MEGALINEAR

PU open-end timing belts

MEGALINEAR PU open-end timing belts

MEGADYNE s.r. .l.

TABLE OF CONTENTS MEGALINEAR Introduction to open-end belts Classifications Technical calculation Linear motion calculation example Conveyor belt calculation example Calculation parameters Belt installation Belt data XL L H XH T5 TT5 T10 T20 AT3 AT5 AT10 AT20 MTD3 MTD5 MTD8 MTD14 RPP5 RPP8 RPP14 RPP14XP STD5 STD8 HG TG5 TG10 TG20 ATG10 ATG20 FLAT Fixing plates Positioning and transmission precision Cleats Cover properties Special execution feasibility Antistatic polyurethane timing belts Special execution photos Belt calculation program 4 6 8 10 11 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 79 80 86 88 89 90 92 3 .

By selecting different components and material. Various grade of steel cords offer good running characteristics even with high tractive load.INTRODUCTION TO OPEN-END BELTS Megadyne commenced manufacturing transmission belts in 1957 and extruding open and belts in 1975. 4 . Megalinear belts can be manufactured to meet every customer requirement. Megalinear open lenghts belts are manufactured in thermoplastic polyurethane. that gives superior wear and abrasion resistance. Great production flexibility grant to designers possibility to match any technical requirement and solution. Megalinear open-end belts are particularly suitable for application where accuracy of positioning. low noise and free-maintenance are requested.

MEGALINEAR Thanks to their features. STANDARD RANGE XL • L • H • XH T5 • TT5 • T10 • T20 AT3 • AT5 • AT10 • AT20 MTD3 • MTD5 • MTD8 • MTD14 RPP5 • RPP8 • RPP14 • RPP14XP STD5 • STD8 HG • TG5 • TG10K6 • TG10K13 • TG20 • ATG10 • ATG20 P1 • P2 • P4 5 . suitable for all applications. Megalinear belts can be successfully used in a wide range of application such as: • conveyors • automatic sliding doors and garage opening system • elevators • automated handling devices • linear drivers • positioning system • wood industry • textile machine • serigraphic industry • glass industry • stone and marble industry • packaging industry • robot systems • tobacco industry • paper and carton industry • chemist and pharmaceutical industry Megadyne has developed a very wide range of solutions with numerous tooth designs. tensile members and compound.

The Hydrocarbons aromatic and the Hydrocarbons aliphatic produce very high bulge. In alkalis diluted proportions. with single parallel steel cords. Usually. combustible oils). Over 60 ºC there is a fast decrement of breaking strength. Ozone resistant Working temperature -30 °C / +80 °C High resistance to Oils. Special compounds (different hardnesses. 2) High strength S and Z parallel zinked steel tension members allow high breaking load and extremely low elongation. special properties) are available on request. acids are always dangerous for Thermoplastic PU. this PU is moderately attacked. developed by our Research & Development. The combination of these high grade materials improves belt performances which can be summarised as follows: • exceptional resistance to abrasion and tooth shear • low coefficient of friction • high flexibility • ozone and temperature resistance (-30 °C / +80 °C) • oil. at room temperature. PU has a high resistance to mineral pure oils (lubrificants. characterized by high levels of wear resistance even in the presence of shock and surge loading. n-methylpyrrolidone) can dissolve or tight damage PU. The Esters or the Ketons (same as ethyl acetate or methylethylketene) can usually produce a bulge. offers good running characteristics and high traction loads. Only the very polar solvents (same as tetrahydrofuran. grease and gasoline resistance 1 2 MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS • • • • • Constant dimensions Noiseless Free maintenance High flexibility High resistance steel traction cords. Thermoplastic PU is insoluble in the greater part of solvents. This type of belts. Greases and Gasoline Fairly Acid-proof and Alkali-proof BODY Megalinear belts are manufactured with white thermoplastic Polyurethane 92 ShA as standard. can be incompa- Alkalis Solvents Oils 6 . 1) The body of the belts is white thermoplastic polyurethane 92 ShA. decreasing mechanical characteristics. Over 50 ºC. In high concentration acid solutions. The addition of a nylon coating on the teeth during production enhances the running properties for specific applications and reduces the noise due to a lower frictional coefficient. engine oils. Here under some PU characteristics: Water Acids No problem in normal or sea clean water. this PU has a very short lifespan. An extra thickness of special coating is also possible on the back of the belt offering extra protection against aggressive or heavy products. high performance syntetic oils. due to special additives contained. All the effects increase by increasing temperature. In high concentration acid solutions. at room temperature. with little stretching and top flexibility • Linear speeds up to 70 m/s • • • • • • • Low pretension Constant length High abrasion resistance Ageing. at room temperature. In acid diluted proportions.CLASSIFICATIONS CLASSIFICATIONS Megalinear Timing Belts are manufactured in thermoplastic polyurethane. They are especially suited for power transmission and conveying with high loads and speeds. dimethylformamide. this PU has a very short lifespan. Hydrolysis. this PU is moderately attacked. acids are always dangerous for Thermoplastic PU. Over 50 ºC.

10 this number indicates the standard pitch of the belt. you have to use a special kind of PU. Good resistance to atmospheric agents. especially at high temperature. In presence of Alcohols. In presence of grime. White colour can change to light yellow under long UV exposure. It is expressed in mm.MEGALINEAR tible with Thermoplastic PU. and in inches for a belt with a pitch in inches. 10000 the last number indicates the length of the belt always in mm regardless of pitch.yellow . Megalinear belt open-end. Usually. containing humidity. Microorganisms can develop. High Performance and Flexibility cords have 25% more strength capacity like the HP cords. The code is composed of letters and numbers as the following example: 1 J 1) J ML 2) 50 3) 4) 5) 6) + 2 50 + 3 AT + 4 10 + 5 10000 + 6 SPECIAL MANUFACTURES joined belt. but they are more flexible than the HP cords. Good resistance to petrols without Alcohols. PU has a high resistance to mineral pure greases (lubrificants greases). They are recommended for high repeatability applications. high performance syntetic greases. due to special additives contained. In any case this hasn’t influence on mechanical resistance.red . Fuels including Aromatiche stuffs can produce reversible bulges. IDENTIFICATION CODE Using the information in the table below. Kevlar tension cords are suggested for: • Non magnetic. AT this code composed by letters indicates the selection of profile. Greases Fuels Microorganisms Weather agents CORDS Standard cord Kevlar Megalinear is manufactured with S and Z parallel zinked steel cords as standard. In case that Microbic attack can produce danger. They are suitable for multi-shaft drives with severe reverse bending.blue) • extra coating NFT or NFB or AVAFC or Tenax or Linatex or Honey comb or PU black cellulose or PU yellow or Neoprene rubber. Please check on page 86 and 87. SPECIAL MANUFACTURES: • special cords as Kevlar or HP or HF or HPF or stainless steel • special compound as different hardness 85 ShA or different colours (black . The value is in mm for a belt with a pitch in mm. High Flexibility cords can accept smaller pulley and idler diameters than standard cords. Stainless steel cords have 25% less strength capacity than standard cords. HP HF HPF Stainless steel COATING Megalinear can be manufactured with special coating on the teeth or on the back. especially at high temperature. They are suggested for high performance and multi-shaft drives. for use in drives with metal detectors • Widely used in the food industry High Performance cords have 25% more strength capacity than standard cords. They are recommended for water applications. 7 . this number indicates the width of requested belt. it is possible to identify the correct belt for every application. Thermoplastic PU can suffer deterioration. can be incompatible with Thermoplastic PU.

formulae and tables that are required to design a new belt drive.81) m/s2 – friction coefficient Kg conveyed mass Nm drive torque 1/min revs/min (RPM) of drive sprocket 1 KW drive power N force exerted by mass (m) m/s belt speed number of teeth of sprocket number of teeth in mesh on driver sprocket (12) Max traction load is maximum acceptable traction on cords. Symbol Unit Definition Symbol Unit Definition a b Cs ∆l/00 d d1 Fp Fu Fp spec MTL BS m/s2 mm – ‰ mm mm N N N/cm N N acceleration belt width safety factor elongation idler pitch diameters sprocket pitch diameter pretension peripheral force transmittable force per tooth per unit width max traction load breaking strength c g µ m Mt n1 P Q V Zi Zm mm centre distance gravity (9. For critical and difficult drives. Elongation is belt elongation under load.TECHNICAL CALCULATION LINEAR MOTION BELT Fp z1 c Q m Fu a V n1 z1 Mt d1 r1 OMEGA LINEAR MOTION BELT d Q m Fu a V z1 r1 Fp Q m Fp z1 c n1 Mt CONVEYOR BELT a V Fu n1 z1 Mt d1 r1 The following pages contain data. USEFUL FORMULAE AND CONVERSION FACTORS d1 • n1 19100 Mt • n1 9550 V • 19100 d1 9550 • P n1 V • 19100 n1 Fu • d1 2000 V= P= n1 = Mt = d1 = Mt = Q= m•g 8 . it is recommended that you contact your supplier’s Technical Staff for advice. Breaking strength is necessary load to break belt cords.

it is desiderable to have as near to 12 teeth in mesh as possible. For vertical drives Fu = (m • a) + (m • g) Fu = 2000 Mt / d1 Fu = 19.1 • 106 • P / (d1• n1) known drive torque known drive power DETERMINATION OF THE BELT WIDTH The belt width b should be calculated using the following formula Cs = safety factor from page 13 table 2 b = (Fu • cs • 10) / (Fp spec • Zm) Fu = from above calculation Zm = number of teeth in mesh on driver sprocket Zm = Z1 • arc of contact / 360 = (if calculated Zm > = 12 for an open-end application use Zm = 12) = (if calculated Zm > = 6 for a joined application use Zm = 6) Fp spec = transmittable force per tooth per unit width (see table on belt data pages) PRE-TENSIONING The suggested installation tension: Fp = 2 • Fu for linear and omega linear movement applications Fp = Fu for conveyor applications CORD CHECK The maximum allowable tensile load of the belt pitch/width combination selected (see tables on belt data pages): max traction load of choosen belt > Fp 2 SPROCKET AND IDLER DIAMETER CHECK Ensure that all selected pulley and idler diameters are equal to or greater than the minimum values specified in corresponding belt data page.TRANSMISSION CALCULATION MEGALINEAR CHOICE OF BELT PITCH AND SPROCKETS For optimum belt pitch see tables on page 12. CALCULATION OF THE PERIPHERAL FORCE ON THE TIMING BELT known mass For horizontal & conveying drives Fu = (m • a) + (m • g • µ) (Note: values of µ can be found in table 1 on page 13). For optimum choice of sprocket size. ELONGATION When the belt is operating there will be an elongation proportional to max traction load: ∆l/00 = (Fu • 4) / max traction load + (Fu • Cs) 9 .

