Combination chains are manufactured using hardened cast links, steel sidebars, and heat treated steel pins. Combination chains alternate steel sidebars and cast links making them ideal for handling stone, gravel, coal and other abrasive materials. They are commonly used in light to medium-duty bucket elevator applications. Combination chains come with a variety of standard attachments for immediate delivery.
Our Combination Chains
Outboard Roller Combination Chains
Outboard roller combination chains are an adaptation of the standard combination chain. The pins are extended to receive steel rollers. This eliminates sliding friction and helps reduce chain pull. Some standard combination chain attachments can be included in this chain.
WS and DW Combination Chains
WS and DW combination chains have block links that are designed to provide extra wear surfaces for sliding on both the carrying and return runs of wood yard conveyors. This makes it possible to eliminate the return idler sprockets which cause internal wear of the chain parts.
Combination chains are made of cast block links and steel sidebars alternately spaced. The N combination chains have pear-shaped barrels to provide additional metal where the chain engages the sprocket teeth to increase the service life of the chain. Combination chains are well suited for abrasive, gritty or corrosive materials and are a less expensive option to their all steel counterparts (HSB).
The Webster Chain Wizard is a tool designed to help you identify or select a chain.
What Are You Looking For?
Find Out More
Need Sales Support? Contact the Sales group at
Need Engineering Support? Contact the Engineering group at
Give Us a Call - (800) 243-9327