DK Conveyor Chains can be found in the wide variety of dimensions, roller varieties, and material and heat therapy. Moreover, the chains may be used for any broad range of application with our comprehensive selection of attachments and supplemental attributes.
Classified by Dimensions
DK Conveyor Chains may be classified into regular, strong H-type and sturdy Z-type with reference to the dimension in the base chain.
The Normal Conveyor Chain is the standard type of DK Conveyor Chains, and many attachments, components, heat therapies, etc. are available.
The Strong H-type Conveyor Chain was initially created being a chain for bucket elevators with enhanced strength and is now out there inside a series. A small-sized Solid H-type Conveyor Chain is almost equal in power to a large-sized Normal Conveyor Chain, but since the dimensions and form vary, sprockets usually are not interchangeable. Frequently, Powerful H-type Conveyor Chains are increased in power than Conventional Conveyor Chains with about the same roller diameter.
Robust Z-type Conveyor Chains are even further enhanced in power than Strong H-type Conveyor Chains by elevating the height from the inner plates, and the sprockets are interchangeable if your nominal variety may be the very same. Strong H-type Conveyor Chains are utilized in machines through which the plates slide within the floor, this kind of as steady movement conveyors, because the inner and outer plates have the exact same height.
However, Solid Z-type Conveyor Chains exhibit high fatigue strength and are utilized in vertical conveyor bucket elevators.
Classified by Roller Variety
The rollers of a conveyor chain perform not only to engage the sprockets moving the chain but also to rotate and travel on the rail, conveying posts with tiny frictional reduction. To meet different shapes of rails and avert meandering, and so forth., 4 varieties of rollers, massive roller, flange roller, medium roller and tiny roller.
Furthermore, for smoother rotation, we offer you large rollers and flange rollers with built-in bearings (BR and BF rollers, respectively), and UR and UF rollers with large clearances amongst the bushing and also the roller to stop the entry of foreign matters in to the bearings. These rollers are sometimes used in waste processing services.
Within this catalogue, significant rollers, flange rollers, medium rollers and smaller rollers are respectively expressed as R-roller, F-roller, M-roller and Roller S.