is obtainable in two types: “H” Class Transfer Chain and Mixture Transfer Chain. “H” Class Transfer Chain in-cludes individuals numbered H 78A, H 78B, H 130, H 131, and H 138. All “H” Class Transfer Chain is obtainable only in riv-eted development. “H” Class Transfer Chain numbered H 78A, H 130, and H 131 is made with peaked roofs. Chain numbered H 138 and H 78B has ?at roofs.
Mixture Transfer Chain consists of people numbered C55A, C55B, and C55C. It is actually offered only in riveted con-struction with peaked roofs.
The two types of Transfer Chain, referred to at times as “roof top” and “camelback” chain, are de-signed to carry heavily concentrated loads such as lum-ber, boxes, barrels, and crates.These are normally meant for operation in troughs in two or far more parallel strands, with only the tops on the hyperlinks protruding.
All Transfer Chain is accessible in Promal. The tensile strengths of Transfer Chain vary from eleven,700 to 29,900 pounds.
Rivet pins furnished with “H” Class Trans-fer Chain are T-head pins which engage two head hold-ers, cast within the side bars of every hyperlink, to stop pin rotation and reduce dress in and elongation of pitch.
Transfer Chain is accessible in a pitch range of one.631 to 4.000 inches. Just about every Transfer Chain is produced in accordance to manufacturer’s stan-dards and may well be interchanged with chain of other man-ufacturers, wherever offered.
Cast Iron and Fabricated Steel sprockets can be found for every pitch size.