Monthly Archives - October 2017

A Successful Canton Fair

We are pleased to receives several orders from Canton Fair this time. One order is 100 pieces of air spring W01-358-9781, it is from a regular USA customer. Another order is 500 pieces of air spring 945N, It is from a regular Vietnam customer. And the other order is 40000 pieces of Kaibintech wrapped v-belt from a new customer from Russia. Moreover, we meet many new customers this time. I hope the order will get more and more in [...]

Fall sale – Attractive Price for Colored V-belt

Kaibintech color v-belts are designed for fractional horsepower or light weight belting applications such as sewing machines, washing machines, lawn mowers, etc. Color: white, red, green, gray, brown. FNow we have special price for white v belts. Only 0.3USD/PC.  

Components Of Kaibintech Air Springs

Kaibintech Air Springs are usually made from Flexible Member (Rolling Lobe), top cover, bottom piston(steel piston, aluminum piston, plastic piston), Lower Retainer, Stud, Combination Stud/ Air Fitting, Girdle Ring(convoluted type) and Internal Rubber Bumper (Optional), etc.

Advantages of air suspension

What is air suspension? Air suspension replaces coil springs or leaf suspension with air bags made of rubber and polyurethane which are inflated by a compressor. The bags are inflated to a certain pressure to mimic springs. Advantages of air suspension Air suspension on trucks has huge advantages, and a few disadvantages. Most new trucks come with an air suspension option (if not as standard), and it’s available on trailers, too. If you’re considering air suspension on a truck or trailer, here are the [...]

“Timing belt” is a toothed belt

Simply put, the “timing belt” is a toothed belt that keeps the engine in sync, or as its name mentions, time. There are essentially 2 halves of an engine, an upper half and a lower half. As your belt, which is made out of a rubber material, ages, the teeth start to crack on the inside and can shear off making it so that your “timing belt broke”. This break in the belt will allow the lower end to [...]

How do I change my timing belt?

Generally timing belt problems present themselves with no warning. There is no squeak that lets you know it is time. If your car ran fine and then the motor stopped suddenly with a clunk and won’t restart, it is likely your timing belt. The timing on the engine must be set exactly, or the valves and the pistons may collide, resulting in very expensive engine repairs. If your timing belt is broken, then make sure valve damage was not [...]