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Standard Conveyor Chain & Sprockets

Product Image (F Type)

{"Slat Conveyor Chains","Slat Conveyor Chains"}

Used with R type rollers and attaches a flange to guide the chain down the rail. Mainly used with a large-sized inclined or horizontal conveyor.

Product Image (R Type)

{"Flange Roller Chain","Flange Roller Chain"}

Diameter of the roller is greater than the plate width. Most commonly used type of conveyor chain. Usually used in small, medium-sized horizontal or inclined conveyors

Product Image (S, M Tipe)

{"Bucket Elevator Chain","Bucket Elevator Chain"}

The roller diameter is less than the width of the link plate. Typically used in bucket elevators for the purpose of protecting sprocket teeth and bushes.

Product Image (05)

{"Bearing Roller Chains","Bearing Roller Chains"}

When the bearing is mounted to R or F type chains, rotational friction is lessened thereby reducing the loss in drive power. Therefore, the maximum allowable load is increased when compared with standard rollers.

Product Image (A Type)

{"Drive Chains","Drive Chains"}

These attachments have bent link plates attachable to only one side of the chain. Each of the bolt holes is numbered A1, A2, and A3, respectively.

Product Image (08)

{"Welded Chain","Welded Chain"}

Attachments are welded at an angle to the main chain body.

Product Image (G Type)

{"Conveyor Chains","Conveyor Chains"}

Formed to either have bolt holes (for attachments) on one side or both sides of the link plate. Bolt holes are drilled to form G2 and G4 holes, respectively. G type attachments consist of two types; those with two bolt holes are G2, while those with 4 holes are G4.

Product Image (BUSHED Type)

{"Bushed Chains","Bushed Chains"}

Bush plays the role of the roller. Like with trolley conveyors, the sole role of the chain is for load tension transference , according to weight To carry by attaching a separate roller It is mainly used in the design of conveyor

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