Roller chain is the form of chain most generally applied for transmis-sion of mechanical electrical power on numerous varieties of domestic, industrial and agricultural machinery, such as conveyors, printing presses, autos, motorcycles, and bicycles.
Roller chain sizes are determined by 4 primary dimensions: pitch, inside width of the roller hyperlink, roller diameter, and plate thickness. Pitch, the distance in inches among centers of adjacent ?exing joints, varieties the proportional basis for your remaining dimensions. Chain dimension is designated from the pitch dimension, and chain length is expressed with regards to pitch, or in feet and inches.
ANSI Typical
Manufactured to ANSI/ASME Normal
Prestretched and produced with sound rollers
Hot dipped lubrication after assembly to be sure right coverage
Strong Bushing Sound Roller
Dimensionally interchangeable with ANSI/ASME roller chain
Increased tensile power than ANSI/ASME specifications
2-3X put on existence of common chain
Scorching dipped lubrication
Produced with solid bushings and solid rollers
For applications that demand less stretch and better wear life than normal roller chain
Super Series
Dimensionally interchangeable with ANSI/ASME roller chain
Broad waist made side plates for higher fatigue resistance
Produced with solid bushings, solid rollers and by hardened pins
Higher optimum allowable load than typical roller chain