GATES POWERGRIP GT3 Chain/Drive Belt 231T Black 1150mm 5MGT 9mm Wide Bike NEW
$ 34.97 $ 73.98
PowerGrip� GT3 is Gates� latest development in synchronous rubber belts. This new, technically advanced belt covers the widest range of industrial applications. The PowerGrip� GT3 synchronous belt transmits up to 30% more power than previous generation belts (PowerGrip� GT2). This entire belt range is suited both for new drive designs as for replacements on existing drives without any adaptation of the system. The 2MGT, 3MGT and 5MGT pitches are ideal for compact drives on hand tools, business machines, domestic appliances, high precision servomotor drives and multiaxis applications.
- manufacturer: GATES
- model: GT3
- material: fiberglass tensile cord/Neoprene body/nylon tooth facing
- belt length: 1150mm
- pitch: 5mm
- width: 9mm
- teeth: 231*
- color: black
- weight: 42g*
- condition: new - not in retail packaging
- Fiberglass tensile cord provides high strength, excellent flex life, and high resistance to elongation
- Neoprene body provides protection against grime, grease, oil, and moisture
- Nylon tooth facing provides a durable wear surface for long service life
- Gates patented tooth profile is designed for use with a specific sprocket groove profile. The sprocket groove-belt tooth combination increases capacity, while improving registration
- PowerGrip GT3 has more tooth ratchet resistance than HTD
- Eliminates lubrication and re-tensioning reduce maintenance and labor as compared to roller chain drives
- PowerGrip GT3 belt/sprocket combinations match or exceed the positional accuracy of PowerGrip Timing belt/pulley systems
PowerGrip GT3 part numbers are comprised of pitch, pitch length and width. For example; part number 400-5MGT-09 denotes a 5mm pitch, 400mm pitch length and 9mm width.
Belt pitch is the distance in millimeters between two adjacent tooth centers as measured on the pitch line of the belt. Belt pitch length is the total length (circumference) in millimeters as measured along the pitch line. The theoretical pitch line of a PowerGrip GT3 belt lies within the tensile member.