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Universal Tensioner Torque Chart

Universal Tensioner Torque Chart

Example of determination:

  • a.e. LTS 6-80 with torque M 215 NM at 32o
    – at a torque angle of 15o = 35% = ~ 75NM
    – at a torque angle of 22o = 56% = ~ 120NM
    – at a torque angle of 28o = 81% = ~ 174NM
  • a.e. LTS 6-80 with torque M 215 NM at 32o
    – at a torque angle of 15o = 35% = ~75NM
    – at a torque angle of 22o = 56% = ~120NM
    – at a torque angle of 28o = 81% = ~174NM

The data determined with the help of the above chart can show a tolerance of ±10%, normally it will be much less. (The tolerances result from deviations of material and shore hardness tolerances, as well as temperature changes).

All elastic material will show a static deformation, known as cold flow, after a period of time. For Rubber the natural setting – cold flow – will result in a loss of approx. 3 up to 4o from its 0o position. This fact has to be considered for certain applications.

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