Chain drives 2 – Job Sheets

Introduction to belt, chain and gear drives 2

Building on the knowledge acquired in Level 1, Level 2 provides students with more learning possibilities in installation procedures of hardware commonly used in a variety of belt drives, chain drives, and gear drives. There are several types of belts, ­pulleys, chain, sprockets, and gears suited for specific applications; ­industrial maintenance students need to be able to identify and install them according to specifications. A selection of the most common components is included in Level 2.

Level 2 also includes new hardware and tools to teach these skills. ­Pulleys, sprockets, and gears are conveniently stored on panels.


Belt Drives 2:

  • Wedge and Notched Wedge V-belts
  • Idler Pulleys
  • Variable-Speed Belt Drives
  • Multiple-Speed Belt Drives
  • Multiple-Belt Drives
  • Synchronous Belt Drives
  • High Torque Synchronous Belt Drives

Chain Drives 2:

  • Multiple-Strand Chain Drives
  • Idler Sprockets

Gear Drives 2:

  • Helical Gears
  • Worms and Worm Gears
  • Miter Gears
  • Gearboxes