Product Description

Product Description

Free Flow Chian 


BS25 

Chain Number model Pitch Roller Dia. (D) Roller Dia.(d) Weight(kg/m)
BS25-C206B SKVR25-1905 19.05 18.3 11.91 0.52
BS25-C208A SKVR25-2540 25.4 24.6 15.88 0.79
BS25-C212A SKVR25-3810 38.1 36.6 22.23 2.19

BS30
 

Chain Number model Pitch Roller Dia. (D) Roller Dia.(d) Weight(kg/m)
BS30-C212A SKVR30-3810 38.1 38 18 2.14

Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.

Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.
It is a popular chain used in pallet/tray conveyor system.

Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.

Free flow chain is 1 of the major products of Seikonveyor. Its production is finished in automatic factory. In every month CHINAMFG factory supplys over 500000 CHINAMFG free flow chain to the market. Include different materials types: Nylon, steel, stainless steel.  and different color: black, blue, brown. Our free flow chain is widely used in automatic conveyor system, especially for different kinds of assembly lines

BS25 free flow chain production view
Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.
BS30 free flow chain production view
Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.
We pick perfect rollers to assemble the free flow chain, to ensure the chain run smooth
Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.
Bulk production makes our free flow chain with competitive price in the martke. 

Free flow chian, also called plus speed chain, accumulation chain,  Differential chain.

For bulk order, we provide plywood crate package to protect it from damage during transportation.
 

 

Material: Plastic
Structure: Roller Chain
Surface Treatment: Electroplating
Feature: Fire Resistant, Oil Resistant, Heat Resistant
Pitch: 38.1
Weight: 6.8kgs/PC
Samples:
US$ 20/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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How does a conveyor chain handle accumulation and indexing applications?

In conveyor systems, accumulation and indexing refer to specific methods of controlling the movement and positioning of items along the conveyor line. A conveyor chain can effectively handle these applications through the use of specialized components and control mechanisms. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Accumulation:

– Accumulation refers to the process of temporarily storing or buffering items on the conveyor to control the flow of materials. Conveyor chains designed for accumulation applications typically incorporate features such as low-friction chain guides, accumulating zones, and sensors.

– In an accumulation conveyor chain system, the chain is divided into discrete zones where items can accumulate. As products enter a zone, the chain slows down or stops, allowing items to accumulate without colliding with each other. Sensors or photoelectric cells detect the presence of items in each zone and provide signals to control the chain movement.

– The accumulation zones in the conveyor chain system can be controlled in different ways, such as through the use of motorized rollers, pneumatic devices, or electronic sensors. This ensures a controlled and synchronized flow of items along the conveyor line.

Indexing:

– Indexing refers to the precise positioning of items at specific intervals along the conveyor line. This is commonly used in applications where accurate positioning or sequencing is required, such as assembly or packaging processes.

– Conveyor chains designed for indexing applications incorporate specialized index pins, stops, or precision indexing drives. These components work together to accurately position items at predetermined locations along the conveyor.

– The indexing mechanism of a conveyor chain system can be driven by mechanical cams, servo motors, or programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The indexing motion can be synchronized with other processes or machines downstream to ensure precise assembly or packaging operations.

– By combining accumulation and indexing capabilities, a conveyor chain system can handle a wide range of applications, including sorting, buffering, sequencing, and automated assembly. It provides control over the flow and positioning of items, allowing for efficient material handling and optimized production processes.

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Can a conveyor chain be used for heavy-duty applications?

Yes, a conveyor chain can be used for heavy-duty applications. Conveyor chains are specifically designed to handle heavy loads and provide reliable transportation in industrial environments.

Here are some factors that make conveyor chains suitable for heavy-duty applications:

1. Robust construction: Conveyor chains are typically made from high-strength materials such as alloy steel, stainless steel, or hardened carbon steel. These materials offer excellent durability and can withstand the heavy loads and harsh operating conditions commonly found in heavy-duty applications.

2. High load-carrying capacity: Conveyor chains are designed to handle significant loads, including heavy products, bulk materials, or large components. The chains are engineered with appropriate pitch, link dimensions, and strength to ensure reliable transport of heavy items.

3. Fatigue resistance: Conveyor chains are built to withstand repetitive stress and fatigue caused by continuous operation under heavy loads. They undergo specific heat treatments and surface hardening processes to enhance their resistance to wear, fatigue, and deformation.

4. Customization options: Conveyor chains can be customized to meet the specific requirements of heavy-duty applications. This includes selecting the appropriate chain type, pitch, attachment design, and surface coating for improved performance and longevity.

5. Compatibility with heavy-duty equipment: Conveyor chains are designed to integrate seamlessly with heavy-duty conveyor systems, including large motors, drives, and supporting structures. This ensures proper power transmission and smooth operation even in demanding environments.

6. Safety features: Conveyor chains for heavy-duty applications often incorporate safety features such as overload protection, emergency stops, and monitoring systems to ensure the safety of operators and prevent damage to the equipment.

It’s important to consult with a qualified engineer or conveyor manufacturer to select the appropriate conveyor chain and system components for the specific heavy-duty application. They can provide guidance on chain selection, system design, and maintenance practices to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

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How do you calculate the required length of a conveyor chain?

Calculating the required length of a conveyor chain involves considering several factors related to the conveyor system and the specific application. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Determine the Conveyor Length: Measure the total length of the conveyor path, including any horizontal, inclined, or vertical sections.
  2. Account for Sprocket Centers: Identify the locations of the sprockets or drive units along the conveyor path. Measure the distance between each pair of adjacent sprockets.
  3. Calculate the Number of Links: Divide the total conveyor length by the pitch of the chain to determine the number of links required. The pitch is the distance between the center of two consecutive pins on the chain.
  4. Consider Tension Adjustment: Take into account any tension adjustment requirements based on the specific application. This may include allowances for tensioning devices or tension variations due to load fluctuations.
  5. Include End Connections: Consider the length of the end connections, such as master links or connecting pins, which are used to join the ends of the chain. Include their dimensions in the total chain length calculation.
  6. Add Safety Factors: Incorporate appropriate safety factors to ensure adequate chain length for proper tensioning and to accommodate any potential stretching or wear over time.

It’s important to note that the calculation of the required chain length is an estimation based on various factors and may require adjustments during the installation and tensioning process. Consulting the conveyor manufacturer’s guidelines or working with an experienced engineer can provide more precise calculations based on the specific conveyor system and application requirements.

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editor by CX 2023-11-07