6 responses

    April 15, 2018

    Hello sir ,
    I want to run 3 flat horizontal cutters , which is evenly placed , I have used chain drive for this operation , due to gravitational force , the chain is getting slip !
    I know that u won’t understand from this
    Iam struggling with this problem , and this my academic project , plz help me out


  2. tarun
    May 23, 2018

    can i know about efficiencies of chain drive and belt drive?


    • Jeffrey Cordle
      August 17, 2018

      You lose about 30 percent of power transfer with a belt. Compared to 3 percent with a chain. Its enough to be noticed on motorcycles. Which is why I change all of my Harleys to a chain drive.


  3. Frik De Jongh
    September 29, 2018

    Hi, I would like to know, can a chain run at high speed in a lenth of 4 meters in total with only 2x pullys one left an one right, the speed makes my v-belt flapper on the middle where I can not put in a tentioner because of no space.

    So the question is what can take more speed, a belt or a chain?


    • Bobby from Harley
      April 4, 2019

      Chain drive can handle more high speeds but are more pricey and harder to get on 🙂


  4. Bashir Muhammad
    May 19, 2019

    Which among belt and chain drive is more efficient, and which one is more suitable for conveying??


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