STD S14M Standard Pilot Bore Timing Pulleys
STD S14M standard timing pulleys are the basic type of pulleys for STD (Super Torque Drive) belts.
They are made of steel or gray cast iron with a pilot bore or unbored.
The pulleys are supplied as a semi-finished product and the bore must be modified before mounting the pulleys on the shafts.
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Pulleys Fields of Use
The STD S14M standard timing pulleys are designed for all types of STD belts with pitch 14.0 mm.
They are typically used in high-speed machine tools, compressors, packaging, printing and textile machines and in many other machines.
They are also typically used in machines from Asia, especially Japan.
Steel or cast iron.
Other materials to order.
|Surface roughness||ISO 254|
|Balance quality grade||VDI 2060, ISO 1940|
Cast iron pulleys must be balanced even at v < 30 m/s.
Pulley Code Description
30 - S14M - 20 TB (2012)
30 - teeth, S14M - profile, tooth pitch, 20 - belt width, TB (2012) - Taper bush
Documents for Download
- Pilot Bore Timing Pulleys STD S14M Data Sheet (pdf, 145.99 kB)
- Catalogue of TYMA Pulleys and Clamping Bushes (pdf, 9.00 MB)
The group SIT S.p.A develops, engineers, manufactures and distributes high quality solutions and components for power transmission for industrial applications of excellence worldwide, with the aim of increasing the productivity of its customers’ machines and systems. With operations on 3 continents, SIT manufactures pulleys, rubber and polyurethane belts, drive couplings, locking assemblies and a wide range of accessories.
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