China OEM Power Transmission Long Pitch Conveyor Chain for Machines Parts

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OUR PRODUCTS LIST:
A and B series single/double/triple standard roller chain and no-standard roller chain

DIN/ISO ANSI Pitch Roller Width Pin Pin Lnner Plate Ultimate Average weight
KIN/ISO ANSL     between diameter length plate thick tensile tensile per
Chain Chain     inner plates       depth -ness strength strength meter
No. No. P d1 b1 d2 L Lc h2 T Q Q0 q
    max min max max max max max min
    mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm kN/LB kN kg/m
*03C *15 4.7625 2.48 2.38 1.62 6.1 6.9 4.3 0.6 1.80/409 2 0.08
*04C-1 *25 6.35 3.3 3.18 2.31 7.9 8.4 6 0.8 3.50/795 4.6 0.15
*06C-1 *35 9.525 5.08 4.77 3.58 12.4 13.17 9 1.3 7.90/1795 10.8 0.33
085-1 41 12.7 7.77 6.25 3.58 13.75 15 9.91 1.3 6.67/1516 12.6 0.41
08A-1 40 12.7 7.95 7.85 3.96 16.6 17.8 12 1.5 14.10/3205 17.5 0.62
10A-1 50 15.875 10.16 9.4 5.08 20.7 22.2 15.09 2.03 22.20/5045 29.4 1.02
12A-1 60 19.05 11.91 12.57 5.94 25.9 27.7 18 2.42 31.80/7227 41.5 1.5
16A-1 80 25.4 15.88 15.75 7.92 32.7 35 24 3.25 59.70/12886 69.4 2.6
20A-1 100 31.75 19.05 18.9 9.53 40.4 44.7 30 4 88.50/20114 109.2 3.91
24A-1 120 38.1 22.23 25.22 11.1 50.3 54.3 35.7 4.8 127.00/28864 156.3 5.62
28A-1 140 44.45 25.4 25.22 12.7 54.4 59 41 5.6 172.40/39182 212 7.5
32A-1 160 50.8 28.58 31.55 14.27 64.8 69.6 47.8 6.4 226.80/51545 278.9 1.1
36A-1 180 57.15 35.71 35.48 17.46 72.8 78.6 53.6 7.2 280.20/63682 341.8 13.45
40A-1 200 63.5 39.68 37.85 19.85 80.3 87.2 60 8 353.80/80409 431.6 16.15
48A-1 240 76.2 47.63 47.35 23.81 90.5 103 72.39 9.5 51.30/115977 622.5 23.2

 

 DIN/ISO Pitch Roller Width Pin Pin Lnner Plate Ultimate Average weight
KIN/ISO     between diameter length plate thick tensile tensile per
Chain     inner plates       depth -ness strength strength meter
No. P d1 b1 d2 L Lc h2 T Q Q0 q
  max min max max max max max min
  mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm kN/LB kN kg/m
04B-1 6 4 2.8 1.85 6.8 7.8 5 0.6 3.2/682 3.2 0.11
05B-1 8 5 3 2.31 8.2 8.9 7.1 0.8 5.0/1136 5.9 0.2
*06B-1 9.525 6.35 5.72 3.28 13.15 14.1 8.2 1.3 9.0/2045 10.4 0.41
08B-1 12.7 8.51 7.75 4.45 16.7 18.2 11.8 1.6 18.0/4091 19.4 0.69
10B-1 15.875 10.16 9.65 5.08 19.5 20.9 14.7 1.7 22.4/5091 27.5 0.93
12B-1 19.05 12.07 11.68 5.72 22.5 24.2 16 1.85 29.0/6591 32.2 1.15
16B-1 25.4 15.88 17.02 8.28 36.1 37.4 21 4.15/3.1 60.0/13636 72.8 2.71
20B-1 31.75 19.05 19.56 10.19 41.3 45 26.4 4.5/3.5 95.0/21591 106.7 3.7
24B-1 38.1 25.4 25.4 14.63 53.4 57.8 33.2 6.0/4.8 160.0/36364 178 7.1
28B-1 44.45 27.94 30.99 15.9 65.1 69.5 36.7 7.5/6.0 200.0/45455 222 8.5
32B-1 50.8 29.21 30.99 17.81 66 71 42 7.0/6.0 250.0/56818 277.5 10.25
40B-1 63.5 39.37 38.1 22.89 82.2 89.2 52.96 8.5/8.0 355.0/80682 394 16.35
48B-1 76.2 48.26 45.72 29.24 99.1 107 63.8   560.0/127272 621.6 25

    

 

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Q1. What is your terms of packing?
A: Generally, we pack our goods in single color box. If you have special request about packing, pls negotiate with us in advance, we can pack the goods as your request.

