Toothed belt brushes, like the other ones, are mainly used for cross-cutting cleaning. They provide continuity and repeatability of work. They are often used where precision and timing is required.
Toothed belts can be devided according to the sizes we use. Thus, we can distinguish inch belts (e.g. MXL, XL, L, H, XH), metric polyurethane belts (e.g. AT5, AT10), metric rubber belts (e.g. 3M, 5M, 8M).
When designing these brushes, we most commonly use the metric polyurethane division.
Diagram of the toothed belts by their types: AT5, AT10 and AT20. The most popular.
Toothed belts of AT type are most commonly used for timing, i.e. precision work. These types of belts are made of polyurethane.
Example of the polyurethane belt. It is the basis when making a brush on a toothed belt.
Picture of a natural-fill toothed belt for use in the woodworking industry.