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Components

1.jpgCONNECTING LINK (Spring Clip Type ) :
Spring clip type is standard for small pitch chains through size #60.
Similar to the pin link, except that the detachable plate is slip-fitted to the pins and retained by a spring clip.
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CONNECTING LINK (Cotter Pin Type) :
Cotter type is standard for #80 chain through #240 chain.

Similar to the pin link except that the detachable plate is slip-fitted to the pins and retained by cotter pins.
3.jpgCONNECTING LINK (Cotter Pin Type) :
Similar to the cotter type connecting link, except the detachable plate is retained by one single long cotter pin.
Supplied when required.
4.jpgOFFSET LINK (Standard : Single-Pitch Offset Link) :
When a strand of chain consists of an odd number of pitches, an   offset link is needed to assemble the chain. Assembly is simple, and   chains can be custom fit to your power transmission needs. (Also known as a half link).
Consists of two offset link plates, one special pin, one bushing   and one roller. The pin is slip-fitted and retained by a cotter pin.
5.jpgTWO-PITCH OFFSET LINK :
Consists of an offset link and a roller link permanently riveted   together. The Pin is press fitted to the offset link plated. Standard   for 1/4 inch pitch (Ansi#25) and smaller chains.
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ROLLER LINK : (ISO Inner link)
Consists of two bushings press fitted to each of the link plates   and two rollers. Just enough clearance is provided for the rollers to turn freely over the bushings. The same roller links are used for both   single and multiple strand chains.

7.jpgPIN LINK: (ISO Outer link)
Permanent outside link that cannot be removed. Consists of a U-link (two pins and two pin link plates assembly) and a press fit   plate. The pins are press fitted to both plates and riveted after assembly.