Chain Sprockets

Sprocket Wheel Stainless Steel Gear kit Forging Finished Bore Roller Chain And Sprockets

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Business type
Manufacturer & Exporter
Main export market
Europe, North and South America, Southeast Asia, Oceania, Middle East, Africa
Material
Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass
Manufacturing method
Forged and then machined, hobbed, if need can also weld
Heat treatment
Hardening and Tempering, High-Frequency Quenching, Carburizing Quenching
Surface treatment
Oxide Black, Galvanized, Nickel plated, Chrome plated, Sandblasting, Painted, and so on
Model
ANSI: 25/35/41/40/50/60/80/100/120/140/160/180/200/240
DIN/ISO:04C/06C/085/08A/10A/12A/16A/20A/24A/28A/32A/36A/40A/48A
DIN/ISO:04B/05B/06B/08B/10B/12B/16B/20B/24B/28B/32B/36B/40B/48B
 Process
Forging, Hobbing, Precision machining
Teeth
9T-100T
Type
Type A sprockets: Plate (without Hub)
Type B sprockets: One side with hub
Type C sprockets: Double side with hub
Finished bore sprockets: With the inner hole, keyway, and screw

chain sprockets

chain sprockets, sometimes called single-strand sprockets, have a series of teeth around a central bore and are used in combination with roller chains to move conveyors and other industrial machinery. Fixed bore sprockets are designed to fit a specific shaft size and include a keyway and setscrew so they’re ready to install. Plain bore sprockets are manufactured without a keyway or set screw. Keyways or set screws can be machined to the exact size required by the existing shaft and application. Bushed bores have more clamping area around the shaft to provide a secure fit for high torque or high-power applications when the shaft is at risk of slippings, such as paper milling and agricultural machinery.

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