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Sprocket Pitch:

Number of Teeth:

Teeth

Bore Diameter:

Hub Diameter (if applicable):

Material:

Number of Strands:

Split Sprocket?

Idler Sprocket?

Idler Style (If applicable):

Standard Hubs:

Specialty Hubs:

Shaft Mounting:

Help with Conveyor Sprockets specifications:

Sprocket Specifications
   Sprocket Pitch       The sprocket pitch is the distance between adjacent tooth centers. 
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   Number of Teeth:       Number of teeth for a specified pitch will determine sprocket size and drive ratio. 
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   Bore Diameter:       This is the diameter of center bore for shaft mounting. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Hub Diameter (if applicable):       This refers to the outside diameter of desired hub. 
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Material
   Material:      Material selection is dependent on factors such as required power transmission and speed, environmental factors such as temperature and exposure to corrosive elements, and other factors such as noise generation. Consult with a sprocket manufacturer on a specific application to optimize material selection.
   Your choices are...         
   Cast Iron       "Cast iron" refers not to a single material, but to a family of materials whose major constituent is iron, with important trace amounts of carbon and silicon. Cast irons are natural composite materials whose properties are determined by their microstructures - the stable and metastable phases formed during solidification or subsequent heat treatment. The major microstructural constituents of cast irons are: the chemical and morphological forms taken by carbon, and the continuous metal matrix in which the carbon and/or carbide are dispersed. 
   Plastic       Plastic is used for teeth, webs, and hubs. Plastic is used where component weight is a design consideration, for quiet running, and in light-to medium duty applications. 
   Stainless Steel       Stainless steel refers to a broad family of steels that are chemical and corrosion resistant. Stainless steel is typically not hardened or hardenable to the same extent as standard carbon steels. 
   Steel (Hardened)       Steel may be hardened in a number of ways including a variety of quenching techniques in oil and water, being passed through induction chambers, etc. Quickly cooling steel during processing freezes, traps, and packs the carbon atoms inside the shrunken iron crystals. This results in a very hard and brittle metal; however, it is less resistant to shock or impact. 
   Steel (Unhardened)       Unhardened steel is a commercial iron that contains carbon in any amount up to about 1.7 percent as an essential alloying constituent. Unhardened steel is malleable when under suitable conditions, and is distinguished from cast iron by its malleability and lower carbon content. 
   Other       Unlisted or specialized sprocket material. 
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Sprocket Style
   Number of Strands       
   Your choices are...         
   Single       Single sprocket styles have one sprocket on one hub. 
   Double       Double sprocket styles have two sprockets on one hub. 
   Triple       Triple sprocket styles have three sprockets on one hub. 
   Quadruple       Quadruple sprocket styles have four sprockets on one hub. 
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   Split Sprocket       Split sprockets are split to allow for easier installation and removal. Hubs for segmented sprockets can be either split or solid. 
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   Idler Sprocket       Idler sprockets rotate freely while taking up slack and providing tension to a chain drive system. They are used as tensioners and occasionally to provide chain clearance around a machine component. 
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
   Idler Style (If applicable)       
   Your choices are...         
   Ball Bearing       Ball bearing idler styles have a center ball bearing that allows idler free rotation. 
   Bronze Bushing       Bronze bushing idler styles are typically impregnated with oil. 
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Hub Style
   Standard Hubs       
   Your choices are...         
   Type A (Hubless)       Type A or hubless hubs are designed for attachment via interference press, adhesive attachment, etc. 
   Type B (Hub One Side)       Type B hubs are for projects from only one side of the sprocket. 
   Type C (Hub Both Sides)       Type C hubs are used for projects from both sides of the sprocket. 
   Type D (Detachable Bolt-on Hub)       Detachable bolt-on hubs are suitable for removing for frequent sprocket changes, maintenance, etc. 
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   Specialty Hubs       
   Your choices are...         
   Quick Detachable (QD)       Quick disconnect (QD) bushings have a straight bore and a tapered outside diameter. The tapered diameter of the bushing mates to a tapered bore on the sprocket. 
   Shear Pin Hub       Shear pin provides protection against drive system jamming or overload. Torque is carried by shear pin, which is necked to shear when safe load is exceeded. 
   Tapered Bushing (TB)       Tapered bushings are tightened down onto the shaft like a collet to minimize shaft marring. 
   Other       Select for hub style not listed. 
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Shaft Mounting
   Shaft Mounting       
   Your choices are...         
   Keyway       Keyways are one or more square-edged cutouts designed to mate with a shaft key. 
   Set Screw(s)       Set screws tighten directly onto shaft for sprocket attachment. 
   Simple Bore       Simple bore sprockets are typically designed for press-fit or adhesive mounting. 
   Other       Other, proprietary or specialized shaft attachment design. 
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