cogged belt

cogged belt

[′kägd ‚belt]
(design engineering)
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However, as regards the bending deformation of the belt, it should be noted that a cogged belt as illustrated in Figure 25 is used in the CVT system of the target motorcycle of this study with the intention of reducing the effect of bending deformation.
To enhance weight capacity, the conveyor features an engineered cogged belt with teeth that engage and grip two sprocket pulleys on each end of the conveyor to prevent slippage while pushing or pulling a load.
I achieved this speed reduction by using a 3/8-inch-diameter pulley on the motor shaft and a 2-inch-diameter pulley on the collimation bolt, linked via a 7-inch-long 1/8-inch-wide cogged belt.
Its easy-to-empty lidded dirt container and special cogged belt guarantee that you'll never have to buy a vacuum bag or replacement belt again.
The FOCs diesels, which have been in production for eight years, were one of the first small engines to feature unit injection, in this case driven by an overhead camshaft off a cogged belt.
All units are provided with a lubrication system, interaction through a cogged belt, micrometric screw with dynamometric key and also a complete set of gauges.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Cogged belt, eprom program, communication cable
5-hp WYE/Delta VECTOR drive motor, air/oil lubrication system, cogged belt for higher torque, 1200-ipm rapids, washdown and Auger, Auger only, Siemens' Sinumerik 810D digital control with fast processing speeds, 30-hp spindle motor, 32 MP control (PC), pallet changer, and in-process measurement.
The blades are driven by a V-belt with timed cogged belt on the 36 in.
A cogged belt ensures positive power delivery without slippage either during high or low range metal removal.