CONTI SYNCHROFLEX K Timing Belts
SYNCHROFLEX K are standard polyurethane timing belts CONTI® SYNCHROFLEX profile T belts with serrated profile in a metric pitch. The endless polyurethane timing belts deliver high outputs thanks to their high-grade components.
The excellent bond between the hard-wearing polyurethane teeth and the constant-length galvanised steel tension members is the basic on which the high power output potential is built. The range of polyurethane compounds available also enables operation at low temperatures, in clean rooms and in the food industry.
- Polyurethane teeth
- Steel cord tension member
- Polyurethane backing
Belts Fields of Use
The polyurethane timing belts are used especially in miniature drives, in precision mechanics, printers, scanners, photographic equipment or high-precision positioning and sorting mechanisms.
- High transmission power and long life
- Temperature range from −30 °C do +80 °C
- Resistant to oils, grease and fuel
- High flexibility
- Suitable for reverse flexing
Belts Code Description
6 K1.5 - 228 CONTI SYNCHROFLEX
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Documents for Download
ContiTech Data Sheets
Czech and English (PDF 90.56 kB)
TYMA CZ Catalogue
Czech and English (PDF 4.54 MB)
English and German (PDF 8.98 MB)
English and German (PDF 2.72 MB)
TYMA CZ Product Overview
Czech and English (PDF 521.38 kB)
Belt Manufacturer Profile
Continental is the world’s largest specialist for rubber and plastics technology in the non-tire rubber sector. A division of Continental AG, the company develops and produces functional parts, components and systems for the automotive and other important industries.
ContiTech importance on immediate proximity to customers. ContiTech is active in 26 countries with 75 production sites and more than 40 R&D facilities and sales organizations. The customers around the world stand to profit: Greater safety. Higher efficiency. Closer proximity.
TYMA CZ, s.r.o., is the official distributor of Continental ContiTech Power Transmission Group.