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    Super HC® XP™ Notched Premium PowerBand® Belts

    When your power transmission application needs a high horsepower solution but is constrained by drive weight or physical space, the answer is Super HC™ Molded Notch belts. Our proprietary ethylene construction process provides a superior combination of flex and load-carrying capacity, transmitting up to three times the horsepower versus comparably sized belts. Super HC MN V-belts put more power where high speeds, high speed ratios or small pulley diameters are required, offering significant benefits over classical section V-belts.

    • Flex-bonded tensile cords are vulcanized as one solid unit making the belt highly resistant to tensile and flexing forces, fatigue and shock loads.
    • Precision-ground straight sidewalls give a uniform wedging action and ensure the belt fits correctly in the pulley grooves, which improves belt life and reduces expensive maintenance time.
    • Patented Ethylene compound and optimized notches molded into the belt during manufacturing increase flexibility and transmission efficiency, which allows for a more compact and highly economical drive design by reducing size of pulleys, bearings, guards and mounts.
    • Recommended for use on all industrial heavy-duty, narrow section V-belt drives. All sizes meet Gates V80® system matching tolerances.
    • Meets ARPM/RMA IP-3-2 oil and heat resistant standards and IP-3-3 static conductivity requirements. REACH and RoHS 2 compliant.

    Stronger than Steel.

    The Aramid tensile cords provide extreme strength and durability with limited stretch, with an impact resistance that is pound-for-pound stronger than steel.

    Industry Best, Even in the Extremes.

    Industry standard ambient temperature ranges for V-belts is -31°F to +140°F. This belt solution is almost double. Your Gates® Super HC™ XP™ Notched Premium PowerBand™ Belt are designed to endure temperature extremes, maintaining operational efficiency and performance at temperature ranges between -70°F and +250°F.



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