LINEAR MOTION CALCULATION EXAMPLE (open-end belt)
MACHINE DATA C = 2.000 mm d1 = 76 mm n1 = 300 RPM P = 1,8 KW low fluctuating load

a V m z1 c Fu

n1 z1

Mt d1 r1

CHOICE OF BELT PITCH AND SPROCKETS According to the belt pitch selection table n.1 on page 12 considering the values of P and n1, we select RPP8 belt. Then we consider the pulley diameter nearest to the requested value and the corresponding n. of teeth (see technical information on page 55). Therefore Z1 = 30 teeth (with a pitch diameter of 76,4 mm). CALCULATION OF THE EFFECTIVE TENSION Since the drive power is known, Fu can be calculated 19,1 • 106 • P d1 • n1 19,1 • 106 • 1,8 76,4 • 300

Fu =

=

= 1500 N

DETERMINATION OF THE BELT WIDTH Fu • Cs • 10 Fp spec • Zm 1500 • 1,4 • 10 62 • 12 Fu = from before (1500 N) Cs = from page 13 table 4, for low fluctuating load Cs = 1,4 Zm = given that driver pulley has 30 teeth and angle of belt wrap is 180 degrees n. of teeth in mesh = 12 n1 = 300 RPM (given) Fp spec = 62N / cm (refer page 54 at 300 RPM)

b=

b=

= 28,2 mm

Since the next closest width is 30 mm: 30 RPP8 is choosen. PRE-TENSIONING Fp = 2 • Fu CORD CHECK From page 54, RPP8 pitch 30 mm wide: max traction load 4510 N max traction load > Fp 2 + (Fu • Cs) Fp 2 + (Fu • Cs) = 1500 + 1500 • 1,4 Fp = 3000 N

4510 N > 3600 N selected belt is acceptable. SPROCKET AND IDLER DIAMETER CHECK Ensure that all selected pulley and idler diameters are greater than or equal the minimum values specified on page 55. ELONGATION ∆l/00 = Fu • 4 max traction load = 1500 • 4 4510 = 1,33 mm/m

In the dynamic situations you will have an elongation of 1,33 mm per meter of operating belt.
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CONVEYOR BELT CALCULATION EXAMPLE (joined belt)
MEGALINEAR
MACHINE DATA C = 5.000 mm d1 = 100 mm V = 0,5 m/s a = 0,5 m/s2 Guide in nylon Q = 7000 N low fluctuating load CALCULATION OF THE EFFECTIVE TENSION Since the mass is known, Fu can be calculated value of µ according to table 3 on page 13 = 0,35 Fu = (714 • 0,5) + (714 • 9,81 • 0,35) = 2808 N m = Q/g = 7000 / 9,81 = 714 kg Fu = (m • a) + (m • g • µ)

m Fp z1 c

a V Fu

n1 z1

Mt d1 r1

CHOICE OF BELT PITCH AND SPROCKETS According to the belt selection table n. 2 on page 12, considering the values of Fu (for joined belts enter double of calculated Fu in table 2), we select AT 10. Then we consider the pulley diameter nearest to the requested value and the corresponding n. of teeth (see technical information page 41). Therefore Z1 = 32 teeth (with a pitch diameter of 101,86 mm). DETERMINATION OF THE BELT WIDTH Fu • Cs • 10 Fp spec • Zm 2808 • 1,4 • 10 69 • 6 Fu = from before (2808 N) Cs = from page 13 table 4, for low fluctuating load Cs = 1,4 Zm = given that driver pulley has 32 teeth and angle of belt wrap is 180 degrees, n. of teeth in mesh = 16. But, max Zm for joined belt is 6. Hence, Zm = 6 n1 = (Vp • 60.000) / (π • d1) = (0,5 • 60.000) / (π • 101,86) as d1 = 101,86 from before = 99 RPM Fp spec = 69 N / cm (refer page 40, at 100 RPM)

b=

b=

= 94,95 mm

Since the next closest width is 100 mm: 100 AT10 is choosen. PRE-TENSIONING Fp = Fu so Fp = 2808 N

CORD CHECK From page 40, AT10 pitch 100 mm wide joined: max traction load > Fp 2 + (Fu • Cs) Fp 2 max traction load 8312,5 N + (Fu • Cs) = 2808 2 + (2808 • 1,4)

8312,5 N > 5335 N selected belt is acceptable. SPROCKET AND IDLER DIAMETER CHECK Checking technical data on page 41 for pulley and idlers, it can be seen that the drive has acceptable pulley diameters. ELONGATION ∆l/00 = Fu • 4 max traction load = 2808 • 4 8312,5 = 1,35 mm/m

In the dynamic situations you will have an elongation of 1,35 mm per meter of operating belt.
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CALCULATION PARAMETERS
BELT PITCH SELECTION
P [KW]
RPP14 MTD14 AT20 XH T20 XH RPP8 AT10 MTD8 H L T10 AT5 RPP5 MTD5 STD5 T5 XL

10

1

100

500

1000 Table n.1

2000

5000 [RPM]

BELT WIDTH SELECTION
b [mm] 150
AT3 MTD3 XL T5 AT5 RPP5 MTD5 STD5 H L T10

125

RPP8 MTD8 STD8 AT10

100

T20 XH

75

RPP14 MTD14 AT20

50 32 25 16 12 10 1000 2000 3000 4000 Table n.2
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Average values valid for standard steel cord. After belt selection, please check belt resistance on belt data page.

5000

6000

7000

8000

Fu [N]

7 Polyurethane / abrasive steel µ = 0.7 grinding machines 1. calenders. 1. depends on the operating conditions.8 Machines for rubber processing 1. grinders 1.9 Polyurethane NFT / smooth steel µ = 0. looms 1.15 Table n. newspaper. pumps. driers.8 Polyurethane NFT / aluminium µ = 0. 1.8 apron bucket.Safety factor The choice of the Safety factor’s. 4 . jointer 1.7 circular saws. magazine 1.6 willows.35 Polyurethane NFT / abrasive steel µ = 0.6 millers. tread cutting machines.8 screw 1. hoists 1. 1. Jordan machines.0 Laundry machines: general 1.6 Paper machines: agitators.3 screw fleight 1. planers.6 Polyurethane / nylon µ = 0. linotype. winding frames.7 Conveyors: horsts.7 pulping machines 2. elevator 1. folders.25 Polyurethane NFT / rough steel µ = 0.7 Printing machinery: rotary.45 Volvent friction on dry surface Bearing Roller / PU Belt Bush µ = 0.7 High 2 Elevators. The following table shows the value to be used: Steady Load 1 Shock Load Low 1.MEGALINEAR Table n. 1. over 1.8 Woodworking machines: lathes.015 µ = 0. 3 . cutters. boring machines 1.8 Machines tools: drilling machines.4 Average 1. washers 1.8 13 .8 Brick machinery 1. band saws. cutters.Friction coefficient Rolling friction on dry surface Polyurethane / smooth steel µ = 0.7 spinners. granulators.15 Polyurethane / aluminium µ = 0. light backage. lathes.03 / 0.06 µ = 0. slicers.5 Polyurethane / rough steel µ = 0. gears cutters.6 extractors.35 Polyurethane NFT / nylon µ = 0. winders.8 Machines for pottery and earthenware: cutters.8 Line shafts 1. 1. twisting frames. planers.6 Textile machines: warping machines.

Pretension is the force needed to put tension into the system to avoid the belt jumping on the pulleys as in the example below: Not correct belt installation For a correct system installation. all applications with Megalinear belt can be summarised according following two sketches: 1) Linear and omega linear motion belt 2) Conveyor belt Mt = Fu • r Fp Fp Mt = Fu • r Fp = Fu Mt = Fu • r Fp = 2 • Fu Fp = 2 • Fu Fp = pretension Fu = peripheral force (see calculation pag. The belt is then tapped to induce the belt to vibrate at its natural frequency. The relation between belt static tension (TS) and frequency of vibration (f) may be calculated using the following formula: 1 2t Where: TS = Static tension (N) m = Belt mass per unit length (kg/m) f = Frequency of vibration in Hertz (Hz) t = Free belt span length in meters (m) Ts m f = • or Ts = 4 • m • t2 • f2 (16) 14 . This device consists of a small sensing head which is held across the belt to be measured.BELT INSTALLATION A major difficulty installing transmission belt is to achieve correct belt tension. Lifetime of support bearings and transmission belts and therefore reliability of the complete system largely depends on an optimally adjusted belt tension. 8/9) r = pulley radius PROCEDURE TO MEASURE The procedure to measure the tension of the belt is to use a Belt Tension Gauging Equipement. The vibrations are detected and the frequency of vibration is then displayed on the measuring unit.

distance d (as drawing 4) has to be: d d=4 • belt width Drawing 4 Moreover for a good drive work. Drawing 1 Drawing 2 Drawing 3 In omega application to grant good mesh between pulley and teeth and to respect belt flexibility avoiding excessive stress on cords. To grant a correct belt running.MEGALINEAR For a correct system functioning and to increase belt life. If pulleys are not parallel as in drawing 2. configuration according drawing 3 has to be avoided. it is suggested to check belt straigthness as follows: Belt A Belt width Belt width Till to 20 mm Over 20 mm Testing belt length 1m 2m Maximum suggested bending (A) 3 mm 4 mm 15 . belt could fall during functioning and this can provoke damages to complete equipment. it is necessary a correct pulley installation: pulleys has to be parallel and aligned as shown in drawing 1 (correct configuration).

8 150 1245 4985 4 2790 11170 8 – – – 200 1660 6650 4 3720 14895 8 – – – 16 .8 050 355 1425 4 795 3190 8 210 855 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 2.8 037 235 950 4 530 2125 8 140 570 3.08 2.3 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 19 40 18 60 18 80 17 100 17 200 16 300 15 400 15 500 14 750 13 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 Fp spec (N/cm) 19 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (inch) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 025 145 590 4 330 1330 8 85 355 3.MEGALINEAR XL OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (inch) Weight (gr/m) 025 15 037 20 050 30 075 45 100 60 150 90 200 120 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.27 5.8 100 800 3205 4 1795 7180 8 480 1920 3.8 Average values 075 590 2375 4 1330 5320 8 355 1425 3.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 1.3 +/– 0.

