DK Conveyor Chains can be found in a selection of dimensions, roller forms, and materials and heat remedy. In addition, the chains is usually employed to get a broad array of application with our comprehensive variety of attachments and added capabilities.
Classified by Dimensions
DK Conveyor Chains may be classified into typical, solid H-type and sturdy Z-type with reference to the size on the base chain.
The Conventional Conveyor Chain may be the fundamental form of DK Conveyor Chains, and many attachments, elements, heat treatments, and so on. are available.
The Powerful H-type Conveyor Chain was initially designed as being a chain for bucket elevators with enhanced strength and it is now obtainable inside a series. A small-sized Sturdy H-type Conveyor Chain is almost equal in strength to a large-sized Regular Conveyor Chain, but since the dimensions and form differ, sprockets are certainly not interchangeable. Commonly, Solid H-type Conveyor Chains are larger in power than Typical Conveyor Chains with about the same roller diameter.
Powerful Z-type Conveyor Chains are further enhanced in power than Solid H-type Conveyor Chains by elevating the height with the inner plates, as well as the sprockets are interchangeable if the nominal number may be the same. Strong H-type Conveyor Chains are used in machines by which the plates slide over the floor, such as constant movement conveyors, since the inner and outer plates have the very same height.
However, Robust Z-type Conveyor Chains exhibit high fatigue power and therefore are used in vertical conveyor bucket elevators.
Classified by Roller Style
The rollers of a conveyor chain function not just to engage the sprockets moving the chain but also to rotate and travel on the rail, conveying articles with tiny frictional reduction. To meet different shapes of rails and protect against meandering, etc., four varieties of rollers, massive roller, flange roller, medium roller and smaller roller.
Furthermore, for smoother rotation, we offer massive rollers and flange rollers with built-in bearings (BR and BF rollers, respectively), and UR and UF rollers with massive clearances in between the bushing as well as the roller to avoid the entry of foreign issues to the bearings. These rollers tend to be used in waste processing facilities.
In this catalogue, big rollers, flange rollers, medium rollers and small rollers are respectively expressed as R-roller, F-roller, M-roller and Roller S.