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Driving Chain

Driving chain built in accordance with JB 3876 and ANSI B29.1.

It has increased thickness of the chain plates than the standard roller chain, by using the thickness of next pitch roller chain plate.

Driving chain is not necessarily stronger than Standard Series Roller Chain. However, the thicker link plate provides greater capacity (approximately 10%) for absorbing shock loads, increasing in fatigue resistance for those drives subjected to heavy shock loads, multiple stops/starts or reversing.

Chain Size:
 ISO Standard:    08AH, 10AH, 12AH, 16AH, 20AH, 24AH, 28AH, 32AH, 36AH, 40AH, 48AH
 ANSI Standard:  40H, 50H, 60H, 80H, 100H, 120H.140H, 160H, 180H, 200H, 240H

Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel

The heavy series chains are widely used in various industries. To meet the insistent demands of heavy industry, construction and agriculture, stronger and higher performing chains which can replace the corresponding ASME/ANSI standard chains are necessary.

What Is A Drive Chain?

A Drive chain is also known as a roller chain or transmission chain. This simple chain is often used to convey power to motorcycles and move the wheels.

Drive chains are oval loops that are used to move heavy objects from one place to another. These chains are usually made of multiple links with more than one gear and can go around a corner. 

Among the many advantages of drive chains, they are inexpensive, easy to manufacture and maintain, and can be changed when needed. This is why they are an increasingly popular choice for mechanical drives.

The best part of a drive chain is its ability to transmit power. If properly maintained, it will last for years. And that’s why they are extremely popular in various industries.

How Does a Drive Chain Work?

Drive chains are used in the transmission of motion from a power source to a driven wheel. These devices are usually made from rigid links with pin joints that allow them to wrap around a wheel without deforming or twisting. 

The sprocket is the driving wheel that fits onto a shaft. It is held in place by a key, and a chain connects the two sprockets. It transfers power and speed. Some common applications of drive chains include bicycles, motorcycles, rollers, rolling mills, and road rollers.

The standard series of roller chains are the most common drive chain. Its power rating capacity covers a wide range of drive load requirements. Multiple-strand roller chains offer increased power capacity without increasing the chain pitch or linear speed. Another type of drive chain is the silent or inverted tooth chain. This type of drive is made of multiple toothed link plates and has flexibly independent of each pitch. 

A drive chain may have more than one gear. This increases its power capacity. They are often a simple oval loop and contain more than one gear. The second gear recovers power from the shaft or hub. It is often called a double-strand chain. The third gear is called a dual-strand chain, and it is a multi-strand drive chain. 

In a drive chain, the chain conveys the power. The chain passes over a sprocket gear which transfers the power and causes the wheels to move. The sprockets have teeth that fit in the holes in the chain links. Now, as the gear is turned, it pulls the chain, thereby putting force into the system. This is how chain drive works.