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China factory Drive Roller Conveyor Leaf Hollow Pin Industrial Chain Elevator Silent Hoisting Pintle Cast Stainless Steel Duplex Engineering Drag Link Agricultural Escalator

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Drive Roller Conveyor Leaf Hollow Pin Industrial Chain Elevator Silent Hoisting Pintle Cast Stainless Steel Duplex Engineering Drag Link Agricultural Escalator 

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transmission chain  (Driving Chain) Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain (A Series)(1,2,3) 04C-1  06C-1-2-3  085-1-2-3  08A-1-2-3  10A-1-2-3  12A-1-2-3  16A-1-2-3  20A-1-2-3  24A-1-2-3  28A-1-2-3  32A-1-2-3  40A-1-2-3  48A-1-2-3
25 35 35-2 35-3 -2 40-3 50 50-2-50-3 60 60-2 60-3 80 80-2 80-3 100 100-2  100-3 120 120-2 120-3 140 140-2 160 160-2 -2  240
Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain (B Series)(1,2,3) 06B-1-2-3 06B-1-2-3 08B-1-2-3  10B-1-2-3  12B-1-2-3  16B-1-2-3 20B-1-2-3 24B-1-2-3  28B-1-2-3  32B-1-2-3  40B-1-2-3  48B-1-2-3  56B-1-2-3   64B-1-2-3  72B-1-2-3
Heavy Duty Series Roller Chain(1,2) 08AH-1  10AH-1  12AH-1-2-3  16AH-1-2-3  20AH-1-2-3  24AH-1-2-3  28AH-1-2-3  32AH-1-2-3  40AH-1-2-3
Side Bow Chain 40SB 43SB  50SB  60SB  63SB 80SB 08BSB 08BSBY1  10BSB  12BSB  C2050SB
Motorcycle Chain 410  415  415H  420  420H  428  428H  520  520H  525  525H  530  530H  630  630H
Engine Mechanism Chain    (Timing Chain) CL04
Self-Lubrication Roller Chain 08BSLR  10BSLR 12BSLR 16BSLR 40SLR 50SLR 60SLR 80SLR
Double Pitch Transmission Chain 208A  208B 210A  210B  212A  212B  216A  216B  220A  220B
2040  2050  2060 2080  2100
Bush Chain P15F-B  P20-B  P25-B  P25F1-B P30F2-B  P36-B  P40-B  P45-B  P50-B P55-B P60-B  P70-B  P80-B
Conveyor Chain Roller Chains With Straight Side Plates (A Series) C08A-1-2-3  C10A-1-2-3  C12-1-2-3  C24A-1-2-3  C32A-1-2-3
C35  C40-1-2-3  C50-1-2-3  C80-1-2-3  C100-1-2-3  C120-1-2-3  C140-1-2-3  C160-1-2-3
Roller Chains With Straight Side Plates (B Series) C08B-1-2-3  C10B-1-2-3  C12B-1-2-3  C16-1-2-3  C20B-1-2-3  C24B-1-2-3  C28B-1-2-3  C32B-1-2-3
Double Pitch Conveyor Chain C208A  C208AH  C208B C208BL  C210A  C210AL  C212A   C212AH   C212AHL  C216A  C216AL  C216AH  C216AHL  C220A  C220AL  C220AH  C220AHL  C224A  C224AL  C224AH  C224AHL  C232A  C232AL  C232AH  C232AHL
C2050  C2052  C2060  C2062  C2060H  C2080  C2080H  C2082  C2082H C2100  C2100H  C2102  C2102H  C2120  C2120H  C2122  C2122H  C2160  C2160H  C2162  C2162H
Double Pius Speed Chain BS25-C206B  BS25-C208A  BS25-C210A  BS25-C212A  BS30-C206B  BS30-C208B  BS30-C210B  BS30-C212B
Conveyor Chain (M Series) M20  M28  M40  M56  M80
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (MC Series) MC28  MC56  MC112  MC224
Conveyor Chain (FV Series) FV40  FV63  FV90  FV112  FV140
Conveyor Chain (FVT Series) FVT40  FVT63  FVT90  FVT112  FVT140  FVT180  FVT250  FVT315
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (FVC Series) FVC63  FVC90  FVC112  FVC140  FVC180  FVC250  FVC315
Conveyor Chain (Z Series) Z40  Z100  Z160  Z300
Conveyor Chain (ZE Series) ZE40  ZE100  ZE160  ZE300
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (ZC Series) ZC21  ZC40  ZC60  ZC150  ZC300
Hollow Pin Chains 08BHPF  08BHPF5 08BHP9 10BHPF3 10BHPF4 12BHPF2 12BHPF3 16BHPF3  16BHPF4  40HP 08BHPF7  08BHP  50HP  50HPF4  50H-HP  60HP  60HPF1  80HP  80HPF1  80HPF2  80H-HP  80HPF3  80HPF4  HB41.75F5  A2080HP
Welded-type cranked link chains WR78  WH78  WR82  WH82  WR106  WH106  WR110  WH110  WR111  WH111  WR124  WH124  WR132  WH132  WR150  WH150  WR155  WH155  WR157  WH157  WR78F5  WH78F4  WH124F1  WH111F1
Palm oil Chains P101.6F2  P152F14  P152F17  P152F29  90R-S  P101.6F64  P76.7  P152F31
Sugar mill chains DH9063  DH2198  P152F93K2  P152F78K2  DH 0571 0  DH1796  P152F77-AS2  P203.2F9
Rubber gloves carrier chains P100F155  P100F13   P100F139  P150/90
Lumber conveyor chains 81X  81XH  81XHE  81XHH  81XHS  500R  441.100R
Sharp top chains 08AF34  08BF21  10AF8  41F6  06BF1  06BF37  08AF41  08BF44  08AF8…
Stainless Steel Chain Stainless Steel Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain(A Series) 25SS-1  35SS-1  41SS-1  40SS-1  50SS-1  60SS-1  80SS-1  100SS-1  120SS-1
Stainless Steel Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain(B Series) 05BSS-1  06BSS-1  08BSS-1  10BSS-1  12BSS-1  16BSS-1  20BSS-1  24BSS-1
Stainless Steel Roller Chain With Straight Side Plates C40SS-1  C50SS-1  C60SS-1  C80SS-1  C100SS-1  C120SS-1  C08BSS-1  C10BSS-1  C12BSS-1  C16BSS-1  C20BSS-1  C24BSS-1
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Transmission Chain 2040SS  2050SS  2060SS  2080SS  2100SS  2120SS  208BSS  210BSS  212BSS  216BSS  220BSS  224BSS
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Conveyor Chain C2040SS  C2040HSS  C208BSS  C2050SS  C2060SS  C2060HSS  C2080SS  C2080HSS  C2100SS  C2100HSS C2120SS  C2120HSS
Stainless Steel Hollow Pin Chain 08BHFSS  40HPSS  50HPSS  60HPSS  12BHPSS  80HPSS  C2040HPSS  C2050HPSS  C2060HPSS  C2080HPSS  HB50.8SS
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Hollow Pin Chain C2042HPSS  C2052HPSS  C2062HPSS  C2082HPSS  C2042H-HPSS  C2052H-HPSS  C2062H-HPSS  C2082H-HPSS
Lifting Chain Car Parking Chain 12AT-1 16AT-1-2  20AT-1-2-3  24AT-1-2
Leaf Chain LH0822  LH0823  LH571  LH0844  LH0846  LH 0571   LH1571   LH1571   LH1034   LH1044   LH1046   LH1066   LH1088   LH1222   LH1223  LH1234  LH1244  LH1246  LH1266  LH1288
BL422  BL423  BL434  BL444  BL446  BL466  BL488  BL522  BL523  BL534  BL544  BL546  BL566  BL588  BL622  BL623  BL634  BL644  BL646  BL666  BL688
Multiple Plate Bearing Pin Chain LF30  MP50F2   MP50.8   MP70F1   MP70F2   MP70F3   MP80F1   MP90F1   MP90F2   MP110F1
Rollerless Lift Chain 45-1  55-1  65-1  85-1  105-1  125-1  145-1  165-1
Agricultural Chain S Type Steel Agricultural Chain & Attachments S32  S42  S45  S52  S55  S62  S77  S88  A550  A620
C Type Steel Agricultural Chain with Attachments CA550  CA550/S55  CA555  CA550HD  CA550V  CA557  CA620  CA2801  38.1R  38.4R  38.4V  38.4VB
Rice Harvester Chain S3558T-48001  S3558T-48002
Drop Forged Chain Series Drop Forged Rivetless Chain Imperial: 80H  X348   X458  468H  X658  X678  678  698  998  9118  S348  S458  S678  S698  S9118, Metric system: XT100  XT160
Cast Detachable Chain 55  57  62  74  78
Steel Detachable Chain 25  32  32W  51  52  55  62
Cast Iron Chain Cast Iron Chain (C Series) C55  C55L  C77  C188  C188L  C102B  C111  C131  C132
Cast Iron Chain (H Series) H60  H78  H82  H110
Cast Iron Chain (4 Series) 462  477  488  4103  720  720S  730
Cast Iron Chain BRH188 BRH188  C188CP  C102B-K2  C55A  C55B  C55D  CC600  H78A  H78B  H130  H138  MC33  103  4103F29  907-E51
Welded chains WR78  WH78  WR82  WH82   WR124  WH124
Forging Hanging Chain X228  X348  X458  X678  698

 

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1. The material shall be 40Cr or above alloy steel
2. All raw materials are customized by large domestic steel plants. Before entering the plant, secondary tests are carried out to ensure stable and controllable product materials.
3. The basic amount of chain parts have realized white motion and CNC-controlled production
4. Mesh belt furnaces, infiltration, high frequency, etc., are used for heat treatment to make the chain plate and shaft sleeve reach the working state. The quenching medium is made of Korean Dragon base oil
5. Professional inspection personnel are assigned to inspect each level to ensure the product quality
6. Over 20 years of operation, we have accumulated a lot of practical experience, especially in the non-standard chain leading city, which enjoys a good reputation in the industry

 

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Company Profile

The company mainly produces a variety of A and B series of short pitch precision roller chains for transmission, double pitch transmission chains, double pitch conveying roller accessories, short pitch conveying roller chain accessories, stereo garage chains, pin chains, double speed chains, scraper chain, pumping unit chain, sugar machinery particular chain, hollow pin roller chain and sleeve chain, large roller conveying chain and accessories, ZGS38 combine chain and accessories, S-type C-type steel agricultural machinery chain and accessories, conveyor chain, beer and beverage machinery conveyor chain, side bend flat top conveyor chain, brown oil press conveyor chain, etc. – series.

