China Standard a/B Series Roller Chain Steel Stainless Transmission Conveyor Leaf Chain and Attachemnt

Product Description

Simplex stainless 304 Roller Chain (08B-1, 24B-1)
 

The most commonly used chain is roller chain or as it is also known transmission chain. These are the simplest chain drives, Used mainly for transmitting power. Can be supplied from 3mm pitch up to 4″ pitch in either mild steel or stainless steel.

 

DIN/ISO
Chain No.
Pitch Roller
Diameter
 
Width Between
Inner Plates
 
Pin Diameter
 
Pin Length
 
Inner Plate depth
 
Plate thick
ness
 
Ultimate
Tensile
Strength
 
Average
Tensile
Strength
Weight Per Meter
 
Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm kN/LB kN Kg/m
04B-1 6.000 4.00 2.80 1.85 6.80 7.80 5.00 0.60 3.0/682 3.2 0.11
05B-1 8.000 5.00 3.00 2.31 8.20 8.90 7.10 0.80 5.0/1136 5.9 0.20
*06B-1 9.525 6.35 5.72 3.28 13.15 14.10 8.20 1.30 9.0/2045 10.4 0.41
08B-1 12.700 8.51 7.75 4.45 16.70 18.20 11.80 1.60 18.0/4091 19.40 0.69
10B-1 15.875 10.16 9.65 5.09 19.50 20.90 14.70 1.70 22.4/5091 27.50 0.93
12B-1 19.050 12.07 11.68 5.72 22.50 24.2 16.00 1.85 29.0/6591 32.20 1.15
16B-1 25.400 15.88 17.02 8.28 36.10 37.4 21.00 4.15/3.1 60.0/13636 72.80 2.71
20B-1 31.750 19.05 19.56 10.19 41.30 45.0 26.40 4.5/3.5 95.0/21591 106.7 3.70
24B-1 38.100 25.40 25.40 14.63 53.40 57.80 33.20 6.0/4.8 160.0/36364 178.0 7.10
28B-1 44.450 27.94 30.99 15.90 65.10 69.50 36.70 7.5/6.0 200.0/45455 222.0 8.50
32B-1 50.800 29.21 30.99 17.81 66.00 71.0 42.00 7.0/6.0 250.0/56818 277.5 10.25
40B-1 63.50 39.37 38.10 22.89 82.20 89.2 52.96 8.5/8.0 355.0/80682 394.0 16.35
48B-1 76.20 48.26 45.72 29.24 99.10 107.0 63.80 12.0/10.0 560.0/127272 621.6 25.00
56B-1 88.90 53.98 53.34 34.32 114.60 123.0 77.80 13.5/12.0 850.0/193180 940.0 35.78
*Bushing chain: d1 in the table indicate the external diameter of bushing
 

We own the sophisticated equipment and the advanced technology, such as: 
1. CAD Designer
2. Wire Cutting Machine
3. Chain Running In Machine
4. Conveyor Furance
5. Ball Drift
6. Shot Peened Parts
7. Design Of Link Plate Waist

Company Detail:

GOODLUCK TRANSMISSION is 1 of a professional exporter with exporting POWER TRANSMISSION PARTS: Roller chains,conveyor chain,stainless steel chains, agricultural chains, steel detachable chains, special chains, sprockets, s. S. Sprockets, HRC couplings, pulleys, bushes etc. All these products have been supplied regularly to World Wide for over 15 years.  

 

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Usage: Transmission Chain
Material: Stainless steel
Surface Treatment: Polishing
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: 1/2"*3/32"
Structure: Roller Chain
Customization:
Available

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conveyor

What are the considerations for selecting a corrosion-resistant conveyor chain?

When selecting a corrosion-resistant conveyor chain, several factors need to be considered to ensure the chain’s longevity and performance in corrosive environments. Here are some key considerations:

1. Material Selection: Choose a chain material that is inherently resistant to corrosion. Stainless steel, such as AISI 304 or AISI 316, is a common choice due to its excellent corrosion resistance properties. Other materials like plastic chains or special alloys can also be considered based on the specific application requirements.

2. Coatings and Surface Treatments: In some cases, additional protective coatings or surface treatments can be applied to enhance the chain’s corrosion resistance. These coatings, such as zinc plating, galvanizing, or epoxy coatings, create a barrier between the chain material and corrosive substances, preventing direct contact and reducing the risk of corrosion.

3. Environmental Compatibility: Consider the specific corrosive agents present in the environment where the conveyor chain will be used. Different corrosive substances, such as acids, alkalis, or saltwater, require specific resistance properties. Ensure that the selected chain material and coatings are compatible with the corrosive agents present in the operating environment.

