China Standard Standard Conveyor Chain Sprockets or Chain Wheel Sprocket Hub

Product Description

Sprockets for Drop Forged Chains

Chain
Model
Pitch
(mm)
Gear
Number
Z
D2
(mm)
D
(mm)
D3
(mm)
D1
(mm)
D4
(mm)
A
(mm)
Number
of Bolts
Bolt
Size
B
(mm)
C
(mm)
P100 100 6 197.8 70 105 143 135 83 6 M12 16 36
100 7 228.2 70 108 146 173 83 6 M12 16 36
100 8 259.1 85 144 170 196 83 6 M12 16 36
100 9 290.4 105 174 200 232 83 6 M12 16 36
100 10 321.9 105 179 241.3 264 83 8 M12 16 36
P142 142 6 284 85 136.5 168.3 190.5 112 6 M12 16 46
142 7 327.3 105 162 200 234 112 6 M16 16 46
142 8 371.1 115 187.3 241.3 282 127 8 M20 16 46
142 9 415.2 150 240 285.8 330 127 8 M20 16 46
142 10 459.5 150 240 285.8 330 127 8 M20 16 46
142 11 504 170 310 368.3 419 150 8 M20 16 46
142 12 548.6 170 345 415 465 150 8 M20 16 46
142 13 593.4 170 380 470 521 150 8 M20 16 46
142 14 638.1 170 380 470 546 150 10 M20 16 46
P142H 142 7 327.3 105 162 200 234 127 6 M16 18 69
142 8 371.1 115 187.3 241.3 282 150 8 M20 18 69
142 9 415.2 150 240 285.8 330 150 8 M20 18 69
142 10 459.5 150 240 285.8 330 150 8 M20 18 69
142 11 504 170 310 368.3 419 150 8 M20 18 69
142 12 548.6 170 345 415 465 150 8 M20 18 69
142 13 593.4 170 380 470 520 180 8 M20 18 69
142 14 638.1 170 380 470 546 180 10 M20 18 69

Trailers for Drop Forged Chains

 

Chain Model Gear Number
Z
D1
(mm)
D
(mm)
A
(mm)
C
(mm)
P100 6 197.8 65 57 35
7 228.2 65 57 35
8 259.1 65 57 35
9 290.4 65 57 35
10 321.9 65 57 35
P142 6 284 85 74 45
7 327.3 85 74 45
8 371.1 85 77 45
9 415.2 115 77 45
10 459.5 115 77 45
11 504 115 105 45
12 548.6 115 105 45
13 593.4 115 120 45
14 638.1 115 120 45
P142H 7 327.3 115 110 75
8 371.1 115 110 75
9 415.2 115 110 75
10 459.5 115 120 75
11 504 140 120 75
12 548.6 140 120 75
13 593.4 140 120 75
14 638.1 140 140 75

 

Note: Customized sizes and material are available CZPT request

Sprockets for Roller Conveyor Chains

 

Model Pitch(mm) Gear Number
Z
d1
(mm)
d
(mm)
D
(mm)
D1
(mm)
A
(mm)
B
(mm)
66.675 66.675 6 22.23 133.41 40 75 80 22.8
66.675 7 22.23 153.74 40 75 80 22.8
66.675 8 22.23 174.31 50 100 100 22.8
66.675 9 22.23 195.04 50 100 100 22.8
66.675 10 22.23 215.87 60 110 100 22.8
66.675 11 22.23 236.78 60 110 100 22.8
66.675 12 22.23 257.74 60 110 100 22.8
100 100 8 36 261.44 60 110 100 33.2
100 9 36 292.52 70 120 100 33.2
100 10 36 323.77 70 120 100 33.2

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Transport Package: Pallet
Specification: Drop Forged Chain Sprockets, Roller Chain Sprocket
Trademark: Yutung
Origin: China
Samples:
US$ 10/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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Safety Precautions for Working with wheel sprocket Systems

Working with wheel sprocket systems involves potential hazards, and it’s essential to follow safety precautions to prevent accidents and injuries. Here are some safety measures to consider:

  • Proper Training: Ensure that anyone working with the wheel sprocket systems is adequately trained in their operation, maintenance, and safety procedures.
  • Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Always wear appropriate PPE, such as safety glasses, gloves, and protective clothing, to protect against potential hazards.
  • Lockout/Tagout: Before performing any maintenance or repair work on the system, follow lockout/tagout procedures to prevent accidental startup or energization.
  • Keep Work Area Clean: Maintain a clean work area and remove any debris or obstacles that could interfere with the operation of the system.
  • Inspect Regularly: Regularly inspect the wheels, sprockets, and chains for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Address any issues promptly.
  • Ensure Proper Lubrication: Adequate lubrication of the sprockets and chains is crucial for smooth operation and to reduce friction and wear.
  • Check Tension: Verify that the chain tension is within the recommended range. Too loose or too tight tension can lead to operational problems.
  • Avoid Loose Clothing: Keep long hair, loose clothing, and jewelry away from moving parts to avoid entanglement.
  • Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines: Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for installation, operation, and maintenance of the wheel sprocket system.
  • Use Guards and Enclosures: Install appropriate guards and enclosures to protect against contact with moving parts.
  • Safe Handling: When transporting or handling heavy wheels or sprockets, use proper lifting techniques and equipment.