Q2. What is your terms of payment?
A: T/T 30% as deposit, and 70% before delivery. We’ll show you the photos of the products and packages 
before you pay the balance. Other payments terms, pls negotiate with us in advance, we can discuss.

Q3. What is your terms of delivery?
A: EXW, FOB, CFR, CIF.

Q4. How about your delivery time?
A: Generally, it will take 25 to 30 days after receiving your advance payment. The specific delivery time depends 
on the items and the quantity of your order.

Q5. Can you produce according to the samples?
A: Yes, we can produce by your samples or technical drawings. We can build the molds and fixtures.

Q6. What is your sample policy?
A: We can supply the sample if we have ready parts in stock, but the customers have to pay the sample cost and 
the courier cost.We welcome sample order.

Q7. Do you test all your goods before delivery?
A: Yes, we have 100% test before delivery

Q8: How do you make our business long-term and good relationship?
1. We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers benefit ;
2. We respect every customer as our friend and we sincerely do business and make friends with them, 
no matter where they come from.

 

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Material: Alloy
Structure: Roller Chain
Surface Treatment: Polishing
Chain Size: 1/2"*11/128"
Feature: Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Transport Package: Non-Fumigation Wooden Box, by Air, by Ocean
Samples:
US$ 2/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

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transmission chain

How does the elongation of a transmission chain affect its lifespan?

Transmission chains are subject to gradual elongation over time as a result of wear and fatigue. The elongation of a transmission chain refers to the increase in its length due to the stretching of the chain’s components. Here’s a detailed explanation of how elongation affects the lifespan of a transmission chain:

1. Increased Slack: As a transmission chain elongates, it develops more slack between the chain links. The increased slack reduces the chain’s tension and can negatively impact its performance. Excessive slack can lead to chain skipping, misalignment, and reduced power transmission efficiency. This can cause vibrations, noise, and accelerated wear on the chain and sprockets.

2. Accelerated Wear: Elongation puts additional stress on the chain’s pins, bushings, and rollers. The increased tension and movement between the chain’s components lead to accelerated wear and fatigue. This can result in chain elongation becoming a self-perpetuating problem, as the worn components further contribute to elongation and reduced performance.

3. Decreased Load Capacity: Elongation reduces the effective pitch length of the transmission chain, resulting in decreased load-carrying capacity. The reduced load capacity can limit the chain’s ability to handle heavy loads or transmit power effectively. This can lead to premature failure or damage to the chain and associated machinery.

4. Increased Maintenance Requirements: Elongated transmission chains require more frequent maintenance and adjustment to maintain proper tension and performance. Regular monitoring and adjustment of chain tension are necessary to minimize wear, prevent excessive elongation, and ensure optimal power transmission. Failure to address elongation promptly can lead to more severe damage to the chain and other components, resulting in costly repairs and downtime.

5. Reduced Service Life: The elongation of a transmission chain directly affects its service life. As the chain elongates, its performance, efficiency, and load-carrying capacity gradually deteriorate. The rate of elongation depends on various factors such as chain quality, operating conditions, lubrication, and maintenance practices. Over time, if elongation is not addressed, the chain may become unable to perform its intended function effectively, leading to chain failure and the need for replacement.

To mitigate the negative effects of elongation and extend the lifespan of a transmission chain, regular maintenance, including proper lubrication and tension adjustment, is crucial. Periodic inspections for signs of wear, elongation, and fatigue should be conducted to identify potential issues early and take appropriate corrective measures. Additionally, selecting high-quality chains and following manufacturer recommendations for installation, operation, and maintenance can help minimize elongation and maximize the chain’s lifespan.

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How does the choice of lubricant impact the performance of a transmission chain?

The choice of lubricant plays a critical role in ensuring the optimal performance and longevity of a transmission chain. Here’s a detailed answer to the question:

1. Reduced Friction and Wear: Lubricants create a protective film between the moving parts of the transmission chain, reducing friction and wear. This helps to minimize metal-to-metal contact and prevent surface damage, extending the chain’s lifespan.

