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The role of automotive rubber products in Automobiles Today

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One of the categories of automotive rubber products is belt products.

Belt products are mainly used in automobiles to transfer torque power and speed, power from the power source engine to the need for power systems and places. It is installed in cooling fan, cooling water pump, brake compressor, booster pump, air conditioning system and steering system. The car belt is mainly V belt. Usually there are three kinds, that is, wrapped V belt, cutting V and multi wedge belt to cut W belt. Cutting V-belt has no coating on both sides, good flexibility, friction coefficient, with a large force, high linear speed, heat dissipation and fatigue resistance and energy-saving characteristics, commonly used rubber MIBR and R. Synchronous toothed joint is used for valve ignition of automotive engines. Its operating conditions are high speed, high power and high temperature.

Thanks to Abby from Feilong Jiangli providing the basic data.

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