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Guidelines for the selection of the timing belt

optibelt OMEGA HL

Diagram 1 see also


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Speed of the small timing pulley nk [min-1]

Speed of the small timing pulley nk [min-1]


M
M

14
L8

HL
AH

GA
EG

ME
OM

lt O
elt

e
tib
tib

Op
Op

0.2 0.4 0.8


0.1

Design power PB = P x c2 [kW]


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Guidelines for the selection of the timing belt
optibelt OMEGA HP

Diagram 2 see also


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M
P3
AH
EG
OM
elt
tib
Op

M
Speed of the small timing pulley nk [min-1]

Speed of the small timing pulley nk [min-1]


P5
AH
EG

M
P8
OM

AH
elt

M 4
EG
tib

P1
OM
Op

AH
elt

EG
tib

OM
Op

elt
tib
Op

0.2 0.4 0.8


0.1
Design power PB = P x c2 [kW]
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Guidelines for the selection of the timing belt
optibelt OMEGA

Diagram 3 see also


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14000 14000
10000 10000

8000 8000

6000 6000

4000 4000

2000 2000

1000 1000
Speed of the small timing pulley [min-1]

Speed of the small timing pulley [min-1]


800 800

600 600

400 400

200 200

100 100

80 80

60 60

40 40

20 20

10 10
0.1 0.2 0.4 0.6 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 20 40 60 100 200 400 700 1000

Design power PB = P x c2 [kW]


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Service factors

Total service faktor c2 Basic service factor c0


The total service factor c2 consists of the basic service factor The basic service factor c0 takes account of the daily operating time
c0 and two additional factors c3 and c6. and the type of prime mover and driven machine. Since it is not
possible to combine every type of prime mover, driven machine
and operating conditions into a single table, the basic service
c 2 = c0 + c3 + c6 factors should be considered as guide values. The assessment
c2 ≥ MA/MN Recommendation for drives with frequent starts and stops of the driven machine depends on the type of loading on that
machine.
Table 1
Basic service factor c0

Type of basic load and


examples of driven machines
Steady operation Intermittent operation
Electric motor Hydraulic motor
High speed turbine Low speed turbine
Piston engine with a large number of Piston engine with a small number of
cylinders cylinders

Basic service factor c0 during daily operating period

Type of loading and


examples of prime movers until 16 h more than 16 h until 16 h more than 16 h

Light drives, shock free and


steady running
Measuring devices
Film cameras 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.5
Office machines
Belt conveyors (light-weight materials)

Medium duty drives, intermittent operation


with low to medium shock loading
Mixers
Kitchen appliances
1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9
Printing machines
Textile machines
Packaging machines
Belt conveyors (medium to heavy materials)
Heavy duty drives, intermittent
operation with medium
to high shock loading
Machine tools
1.8 1.9 2.0 2.1
Woodworking machines
Eccentric drives
Conveyor systems (heavy materials)

Very heavy duty drives, continuous


operation with severe
shock loading
Mills 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3
Calenders
Extruders
Piston pumps and piston compressors
Lifting devices
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Supplementary factors

Speed correction factor c3 Table 5


For speed increasing drives, a factor corresponding to the speed Minimum adjustment of centre distance ‘y’ for installa-
ratio is added to the basic service factor c0. tion of timing belt on timing pulleys with flanges

Pitch Flange on one Flange on both


[mm] timing pulley [mm] timing pulleys [mm]
Table 2

Speed ratio Speed ratio correction factor 2 6 12


i c3 3 8 14
5 14 19
1.00–0.80 0.0 8 22 33
14 36 58
0.79–0.57 0.1
0.56–0.40 0.2
0.39–0.28 0.3 Table 6
0.27 and less 0.4 Belt length factor c7

Section 2M Section 8M / 8M HP/HL


Table 3
Fatigue correction factor c6 Pitch length [mm] c7 Pitch length [mm] c7

Fatigue correction factor ≤ 190 0.8 ≤ 600 0.8


Operating conditions > 190 ≤ 260 0.9 > 600 ≤ 880 0.9
c6
> 260 ≤ 400 1.0 > 880 ≤ 1200 1.0
Use of tension or 0.2 > 400 ≤ 600 1.1 > 1200 ≤ 1760 1.1
guide idlers
> 600 1.2 > 1760 1.2
Operating time 0.2 Section 3M / 3M HP
16 to 24 hours
Pitch length [mm] c7
Only rare/occasional – 0.2
operation ≤ 190 0.8
> 190 ≤ 260 0.9
With frequent starts and stops or continual reversing > 260 ≤ 400 1.0 Section 14M / 14M HP/HL
operation, the total service factor c2 chosen should be > 400 ≤ 600 1.1 Pitch length [mm] c7
higher than the ratio between starting torque and > 600 1.2
nominal torque. If there is a brake on the prime mover ≤ 1190 0.80
the same procedure should apply for the braking Section 5M / 5M HP > 1190 ≤ 1610 0.90
torque, if the brake is used frequently. For further
questions, please contact the Optibelt Application Engi- Pitch length [mm] c7 > 1610 ≤ 1890 0.95
neering Department. > 1890 ≤ 2450 1.00
≤ 440 0.8 > 2450 ≤ 3150 1.05
> 440 ≤ 555 0.9 > 3150 1.10
Minimum adjustment of centre distance ‘x’ for > 555 ≤ 800 1.0
tensioning of timing belts
> 800 ≤ 1100 1.1
> 1100 1.2
x = 0.004 · anom