Our company has Ward, Yangli, and other precision stamping equipment. CHINAMFG laser cutting machine, automatic submerged arc welding machine, and other cutting equipment. XH precision leveling equipment, DM high-speed circular saw machine, CNC lathe, heavy double-end square milling machine, and other machining equipment. Fully automatic mesh belt quenching line, well-type gas carburizing furnace, vacuum mold furnace, high-frequency furnace, and other heat treatment equipment, lifting and hanging shot blasting machine barrel, and other surface treatment equipment.

Our company has a CHINAMFG technical force, advanced technology, a short development cycle of new products, and complete and perfect testing. The products are sold all over the world.

 

Usage: Transmission Chain, Drag Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain
Material: Iron
Surface Treatment: Oil Blooming
Feature: Oil Resistant
Chain Size: 1/2"*3/32"
Structure: Roller Chain
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Can engineering chains be used in high-temperature environments?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in high-temperature environments, but their performance depends on the type of material they are made of and the specific temperature conditions they are exposed to. Here are some considerations for using engineering chains in high-temperature environments:

  • Material Selection: Chains made from heat-resistant materials, such as stainless steel or special alloy steels, are suitable for high-temperature applications. These materials offer increased resistance to heat, oxidation, and corrosion.
  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication is critical when using engineering chains in high-temperature environments. High-temperature lubricants that can withstand the specific temperature range are essential to reduce friction and wear between the chain’s components.
  • Heat Dissipation: In high-temperature environments, the heat generated by the chain’s operation needs to be dissipated effectively to prevent excessive temperature rise. Adequate ventilation or cooling mechanisms may be required to maintain the chain within a safe operating temperature range.
  • Chain Design: Chains intended for high-temperature use may have specific design features that enhance their heat resistance and performance. These design modifications can include heat-resistant coatings, special alloys, or heat-treated components.
  • Operating Conditions: The operating conditions, such as the temperature range and the duration of exposure to high temperatures, should be carefully evaluated to ensure the chain’s material and lubrication are suitable for the specific application.
  • Inspections and Maintenance: Regular inspections and maintenance are crucial to monitor the chain’s condition and performance in high-temperature environments. Any signs of wear, elongation, or damage should be addressed promptly to prevent potential failures.

When properly selected, lubricated, and maintained, engineering chains made from heat-resistant materials can reliably operate in high-temperature environments. It’s essential to consult with chain manufacturers or experts to determine the most suitable chain type and material for a specific high-temperature application.

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How do engineering chains handle angular misalignment between sprockets?

Engineering chains are designed to handle a certain degree of angular misalignment between sprockets. Angular misalignment occurs when the rotational axes of the driving and driven sprockets are not perfectly parallel, leading to an angle between them. While it is essential to minimize misalignment to prevent excessive wear and premature failure, some level of misalignment tolerance is built into engineering chains to accommodate real-world installation variations.

When angular misalignment exists, the chain’s side plates and rollers are designed to articulate and adjust to the varying angles between the sprockets. This flexibility allows the chain to smoothly engage and disengage from the sprocket teeth without binding or jamming. However, it’s important to note that excessive misalignment can still cause accelerated wear, noise, and reduced efficiency in the chain drive system.

To ensure optimal performance and longevity, it is recommended to keep angular misalignment within the manufacturer’s specified limits. These limits can vary depending on the chain size, type, and application. When installing an engineering chain, it’s crucial to align the sprockets as accurately as possible and use alignment tools if necessary.

In applications where angular misalignment is unavoidable, special chain types or accessories, such as chain tensioners or idler sprockets, can be used to help compensate for the misalignment and improve overall system performance.

In summary, engineering chains are designed to handle a certain degree of angular misalignment between sprockets, but it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and maintain proper alignment to ensure reliable and efficient operation of the chain drive system.

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What are the different types of engineering chains available in the market?

Engineering chains come in various types, each designed to meet specific industrial needs and operating conditions. Here are some of the common types of engineering chains available in the market:

  • Roller Chains: Roller chains are the most common type of engineering chain and consist of cylindrical rollers that engage with the sprocket teeth for smooth power transmission. They are widely used in industries like manufacturing, agriculture, and automotive.
  • Drag Chains: Drag chains, also known as conveyor chains or slat chains, have flat, interlocking plates connected together. They are used in conveyor systems for material handling applications, especially in heavy-duty and abrasive environments.
  • Hollow Pin Chains: Hollow pin chains feature hollow pins that allow for the insertion of cross rods or attachments, making them versatile for handling irregularly shaped loads or for use as a conveyor in specific industries.
  • Double Pitch Chains: Double pitch chains have larger pitch distances between the links, resulting in lighter weight and lower cost. They are commonly used in low-speed and light-load applications.
  • Leaf Chains: Leaf chains, also known as forklift chains, are used in lifting applications, such as forklift trucks and other material handling equipment.
  • Side Bow Chains: Side bow chains have links with a curved or bent shape, allowing them to flex and bend laterally, making them suitable for curved or circular conveyor applications.
  • Apron Chains: Apron chains are used in apron conveyors, typically found in the mining and cement industries, for transporting heavy and abrasive materials.
  • Specialty Chains: There are various specialty chains available for specific industries and applications, such as escalator chains, agricultural chains, bottle conveyor chains, and more.

Each type of engineering chain has its own unique design and features to cater to specific requirements. The choice of chain type depends on factors like load capacity, speed, environmental conditions, and the application’s needs. It’s essential to select the appropriate chain type and ensure proper maintenance to achieve optimal performance and longevity in industrial operations.

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editor by CX 2023-11-09

China high quality Industrial Engineering Forged Drive Mill Transmission Paper Processing Industry Conveyor Chain for Paper Roll

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Road Build Maintain Construction Paver Machinery Chains for Circuit Breaker Bulldozer

 

 

Conveyor Chain for Paper Roll

This series of conveyor chain is frequently utilized in papermaking industry for paper roll conveying applications.

Its top plates are welded CHINAMFG the chain. In order to ensure welding quality and a flat surface created by the top plates, we adopt multi-station automatic welding machine to perform synchronous welding to multiple welding spots. Thus, the deformation caused by regional welding is minimized. Meanwhile, the top plates are cold drawn so that smooth finish and surface evenness are guaranteed.

Our paper roll conveyor chain comes with extended service life due to the following designs. Firstly, it is designed with additional SF1 shaft sleeves between the pin and the bushing. Secondly, at the both ends of pins, there are specialized bearings with arc shaped outer ring.

Item Name Standard transmission Roller Chains Model Series A, Series B
Row Simplex/Duplex/Triplex Application Machinery Parts
Surface Treatment Self-color/sand-blasted/shot-peening Certification ISO, ANSI, DIN, BS
Packing Packaged in boxes and wooden cases, or packaged in reels and then on pallets. Port Any sea port or airport in China

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Usage: Transmission Chain, Drag Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain
Material: Stainless steel
Surface Treatment: Oil Blooming
Feature: Oil Resistant
Chain Size: 1/2"*3/32"
Structure: Roller Chain
Samples:
US$ 9999/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Can engineering chains be used in overhead or inverted applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in both overhead and inverted applications, provided they are properly selected and installed. These types of applications are common in various industries, including material handling, automotive, and food processing. Engineering chains are versatile and well-suited for such applications due to their robust construction, flexibility, and ability to handle heavy loads.

Overhead applications involve suspending the chain from overhead beams or structures, while inverted applications require the chain to run on the underside of the conveyor or equipment. Some factors to consider when using engineering chains in these applications include:

  1. Corrosion Resistance: For overhead applications in outdoor environments or areas with exposure to moisture, it is essential to use engineering chains made from corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel, to prevent rust and ensure longevity.
  2. Lubrication: Proper and regular lubrication is crucial for chains in both overhead and inverted applications to reduce friction, wear, and noise levels. Lubrication also helps protect the chain from contaminants and moisture.
  3. Load Capacity: Ensure that the engineering chain selected has a sufficient load capacity to handle the weight of the conveyed materials or equipment in the application.
  4. Installation: Proper installation is critical for the smooth operation of the chain in overhead and inverted applications. Correct tensioning and alignment will help prevent premature wear and improve overall performance.
  5. Chain Speed: Consider the speed at which the chain will be running in the application, as higher speeds may require additional considerations in terms of lubrication and wear.

By taking these factors into account and following the manufacturer’s guidelines for installation, lubrication, and maintenance, engineering chains can be used effectively in overhead and inverted applications. They offer reliable and efficient power transmission and material handling solutions, making them valuable components in a wide range of industrial processes and systems.

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Can engineering chains be used in low-temperature or cryogenic environments?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in low-temperature or cryogenic environments with appropriate material selection and lubrication. When operating in extremely cold conditions, standard chain materials may become brittle and prone to failure. However, by using special materials and lubricants designed for low temperatures, engineering chains can maintain their performance and reliability.

In cryogenic applications, such as in the aerospace, medical, or scientific industries, where temperatures can reach extremely low levels (typically below -150°C or -238°F), standard steel chains may not be suitable. In such cases, engineers often opt for materials like stainless steel, nickel-plated steel, or other alloys that can withstand cryogenic temperatures without losing their mechanical properties.

Lubrication is another critical consideration in low-temperature environments. Conventional lubricants may freeze or become less effective at extremely cold temperatures, leading to increased friction and wear. Therefore, special lubricants that remain fluid at low temperatures, such as synthetic oils or greases designed for cryogenic use, should be applied to ensure smooth chain operation and reduce wear.

In summary, engineering chains can be used in low-temperature or cryogenic environments, provided that the appropriate materials and lubricants are chosen for the specific application. By selecting the right chain and ensuring proper lubrication, the performance and service life of the engineering chain can be maintained even in extreme cold conditions.

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How does an engineering chain differ from a standard roller chain?

Engineering chains and standard roller chains share similarities in terms of their basic design, consisting of interconnected links that engage with sprockets for power transmission. However, there are key differences between the two types of chains:

  • Application: Standard roller chains, also known as transmission chains, are primarily used for power transmission in industrial applications. They are commonly found in machinery, automotive, and other power transmission systems. On the other hand, engineering chains have a broader range of applications and are specifically designed for various industrial uses beyond pure power transmission.
  • Design and Construction: Engineering chains are available in different configurations and materials to meet specific industrial needs. They come in various types like drag chains, apron chains, leaf chains, and more, each tailored for a particular application, such as material handling, lifting, or conveying. Standard roller chains have a more standardized design with cylindrical rollers, providing smooth motion in power transmission applications.
  • Attachments: Engineering chains often feature attachments or extended pins that allow for the connection of specialized components or accessories. These attachments can be used for carrying loads, attaching products, or facilitating specific tasks in industrial processes. Standard roller chains, on the other hand, typically do not come with attachments.
  • Load Capacity: Engineering chains are designed to handle a wide range of loads, including heavy loads, abrasive materials, and harsh environmental conditions. They are built to withstand the demands of rugged industrial settings. Standard roller chains are suitable for general power transmission applications and may not be as robust as engineering chains in challenging environments.
  • Specialty Chains: Engineering chains include various specialty chains that cater to specific industries and applications, such as mining, agriculture, escalators, and more. Standard roller chains do not have the same diversity of specialized variants.