Prioritizing safety when working with wheel sprocket systems is essential to prevent accidents and maintain a safe working environment. Always be vigilant, follow safety protocols, and address any concerns promptly to ensure the well-being of everyone involved.

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Using a Belt Sprocket in Place of a Chain Sprocket with a Wheel

Yes, in many cases, a belt sprocket can be used in place of a chain sprocket with a wheel, provided that the system is designed to accommodate the change.

Both chain sprockets and belt sprockets serve the same fundamental purpose of transferring rotational motion and power between the wheel and the driven component. However, there are some important considerations to keep in mind when replacing a chain sprocket with a belt sprocket:

  • Alignment: Belt sprockets and chain sprockets must be aligned properly with the wheel to ensure smooth and efficient power transmission. Any misalignment can cause premature wear and reduce the system’s overall performance.
  • Tension: Chain-driven systems require specific tension to prevent slack and maintain proper engagement between the sprockets and the chain. Belt-driven systems, on the other hand, require appropriate tension to prevent slippage. Ensuring the correct tension for the specific type of sprocket is crucial for reliable operation.
  • Load Capacity: Consider the load capacity and torque requirements of the system when selecting a belt sprocket. Belt sprockets may have different load-carrying capabilities compared to chain sprockets, and using the wrong type can lead to premature wear or failure.
  • Speed and RPM: Belt-driven systems may have different operating speeds and RPM limits compared to chain-driven systems. Ensure that the selected belt sprocket can handle the desired rotational speed without exceeding its design limitations.
  • System Design: Changing from a chain-driven system to a belt-driven system (or vice versa) may require modifications to the overall system design, including the size of the sprockets and the layout of the system. Consult with an engineer or a qualified professional to ensure that the replacement is appropriate and safe.

Overall, replacing a chain sprocket with a belt sprocket can be a viable option in certain applications. However, it’s essential to consider the factors mentioned above and evaluate the compatibility of the new sprocket with the existing system to achieve optimal performance and longevity.

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Choosing the Right Size of Sprocket to Match a Wheel

Choosing the correct size of sprocket to match a wheel is essential for ensuring efficient power transmission and proper functionality of a mechanical system. Here are the steps to help you choose the right size of sprocket:

1. Determine the Pitch Diameter of the Wheel:

Measure the diameter of the wheel from the center to the point where the teeth of the sprocket will engage with the wheel. This measurement is known as the pitch diameter of the wheel.

2. Identify the Desired Gear Ratio:

Determine the gear ratio you want to achieve for your application. The gear ratio is the ratio of the number of teeth on the sprocket to the number of teeth on the wheel and determines the speed and torque output.

3. Calculate the Number of Teeth on the Sprocket:

Once you have the pitch diameter of the wheel and the desired gear ratio, you can calculate the number of teeth on the sprocket using the formula:

Number of Teeth on Sprocket = (Desired Gear Ratio) * (Number of Teeth on Wheel)

4. Select a Standard Sprocket Size:

Based on the calculated number of teeth on the sprocket, choose a standard sprocket size that comes closest to the calculated value. Sprockets are available in various tooth counts, and you may need to choose the nearest size available.

5. Consider Chain Compatibility:

If you are using a chain drive system, ensure that the selected sprocket is compatible with the chain you plan to use. The chain pitch (distance between the centers of adjacent roller pins) should match the pitch of the sprocket.

6. Verify Center Distance:

Check that the center distance between the wheel and the sprocket is appropriate for your application. The center distance is the distance between the centers of the wheel and the sprocket and should be set to achieve the desired tension and alignment of the chain or belt.

7. Consider the Material and Tooth Profile:

Select a sprocket material suitable for your application, such as steel, stainless steel, or plastic, based on factors like load, environment, and operating conditions. Additionally, consider the tooth profile (standard or custom) to ensure smooth engagement with the chain or belt.

By following these steps and considering the specific requirements of your machinery and mechanical system, you can choose the right size of sprocket to match your wheel and achieve optimal performance and longevity of the system.

China Standard Standard Conveyor Chain Sprockets or Chain Wheel Sprocket Hub  China Standard Standard Conveyor Chain Sprockets or Chain Wheel Sprocket Hub
editor by CX 2023-09-20