China Standard Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount

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Product Description

    Motorcycle chain is made of excellent steel such as 40Mn, 30CrMnTi and 20Mn. After stamping, cutting, rolling, cold heading and other processes with high precision machinery and equipment, the parts are processed and strengthened by isothermal carbonitriding heat treatment and then treated with rust prevention. Finally, the chain is assembled, riveted, pre-drawn and inspected by the automatic assembly and inspection line imported from ZheJiang to ensure the qualified performance of each chain.
    Motorcycle sprocket is made of 20CrMnTi, 1045 and other high quality steel. After high precision stamping, leveling, turning, milling and other processes, sprocket are strengthened by high temperature quenching process, and then electroplating, spraying and other surface treatment after shot blasting.

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ARGENTINA AX100, AXIS90, C70, C90, C100, C110, CB250, CBX150, CBX200, CD110, CG125 TODAY, CRYPTON, DAELTM, DAX70,  DT125, ECONO C90 LUXE, ELITE50, GY6-50, GY6-60, GY6-80, GY6-100, GY6-125, GY6-150, MAX100, NXR125, NX150, RX100, SMASH, STROM125, TITAN150, TITAN99, TITAN2000, YBR125, V80, WAVE110, XLR125, XR200R, XR250, ZANELLA200
COLUMBIA ACTIVE110, AKT110, AK125, AKT125, AX100, AX125, AXIS90, BIZ, BOXER CT100, BWS125, C50, C70/CD70/JH70, C90/CD90/JH90, C100, C110, CB150, CBF150, CD100, CG125, CG150, CG200, CICLON125, CRYPTON, CT100, CRUX, DISCOVER100, DISCOVER135, DT125, DT125K, ECO, EM125, EN125, FD115, FR50, FR80, FXD125, GN125, GN125H, GRAND, GS125, GSD-16LIBERO, GSX, GY6-150, GY6-200, HERO, JD100, JL110MIX, KW100, LB80, MT90/V50, PULSAR, RX100,RX115, RX125, RX135, SMASH110, SRZ150,  TIGER, TITAN99, TITAN150, TR125, TS/CN125, TS/CR125, V50, V80, WY147, XF90, XF125, XL125, XL185, XR200, YBR125
AFRICA AG100, AP125-9G, AP150, A100, AX100, BAJ100, BAJ205, BAJ3W, BS125, C50, C75, CB110, CB125, CB150,
CD100, CD110, CG125, CG150, CG200, CT100, DT125, FR80, GK125, JH70, K90, KYMCO, MB100, QLINK,
RC100, RE205, RX115, RX125, RX135, RZ100, V50, V80, SY125, TVS125, TVS160, YB100
INDIA ACTIVA, APACHE, BAJAJ CT100DLX, BAJAJ DISCOVER, BAJAJ PULSAR, CBZ STAR, CD100, CD-CLEL AX,
CRUX, CT100, DASHAION NEW MODEL, DISCOVER135, ENT, EWIRE, FIERO F2, KB-4S, KRZIMA-R,
LIBG-5, NXV, PASHAION, PLATINA100, PLATINA150, PULSAR, R15, SCOOTY PEP, SPLANDER, STAR,
SYARCTS, SUPEX SPLINDG, TVS GLX, TVS VICTOR, VICTOR, VLAMEAR, XCD125, XLS
PHILIPPINES AURA110, B120, BARAKO, C100, C70DD, CG125, CRYPTON, CRYPTON-Z/X1, DT125, G7S, HAWK1 50-2,
HD3, MIO, MSX125S/ZESTX110-1, RAIDER150, RS100, SAP110/MSX125-1, SHOGUN PRO,
SHOGUN/SHOGUN125, SMASH, STAR-X 125, STAR-X 150/155(ZS), STAR-X 155(JL), STX125, TM110S,
WAVE 100R, WAVE110, WAVE125, WELL 125R, WIND125, X-120, X4/GP125, X-PLORER-Z 200 NEW,
XRM, YL2 DX, YL2GF, ZEST X110-2/WELL 125S
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CG125, FR80, GL100, GLK, GLPRO, GL PRO CDI, GLPRO NEOTECH, GRAND, JUPITER-Z, KARISMA,
KAZE, L2SN, MEGA PRO NEW 2007, MIO SOUL, MIO/JUPITER MX, NINJA, PRIMA, PX150, RC110, RC80,
REVO, RG110, RX100, RXK NEW 2003, RXK/RXK NEW, RXS/RXKING
MIDDLE EAST AN125, AN150, BAJAJ150, BWS50, BWS100, CG250, CB250, CB150, DIO50 ZX, DT125, GS50,GY6, JH70,
JOG50, JOG70, KAB, KS4, KVB110,L110 A, MIO125, MIO150 2V, MIO150 4V, RE205, RX135, SYM125,
SYM150, UZ125, UZ/V125, VINO 50,WH100, WH125, YP250, ZY100, ZY125
TURKEY ACTIVA, AN125, C110, CD70, CD100, CD110, CM125, CUB, CUB LIF3VALF, CUB110, CG125, CG150, CG200, CG250, SCT125, SCT150, CBF125, CBF150, GY6, FIZY, SPACY, WH100, WH125, WAVE110, YBR125
MALAYSIA C70, C70Z, EG110, EX5, EX5 CLASS, FR80, GBO, GBO-J, KISS II, KR150, KRISS, LC35, MZ125,
RC110/RG110, RC80, RXS, RXZ, SRL110, TZM150, WAVE 100, WAVE 125, Y 100/Y110, Y 125Z, Y80
THAILAND A100SR, AX100, BEAT, BEST, C50K2, C70, DASH, DREAM, DT125, FR8ON, JR120, JUXEDO, KAZE, KR150-6, KS150-4/SERPICO, LS125, MIO, NOVAS, RC100/RC80, RXS, SMASH, SONIC, TENA, VR150, WAVE110, WAVE125, Y100, Y80M

