A properly tensioned belt ensures smooth operation and extends the service life of fans and motors. Conversely, an improperly tensioned belt can cause a host of easily preventable problems, including noise, vibration, poor fan performance, bearing wear, and shortened fan-motor life. This article discusses several methods of measuring the tension of V-belts commonly used in HVAC applications. Belt tensioning often is done during initial startup and then periodically during ...

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