Chain system for high capacity bucket elevators to elevate a wide range of bulk material; highly wear resistant, long round steel chains connected with chain couplings form an endless chain loop ‐ no weak points because of open chain links; high chain speeds result in max capacities; BDS attachment runs over toothed drive sprockets with replaceable, adjustable individual teeth and plain, grooved chain wheels, BDS attachment and buckets don't have to transmit any chain pull; BDS attachment can be reused when the chain is replaced, BDS stud dimensions are designed to mat.
- SDS / SDD System
- BDS /BDS-S-System
- Shackle System
RHV Drive sprocket
Sprockets for use with HV and DSZ-round steel chains with replaceable and adjustable individual teeth, made from MnCr alloyed steel, case hardened - highly wear resistant. Sprockets are welded steel fabrications, any number of teeth or hub design is available. Keyways are machined in the hubs of matched wheels to ensure precise alignment of the teeth. Hub design, bore diameter and key size can be specified by the customer. Shimplates can be fitted to adapt the pitch circle dia. of the sprocket to a chain lengthened due to wear in the interlink points of contact. This ensures continued smooth running of the chain over the sprocket and the maximum use of the case hardened layer in the chain. Shimplates and new teeth can be mounted without disassembly the chain.
KFB Flight attachments
Flight attachment for severe operational conditions in two strand and multiplie chain strand conveyors; runs over chain sprockets and plain chain wheels with and whithout grooves; made from MnCr-steel; forged and case-hardened; highly wear resistant; welding area prepared for welding to flight bar; simple assembly and disassembly on the slack chain; suitable for reverse operation.
VHV Connecting links
Connecting links for individual chain lengths HV and DS. The connecting links have the same technological characteristics as the corresponding highly wear resistant chains.
Pay attention that the connecting links should be assembled and installed according to the instructions. Thes connecting links are mounted as vertical links in bucket elevators with back mounted buckets. For positive discharge bucket elevators the connecting links have to be installed as horizontal links
Surface: shotblasted and waxed