roller chain

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roller chain

[′rō·lər ‚chān]
(mechanical engineering)
A chain drive assembled from roller links and pin links.
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The auger motor carriage was powered up and down with another hydraulic motor with a gear that engaged a heavy fixed roller chain. The carriage frame pivoted at the chassis mount frame and was aligned vertically with a hydraulic cylinder.
As well as providing information about the range of high quality chain products including Roller Chain, Leaf Chain, Conveyor Chain, Agricultural Chain, Attachment Chain and Bespoke Chain, the website also has an interactive map providing details of the growing UK Product Partner network - customers will be able to locate their local Donghua Partner and contact them directly from the site; plus videos demonstrating the innovative production facilities in China which produces in excess of 40,000 tons of finished chain per year.
The 4.2-liter V8 has three single-row roller chains to drive the four camshafts, and these are located on the back of the engine.
The catalog also includes roller chains, timing belt and chain tensioners.
Blaydon-based Diamond Chain Company currently imports industrial roller chains made in Indian and American plants owned by its US parent company, and exports them around the world.
Suggested critical applications include roller chains, cables, cams, beatings, conveyors, and machine tools.
These hand-made roller chains are individually inspected during the manufacturing process.
Tsubakimoto said the two companies will also consider supplying each other with products other than steel roller chains.
Units driven by a motorized drive pulley, which eliminates V-belts, roller chains and guards.
Two-color polyethylene wear strips for conveyor or roller chains show at a glance when it's time for replacement, promoting safe operation while reducing conveyor downtime due to wear strip checks.