50 (5/8") Roller Chain Datasheets

Single Strand ANSI Roller Chain -- 50RIV [50RIV from Renold Jeffrey]
from Applied Industrial Technologies

#50, 1 strand, carbon steel material, riveted chain construction, 10' box [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 50 (5/8")
  • Maximum Allowable Load: 1400
  • Chain Pitch: 0.6250
  • Rollers: Rollers
ROLLER CHAIN 5/8IN PITCH -- 502 [502 from Rexnord Corporation]
from Radwell International

ROLLER CHAIN 5/8IN PITCH [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 50 (5/8")
  • Chain Pitch: 0.6250
ANSI Standard Roller Chain
from Renold Canada

Renold ANSI standard roller chain comes with all the security and performance that you want to keep your chain drives in great shape. All these great features make Renold ANSI chain the first choice for industry. Solid roller and solid bushing ensures no grooves that cause premature wear in lesser... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 25 (1/4"); 35 (3/8"); 41 (1/2"); 40 (1/2"); 50 (5/8"); 60 (3/4"); 80 (1"); 100 (1 1/4"); 120 (1 1/2"); 140 (1 3/4"); 160 (2"); 180 (2 1/4"); 200 (2 1/2"); 240 (3")
  • Tensile Strength: 780 to 675000
  • Chain Pitch: 0.2500 to 3
  • Maximum Allowable Load: 140 to 101200
ANSI Standard Roller Chain
from Renold Jeffrey

Manufactured in accordance with the ANSI B29.1 standards, Renold Roller Chain is designed and built to provide maximum strength and wear life. Solid cold forged bushings, wide waist link plates and appropriate press fits are only a few of the reasons it outperforms any competitive roller chain,... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 35 (3/8"); 41 (1/2"); 40 (1/2"); 50 (5/8"); 60 (3/4"); 80 (1"); 100 (1 1/4"); 120 (1 1/2"); 140 (1 3/4"); 160 (2"); 180 (2 1/4"); 200 (2 1/2"); 240 (3")
  • Links: Offset Link
  • Rollers: Rollers
  • # of Strands: Single
American Standard Chains
from SKF/Global

American standard chains are covered by ISO 606, ANSI B29.1 and DIN 8188 standards. The pitch sizes covered by this standard are 1/4 to 3 inch. American standard chains have a smaller pin diameter than the European standard equivalent. Wear resistance is therefore reduced when compared with the... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: Subminiature (<0.1475") (optional feature); 25 (1/4") (optional feature); 35 (3/8") (optional feature); 41 (1/2") (optional feature); 40 (1/2") (optional feature); 50 (5/8") (optional feature); 60 (3/4") (optional feature); 80 (1") (optional feature); 100 (1 1/4") (optional feature); 120 (1 1/2") (optional feature); 140 (1 3/4") (optional feature); 160 (2") (optional feature); 180 (2 1/4") (optional feature); 200 (2 1/2") (optional feature); 240 (3") (optional feature)
  • Chain Pitch: 0.1875 to 3
  • ISO BS/DIN Pitch: ISO 04 (6.35mm) (optional feature); ISO 06 (9.525mm) (optional feature); ISO 08 (12.70mm) (optional feature); ISO 10 (15.875mm) (optional feature); ISO 12 (19.05mm) (optional feature); ISO 16 (25.40mm) (optional feature); ISO 20 (31.75mm) (optional feature); ISO 24 (38.10mm) (optional feature); ISO 28 (44.45mm) (optional feature); ISO 32 (50.80mm) (optional feature); ISO 36 (57.15mm) (optional feature); ISO 40 (63.50mm) (optional feature); >63.50 (optional feature)
  • Tensile Strength: 405 to 344146
American Standard Chains
from SKF/North America

American standard chains are covered by ISO 606, ANSI B29.1 and DIN 8188 standards. The pitch sizes covered by this standard are 1/4 to 3 inch. American standard chains have a smaller pin diameter than the European standard equivalent. Wear resistance is therefore reduced when compared with the... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: Subminiature (<0.1475") (optional feature); 25 (1/4") (optional feature); 35 (3/8") (optional feature); 41 (1/2") (optional feature); 40 (1/2") (optional feature); 50 (5/8") (optional feature); 60 (3/4") (optional feature); 80 (1") (optional feature); 100 (1 1/4") (optional feature); 120 (1 1/2") (optional feature); 140 (1 3/4") (optional feature); 160 (2") (optional feature); 180 (2 1/4") (optional feature); 200 (2 1/2") (optional feature); 240 (3") (optional feature)
  • Chain Pitch: 0.1875 to 3
  • ISO BS/DIN Pitch: ISO 04 (6.35mm) (optional feature); ISO 06 (9.525mm) (optional feature); ISO 08 (12.70mm) (optional feature); ISO 10 (15.875mm) (optional feature); ISO 12 (19.05mm) (optional feature); ISO 16 (25.40mm) (optional feature); ISO 20 (31.75mm) (optional feature); ISO 24 (38.10mm) (optional feature); ISO 28 (44.45mm) (optional feature); ISO 32 (50.80mm) (optional feature); ISO 36 (57.15mm) (optional feature); ISO 40 (63.50mm) (optional feature); >63.50 (optional feature)
  • Tensile Strength: 405 to 344146
Curved Attachment Chains
from U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC

U.S. Tsubaki Curved chain has additional clearance between the pins and bushings and between the roller links and pin link plates to permit extra flexibility and greater lateral displacement. The basic dimensions of this chain are the same as those of ASME/ANSI standard roller chain. U.S. Tsubaki's... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 35 (3/8") (optional feature); 40 (1/2") (optional feature); 50 (5/8") (optional feature); 60 (3/4") (optional feature); 80 (1") (optional feature)
  • Tensile Strength: 1800 to 13840
  • Chain Pitch: 0.3750 to 1
  • Maximum Allowable Load: 210 to 1560
Standard Roller Chains -- RC50
from Emerson Bearing Co.

Roller Chains are one of the primary ways to provide mechanical power transmission. Roller chains are available from a pitch of 1/4" to 3" ( the distance between the centers of adjacent flexing joints). A chain is noteworthy in the options for corrosion resistance available as well as the... [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 50 (5/8")
  • Tensile Strength: 4991
  • Chain Pitch: 0.6250
  • Rollers: Rollers
#50 Single Strand Roller Chain -- 3842325
from Princess Auto Limited

#50 Single Strand Roller Chain [See More]

  • ANSI Pitch: 50 (5/8")
  • Chain Pitch: 0.6250