“H” Class Mill Chain is surely an ex-tremely solid, serviceable chain initially de-signed for heavy drives and transfer conveyor purposes in saw mills as well as the paper and pulp market. “H” Class Chain has proven itself for innumerable other industrial applications as well, particularly for reasonable duty in abrasive atmospheres where heavy, rugged chain is re-quired.
The sidebars from the “H” Class hyperlinks are rein-forced with wearing shoes which strengthen and stiffen the back links when it is operated in troughs or in excess of ?oors and runways.
Pin holes are precision cored to assure accu-rate pitch sizes, which vary from 2.308 to 4.000 inches. “H” Class Chain is obtainable in both riveted and cottered construction. T-head pins engage two lugs cast about the links’ side-bars. This con?guration prohibits pin rotation through chain operation, eliminating abrasive put on and pitch elongation.
“H” Class Chain conforms to manufacturer’s standards and it is entirely interchangeable with chains of other suppliers. “H” Class Chain is obtainable in -Locke Promal with tensile ranges of 9,450 to 40,500 pounds.
“H” Class Chain could operate in two directions. As a drive chain, it travels from the direction in the closed barrel; for elevator or conveyor applications, it ought to travel towards the open ends on the links.
Brutaloy or cast steel sprockets are available to accommodate just about every “H” Class pitch dimension. A broad assortment of attachments can be avail-able for varied chain applications.