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Optimization for your engine-compartment

The function of Kendrion’s idler pulleys is to carry the belt in the belt drive and enable a flexible drive layout with sufficient wrap angles for the individual driven units.

Kendrion's idler pulley plays an important role in engine-compartment optimization. The set themselves apart with their high flexibility: depending on the design and arrangement of the drive train, Kendrion –  together with the customer – will develop an optimized belt-management system that lives up to individual customer requirements. 

Our double-row idler pulleys (Idler) fulfil this demand with a robust, lifetime lubricated and sealed construction. Our idler pulleys are used in buses and off-highway applications because they meet the strict requirements. 

Advantages at a glance

  • Low-noise and low-friction belt drive
  • Lubricated and sealed for life
  • High design flexibility
  • Suitable for high temperatures
  • Replaceable ball bearings
  • Double-row bearing

Technical data

Permissible ambient temperature: - 30 °C to +110°C (optionally down to -50°C)
Permissible radial forces: 2,500 N
Max. permissible radial forces (short-term) during starting/stopping: 2,900 N
Max. permissible speed (short-term): 6,000 - 7,000 rpm

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Automotive - Brochure Decoupling Systems
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Tensioner Pulleys with integrated decoupling system by KENDRION reducing noise in the mechanical drive.
Tensioner Pulleys with integrated decoupling system by KENDRION reducing noise in the mechanical drive.
Kendrion Belt-Drive Systems

Tensioner Pulleys

with integrated decoupler

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