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Solitary STRAND ROLLER CHAIN SPROCKETS
There are six different standard varieties of sprockets for single strand roller chain. We stock a complete type of each type! Our standard solitary strand roller chain sprockets are produced with hardened the teeth (for tooth counts under 30), used high quality quality SAE 1045 steel material, and are finished with black-oxide for corrosion resistance.
To start out shopping simply choose what chain size you are using with your sprocket. Next select the type needed, lastly select the desired tooth count and possible accessories needed, you then are ready to obtain your sprockets! If at any point you have queries or difficulty finding or choosing your sprocket please contact our customer service department and we will be happy to assist you.
DOUBLE SINGLE SPROCKETS
Double solitary sprockets are created to operate two single-strand type roller chains, this is where the name “double single” came from. Typically these sprockets certainly are a style but both BTB taper bushed and QD style is available from stock. Our double solitary sprockets are manufactured with hardened teeth and have a dark oxide coating for excellent performance and a slight corrosion resistance. Share sizes of double one sprockets range from ANSI #40 – #160 but additional sizes could be manufactured upon request. We are able to also supply quick reaction custom re-bores and MTO specialized double single sprockets because of our quick reaction in-house machine shop. Something vital that you note is that even though these sprockets are dual sprockets they will not double-strand roller chain. The charts below display the in-stock dual solitary sprocket sizes and also have clickable links to the product pages themselves.
ROLLER CHAIN SPROCKET NOMENCLATURE
Different sprocket manufactures use different “conditions” or nomenclature to spell it out their sprockets. Though, through the entire general history of roller chain sprockets almost every produce utilizes four various kinds of sprockets and has used the same nomenclature for them.
STANDARD SPROCKET STYLES
Style A, also called A-Plate or just “plate sprocket” is certainly a set sprocket plate-wheel with no hubs that extrude on either side.
Style B, also known as B-Hub sprockets is a sprocket with a hub that extrudes on one side.
Style C, also called C-Hub sprockets is a sprocket with a hub that extrudes on both sides.
Style D, is a sprocket with a detachable bolt-on hub attached to a plate.
MULTI-STRAND ROLLER CHAIN SPROCKETS
Multi strand roller chain sprockets begins with a prefix except when past 4-strands. We supply single through twelve (12) strand roller chain sprockets in the four standard styles and also various other styles upon request.
D – Double Roller Chain Sprockets/ Duplex Sprockets
E – Triple Roller Chain Sprockets/ Triplex Sprockets
F – 4 Strand Sprockets/ Quadruple Sprockets
DS – Double Single (these sprockets are created to operate two single-strands of roller chain part parallel to each other)
COMMON SPROCKET STYLES
QD design sprockets, also called “quick detachable” utilize a tapered bushing that’s bolted in to the bore that is machined in the sprocket. When the bushing is usually inserted into the sprocket is compresses onto the shaft, which gives a tight grip.
Taper Bushed sprockets, commonly designated with TL, BTL, CTL, TB, BTB, or CTB is another design of interchangeable bushed sprockets that provides a positive hold on the driven shaft.
Shear Pin sprockets make use of a shear pin type hub that’s bolted to a sprocket to provide an overload device. If the torque ranking is usually exceeded the shear device disengages the sprocket from the drive.
Split type roller chain sprockets are manufactured for quick installation with out disruption of the shaft and alignment.
SPROCKET PART NUMBER NOMENCLATURE
When identifying a sprocket with a component amount, standardly the chain pitch will be created first, then your hub design or code, and accompanied by the number of teeth the sprocket has. If the sprocket is definitely multi strand there will most often be considered a letter prefix at the start of the part number.