MRO Magazine

High-Horsepower Synchronous Belt Is Strong

Jason's Tiger high-horsepower synchronous belt extends the company's synchronous belt application range. Special aramid-reinforced compounds, along with improved tooth facing and tensile members, provide the muscle for the increased horsepower rat...


April 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

Jason’s Tiger high-horsepower synchronous belt extends the company’s synchronous belt application range. Special aramid-reinforced compounds, along with improved tooth facing and tensile members, provide the muscle for the increased horsepower ratings, which are up to three times that of its standard HTB belts. Tiger belts run in HTB or RPP pulleys. An HTB/HTD width provides long life in current pulleys, while an RPP Panther or QT Powerchain width is for high-horsepower applications.

Jason Industrial