China OEM Reliable Quality 045109244A 1100585 03L109244C VKM21142 532019710 Belt Tensioner Assembly Tensioner Pulley Bearing Tensioner Idler Pulley For AUDI pulley bearing

Product Description

AUDI – OE-57109244A
AUDI – OE-57109244E
AUDI – OE-45109244A
FORD – OE-11
GATES: T42139
HK: U046
I NA: 532019710, F234845
IPD: 15
RPK: RPK571091
RUVILLE: 55465
SK: SK05711
SNR: GE35726
AUDI A4 B5 Saloon (8D2) (Year of Construction 11.1994 – 09.2001)
AUDI A3 Hatchback (8L1) (Year of Construction 09.1996 – 06.2003)
AUDI A6 C5 Saloon (4B2) (Year of Construction 01.1997 – 01.2005)
AUDI A6 C5 Avant (4B5) (Year of Construction 11.1997 – 01.2005)
AUDI A4 B5 Avant (8D5) (Year of Construction 11.1994 – 09.2001)
AUDI A2 (8Z0) (Year of Construction 02.2000 – 08.2005)
AUDI A4 B6 Saloon (8E2) (Year of Construction 11.2000 – 12.2004)
AUDI A4 B6 Avant (8E5) (Year of Construction 04.2001 – 12.2004)
AUDI A8 D3 (4E2, 4E8) (Year of Construction 10.2002 – 07.2571)
AUDI A3 Hatchback (8P1) (Year of Construction 05.2003 – 08.2012)
AUDI A6 C6 Saloon (4F2) (Year of Construction 05.2004 – 03.2011)
AUDI A3 Sportback (8PA) (Year of Construction 09.2004 – 03.2013)
AUDI A6 C6 Avant (4F5) (Year of Construction 03.2005 – 08.2011)
AUDI TT Coupe (8J3) (Year of Construction 08.2006 – 06.2014)
AUDI TT Roadster (8J9) (Year of Construction 03.2007 – 06.2014)
AUDI A5 B8 Coupe (8T3) (Year of Construction 06.2007 – 01.2017)
AUDI A4 B8 Saloon (8K2) (Year of Construction 11.2007 – 12.2015)
AUDI A3 Convertible (8P7) (Year of Construction 04.2008 – 05.2013)
AUDI A4 B8 Avant (8K5) (Year of Construction 11.2007 – 12.2015)
AUDI Q5 (8RB) (Year of Construction 11.2008 – 12.2017)
AUDI A5 B8 Convertible (8F7) (Year of Construction 03.2009 – 01.2017)
AUDI A4 B8 Allroad (8KH) (Year of Construction 04.2009 – 05.2016)
AUDI A5 B8 Sportback (8TA) (Year of Construction 09.2009 – 01.2017)
FORD CZPT Mk1 (WGR) MPV (Year of Construction 03.1995 – 05.2006)
SEAT Toledo I Hatchback (1L) (Year of Construction 01.1991 – 10.1999)
SEAT Alhambra I (7V8, 7V9) (Year of Construction 04.1996 – 03.2571)
SEAT Arosa (6H) (Year of Construction 05.1997 – 06.2004)
SEAT Toledo II Saloon (1M2) (Year of Construction 10.1998 – 05.2006)
SEAT CZPT I Hatchback (1M1) (Year of Construction 11.1999 – 06.2006)
SEAT Altea (5P1) (Year of Construction 03.2004 – …)
SEAT Toledo III (5P2) (Year of Construction 04.2004 – 05.2009)
SEAT CZPT II Hatchback (1P1) (Year of Construction 05.2005 – 12.2012)
SEAT Altea XL (5P5, 5P8) (Year of Construction 10.2006 – …)
SEAT Exeo Saloon (3R2) (Year of Construction 12.2008 – …)
SEAT Exeo ST (3R5) (Year of Construction 05.2009 – …)
SK ODA Octavia I Combi (1U5) (Year of Construction 07.1998 – 12.2571)
SK ODA Fabia I Hatchback (6Y2) (Year of Construction 08.1999 – 03.2008)
SK ODA Fabia I Combi (6Y5) (Year of Construction 04.2000 – 12.2007)
SK ODA Fabia I Saloon (6Y3) (Year of Construction 10.1999 – 12.2007)
SK ODA Superb I Saloon (3U4) (Year of Construction 12.2001 – 03.2008)
SK ODA Octavia II Hatchback (1Z3) (Year of Construction 02.2004 – 06.2013)
SK ODA Octavia II Combi (1Z5) (Year of Construction 02.2004 – 06.2013)
SK ODA Superb II Hatchback (3T4) (Year of Construction 03.2008 – 05.2015)
SK ODA Yeti (5L) (Year of Construction 05.2009 – 12.2017)
SK ODA Superb II Estate (3T5) (Year of Construction 10.2009 – 05.2015)
Volkswagen Sharan I (7M8, 7M9, 7M6) (Year of Construction 05.1995 – 03.2571)
Volkswagen Passat B5 Saloon (3B2) (Year of Construction 08.1996 – 12.2001)
Volkswagen Golf IV Hatchback (1J1) (Year of Construction 08.1997 – 06.2005)
Volkswagen Golf IV Variant (1J5) (Year of Construction 05.1999 – 06.2006)
Volkswagen Lupo / Lupo 3L (6X1, 6E1) (Year of Construction 09.1998 – 07.2005)
Volkswagen New Beetle Hatchback (9C1, 1C1) (Year of Construction 01.1998 – 09.2571)
Volkswagen Bora Saloon (1J2) (Year of Construction 10.1998 – 09.2005)
Volkswagen Bora Variant (1J6) (Year of Construction 05.1999 – 05.2005)
Volkswagen Polo III Hatchback (6N2) (Year of Construction 10.1999 – 10.2001)
Volkswagen Passat B5 GP Saloon (3BG, 3B3) (Year of Construction 11.2000 – 05.2005)
Volkswagen Passat B5 GP Estate (3BG, 3B6) (Year of Construction 10.2000 – 08.2005)
Volkswagen Golf Plus / Crossgolf (5M1, 521) (Year of Construction 01.2005 – 12.2013)
Volkswagen Passat B6 Saloon (3C2) (Year of Construction 03.2005 – 11.2571)
Volkswagen Jetta Mk5 (1K) (Year of Construction 08.2005 – 10.2571)
Volkswagen Passat B6 Variant (3C5) (Year of Construction 08.2005 – 10.2011)
Volkswagen Eos (1F7, 1F8) (Year of Construction 03.2006 – 08.2015)
Volkswagen Golf V Variant (1K5) (Year of Construction 06.2007 – 07.2009)
Volkswagen Tiguan I (5N) (Year of Construction 09.2007 – 07.2018)
Volkswagen Passat CC (357) (Year of Construction 05.2008 – 01.2012)
Volkswagen Scirocco III (137, 138) (Year of Construction 05.2008 – 11.2017)
Volkswagen Golf VI Hatchback (5K1) (Year of Construction 10.2008 – 11.2013)
Volkswagen Golf VI Variant (AJ5) (Year of Construction 07.2009 – 07.2013)
Volkswagen Beetle Hatchback (5C1, 5C2) (Year of Construction 04.2011 – 07.2019)
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible (5C7, 5C8) (Year of Construction 12.2011 – 07.2019)