In summary, engineering chains are more versatile and adaptable, tailored to a broader range of industrial applications beyond power transmission. They offer a wider variety of designs, materials, and attachments to suit specific needs, making them suitable for demanding and specialized tasks in various industries.

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editor by CX 2023-11-08

China wholesaler Engineering Industrial Machinery Agricultural Conveyor Chain

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Engineering Industrial Machinery Agricultural Conveyor Chain
 

Product Description


1. Material: Alloy steel & Stainless steel
2. Surface treatment: Shot peening / Zinc-plated / Nickel-plated / Dacromet-plated
3. Characteristic: Chain plate hole finally passed ball extrusion to ensure maximum fatigue resistance, parts of shot peening treatment makes the chain and the sleeve has a higher fatigue strength.
 

Materials Available  1. Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, etc
2. Alloy Steel: 45Mn, 42CrMo, etc
3. OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Shot peening, Polishing, Oxygenation, Blackening, Zinc-plated, Nickel-plated, Anodized, etc.
Characteristic Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Application Agricultural machine
Design criterion ISO DIN ANSI & Customer’s Drawing
Size Customer’s Drawing & ISO standard 
Package Wooden Case / Container and pallet, or made-to-order
Certificate ISO9001: 2008 
Advantage First quality, best service, competitive price, fast delivery
Delivery Time 20 days for samples. 45 days for official order.

 

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Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Sample: for Free
Transport Package: Plastic Bag+Carton Box+Plywood Case
Specification: S55K1, S62A2K1
Trademark: made-to-order
Origin: China
Samples:
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Can engineering chains be used for power transmission in automotive applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used for power transmission in automotive applications. They are commonly employed in various automotive systems that require reliable and efficient power transfer. Here are some automotive applications where engineering chains are used:

  • Timing Chains: In internal combustion engines, timing chains are critical for synchronizing the camshaft and crankshaft’s rotation. They ensure that the engine’s valves open and close at the precise time, optimizing engine performance and fuel efficiency.
  • Drive Chains: Engineering chains are used in automotive drive systems, especially in older vehicles or specific applications where a chain drive is preferred over a belt or gear drive. Drive chains can be found in various components, such as transfer cases, rear-wheel-drive systems, and motorcycle drives.
  • Steering System: In some automotive steering systems, engineering chains are used to transmit the rotational force from the steering wheel to the steering rack or gearbox, enabling vehicle control.
  • Transfer Cases: In four-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive systems, engineering chains are utilized in transfer cases to distribute power between the front and rear axles, allowing for better traction and handling on various terrains.
  • Suspension Systems: Some automotive suspension systems incorporate engineering chains to support components like torsion bars or assist in adjusting suspension height in certain vehicles.
  • Exhaust System: In exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems, engineering chains may be employed to control the flow of exhaust gases, helping to reduce emissions.

It is important to note that while engineering chains are suitable for certain automotive applications, modern vehicles often utilize other methods of power transmission, such as timing belts and gears, due to their quieter operation and reduced maintenance needs. The choice of power transmission method in automotive applications depends on factors like design requirements, space limitations, cost considerations, and desired performance characteristics.

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What are the environmental considerations when using engineering chains?

When using engineering chains in various applications, there are several environmental considerations to keep in mind to ensure optimal performance, longevity, and safety. These considerations include:

1. Temperature: Extreme temperatures, whether high or low, can affect the performance and lifespan of engineering chains. Proper lubrication and material selection are essential to ensure the chain can withstand the temperature conditions in the operating environment.

2. Corrosive Environments: In corrosive environments, such as those with exposure to chemicals, saltwater, or other corrosive substances, it’s crucial to choose engineering chains made from corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel or coatings that provide protection against corrosion.

3. Dust and Contaminants: Dust, dirt, and other contaminants can accumulate on the chain, leading to increased wear and reduced efficiency. Regular cleaning and proper chain guarding can help minimize the impact of these environmental factors.

4. Moisture and Water Exposure: For applications exposed to moisture or water, selecting chains with appropriate sealing or corrosion-resistant coatings is important to prevent rust and maintain performance.

5. UV Exposure: Outdoor applications exposed to direct sunlight can be subject to UV degradation. Using engineering chains with UV-resistant materials or protective coatings can help mitigate the effects of UV exposure.

6. Noise and Vibration: Certain environments may have strict noise regulations. In such cases, using chain guides, dampers, or other noise-reducing features can help lower the noise and vibration levels produced by the chain.

7. Load Variation: Environmental conditions may lead to variations in the load on the chain. Understanding and accommodating load variations is crucial for ensuring the chain’s reliability and preventing premature failure.

8. Compliance with Regulations: Some industries have specific environmental regulations that must be adhered to. It’s essential to select engineering chains that comply with these regulations to maintain a safe and environmentally friendly operation.

9. Maintenance and Lubrication: Proper and regular maintenance, including lubrication, is critical to ensure the chain’s smooth operation and extend its service life in any environment.

Considering these environmental factors will help in selecting the right engineering chain for a particular application, ensuring optimal performance, and reducing the risk of chain failure due to environmental conditions.

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What are the advantages of using an engineering chain in industrial applications?

Engineering chains offer several advantages that make them highly suitable for a wide range of industrial applications:

  • Robust and Durable: Engineering chains are built to withstand heavy loads, harsh environmental conditions, and abrasive materials commonly found in industrial settings. Their robust construction ensures long-lasting performance and reduces the frequency of replacements, contributing to cost-effectiveness.
  • Versatility: With various types and configurations available, engineering chains are highly versatile. They can be adapted to a wide array of applications, such as material handling, conveyor systems, bucket elevators, and more. Different attachments and accessories further enhance their adaptability for specific tasks.
  • Specialized Variants: The market offers a diverse selection of engineering chains with specialty variants designed for specific industries. Whether it’s mining, agriculture, automotive, or food processing, there is likely an engineering chain optimized for the unique demands of each application.
  • High Load Capacity: Engineering chains are capable of handling heavy loads, making them suitable for heavy machinery, lifting equipment, and other industrial applications requiring substantial power transmission capabilities.
  • Efficient Power Transmission: The design of engineering chains ensures smooth and efficient power transmission, reducing energy losses and improving overall system performance.
  • Attachments and Accessories: Many engineering chains come with pre-installed or customizable attachments that enable them to perform specialized tasks. These attachments can include slats, buckets, rollers, and other components, enhancing their ability to carry, grip, or convey materials as needed.
  • Reliable Performance: Due to their robust design and precise engineering, these chains provide reliable and consistent performance even under challenging conditions, contributing to increased productivity and reduced downtime.
  • Wide Range of Materials: Engineering chains can be manufactured from various materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and plastic, allowing for compatibility with different operating environments and industries.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: Despite their higher initial cost compared to standard roller chains, engineering chains often prove to be cost-effective in the long run due to their extended service life and reduced maintenance needs.

In summary, engineering chains offer durability, versatility, and specialized features that make them an excellent choice for industrial applications where reliable and efficient power transmission is essential. Their ability to handle heavy loads, varied environments, and specific tasks sets them apart as a valuable component in numerous industrial processes.

China wholesaler Engineering Industrial Machinery Agricultural Conveyor Chain  China wholesaler Engineering Industrial Machinery Agricultural Conveyor Chain
editor by CX 2023-10-25

China Hot selling OEM Agricultural Machinery Engineering Industrial Transmission Chain

Product Description

Harvester Chains of Carton Steel (415S)

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Standard GB, ISO, ANSI, DIN
Type Standard A and standard B precision roller chain, conveyor chain;
special chain with accessories, welding chain, leaf chain and sprocket
ANSI chain No. 40,50,60,80,100,120,140,160,180,200,240;
C40,C50,C60,C80,C100,C120,C140,C160;
DIN/ISO chain No. 08A,10A,12A,16A,20A,24A,28A,32A,36A,40A,48A;
C08A,C10A,C12A,C16A,C20A,C24A,C28A,C32A;
Application Food processing, pharmaceutical and chemical industries, electronics, machinery;
household appliances, automotive manufacturing, metallurgy, sewage treatment
Series A series,B series

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1. Are you manufacturer or trade Company?
We are a factory founded in 1997 with trade team for international service.

2. What terms of payment you usually use?
T/T 30% deposit and 70% against document, Western Union, L/C at sight

3. What is your lead time for your goods?
Normally 35 days after confirmed order. 30 days could be available in low season for some items (during May to July), and 45 days during new year and hot season ( Jan to March).

4. Samples
For customers who need sample confirmation before ordering, please bear in mind that the following policy will be adopted:
1) All samples are free of charge with the maximum value not exceeding USD 100.
2) The courier cost for the first-time sample sending will be charged for by the consignee. We will send the samples with freight to be collected. So please inform your account with FedEx, UPS, DHL or TNT so that we can proceed promptly.
3) The first-time courier cost will be totally deducted from the contract value of the trial cooperation.

Usage: Transmission Chain, Conveyor Chain, Agricultural Machine
Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Surface Treatment: Polishing
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: All Sizes
Structure: Agricultural Machine
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Can engineering chains be used for power transmission in mining equipment?

Yes, engineering chains are commonly used for power transmission in various mining equipment applications. Mining operations involve heavy-duty machinery that requires robust and reliable power transmission systems to handle the demanding conditions and loads. Engineering chains are well-suited for these challenging environments due to their strength, durability, and versatility.

In mining equipment, engineering chains are used in various applications, including:

  • Conveyors: Mining conveyors transport raw materials and ores over long distances, and engineering chains play a crucial role in driving these conveyors and ensuring smooth material flow.
  • Bucket Elevators: Bucket elevators are used to vertically lift and transfer materials, and engineering chains provide the power transmission required for their operation.
  • Crushers and Pulverizers: Engineering chains are used to drive crushers and pulverizers, which reduce the size of mined materials for further processing.
  • Draglines and Excavators: These large mining machines use engineering chains to power their movement and operation.
  • Stackers and Reclaimers: These machines stack and reclaim bulk materials in storage yards, and engineering chains facilitate their movement and positioning.

Engineering chains are preferred in mining applications because they can withstand heavy loads, shock loads, and harsh environmental conditions commonly found in mining operations. Additionally, engineering chains are available in various sizes, pitches, and configurations, making them adaptable to different mining equipment designs and requirements.

To ensure reliable performance, it is essential to select the appropriate type and size of engineering chain for each specific mining equipment application. Regular maintenance and proper lubrication are also critical to extend the chain’s service life and minimize downtime in mining operations.

