China Standard New Type Round Link Chain for Conveyors Featuring Durable Bearing and Gear Core Components

Product Description

Product Description

  Each bearing consists of a pin and a sleeve on which the chain’s rollers rotate. The pins and bushings are case-hardened, allowing them to hinge together under higher pressures and to withstand the load pressures transmitted through the rollers and the shock of the engagement.

Classification:
* Box Scraper Chain
* Drop Forged Chain
* Forked Link Chain
* Roller Chain
* Round Link Chain

                                    Box Scraper Chain                                                                                                 Drop Forged Chain

              Forged Link Chain                                                            Roller Chain                                                               Round Link Chain

Forked Chain/Forged Chain
Forged chains are heavy-duty chains that are manufactured using a forging process. The forging process involves shaping metal by applying compressive forces and heat to a CHINAMFG piece of material, typically steel.
This process provides exceptional strength, durability, and resistance to wear.
The manufacturing process of forged chains involves heating the steel to a high temperature and then shaping it using a combination of mechanical force and dies. 
They are commonly used in heavy-duty applications that require robust and reliable performance including industrial machinery, construction equipment, mining and quarrying, agriculture and farming, and power generation.

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Features

Item Name Forged Link Chain
Type * 142x50x19 – 142x50x25 – 142x50x29

* 150x50x16
* 160x50x25
* 200x50x25 – 200x60x30 or customized

Chain Material * 20MnCr5, 1.7147, case hardened steel, high wear resistance
* 42CrMo4, 1.7225, trough hardened steel, high tensile load
* AISI 316, 316Ti, 420, stainless steel
* X10CrAlSi7, 1.4713, heat resistant steel, up to to 800°C
Pin Material * 16MnCr5
* X46Cr13

 

Item Name Roller Chain
Type DIN8165 / DIN8167
Chain Type CC005

Design

Customized according to drawing

 

Packaging & Shipping

 

 

 

 

 

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After-sales Service: Provide
Warranty: 2 Years
Structure: Conveyor System
Material: Stainless Steel
Material Feature: Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant, Fire Resistant
Application: Chemical Industry, Grain Transport, Mining Transport, Power Plant
Customization:
Available

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Customized Request

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What are the considerations for selecting a low-maintenance conveyor chain?

When selecting a low-maintenance conveyor chain, several considerations should be taken into account:

1. Material Selection:

– Choose a conveyor chain made from materials that are resistant to wear, corrosion, and contamination. Stainless steel, plastic, or self-lubricating chains are commonly used for their durability and low maintenance requirements.

2. Lubrication-Free Design:

– Look for conveyor chains that have a self-lubricating design or are pre-lubricated with materials that reduce friction and eliminate the need for additional lubrication. This helps to minimize maintenance tasks associated with regular lubrication.

3. Sealed Construction:

– Consider conveyor chains with sealed construction to prevent the ingress of dirt, debris, and moisture. Sealed chains require less frequent cleaning and maintenance, making them ideal for low-maintenance applications.

4. Easy Cleaning:

– Opt for conveyor chains that are designed for easy cleaning. Smooth surfaces, open structures, and accessible components allow for quick and efficient cleaning, reducing maintenance time and effort.

5. Resistance to Contamination:

– Select a conveyor chain that is resistant to contamination. This includes resistance to chemicals, oils, greases, and other substances commonly found in the application environment. Chains that can withstand contamination require less frequent cleaning and maintenance.

6. Wear Monitoring:

– Look for conveyor chains that have wear monitoring features, such as wear indicators or sensors. These features help to identify chain wear and provide timely maintenance alerts, allowing for proactive replacement or adjustment.

7. Manufacturer Support:

– Consider the support provided by the chain manufacturer. A reputable manufacturer will offer guidance on maintenance intervals, replacement schedules, and provide technical assistance to ensure the proper functioning of the chain.

By considering these factors, you can select a low-maintenance conveyor chain that minimizes the need for frequent inspections, lubrication, cleaning, and replacement, resulting in reduced maintenance efforts and costs.

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How do you calculate the power requirements for a conveyor chain?

Calculating the power requirements for a conveyor chain involves considering various factors. Here’s a step-by-step process:

1. Determine the total weight to be transported: Measure or estimate the total weight of the material or product that will be carried by the conveyor chain. This includes the weight of the product itself, any packaging, and additional loads.

2. Determine the speed of the conveyor: Determine the desired speed at which the conveyor chain will operate. This is typically measured in feet per minute (FPM) or meters per second (m/s).

3. Calculate the required capacity: Multiply the total weight by the desired speed to determine the required capacity of the conveyor system. This will give you the weight per unit of time (e.g., pounds per minute or kilograms per hour).

4. Consider the conveyor’s design factors: Take into account various design factors such as the type and pitch of the conveyor chain, the coefficient of friction between the chain and the conveyor components, and any incline or decline angles of the conveyor system. These factors affect the power requirements.

5. Determine the required power: Use the following formula to calculate the power requirements:

Power (in horsepower) = (Capacity × Friction Factor) ÷ (33,000 × Efficiency)

Where:

– Capacity is the weight per unit of time (from step 3)

– Friction Factor is the ratio of chain tension to chain weight, taking into account the design factors

– 33,000 is a conversion factor to convert the units to horsepower

– Efficiency is the overall efficiency of the conveyor system, typically expressed as a decimal value (e.g., 0.95 for 95% efficiency)

6. Select a suitable motor: Based on the calculated power requirements, select a motor that can provide the necessary power to drive the conveyor chain. Consider factors such as motor type, motor efficiency, and overload capacity.

It’s important to note that the power requirements may vary depending on specific conveyor system designs and operating conditions. Consulting with a qualified engineer or conveyor manufacturer is recommended to ensure accurate calculations and proper motor selection.

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What are the main components of a conveyor chain?

The main components of a conveyor chain include:

  • Chain Links: Chain links are the individual components that make up the conveyor chain. They are typically made of metal and are connected to form a continuous loop. The design and configuration of the chain links can vary depending on the specific application and load requirements.
  • Pins: Pins are the cylindrical components that hold the chain links together. They are inserted through the end of each chain link to create a solid connection. Pins are usually made of hardened steel to withstand the forces and friction within the conveyor system.
  • Sprockets: Sprockets are toothed wheels that engage with the chain links and provide the driving force to move the conveyor chain. They are typically made of durable materials such as steel or plastic and are designed to match the pitch and profile of the conveyor chain. Sprockets come in various sizes and configurations depending on the desired speed and load capacity of the conveyor system.
  • Guide Rails: Guide rails are stationary components installed along the conveyor path to guide and support the movement of the conveyor chain. They help maintain proper alignment and prevent the chain from derailing or deviating from its intended path.
  • Tensioners: Tensioners are devices used to maintain the proper tension in the conveyor chain. They ensure that the chain remains taut and engaged with the sprockets, preventing slack or excessive sagging. Tensioners can be adjusted to accommodate variations in chain length and to compensate for wear over time.
  • Attachments and Accessories: Depending on the specific application, conveyor chains may include various attachments and accessories. These can include cleats, flights, buckets, or other devices that aid in the movement and handling of specific types of materials. These attachments are typically secured to the chain links at specific intervals or locations.

The combination of these components creates a robust and reliable conveyor chain system capable of efficiently transporting materials in a wide range of industrial applications.

China Standard New Type Round Link Chain for Conveyors Featuring Durable Bearing and Gear Core Components  China Standard New Type Round Link Chain for Conveyors Featuring Durable Bearing and Gear Core Components
editor by CX 2024-04-25