Back to Homepage   Back to Homepage Frequently asked questions Remember this website by adding it to your bookmarks Your cart is empty at the moment Login Contact Us
Conversion Tables | Conversion Factors

Search

 

In this category

Search by Sizes


x

x

 

Categories

Site Statistics

 380 guests online  
 3 customers buying

Need a Credit Account?

[click here]

Credit Accounts Application

Simply fill out our application form and fax it back to us on 01942 665 969.

Subject to satisfactory credit checks / trading history we will set up your account as quickly as possible.

Click here to download our credit account application pack.

   
Articles
Glossary of Terms
About Bearings (31)
Bearing Lettering -> (1)
Loose Ball Bearings (1)

Quality A Section V Belts - 13x8mm
Please select your sizes and options ...
Star Here - Select this option first
Item Description
Belt Number
Inside Length Approx
Outside Length Approx
Belt Width Approx
Belt Depth Approx
How to get the best results selecting A Section V Belts - 13x8mm from this categoryHow to get the best results selecting A Section V Belts - 13x8mm from this category
Its easy to use this page! Watch the video

V or Vee Belt drives consist of a connection between two or more shafts by one or multiple rubber drive belts, these belts are pulled tight or "tensioned" such as to create friction between the sides of the pulleys and the belts, each of the shafts will have a pulley attached and the belt is tensioned between them. As the drive pulley turns the power is transferred to the driven pulley by the belt.

The efficiency longevity and success of the drive is dependent on several factors including the correct design and maintenance of the drive, some of these are:

  • The loose side of the drive and tight side tensions being correct.
  • Cooling of the drive - guards need to have ventilation.
  • The coefficient of friction between the belt material and the pulleys.
  • Total angle of contact around the pulleys. - Can be altered by use of a jockey or idler pulley.
  • Centrifugal force - as the belt speed increases it is lifted off the pulleys thus loosing traction.
  • The correct angle of the V-Pulley being maintained, generally 17 to 19 degrees allowing the belt to be wedged in place.
  • Prevention of foreign matter entering the drive. This could be dust, oil grease etc.
  • Correct alignment and concentricity of the pulleys.

Advantage of V Belt drives:

  • Installation tolerances are not so exact.
  • Absorb vibration and shocks.
  • Lubrication free.
  • If overloaded or jammed the belts will slip.
  • Higher torsional shaft loads can be handled by multiple belts.
  • Can transmit very high loads and speeds.
  • Can be use to step speed up or down by pulley diameter ratio changes.

Disadvantages of V-Belt drives:

  • Higher bearing loads on tensioned end of a drive shaft.
  • Bearing life may be reduced.
  • Rubber has a limited life and can be reduced further if contaminated.
  • Smaller diameter pulleys cause stresses to the rubber and fibre make up of belts .
  • Dust, Oil and other foreign matter will wear pulleys and reduce belt life, cause slipping and reduce the amount of energy transferred.
  • Failure can be sudden, snapped belts will stop the driven side of a drive even though the drive may still be turning.
  • Poor ventilation will cause overheating and denaturing of the rubber, subsequent slippage and polishing of the belt may occur.
  • Bulky ventilated guarding will have to be installed.
World Wide Shipping Click Here
How to get the best results selecting A Section V Belts - 13x8mm from this categoryWorld Wide Shipping Click Here
Its easy to use this page! Watch the video
Shopping Cart


0 Item   0.00

Information on our Shipping and Carriage.Go to the shopping cart from here.Proceed to check out with these items.
UK Shipping
Delivery options - Free delivery on all UK orders available - no gimmicks or tricks
Any Order - Any Size

[click here]

Next Day Services Available
Free UK Shipping Option

£0.00

Royal Mail

Orders placed before 4pm will be dispatched the same day - weekend orders are dispatched on Monday (Bank holidays would be Tuesday) UK Customers: This service is available for the entire United Kingdom and is a generally a 2 - 7 day service (dependent on Royal Mail)

In the majority of instances goods will arrive next day with your normal post.

If you need something more urgently please select one of the guaranteed services we have to offer.

International Customers: Royal Mail International Signed for services are available and is generally a 3 -10 days service depending on the destination country
   
E-Payments by HSBC
HSBC E-Payments Safe Secure Web Payments
We accept all Major Credit Cards and Payment Methods

[click here]

We accept all major credit and debit cards
Cards we accept
The Process is as below
Simply Bearings Web Server Arrows

Card Processors Web Server Arrows Authorising Banks Web Services
Simply Bearings Web site contacts HSBC and passes the order details securely via 128 Bit SSL
-----------------------
The Simply Bearings web site completes your order in a 128 bit SSL environment

HSBC processes the card details via a secure 128 Bit SSL environment and passes this to the acquiring bank
----------------------------
HSBC securely confirms the payment to the Simply Bearings web site using 128 bit SSL
The authorising bank approves the card.
----------------------------
The bank sends confirmation to the HSBC securely using 128 bit SSL


PCI Compliance
The Payment Cards Industry requires that all vendors who accept card payments must be audited and apporoved to a security standard set out by the PCI DSS Council.
 
Card Processors Web Server
 
Simply Bearings Ltd are an approved PCI DSS Vendor verified by HSBC
 


Paypal - Safe Secure web payments

[click here]
Paypal Safe Secure Payments Paypal - Fast Safe and Secure Web Site Payments


Paypal Safe Secure PaymentsYou don't need an account with Paypal to use their services, you can pay using your regular Credit or Debit card too.

PayPal now has a very simple user friendly interface.

Signing up for a PayPal account is now optional.

You can complete your payment first, and then decide whether to save your information for transactions.

Paypal are one of the largest internet payment processors and are owned by Ebay.



Verified by Visa

[click here]
PCI Compliance
The Payment Cards Industry requires that all vendors who accept card payments must be audited and apporoved to a security standard set out by the PCI DSS Council.

Simply Bearings Ltd
are an approved PCI DSS Vendor verified by HSBC
Simply Bearings Ltd are a Payment Card Industry approved vendor. We are verified and audited by HSBC

Simply Bearings Ltd are a verified, audited and approved to take card payments by HSBC
 
Testimonials



We are in germany and have problem, we are now make contakt with these company and have now shipped ...
Read More...


Submitted By herman schmitt
Information is published in good faith however we cannot accept liability should there be any errors.

Simply Bearings Ltd ~ Halton House, Greenfold Way, Leigh Business Park, Leigh, Lancashire, WN7 3XJ
Registered in England and Wales. Company Number: 05473344 Vat: 864778270

Cards we accept and Payment Security