Featuring two rows of links, double-strand roller chains can transmit high power at a small pitch size, making them well suited for applications with high speeds and heavy loads. The links on the chain mesh with teeth on a compatible sprocket to transmit power between shafts in a chain drive system.
Unlike belts, chains will not slip or creep, and they can operate in wet, dirty, or corrosive environments. Use chains with sprockets that have the same ANSI number.
General Purpose Chains
Reliably transmit mechanical power on equipment with drive systems such as machines and conveyors with these general-purpose double-strand roller chains.
Join the ends of a length of chain using these individual connecting links, also known as master links. They have a removable side plate that lets you install the chain ends onto the link quickly.
Make a chain with an odd number of pitches or shorten a chain by a single pitch with these offset links, also known as half links, crank links, and add-and-connect links. They have a removable side plate that lets you install the chain ends onto the link quickly.