21 31.70 60.51 51.47 56.98 28.60 30.15 De 41.83 33.17 17.36 26.68 67.17 67.06 64.79 19.94 62.53 43.21 61.98 56.66 17.51 22.38 48. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 Dp 16.28 46.30 N˚ Teeth 26 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 38 39 40 42 44 Dp 42.91 71.72 32.MEGALINEAR XL FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 10 10 13 Z min 15 15 15 Idler min dia (mm) 30 30 35 Z min 10 10 13 Idler min dia (mm) 30 20 35 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.07 38.04 43.74 54.11 30.09 57.96 35.64 24.34 33.57 38.89 20.00 51.40 70.67 45.45 63.45 35.60 58.75 25.87 27. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.16 44.23 54.13 23.77 46.55 64.89 48.81 De 15. NFB.64 Dp De Dm Df d 17 .28 18.40 21.26 25.49 29.02 22.

8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 1.8 150 2670 10690 4 2790 11170 8 – – – 200 3560 14255 4 3720 14895 8 – – – 400 7125 24950 4 7445 26065 8 – – – 18 .MEGALINEAR L OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (inch) Weight (gr/m) 037 35 050 45 075 65 100 90 150 135 200 180 400 325 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.6 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 36 40 35 60 35 80 34 100 33 200 31 300 29 400 28 500 27 750 24 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 23 20 19 16 15 13 11 Fp spec (N/cm) 37 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (inch) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 037 570 2290 4 595 2390 8 470 1880 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 3.525 3.9 9.8 075 1270 5090 4 1330 5320 8 1045 4180 3.6 +/– 0.8 Average values 100 1715 6870 4 1795 7180 8 1410 5640 3.8 050 760 3055 4 795 3190 8 625 2505 3.

64 144.28 133. NFB.20 96.81 56.61 60.17 90.78 53.97 72.40 145.01 75.91 65.64 63.93 90.57 57.MEGALINEAR L FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 15 15 18 Z min 20 20 20 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 65 Z min 15 15 18 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 65 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.52 132.86 84.70 69. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Dp 45.72 47.75 50.85 59.15 121.10 84.77 75.89 87.80 78.32 108.13 87.03 Dp De Dm Df d 19 .88 62.26 102.73 72.54 54.53 169.76 169. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.39 120.08 109.07 N˚ Teeth 27 28 29 30 32 34 36 40 44 48 56 Dp 81.48 48.02 103.04 78.83 De 44.79 De 81.94 68.96 97.51 51.67 66.

8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m * Transparent PU.8 300 7665 29125 4 7020 26675 8 – – – 400 11170 39100 4 10260 35910 8 – – – 600 11855 41495 4 15240 53350 8 – – – 800* 6495 22740 4 8350 29240 8 – – – 20 .7 4.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.5 mm Standard thickness: 4.3 +/– 0.3 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 43 40 42 60 41 80 40 100 39 200 36 300 34 400 33 500 31 750 29 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 27 24 22 19 17 16 12 Fp spec (N/cm) 44 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (inch) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 050 995 3390 4 895 3590 8 805 3230 3.MEGALINEAR H OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (inch) Weight (gr/m) 050 55 075 80 100 110 150 160 200 215 300 325 400 430 600 645 800* 300 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 Average values 150 3490 13965 4 3205 12825 8 2825 11305 3.8 075 1695 6780 4 1535 6155 8 1370 5490 3.8 100 2290 9175 4 2050 8205 8 1855 7425 3.8 200 4785 19150 4 4360 17440 8 3875 15500 3.29 12. 50% kevlar cords only Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 2.

64 59.87 194.62 161.69 105.04 210.81 75. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Dp De N˚ Teeth 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 38 40 44 48 52 60 Dp 113.21 242.82 115.33 176.98 91.08 140.53 153.11 103. NFB.67 208.15 107.02 95.52 88.99 132.77 71.06 99.86 119.61 97.84 241.48 84.35 72.65 101.25 160.49 145.23 60.57 92.70 177.31 68.60 55.89 83.72 67.18 56.16 152.68 63.44 80.03 136.36 133.28 129.55 De 111. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.12 144.78 Dp De Dm Df d 21 .23 121.50 192.45 141.74 109.27 64.40 137.19 117.40 76.94 87.91 127.85 79.MEGALINEAR H FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 14 14 18 Z min 20 20 20 Idler min dia (mm) 80 80 80 Z min 14 14 18 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 65 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.

2 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 111 40 108 60 105 80 103 100 101 200 92 300 86 400 81 500 78 750 70 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 65 57 51 43 37 – – Fp spec (N/cm) 115 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (inch) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 100 3610 14440 4 4215 16870 8 2865 11475 3.8 Average values 300 12350 46930 4 14800 56240 8 – – – 400 18050 63175 4 21690 75920 8 – – – 600 26815 93860 4 32940 115290 8 – – – 22 .225 WID TH 6.8 150 5640 22560 4 6675 26710 8 4480 17930 3.8 200 7670 30685 4 9135 36555 8 6095 24385 3.35 11.2 +/– 0.5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.MEGALINEAR XH OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (inch) Weight (gr/m) 100 250 150 400 200 530 300 795 400 1060 600 1625 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 11.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 22.

08 212.48 336.64 169.19 308. NFB.49 155.93 De 280.98 311.78 421.00 181.23 226. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 Dp 127.36 594.83 167.55 138.15 848.13 195.57 424.MEGALINEAR XH FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 18 18 23 Z min 20 20 25 Idler min dia (mm) 180 180 180 Z min 18 18 23 Idler min dia (mm) 150 150 165 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.46 676.57 591.44 223.47 509. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.70 152.14 Dp De Dm Df d 23 .92 198.59 N˚ Teeth 40 44 48 60 72 84 96 120 Dp 282.25 679.79 183.28 339.68 506.34 141.38 De 124.29 209.35 846.

15 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 5 WID TH 1.5 mm Standard thickness: 2.8 10 355 1425 4 795 3190 8 555 2220 5 465 1865 5 210 855 3.8 16 475 1900 4 1060 4255 8 740 2960 5 620 2490 5 285 1140 3.2 2.2 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 23 40 23 60 22 80 22 100 22 200 20 300 19 400 19 500 18 750 17 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 16 15 14 12 11 11 9 Fp spec (N/cm) 24 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 6 175 710 4 395 1595 8 – – – – – – 105 425 3.MEGALINEAR T5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 6 15 10 20 16 35 25 55 32 70 50 105 75 160 100 220 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 32 1005 4035 4 2260 9040 8 1570 6295 5 1320 5295 5 – – – 50 1660 6650 4 3720 14895 8 2590 10370 5 2180 8720 5 – – – 75 2280 8665 4 5110 19415 8 3555 13520 5 2990 11370 5 – – – 100 3060 11635 4 6860 26065 8 4775 18150 5 4015 15265 5 – – – 24 .8 Average values 25 800 3205 4 1795 7180 8 1250 5000 5 1050 4205 5 480 1920 3.2 +/– 0.

37 N˚ Teeth 25 28 30 32 36 40 42 44 48 60 Dp 39.66 66.79 44.24 31.19 37.82 29.09 18.49 De 38.02 69.57 94.92 19.92 50.93 57.67 Dp De Dm Df d 25 .01 38.73 46.46 28.65 30.27 21.00 34.93 66. NFB.96 43.83 35.75 50.85 70.10 22.10 56.03 76.56 47.39 95.20 De 15.04 24.47 62.20 75.30 63. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.87 25.28 23.41 31.MEGALINEAR T5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords Stainless steel cords Z min 10 12 15 10 15 Z min 15 15 15 12 18 Idler min dia (mm) 30 30 40 30 40 Z min 10 12 15 10 15 Idler min dia (mm) 30 30 60 30 40 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 10 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 Dp 15.64 27.45 23.

MEGALINEAR TT5 FOR KNITTING MACHINE
BELT CHARACTERISTICS
STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 20 Kevlar cord Standard compound: blue Polyurethane thermoplastic 88 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion kevlar Standard width tolerance: +/– 0,5 mm Standard thickness: 2,8 +/– 0,15 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0,8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m

Steel cord Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 88 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0,5 mm Standard thickness: 3 +0,2/– 0,1 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0,8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m

Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric Truly endless 50 mm wide roll (ready to be cut 5 * 10 mm

WID

TH

WID

TH

1,2 5

3 1,2 5

2,8

TOOTH RESISTANCE
RPM (1/min) 0 20 23 40 23 60 22 80 22 100 22 200 20 300 19 400 19 500 18 750 17 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 16 15 14 12 11 11 9 Fp spec (N/cm) 24

TRACTION RESISTANCE
Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 355 1425 4 795 3190 8
Average values

Kevlar

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MEGALINEAR TT5

FLEXION RESISTANCE

Standard steel cords Kevlar cords

Z min 10 12

Z min 15 15

Idler min dia (mm) 30 30

Z min 10 12

Idler min dia (mm) 30 30

JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS
• Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table

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MEGALINEAR T10 OPEN-END
BELT CHARACTERISTICS
STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 12 50 16 75 25 115 32 145 50 225 75 340 100 435 150 680

Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0,5 mm Standard thickness: 4,5 +/– 0,3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0,8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86
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WID

TH

2,5

4,5

TOOTH RESISTANCE
RPM (1/min) 0 20 49 40 48 60 47 80 46 100 45 200 41 300 39 400 37 500 36 750 33 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 31 28 25 22 20 18 14 Fp spec (N/cm) 51

TRACTION RESISTANCE
Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HPF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 12 995 3990 4 895 3590 8 1575 6315 5 1045 4180 5 – – – 805 3230 3,8 16 1395 5585 4 1150 4615 8 2030 8120 5 1460 5850 5 2105 8420 5 1130 4520 3,8 25 2290 9175 4 2050 8205 8 3610 14440 5 2400 9610 5 3740 14970 5 1855 7425 3,8
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32 2890 11570 4 2565 10260 8 4510 18050 5 3030 12120 5 4675 18715 5 2340 9365 3,8

50 4785 19150 4 4360 17440 8 7670 30685 5 5015 20060 5 7950 31815 5 3875 15500 3,8

75 7665 29125 4 7020 26675 8 12350 46930 5 8025 30510 5 12800 48655 5 – – –

100 10290 39100 4 9450 35910 8 16625 63175 5 10775 40960 5 17235 65500 5 – – –

150 11855 41495 4 15240 53350 8 26815 93860 5 12420 43470 5 27800 97315 5 – – –

81 68. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.66 70.13 95.48 138.58 De 36.75 50.28 93.08 55.55 77.59 127.63 61.74 125.99 De 80. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 Dp 38.MEGALINEAR T10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords High Power Flexible cords Stainless steel cords Z min 12 15 15 12 14 15 Z min 20 20 20 15 20 20 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 100 50 80 70 Z min 12 15 15 12 14 15 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 100 50 80 70 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.48 63.71 45.03 76.20 44.94 89.56 47.76 85.18 74.10 87.65 100.06 152.90 49.91 84.21 150.45 58.14 Dp De Dm Df d 29 .79 190.30 60.73 N˚ Teeth 26 27 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 Dp 82. NFB.49 101.01 112.35 42.94 189.39 79.86 114.32 140.93 57.

