Product Description

Alloy Steel G70 Transport Towing Tie Down Lifting Links Anchor Chain

Nominal
diameter
Working load limit
(max)
Proof test
(min)
Minimum
breaking force
Inside length
L (max.)
Inside width
B (min.)
in mm lbs Kg lbs KN lbs KN in mm in mm
1/4″ 7 3150 1430 6300 28 12600 56 1.24 31.5 0.38 9.8
5/16″ 8.7 4700 2130 9400 41.8 18800 83.6 1.29 32.8 0.44 11.2
3/8″ 10 6600 2990 13200 58.7 26400 117.4 1.38 35 0.55 14
7/16″ 11.9 8750 3970 17500 77.8 35000 155.4 1.64 41.6 0.65 16.6
1/2″ 13 11300 5130 22600 100.4 45200 200.8 1.79 45.5 0.72 18.2
5/8″ 16 15800 7170 31600 140.4 63200 280.8 2.2 56 0.79 20
3/4″ 20 24700 11200 49400 219.6 98800 439.2  2.76 70 0.98 25 

G80 Alloy Steel Forging High Tensile Transport Tie Down Lifting Hoist Binder Anchor Links Chain for Cargo

Size(mm) Min inside width Max outside width Weight(kg/m) working load(KN) test load(KN) Breaking load(KN)
6*18 7.5 21 0.79 11 27 45.2
7*21 9 24.5 1.07 15 37 61.6
8*24 10 28 1.38 20 48 80.4
9*27 11.5 30 1.9 24.5 61 102
10*30 12.5 35 2.2 32 76 125
12*36 15.5 42.2 3.3 49 117 196
13*39 16.3 46 3.8 50 128 214
14*42 18 49 4.13 63 150 250
16*48 20 56 5.63 80 192 320
18*54 23 63 6.85 100 246 410
20*60 25 70 8.6 125 300 500
22*66 28 77 10.5 153 366 610
24*72 32 82 12.78 180 432 720
26*78 35 91 14.87 213 510 650
30*90 38 105 19.6 283 678 1130
32*96 40 106 22.29 322 772 1289
34*102 46.5 121.5 25.5 363 870 1450
36*108 49.5 128.5 31 407 978 1630
38*114 52 136 32 453 1086 1810
42*126 55.5 144.5 38.6 554 1332 2200

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Usage: Transmission Chain, Drag Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain
Material: Alloy
Surface Treatment: Baking Paint
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: 4mm to 50mm
Structure: Welded Chain
Samples:
US$ 80/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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conveyor

How do you ensure proper tensioning and alignment of a conveyor chain?

Proper tensioning and alignment are essential for the efficient and reliable operation of a conveyor chain. Here are the steps to ensure correct tensioning and alignment:

1. Initial Installation:

– Ensure that the conveyor frame and supports are properly aligned and leveled before installing the chain. Any misalignment or unevenness can lead to tensioning and alignment issues.

– Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and specifications for chain installation. This includes proper placement of sprockets, tensioners, and guides.

2. Tensioning:

– Adjust the tension of the chain to the manufacturer’s recommended specifications. Proper tension prevents excessive sagging or tightness, reducing wear and extending the chain’s life.

– Use tensioning devices, such as adjustable take-up units or tensioning screws, to achieve the desired tension. Refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines for the appropriate method of tensioning for your specific conveyor chain.

– Regularly check and adjust the tension as needed. Factors such as chain wear, load variations, and temperature changes can affect the chain’s tension over time.

3. Alignment:

– Check the alignment of the chain with respect to the sprockets and guides. Misalignment can cause uneven wear, increased friction, and premature failure of the chain.

– Inspect the alignment by visually examining the chain’s path along the sprockets and guides. It should run smoothly without any signs of rubbing or excessive deviation.

– Use alignment tools, such as laser alignment devices or straightedges, to accurately assess and correct any misalignment. Adjust the position of sprockets, guides, and supports as necessary.

4. Regular Maintenance:

– Implement a scheduled maintenance program to regularly inspect and maintain proper tensioning and alignment of the conveyor chain.

– Monitor the chain’s performance, including wear patterns, noise levels, and power consumption, as indicators of potential tensioning or alignment issues.

– Keep the chain clean and free from debris or contaminants that can affect its movement and alignment.

By following these steps and regularly monitoring the tensioning and alignment of the conveyor chain, you can ensure smooth and reliable operation, minimize chain wear, and reduce the risk of unexpected failures.

conveyor

Can a conveyor chain be used for heavy-duty applications?

Yes, a conveyor chain can be used for heavy-duty applications. Conveyor chains are specifically designed to handle heavy loads and provide reliable transportation in industrial environments.

Here are some factors that make conveyor chains suitable for heavy-duty applications:

1. Robust construction: Conveyor chains are typically made from high-strength materials such as alloy steel, stainless steel, or hardened carbon steel. These materials offer excellent durability and can withstand the heavy loads and harsh operating conditions commonly found in heavy-duty applications.

2. High load-carrying capacity: Conveyor chains are designed to handle significant loads, including heavy products, bulk materials, or large components. The chains are engineered with appropriate pitch, link dimensions, and strength to ensure reliable transport of heavy items.

3. Fatigue resistance: Conveyor chains are built to withstand repetitive stress and fatigue caused by continuous operation under heavy loads. They undergo specific heat treatments and surface hardening processes to enhance their resistance to wear, fatigue, and deformation.

4. Customization options: Conveyor chains can be customized to meet the specific requirements of heavy-duty applications. This includes selecting the appropriate chain type, pitch, attachment design, and surface coating for improved performance and longevity.

5. Compatibility with heavy-duty equipment: Conveyor chains are designed to integrate seamlessly with heavy-duty conveyor systems, including large motors, drives, and supporting structures. This ensures proper power transmission and smooth operation even in demanding environments.

6. Safety features: Conveyor chains for heavy-duty applications often incorporate safety features such as overload protection, emergency stops, and monitoring systems to ensure the safety of operators and prevent damage to the equipment.

It’s important to consult with a qualified engineer or conveyor manufacturer to select the appropriate conveyor chain and system components for the specific heavy-duty application. They can provide guidance on chain selection, system design, and maintenance practices to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

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How do you troubleshoot common issues with conveyor chains?

Troubleshooting common issues with conveyor chains involves identifying the problem and taking appropriate steps to resolve it. Here are some common issues and troubleshooting approaches:

  • Chain Slippage: If the chain is slipping or not engaging properly with the sprockets, check for proper tensioning, alignment, and lubrication. Adjust the tension if necessary and ensure the chain is properly aligned with the sprockets.
  • Chain Jamming: If the chain is frequently jamming or getting stuck, inspect the conveyor for any obstructions or foreign objects that may be causing the issue. Clear any debris or blockages and ensure the chain’s path is clear.
  • Excessive Noise: If the chain is making loud or unusual noises, check for proper lubrication. Insufficient lubrication can cause increased friction and noise. Apply the appropriate lubricant according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Chain Breakage: If the chain is breaking frequently, inspect for any damaged or worn-out components. Replace any broken or worn links, pins, or attachments. Also, check for proper tensioning and alignment, as excessive tension or misalignment can lead to chain breakage.
  • Chain Wear: If the chain shows signs of wear, such as elongation or corrosion, consider replacing it. Excessive wear can affect the performance and lifespan of the chain. Regularly inspect and measure the chain for wear and replace it when necessary.

It’s important to follow proper maintenance practices, including regular inspection, lubrication, and tensioning, to prevent and address common issues with conveyor chains. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines and seek professional assistance if needed.

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editor by CX 2024-05-03