Materials with good quality are selected and tested layer by layer.

We have enthusiastic and timely online service and good after-sales service.

We have professional teams with technology, research and production.

We provide customers with better products and preferential prices.

After-sales Service: Professional and Responsible
Warranty: 1 Year or 50,000 Kms
Type: Tensioner Bearing
Material: Chrome Steel
Tolerance: N/a
Certification: ISO9001, TS16949
US$ 1/Set
1 Set(Min.Order)

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Mechanical advantages of pulleys

A pulley is a mechanical device used to transmit motion. The device has a variety of uses, including lifting heavy objects. In this article, we will discuss the mechanical advantages, types, common uses and safety considerations of pulleys. We’ll also discuss how to identify pulleys and their components, and what to look out for when using pulleys. Read on to learn more about pulleys.

Mechanical advantages of pulleys

The mechanical advantage of pulleys is that they change the direction of force from one direction to another. In this way, the person lifting the heavy object can change its position with minimal effort. The pulleys are also easy to install and require no lubrication after installation. They are also relatively cheap. Combinations of pulleys and cables can be used to change the direction of the load.
The mechanical advantage of a pulley system increases with the number of ropes used in the system. The more cycles a system has, the more efficient it is. If the system had only one rope, the force required to pull the weight would be equal. By adding a second rope, the effort required to pull the weight is reduced. This increase in efficiency is known as the mechanical advantage of the pulley.
Pulleys have many uses. For example, ziplines are one application. This is a good example of pulleys in use today. Pulley systems can be complex and require a lot of space. Using ziplines as an example, advanced students can calculate the mechanical advantage of multiple pulleys by dividing the work done by each pulley by the remainder or fraction. Regents at the University of Colorado created a zipline with K-12 input.
Another use for pulleys is weight lifting. This technique is very effective when using multiple strands of rope. A single rope going from one pulley to the other with just two hands is not enough to lift heavy objects. Using a pulley system will greatly increase the force you receive. This power is multiplied over a larger area. So your lifting force will be much greater than the force exerted by a single rope.
The pulley is a great invention with many uses. For example, when lifting heavy objects, pulleys are a great way to get the job done, and it’s easier to do than one person. The pulley is fixed on a hinge and rotates on a shaft or shaft. Then pull the rope down to lift the object. A pulley assembly will make the task easier. In addition, it will also allow power to be transferred from one rotary shaft to another.

