Common Details
We off er a number of corrosion and/or temperature resistant roller chain items to suit the individual needs of nearly any application. These range from plated or coated carbon steels to several diff erent stainless steel styles that could be chosen primarily based on the desired mixture of dress in resistance, power, corrosion resistance and resistance to extremes in operating temperatures.
Nickel Plating
Suitable for mild corrosive conditions such as outdoor support. Normally used for decorative purposes. Chain parts are plated just before assembly for uniform coverage of internal components.
Type 304 Stainless
Our conventional stainless steel solution off ers fantastic resistance to corrosion and operates effectively above a wide choice of temperatures. This material is slightly magnetic as a result of function hardening in the components during the manufacturing processes.
Style 316 Stainless
This materials possess higher corrosion and temperature resistance in contrast with Form 304SS. It’s generally used in the foods processing industry as a result of its resistance to stress corrosion cracking in the presence of chlorides this kind of as are discovered in liquid smoke. The magnetic permeability of this material is particularly reduced and it is generally regarded nonmagnetic having said that it is not regarded as for being prspark oof.
600 Series Stainless
Pins, bushings and rollers are produced from 17-4PH stainless steels which could be hardened for improved resistance to dress in elongation. The corrosion resistance of this chain is much like
Form 304SS. The operating temperature array of this materials however is not really as excellent as Sort 304SS.
Mega Chain:
A higher strength 304 stainless steel chain. Obtainable in two versions which use diff erent mechanical confi gurations to obtain additional strength. The two versions off er higher doing work loads because of a higher pin/bushing bearing region along with a exceptional labyrinth kind seal that aids avert the penetration of abrasive foreign components towards the inner wearing components.