Because of improper use or service life, industrial conveyor chains need to be updated after they are damaged. What should be done when using new industrial conveyor chains to update old chains? Here are the reference replacement steps we provide to you.
If any fixture connecting two or more chains, such as strips, bushes, hoppers, etc., is removed (unless it is sufficient to allow proper spacing between chains). Then, the chain is disconnected at the tightening end by removing the outer link or connecting the link (as required).
Next, new chains of easy length can be fixed to old chains using the original link link link (if possible). Attention should be paid to ensuring that the chain method is correct. New fixtures should be connected to the new chain, or old fixtures should be reconnected to ensure that the chain passes through the center.
Next, the transmission device can be used to make the new suspension chain gradually run up and the old chain gradually fall down.
When the new industrial conveyor chain has been sent to the conveyor, the next easy-to-handle length can be connected, this time using a new link. At the same time, the old chain can be disconnected from the lower stream. Repeat until all chains are replaced.
In this way, the new engineering conveyor chain will be replaced, and new chains can be used to work properly. Here, the editor should remind you not to use the old and new connections. It is better to replace each one, so as to save trouble later.