5 mm Standard thickness: 4.5 10 4.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.5 +/– 0.MEGALINEAR T10 WITHOUT GAP OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 45 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m without GAP WID TH 2.5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 49 40 48 60 47 80 46 100 45 200 41 300 39 400 37 500 36 750 33 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 31 28 25 22 20 18 14 Fp spec (N/cm) 51 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 2190 8775 4 Average values 30 .

66 70.59 127.01 112.20 44.63 61.MEGALINEAR T10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 12 Z min 20 Idler min dia (mm) 60 Z min 12 Idler min dia (mm) 60 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Minimum diameters according above table PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 Dp 38.73 N˚ Teeth 26 27 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 Dp 82.48 138.18 74.32 140.39 79.48 63.30 60.65 100.08 55.94 89.21 150.14 Dp De Dm Df d 31 .13 95.76 85.81 68.79 190.94 189.28 93.56 47.58 De 36.86 114.35 42.90 49.71 45.03 76.99 De 80.49 101.93 57.06 152.45 58.91 84.55 77.74 125.75 50.10 87.

5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 49 40 48 60 47 80 46 100 45 200 41 300 39 400 37 500 36 750 33 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 31 28 25 22 20 18 14 Fp spec (N/cm) 51 TRACTION RESISTANCE Kevlar Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 200 8350 29240 8 250 10255 35905 8 300 12310 43090 8 Average values 400 16560 57965 8 450 18610 65150 8 500 20810 72845 8 32 .5 10 4.MEGALINEAR T10 WIDE OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 200 410 250 510 300 615 400 820 450 920 500 1020 Standard compound: transparent Polyurethane thermoplastic 88 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion kevlar at pitch 4.5 +/– 0.5 mm Standard width tolerance: +/– 2 mm Standard thickness: 4.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric WID TH 2.

63 61.76 85.73 N˚ Teeth 26 27 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 Dp 82.58 De 36.56 47.71 45.35 42.18 74.03 76.79 190.93 57.65 100.75 50.10 87.86 114.45 58.08 55.99 De 80.28 93.13 95.MEGALINEAR T10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Kevlar cords Z min 15 Z min 20 Idler min dia (mm) 60 Z min 15 Idler min dia (mm) 60 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 Dp 38.94 189.55 77.49 101.01 112.48 138.66 70.81 68.30 60.06 152.20 44.94 89.48 63.21 150.90 49.14 Dp De Dm Df d 33 .32 140.74 125.39 79.91 84.59 127.

MEGALINEAR T20 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 185 32 235 50 370 75 550 100 735 150 1095 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 8 +/– 0.8 32 4510 18050 4 5620 22495 8 6570 26295 5 4675 18715 5 7315 29260 5 3585 14345 3.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 5 20 8 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 98 40 95 60 93 80 91 100 89 200 81 300 76 400 72 500 68 750 62 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 57 50 45 38 33 29 – Fp spec (N/cm) 102 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HPF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 3610 14440 4 4215 16870 8 4930 19720 5 3740 14970 5 5485 21945 5 2865 11475 3.8 50 7670 30685 4 9135 36555 8 10680 42730 5 7950 31815 5 11885 47545 5 6095 24385 3.8 Average values 75 12350 46930 4 14800 56240 8 17300 65740 5 12800 48655 5 19250 73150 5 – – – 100 16625 63175 4 19975 75920 8 23350 88745 5 – – – – – – – – – 150 26815 93860 4 32940 115290 8 38500 134765 5 – – – – – – – – – 34 .45 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.

30 N˚ Teeth 30 32 36 40 48 60 Dp 190. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 15 18 20 22 24 25 Dp 95.58 381.33 251.54 114.72 229.73 379.59 127.32 140. NFB.69 111.12 Dp De Dm Df d 35 .93 156.MEGALINEAR T20 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords High Power Flexible cords Stainless steel cords Z min 15 15 20 15 18 20 Z min 25 25 25 20 25 25 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 150 120 120 130 Z min 15 15 20 15 18 20 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 150 120 120 130 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.15 De 92.73 124.79 159.97 De 188.47 137.13 200.86 226. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.18 254.06 152.65 305.99 203.20 149.80 302.

5 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 1.MEGALINEAR AT3 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 20 20 45 25 60 50 115 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.1 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.9 +/– 0.9 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 24 40 24 60 23 80 23 100 23 200 22 300 21 400 21 500 20 750 19 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 18 16 15 14 13 12 10 Fp spec (N/cm) 24 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 385 1555 4 20 775 3115 4 25 1010 4050 4 Average values 50 2060 8255 4 36 .1 3 1.5 mm Standard thickness: 1.

MEGALINEAR AT3 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 20 Z min 25 Idler min dia (mm) 30 Z min 20 Idler min dia (mm) 30 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.88 25.46 25.01 22.39 38.92 23.78 De 33.79 41.32 68.34 Dp De 37 .69 68.56 45. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 20 22 24 25 27 30 32 Dm Df d Dp 19.57 De 18.99 45.03 42.66 30.85 57.24 30.69 20.79 28.61 42.51 23.6 22.21 42.10 21.43 58.97 37.37 28.15 N˚ Teeth 36 40 44 45 48 60 72 Dp 34.

8 Average values 38 25 1715 6870 4 1795 7180 8 2290 9175 5 1600 6410 5 2400 9610 5 1410 5640 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 2.2 5 2.2 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 1.8 10 635 2545 4 665 2660 8 795 3190 5 590 2375 5 835 3340 5 520 2090 3.8 16 1015 4070 4 1060 4255 8 1395 5585 5 950 3800 5 1460 5850 5 835 3340 3.8 32 2160 8655 4 2260 9040 8 2890 11570 5 2015 8075 5 3030 12120 5 – – – 50 3560 14255 4 3720 14895 8 4785 19150 5 3325 13300 5 5015 20060 5 – – – 75 4890 18585 4 5110 19415 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – 100 6565 24950 4 6860 26065 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – .7 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 35 40 35 60 34 80 34 100 34 200 32 300 31 400 30 500 29 750 27 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 26 24 22 19 18 16 13 Fp spec (N/cm) 35 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HPF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 6 380 1525 4 395 1595 8 – – – – – – – – – 310 1250 3.7 +/– 0.MEGALINEAR AT5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 6 20 10 35 16 50 25 80 32 105 50 165 75 245 100 340 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.

56 47.30 63.33 46.39 95.79 36.03 76. NFB.56 40. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 Dp 23. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.01 38.20 39.15 41.24 31.79 41.46 28.66 66.97 38.62 68.70 56.83 35.38 42.07 62.52 49.64 24.87 25.24 27.75 50.43 65.49 De 43.17 94.80 75.65 30.01 30.42 29.27 Dp De Dm Df d 39 .85 70.97 De 22.93 57.MEGALINEAR AT5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords High Power Flexible cords Stainless steel cords Z min 15 15 25 12 20 15 Z min 25 25 25 13 15 18 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 60 40 40 65 Z min 15 15 25 12 20 15 Idler min dia (mm) 25 25 40 25 40 60 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.60 33.74 N˚ Teeth 28 30 32 36 40 42 44 48 60 Dp 44.

8 25 3610 14440 4 4215 16870 8 4930 19720 5 3740 14970 5 5485 21945 5 2865 11475 3.8 75 12350 46930 4 14800 56240 8 17300 65740 5 12805 48655 5 19250 73150 5 – – – 100 16625 63175 4 19980 75920 8 23355 88745 5 17235 65500 5 25985 98750 5 – – – 150 26815 93860 4 32940 115290 8 38500 134765 5 27805 97315 5 42845 149955 5 – – – 40 .5 10 4.8 Average values 50 7670 30685 4 9135 36555 8 10680 42730 5 7950 31815 5 11885 47545 5 6095 24385 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 4.8 32 4510 18050 4 5620 22495 8 6570 26295 5 4675 18715 5 7315 29260 5 3585 14345 3.5 +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 2.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.MEGALINEAR AT10 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 16 90 25 160 32 185 50 290 75 435 100 580 150 890 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 72 40 71 60 71 80 70 100 69 200 65 300 62 400 60 500 58 750 53 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 50 44 40 35 30 27 20 Fp spec (N/cm) 74 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HPF Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 16 2030 8120 4 2105 8435 8 3285 13145 5 2105 8420 5 3655 14630 5 1610 6455 3.

minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 Dp 47.06 152.30 60.93 57.73 80. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.65 100.90 49.14 Dp De Dm Df d 41 .03 76.10 87.55 77.MEGALINEAR AT10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords High Power Flexible cords Stainless steel cords Z min 15 15 25 15 16 19 Z min 20 20 25 20 20 25 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 150 80 100 110 Z min 15 15 25 15 16 19 Idler min dia (mm) 50 50 80 50 60 110 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.99 De 84.49 101.08 55.48 138.91 N˚ Teeth 27 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 Dp 85.94 89.18 74.75 50.63 61.28 93. NFB.81 68.32 140.59 127.86 114.21 150.01 112.76 De 45.74 125.39 79.48 63.66 70.58 82.94 189.79 190.13 95.45 58.

