lengthy pitch 700 Class Pintle Chain of-fers highest strength at minimal fat. It is actually to-tally suited for sewage plant applications at the same time as other conveying and elevating uses. Sidebars have casted lugs to ?t.
T-head pins ?t snugly, getting rid of pin rotation and stopping the entrance of dirt and grit to the accu-rately cored pin holes. Closed bearing development also helps to maintain the chain safe and sound from pitch elonga-tion due to abrasive wear.
Riveted chain development is proposed for sewage application, but either cottered or riveted con-struction is accessible on request. Stainless steel cot-ters is usually furnished when speci?ed.
“F” attachments shown inside the following pages and tables conform to field standards. Having said that, several specials may also be accessible. Speak to for facts.
700 Class Pintle Chain is furnished with carbon steel heat taken care of pins. These pins achieve optimum articulation given that they are man-ufactured to exact diameters which thoroughly ?t the ac-curately cored holes of the chain hyperlinks.
Brutaloy sprocket wheels are available.The curved sidebars on 700 Class Pintle Chain really are a characteristic which enhances maximum chain life when chain is run on Chain Saver Hunting Tooth Sprockets. A, F, K, and M Style attachments are available. The “F” type attachments have substantial face plates with bolt holes for secure mounting of wooden ?ights.
As drive chain, 700 Class Pintle back links are designed to travel inside the route of their barrel ends; as ele-vator and conveyor chain, they must travel in the di-rection of their open ends. All 700 Class Chain is manufactured to manufacturer’s specifications and it is in-terchangeable with other manufacturers’ chain.