Kaibintech rubber sleeve bladder with clamps rings

The rubber bladder of the air spring depends on a crimp ring

The entire service life of the rubber sleeve bladder of the air spring suspension depends on a crimp ring One of the most important parts of the air spring suspension strut is the crimp rings. Kaibintech’s crimp rings are made of seamless pipe and are galvanically processed to prevent rust to the clamps ring. Although the crimp rings are abundantly watered in rainy season, the roads are sometimes capable of corroding even galvanized parts. It is the matter of time. The [...]


Why do we need air suspension?

significant advantages of air suspension Everyone will answer this question in different ways, for someone it’s a style or a show off, for someone it’s comfort, and someone wants to add capacity to his car. Everyone understands the first and third, but very few people know about comfort, but it’s more expensive than the cost of the controller and body position sensors. Air suspension has some significant advantages over traditional coil or leaf spring suspension on car, trucks and trailers. It is a system of rubber and [...]

Air suspension of the car is a kind of suspension with which it is possible to adjust the clearance (height of the body relative to the roadway).


Air suspension of the car is a kind of suspension with which it is possible to adjust the clearance (height of the body relative to the roadway). Currently, air suspension is quite widely used on trucks and semi-trailers. Passenger cars are also equipped with air suspension, but this applies to a greater degree of business class cars. In the air suspension, pneumatic stubs on each wheel are used as elastic elements. It is worth noting that air suspension is [...]

cogged v-belt, REC

Kaibintech new design cogged v-belt

Cogged v-belts are like standard v-belts. The main difference is the cogs that are cut into the belt. To many applications these “cogs” are vital to ensuring the long life of your belt. A cogged belt wraps around a small pulley much easier than a standard belt. Cogged belts are also very good at dissipating heat. Kaibintech new design gives extra flexibility to reduce heat build-up and provide long belt life, especially on small pulleys. Strong tensile cord is engineered [...]

What Is the Difference Between a Timing Belt and a Timing Chain?

Timing chains serve the same purpose as a belt, but usually lasts quite a bit longer. Some manufacturers suggest replacing it at certain intervals, but others state that it will last as long as the car itself. The timing chain looks similar to a bicycle chain, and as you might expect, it’s noisier than a belt. The other problem with timing chains is that if they do break, they’ll usually cause a lot more damage than a broken belt. [...]

Glass Cord is supplied in a wide range of treatments for compatibility with CR, EPDM, NBR Timing Belt.

How often should I replace my timing belt?

Always refer to your maintenance book when determining when to replace your timing belt. The general range is every 60,000 -100,000 miles. However, it’s better to replace your timing belt before it snaps because then it will damage your engine and require you to spend even more money.

If you are in the business of automotive timing belt for many years. You will see Kaibintech timing belt is really excellent if only you enlarge this picture.

What does the timing belt do?

The timing belt has the main responsibility to synchronize the camshaft and crankshaft to allow the fuel to ignite in the combustion chamber. In order for this process to take place, valves and pistons need to be in the correct position. Without a timing belt, the car will not be able to start.

How to use the factfinder to measure v-belt?

1, Hold the Factfinder gauge so that blue split pulley with grove for v-belt is facing you. 2, Place the belt to be measured into the fixed pulley groove at the top of the gauge, then into the moveable pulley. 3, Pull down on the movable pulley until the belt is taut. Pull the belt as right as possible for a good reading. 4, Look at the outer edge of the belt as it appears in the measurement sots of the moveable [...]

When should you replace your timing belt?

Vehicle manufacturers recommend “timing belt” replacement typically every six years or 60,000 to 100,000 miles. Failing to replace your “timing belt” can result in complete breakdown or serious engine failure. Generally, “timing belt problems” give no warning. There is no squeak, rattle or noise that will let you know it’s time. Timing on your engine must be exact or the valves and pistons may collide, resulting in very expensive engine repairs. Don’t let this happen to you! Talk with [...]

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