ISO 155:2019

ISO 155:2019 pdf free.Belt drives一Pulleys一Limiting values for adjustment of centres.
1 Scope
This document specifies the limiting values for the adjustment of centres of two transmission pulleys.
It is applicable to:
— crowned pulleys for flat belts;
— grooved pulleys for V-belts, either single, multiple or joined;
— grooved pulleys for V-ribbed belts;
— toothed pulleys for synchronous belts.
2 Normative references
There are no normative references in this document.
3 Terms and definitions
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5 Specifications
Limiting values for adjustment of centre distance are specified in terms of factors i and s which are
respectively subtracted from and added to the nominal centre distance, E (see Figure 1).
SI is a factor related to the pulley dimensions and tolerances;
s2 is a factor related to belt length tolerances;
S3 is a factor related to flat pulley crowning;
S4 is a factor related to elastic properties of the belt.
Factors with subscripts 1 to 3 determine the centre distance adjustment necessary to install a belt onto the pulleys and to readjust working tension.
Factor S4 determines the centre distance adjustment necessary to maintain correct operation of a belt under the influence of belt extension and dimensional wear.
These limiting values should be considered by the belt manufacturers as maxima, and by the designers and makers of the machinery as minima.
6 Factors
The values of the different factors are given in the following tables:
— for factor i and factor s, see Table 1:
— for diameter tolerance for flat pulley, see Table 2
— for datum widths for V-belts, see Table 3:
— for effective widths for joined V-belts, see Table 4:
— for Groove pitch for V-ribbed belts, see Table 5
— for values of i for synchronous belts, see Table 6:
— for values of S4 related to belt material, see Table 7.
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