45 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.MEGALINEAR AT20 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 225 32 310 50 480 75 720 100 960 150 1425 200 1935 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 8 +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 20 WID TH 5 8 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 144 40 142 60 139 80 137 100 135 200 126 300 119 400 112 500 107 750 97 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 88 76 67 58 43 35 – Fp spec (N/cm) 147 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 4930 19720 4 4215 16870 8 – – – 5485 21945 5 32 6570 26295 4 5620 22495 8 9880 39520 5 7315 29260 5 50 10680 42730 4 9135 36555 8 15200 60800 5 11885 47545 5 Average values Kevlar HP HF 75 17300 65740 4 14800 56240 8 24000 91200 5 19250 73150 5 100 23355 88745 4 19980 75920 8 32000 121600 5 25985 98750 5 150 38500 134765 4 32940 115290 8 53850 188480 5 42845 149955 5 200 48835 170920 4 41775 146220 8 71220 249280 5 54340 190190 5 42 .

32 140.80 302.15 190.30 188.13 N˚ Teeth 32 36 40 48 60 Dp 203.72 229.MEGALINEAR AT20 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords High Flexibility cords Z min 18 18 25 18 Z min 25 25 25 25 Idler min dia (mm) 180 180 250 150 Z min 18 18 25 18 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 160 120 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.65 305.93 156.06 152. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 18 20 22 24 25 30 Dp 114.33 251.47 137. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.79 159. NFB.86 226.73 379.59 127.18 254.99 De 111.73 124.97 De 200.58 381.20 149.12 Dp De Dm Df d 43 .

5 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 2.3 mm Standard thickness: 2.2 1.15 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.13 3 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 23 40 22 60 22 80 22 100 22 200 21 300 20 400 20 500 19 750 18 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 17 16 15 13 12 11 9 Fp spec (N/cm) 23 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 385 1555 4 20 775 3115 4 25 1010 4050 4 Average values 50 2060 8255 4 44 .MEGALINEAR MTD3 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 20 20 45 25 60 50 115 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.2 +/– 0.

07 56.29 20.89 N˚ Teeth 32 36 40 44 48 60 72 Dp 30.38 38.01 22.07 25.84 57.34 19.75 De 29.74 28.02 45.56 34.25 22.16 24.80 33.92 24.25 45.53 67. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 20 21 22 24 26 28 30 Dm Df d Dp 19.62 37.83 26.05 21.MEGALINEAR MTD3 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 20 Z min 20 Idler min dia (mm) 30 Z min 20 Idler min dia (mm) 30 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.10 20.30 68.99 Dp De 45 .65 De 18.98 27.20 42.44 41.

8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 3.2 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.6 +/– 0.8 25 1715 6870 4 1795 7180 8 1410 5640 3.8 Average values 50 3560 14255 4 3720 14895 8 – – – 46 .1 5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 34 40 33 60 33 80 33 100 32 200 31 300 30 400 29 500 28 750 26 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 25 23 21 19 17 16 13 Fp spec (N/cm) 34 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 635 2545 4 665 2660 8 520 2090 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 3.8 15 950 3815 4 995 3990 8 780 3135 3.MEGALINEAR MTD5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 35 15 50 25 80 50 165 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.6 2.

52 70.89 76.75 46.15 63.39 75. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.65 31.45 d 47 . NFB.49 94.42 N˚ Teeth 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 72 Dp De Dp De Dm Df 47.24 43. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 16 18 20 21 22 24 26 28 Dp 25.28 33.79 57.93 49.01 38.56 De 24.32 27.87 37.59 113.30 56.66 62.50 30.20 41.60 50.MEGALINEAR MTD5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 16 16 18 Z min 16 16 20 Idler min dia (mm) 50 50 65 Z min 16 16 18 Idler min dia (mm) 25 25 65 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.46 28.38 44.25 95.83 33.69 32.03 68.35 114.05 40.42 35.

8 15 2030 8120 5 1150 4615 8 1295 5185 5 1610 6455 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 5.8 Average values Kevlar HF Stainless 20 2930 11730 5 1535 6155 8 1795 7180 5 2330 9320 3.8 30 4510 18050 5 2565 10260 8 2790 11170 5 3585 14345 3.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 5.MEGALINEAR MTD8 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 65 15 85 20 120 30 185 50 325 85 530 100 650 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 85 14010 53245 5 7965 30265 8 8715 33115 5 – – – 100 16625 63175 5 9450 35910 8 10290 39100 5 – – – 48 .6 3.6 +/– 0.4 8 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 66 40 65 60 64 80 63 100 63 200 59 300 57 400 54 500 52 750 48 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 45 40 37 31 28 24 18 Fp spec (N/cm) 67 TRACTION RESISTANCE HP = Standard Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 1350 5415 5 765 3075 8 795 3190 5 1075 4300 3.3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 50 7670 30685 5 4360 17440 8 4785 19150 5 6095 24385 3.

32 426.67 90.69 427.67 141.86 100. NFB.21 64.16 86.58 85.39 75.39 101.23 142.05 122.18 285.95 De 49.21 366.60 162.23 161.83 365.72 229.49 80.81 488.02 54.55 56.65 61.30 96.49 Dp De Dm Df d 49 .97 202.92 De 110.08 76.44 487.MEGALINEAR MTD8 FLEXION RESISTANCE HP = Standard Kevlar cords High Flexibility cords Stainless steel cords Z min 20 20 20 24 Z min 22 22 20 28 Idler min dia (mm) 100 100 80 110 Z min 20 20 20 24 Idler min dia (mm) 50 50 40 80 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.22 91.81 283.13 81.58 N˚ Teeth 44 48 56 64 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 Dp 112.60 181.35 227.84 71. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 Dp 50.97 183.23 141.75 66.30 70.35 203.77 95.12 59.

45 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.MEGALINEAR MTD14 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 260 40 400 55 555 85 850 100 1000 115 1150 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 10 +/– 0.1 14 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 113 40 111 60 109 80 108 100 106 200 99 300 93 400 88 500 84 750 76 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 69 60 52 46 34 28 – Fp spec (N/cm) 115 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 5340 21365 4 4215 16870 8 40 8215 32870 4 7030 28120 8 55 12110 46015 4 10360 39365 8 Average values Kevlar 85 19460 73955 4 16650 63270 8 100 23355 88745 4 19980 75920 8 115 28640 100250 4 24500 85765 8 50 .8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 10 6.

28 211.13 124.51 160.66 855.11 Dp De Dm Df d 51 .21 320.90 121.72 157.76 115.32 638.60 175.76 282.57 De 246.87 852.28 496.92 745.78 129.41 318.98 126.34 178.86 356.25 196.92 113.90 139.MEGALINEAR MTD14 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Z min 26 26 Z min 28 28 Idler min dia (mm) 180 180 Z min 26 26 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT. NFB.71 748.82 959.68 166.23 133.69 142.49 193. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 26 28 29 30 32 34 36 38 40 44 48 Dp De N˚ Teeth 56 64 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 216 Dp 249.55 285.51 401.07 499.08 213.06 353.71 398.62 962.43 169. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.81 148.11 641.60 151.44 130.

8 15 950 3815 4 995 3990 8 780 3135 3.MEGALINEAR RPP5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 40 15 60 25 100 30 120 50 195 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Antistatic nylon fabric AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 3.8 25 1715 6870 4 1795 7180 8 1410 5640 3.8 Average values 30 2100 8400 4 2190 8775 8 – – – 50 3560 14255 4 3720 14895 8 – – – 52 .8 2 5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 36 40 36 60 36 80 35 100 35 200 33 300 32 400 30 500 30 750 27 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 26 24 23 21 19 18 15 Fp spec (N/cm) 37 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 635 2545 4 665 2660 8 520 2090 3.5 mm Standard thickness: 3.2 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 +/– 0.

60 50.66 62. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 12 14 15 16 18 20 21 22 24 26 Dp 19.87 37.14 22.25 95.28 33.73 24.28 23.65 31.30 56.46 28.79 57.56 43.MEGALINEAR RPP5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 12 12 15 Z min 13 13 17 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 65 Z min 12 12 15 Idler min dia (mm) 20 20 65 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.89 76.59 113.69 32. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.52 70.32 27.93 49.42 35.35 114.03 68.49 94.39 75.15 63.75 46.01 38.10 22.87 25.38 De 17.50 30.42 47.83 33.05 40.45 Dp De Dm Df d 53 .96 21. NFB.20 41.24 N˚ Teeth 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 72 Dp De 44.

4 +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Antistatic nylon fabric AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 5.MEGALINEAR RPP8 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 65 15 100 20 130 30 195 50 330 85 560 100 655 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.5 mm Standard thickness: 5.2 8 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 75 40 74 60 73 80 72 100 71 200 65 300 62 400 60 500 57 750 53 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 50 45 42 38 35 32 25 Fp spec (N/cm) 76 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 1350 5415 4 1110 4445 8 2050 8215 5 15 2030 8120 4 1665 6665 8 3285 13145 5 20 2930 11730 4 2405 9630 8 4515 18075 5 Average values Kevlar HP 30 4510 18050 4 3705 14820 8 6980 27935 5 50 7670 30685 4 6295 25190 8 11500 46015 5 85 14010 53245 4 11505 43715 8 21625 82175 5 100 16625 63175 4 13650 51870 8 25085 95320 5 54 .3 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.4 3.

21 91.MEGALINEAR RPP8 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords Z min 18 18 22 Z min 20 20 25 Idler min dia (mm) 100 100 150 Z min 18 18 22 Idler min dia (mm) 45 45 60 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.35 203.93 76.60 181.12 59.39 75.84 71.81 283.86 De 44.49 N˚ Teeth 44 48 54 64 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 Dp 112.67 120.30 96.72 229.49 80. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.44 487.97 183.92 De 110. NFB.55 56.18 285.58 85.02 54.86 136.69 427.23 137.04 122.74 66.14 161.49 Dp De Dm Df d 55 .81 488.32 426.65 61.51 162.39 101.20 366.21 64.02 81.35 227.12 86. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 18 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 Dp 45.86 100.30 69.97 202.83 365.77 95.67 90.

