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Standard Conveyor Chain & Sprockets

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  1. Bucket Elevator Chain

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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