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How do engineering chains handle reverse motion or anti-reverse requirements?

Engineering chains are designed to handle reverse motion or anti-reverse requirements in certain applications. This capability is essential in situations where the load or the machinery needs to move back and forth. Here’s how engineering chains achieve this:

1. Tooth Shape: Many engineering chains, such as roller chains or silent chains, feature a specific tooth shape on the sprockets. The tooth profile is designed to engage the chain rollers or links in one direction, allowing smooth motion, while preventing engagement in the reverse direction, effectively acting as an anti-reverse mechanism.

2. One-Way Clutches: Some engineering chain applications may incorporate one-way clutches or overrunning clutches. These devices allow the chain and sprockets to engage and transmit power in one direction, while freewheeling or disengaging in the opposite direction, preventing reverse motion.

3. Ratcheting Mechanisms: In certain engineering chain systems, ratcheting mechanisms are employed to allow forward motion and prevent backward movement. These mechanisms consist of pawls and teeth that engage in one direction and disengage in the reverse direction, effectively providing an anti-reverse function.

4. Backstop Clutches: Backstop clutches are used to prevent reverse motion in specific engineering chain applications. These clutches allow the chain to engage and transmit power in one direction, while locking and preventing motion in the reverse direction.

5. Tensioning Devices: Proper tensioning of the engineering chain can also play a role in preventing reverse motion. Adequate tension helps keep the chain engaged with the sprockets in the desired direction, reducing the risk of slipping or backdriving.

6. Design and Orientation: Engineers can design the system in a way that naturally discourages reverse motion. For example, the layout of the chain path and the arrangement of sprockets can make it less likely for the chain to move in the opposite direction.

By using these methods and incorporating suitable components, engineering chains can effectively handle reverse motion or anti-reverse requirements, ensuring the safe and reliable operation of machinery in applications where back-and-forth motion is necessary.

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What materials are engineering chains typically made of?

Engineering chains are commonly made from a variety of durable and high-strength materials to ensure their performance and longevity in demanding industrial applications. The choice of material depends on factors such as the application’s requirements, environmental conditions, and the specific type of engineering chain. Some of the typical materials used for engineering chains include:

1. Carbon Steel: Carbon steel is a popular choice for engineering chains due to its excellent strength and affordability. It is suitable for many standard industrial applications where moderate strength and resistance to wear are required.

2. Alloy Steel: Alloy steel offers higher strength and better resistance to wear and fatigue compared to carbon steel. It is commonly used in heavy-duty and high-stress applications, such as mining equipment and construction machinery.

3. Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is chosen for its corrosion resistance properties, making it ideal for applications where the chain may be exposed to moisture, chemicals, or harsh environments. It is commonly used in food processing, pharmaceuticals, and outdoor applications.

4. Nickel-Plated Steel: Nickel-plated steel chains provide enhanced corrosion resistance while retaining the strength of carbon or alloy steel. They are often used in applications where both strength and corrosion resistance are important.

5. Plastic: In some cases, engineering chains may be constructed entirely from plastic or have plastic components. Plastic chains are commonly used in industries requiring low noise, lightweight, and corrosion resistance, such as the food and beverage industry and packaging applications.

6. Other Specialty Materials: Depending on the specific requirements of an application, engineering chains may also be made from other specialty materials like bronze, zinc-plated steel, or coated chains to meet particular needs.

The choice of material is crucial in determining the performance, longevity, and suitability of the engineering chain for a specific application. Manufacturers provide information on the material composition of their chains, allowing users to select the most appropriate material based on the intended use and operating conditions.

China Hot selling OEM Agricultural Machinery Engineering Industrial Transmission Chain  China Hot selling OEM Agricultural Machinery Engineering Industrial Transmission Chain
editor by CX 2023-10-24

China Standard Alloy Steel Material Zinc-Plated Engineering Industrial Transmission Conveyor Roller Chain

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Alloy Steel Material Zinc-Plated Engineering Industrial Transmission Conveyor Roller Chain
 

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1. Material: Alloy steel & Stainless steel
2. Surface treatment: Shot peening / Zinc-plated / Nickel-plated / Dacromet-plated
3. Characteristic: Chain plate hole finally passed ball extrusion to ensure maximum fatigue resistance, parts of shot peening treatment makes the chain and the sleeve has a higher fatigue strength.
 

Materials Available  1. Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, etc
2. Alloy Steel: 45Mn, 42CrMo, etc
3. OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Shot peening, Polishing, Oxygenation, Blackening, Zinc-plated, Nickel-plated, Anodized, etc.
Characteristic Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Application Agricultural machine
Design criterion ISO DIN ANSI & Customer’s Drawing
Size Customer’s Drawing & ISO standard 
Package Wooden Case / Container and pallet, or made-to-order
Certificate ISO9001: 2008 
Advantage First quality, best service, competitive price, fast delivery
Delivery Time 20 days for samples. 45 days for official order.

 

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Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Sample: for Free
Transport Package: Plastic Bag+Carton Box+Plywood Case
Specification: S55K1, S62A2K1
Trademark: made-to-order
Origin: China
Samples:
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What are the signs of wear and when should an engineering chain be replaced?

Identifying signs of wear in an engineering chain is crucial for maintaining the system’s reliability and preventing unexpected failures. Here are some common signs of wear in an engineering chain that indicate it may need replacement:

1. Elongation: Over time, chains can elongate due to wear on the pins and bushings. Measure the chain’s pitch (center-to-center distance between pins) and compare it to the original pitch. If the elongation exceeds the manufacturer’s recommended limit, it’s time to replace the chain.

2. Chain Stretch: Chain stretch occurs when the chain has excessive play or slack when engaged with the sprockets. This can result from elongation and may lead to a loss of accuracy in the system’s operation.

3. Increased Noise: Excessive wear can cause the chain to produce more noise during operation. If you notice a significant increase in chain noise, it may indicate wear or inadequate lubrication.

4. Chain Damage: Inspect the chain for signs of damage, such as bent or broken links, cracked plates, or damaged rollers. Damaged components compromise the chain’s integrity and can lead to failure.

5. Rust and Corrosion: Chains used in corrosive environments may show signs of rust and corrosion. Corroded components can weaken the chain and reduce its load-carrying capacity.

6. Frequent Maintenance and Repairs: If you find yourself frequently performing maintenance and repairs on the chain, it may be an indication that it is nearing the end of its service life.

7. Chain Misalignment: Excessive wear can cause the chain to misalign with the sprockets, leading to uneven wear patterns on the chain components.

8. Loss of Tension: In applications where tension is crucial for proper chain engagement, a loss of tension could indicate wear or elongation.

9. Reduced Performance: If the system’s performance, such as speed or accuracy, is noticeably reduced, it could be due to chain wear affecting the overall functionality.

10. Maintenance Records: Keep detailed records of the chain’s maintenance and service life. Regularly inspect the chain and refer to maintenance records to determine if it has reached its recommended replacement interval.

When you observe any of these signs of wear, it’s important to replace the engineering chain promptly. Continuing to use a worn or damaged chain can lead to unexpected failures, production downtime, and potential damage to other system components. Regular inspections, proper lubrication, and timely replacement will ensure the reliability and longevity of the engineering chain in various industrial applications.

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What are the benefits of using an engineering chain in material handling systems?

An engineering chain offers several advantages when used in material handling systems, making it a popular choice for various industrial applications:

1. High Strength and Durability: Engineering chains are designed to withstand heavy loads and offer high tensile strength, making them ideal for material handling tasks that involve transporting heavy or bulky items.

2. Reliable Power Transmission: Engineering chains provide a reliable means of power transmission, ensuring smooth and efficient movement of materials within the handling system.

3. Versatility: These chains are available in various configurations and sizes, allowing for customization to fit different material handling equipment and conveyor systems.

4. Flexibility: Engineering chains can be used in both straight-line and curved conveyor systems, offering flexibility in designing material flow paths.

5. Low Maintenance: When properly lubricated and maintained, engineering chains have a long service life with minimal maintenance requirements, reducing downtime and overall operating costs.

6. Corrosion Resistance: For material handling systems operating in harsh environments, corrosion-resistant engineering chains, such as stainless steel chains, can be used to prevent degradation and ensure longevity.

7. Wide Range of Applications: Engineering chains are suitable for a wide range of material handling applications, including manufacturing, warehousing, distribution centers, and more.

8. Precise Control: These chains offer precise control over the movement of materials, enabling accurate positioning and synchronization in automated material handling systems.

9. Reduced Noise and Vibration: Engineering chains are designed to operate quietly and with minimal vibration, contributing to a more comfortable and quieter working environment.

10. Safety: The reliability and strength of engineering chains enhance the safety of material handling operations, reducing the risk of chain failure and related accidents.

Overall, the use of engineering chains in material handling systems ensures efficient and dependable movement of goods and materials, contributing to increased productivity, reduced downtime, and improved safety in industrial environments.

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How do engineering chains handle shock loads and impact forces?

Engineering chains are designed to handle a range of loads, including shock loads and impact forces, encountered in various industrial applications. Their ability to withstand these forces depends on several factors:

1. Material Selection: High-quality engineering chains are often made from robust materials such as alloy steel or stainless steel. These materials provide excellent strength and durability, allowing the chain to handle shock loads without permanent deformation or failure.

2. Chain Design: The design of engineering chains plays a crucial role in their ability to handle shock loads. The chain’s structure, such as the shape and size of its components, determines its load-bearing capacity and resistance to impact forces.

3. Heat Treatment: Some engineering chains undergo specific heat treatment processes to enhance their hardness and toughness. Heat-treated chains can better withstand shock loads and impact forces, making them suitable for demanding applications.

4. Fatigue Resistance: Engineering chains are designed to have good fatigue resistance, which means they can endure repeated loading cycles without failure. This property is essential for withstanding impact forces that occur intermittently in certain applications.

5. Proper Installation and Tensioning: Correct installation and appropriate tensioning of the chain are essential to ensure optimal performance under shock loads. Improper tensioning may lead to excessive stress on the chain and premature failure.

6. Chain Speed: The speed at which the chain operates can influence its ability to handle shock loads. High-speed operation may generate additional forces, so the chain must be rated to withstand these forces without exceeding its limits.

7. Regular Maintenance: Proper maintenance is crucial for extending the life of engineering chains subjected to shock loads and impact forces. Regular inspections, lubrication, and replacement of worn components are essential to keep the chain in optimal condition.

Overall, engineering chains are engineered to handle shock loads and impact forces in industrial environments. However, it is crucial to choose the right chain type, size, and material for the specific application and to follow proper installation and maintenance practices to ensure reliable and safe operation under varying load conditions.

