Steel chain approaching stainless steel chain in corrosion resistance
Double Guard Chain is extremely corrosion resistant with coating of double layers of two different materials. In comparison to the High-Guard Chain, it exhibits nearly doubled corrosion resistance inside the salt water spray test, and may be used in mild alkaline and mild acidic situations.
Characteristics
?With its enhanced corrosion resistance, it could be used in situations the place High-Guard or Rustless Chains cannot be made use of, and also in some problems where only stainless steel may be applied.
?The coating includes environmentally pleasant non-chrome material. To comply with the EU’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, hexavalent chromium isn’t used.
Suggested employs
?Conditions that require each strength and corrosion resistance
Multilevel parking facility, moving decks, cleansing lines etc. ?Situations exposed to rain or sea water
Machines installed outside, amusement machines
?Conditions exposed to mild alkaline and mild acidic chemical agents, sea water or wastewater. A variety of chemical plants and water treatment plants.
Collection of chains
Double Guard Chain has an equivalent power to a regular roller chain.
Connecting links and offset hyperlinks
R connecting hyperlinks are used for high-guard chains #60 or smaller and C connecting backlinks for #80 or larger, and OJ and 2POJ are utilized as offset back links.
Sprockets
Conventional sprockets for high-guard chains might be utilised because the dimensions would be the similar as normal roller chains.
Caution
Use stainless steel chains should the chains will come in direct make contact with with food.
Double Guard chain does not have a gloss just like the nickel coated chain.
Unless of course not so specified through the client, chains are coated with grease and shipped. If doable, oil the spaces involving pins and bushes and bushes and rollers. Please utilize the proposed lubrication oil for your maintenance with the chain as oiling with grease could cause flexion failure.