MEGALINEAR RPP14 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 40 470 55 650 85 1000 115 1355 150 1840 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 10 +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Antistatic nylon fabric AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 WID TH 10 6 14 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 137 40 135 60 133 80 131 100 128 200 118 300 111 400 105 500 101 750 91 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 84 75 62 52 40 30 – Fp spec (N/cm) 140 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 40 12160 48640 4 55 17600 66880 4 85 28000 106400 4 115 40820 142880 4 150 53850 188480 4 Average values 56 .4 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.

61 962.86 356.46 193.34 178.92 745.87 852. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 32 34 36 38 40 44 48 56 64 Dp 142.25 196.55 175.20 De 139.07 499.90 249. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.41 N˚ Teeth 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 216 Dp 320.29 211.60 151.82 959.32 638.81 148.07 353.72 398.78 Dp De Dm Df d 57 .08 213.28 496.11 641.55 285.71 748.57 De 318.MEGALINEAR RPP14 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 32 Z min 35 Idler min dia (mm) 250 Z min 32 Idler min dia (mm) 145 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.11 246.52 160.66 855.73 157.43 169. NFB.64 166.76 282.51 401.

2 +/– 0.MEGALINEAR RPP14XP OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 40 590 55 815 85 1250 115 1695 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard thickness: 10.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m WID TH 10.5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.2 6 14 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 137 40 135 60 133 80 131 100 128 200 118 300 111 400 105 500 101 750 91 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 84 75 62 52 40 30 – Fp spec (N/cm) 140 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 40 16000 64000 4 55 23600 89600 4 85 37050 140800 4 115 53030 185600 4 Average values 58 .

92 745.71 748.86 356.52 160.60 151.55 175.76 282. PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 32 34 36 38 40 44 48 56 64 Dp 142.73 157.43 169.29 211.57 De 318.20 De 139.34 178.72 398.46 193.78 Dp De Dm Df d 59 .32 638.41 N˚ Teeth 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 216 Dp 320. • Due to high Max traction load.MEGALINEAR RPP14XP FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 32 Z min 35 Idler min dia (mm) 250 Z min 32 Idler min dia (mm) 200 BELT INFORMATIONS • RPP14XP is not available in joined version because is suitable only for linear movement application. system elasticity is very low.25 196.81 148.11 641.07 353.51 401.87 852.82 959. • This belt is mainly used for elevators in car industry.08 213.64 166.11 246.55 285.90 249.66 855.28 496.07 499.61 962.

MEGALINEAR STD5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 35 15 50 25 80 50 165 Standard compound: black Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: antistatic nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 TH WID 3.91 5 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 34 40 33 60 32 80 31 100 30 200 29 300 27 400 25 500 24 750 22 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 20 17 15 12 10 8 3 Fp spec (N/cm) 34 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 635 2545 4 15 950 3815 4 25 1715 6870 4 Average values 50 3560 14255 4 60 .4 1.5 mm Standard thickness: 3.25 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.4 +/– 0.

03 38.32 22.14 21.32 56.95 49.79 50.54 94.58 43. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.88 25.50 27.34 63.06 69.60 47.79 57.29 23.05 37.69 62. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 12 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 26 Dp 19.69 30.53 114.66 31.64 113.43 95.47 28.10 22.84 35.43 75.91 24.63 Dp De Dm Df d 61 .42 N˚ Teeth 28 30 32 36 40 44 48 60 72 Dp De 44.70 70.07 76.MEGALINEAR STD5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 12 Z min 13 Idler min dia (mm) 60 Z min 12 Idler min dia (mm) 20 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.21 41.77 46.40 De 18.24 40.87 34. NFB.

5 mm Standard thickness: 5.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA APL Fishbone Ribbed Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 TH WID 5.1 +/– 0.25 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.1 3.MEGALINEAR STD8 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 10 65 12 75 15 85 20 120 30 185 50 325 85 530 Standard compound: black Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: antistatic nylon fabric (NFT) Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.05 8 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 62 40 58 60 56 80 54 100 51 200 48 300 46 400 44 500 42 750 38 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 35 31 27 23 20 17 – Fp spec (N/cm) 64 TRACTION RESISTANCE HP = Standard Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 1350 5415 5 1110 4445 8 795 3190 5 12 1575 6315 5 1295 5185 8 995 3990 5 Average values Kevlar HF 15 2030 8120 5 1665 6665 8 1295 5185 5 20 2930 11730 5 2405 9630 8 1795 7180 5 30 4510 18050 5 3705 14820 8 2790 11170 5 50 7670 30685 5 6295 25190 8 4785 19150 5 85 14010 53245 5 11505 43715 8 8715 33115 5 62 .

05 54.71 90.98 202.44 487.30 96.86 141.91 100.40 101.75 66.62 85.10 110.29 142.60 181.84 365.24 64.81 283.93 76.21 91.87 428.65 61.67 163.MEGALINEAR STD8 FLEXION RESISTANCE HP = standard Kevlar cords High Flexibility cords Z min 20 20 16 Z min 24 24 24 Idler min dia (mm) 100 100 60 Z min 20 20 22 Idler min dia (mm) 50 50 40 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.43 75.05 183.82 229.14 59.02 489.35 366.55 56.52 80.29 285.17 De 120. NFB.32 426.81 95.68 Dp De Dm Df d 63 . minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) L B1 B2 N˚ Teeth 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 44 Dp De N˚ Teeth 48 56 64 72 80 90 112 144 168 192 Dp 122.49 112.84 71.33 69.02 81.35 227.12 86.23 161.43 203. AVAFC and APL can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.

4.3 38° 13 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 43 40 42 60 41 80 40 100 39 200 36 300 34 400 33 500 31 750 29 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 27 24 22 19 17 16 12 Fp spec (N/cm) 44 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (inch) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 150 3490 13965 4 3205 12825 8 200 4785 19150 4 4360 17440 8 Average values 300 7665 29125 4 7015 26675 8 400 11170 39100 4 10260 35910 8 Kevlar 64 .MEGALINEAR HG OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (inch) Weight (gr/m) 150 230 200 285 300 395 400 500 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.3 = = 2.01 8. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.3 +/-0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 notched guide *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version.

74 111.36 De 79.08 144.94 97.18 38° 13.67 241.25 160.70 177.19 121.82 119.91 127.62 161.99 N˚ Teeth 34 36 38 40 44 48 60 Dp 137.55 De 136.65 103.11 113.5 7.02 105.28 129.50 192.48 87.04 242.87 194. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) N˚ Teeth Dp 80.53 153.5 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 De Dp 65 .MEGALINEAR HG FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Z min 20 20 Z min 22 22 Idler min dia (mm) 160 160 Z min 20 20 Idler min dia (mm) 80 80 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.33 176.57 95.45 145.85 88.16 152.

2.5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.2 +/.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 notched guide *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version.0. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.15 = = 1 5 38° 6 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 23 40 23 60 22 80 22 100 22 200 20 300 19 400 19 500 18 750 17 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 16 15 14 12 11 11 9 Fp spec (N/cm) 24 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 800 3205 4 1795 7180 8 32 1005 4035 4 2260 9040 8 50 1660 6650 4 3720 14895 8 Average values Kevlar 66 .MEGALINEAR TG5 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 70 32 85 50 120 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.

66 76.MEGALINEAR TG5 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Z min 25 25 Z min 28 28 Idler min dia (mm) 80 80 Z min 25 25 Idler min dia (mm) 60 60 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.49 De 56.75 50.79 42.93 De 38.93 75.39 95.92 50.57 94.97 47.14 46.67 38° 6.47 62.10 N˚ Teeth 36 40 48 60 Dp 57. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) N˚ Teeth Dp 39.5 25 27 30 32 5 De Dp 67 .30 63.96 42.

MEGALINEAR TG10 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25TG10K13 190 32TG10K13 250 50TG10K13 290 75TG10K13 390 100TG10K13 495 50TG10K6 240 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.3 2 8. K6 4.3 38° notched guide K13 2 5.8 68 .8 32TG10K13 2890 11570 4 3565 10260 8 2340 9365 3.8 Average values 50TG10K13 4785 19150 4 4360 17440 8 3875 15500 3.0.5 38° 6 13 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 49 40 48 60 47 80 46 100 45 200 41 300 39 400 37 500 36 750 33 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 31 28 25 22 20 18 14 Fp spec (N/cm) 51 TRACTION RESISTANCE Belt width (mm) Steel Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25TG10K13 2290 9175 4 2050 8205 8 1855 7425 3.5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.5 +/. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.3 4.0.8 75TG10K13 7665 29125 4 7020 26675 8 – – – 100TG10K13 10290 39100 4 9450 35910 8 – – – 50TG10K6 4785 19150 4 4360 17440 8 3875 15500 3.5 +/.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version.

JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.59 127.MEGALINEAR TG10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Stainless steel cords Z min 25 25 31 Z min 28 28 34 Idler min dia (mm) 80 80 90 Z min 25 25 31 Idler min dia (mm) 80 80 90 Valid for K6 and K13. NFB and AVAFC can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.65 100.10 93.32 152.5 K13 38° 13.5 N˚ Teeth 25 27 30 32 36 40 48 60 Dp 79.99 De 77.73 84. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) K6 38° 6.79 190.49 101.94 95.01 112.58 85.48 150.86 114.5 De Dp De Dp 69 .14 5 7.94 189.74 125.

= = 3 8 +/.0.5 38° 13 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 98 40 95 60 93 80 91 100 89 200 81 300 76 400 72 500 68 750 62 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 57 50 45 38 33 29 – Fp spec (N/cm) 102 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 50 7670 30685 4 9135 36555 8 75 12350 46930 4 14800 56240 8 100 16625 63175 4 19975 75920 8 Average values Kevlar 70 .MEGALINEAR TG20 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 50 375 75 590 100 770 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 notched guide *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version.45 8.

73 381.86 229.5 30 32 36 190.33 254.MEGALINEAR TG20 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords Z min 30 30 Z min 33 33 Idler min dia (mm) 140 140 Z min 30 30 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.97 379.13 203.65 251.99 188.80 305.72 200.18 226.58 302.5 De Dp 71 . minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) N˚ Teeth Dp De N˚ Teeth 40 48 60 Dp De 38° 13.12 7.

