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Energy savings from synchronous belt drives
Approximately one-third of the electric motors in the industrial and commercial sectors use belt drives. If the efficiency of these systems was improved by just 5%, plants would see tremendous energy savings. Such savings are not out of reach. Synchronous belt drives operate so efficiently that they enable savings across many industrial applications.
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