China Standard Alloy Steel Material Zinc-Plated Engineering Industrial Transmission Conveyor Roller Chain  China Standard Alloy Steel Material Zinc-Plated Engineering Industrial Transmission Conveyor Roller Chain
editor by CX 2023-10-23

China Good quality Industrial Transmission Sugar Mill Straight Conveyor Roller Chain Alloy/Carbon Steel Engineering Chain

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CHINAMFG rollers enhance rotation on the bushing while reducing impact loads on the sprocket tooth during operation.

All components are heat treated to achieve maximum strength.

Pre-loaded during the manufacturing process to minimize initial elongation.

Hot dipped lubrication ensures 100% lubrication of all chain components to extend wear life and reduce maintenance costs.

CHAIN
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PITCH BUSH
WIDTH
ROLLER
DIA
PIN PLATE MIN.
TENSILE
STRENGTH
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TENSILE
STRENGTH
WEIGHT
d L1 L2 H t/T
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US101.6 101.60 31.80 57.15 15.88 34.40 38.40 38.10 6.40 72.3 8.20 11.67
P101.6-R47 101.60 30.00 47.00 15.88 41.00 45.00 41.00 10.00 242.0 19.40 17.98
US127 127.00 38.40 69.85 19.00 45.10 51.40 50.80 9.60 180.0 20.30 19.22
P152.4-R66.7 152.40 30.00 66.70 26.92 35.50 41.50 50.80 8.00 167.0 13.40 16.11
C9060 152.40 37.70 69.85 18.90 45.00 49.30 50.80 9.50 250.0 28.20 17.20
C 0571 1 152.40 37.70 69.85 18.90 44.90 50.30 57.20 9.50 377.9 28.20 18.74
C 0571 3 152.40 38.00 76.20 23.83 47.10 54.90 61.90 10.30 635.0 36.10 22.27
1796 152.40 37.80 69.85 76.20 73.00 22.23 43.90 53.20 57.20 9.50 444.5 33.30 18.50 19.50 19.20

Usage: Transmission Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain, Roller Chain
Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Surface Treatment: Polishing
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: 4"*6"
Structure: Roller Chain
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Can engineering chains be used in overhead or inverted applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in both overhead and inverted applications, provided they are properly selected and installed. These types of applications are common in various industries, including material handling, automotive, and food processing. Engineering chains are versatile and well-suited for such applications due to their robust construction, flexibility, and ability to handle heavy loads.

Overhead applications involve suspending the chain from overhead beams or structures, while inverted applications require the chain to run on the underside of the conveyor or equipment. Some factors to consider when using engineering chains in these applications include:

  1. Corrosion Resistance: For overhead applications in outdoor environments or areas with exposure to moisture, it is essential to use engineering chains made from corrosion-resistant materials, such as stainless steel, to prevent rust and ensure longevity.
  2. Lubrication: Proper and regular lubrication is crucial for chains in both overhead and inverted applications to reduce friction, wear, and noise levels. Lubrication also helps protect the chain from contaminants and moisture.
  3. Load Capacity: Ensure that the engineering chain selected has a sufficient load capacity to handle the weight of the conveyed materials or equipment in the application.
  4. Installation: Proper installation is critical for the smooth operation of the chain in overhead and inverted applications. Correct tensioning and alignment will help prevent premature wear and improve overall performance.
  5. Chain Speed: Consider the speed at which the chain will be running in the application, as higher speeds may require additional considerations in terms of lubrication and wear.

By taking these factors into account and following the manufacturer’s guidelines for installation, lubrication, and maintenance, engineering chains can be used effectively in overhead and inverted applications. They offer reliable and efficient power transmission and material handling solutions, making them valuable components in a wide range of industrial processes and systems.

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Can engineering chains be used in vertical lifting applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in vertical lifting applications, and they are commonly employed in various industries for this purpose. Vertical lifting applications require a reliable and robust power transmission solution, and engineering chains are well-suited to meet these demands.

1. High Load Capacity: Engineering chains are designed to handle heavy loads, making them suitable for vertical lifting applications where substantial weights need to be lifted and moved.

2. Safety Features: Many engineering chains used in lifting applications are designed with safety features, such as chain guides or guards, to prevent the chain from derailing or jumping off the sprockets during operation.

3. Controlled Motion: Engineering chains offer precise control over the lifting motion, which is crucial for vertical lifting tasks that require accuracy and stability.

4. Reliability: In vertical lifting applications, the chain must operate consistently and reliably to ensure the safety of workers and equipment. Engineering chains are known for their durability and long service life, making them a dependable choice for such critical tasks.

5. Customization: Engineering chains can be customized to fit specific vertical lifting applications. Different chain types, sizes, and attachments can be chosen to optimize performance and efficiency for a particular lifting task.

6. Lubrication: Proper lubrication is essential for engineering chains used in vertical lifting applications to minimize friction and wear, ensuring smooth and efficient operation.

7. Compliance: Depending on the industry and application, engineering chains may need to comply with specific safety standards and regulations, such as ISO or ANSI standards.

Overall, engineering chains are a reliable and versatile option for vertical lifting applications, providing the necessary strength, control, and safety required for lifting heavy loads with precision and efficiency.

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Can engineering chains be used in corrosive or harsh environments?

Yes, engineering chains can be designed and manufactured to withstand corrosive or harsh environments. When operating in such conditions, it is crucial to select the appropriate materials and coatings for the chain to ensure its durability and performance. Here are some considerations for using engineering chains in corrosive or harsh environments:

1. Material Selection: Choose materials that have high corrosion resistance, such as stainless steel or nickel-plated chains. These materials can withstand exposure to moisture, chemicals, and other corrosive agents.

2. Coatings and Surface Treatments: Applying specialized coatings or surface treatments to the chain can further enhance its corrosion resistance. Common coatings include zinc plating, chromate conversion coating, and polymer coatings.

3. Sealed Joints: Opt for engineering chains with sealed joints or special seals to protect the internal components from contaminants and moisture, reducing the risk of corrosion.

4. Environmental Ratings: Some engineering chains may come with specific environmental ratings that indicate their suitability for certain conditions. Check these ratings to ensure the chain is appropriate for the intended environment.

5. Regular Maintenance: Even with corrosion-resistant materials and coatings, regular maintenance is essential. Keep the chain clean, lubricated, and free from debris to prevent corrosion and premature wear.

6. Compatibility with Other Components: Ensure that all components in the chain system, such as sprockets and bearings, are also suitable for use in corrosive environments.

7. Temperature Considerations: Take into account the operating temperature range of the environment. Some materials may perform differently at extreme temperatures, affecting the chain’s overall performance.

8. Chemical Exposure: If the chain will be exposed to specific chemicals or substances, verify that the chosen materials and coatings are resistant to those chemicals.

By carefully selecting the right materials, coatings, and design features, engineering chains can effectively handle corrosive or harsh environments, maintaining their functionality and longevity in challenging industrial applications.

China Good quality Industrial Transmission Sugar Mill Straight Conveyor Roller Chain Alloy/Carbon Steel Engineering Chain  China Good quality Industrial Transmission Sugar Mill Straight Conveyor Roller Chain Alloy/Carbon Steel Engineering Chain
editor by CX 2023-10-19

China manufacturer Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain

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Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain
 

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1. Material: Alloy steel & Stainless steel
2. Surface treatment: Shot peening / Zinc-plated / Nickel-plated / Dacromet-plated
3. Characteristic: Chain plate hole finally passed ball extrusion to ensure maximum fatigue resistance, parts of shot peening treatment makes the chain and the sleeve has a higher fatigue strength.
 

Materials Available  1. Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, etc
2. Alloy Steel: 45Mn, 42CrMo, etc
3. OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Shot peening, Polishing, Oxygenation, Blackening, Zinc-plated, Nickel-plated, Anodized, etc.
Characteristic Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Application Agricultural machine
Design criterion ISO DIN ANSI & Customer’s Drawing
Size Customer’s Drawing & ISO standard 
Package Wooden Case / Container and pallet, or made-to-order
Certificate ISO9001: 2008 
Advantage First quality, best service, competitive price, fast delivery
Delivery Time 20 days for samples. 45 days for official order.

 

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Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Sample: for Free
Transport Package: Plastic Bag+Carton Box+Plywood Case
Specification: S55K1, S62A2K1
Trademark: made-to-order
Origin: China
Samples:
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How do engineering chains handle misalignment between sprockets?

Engineering chains are designed to handle some degree of misalignment between sprockets. Misalignment can occur due to various factors such as improper installation, wear and elongation of the chain, or inaccuracies in the machinery. While some misalignment is inevitable in many industrial applications, excessive misalignment should be avoided to ensure optimal chain performance and longevity.

Here’s how engineering chains handle misalignment:

  1. Flexible Construction: Engineering chains are constructed with flexible components such as pins, rollers, and bushings. This design allows the chain to adapt to minor misalignments without putting excessive stress on the chain or sprockets.
  2. Articulating Joints: The articulating joints in the chain allow it to articulate smoothly around the sprockets, accommodating minor misalignment during the rotation. This helps reduce wear on the chain and sprockets.
  3. Tolerance for Misalignment: Manufacturers provide specifications for the allowable misalignment between sprockets. Engineering chains are designed to handle a certain level of misalignment within these tolerances without significantly affecting their performance.
  4. Proper Installation: Correct installation of the engineering chain is crucial to minimizing misalignment issues. Ensuring proper tension, alignment, and center-to-center distance between sprockets can help reduce misalignment and prolong chain life.
  5. Regular Maintenance: Regular maintenance, including chain inspection and lubrication, can help identify and address misalignment issues early on. Promptly correcting misalignment can prevent further damage and ensure efficient chain operation.
  6. Alignment Devices: In some cases, alignment devices or tools may be used during installation to ensure accurate alignment between the sprockets. These devices can help improve chain performance and reduce wear caused by misalignment.

It is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for chain installation, maintenance, and alignment to optimize the performance and service life of engineering chains. Addressing misalignment issues promptly and keeping the chain in proper working condition will contribute to the overall reliability and efficiency of the machinery or equipment in which the chain is used.

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Can engineering chains be used in vertical lifting applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in vertical lifting applications, and they are commonly employed in various industries for this purpose. Vertical lifting applications require a reliable and robust power transmission solution, and engineering chains are well-suited to meet these demands.

1. High Load Capacity: Engineering chains are designed to handle heavy loads, making them suitable for vertical lifting applications where substantial weights need to be lifted and moved.

2. Safety Features: Many engineering chains used in lifting applications are designed with safety features, such as chain guides or guards, to prevent the chain from derailing or jumping off the sprockets during operation.

3. Controlled Motion: Engineering chains offer precise control over the lifting motion, which is crucial for vertical lifting tasks that require accuracy and stability.

4. Reliability: In vertical lifting applications, the chain must operate consistently and reliably to ensure the safety of workers and equipment. Engineering chains are known for their durability and long service life, making them a dependable choice for such critical tasks.

