“H” Class Mill Chain is surely an ex-tremely sturdy, serviceable chain originally de-signed for hefty drives and transfer conveyor functions in saw mills and the paper and pulp business. “H” Class Chain has confirmed itself for innumerable other industrial applications too, primarily for moderate duty in abrasive atmospheres exactly where heavy, rugged chain is re-quired.
The sidebars from the “H” Class back links are rein-forced with wearing footwear which strengthen and stiffen the back links when it’s operated in troughs or over ?oors and runways.
Pin holes are precision cored to assure accu-rate pitch sizes, which vary from two.308 to four.000 inches. “H” Class Chain is obtainable in the two riveted and cottered development. T-head pins engage two lugs cast about the links’ side-bars. This con?guration prohibits pin rotation in the course of chain operation, getting rid of abrasive wear and pitch elongation.
“H” Class Chain conforms to manufacturer’s requirements and is absolutely interchangeable with chains of other makers. “H” Class Chain is obtainable in -Locke Promal with tensile ranges of 9,450 to forty,500 pounds.
“H” Class Chain could operate in two directions. Being a drive chain, it travels while in the route of the closed barrel; for elevator or conveyor applications, it need to travel towards the open ends of your links.
Brutaloy or cast steel sprockets can be found to accommodate just about every “H” Class pitch dimension. A wide assortment of attachments can be avail-able for varied chain applications.