Types of pulleys

If you are an engineer, you must have come across different types of pulleys. Some pulleys come in multiple types, but a typical pulley has only one type. These types of pulleys are used in various industrial processes. Here are some common types of pulleys that engineers encounter on the job. In addition to the above, there are many more. If you haven’t seen them in practice, you can check out a list of the different types below.
Fixed pulleys: Fixed pulleys have a roller attached to a fixed point. The force required to pull the load through the fixed pulley is the same as the force required to lift the object. Movable pulleys allow you to change the direction of the force, for example, by moving it laterally. Likewise, movable pulleys can be used to move heavy objects up and down. Commonly used in multi-purpose elevators, cranes and weight lifters.
Composite pulleys combine fixed and movable pulleys. This combination adds to the mechanical advantage of both systems. It can also change the direction of the force, making it easier to handle large loads. This article discusses the different types of pulleys used for lifting and moving. Braided pulleys are an example of these pulleys. They combine the advantages of both types.
A simple pulley consists of one or more wheels, which allow it to reverse the direction of the force used to lift the load. On the other hand, dual-wheel pulleys can help lift twice the weight. By combining multiple materials into one pulley, a higher ME will be required. Regardless of the type of pulley, understanding the principles behind it is critical.
Pulleys are an important part of construction and mechanical engineering, and their use dates back to Archimedes. They are a common feature of oil derricks and escalators. The main use of pulleys is to move heavy objects such as boats. In addition to this, they are used in other applications such as extending ladders and lifting heavy objects. The pulley also controls the aircraft rudder, which is important in many different applications.

Commonly used

Common uses for pulleys are varied. Pulley systems are found throughout most areas of the house, from adjustable clotheslines to motor pulleys in different machines. Commercially, one of the most common uses is for cranes. Cranes are equipped with pulleys to lift heavy objects. It is also common to use pulley systems in tall buildings, which allow tall buildings to move with relative ease.
Pulleys are commonly used in interception and zipline systems, where a continuous rope around the pulley transmits force. Depending on the application, the rope is either light or strong. Pulleys are formed by wrapping a rope around a set of wheels. The rope pulls the object in the direction of the applied force. Some elevators use this system. Pull a cable on one end and attach a counterweight on the other end.
Another common use for pulleys is to move heavy objects. Pulleys mounted on walls, ceilings or other objects can lift heavy objects like heavy toolboxes or 2×4 planks. The device can also be used to transfer power from one rotating shaft to another. When used to lift heavy objects, pulleys can be used to help you achieve your goals of a good workout.
Pulley systems have a variety of uses, from the most basic to the most advanced. Its popularity is indisputable and it is used in different industries. A good example is timing belts. These pulleys transmit power to other components in the same direction. They can also be static or dynamic depending on the needs of the machine. In most cases, the pulley system is custom made for the job.
Pulley systems can be simple or complex, but all three systems transfer energy efficiently. In most cases, the mechanical advantage of a single pulley is 1 and the mechanical advantage of a single active pulley is 2. On the other hand, a single live pulley only doubles the force. This means you can trade effort for distance. Pulleys are the perfect solution for many common applications.

Safety Notice

If you use pulleys, you need to take some safety precautions. First, make sure you’re wearing the correct protective gear. A hard hat is a must to avoid being hit by falling objects. You may also want to wear gloves for added protection. You should also maintain a good distance from the pulley so that nearby people can walk around it safely.
Another important safety measure to take before using a chain hoist is to barricade the area to be lifted. Use marker lines to prevent the load from sliding when moving horizontally. Finally, use only the sprocket set for vertical lift. Always install shackle pins before lifting. You should also wear personal protective equipment such as earplugs and safety glasses when using the chain hoist.
In addition to these safety measures, you should also use cables made from aerospace-grade nylon. They will last many cycles and are made of high quality materials. Also, make sure the cables are lubricated. These measures reduce friction and corrosion. No matter what industry you are in, be sure to follow these precautions to ensure a long service life for your cables. Consult the cable manufacturer if you are unsure of the appropriate material. A company with 60 years of experience in the cable industry can recommend the right material for your system.

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