Products/Services for Dragline Teeth

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    Mining Wear Parts and Excavating Wear Parts - (89 companies)
    Mining wear parts and excavating wear parts are commonly-replaced components that are used in mineral and aggregate extraction and processing. Examples include buckets, shovels, teeth, dragline parts, grinding mill liners, crawler shoes, links... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Friction Materials - (179 companies)
    Friction materials include brake pads, friction liners, clutch plates, friction bands, brake pads, brake shoes, friction rolls, bonded assemblies and other components used to generate controlled friction for braking or power transfer while minimizing wear. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Silent Chain - (21 companies)
    Silent chain or inverted-tooth chain features teeth on its links that engage the sprocket teeth. Silent chain can be wide and is used in a variety of power transmission and conveying applications. Silent Chain Information. Silent chain... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Draglines - (13 companies)
    Draglines are a large excavating tool with a boom and bucket used for stripping overburden material in surface mining applications. Dragline excavators, known simply as draglines, are large excavating machines used for surface mining and terrain... Learn More
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    Zippers - (40 companies)
    Zippers are temporary fasteners consisting of two strips of fabric each with tens or hundreds of specially shaped plastic or metal teeth. A slider joins the two sides by pushing the teeth together as it rides along the two sets of teeth. Description... Learn More
  • Spur Gears - (254 companies)
    ...for positioning systems. The teeth run parallel to the gear axis and can only transfer motion between parallel-axis gear sets. Spur gears mate only one tooth at a time, resulting in high stress on the mating teeth and noisy operation. Video credit: drizzo95 via... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Gears - (595 companies)
    Right hand Image credit: Agro Engineers. Internal gears: Some gears may have an inverted tooth structure, so that gear teeth point inwards towards the gear center, rather than outward like a normal (external) gear. Internal gears have the same... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • ANSI Roller Chain Sprockets - (266 companies)
    These are sometimes called "chain-saver sprockets" because of the enhanced chain lifespan. Sprocket Tooth Style. Preferably, sprockets should have no less than 17 teeth, especially at high speeds or loads. More teeth enhance the wear life of the sprocket... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • ISO Roller Chain Sprockets - (186 companies)
    ...lifespan. Sprocket Tooth Style. Preferably, sprockets should have no less than 17 teeth, especially at high speeds or loads. More teeth enhance the wear life of the sprocket proportionally, as well as the chain. Tooth height is based on wear resistance... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Timing Belts (inch) - (243 companies)
    English pitch timing belts mate with same-pitch timing pulleys in power transmission systems where maintenance of speed ratio is an important design consideration. English pitch is the distance between belt teeth based on inches (in). Basic... Search by Specification | Learn More
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