Product Description

Drop Forged Chains “Y” Serial

 

FEATURES

• It consists of forged steel links, which can be equipped with various plastic or steel scrapers. The connection pin between these links is in a circlip version.
• Special heat treated alloy steel,drop forged and precision machined, with case hardened.
• High strength, strong load-carrying capability.
• Extremely hard exterior surface and superior wear
resistance.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Model P
(mm)
H
(mm)
B
(mm)
D
(mm)
b
(mm)
T
(mm)
Breaking Load
(Min.)
Material
P100 100 30 33 14 15.5 13 140KN 40Cr
P125-B 125 35 34 17 17 8 150KN 40Cr
P142 142 50.8 43 25 19 12.2 180KN 20CrMnTi
300KN 40Cr
P142H 142 50 62 25 29 15 280KN 20CrMnTi
460KN 40Cr
P160 160 40 48 20 22.5 20 240KN 40Cr
P200 200 64 50 32 23 15 390KN 40Cr
P200-E 200 45 42 20 20 12.2 200KN 40Cr

Note: Customised sizes and material are available CHINAMFG request

 

Roller Conveyor Chains

FEATURES

• It consists of a combination of inner and outer links. 
• The bush/pin connections between the links are available in a circlip, split pin, or a riveted version. 
• The steel scrapers can be either bent or welded. 
• UHMWPE lights are suggested to attach to the scrapers for more eficiency and high wear resistance.

GLF Type

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Model Pitch
(P)
Scraper
Distance
(P1)
Inner
Width
(b)
Plate
Width
(B)
T1 T2 Roller
Dia.
(D)
Bush
Dia.
(D2)
Pin Dia
(D1)
Chain
Width
(L)
E1 E2 Number
of Holes
(n)
d Breaking
Load in
KN
(Min.)
GLF66.675
(6)D×182
66.675 266.7 26 30 6 6 22.23   12.7 182 90 150 4 9 130
GLF66.675
(6)D×215
66.675 266.7 26 30 6 6 22.23   12.7 215 95 195 4 9 130
GLF66.675
(6)D×295
66.675 266.7 26 30 6 6 22.23   12.7 295 95 195 4 9 130
GLF100
(6)D×170
100 200 38 40 6 6 36 21.6 16 170 115   2 9 220
GLF100
(6)D×225
100 200 38 40 6 6 36 21.6 16 225 104 194 4 9 220
GLF100
(6)D×294
100 200 38 40 6 6 36 21.6 16 294 115 245 4 9 220
GLF100
(5)×225
100 200 28 30 5 5 22.23   14.27 225 95 195 4 9 90
GLF125
(8)D×285
125 500 50 50 8 8 32   19.9 285 155 255 4 9 220
GLF125
(6)×235
125 250 32.5 40 6 6 28.58 20 14.27 235 95 195 4 9 170
GLF160
(6)×290
160 320 27 45 6 6 32 20 14.27 290 193   2 9 193

GLR Type

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Model Pitch
(P)
Scraper
Distance
(P1)
Inner
Width
(b)
Plate
Width
(B)
T1 T2 Roller
Dia.
(D)
Bush
Dia.
(D2)
Pin Dia
(D1)
Chain
Width
(L)
E1 E2 Number
of Holes
(n)
d Breaking
Load in
KN
(Min.)
GLR66.675 66.675 266.7 27.5 30 6 6 24   13 130 102 32 4 9 90
GLR100 100 200 38 40 6 6 36 21.6 16 130 102 32 4 9 220

 

 
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Material: Steel
Structure: Roller Chain
Surface Treatment: Oxygenation
Transport Package: Pallet
Specification: GLF, GLR
Trademark: Yutung
Samples:
US$ 10/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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conveyor

What are the considerations for selecting a corrosion-resistant conveyor chain?

When selecting a corrosion-resistant conveyor chain, several factors need to be considered to ensure the chain’s longevity and performance in corrosive environments. Here are some key considerations:

1. Material Selection: Choose a chain material that is inherently resistant to corrosion. Stainless steel, such as AISI 304 or AISI 316, is a common choice due to its excellent corrosion resistance properties. Other materials like plastic chains or special alloys can also be considered based on the specific application requirements.

2. Coatings and Surface Treatments: In some cases, additional protective coatings or surface treatments can be applied to enhance the chain’s corrosion resistance. These coatings, such as zinc plating, galvanizing, or epoxy coatings, create a barrier between the chain material and corrosive substances, preventing direct contact and reducing the risk of corrosion.

