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Single-Strand Roller Chains

Single-Strand Roller Chains

These chains have a single row of links that mesh with teeth on a compatible sprocket to transmit power between drive 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

Durable general-purpose roller chains are a good choice for conveying equipment, machinery, or similar applications.

Steel

Heavy Duty Chains

Ideal for applications with heavy loads or shock loads where space is limited, these chains are the same size as general-purpose chains with the same pitch, but they have thicker side plates for increased strength.

Steel

Corrosion-Resistant Chains

Made from corrosion-resistant materials, these chains resist rusting or degrading in wet or corrosive conditions.

Nickel coated Steel

Anti-Corrosive coated Steel

304 Stainless Steel

Poly-Steel

Double-Pitch Chains

Featuring extra-long plates, these double-pitch roller chains have half as many pins and rollers as comparable standard roller chains and are an economical solution for applications with light loads, low to moderate speeds, and long drives.

Steel

Conveyor

Riveted

Hollow Pin

Anti-Corrosive Steel

Riveted

Self-Lubricating Chains

Choose these self-lubricating chains for applications where lubricants cannot be used, such as in facilities where lubricants may attract abrasive dirt and debris that would damage the chain. They typically require less maintenance than chains that require lubrication.

Steel

Flexible Chains

Also known as side-bow chains, use these chains on systems with curved tracks or misaligned sprockets. They have extra space between the chain components that allows the chains to flex side to side.

Steel

High-Strength Leaf Chains

Sturdy leaf chains, also known as counterbalance chains, provide more tensile strength than roller chains. They are well suited for low-speed pulling and lifting applications and can be used as counterweight chains for machine tools, fork lift masts, elevator doors, and other equipment.

Consisting of interlaced plates connected with rivet pins, leaf chain should be installed on flat pulleys, not sprockets. When worn or damaged, the whole chain must be replaced.

Steel