5. Customization: Engineering chains can be customized to fit specific vertical lifting applications. Different chain types, sizes, and attachments can be chosen to optimize performance and efficiency for a particular lifting task.

6. Lubrication: Proper lubrication is essential for engineering chains used in vertical lifting applications to minimize friction and wear, ensuring smooth and efficient operation.

7. Compliance: Depending on the industry and application, engineering chains may need to comply with specific safety standards and regulations, such as ISO or ANSI standards.

Overall, engineering chains are a reliable and versatile option for vertical lifting applications, providing the necessary strength, control, and safety required for lifting heavy loads with precision and efficiency.

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Can engineering chains handle heavy loads and high torque requirements?

Yes, engineering chains are designed to handle heavy loads and high torque requirements, making them well-suited for various industrial applications that demand robust power transmission capabilities. The construction and materials used in engineering chains ensure their ability to withstand the stresses and forces associated with heavy loads and high torque.

Engineering chains are commonly used in heavy machinery, mining equipment, construction machinery, and other applications where substantial power transmission is necessary. Their sturdy design and precise engineering allow them to efficiently transmit power and handle the forces generated during operation.

The load capacity and torque-handling capabilities of engineering chains can vary depending on their design, size, and material. Manufacturers provide technical specifications and load ratings for different engineering chain types, enabling users to select the appropriate chain based on their specific application requirements.

In summary, engineering chains are well-equipped to handle heavy loads and high torque requirements, making them reliable and effective components in industrial systems that demand strength, durability, and efficient power transmission.

China manufacturer Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain  China manufacturer Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain
editor by CX 2023-10-12

China Standard Drive Roller Conveyor Leaf Hollow Pin Industrial Chain Elevator Silent Hoisting Pintle Cast Stainless Steel Duplex Engineering Drag Link Agricultural Escalator

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Drive Roller Conveyor Leaf Hollow Pin Industrial Chain Elevator Silent Hoisting Pintle Cast Stainless Steel Duplex Engineering Drag Link Agricultural Escalator 

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transmission chain  (Driving Chain) Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain (A Series)(1,2,3) 04C-1  06C-1-2-3  085-1-2-3  08A-1-2-3  10A-1-2-3  12A-1-2-3  16A-1-2-3  20A-1-2-3  24A-1-2-3  28A-1-2-3  32A-1-2-3  40A-1-2-3  48A-1-2-3
25 35 35-2 35-3 -2 40-3 50 50-2-50-3 60 60-2 60-3 80 80-2 80-3 100 100-2  100-3 120 120-2 120-3 140 140-2 160 160-2 -2  240
Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain (B Series)(1,2,3) 06B-1-2-3 06B-1-2-3 08B-1-2-3  10B-1-2-3  12B-1-2-3  16B-1-2-3 20B-1-2-3 24B-1-2-3  28B-1-2-3  32B-1-2-3  40B-1-2-3  48B-1-2-3  56B-1-2-3   64B-1-2-3  72B-1-2-3
Heavy Duty Series Roller Chain(1,2) 08AH-1  10AH-1  12AH-1-2-3  16AH-1-2-3  20AH-1-2-3  24AH-1-2-3  28AH-1-2-3  32AH-1-2-3  40AH-1-2-3
Side Bow Chain 40SB 43SB  50SB  60SB  63SB 80SB 08BSB 08BSBY1  10BSB  12BSB  C2050SB
Motorcycle Chain 410  415  415H  420  420H  428  428H  520  520H  525  525H  530  530H  630  630H
Engine Mechanism Chain    (Timing Chain) CL04
Self-Lubrication Roller Chain 08BSLR  10BSLR 12BSLR 16BSLR 40SLR 50SLR 60SLR 80SLR
Double Pitch Transmission Chain 208A  208B 210A  210B  212A  212B  216A  216B  220A  220B
2040  2050  2060 2080  2100
Bush Chain P15F-B  P20-B  P25-B  P25F1-B P30F2-B  P36-B  P40-B  P45-B  P50-B P55-B P60-B  P70-B  P80-B
Conveyor Chain Roller Chains With Straight Side Plates (A Series) C08A-1-2-3  C10A-1-2-3  C12-1-2-3  C24A-1-2-3  C32A-1-2-3
C35  C40-1-2-3  C50-1-2-3  C80-1-2-3  C100-1-2-3  C120-1-2-3  C140-1-2-3  C160-1-2-3
Roller Chains With Straight Side Plates (B Series) C08B-1-2-3  C10B-1-2-3  C12B-1-2-3  C16-1-2-3  C20B-1-2-3  C24B-1-2-3  C28B-1-2-3  C32B-1-2-3
Double Pitch Conveyor Chain C208A  C208AH  C208B C208BL  C210A  C210AL  C212A   C212AH   C212AHL  C216A  C216AL  C216AH  C216AHL  C220A  C220AL  C220AH  C220AHL  C224A  C224AL  C224AH  C224AHL  C232A  C232AL  C232AH  C232AHL
C2050  C2052  C2060  C2062  C2060H  C2080  C2080H  C2082  C2082H C2100  C2100H  C2102  C2102H  C2120  C2120H  C2122  C2122H  C2160  C2160H  C2162  C2162H
Double Pius Speed Chain BS25-C206B  BS25-C208A  BS25-C210A  BS25-C212A  BS30-C206B  BS30-C208B  BS30-C210B  BS30-C212B
Conveyor Chain (M Series) M20  M28  M40  M56  M80
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (MC Series) MC28  MC56  MC112  MC224
Conveyor Chain (FV Series) FV40  FV63  FV90  FV112  FV140
Conveyor Chain (FVT Series) FVT40  FVT63  FVT90  FVT112  FVT140  FVT180  FVT250  FVT315
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (FVC Series) FVC63  FVC90  FVC112  FVC140  FVC180  FVC250  FVC315
Conveyor Chain (Z Series) Z40  Z100  Z160  Z300
Conveyor Chain (ZE Series) ZE40  ZE100  ZE160  ZE300
Hollow Pin Conveyor Chain (ZC Series) ZC21  ZC40  ZC60  ZC150  ZC300
Hollow Pin Chains 08BHPF  08BHPF5 08BHP9 10BHPF3 10BHPF4 12BHPF2 12BHPF3 16BHPF3  16BHPF4  40HP 08BHPF7  08BHP  50HP  50HPF4  50H-HP  60HP  60HPF1  80HP  80HPF1  80HPF2  80H-HP  80HPF3  80HPF4  HB41.75F5  A2080HP
Welded-type cranked link chains WR78  WH78  WR82  WH82  WR106  WH106  WR110  WH110  WR111  WH111  WR124  WH124  WR132  WH132  WR150  WH150  WR155  WH155  WR157  WH157  WR78F5  WH78F4  WH124F1  WH111F1
Palm oil Chains P101.6F2  P152F14  P152F17  P152F29  90R-S  P101.6F64  P76.7  P152F31
Sugar mill chains DH9063  DH2198  P152F93K2  P152F78K2  DH 0571 0  DH1796  P152F77-AS2  P203.2F9
Rubber gloves carrier chains P100F155  P100F13   P100F139  P150/90
Lumber conveyor chains 81X  81XH  81XHE  81XHH  81XHS  500R  441.100R
Sharp top chains 08AF34  08BF21  10AF8  41F6  06BF1  06BF37  08AF41  08BF44  08AF8…
Stainless Steel Chain Stainless Steel Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain(A Series) 25SS-1  35SS-1  41SS-1  40SS-1  50SS-1  60SS-1  80SS-1  100SS-1  120SS-1
Stainless Steel Short Pitch Precision Roller Chain(B Series) 05BSS-1  06BSS-1  08BSS-1  10BSS-1  12BSS-1  16BSS-1  20BSS-1  24BSS-1
Stainless Steel Roller Chain With Straight Side Plates C40SS-1  C50SS-1  C60SS-1  C80SS-1  C100SS-1  C120SS-1  C08BSS-1  C10BSS-1  C12BSS-1  C16BSS-1  C20BSS-1  C24BSS-1
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Transmission Chain 2040SS  2050SS  2060SS  2080SS  2100SS  2120SS  208BSS  210BSS  212BSS  216BSS  220BSS  224BSS
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Conveyor Chain C2040SS  C2040HSS  C208BSS  C2050SS  C2060SS  C2060HSS  C2080SS  C2080HSS  C2100SS  C2100HSS C2120SS  C2120HSS
Stainless Steel Hollow Pin Chain 08BHFSS  40HPSS  50HPSS  60HPSS  12BHPSS  80HPSS  C2040HPSS  C2050HPSS  C2060HPSS  C2080HPSS  HB50.8SS
Stainless Steel Double Pitch Hollow Pin Chain C2042HPSS  C2052HPSS  C2062HPSS  C2082HPSS  C2042H-HPSS  C2052H-HPSS  C2062H-HPSS  C2082H-HPSS
Lifting Chain Car Parking Chain 12AT-1 16AT-1-2  20AT-1-2-3  24AT-1-2
Leaf Chain LH0822  LH0823  LH571  LH0844  LH0846  LH 0571   LH1571   LH1571   LH1034   LH1044   LH1046   LH1066   LH1088   LH1222   LH1223  LH1234  LH1244  LH1246  LH1266  LH1288
BL422  BL423  BL434  BL444  BL446  BL466  BL488  BL522  BL523  BL534  BL544  BL546  BL566  BL588  BL622  BL623  BL634  BL644  BL646  BL666  BL688
Multiple Plate Bearing Pin Chain LF30  MP50F2   MP50.8   MP70F1   MP70F2   MP70F3   MP80F1   MP90F1   MP90F2   MP110F1
Rollerless Lift Chain 45-1  55-1  65-1  85-1  105-1  125-1  145-1  165-1
Agricultural Chain S Type Steel Agricultural Chain & Attachments S32  S42  S45  S52  S55  S62  S77  S88  A550  A620
C Type Steel Agricultural Chain with Attachments CA550  CA550/S55  CA555  CA550HD  CA550V  CA557  CA620  CA2801  38.1R  38.4R  38.4V  38.4VB
Rice Harvester Chain S3558T-48001  S3558T-48002
Drop Forged Chain Series Drop Forged Rivetless Chain Imperial: 80H  X348   X458  468H  X658  X678  678  698  998  9118  S348  S458  S678  S698  S9118, Metric system: XT100  XT160
Cast Detachable Chain 55  57  62  74  78
Steel Detachable Chain 25  32  32W  51  52  55  62
Cast Iron Chain Cast Iron Chain (C Series) C55  C55L  C77  C188  C188L  C102B  C111  C131  C132
Cast Iron Chain (H Series) H60  H78  H82  H110
Cast Iron Chain (4 Series) 462  477  488  4103  720  720S  730
Cast Iron Chain BRH188 BRH188  C188CP  C102B-K2  C55A  C55B  C55D  CC600  H78A  H78B  H130  H138  MC33  103  4103F29  907-E51
Welded chains WR78  WH78  WR82  WH82   WR124  WH124
Forging Hanging Chain X228  X348  X458  X678  698

 

Our Advantages

 

1. The material shall be 40Cr or above alloy steel
2. All raw materials are customized by large domestic steel plants. Before entering the plant, secondary tests are carried out to ensure stable and controllable product materials.
3. The basic amount of chain parts have realized white motion and CNC-controlled production
4. Mesh belt furnaces, infiltration, high frequency, etc., are used for heat treatment to make the chain plate and shaft sleeve reach the working state. The quenching medium is made of Korean Dragon base oil
5. Professional inspection personnel are assigned to inspect each level to ensure the product quality
6. Over 20 years of operation, we have accumulated a lot of practical experience, especially in the non-standard chain leading city, which enjoys a good reputation in the industry

 

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Company Profile

The company mainly produces a variety of A and B series of short pitch precision roller chains for transmission, double pitch transmission chains, double pitch conveying roller accessories, short pitch conveying roller chain accessories, stereo garage chains, pin chains, double speed chains, scraper chain, pumping unit chain, sugar machinery particular chain, hollow pin roller chain and sleeve chain, large roller conveying chain and accessories, ZGS38 combine chain and accessories, S-type C-type steel agricultural machinery chain and accessories, conveyor chain, beer and beverage machinery conveyor chain, side bend flat top conveyor chain, brown oil press conveyor chain, etc. – series.

