|Item Weight||107.2 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||16.5 x 16.4 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||100 feet|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Teeth Per Inch||3/4 inches|
Tsubaki 60R100 ANSI Roller Chain, Single Strand, Riveted, Carbon Steel, Inch, #60 ANSI No., 3/4" Pitch, 0.469 inches Roller Diameter, 1/2 inches Roller Width, 1980lbs Working Load, 100ft Length
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- ANSI single-strand roller chain for use in a broad range of operational environments
- Carbon steel components have an operating temperature range of 14 to 302 degrees F
- Ring coined link plate, grooved bushings, shot peened parts, and pre-lubricated for less initial chain adjustment
- Meets ANSI B29.1 standard and is Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant
- Includes one connecting link for every 10’ of chain
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This Tsubaki carbon steel single-strand riveted ANSI roller chain is suitable for use in a broad range of operational environments. This roller chain has ring coined link plates, lubrication grooved bushings, shot peened parts, and is pre-lubricated for longer chain life and less initial chain adjustment. The roller chain is assembled with rivets, includes one connecting link for each 10' of chain, and has an operating temperature range of 14 to 302 degrees F. This Tsubaki single-strand roller chain is American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B29.1 standard, making it dimensionally interchangeable with other ANSI chains, is Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant, and is suitable for general use, such as in belt conveyors and centrifugal blowers.
Roller chains are commonly used as a power transmission component and are composed of four parts: plate, roller, bushing, and pin. A series of cylindrical rollers are held together by side links, which fit together into a toothed wheel called a sprocket. Connecting links are used to join the two ends of the chain together to form a loop. Roller chains range from simple, mechanical drives such as bicycle chains, to complex power transmission products that drive conveyors and other industrial machinery, such as printing presses and farm equipment.
Tsubaki manufactures roller chains and other power transmission products, conveyor systems, factory automation systems, physical distribution systems, and electronic control devices. The company, founded in 1971 as a subsidiary of Tsubakimoto Chain Company, has its headquarters in Wheeling, IL, and meets British Standards Institution (BSI) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 and 14001 standards for quality assurance.
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