4. Maintenance and Lubrication: Proper maintenance and lubrication play a crucial role in preventing corrosion and extending the life of a conveyor chain. Regular cleaning, inspection, and application of appropriate lubricants can help remove corrosive contaminants and protect the chain surface from degradation.

5. Testing and Certification: Consider chains that have undergone testing and certification for corrosion resistance in relevant industry standards. Look for certifications such as ISO 9227 (salt spray test) or ASTM B117 (corrosion resistance test) to ensure the chain’s performance in corrosive environments.

By carefully considering these factors and consulting with conveyor chain manufacturers or corrosion-resistant experts, you can select a chain that is well-suited for your specific corrosive environment, minimizing the risk of corrosion-related issues and ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

conveyor

What are the safety measures for working with heavy-duty conveyor chains?

Working with heavy-duty conveyor chains requires strict adherence to safety measures to protect the workers and maintain a safe working environment. Here are some important safety measures to consider:

1. Proper Training: All personnel involved in working with conveyor chains should receive comprehensive training on the safe operation and maintenance of the equipment. This includes understanding the potential hazards, safety procedures, and proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

2. Equipment Inspection: Regular inspection of the conveyor chain and associated components is crucial to identify any signs of wear, damage, or malfunction. This includes checking for loose fasteners, worn sprockets, misalignment, and any other potential hazards. Any issues should be addressed promptly to prevent accidents.

3. Lockout/Tagout: Before performing any maintenance or repair tasks on the conveyor chain, proper lockout/tagout procedures must be followed. This ensures that the equipment is de-energized and isolated from any power source to prevent accidental startup or movement.

4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Workers should wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses, gloves, steel-toed boots, and hearing protection. The specific PPE requirements may vary depending on the nature of the work and the potential hazards involved.

5. Safe Work Practices: Workers should follow safe work practices, such as avoiding loose clothing or jewelry that can get caught in the chain, keeping hands and clothing clear of moving parts, and using proper lifting techniques when handling heavy loads.

6. Emergency Stop Systems: Conveyor systems should be equipped with emergency stop buttons or pull cords that allow workers to quickly stop the chain in case of an emergency or hazardous situation.

7. Regular Maintenance: Scheduled maintenance and lubrication of the conveyor chain should be performed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. This helps to ensure optimal performance and minimize the risk of unexpected failures.

8. Clear Warning Signs and Labels: Proper signage, warning labels, and safety instructions should be clearly displayed near the conveyor chain system to remind workers of potential hazards and safe operating procedures.

9. Regular Safety Training and Communication: Ongoing safety training and communication among the workforce are vital to reinforce safe practices and raise awareness of any changes or updates to safety protocols.

By implementing these safety measures and fostering a safety-conscious culture, the risks associated with working with heavy-duty conveyor chains can be minimized, ensuring the well-being of the workers and the efficient operation of the equipment.

conveyor

How do you calculate the required length of a conveyor chain?

Calculating the required length of a conveyor chain involves considering several factors related to the conveyor system and the specific application. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Determine the Conveyor Length: Measure the total length of the conveyor path, including any horizontal, inclined, or vertical sections.
  2. Account for Sprocket Centers: Identify the locations of the sprockets or drive units along the conveyor path. Measure the distance between each pair of adjacent sprockets.
  3. Calculate the Number of Links: Divide the total conveyor length by the pitch of the chain to determine the number of links required. The pitch is the distance between the center of two consecutive pins on the chain.
  4. Consider Tension Adjustment: Take into account any tension adjustment requirements based on the specific application. This may include allowances for tensioning devices or tension variations due to load fluctuations.
  5. Include End Connections: Consider the length of the end connections, such as master links or connecting pins, which are used to join the ends of the chain. Include their dimensions in the total chain length calculation.
  6. Add Safety Factors: Incorporate appropriate safety factors to ensure adequate chain length for proper tensioning and to accommodate any potential stretching or wear over time.

It’s important to note that the calculation of the required chain length is an estimation based on various factors and may require adjustments during the installation and tensioning process. Consulting the conveyor manufacturer’s guidelines or working with an experienced engineer can provide more precise calculations based on the specific conveyor system and application requirements.

China Standard a/B Series Roller Chain Steel Stainless Transmission Conveyor Leaf Chain and Attachemnt  China Standard a/B Series Roller Chain Steel Stainless Transmission Conveyor Leaf Chain and Attachemnt
editor by CX 2023-10-26