Our company has Ward, Yangli, and other precision stamping equipment. CHINAMFG laser cutting machine, automatic submerged arc welding machine, and other cutting equipment. XH precision leveling equipment, DM high-speed circular saw machine, CNC lathe, heavy double-end square milling machine, and other machining equipment. Fully automatic mesh belt quenching line, well-type gas carburizing furnace, vacuum mold furnace, high-frequency furnace, and other heat treatment equipment, lifting and hanging shot blasting machine barrel, and other surface treatment equipment.

Our company has a CHINAMFG technical force, advanced technology, a short development cycle of new products, and complete and perfect testing. The products are sold all over the world.

 

Usage: Transmission Chain, Drag Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain
Material: Iron
Surface Treatment: Oil Blooming
Feature: Oil Resistant
Chain Size: 1/2"*3/32"
Structure: Roller Chain
Samples:
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What are the noise and vibration characteristics of engineering chains?

Engineering chains, like other types of roller chains, can produce noise and vibrations during their operation. The noise and vibration characteristics of engineering chains depend on several factors:

  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the chain can help reduce friction between the chain’s components, leading to smoother operation and lower noise levels.
  • Chain Condition: A well-maintained chain with proper tension and minimal wear is likely to produce less noise and vibration compared to a worn or damaged chain.
  • Alignment: Proper alignment of the sprockets and the chain is essential to minimize lateral forces, which can contribute to increased noise and vibration.
  • Load and Speed: Heavier loads and higher speeds can increase the dynamic forces within the chain, leading to more pronounced noise and vibration.
  • Environmental Factors: External factors, such as temperature, humidity, and contaminants, can influence the chain’s noise and vibration characteristics.

Chain noise and vibration can be managed through various measures:

  • Chain Design: Some chains are designed with noise reduction features, such as special profile plates or noise-dampening materials.
  • Lubrication: Using high-quality and appropriate lubricants can help reduce friction and noise.
  • Tensioning: Properly tensioned chains experience less vibration and are less likely to produce noise.
  • Maintenance: Regular inspection and maintenance can identify and address any issues that may contribute to increased noise and vibration.
  • Isolation: In some applications, adding vibration isolators or dampeners can help reduce the transmission of noise and vibrations to surrounding structures.

It’s important to consider the specific requirements of the application and consult with chain manufacturers or experts to select the most suitable engineering chain and implement noise and vibration mitigation strategies when necessary.

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How do engineering chains handle product accumulation and spacing in conveyor systems?

In conveyor systems, product accumulation and spacing are essential considerations to ensure smooth and efficient material handling. Engineering chains play a crucial role in managing product flow and maintaining proper spacing between items. Here’s how they handle these tasks:

1. Accumulation: Engineering chains can be designed with special attachments that allow for product accumulation. These attachments create zones on the conveyor where products can accumulate without interrupting the overall conveyor operation. The accumulation zones are usually equipped with sensors or photo eyes to detect product presence and control the chain’s movement, preventing collisions and jams.

2. Spacing: To achieve proper spacing between products on the conveyor, engineering chains may be equipped with specially designed attachments or guides. These guides ensure that each item is evenly spaced from the one in front of it, preventing product collisions and maintaining a consistent flow. The spacing between products can be adjusted by modifying the length of the conveyor or changing the attachment configuration on the chain.

3. Timing and Synchronization: In automated conveyor systems, engineering chains are often used to synchronize the movement of products. Through precise control and positioning, the chain ensures that items are released at the correct intervals, maintaining the desired spacing and preventing congestion.

4. Low Back Pressure: Engineering chains can be designed with low back pressure accumulation, which allows products to accumulate while maintaining gentle contact with each other. This reduces the risk of damage to delicate or sensitive items and improves overall product handling.

5. Diverter and Merge Solutions: Engineering chains can incorporate diverters and merge units to redirect products to different conveyor lines while maintaining proper spacing. These units efficiently manage product flow and distribution in complex conveyor systems.

6. Customization: Manufacturers can customize engineering chains to suit specific product sizes, weights, and handling requirements. This ensures optimal performance and reduces the risk of jams or disruptions in the conveyor system.

Overall, engineering chains are integral components in conveyor systems, enabling effective product accumulation and spacing. Their precise control, customizability, and synchronization capabilities contribute to the smooth and efficient operation of material handling processes in various industries.

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How does an engineering chain differ from a standard roller chain?

Engineering chains and standard roller chains share similarities in terms of their basic design, consisting of interconnected links that engage with sprockets for power transmission. However, there are key differences between the two types of chains:

  • Application: Standard roller chains, also known as transmission chains, are primarily used for power transmission in industrial applications. They are commonly found in machinery, automotive, and other power transmission systems. On the other hand, engineering chains have a broader range of applications and are specifically designed for various industrial uses beyond pure power transmission.
  • Design and Construction: Engineering chains are available in different configurations and materials to meet specific industrial needs. They come in various types like drag chains, apron chains, leaf chains, and more, each tailored for a particular application, such as material handling, lifting, or conveying. Standard roller chains have a more standardized design with cylindrical rollers, providing smooth motion in power transmission applications.
  • Attachments: Engineering chains often feature attachments or extended pins that allow for the connection of specialized components or accessories. These attachments can be used for carrying loads, attaching products, or facilitating specific tasks in industrial processes. Standard roller chains, on the other hand, typically do not come with attachments.
  • Load Capacity: Engineering chains are designed to handle a wide range of loads, including heavy loads, abrasive materials, and harsh environmental conditions. They are built to withstand the demands of rugged industrial settings. Standard roller chains are suitable for general power transmission applications and may not be as robust as engineering chains in challenging environments.
  • Specialty Chains: Engineering chains include various specialty chains that cater to specific industries and applications, such as mining, agriculture, escalators, and more. Standard roller chains do not have the same diversity of specialized variants.

In summary, engineering chains are more versatile and adaptable, tailored to a broader range of industrial applications beyond power transmission. They offer a wider variety of designs, materials, and attachments to suit specific needs, making them suitable for demanding and specialized tasks in various industries.

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China Standard Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain

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Factory Price Alloy Material High Strength Engineering Industrial Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Chain
 

Product Description


1. Material: Alloy steel & Stainless steel
2. Surface treatment: Shot peening / Zinc-plated / Nickel-plated / Dacromet-plated
3. Characteristic: Chain plate hole finally passed ball extrusion to ensure maximum fatigue resistance, parts of shot peening treatment makes the chain and the sleeve has a higher fatigue strength.
 

Materials Available  1. Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, etc
2. Alloy Steel: 45Mn, 42CrMo, etc
3. OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Shot peening, Polishing, Oxygenation, Blackening, Zinc-plated, Nickel-plated, Anodized, etc.
Characteristic Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Application Agricultural machine
Design criterion ISO DIN ANSI & Customer’s Drawing
Size Customer’s Drawing & ISO standard 
Package Wooden Case / Container and pallet, or made-to-order
Certificate ISO9001: 2008 
Advantage First quality, best service, competitive price, fast delivery
Delivery Time 20 days for samples. 45 days for official order.

 

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Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Sample: for Free
Transport Package: Plastic Bag+Carton Box+Plywood Case
Specification: S55K1, S62A2K1
Trademark: made-to-order
Origin: China
Samples:
US$ 0/Meter
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Customization:
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How do engineering chains handle misalignment between sprockets?

Engineering chains are designed to handle some degree of misalignment between sprockets. Misalignment can occur due to various factors such as improper installation, wear and elongation of the chain, or inaccuracies in the machinery. While some misalignment is inevitable in many industrial applications, excessive misalignment should be avoided to ensure optimal chain performance and longevity.

Here’s how engineering chains handle misalignment:

  1. Flexible Construction: Engineering chains are constructed with flexible components such as pins, rollers, and bushings. This design allows the chain to adapt to minor misalignments without putting excessive stress on the chain or sprockets.
  2. Articulating Joints: The articulating joints in the chain allow it to articulate smoothly around the sprockets, accommodating minor misalignment during the rotation. This helps reduce wear on the chain and sprockets.
  3. Tolerance for Misalignment: Manufacturers provide specifications for the allowable misalignment between sprockets. Engineering chains are designed to handle a certain level of misalignment within these tolerances without significantly affecting their performance.
  4. Proper Installation: Correct installation of the engineering chain is crucial to minimizing misalignment issues. Ensuring proper tension, alignment, and center-to-center distance between sprockets can help reduce misalignment and prolong chain life.
  5. Regular Maintenance: Regular maintenance, including chain inspection and lubrication, can help identify and address misalignment issues early on. Promptly correcting misalignment can prevent further damage and ensure efficient chain operation.
  6. Alignment Devices: In some cases, alignment devices or tools may be used during installation to ensure accurate alignment between the sprockets. These devices can help improve chain performance and reduce wear caused by misalignment.

It is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for chain installation, maintenance, and alignment to optimize the performance and service life of engineering chains. Addressing misalignment issues promptly and keeping the chain in proper working condition will contribute to the overall reliability and efficiency of the machinery or equipment in which the chain is used.

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How do engineering chains perform in dusty or dirty environments?

In dusty or dirty environments, engineering chains face unique challenges due to the presence of contaminants that can affect their performance and longevity. However, many engineering chains are designed to handle such harsh conditions, and their performance can be enhanced with proper maintenance and considerations.