3. Environmental Compatibility: Consider the specific corrosive agents present in the environment where the conveyor chain will be used. Different corrosive substances, such as acids, alkalis, or saltwater, require specific resistance properties. Ensure that the selected chain material and coatings are compatible with the corrosive agents present in the operating environment.

4. Maintenance and Lubrication: Proper maintenance and lubrication play a crucial role in preventing corrosion and extending the life of a conveyor chain. Regular cleaning, inspection, and application of appropriate lubricants can help remove corrosive contaminants and protect the chain surface from degradation.

5. Testing and Certification: Consider chains that have undergone testing and certification for corrosion resistance in relevant industry standards. Look for certifications such as ISO 9227 (salt spray test) or ASTM B117 (corrosion resistance test) to ensure the chain’s performance in corrosive environments.

By carefully considering these factors and consulting with conveyor chain manufacturers or corrosion-resistant experts, you can select a chain that is well-suited for your specific corrosive environment, minimizing the risk of corrosion-related issues and ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

conveyor

Can a conveyor chain be used in food processing applications?

Yes, a conveyor chain can be used in food processing applications. Conveyor chains play a crucial role in the efficient and hygienic handling of food products throughout the production process. Here are some key points to consider:

1. Food-Grade Materials: Conveyor chains used in food processing applications are typically made from food-grade materials such as stainless steel or plastic. These materials are corrosion-resistant, easy to clean, and comply with food safety regulations.

2. Hygiene Considerations: Food processing environments require high standards of hygiene. Conveyor chains designed for food applications incorporate features such as smooth surfaces, open link designs, and easy disassembly for thorough cleaning. They may also have specialized coatings or treatments to prevent bacterial growth.

3. Sanitary Design: Conveyor chains for food processing applications are designed with minimal crevices or joints to prevent food particles from getting trapped. They may have self-draining capabilities to remove excess fluids or debris.

4. Product Integrity: Conveyor chains in food processing applications ensure gentle handling of delicate food products to avoid damage or contamination. They can be equipped with accessories like cleats, side guards, or modular belt systems to securely hold and transport items of various shapes and sizes.

5. High Temperature and Washdown Capabilities: Some food processing applications require conveyor chains to withstand high temperatures during cooking, baking, or sterilization processes. Specialized chains with heat-resistant materials or coatings are available. Additionally, conveyor chains used in food processing should be capable of withstanding frequent washdowns and cleaning with water or cleaning agents.

6. Compliance with Standards: Conveyor chains used in food processing applications must comply with industry-specific standards such as FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulations, HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) guidelines, and other food safety certifications.

When selecting a conveyor chain for food processing applications, it is important to consider the specific requirements of the production line, including the type of food being handled, the operating conditions, and the necessary sanitary standards. Proper maintenance and regular cleaning protocols should also be implemented to ensure food safety and product integrity.

conveyor

How do you properly tension a conveyor chain?

Properly tensioning a conveyor chain is crucial for its smooth operation and to prevent issues like chain slipping or excessive wear. Here are the steps to properly tension a conveyor chain:

  1. Identify the Tensioning Points: Determine the locations where the conveyor chain can be tensioned. These are typically at the ends of the chain or at specific tensioning devices.
  2. Loosen the Tensioning Devices: If there are tensioning devices in place, such as adjustable bolts or tensioning screws, loosen them to allow for adjustment.
  3. Apply Tension: Apply tension to the conveyor chain by either manually pulling the chain or using a tensioning tool. The amount of tension required depends on the chain type and the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  4. Check the Tension: Use a tension gauge or other suitable method to measure the tension of the conveyor chain. The tension should fall within the specified range provided by the chain manufacturer.
  5. Adjust the Tension: If the tension is too loose or too tight, make adjustments accordingly. Tighten or loosen the tensioning devices until the desired tension is achieved.
  6. Secure the Tensioning Devices: Once the proper tension is achieved, securely tighten the tensioning devices to hold the chain in place.
  7. Verify the Tension: After tensioning the chain, perform a visual inspection and run the conveyor to ensure the chain runs smoothly without excessive slack or tightness. Make any further adjustments if necessary.

It’s important to refer to the specific guidelines provided by the conveyor chain manufacturer for proper tensioning instructions, as the exact method may vary depending on the chain type and design. Regularly check the tension of the conveyor chain and make adjustments as needed to maintain optimal performance.

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editor by CX 2023-11-27