MAIN CATALOGUE

2011

Product information

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Simplex roller chains according to DIN 8187-1 (European type)
Duplex roller chains according to DIN 8187-1 (European type)
Triplex roller chains according to DIN 8187-1 (European type)
Simplex roller chains according to DIN 8188-1 (American type)
Duplex roller chains according to DIN 8188-1 (American type)
Triplex roller chains according to DIN 8188-1 (American type)
Side bow chains
Roller chains type series GL (straight plates)
POM-clips
POM-clips with top surface TPU
Special heavy duty chains
Power chains
Biathlon
Biathlon KS
MARATHON - maintenance-free
Roller chains according to DIN 8187-1
Roller chains according to DIN 8188-1
Roller chains type series GL (straight plates)
Double pitch roller chains
Accumulator chains

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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
23
24
26
28
30
31
32
33
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Roller chains stainless steel
MARATHON stainless steel - maintenance-free
Stainless steel and maintenance-free chains
Simplex roller chains (stainless steel)
Main dimensions according to DIN 8187/8188
Duplex roller chains (stainless steel)
Main dimensions according to DIN 8187/8188
Triplex roller chains (stainless steel)
Main dimensions according to DIN 8187

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36
38
38
39
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40
40

Simplex roller chains (works-standard) / agricultural roller chains
Double pitch roller chains according to DIN 8181
Hollow pin chains

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42
43

Roller chains with attachments
Roller chains with single hole bent attachments
Roller chains with single hole straight attachments and extended pins
Roller chains with two-hole bent and straight attachments
Roller chains (stainless steel) as attachment chains
Roller chains with single hole attachments and inside thread
Roller chains with two-hole attachments and inside thread
Double pitch roller chains with single hole bent attachments
Double pitch roller chains with single hole straight attachments and extended pins
Roller chains with extended pins on one side/both sides
Combination connecting links
Pusher dog
Special top plate conveyor chain

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45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

Accumulator chains
Accumulator chains
Axial profile of sprockets for accumulator chains
Chain guide for accumulator chains
AFS-clips for optimal equipment and finger protection
Bush chains according to DIN 8164

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58
58
59
60

ATC chains

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Leaf chains
Leaf chains type series LL according to DIN ISO 4347
according to DIN 8152
Leaf chains according to works-standard
Leaf chains heavy duty design U to works-standard
Plate end links and connecting pins for leaf chains
Leaf chains type series BL according to DIN ISO 4347
like LH according to DIN 8152

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65
66
66
67
68
68

Inverted tooth chains
Inverted tooth chains with bushings (60° flank angle)
Inverted tooth (silent) chains
Inverted tooth (silent) chains type series HD
Inverted tooth (silent) chains type series HP

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70
71
72

Additional product range
Chain breaker and chain puller

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Sprockets
Sprockets for roller chains according to DIN 8187
Sprockets (stainless steel grade 1.4301)
Sprockets for accumulator chains
Sprockets for hollow pin chains 01650
Sprockets with integrated ball bearing
Sprockets with lantern gear toothing
Plate sprockets for simplex roller chains according to DIN 8187
Chain couplings
Sprockets made to specifications
Groove sizes
Axial profile of sprockets for roller chains
Calculation of sprocket diameters
Toothing check
Values for “n“ and cot α
Sprockets - PCD d0 and tip circle diameter dk
for roller chains according to DIN 8187, DIN 8188 and works-standard

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83
84
84
84
85
86
89
90
90
91
92
92
93
94
94

Accessories
ETP bushing for Shaft - to - Hub connections
Automatic chain tensioners SPANN-BOX® and SPANN-BOY®

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Technical information
How to order or enquire about sprockets
Mounting of chain drives
Faulty mounting
Lubrication of chains
Various types of steel link chains
Advantages of roller chain drives
Formulas, designations and units
Pre-selection of leaf chains
Pre-selection of roller chain drives
Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8187 (European type) / according to DIN ISO 10823
Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8188 (American type) / according to DIN ISO 10823
Power diagram for roller chains according to ISO 606 (American type, reinforced) / according to DIN ISO 10823
Calculation of chain length X
Calculation of shaft distance a
Determination of chain length L
Worked examples
Construction of chain drives
Chain drive configurations with jockey sprockets
Maintenance of chain drives
Shortening and extending of roller chains
How to order or enquire about roller chains
How to order or enquire about special chains
Questionnaire for chain drives
Troubleshooting guide for chain drives
Chain numbers
Index

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112
113
115
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118
119
120
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124
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This catalogue K 2011 replaces all previous editions.
Chain types, which are no longer manufactured due to rationalisation, may still be available or may be manufactured again, if a sufficient quantity is ordered. We reserve the right to alter non-standard chains or cease their production without prior notice.
Illustrations merely serve for exemplification and are by no means binding for the final design.Permissible length deviations according to DIN. For dimensions without
stated tolerances DIN ISO 2768 c applies. All information subject to errors and alterations. Any liability for misprints excluded.
All rights reserved. No part of this catalogue may be reproduced without prior written permission.

