Chain drives (as a flexible power transmission system) guarantee largely constant transmission ratios with both small and extremely large centre distances of axes. Chain drives are better than spur gearings, especially for large centr distances of axes, since they do not require any intermediate gears and additional bearing points. What’s more, impact energies can be absorbed more easily thanks to the chain’s elasticity.
Furthermore, chain drives are generally less sensitive to dirt than other types of transmissions, though they do require a certain degree of cleaning maintenance.
Due to their high wear-resistance, roller chains are the most important of all steel link chains and are used in the …
Conveyor chains acc. to DIN 8165 and DIN 8167 are the result of consistent further developments in bush chains and are …
The design of a bush chain is similar to that of a roller chain – but the bush chain has no rollers. When the chain …
Gall's chains are used as load chains for high forces at low speed. Though they have a low wear resistance and a low …
Agricultural chains - their name alone is a direct reference to their main field of use: agricultural machines. The …
Long pitch roller chains
The dimensions of long pitch roller chains are identical to those of roller chains acc. to DIN 8187 or 8188 but with …
Conveyor roller chains
Drop Forged chain
special conveyor chain pitch=78,100mm
special conveyor chain for paper mill 63PF
steel pintle chains DIN 654
Rivetless Detachable Chains
Engineering Lumber Chains