Table 4
Minimum adjustment of centre distance ‘y’ for installa- Table 7
tion of timing belt on timing pulleys without flanges Teeth in mesh factor c1

Centre distances Adjustment for fitting Number of teeth Teeth in mesh factor
[mm] of the timing belt [mm] in mesh c1

≥6 1.0
until 1000 1.8
from 1000 to 1780 2.8 5 0.8
from 1780 to 2540 3.3 4 0.6
from 2540 to 3300 4.1 3 0.4
from 3300 to 4600 5.3 2 0.2

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Formulae and calculation example

Prime mover Operating conditions Driven machine


Electric motor 50 Hz Daily operating time: 12 hours Textile machine
Star /delta start Number of starts /stops: 2 per day P = 15 kW
P = 18.5 kW Environmental influences: ambient room n2 = 1830 min-1 ± 1%
n1 = 2850 min-1 temperature, Type of load: constant
no influence from oil, water or dust
Centre distance: 400 mm to 450 mm
Max. pulley diameter: 200 mm
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Formulae Calculation example

Total service factor


c2 = c0 + c3 + c6 c2 = 1.6 + 0 + 0 = 1.6
c0 from Table 1 page 26 c0 = 1.6
c3 from Table 2 page 27 c3 = 0
c6 from Table 3 page 27 c6 = 0

Design power
P B = P · c2 PB = 18.5 · 1.6 = 29.6 kW

Timing belt section selection Optibelt OMEGA HP


from diagrams 1-3, pages 23 -25 Type 8M

Speed ratio
n z d 2850
i = 1 = 2 = w2 i= = 1,557
n2 z1 dw1 1830

Number of teeth on the timing pulleys z1 = 36 dw1 = 91.67 mm


z1, dw1 selected from standard range of timing pulleys z2 = 36 · 1.56 = 56.16
page 51
z2 = 56 dw2 = 142.60 mm
z2 = z1 · i z2 selected from standard range pulleys page 51
Observe the minimum diameter requirement! Requirement z1 ≥ 22 (minimum number of teeth for section
8M) and max. pulley diameter met

Check the driven speed


z 56
i = 2 i = = 1.556
z1 36
n1 2850 Requirement:
n2 = n2 = = 1832 min-1 1830 min-1 ± 1% fulfilled
i 1.556

Recommended centre distance


Recommendation:
a > 0.5 (dw1 + dw2) + 15 mm a > 0.5 (91.67 + 142.60) + 15 mm = 132.14 mm
a < 2.0 (dw1 + dw2) a < 2.0 (91.67 + 142.60) = 468.54 mm
a = 425 mm provisionally selected

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Formulae and calculation example

Formulae Calculation example

Pitch length of the timing belt


π (d – dwk)2 π (142.60 – 91.67)2
Lwth ≈ 2a + (dwg + dwk) + wg Lwth ≈ 2 · 425 + (142.60 + 91.67) +
2 4a 2 4 · 425
LwSt see standard lengths, see pages 8-9, 12-15 and 17-21 Lwth ≈ 1219.33 mm
next standard belt length selected from page 12
LwSt = 1200 mm

Centre distance from LwSt


(dwg – dwk)2 (142.60 – 91.67)2
anom = K + K2 – anom = 208 + 2082 –
8 8
anom = 415.22 mm
(LwSt) π 1200 π
K= – (dwg + dwk) K= – (142.60 + 91.67) = 208 mm
4 8 4 8

Minimum adjustment of centre distance for tensioning


x = 0.004 · anom x ≥ 1.66 mm

Minimum adjustment for fitting belts


y = from Table 5, page 27 y = 22 mm (with flanged pulley)

Number of teeth in mesh on the small pulley

ze =
zk
6 (
3–
dwg – dwk
anom ) ze =
36
6 (
3–
142.60 – 91.67
415 )
= 17.26

ze = 17

Belt length factor


c7 from Table 6, page 27 c7 = 1.0

Teeth in mesh factor


c1 from Table 7, page 27 c1 = 1.0

Belt width above nominal power rating


Requirement: PÜ ≥ PB 31.09 kW > 29.60 kW Requirement met!
PÜ = transmissible nominal power of a standard belt width
P Ü = P N · c1 · c 7 PÜ = 31.09 · 1.0 · 1.0 = 31.09 kW
PN value and, if required, width correction factor (which is to be PN for width of 30 mm = 19.68 · 1.58 = 31.09 kW
multiplied by the PN value) see pages 32 to 42

Drive to be fitted with:


1 Optibelt OMEGA HP timing belt 1200 8M HP 30
1 Optibelt ZRS timing pulley 36 8M 30
1 Optibelt ZRS timing pulley 56 8M 30

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