Product Description

 

Product Description

American standard chain sprocket with teeth hardened

With more than 15 years’ experience, high-precision equipment and strict management system, CIMO can provide sprockets for you with stable quality and best service.
 

Item Sprocket
Standard DIN, KANA, ANSI, ISO, etc
Material C45, stainless steel SS304 & SS316, Cast iron, etc
Bore Pilot bore, finished bore, taper bore
Surface Treatment Black oxided, Zinc plated, Electrophoresis, etc
Heat treatment Teeth inductive hardened HRC45-50
Process Forging, Cutting, Hobbing teeth, CNC Lathe machining

 

European Type 03B, 04B, 05B, 06B, 081B, 083B/084B, 085B, 086B, 08B, 10B, 12B, 16B, 20B, 24B, 28B, 32B
American Type 25, 35, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, 200, 240

Taper bore sprockets

 
Finished bore sprockets  

Idler sprockets with ball bearing

 

Double simplex sprockets

 

Sprockets with split taper bushings

 

Sprockets with QD bushings

 
Double sprockets for 2 single chains  

Double pitch sprockets   

C2042, C2052, C2062, C2082, C2040, C2050, C2060, C2080
Platewheels for Conveyor chain 20x16mm, 30×17.02mm

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Packaging & Shipping

 

Export wooden box

FAQ

 

Q1: Are you trading company or manufacturer ?
A: We are factory.

Q2: How long is your delivery time and shipment?
1.Sample Lead-times: 10-20 days
2.Production Lead-times: 30-45 days after order confirmed.

Q3: What is your advantages?
1. The most competitive price and good quality.
2. Perfect technical engineers give you the best support.
3. OEM is available.

 

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Standard Or Nonstandard: Nonstandard
Application: Motor, Electric Cars, Motorcycle, Machinery, Agricultural Machinery, Chain
Hardness: Hardened Tooth Surface
Manufacturing Method: Cut Gear
Toothed Portion Shape: Sprocket
Material: Steel C45
Customization:
Available

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Customized Request

wheel sprocket

Calculating Torque Requirements for a wheel sprocket Assembly

Calculating the torque requirements for a wheel sprocket assembly involves considering various factors that contribute to the torque load. The torque requirement is crucial for selecting the appropriate motor or power source to drive the system effectively. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. 1. Determine the Load Torque: Identify the torque required to overcome the resistance or load in the system. This includes the torque needed to move the load, overcome friction, and accelerate the load if applicable.
  2. 2. Identify the Sprocket Radius: Measure the radius of the sprocket (distance from the center of the sprocket to the point of contact with the chain or belt).
  3. 3. Calculate the Tension in the Chain or Belt: If using a chain or belt drive, calculate the tension in the chain or belt. Tension affects the torque required for power transmission.
  4. 4. Account for Efficiency Losses: Consider the efficiency of the system. Not all the input power will be converted into output power due to friction and other losses. Account for this efficiency in your calculations.
  5. 5. Use the Torque Equation: The torque (T) can be calculated using the following equation:
    T = (Load Torque × Sprocket Radius) ÷ (Efficiency × Tension)

It’s essential to use consistent units of measurement (e.g., Newton meters or foot-pounds) for all values in the equation.

Remember that real-world conditions may vary, and it’s advisable to add a safety factor to your calculated torque requirements to ensure the system can handle unexpected peak loads or variations in operating conditions.

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Inspecting a wheel sprocket for Wear and Tear

Regular inspection of the wheel sprocket is essential to ensure their proper functioning and to identify any signs of wear and tear. Here are the steps to inspect a wheel sprocket:

  1. Visual Inspection: Start by visually examining the wheel sprocket for any visible signs of wear, damage, or deformation. Look for cracks, chips, dents, or any irregularities on the surface of both components.
  2. Check for Misalignment: Verify that the wheel sprocket are properly aligned with each other. Misalignment can lead to accelerated wear and affect the overall performance of the system.
  3. Measure Wear: Use calipers or a wear gauge to measure the sprocket’s tooth profile and the wheel’s rolling surface. Compare these measurements with the original specifications to determine if significant wear has occurred.
  4. Inspect Teeth and Chain Engagement: If the wheel sprocket are part of a chain drive system, closely examine the sprocket teeth and chain engagement. Worn or elongated teeth can cause poor chain engagement and lead to premature failure.
  5. Lubrication: Check the lubrication of the wheel sprocket. Insufficient or excessive lubrication can cause increased friction, leading to wear and reduced efficiency.
  6. Bearing Condition: If the wheel is mounted on a shaft with bearings, inspect the bearings for any signs of wear, noise, or rough movement. Properly functioning bearings are crucial for the smooth operation of the system.
  7. Inspect Mounting Hardware: Ensure that all nuts, bolts, and other mounting hardware are securely tightened. Loose fasteners can cause vibration and misalignment issues.
  8. Check for Contaminants: Remove any debris, dirt, or foreign particles that may have accumulated on the wheel or sprocket. Contaminants can accelerate wear and damage the components.
  9. Replacement or Maintenance: Based on the inspection results, determine if any parts need replacement or if maintenance is required. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage and maintain the system’s performance.

Regularly scheduled inspections and maintenance can help prolong the lifespan of the wheel sprocket assembly, optimize performance, and ensure the safety of the mechanical system.

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Advantages of Using a wheel sprocket Configuration

Using a wheel sprocket configuration for power transmission offers several advantages over other methods. Here are some key benefits:

1. Efficient Power Transmission:

The wheel sprocket assembly provide a highly efficient method of transmitting power between shafts with minimal energy loss. The teeth of the sprocket mesh with the links of the chain or the teeth of another sprocket, ensuring a positive engagement that reduces slippage and maximizes power transfer.

2. Versatility:

Wheels and sprockets are available in various sizes, configurations, and materials, making them highly versatile components for different applications. They can accommodate a wide range of speed and torque requirements, making them suitable for various mechanical systems.

3. Compact Design:

The compact design of wheel sprocket assemblies allows for space-saving installations in machinery. The concentric arrangement of the components minimizes the overall footprint, making it ideal for applications with limited space.

4. Precise Speed Control:

By selecting sprockets with different numbers of teeth, the gear ratio can be easily adjusted to achieve precise speed control in the driven shaft. This level of control is essential for many applications, such as conveyor systems, where different speeds are required for different processes.

5. High Torque Capacity:

wheel sprocket systems can handle high torque loads, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications. This high torque capacity is especially beneficial in industrial settings where large loads need to be moved or lifted.

6. Smooth and Quiet Operation:

When properly lubricated and maintained, the interaction between the sprocket and the chain or other sprockets results in smooth and quiet operation. This makes wheel sprocket systems preferable in applications where noise reduction is important.

7. Easy Installation and Maintenance:

Installing a wheel sprocket assembly is relatively straightforward, and they require minimal maintenance when used correctly. Periodic lubrication and tension adjustments are typically all that is needed to keep the system running smoothly.

8. Suitable for High-Speed Applications:

wheel sprocket configurations are well-suited for high-speed applications where belts or gears may not be as practical due to limitations in speed capabilities.

In summary, the wheel sprocket configuration offers efficient power transmission, versatility, compactness, precise speed control, high torque capacity, smooth operation, and ease of installation and maintenance. These advantages make it a popular choice in a wide range of mechanical systems and industrial applications.

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editor by CX 2024-01-22