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Transporting chilled goods is a hot business. Tight, just-in-time logistic schedules, an uninterrupted cold chain for perishable goods in transit and strict environmental regulations leave little room for failure or technical problems. In view of this, cooling units in modern trucks usually include multiple drive belts, such as optibelt TRUCK POWER KBX kraftbands, optibelt TRUCK POWER MARATHON 2 M=S V-belts, or optibelt TRUCK POWER RBK ribbed belts. They provide great reliability and are low maintenance.

Incidentally, for the cooling unit, it is irrelevant whether a truck is moving or stationary. The cooling process has to run full speed throughout, even during mandatory stops at service stations. That’s why drive belt performance is recorded in “operating hours” in this case instead of the usual “kilometre performance”. Unlike normal drive trains, belts in cooling units must provide non-stop performance.

optibelt TRUCK POWER MARATHON 2 M=S

  • For installation without measuring
  • Reinforced construction
  • High operational reliability
  • Low-maintenance operation and predictable maintenance intervals
  • High abrasion resistance

optibelt  TRUCK POWER KBX

  • Low-maintenance operation
  • Very smooth running
  • No twisting in the belts
  • Low level of vibration
  • High abrasion resistance

optibelt  TRUCK POWER RBK

  • High transmission ratios
  • High power transmission
  • Minimum slip
  • High temperature resistance
  • Low noise and vibration levels
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