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particularly in engine. agents and dealers guarantees the availability of our products everywhere in the world . The famous Wippermann quality is ensured by the use of selected raw materials.fast and reliably. Additionally. demand-oriented solutions and realise them fast and precisely. We specialise in steel link chains with pitches of between 5 mm and 100 mm. our product range comprises leaf chains. bush chains and inverted tooth chains as well as chains made to specifications. we manufacture a comprehensive range of products in Germany. One of our main focuses is the production of maintenance-free and stainless steel chains. machine and plant construction.View of Wippermann plant Precision products for worldwide markets Wippermann is a leading manufacturer of industrial chains and sprockets. As a medium-sized family-run business with 300 employees. We have been certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001 for 15 years. Together with our customers we develop and plan individual. Owing to continuous investments in state-of-the-art technologies we are able to guarantee production processes on the highest possible level. Furthermore. by our high competence in processing semi-finished goods as wells as by the application of sophisticated heat treatment and coating procedures. we can supply matching standard sprockets or sprockets made according to drawings. One of our core competencies is professional consulting as to drive and conveyor technology. Examples of highest quality: MARATHON chain and duplex sprocket made of stainless steel 4 . We have a renowned customer base. Our comprehensive distribution network with subsidiaries.

and they are now the key product within the Wippermann range. *1858 †1929 In the nineties the company changed from merely being a manufacturer of standard chains to a supplier of high technology products. The founder of the company Wilhelm Wippermann sen. The manufacturing of precision steel link chains was getting more and more important.Wippermann administration building A company with tradition and vision The company Wippermann was founded in 1893 by Wilhelm Wippermann and initially produced bicycle and motorbike components. had taken over the management of the company after his father‘s death. Before the First World War. the company expanded rapidly and had several production plants in Germany and abroad as well as an international distribution system. Today Wippermann is a successful family enterprise in its fifth generation. he managed to consolidate the company and create a new and solid foundation. As early as in 1929 Wilhelm Wippermann jr. 5 . the company soon had to face setbacks: due to the Second World War almost all plants were destroyed and all production plants abroad were lost. After the war. However.

Shape measurement of chain components Quality is our philosophy The name Wippermann has meant highest product quality for more than one hundred years. fatigue and corrosion resistance. and the increasing requirements of the market are our challenge. Our company has been certified according to DIN 9001 for more than 15 years. We have always managed to guarantee high standards by exclusively using West European raw materials and applying state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies in combination with our specialised know-how. Our products set benchmarks. Our employees are the most important factor within our company philosophy. Quality checks with state-of-the-art test stands: fatigue resistance test 6 .for each product and for the entire production process. They realise our company guidelines and thus ensure Wippermann quality by means of a number of control procedures . production as well as after sales service. This guarantees and verifies the continuous improvement of usage properties such as wear. It is managed on a processoriented basis and the quality assurance system comprises all areas including design.

Machining centre State-of-the-art technology for research. institutions and universities we can ensure the up-to-dateness of our procedures and processes. Furthermore. our know-how on materials. By means of a network of different development partners. development and production Continuous research and development processes are an essential part of our company philosophy and also a central element for securing the future. Here is an overview of our competencies in development processes: Finite elements method Chain calculation programme • University research • Co-operation partners • Test stands • 3D CAD system • • FE analysis of chain components 7 . lubricants and functional layers enables us to supply tailor-made solutions to all our customers.

Our sprocket manufacturing equipment comprises stateof-the-art CNC automatic lathes and mill centres.CNC treatment of sprockets Chains and sprockets according to customers‘ specifications We offer our customers competent consulting for all drive technology requirements. Special chains • Chains made to specification • Maintenance-free chains • Wear-resistant chains • Highly fatigue endurable chains • Corrosion-resistant chains • 8 Special chain . Within the framework of an overall concept. we can offer numerous functionalities by means of various attachments and mounted parts. Wippermann is able to develop tailor-made engineering solutions resulting in complete chain-sprocket systems with perfectly-matched components for optimal functionality. The use of innovative technologies and multishift operation ensure perfect results and short delivery periods. As far as special chains are concerned. Therefore we are able to manufacture all requested tooth shapes according to standard and/or customers‘ specifications.

