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Mechanical Drives Training System, SI Units – Level 1 (add-on)



Properly aligned pulleys, sprockets, and gears as well as adjustment of belt tension, chain slack and gear backlash are essential in mechanical drives. The Level 1 package includes hardware and tools to master these skills.

Future industrial mechanics must be trained to master the fundamental skills related to the identification, installation, and maintenance of belt, chain, and gear drives to minimize vibration, maximize power transmission, and help ensure that components reach their expected service-life.

The manuals of the Level 1 package guide the students step-by-step during their learning process with several photos and illustrations. The pulleys, sprockets and gears are stored on a panel for quick identification and inventory control.

Topic Coverage

  • Identify and install belt, chain and gear drives
  • Align pulleys, sprockets and gears
  • Adjust belt tension and chain slack
  • Adjust gears backlash
  • Calculate speed and torque ratios

List of equipment

Qty Description Model Number
1 Belt drives 1 46866
1 Chain drives 1 46867
1 Gear drives 1 46868
1 Belt Drives 1 (Workbook (Instructor)) 54332-3
1 Chain Drives 1 (Workbook (Instructor)) 54333-3
1 Gear Drives 1 (Workbook (Instructor)) 54334-3

Additional equipment required to perform the exercises (Purchased separately)

Qty Description Model Number
1 Belt Drives 1 (Job Sheets - Student) 54332-2
1 Chain Drives 1 (Job Sheets - Student) 54333-2
1 Gear Drives 1 (Job Sheets - Student) 54334-2


Belt drives components
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Chain drives components
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Gear drives components
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Measurement of chain elongation
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Measurement of gear backlash
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Adjustment of belt tension
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