1. Sealing and Protection: Some engineering chains come with specialized seals or protective coatings to prevent dust, dirt, and other contaminants from entering the chain’s internal components. These seals help maintain the integrity of the lubrication and reduce the risk of abrasive particles causing wear.

2. Lubrication: Proper and regular lubrication is essential for engineering chains operating in dusty environments. Lubrication helps reduce friction and wear, flushing out contaminants that may have entered the chain. It’s crucial to use lubricants suitable for dusty conditions to prevent excessive buildup of dirt and debris.

3. Cleaning and Maintenance: Regular cleaning and maintenance are crucial to keep the chain functioning optimally in dirty environments. Removing accumulated dirt and debris helps prevent abrasive wear and elongation of the chain.

4. Material Selection: Choosing the right materials for the chain is vital for dusty environments. Chains with corrosion-resistant coatings or made from stainless steel can better withstand the abrasive nature of dust and dirt.

5. Chain Design: The design of the engineering chain can also influence its performance in dusty environments. Some chains have self-cleaning features or specific geometry that helps shed dirt and debris during operation.

6. Regular Inspection: Regular visual inspection of the chain can help identify signs of wear and contamination early on, allowing for timely maintenance or replacement.

7. Environmental Considerations: Understanding the specific conditions of the dusty environment is essential for selecting the most suitable engineering chain. Factors such as temperature, humidity, and the type of contaminants present should be taken into account.

8. Ingress Protection (IP) Rating: In certain industries, such as food processing or pharmaceuticals, engineering chains with specific IP ratings may be required to ensure compliance with hygiene and cleanliness standards.

In conclusion, engineering chains can perform well in dusty or dirty environments if properly selected, installed, and maintained. Regular cleaning, lubrication, and inspection are essential to ensure optimal performance and extend the chain’s service life in such challenging conditions.

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Are there any special considerations for lubricating engineering chains?

Yes, proper lubrication is essential for the optimal performance and longevity of engineering chains. Here are some special considerations to keep in mind when lubricating engineering chains:

1. Lubricant Selection: Choose the appropriate lubricant based on the chain’s operating conditions, speed, load, and environmental factors. Different applications may require different types of lubricants, such as oil-based or grease-based lubricants.

2. Correct Lubrication Amount: Applying the right amount of lubricant is crucial. Insufficient lubrication can lead to increased friction and wear, while excessive lubrication can attract contaminants and cause the chain to sling off excess grease or oil.

3. Regular Lubrication: Implement a regular lubrication schedule to ensure the chain is consistently lubricated. Frequent lubrication can help reduce friction and wear, extending the chain’s service life.

4. Lubrication Method: The method of lubrication will depend on the chain design and accessibility. Some chains have built-in lubrication systems, while others may require manual lubrication using oilers or grease guns.

5. Cleanliness: Before lubrication, make sure the chain is clean and free from debris. Cleaning the chain helps prevent abrasive particles from becoming trapped in the lubricant, which could accelerate wear.

6. Avoid Contaminants: Keep lubricants and lubrication equipment free from contaminants to maintain the purity and effectiveness of the lubricant.

7. Environmental Factors: Consider the operating environment when selecting a lubricant. High temperatures, moisture, and harsh chemicals can affect the lubricant’s performance, so choose one that can withstand these conditions.

8. Reapplication: In some applications, the lubricant may wear off or become contaminated more quickly. Regularly monitor the chain’s lubrication condition and reapply lubricant as needed.

9. Training and Safety: Ensure that personnel involved in the lubrication process are properly trained in handling lubricants safely and efficiently.

By following these special considerations, you can optimize the performance and reliability of engineering chains through effective lubrication, reducing wear and extending the chain’s useful life in various industrial applications.

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China Best Sales Good Service High Precision Machinery Engineering Industrial Competitive Price Agricultural Chain with Attachment

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Good Service High Precision Machinery Engineering Industrial Competitive Price Agricultural Chain with Attachment
 

Product Description


1. Material: Alloy steel & Stainless steel
2. Surface treatment: Shot peening / Zinc-plated / Nickel-plated / Dacromet-plated
3. Characteristic: Chain plate hole finally passed ball extrusion to ensure maximum fatigue resistance, parts of shot peening treatment makes the chain and the sleeve has a higher fatigue strength.
 

Materials Available  1. Stainless Steel: SS304, SS316, etc
2. Alloy Steel: 45Mn, 42CrMo, etc
3. OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Shot peening, Polishing, Oxygenation, Blackening, Zinc-plated, Nickel-plated, Anodized, etc.
Characteristic Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Application Agricultural machine
Design criterion ISO DIN ANSI & Customer’s Drawing
Size Customer’s Drawing & ISO standard 
Package Wooden Case / Container and pallet, or made-to-order
Certificate ISO9001: 2008 
Advantage First quality, best service, competitive price, fast delivery
Delivery Time 20 days for samples. 45 days for official order.

 

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Company Profile

Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Sample: for Free
Transport Package: Plastic Bag+Carton Box+Plywood Case
Specification: S55K1, S62A2K1
Trademark: made-to-order
Origin: China
Samples:
US$ 0/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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What are the limitations of using engineering chains in certain applications?

While engineering chains are versatile and widely used in various industries, they do have some limitations that should be considered when selecting them for specific applications:

  • Speed Limitations: Engineering chains have a maximum recommended speed limit. High-speed applications may require specialized high-speed chains that are designed to reduce vibration and noise and maintain reliable performance at elevated speeds.
  • Temperature Sensitivity: Extreme temperatures can affect the performance of engineering chains. In high-temperature environments, chains may experience accelerated wear and reduced strength. Similarly, in cryogenic conditions, the chain’s materials may become brittle and prone to breakage.
  • Chemical Exposure: Exposure to corrosive chemicals or harsh environments can lead to chain degradation. Engineering chains used in such conditions should be made from materials that offer corrosion resistance or be appropriately coated to withstand chemical exposure.
  • Shock Loads: While engineering chains can handle moderate shock loads and impact forces, excessive or sudden shock loads can cause chain failure. In applications with significant shock loads, additional measures such as shock-absorbing devices may be required.
  • Maintenance Requirements: Engineering chains require regular maintenance, including proper lubrication and periodic inspection for wear and damage. Failure to maintain the chains can result in premature wear and unexpected failures.
  • Alignment: Engineering chains may not perform optimally in applications with misaligned sprockets. Proper alignment is essential to ensure smooth operation and prevent excessive wear.
  • Environmental Contaminants: Dust, dirt, and debris in certain environments, such as construction sites or agricultural fields, can accumulate on the chain and sprockets, leading to accelerated wear and reduced chain life.
  • Load Capacity: While engineering chains have excellent load-carrying capabilities, applications with extremely high loads may require customized or heavy-duty chains to meet the specific requirements.

Understanding the limitations of engineering chains allows engineers and designers to make informed decisions when selecting the most suitable chain type for their applications. By considering factors like speed, temperature, chemical exposure, shock loads, and maintenance requirements, one can ensure the reliable and efficient performance of engineering chains in various industrial settings.

engineering chain

How do engineering chains handle product accumulation and spacing in conveyor systems?

In conveyor systems, product accumulation and spacing are essential considerations to ensure smooth and efficient material handling. Engineering chains play a crucial role in managing product flow and maintaining proper spacing between items. Here’s how they handle these tasks:

1. Accumulation: Engineering chains can be designed with special attachments that allow for product accumulation. These attachments create zones on the conveyor where products can accumulate without interrupting the overall conveyor operation. The accumulation zones are usually equipped with sensors or photo eyes to detect product presence and control the chain’s movement, preventing collisions and jams.

2. Spacing: To achieve proper spacing between products on the conveyor, engineering chains may be equipped with specially designed attachments or guides. These guides ensure that each item is evenly spaced from the one in front of it, preventing product collisions and maintaining a consistent flow. The spacing between products can be adjusted by modifying the length of the conveyor or changing the attachment configuration on the chain.

3. Timing and Synchronization: In automated conveyor systems, engineering chains are often used to synchronize the movement of products. Through precise control and positioning, the chain ensures that items are released at the correct intervals, maintaining the desired spacing and preventing congestion.

4. Low Back Pressure: Engineering chains can be designed with low back pressure accumulation, which allows products to accumulate while maintaining gentle contact with each other. This reduces the risk of damage to delicate or sensitive items and improves overall product handling.

5. Diverter and Merge Solutions: Engineering chains can incorporate diverters and merge units to redirect products to different conveyor lines while maintaining proper spacing. These units efficiently manage product flow and distribution in complex conveyor systems.

6. Customization: Manufacturers can customize engineering chains to suit specific product sizes, weights, and handling requirements. This ensures optimal performance and reduces the risk of jams or disruptions in the conveyor system.

Overall, engineering chains are integral components in conveyor systems, enabling effective product accumulation and spacing. Their precise control, customizability, and synchronization capabilities contribute to the smooth and efficient operation of material handling processes in various industries.

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Can engineering chains be used in high-speed applications?

Yes, engineering chains can be used in high-speed applications, but their suitability depends on various factors. While some engineering chains are designed to handle high-speed operation, others may not be suitable for such applications. Here are some considerations:

1. Chain Type: Different types of engineering chains have varying capabilities when it comes to high-speed operation. For example, roller chains are commonly used in industrial applications and can handle moderate to high speeds efficiently. On the other hand, conveyor chains or specialty chains may have limitations on speed due to their design and intended use.

2. Manufacturer Specifications: Check the manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations for the engineering chain you plan to use. Manufacturers often provide maximum allowable speeds for their chains based on factors such as chain size, material, and construction.

3. Lubrication and Maintenance: Proper lubrication and maintenance are critical for high-speed applications. Adequate lubrication reduces friction and wear, allowing the chain to operate smoothly at higher speeds. Regular maintenance ensures that the chain remains in good condition and minimizes the risk of unexpected failures.

4. Load and Tension: High-speed applications can place additional loads and tension on the engineering chain. It is essential to ensure that the chain can handle the increased loads and tension without stretching excessively or experiencing premature wear.

5. Environmental Conditions: Consider the environmental factors that may affect the chain’s performance at high speeds. Temperature, humidity, and the presence of contaminants can impact the chain’s wear and durability.

6. Safety Considerations: High-speed applications require careful consideration of safety measures. Ensure that all safety guidelines and regulations are followed to prevent accidents or injuries resulting from chain failure.

In summary, engineering chains can be used in high-speed applications, but it is essential to select the appropriate chain type and ensure proper maintenance and lubrication. Consulting with chain manufacturers or experts can help you determine the most suitable engineering chain for your specific high-speed application, ensuring safe and reliable operation.

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editor by CX 2023-09-19