V-Belts either transmit power between rotors or speed-up/slow-down a transmission. They are used industrially and in homes but are mainly found within the motor industry. This is because of car and motorcycle requirements to transmit power from the engine to the wheels.

In motorcycles, a V-Belt is used as the primary drive-belt and can last up to 100,000 miles if maintained correctly. While sometimes, a motorcycle will use alternative belts such as chains or toothed belts made by a timing belt manufacturer, newer bikes will feature the V-Belt. This is because of ease and other benefits mentioned above. How to use the combine harvester and rubber belt correctly

On the other hand, there’s cars. In cars, V-Belts are used as a transmission tool between many different components. And, when not using a serpentine belt, there will be multiple V-Belts overlapping in the same rotary course. The belts connect engine-force to ancillary components such as the hydraulic pump for power steering.