for the MiSUMi industry platform.
Our company can produce the Japan Bando light conveyor belts in our factory since we are the machining center of Bando in Shanghai with spot goods and coil material. We have abundant stocks at our branch offices in Shanghai, Foshan, Ningbo, Jinan, Qingdao, Quanzhou, Wuxi, Shenzhen, Wenzhou, and Dongguan to ensure our products provide satisfactory service to customers promptly.
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Synchronous Pulley Industry knowledge

A synchronous pulley, also known as a timing pulley, is a type of pulley system used in machinery to transmit motion between two shafts with precision timing. 
Does using synchronous pulleys have an impact on the surrounding environment?
The use of synchronous pulleys itself usually does not have a significant direct impact on the surrounding environment. However, the application of synchronous pulleys may affect their working environment, depending on usage and application scenarios. Here are some possible impacts:
Noise: If synchronous pulleys are used together with other mechanical components, such as motors or transmission systems, they may produce noise. This type of noise may affect the surrounding work environment, especially in quiet environments such as offices or laboratories.
Vibration: The operation of the synchronous pulley may produce vibration, especially in high-speed operation or unbalanced situations. This type of vibration may propagate to surrounding structures or equipment, affecting their stability and performance.
Wear particles: Friction and wear between the synchronous belt pulley and the synchronous belt may produce small particles that may spread in the surrounding environment. In some cases, this may affect the performance of surrounding equipment or require additional cleaning and maintenance.
Temperature: In some applications, synchronous pulleys may generate heat, especially during high-speed operation or high load conditions. This heat may affect the surrounding temperature, and heat dissipation and ventilation issues need to be considered.
Safety: If the synchronous pulley is in an easily accessible or exposed position, there may be safety risks, especially for mechanical components in operation. Appropriate protective measures and safety signs can reduce these risks.
Therefore, when designing and using synchronous pulleys, it is necessary to consider their potential impact on the surrounding environment and take appropriate measures to manage these impacts, ensuring safety and environmental sustainability.

What is the difference between synchronous pulleys and transmission belts?
The synchronous pulley and transmission belt are two different components of the transmission system, and they have some differences in structure, working principle, and application.
Synchronous pulley:
Structure: The synchronous pulley is usually a disc-shaped part made of metal or polymer, with a series of precise teeth on its outer surface. These teeth are used to fit the grooves on the synchronous belt for precise power transmission and positioning.
Working principle: The synchronous belt pulley is engaged with the teeth on the synchronous belt to form a precise meshing transmission between the two, ensuring the accuracy and synchronization of power transmission.
Application: Synchronous pulleys are commonly used in applications that require precise positioning and synchronous motion, such as machine tools, printing machines, CNC machine tools, etc.
Drive belt:
Structure: The transmission belt is usually made of flexible materials, such as rubber, polyurethane, etc. Its cross-section can be flat or V-shaped. Drive belts usually do not have teeth, but rely on friction to transmit power.
Working principle: The transmission belt transmits power through the friction between the belt and the pulley. The V-shaped transmission belt is usually used in conjunction with the V-shaped pulley, and the V-shaped section of the belt is matched with the V-shaped groove of the pulley to transmit power through friction.
Application: Drive belts are usually used for simple power transmission and transmission systems, such as fans, engines, water pumps, etc.
Overall, there are significant differences in structure, working principle, and application between synchronous pulleys and transmission belts. Therefore, when selecting and designing transmission systems, it is necessary to choose the appropriate transmission method based on specific application requirements and requirements.