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For gluing drive belts used in factories, we give here three tested in practice recipe:

1. Take equal elements of fish as well as joinery glue also soak them for 10 hours in water; then the swollen glue is transferred to clean water and it is cooked until a completely homogeneous viscous mass is obtained. Prepared in this way, the glue is applied hot to the parts of the belts to be glued, the surfaces of which are previously slightly rough.

2. Soak 10 elements of gelatin in water; at what time it will swell, drain excess water and also warm it in hot water. Add then, carefully stirring, 1 part of glycerin, 2 parts of turpentine, and also 1 part of the boiled linseed oil also diluted, according to need, with water. The trimmed also peeled ends of the belts should be slightly heated, greased with a warm glue, and then leave to stand for a day under strong pressure. Later this belt can be used.

3. The following composition is also considered to be very good: 10 elements of carpentry glue are dissolved in 15 parts of water with light-weight heating, and a powerless fire is maintained, while the blown-out glue does not evaporate until the syrup is thick; then 1 part of turpentine is added to the warm mass and 1/20 is the proportion of carbolic acid.

The whole mixture is thoroughly stirred and poured into a flat pewter vessel, where it is allowed to cool, after which it is cut into pieces and also dried in the atmosphere. Prior to use, the required amount of the prepared solid adhesive is dissolved in the vinegar until a syrupy consistency, it is applied to the surface of the glued belts and the glued parts are also clamped with iron plates preheated up to 30 ° C.

These compositions are very good for gluing the bursting of drive belts as well, but it is also similar for the correction of various leather products.

The belts used in the machines must be smoothed from time to time so that they do not wear out so quickly. Of the various ointments recommended for this purpose, the ointment of 10 elements of fat, 5 parts of blubber is also considered to be the best 2 elements of wood tar. The substances are dissolved on a slow fire and mixed in a homogeneous mass, which is used, as if any ointment. The action is so long that it is enough to lubricate the belts once every three months so that they are kept in good condition for a long time