Products/Services for Steel Pintle Chain

  • Conveyor Chain-Image
    Conveyor Chain - (174 companies)
    Conveyor chain is used for material conveyance under harsh conditions, in specialty applications, or when material can be allowed to fall through gaps in the conveying surface. Like a transmission chain, a conveyor chain consists of journal bearings... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hooks - (294 companies)
    Hooks are load-transmitting components that are most often used in conjunction with chains and other equipment. Products are designated as eye hooks, clevis hooks, or grab hooks and are used to connect lifting and rigging attachments. Hooks... Learn More
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    Roller Chain - (306 companies)
    ...sprocket therefore mates with a chain with 3/4", or 19.05mm, pitch. ISO 487 - Steel roller chains, types S & C, attachments and sprockets. ASME B29.100 - Double-pitch roller chains, attachments, and sprockets. References. Image Credits: U.S. Tsubaki... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Leaf Chain - (61 companies)
    ...chains, and silent chain. Engineering steel leaf chains are manufactured from machined and fabricated steel. This type of leaf chain can be used for a variety of industrial applications. Oil field leaf chains are heavy-duty chains that are tested... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Towbars - (15 companies)
    Aerospace towbars are almost exclusively aircraft-grade aluminum or steel in construction to meet or exceed the working load. Not only must the towbar be able to safely pull/push the vehicle, it must also be able to withstand the towed vehicle's inertia... Learn More
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    Link Chain - (229 companies)
    Link chain includes loop, welded, weldless, sash, jack, ball, beaded, plumbers, safety, and coil chains for lifting, securing, lashing, mooring, rigging, security, keeping, traction, actuation and other applications. Link Chain Information. Link... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ANSI Roller Chain Sprockets - (263 companies)
    Sprockets conforming to ANSI standard B 29.1 are not meant to engage roller chains of any other parameter. ANSI conforming roller chain is smaller and somewhat weaker than its European counterpart. Roller chain sprockets engage chain drives in power... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Tire Protection Chains - (26 companies)
    ...that fits around the truck tire. Ring-Based Tire Protection Chains. Ring-based tire protection chains consist of a series of rings interconnected to make a loose mesh. This type of truck tire chain is frequently used to give a vehicle traction in ice... Learn More
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    ISO Roller Chain Sprockets - (186 companies)
    Chain was developed before American-styled chain, but was limited in its development by what materials were readily available as roller chains evolved. The outer plates of an ISO chain are taken from the chain size one level above the application... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Silent Chain - (22 companies)
    ...or inverted-tooth chain, is a type of chain with teeth formed on its links to engage with the teeth in the sprockets. Silent chains drives are not truly silent. The links in a silent chain drive, however, engage with the sprocket teeth with little impact... Search by Specification | Learn More

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...and link and are not designed to articulate with exceptional smoothness. In this class are detachable, pintle, and welded-steel chain. These types are low-cost chains intended primarily for low-speed drives below 50 hp. Precision chains are designed for smooth, free-running operation at high speeds...

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