China Best Sales 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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Compatibility of Chain Sprockets with Wheels

In general, chain sprockets are designed to work with specific types of wheels, and there are certain requirements for ensuring proper compatibility:

  • Chain Size and Pitch: The chain sprocket must match the size and pitch of the chain it is intended to work with. For example, if you have a roller chain with a pitch of 0.625 inches, you need a sprocket with the same pitch to ensure a proper fit.
  • Number of Teeth: The number of teeth on the sprocket should be compatible with the number of chain links. The chain should mesh smoothly with the sprocket without any binding or skipping.
  • Tooth Profile: The tooth profile of the sprocket should match the shape of the chain’s rollers to ensure smooth engagement and minimize wear.
  • Shaft Size: The center hole (bore) of the sprocket should match the diameter of the shaft it will be mounted on. Using the correct shaft size ensures a secure fit and prevents wobbling.
  • Hub Configuration: Some sprockets have hubs, which are extensions on either side of the sprocket. The hub’s length and configuration should match the requirements of the specific application.
  • Material and Strength: Consider the material and strength of the sprocket based on the application’s load and environmental conditions. Heavy-duty applications may require sprockets made of robust materials to withstand the forces and stresses.

It’s crucial to follow the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines when selecting a chain sprocket for a particular wheel. Mixing incompatible sprockets and wheels can result in premature wear, inefficiencies, and potential safety hazards. If you are unsure about the compatibility, consult with the manufacturer or a knowledgeable expert to ensure you choose the right sprocket for your specific application.

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Inspecting a wheel sprocket for Wear and Tear

Regular inspection of the wheel sprocket is essential to ensure their proper functioning and to identify any signs of wear and tear. Here are the steps to inspect a wheel sprocket:

  1. Visual Inspection: Start by visually examining the wheel sprocket for any visible signs of wear, damage, or deformation. Look for cracks, chips, dents, or any irregularities on the surface of both components.
  2. Check for Misalignment: Verify that the wheel sprocket are properly aligned with each other. Misalignment can lead to accelerated wear and affect the overall performance of the system.
  3. Measure Wear: Use calipers or a wear gauge to measure the sprocket’s tooth profile and the wheel’s rolling surface. Compare these measurements with the original specifications to determine if significant wear has occurred.
  4. Inspect Teeth and Chain Engagement: If the wheel sprocket are part of a chain drive system, closely examine the sprocket teeth and chain engagement. Worn or elongated teeth can cause poor chain engagement and lead to premature failure.
  5. Lubrication: Check the lubrication of the wheel sprocket. Insufficient or excessive lubrication can cause increased friction, leading to wear and reduced efficiency.
  6. Bearing Condition: If the wheel is mounted on a shaft with bearings, inspect the bearings for any signs of wear, noise, or rough movement. Properly functioning bearings are crucial for the smooth operation of the system.
  7. Inspect Mounting Hardware: Ensure that all nuts, bolts, and other mounting hardware are securely tightened. Loose fasteners can cause vibration and misalignment issues.
  8. Check for Contaminants: Remove any debris, dirt, or foreign particles that may have accumulated on the wheel or sprocket. Contaminants can accelerate wear and damage the components.
  9. Replacement or Maintenance: Based on the inspection results, determine if any parts need replacement or if maintenance is required. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage and maintain the system’s performance.

Regularly scheduled inspections and maintenance can help prolong the lifespan of the wheel sprocket assembly, optimize performance, and ensure the safety of the mechanical system.

wheel sprocket

How Does a wheel sprocket Assembly Transmit Power?

In a mechanical system, a wheel sprocket assembly is a common method of power transmission, especially when dealing with rotary motion. The process of power transmission through a wheel sprocket assembly involves the following steps:

1. Input Source:

The power transmission process begins with an input source, such as an electric motor, engine, or human effort. This input source provides the necessary rotational force (torque) to drive the system.

2. Wheel Rotation:

When the input source applies rotational force to the wheel, it starts to rotate around its central axis (axle). The wheel’s design and material properties are essential to withstand the applied load and facilitate smooth rotation.

3. Sprocket Engagement:

Connected to the wheel is a sprocket, which is a toothed wheel designed to mesh with a chain. When the wheel rotates, the sprocket’s teeth engage with the links of the chain, creating a positive drive system.

4. Chain Rotation:

As the sprocket engages with the chain, the rotational force is transferred to the chain. The chain’s links transmit this rotational motion along its length.

5. Driven Component:

The other end of the chain is connected to a driven sprocket, which is attached to the component that needs to be powered or driven. This driven component could be another wheel, a conveyor belt, or any other machine part requiring motion.

6. Power Transmission:

As the chain rotates due to the engagement with the sprocket, the driven sprocket also starts to rotate, transferring the rotational force to the driven component. The driven component now receives the power and motion from the input source via the wheel, sprocket, and chain assembly.

7. Output and Operation:

The driven component performs its intended function based on the received power and motion. For example, in a bicycle, the chain and sprocket assembly transmit power from the rider’s pedaling to the rear wheel, propelling the bicycle forward.

Overall, a wheel sprocket assembly is an efficient and reliable method of power transmission, commonly used in various applications, including bicycles, motorcycles, industrial machinery, and conveyor systems.

China Best Sales Standard Conveyor Chain Sprockets or Chain Wheel Sprocket Hub  China Best Sales Standard Conveyor Chain Sprockets or Chain Wheel Sprocket Hub
editor by CX 2023-10-27