Production of toothed belts Megadyne started producing toothed belts in 1957. Continuous research and development has resulted in a wide range of high quality products. Megadyne distinguishes itself from other timing belt manufacturers by producing both the range of timing belts rubber and polyurethane. Megadyne also produces pulleys. This makes Megadyne one of the world's leading producers of polyurethane belts, rubber belts and pulleys. Due to its constantly growing global presence, Megadyne has a distribution network that guarantees local service and technical support.
Suitable for most industrial applications
Megadyne was originally a producer of flat rubber toothed belts. In the 80's, thanks to the growing experience in the field of polymers, the production was expanded to include cast and open-ended polyurethane timing belts. As the company grew, a global commercial network was established and the supply program was expanded to include complete drive systems, based on market demand. The former Pirelli production in Spain was acquired for the production of rubber timing belts and a new facility in Milan was established for the production of pulleys. Megadyne now has a worldwide commercial network, with production sites within Europe, but also in the United States and the Far East.
Megadyne's products are suitable for most industrial applications in the field of propulsion, power transmission, synchronization, conveying and linear positioning.
MAK Aandrijvingen has been a partner of Megadyne in the Dutch market since 1995. In addition to supplying the extensive range from stock and made-to-measure, MAK has the specific equipment to cut and weld toothed belts, while maintaining Megadyne's quality standard.
Ongoing research The goal of Megadyne is to meet all aspects and needs of their customers in the field of drives. In order to provide good technical support, the Research and Development Department continuously researches new materials and updates the production technology on a regular basis. This enables new product development to be realized more efficiently.