Cast chains are manufactured using cast links and heat treated steel pins. They are designed with slightly larger clearances that allow the material to easily work its way out of the chain joint. Cast chains are used in a variety of applications such as sewage treatment, water filtration, fertilizer handling, sugar processing and waste wood conveying. They are readily available from stock with standard attachments.
Our Cast Chains
Combination Rooftop Transfer Chain
Combination rooftop transfer chain is used chiefly in two or more strands on transfer conveyors handling lumber, boxes, packages, barrels, bars, etc. Only the bevel tops of the links project about the guides, permitting loading and unloading to be done transversely.
Rooftop Transfer Chains
Rooftop transfer chain is used chiefly in two or more stands on transfer conveyors handling lumber, boxes, packages, barrels, bars, etc. Only the bevel tops of the links project about the guides, permitting loading and unloading to be done transversely.
900 and 900R Class Intermediate Carrier Chains
900 class intermediate carrier chains were designed primarily for sugar mill service. Multiple strands may have overlapping, beaded slats mounted on them to form a continuous apron for an intermediate carrier conveyor.
Combination Type Drag Chain
Combination type drag chains are designed with sections heavier than comparable sizes of H type drag chains. The double offset wear shoes on the cast link provide wear surfaces for both carrying and return runs, thus increasing chain life.
H Type Drag Chains
H type drag chains have links designed to operate in troughs or runways, in single or multiple strands. The underside of the links are broad to provide liberal wear surface. They are designed for heavy-duty operation imposed by drag conveyor service such as moving sawdust, refuse, fine coal, ash and other material in places where an economical installation is required.
700 Class Pintle Chains
700 class pintle chains are of one-piece cast offset link construction joined together by steel clipped head pins. They are extensively used in water and wastewater treatment installations.
H Class Mill Chains
H class mill chains are of one-piece cast offset link construction joined together by steel clipped heads. They are used primarily for drag conveyor service in the lumber, pulp and paper industries. They are also desirable for transfer and conveying purposes.
400 Class Pintle Chains
400 class pintle chains are of one-piece cast offset link construction joined together by steel pins. When furnished with attachments, they are normally used for conveyors and elevators where much slower speeds are recommended.
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