Our Products Used in the Sugar Industry
From bagasse conveying to sugar processing, Webster can provide for all your conveyor chain needs. The sugar industry uses numerous stock conveyor chains as well as made-to-order items.
Sugar industry chains include:
• Cast chains
• Combination chains
• Hardened steel bushed chains
• Steel bushed roller chains
• Welded steel drag chains
• Apron conveyors
Apron conveyors are engineered to handle a variety of materials ranging from hot and abrasive to dry and fine.
Welded Steel Mill Chains
Welded steel mill chains are designed for rugged, abrasive and demanding environments.
Hardened Steel Bushed (HSB) Chains
Hardened steel bushed (HSB) chains are designed as a substitute for combination chains where conditions require a heavier, more rugged chain.
Steel Bushed Roller (SBR) Chains
Steel bushed roller (SBR) chains are manufactured with heat treated rollers, hardened bushings and pins, and steel sidebars. The roller type construction provides a lower operating friction which helps increase chain life and reduces conveyor design requirements. They are available in a variety of sizes, configurations and designs and can be used in tough industrial applications. SBR chains come with a variety of standard attachments for immediate delivery.
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.
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.
The Webster Chain Wizard is a tool designed to help you identify or select a chain.
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