2. Enhanced Efficiency: Proper lubrication reduces energy losses due to friction, improving the overall efficiency of the transmission system. By reducing frictional resistance, the lubricant allows for smoother power transmission, reducing power consumption and increasing system efficiency.

3. Heat Dissipation: Lubricants aid in heat dissipation by absorbing and dissipating heat generated during chain operation. This helps to prevent excessive chain temperature rise, which can lead to accelerated wear, lubricant breakdown, and potential chain failure.

4. Corrosion Protection: Lubricants provide a protective barrier against moisture, humidity, and other corrosive elements. This helps to prevent rust and corrosion, which can weaken the chain and reduce its performance. Choosing a lubricant with anti-corrosion properties is essential, especially in harsh or corrosive environments.

5. Contaminant Removal: Lubricants can help remove contaminants such as dirt, dust, and debris from the chain’s contact surfaces. This prevents abrasive particles from causing premature wear and damage to the chain, ensuring smooth operation and reducing the risk of chain failure.

6. Temperature Stability: Different lubricants have varying temperature stability properties. It is crucial to select a lubricant that can maintain its viscosity and lubricating properties within the operating temperature range of the transmission chain. This ensures consistent lubrication and performance under various temperature conditions.

7. Compatibility: It is important to choose a lubricant that is compatible with the materials used in the transmission chain. Some lubricants may react with certain chain materials, leading to degradation or damage. Ensuring compatibility helps maintain the integrity of the chain and avoids any adverse effects.

8. Lubrication Interval: The choice of lubricant can also affect the lubrication interval, i.e., the frequency at which the chain needs to be relubricated. Some lubricants offer longer-lasting lubrication properties, reducing the maintenance requirements and downtime associated with frequent relubrication.

It is crucial to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and guidelines regarding lubrication for the specific transmission chain. Regular inspection, monitoring, and proper maintenance practices should be implemented to ensure the chain remains adequately lubricated for optimal performance and longevity.

transmission chain

What are the common causes of failure in transmission chains?

Transmission chains are subject to various factors that can contribute to their failure over time. Here’s a detailed explanation:

1. Insufficient Lubrication: Inadequate or improper lubrication is one of the leading causes of chain failure. Insufficient lubrication can lead to increased friction, heat generation, and accelerated wear between the chain’s components, such as pins, bushings, and rollers.

2. Contamination: Contaminants like dirt, dust, debris, and moisture can enter the chain system, affecting its performance and causing accelerated wear. Contamination can hinder proper lubrication, increase friction, and cause corrosion, leading to chain failure.

3. Overloading: Applying excessive loads beyond the chain’s rated capacity can lead to overloading, which causes stress and deformation of the chain’s components. Overloading can result in chain elongation, accelerated wear, and ultimately, chain failure.

4. Misalignment: Improper alignment of the chain and sprockets can cause uneven distribution of forces, leading to localized wear and increased stress on certain areas of the chain. Misalignment can result from incorrect installation or wear and tear of sprockets, leading to premature chain failure.

5. Fatigue: Repeated cyclic loading and stress can cause fatigue in the chain, leading to cracks, fractures, and ultimately, chain failure. Fatigue failure is more likely to occur when the chain is subjected to high-speed or high-frequency applications.

6. Corrosion: Exposure to corrosive environments, such as high humidity, chemicals, or extreme temperatures, can cause corrosion on the chain’s components. Corrosion weakens the chain’s structural integrity, leading to premature failure.

7. Poor Maintenance: Inadequate maintenance practices, such as infrequent inspections, lack of lubrication, and neglecting to address potential issues, can contribute to chain failure. Regular maintenance, including lubrication, cleaning, and proper tensioning, is essential for the longevity and reliable performance of transmission chains.

It is important to address these factors to prevent chain failure. Proper lubrication, regular inspections, cleaning, and alignment checks are essential maintenance practices. Selecting the right chain for the application, following manufacturer guidelines, and adhering to industry standards can also help mitigate the risk of failure and ensure the optimal performance and longevity of transmission chains.

China OEM Power Transmission Long Pitch Conveyor Chain for Machines Parts  China OEM Power Transmission Long Pitch Conveyor Chain for Machines Parts
editor by CX 2024-03-01