5 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version.5 +/. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.3 2 9 38° 13 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 72 40 71 60 71 80 70 100 69 200 65 300 62 400 60 500 58 750 53 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 50 44 40 35 30 27 20 Fp spec (N/cm) 74 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Kevlar Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) HP Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Stainless Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 25 3610 14440 4 4215 16870 8 4930 19720 5 2865 11475 3.8 Average values 75 12350 46930 4 14800 56240 8 17300 65740 5 – – – 100 16625 63175 4 19980 75920 8 23350 88745 5 – – – 150 26815 93860 4 32940 115290 8 38500 134765 5 – – – 72 . notched guide = = 4.MEGALINEAR ATG10 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 25 180 32 230 50 330 75 465 100 620 150 930 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 0.0.8 32 4510 18050 4 5620 22495 8 6570 26295 5 3585 14345 3.8 50 7670 30685 4 9135 36555 8 10680 42730 5 6095 24385 3.

48 150.79 190.5 25 27 30 32 79.65 101.01 7.94 189.73 85. NFB and AVAFC can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.5 De Dp 73 .58 77. minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) N˚ Teeth Dp De N˚ Teeth 36 40 48 60 Dp 114.86 100.32 152.10 95.59 127.14 38° 13.MEGALINEAR ATG10 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Kevlar cords High Power cords Stainless steel cords Z min 25 25 40 31 Z min 28 28 40 34 Idler min dia (mm) 120 120 160 130 Z min 25 25 40 31 Idler min dia (mm) 100 100 120 130 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.94 84.74 125.49 93.99 De 112.

4 38° 13 TOOTH RESISTANCE RPM (1/min) 0 20 144 40 142 60 139 80 137 100 135 200 126 300 119 400 112 500 107 750 97 1000 1500 2000 3000 4000 5000 8000 88 76 67 58 43 35 – Fp spec (N/cm) 147 TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 75 17300 65740 4 150 38500 134765 4 Average values 74 .8 mm/m Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth* Antistatic nylon fabric FDA compound AVAFC 60/70/85 ShA Cleats Different back coating materials see page 86 *Nylon fabric teeth excluding guide (2 fabric strips on teeth only) is standard version. notched guide = = 3 8 +/. Nylon fabric teeth including guide (fabric on complete width) is only on request.MEGALINEAR ATG20 OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD WIDTHS (mm) Weight (gr/m) 75 795 150 1500 Standard compound: white Polyurethane thermoplastic 92 ShA Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard width tolerance: +/– 1 mm Standard length tolerance: +/– 0.45 9.0.

minimum diameters on page 86 PULLEYS (for more details please see our pulleys catalogue) N˚ Teeth Dp De N˚ Teeth 40 48 60 Dp De 38° 13.72 200.5 30 32 36 190.58 302.97 379.65 251.18 226.80 305.99 188.73 381. NFB and AVAFC can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.MEGALINEAR ATG20 FLEXION RESISTANCE Standard steel cords Z min 30 Z min 33 Idler min dia (mm) 180 Z min 30 Idler min dia (mm) 160 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Rolls with NFT.12 7.33 254.13 203.5 De Dp 75 .86 229.

2 +/-0.4/-0 +/-0.8 25 P2 135 white 25+/-0.5 1+/-0.8 100 P2 490 white 100+/-0.4/-0 +/-0.5 4+0.2 +/-0.8 25 P4 220 50 P4 445 100 P4 890 20 blue 10+/-0.8 transparent transparent transparent 25+/-0.5 2+/-0.4/-0 +/-0.8 75 P2 370 white 75+/-0.5 4+0.2 +/-0.2 +/-0.5 2+/-0.1 +/-0.5 2+/-0.1 +/-0.8 50+/-0.8 100+/-0.5 4+0.5 1+/-0.8 50 P2 245 white 50+/-0.MEGALINEAR FLAT OPEN-END BELT CHARACTERISTICS WID TH WID WID TH TH 1 P1 P2 2 4 P4 10 P1 Weight (gr/m) Polyurethane 92 ShA Width (mm) Thickness (mm) Length tolerance (mm/m) 20 P1 40 blue 20+/-0.5 2+/-0.8 Standard back cover: none Standard tooth cover: none Standard cords: S and Z torsion zinked steel Standard roll length: 100 m Belt options on request with minimum quantity: Nylon fabric back Nylon fabric teeth Antistatic nylon fabric TRACTION RESISTANCE Steel Belt width (mm) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) Max Traction Load (N) Breaking Strength (N) Elongation at MTL (mm/m) 10 P1 465 1865 4 – – – 20 P1 930 3735 4 – – – 25 P2 3380 13535 4 4930 19720 5 50 P2 7445 29780 4 10680 42730 5 75 P2 11875 45125 4 17300 65740 5 100 P2 16150 61370 4 23355 88745 5 25 P4 7600 30400 4 – – – 50 P4 15200 60800 4 – – – 100 P4 32000 121600 4 – – – HP Average values 76 .

minimum diameters on page 86 77 .MEGALINEAR FLAT FLEXION RESISTANCE Driver pulley min dia (mm) Standard steel cords P1 Standard steel cords P2 Standard steel cords P4 High Power cords P2 16 45 100 56 Driver pulley min dia (mm) 25 50 110 62 Idler min dia (mm) 30 90 150 150 Driver pulley Idler min dia (mm) min dia (mm) 16 45 100 56 30 50 100 80 JOINED BELT INFORMATIONS • Minimum splice length 900 mm • Traction and tooth resistances = 50% less than open-end • Joined belt can be used only in conveyor systems • Minimum and stardard width are according previous list • Rolls with NFT and NFB can be joined too • Minimum diameters according above table • For coated belts.

5 32 38 45 76.5 9 11 3. As the belt can’t be stretched with the fixing plates we suggest to use other tension system. The Megadyne Technical Staff is ready to study special or particular applications. The plates are delivered in aluminium alloy.25 5 9 A 41.9 22 45 51 57.25 5 10 41.5 28.5 70 Clamping plates for HTD pitch belts Aluminium Pitch • 5M • 8M • 14M F 6 8 10 d 5.5 66 116 S 8 15 22 6 25 9 28 35 10 15 34 40 20 Belt width (mm) 25 30 40 50 C 44 45 55 75 56 71 55 85 115 170 Aluminium Pitch • XL •L •H F 6 8 10 d 5.5 15 36 39 45 51.5 64 106. On the customer’s request.5 5 9 200 300 400 77 83 108 134 86 110 116 146 201 Clamping plates for metric pitch belts Pitch Aluminium • T5 • AT5 • T10 • AT10 • T20 • AT20 F d B A S 6 10 16 Belt width (mm) 20 25 32 C 39 44 50 56 51 57 63 50 75 100 6 8 10 5.FIXING PLATES The fixing plates are used to fix the tail of the open belts.65 80 160 8 15 20 25 29 35 35 41 69 75 81 100 106 125 132 • Available in customized length 78 . Order code example: AT10 pitch clamping plate for 25 mm width belt Clamping plates for imperial pitch belts Belt width (inches) A S 025 037 050 075 100 150 C 42.5 9 11 B 3.5 8 25.5 9 11 B 3. the plates can be delivered with or without fixing holes.

in such case belt and pulley tooth edges are in touch cancelling lash between these two elements.POSITIONING AND TRANSMISSION PRECISION MEGALINEAR Engagement between teeth and pulley tooth space is important for positioning precision and transmission synchronism.2 AT5 +/–0. Transmission with “zero” back lash has always to be widely oversized to contrast belt elongation on free tensioned span.1 AT10 +/–0.6 T20 +/–1. In any case. “Zero” back lash engagement In following table you can find list of available “zero” back lash pulleys and average value for back lash: Available pitch for “zero” back lash pulley T5 Average back lash value for standard +/–0. Standard engagement It is possible to use pulley with “zero” back lash to reduce positioning mistakes. a certain lash will always occur due to belt tooth deformation. RPP belts and pulleys in standard version offer a great solution for positioning system because their parabolic profile reduces interference and improves meshing characteristics.4 All not-mentioned pitches are not available in “zero” back lash version. in application with high loads.3 T10 +/–0.2 AT20 +/–0. 79 .

Megadyne can design any profile to meet the specific requirement of the customer. as standard cleats. starting from a thermoplastic polyurethane strip roll and cutting until the requested profile dimension. are introduced in the following sketch. Megadyne recommend that the profile spacing were multiple of the belt pitch. for special inquiries and small quantities. Due to the welding process. in order to check and develop all the needed special profiles. STDE0008. Megadyne always remove this welding bead. in any case. n • p +/– 0. increasing: – cleats width (w) – cleats thickness (t) t w R • Cleat stiffness is bigger: – increasing cleat thickness (t) – using special moulded profiles. a bead of material develops at the meeting point of profile and belt. please consider the following factors: • Section base cleats resistance (R) becomes bigger. The t value (thickness) is available from 2 until 13 mm. The profiles are attached with the best technology now available. STDE0010 and STMI0012 types 80 . The production process for these profiles is very flexible. the High Vibration System. it is possible to weld the profiles also in others positions. like STDE0006. The cumulative tolerance on the spacing of the profiles is the same of the length tolerance for our standard belts (+/– 0. the feasible dimensions. All the cleats are made using the same thermoplastic polyurethane as the MEGALINEAR body (white PU 92 ShA).CLEATS Megadyne timing belts can be customised with profiles vulcanised on the backside.8 mm/m) (tighter tolerances are available on request).5 h +/– 0. STANDARD PARALLELEPIPED PROFILES Megadyne can produce. the h value (height) can be from 3 until 120 mm and the width can be 150 mm maximum. the parallelepiped profiles.5 The tolerances on the position are +/– 0. with the standard process tolerances.8 mm/m t +/– 0.5 mm. PROFILE MECHANICAL RESISTANCE In order to find the right cleat dimensions. In any case.

