Product Description

Chian  Agricultural Chains Roller Transmission  Chains and Sprockets

Agricultural Chains includs following chain:
S type Steel Agricultural Chains:
S32  S32  S42  S45  S51  S52L  S52LV  S52  55V  55VF1  S55  S55R 5SSRH  S55RHF1  S62  S62F5  S77  S88  CA642  CA650  CA650F2  S42F2  S52F10  S62F10  S62F8  CA650F4  CA620F4  55VF1H2  CA650F1
S type Steel Agricultural Chains with Attachments:
S32SK1  S42SK1  S45SK1 S52SK1  S55SK1  S77SK1  S88SK1  S32SK1F1  S55RHSK1  S52LK1  55VK1  S42F2K1F1  S52LF1K1  S32K1  S32K1F1  S42K1  S45K1  S51K1  S52K1F1  S55K1  S55K1F1  S55K1  S55K1F1  S55HK1  S62K1  S62A2K1  S62F2K1  S77K1  S88K1  S51HF1K1  S88F2K1  S42A1F2  S42F2A1  S88F3K1  S62F12K1  S62SD  S51SDF1  S52SDF1  S52SDF2  S52SD  S52F4   S52F9  S52LSD  S52LF1SD  S52LF2SD  S52F12SD  S52LVSD  S45F1  S45SDF2  S45W-F1  S45W-F4  S45SD  S55F2  S55F3  S55F4  S55F6  S55F7  S55RSDF1  55VSDF1  55VSDF2  55VSDF4  S55DF2  S5
5SDF4  S62SD  S45V  S45SDF1  S55V  S55SDF1  S45SDF3  S55HSDF3  S55F12SD  S52F11SD  S52F3  C45F1SD  etc.
A Type Steel Agricultural Cahins:
A550  A555  A557  A620
CA Type Steel Agricultural Chains
CA627  CA550D  CA555D  CA557D  CA620D  CA2062H  CA550 CA550V  CA555 CA557  CA620  CA2060H  CA550F4  CA550F5  CAE44151  38.4R  38.4V  38.4VB  55VD  S62F3  CA960  CA550VF2  CA550H
C Type Steel Agricultural Chain attachments
38.4VK1  38.4RK1F1  38.4VF3K1  38.4RK1F2  CA550F2  CA550K1F1  CA550VK1F  CA550VK1F1  CA550F4K19  CA550AK29M  CA550K1F7  CA550A29  CA550VF2K1  CA550F5AK29M  CA550F5K29F1  CA550F5K1  CA557K1F2  38.4RK1F3  38.4RK1F3  38.4RK1F7  38.4VK1F9  38.4VK1F6  38.4VK1F7  38.4RK1F8  38.4RK1F8  38.4RK1F9  38.4RK1F10  38.4VF3K1F2  CA550K1F15  etc.

 

Product name  Chain(DIN766) Agricultural Chains
Materials Available 1. Stainless Steel: SS201, SS303, SS304, SS316, SS416, SS420
2. Steel:C45(K1045), C46(K1046),C20
3. Brass:C36000 ( C26800), C37700 ( HPb59), C38500( HPb58), C27200(CuZn37), C28000(CuZn40)
4. Bronze: C51000, C52100, C54400, etc
5. Iron: 1213, 12L14,1215
6. Aluminum: Al6061, Al6063
7.OEM according to your request
Surface Treatment Annealing, natural anodization, heat treatment,  polishing, nickel plating, chrome plating, znic plating,yellow passivation, gold passivation,  satin, Black surface painted etc.
Products Available sprockt chains, pulley, shafts(axles, spline shafts, dart shafts),gears (pinions, wheels gear rack) bearing, bearing seat,  bushing, coupling, lock assembly etc.
Processing Method CNC machining, punch,turning, milling, drilling, grinding, broaching, welding and assembly
QC : Technicians self-check in production,final-check before package by  professional Quality inspector
Size Drawings
Package Wooden Case/Container and pallet, or as per customized specifications
Certificate ISO9001:2008 , ISO14001:2001,ISO/TS 16949:2009
Advantage Quality first Service superior , Advanced equipment,Experienced workers,Perfect testing equipment
Lead Time 15-25days samples. 30-45days offcial order

1.What terms of payment you usually use?
T/T 30% deposit and 70% against document, Western Union, L/C at sight

 
2. what is your lead time for your goods?
Normally 45 days after confirmed order. 30 days could be available in low season for some items (during May to July), and 65 days during new year and hot season ( Jan to March).

 3. Do you attend any Show?
We attend Hannover show in Germany, NMW in Austrilia, Canton fair, PTC, in China and many other special furniture shows.

 

Usage: Transmission Chain
Material: Alloy/Carbon Steel
Surface Treatment: Custom Made
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: Custom Made
Structure: Custom Made
Customization:
Available

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wheel sprocket

Best Lubrication Practices for wheel sprocket Systems

Proper lubrication is essential for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of wheel sprocket systems. The lubrication practices can vary depending on the specific application and the environment in which the system operates. Here are some best practices for lubricating wheel sprocket systems:

  • Cleanliness: Before applying any lubricant, ensure that the wheel sprocket surfaces are clean and free from dirt, debris, and old lubricant residue. Cleaning the components helps prevent contaminants from mixing with the lubricant and causing additional wear.
  • Choose the Right Lubricant: Select a lubricant specifically designed for the wheel sprocket system. Consider factors such as load, speed, temperature, and environmental conditions when choosing the appropriate lubricant. Some systems may require grease, while others may need oil-based lubricants.
  • Apply Adequate Amount: Apply the lubricant in the right quantity to ensure proper coverage of the contacting surfaces. Too little lubricant may not provide sufficient protection, while too much can lead to excess heat and waste.
  • Regular Lubrication Schedule: Establish a maintenance schedule for lubrication based on the operating conditions of the system. In high-demand applications, more frequent lubrication may be necessary to prevent premature wear.
  • Monitor and Reapply: Regularly monitor the condition of the wheel sprocket system and observe any signs of inadequate lubrication, such as increased friction or unusual noise. Reapply lubricant as needed to maintain optimal performance.
  • Re-lubrication After Cleaning: If the wheel sprocket system is cleaned, ensure that fresh lubricant is applied after cleaning to restore the protective layer.
  • Consider Lubrication Type: Depending on the application, consider using dry lubricants or solid lubricants for environments where dust and dirt accumulation may be a concern.

It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and guidelines for lubrication. Additionally, consult with lubrication experts or equipment suppliers for specific recommendations based on your wheel sprocket system’s unique requirements.

wheel sprocket

Inspecting a wheel sprocket for Wear and Tear

Regular inspection of the wheel sprocket is essential to ensure their proper functioning and to identify any signs of wear and tear. Here are the steps to inspect a wheel sprocket:

  1. Visual Inspection: Start by visually examining the wheel sprocket for any visible signs of wear, damage, or deformation. Look for cracks, chips, dents, or any irregularities on the surface of both components.
  2. Check for Misalignment: Verify that the wheel sprocket are properly aligned with each other. Misalignment can lead to accelerated wear and affect the overall performance of the system.
  3. Measure Wear: Use calipers or a wear gauge to measure the sprocket’s tooth profile and the wheel’s rolling surface. Compare these measurements with the original specifications to determine if significant wear has occurred.
  4. Inspect Teeth and Chain Engagement: If the wheel sprocket are part of a chain drive system, closely examine the sprocket teeth and chain engagement. Worn or elongated teeth can cause poor chain engagement and lead to premature failure.
  5. Lubrication: Check the lubrication of the wheel sprocket. Insufficient or excessive lubrication can cause increased friction, leading to wear and reduced efficiency.
  6. Bearing Condition: If the wheel is mounted on a shaft with bearings, inspect the bearings for any signs of wear, noise, or rough movement. Properly functioning bearings are crucial for the smooth operation of the system.
  7. Inspect Mounting Hardware: Ensure that all nuts, bolts, and other mounting hardware are securely tightened. Loose fasteners can cause vibration and misalignment issues.
  8. Check for Contaminants: Remove any debris, dirt, or foreign particles that may have accumulated on the wheel or sprocket. Contaminants can accelerate wear and damage the components.
  9. Replacement or Maintenance: Based on the inspection results, determine if any parts need replacement or if maintenance is required. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage and maintain the system’s performance.

Regularly scheduled inspections and maintenance can help prolong the lifespan of the wheel sprocket assembly, optimize performance, and ensure the safety of the mechanical system.

wheel sprocket

Types of Sprockets Used with Wheels

In mechanical systems, sprockets are toothed wheels that mesh with a chain or a belt to transmit rotational motion and power. There are several types of sprockets used with wheels, each designed for specific applications:

1. Roller Chain Sprockets:

These are the most common type of sprockets used with wheels and are designed to work with roller chains. Roller chain sprockets have teeth that match the profile of the chain’s rollers, ensuring smooth engagement and reducing wear on both the sprocket and the chain. They are widely used in bicycles, motorcycles, and industrial machinery.

2. Silent Chain Sprockets:

Also known as inverted-tooth chain sprockets, these sprockets are designed to work with silent chains. Silent chains are toothed chains that run quietly and smoothly, making them ideal for applications where noise reduction is essential, such as timing drives in engines and automotive systems.

3. Timing Belt Sprockets:

Timing belt sprockets are used with timing belts to ensure precise synchronization between the crankshaft and camshaft in internal combustion engines. They have specially designed teeth that fit the profile of the timing belt, allowing for accurate timing and smooth motion.

4. Idler Sprockets:

Idler sprockets are used to guide and tension chains or belts in a system. They do not transmit power themselves but play a crucial role in maintaining proper tension and alignment, which is essential for efficient power transmission and to prevent chain or belt slack.

5. Weld-On Sprockets:

Weld-on sprockets are designed to be welded directly onto a wheel hub or shaft, providing a secure and permanent attachment. They are commonly used in industrial machinery and equipment.

6. Double-Single Sprockets:

Double-single sprockets, also known as duplex sprockets, have two sets of teeth on one sprocket body. They are used when two separate chains need to be driven at the same speed and with the same sprocket ratio, often found in heavy-duty applications and conveyor systems.

7. Taper-Lock Sprockets:

Taper-lock sprockets are designed with a taper and keyway to provide a secure and easy-to-install connection to the shaft. They are widely used in power transmission systems, where sprocket positioning and removal are frequent.

Each type of sprocket is selected based on the specific application’s requirements, chain or belt type, and the desired performance characteristics. Proper selection and maintenance of sprockets are essential for ensuring efficient power transmission and extending the life of the entire system.

China Professional China Agricultural Chains Roller Transmission Chains and Sprockets  China Professional China Agricultural Chains Roller Transmission Chains and Sprockets
editor by CX 2023-11-16