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Guide Type:

Duplex Silent Chain?

Chain Pitch:

Nominal Chain Width:

Tensile Strength:

Help with Silent Chain specifications:

Chain Configuration
   Guide Type      Silent chain contains guide links to help the chain maintain tracking during operation.  The guide link on the chain mates with a corresponding groove in the sprocket.  The three basic guide types are center guide, side guide and two center guides.
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   No Guides       Silent chain has no guides to maintain tracking on the sprocket.  These chains require special flanged sprockets to maintain center tracking of the chain. 
   Center Guide       A center guide silent chain has one row of guide links that run down the center of the chain to maintain tracking on the sprocket. 
   Side Guide       A side guide silent chain has two rows of guide links that run along the outer edges of the chain to maintain tracking on the sprocket. 
   Two Center Guide       A two center guide silent chain has two rows of guide links that run within the chain to maintain tracking on the sprocket. 
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   Duplex Silent Chain       Duplex silent chain has teeth on both sides of the chain and intended for use in serpentine drives. 
   Search Logic:      "Required" and "Must Not Have" criteria limit returned matches as specified. Products with optional attributes will be returned for either choice.
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Chain Pitch
   Chain Pitch       The chain pitch is the distance between rollers or pivot pins. 
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Nominal Chain Width
   Nominal Chain Width       The chain width refers to the overall or nominal width of the chain. 
   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.
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Tensile Strength
   Tensile Strength:       Tensile strength is the maximum tension load the chain can withstand before failure. Tensile strength is also referred to as the breaking strength. 
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