Company Profile

    Team-Go I&E Co., Ltd.(HangZhou) is a professional company which integrates manufacturing, trading and supplying in a line. Team-Go is formerly knows as LZNF which is established in 1996, the main business is export, import and domestic trade of auto accessories part, food production and related services. It was also certified by ISO9001:2000 Quality Management System.
    Team-Go is an outstanding manufacturer and exporter with a long historical standing, high specialized and strong technical force. We also have strong ability to develop new products according to customer’s sample or drawing. Now our products enjoy good popularity in many markets, such as South America, Asian African and so on.
    Our company adherence to the principle “People oriented, Customers-centered, Intergrity insisted, Performance regarded”. To achieve the goal of win-win, we will do our best to save time, reduce space and win market for our clients. We expect that our rich resources and excellent services will meet your high requirements.
    Trusting us and choosing us will be your most correct choice you have ever made!

 

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Type: Motorcycle Transmissions
Certification: ISO9001: 2000
Material: Steel
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Best Lubrication Practices for wheel sprocket Systems

Proper lubrication is essential for maintaining the efficiency and longevity of wheel sprocket systems. The lubrication practices can vary depending on the specific application and the environment in which the system operates. Here are some best practices for lubricating wheel sprocket systems:

  • Cleanliness: Before applying any lubricant, ensure that the wheel sprocket surfaces are clean and free from dirt, debris, and old lubricant residue. Cleaning the components helps prevent contaminants from mixing with the lubricant and causing additional wear.
  • Choose the Right Lubricant: Select a lubricant specifically designed for the wheel sprocket system. Consider factors such as load, speed, temperature, and environmental conditions when choosing the appropriate lubricant. Some systems may require grease, while others may need oil-based lubricants.
  • Apply Adequate Amount: Apply the lubricant in the right quantity to ensure proper coverage of the contacting surfaces. Too little lubricant may not provide sufficient protection, while too much can lead to excess heat and waste.
  • Regular Lubrication Schedule: Establish a maintenance schedule for lubrication based on the operating conditions of the system. In high-demand applications, more frequent lubrication may be necessary to prevent premature wear.
  • Monitor and Reapply: Regularly monitor the condition of the wheel sprocket system and observe any signs of inadequate lubrication, such as increased friction or unusual noise. Reapply lubricant as needed to maintain optimal performance.
  • Re-lubrication After Cleaning: If the wheel sprocket system is cleaned, ensure that fresh lubricant is applied after cleaning to restore the protective layer.
  • Consider Lubrication Type: Depending on the application, consider using dry lubricants or solid lubricants for environments where dust and dirt accumulation may be a concern.

It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and guidelines for lubrication. Additionally, consult with lubrication experts or equipment suppliers for specific recommendations based on your wheel sprocket system’s unique requirements.

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Noise and Vibration in wheel sprocket Configurations

In a wheel sprocket configuration, noise and vibration levels can vary depending on several factors:

  1. Quality of Components: The quality of the wheel sprocket components can significantly impact noise and vibration. Well-manufactured and precisely engineered components tend to produce less noise and vibration.
  2. Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the sprocket teeth and chain or belt can reduce friction, which in turn helps minimize noise and vibration.
  3. Alignment: Correct alignment between the wheel sprocket is crucial. Misalignment can lead to increased noise and vibration as the components may not mesh smoothly.
  4. Tension: Maintaining the appropriate tension in the chain or belt is essential. Insufficient tension can cause the chain to slap against the sprocket teeth, resulting in noise and vibration.
  5. Speed and Load: Higher speeds and heavier loads can lead to increased noise and vibration levels in the system.
  6. Wear and Damage: Worn-out or damaged components can create irregularities in motion, leading to increased noise and vibration.

To reduce noise and vibration in a wheel sprocket setup:

  • Use high-quality components from reputable suppliers.
  • Ensure proper lubrication with appropriate lubricants.
  • Regularly inspect and maintain the system to detect any misalignment, wear, or damage.
  • Follow manufacturer guidelines for chain or belt tensioning.
  • Consider using vibration-damping materials or mounting methods if necessary.

Minimizing noise and vibration not only improves the comfort and safety of the machinery but also extends the life of the components by reducing wear and fatigue.

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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 Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount  China Standard Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount
editor by Dream 2024-04-25