Roller and engineered chains

Nov. 20, 2012
An extensive range of roller and engineered chains meet the demanding requirements of power-transmission and conveyor applications in the food and beverage, mining and cement, and steel industries, among others.

An extensive range of roller and engineered chains meet the demanding requirements of power-transmission and conveyor applications in the food and beverage, mining and cement, and steel industries, among others.

Transmission, or roller, chains with ¼ to 3-in. pitch sizes feature through-hardened, shot-peened, and ballburnished inner and outer link plates with wide waist; case-hardened precision-ground pins; precision cold-rolled bushings; and through-hardened, shot-peened solid rollers, providing increased fatigue strength, higher resistance to damage from shock loads, maximum wear resistance, and extended service life.

The chains perform in –4 to 300°F (stainless-steel versions in –4 to 750°F) and can be supplied with rivet or cottered design. Nonstainless types are prelubricated.

SKF USA Inc.
890 Forty Foot Rd.
Lansdale, PA 19446
(267)436-6693

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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