Roller chain is the sort of chain most commonly used for transmis-sion of mechanical energy on numerous varieties of domestic, industrial and agricultural machinery, such as conveyors, printing presses, automobiles, motorcycles, and bicycles.
Roller chain sizes are established by four major dimensions: pitch, within width from the roller hyperlink, roller diameter, and plate thickness. Pitch, the distance in inches in between centers of adjacent ?exing joints, kinds the proportional basis for that remaining dimensions. Chain size is designated through the pitch dimension, and chain length is expressed in terms of pitch, or in feet and inches.
ANSI Standard
Manufactured to ANSI/ASME Standard
Prestretched and manufactured with strong rollers
Scorching dipped lubrication right after assembly to be sure proper coverage
Strong Bushing Strong Roller
Dimensionally interchangeable with ANSI/ASME roller chain
Larger tensile power than ANSI/ASME standards
2-3X wear existence of common chain
Hot dipped lubrication
Manufactured with reliable bushings and reliable rollers
For applications that demand significantly less stretch and greater wear life than regular roller chain
Super Series
Dimensionally interchangeable with ANSI/ASME roller chain
Wide waist designed side plates for greater fatigue resistance
Manufactured with sound bushings, solid rollers and through hardened pins
Higher maximum allowable load than regular roller chain