Flexibility decreases when welded area dimensions increase • position of the welded profile on the belt. 81 . the two factors that affect the original flexibility are the following: • thickness of the cleat “foot“ (size of the base). flexibility properties for the cleated belts.5 d +/– 0.MEGALINEAR MIN. When the cleats are welded in axis with the teeth.5 h +/– 0.5 d +/– 0. please kinldy refer to standard parallelepiped profiles section.5 Tighter tolerances on request For belt flexibilty and mechanical resistance. Please find. t +/– 0. to satisfy specials applications. For cleats not yet present in following pages. in the following table. MINIMUM NUMBER OF PULLEY TEETH CLEATS OVER A TOOTH CLEATS NOT OVER A TOOTH CLEATS THICKNESS XL L H XH T5 / AT5 T10 / AT10 T20 / AT20 RPP5 RPP8 RPP14 4 18 12 14 18 18 14 18 18 14 18 5 18 12 14 18 18 14 18 18 14 18 6 25 18 14 18 25 14 18 25 14 18 8 40 30 18 28 40 18 18 40 18 18 10 50 40 25 18 50 25 18 50 25 18 12 100 60 45 20 100 45 20 100 45 20 CLEATS THICKNESS XL L H XH T5 / AT5 T10 / AT10 T20 / AT20 RPP5 RPP8 RPP14 4 45 40 25 20 45 30 20 45 30 20 5 45 40 25 20 45 30 20 45 30 20 6 50 45 30 30 50 40 30 50 40 30 8 60 55 45 40 60 45 40 60 45 40 10 100 60 50 45 100 50 45 100 50 45 12 – 80 65 54 – 65 54 – 65 54 STANDARD PARALLELEPIPED PROFILES WITH HOLES Parallelepided profiles are available also with holes.5 cd +/– 0. For belt flexibility and mechanical resistance. please find below the standard tolerances for this kind of cleats. Megadyne can produce dedicated mould according customer requirements. Megadyne can produce any profile designed by the customer. N° OF PULLEY TEETH FOR BELTS WITH PROFILES The profiles presence can change the belt flexibility properties. please kinldy refer to values for cleats without holes. MOULDED CLEATS Using an high performance injection system. belt flexibilty is better than when cleats are welded in axis with the little nose.

please contact MEGADYNE staff. 82 .CLEATS SPECIAL CLEATS DRAWING LIST If the needed cleat wouldn’t yet present in the following tables.

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CLEATS SPECIAL CLEATS DRAWING LIST If the needed cleat wouldn’t yet present in the following tables. please contact MEGADYNE staff. 84 .

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6 very good very good very good no 0.6 very good very good very good no std pulley std pulley x 40 x 40 x 40 x 25 x 30 x 30 x 35 86 .3 +/– 0. Megadyne is able to supply extruded coated belt.25 good intermediate intermediate no 0..5 +/– 0.COVER PROPERTIES Megalinear belt can be coated with several materials. Choice of correct coating depends on application field. pulley dia = thickness • .65 very good very good very good no 0.3 +/– 0.3 +/– 0.6 very good very good very good no 0. Main advantages for using coated belts are: reducing noise and modifing friction in conveying materials.5 –20 +80 –20 +80 –20 +80 –20 +80 –20 +80 –20 +60 –20 +60 –20 +80 –20 +80 0.7 good good good no 0.3 2.5 till 8 3. (1) Static average values for steel guides.7 – – + /– 0.4 good very good very good no 0.3 +/– 0. in this case coating method is same as belt production method and coehesion between belt and cover is guaranteed by welding without using glue.25 good intermediate intermediate no 0.5 4. Those coatings are able to suit Megalinear belts to all applications.65 very good very good very good no 0. by extrusion by extrusion by extrusion by extrusion by spray by extrusion by extrusion by extrusion – – 2/3/4 2/3/4 2/3/4 0. Properties of extruded coating are followings: Cover type NFB nylon fabric back Raw material Hardness (ShA) Colour NFT nylon fabric teeth AVAFC 60 AVAFC 70 AVAFC 85 Foamed polyurethane APL Fishbone Ribbed nylon nylon polyurethane polyurethane polyurethane foamed polyurethane/ polyurethane polyurethane polyurethane PVC 50 yellow/grey 55 red 70 transparent 70 transparent – green – green 60 transparent 70 transparent 85 transparent Coating and belt cohesion by extrusion method Thickness range (mm) Tolerance on coating thickness Working temperature range (°C) Friction coefficient (1) Water resistance Abrasion resistance Oil resistance FDA approved Min.3 +/– 0..

8 till 15 0.7 good 0.8 till 15 0.6 very good very good low no intermediate very good intermediate no low no intermediate intermediate good no good no x 25 x 30 x 30 x 30 x 35 x 35 x 30 x 35 x 35 x 30 87 . Linatex Tenax 40 natural rubber 40 red Tenax Standard natural rubber 45 red White Rubber Gummy for food Neoprene Correx ambra industry parablond synthetic rubber 70 white synthetic rubber 70 gray/black natural rubber 48 light brown NBR Hypalon Honeycomb open cell neoprene rubber 10 black natural rubber 42 red nitrilic rubber 70 white rubber natural rubber 45 red 60 white by gluing by gluing by by by by by by by vulcanization vulcanization vulcanization vulcanization vulcanization vulcanization vulcanization 0.8 till 15 0.3 +/– 0.3 +/– 0.8 till 15 4.7 very good very good low no 0.3 +/– 0.75 very good 0.5 –10 +60 –20 +50 –20 +60 –20 +60 0 +120 –10 +100 –20 +60 0 +120 0 +160 –20 +60 0.MEGALINEAR Megalinear belt can be supplied also with vulcanised or glued cover.3 +/– 0.65 good intermediate good no 0.6 very good good good no 0.6 good 0.75 very good very good low no 0..6 good 0. pulley dia = thickness • .3 +/– 0.3 +/– 0.8 till 15 0.8 till 15 0. (1) Static average values for steel guides.3 +/– 0.6 very good very good low no 0.8 till 15 by gluing 2 till 15 0..3 +/– 0.3 +/– 0. Their technical properties are listed in following table: Cover type Porol mousse Raw material Hardness (ShA) Colour Coating and belt cohesion method Thickness range (mm) Tolerance on coating thickness Working temperature range (°C) Friction coefficient (1) Water resistance Abrasion resistance Oil resistance FDA approved Min.8 till 15 0.5 +/– 0.

Available colours are: • White • Black • Blue • Yellow • Transparent SPECIAL EXTRUSION On customer request.2 mm is achievable with a level finish (i. The measurement is given as the depth on the belt back. REWORK ON BELT TEETH The rework of the tooth profile can be very useful. Megadyne R&D department can develop special extruded belts by designing special mould. Different colour doesn’t influence belt technical properties so mechanical features are same as standard white belt. Stops and cams can be attached through the holes. thickness will not vary greatly around the belt). Most belt widths and lengths are available. A grinding tolerance of +/– 0. the total thickness. HOLES IN TIMING BELTS Holes in timing belts can be for vacuum or air film conveying or as clearance for assembly mechanisms. SPECIAL POLYURETHANE On customer request and with minimum quantity. Most widths and lengths are available. Our in-house facilities enable us to produce belt with special holes for vacuum conveyors. SINGLE TOOTH REMOVAL Single and multiple tooth removal is available to your requirement. Megalinear belt can be produced with different hardness: • 85 ShA food quality polyurethane for contact with food and medical products • 92 ShA higher resistance to temperature • 92 ShA silicon free for painting system based on water • 95 ShA glass reinforced • 98 ShA extra hard polyurethane COLOUR On customer request and with a minimum quantity is possible to produce megalinear with several colours. for applications in handling and conveying technology. i. improving the steering effect with guide rails. including the tooth. must be specified.SPECIAL EXECUTION FEASIBILITY Megadyne can make special extrusion on customer request to improve belt properties and to suit better to special applications. We can remove individual teeth and perforate the timing belt as required. The profile can be machined precisely for required function. belts with special backings / ground finishes for high tolerance applications. It is also possible to extrude standard belt with special cords position.e. The rework dimension is given from the top of the tooth. When belt back grinding to a tolerance is required. 88 . MECHANICAL REWORK Megadyne have been producing specialized belting for many years. BACK GRINDING A belt back can be ground to achieve a precise belt thickness as an adjunct to precision drives.e. Customized tooling may be required depending on the layout and dimensions of holes required. LONGITUDINAL REWORK Longitudinal rework along the belt back is possible on covered and uncovered belts. ready for successive reworkings. Most widths and lenghts are available.

Under certain conditions. The test methods for determining the surface resistive properties of a belt are based on ISO 9563. belts can be categorized according to the following table: Antistatic (Conductor) Belt Resistivity Range (Ω) < 6 10 • 5 Electric Dissipative 6 10 < Ω < 1 10 • 5 Resistive (Insulator) 5 • > 1 • 105 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS • Conveyance of PC boards or other electronic assemblies • Semiconductor processing • Conveying munitions of explosive detonators • Paper conveying • Power transmission applications in textile industries • Chemical environment power transmission or convenying • Clean room conveyors and power transmissions 89 . a polyurethane belt may build-up a significant static electric charge.Characteristics and Test Method”. polyurethane belts should be sufficiently conductive to dissipate this electrical charge.Electrical Conductivity of Antistatic Endless Synchronous Belts .ANTISTATIC POLYURETHANE TIMING BELTS MEGALINEAR Megadyne now offers antistatic belts. in ohms. The electrical resistance. “Belt Drives . can be found using the test methods in ISO 9563 and the following equation: Resistance = Ω = (6 • 105) • L W where: L = is dry distance between electrodes (inches) W = is the width of the belt (inches) Test Voltage = 100 V Based on this calculation and experimental results. Belts can be constructed (using proper nylon fabric coating) with a relatively low electrical resistance characteristic and are typically referred to as “static conductive” surface or “antistatic” surface. For applications where belts are intended for operation in a potentially explosive atmosphere or near electrical components.

SPECIAL EXECUTION PHOTOS Glass industry Coating and special grinding on the back allow Megadyne belt to be suitable to all customer applications Tobacco industry Belt with special cleats for tobacco industry Nappy industry Wide extruded belt for nappy industry Packaging industry Special reworking to install custom made elements Automotive industry Belt suitable to convey steel coils and plates due to guides on the back Paper industry Special extruded belt for vacuum conveyor application in paper industry 90 .

MEGALINEAR Carton industry New extruded belt for vacuum application in carton conveyor industry Conveyor application Special coating for conveyor application Automotive industry Due to its antistatic properties. belt suitable for steel plate conveyor in car industry Lift industry Patented belt designed on customer requirement for an innovative lift system Fish industry High variety of cleats allow Megalinear belts to work in several fields 91 .

All information was compiled with utmost care according current knowledge. We further emphasise the fact that the section “Belt data” and their application implies development risks.BELT CALCULATION PROGRAM New Calculation program allows you to design your drive choosing correct polyurethane or rubber belt suitable for your application. 92 . We wish to stress that the technical data is subject to tolerances and not intended to be understood as a delivery specification. No claims can be derived from possible errors or false application interpretation.

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