5 kg as well as products with a length of up to 1.000 mm and weights up to 400 kg. This system checks all heat treatment parameters during the entire procedure and is thus able to guarantee continuously high product quality. Subsequently.Chain plates in the continuous annealing furnace Heat treatment Contract heat treatment Heat treatment is one of the most important process steps in chain production. Our range of services includes: Hardening and tempering Case hardening and annealing • Carbonitriding • Spheroidise annealing • Carburisation • Nigrification • • Testing facilities: Sophisticated equipment for heat treatment: chamber kiln Hardness test according to Brinell. pusher type furnaces and swing retorts. Vickers and Rockwell Micro hardness test • Metallography • • 9 . Furthermore. We have the most sophisticated equipment as well as specially developed technologies. For heat treatment in throughput and charge operation we use conveyor furnace equipment for treatment under inert protective gas. Furthermore. we have multi-purpose chamber kilns. further finishing by means of shot peening procedure is possible. We will treat bulk goods up to a partial weight of 1. we support all steel hardening processes by means of a central computer system. this step is then followed by degreasing or vibratory finishing processes.

85 2.12 111.75 7.94 5.90 46.15 11.91 10.2 12.6 27.15 0.7 12. b3 min.12.2 17.45 5.75 7.26 0.0 200.48 9.08 13.15 0.0 0.68 2.0 13.0 230.24 4.0 16.7 16.49 1.12.111 11.75 7.111 11.0 9.20 4.15 11.32 0.15 11.5 1.12.1 3..88 6.05 25.66 4.0 26.51 8.97 4.26 DIN No.2 3.50 16.10 2.875 19.60 25.75 38.15.6 18.56 25.0 5.50 3.70 0.50 6.38 4.4 82.40 27.9 3.7 12.3 11.875 15.33 4. 4 (B) No.66 0.0 18.00 11.9 9.91 1. d1 max.0 160.2 8.4 29.72 4.00 5.40 6.50 0.2 8. Ind.15 11.0 72.40 30.5 10.75 6.93 11.80 3.) 10 No.4 37.00 71.50 4.111.6 99.07 15.4 15.1 5.83 8.12 111 l1 max.02 17.0 5.05 25.4 8.20 46.9 3.15 11.72 3.78 9.31 2.3 1.50 2.0 276.1 67.12.33 0.75 8.0 21. d2 max.0 630.1 36.21 39.4 19.4 33.0 560.2 11. 440 445 450 453 454 455 331 332 110 17 385 461 462 500 501 513 548 552 563 596 613 652 671 679 1 No.20 38.8 14.50 10.15 4.89 2.6 22.70 8.75 7.8 11.1 9.0 72. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.1 18.09 3.6 11.SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187-1 (EUROPEAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g b1 b2 b3 I1 k d1 Chain Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height p b1 min.53 5. Connecting links: According to DIN (.08 5.30 4.9 10.10 12.4 7.50 55.16 10.67 0.99 30.2 3.9 15.0 60.2 52.5 3.22 0.15 11.12.525 9.0 7.19 14.40 25.21 0.0 250.15 11.5 11.30 3.15 11.42 0. Projection over connecting link k max.99 38.6 7. 12 (L) No.50 0. 1.02 19.0 60.0 10.0 355.15 11.525 9.12.80 7.2 53.17 0.8 2.4 65.5 1.9 63.90 5.0 7.4 5.0 18.1 43.65 11.66 3.25 4. 111 (S) No.12.12 111.111.18 0.6 5. mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.26 0.68 17.45 50.7 12.61 2.9 10.60 29. min.2 10.08 0.08 5.41 0.7 15.15 15. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.80 45.9 4.63 15.54 7.5 2.39 8.4 9.20 4.1 0.88 19.00 6.28 3.62 25.90 9.5 8.38 0. ≈ Width over pin g max.0 9.0 12.40 7.70 70.9 3. 11 (E) No.78 3.6 13.0 180.45 4.15 11.51 0.10 4.51 10.30 10.10 45.0 42.28 8.1 9.66 3.8 17.66 5.0 31.1 44. Standard sprockets as of page 75.89 29.36 0.1 4.88 2.35 7.28 10.12 11.4 22.6 9.7 12.1 21.7 36.10 2.90 17.0 9. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link . 7 (A) No.72 8.81 22.9 9.0 8.06 11.2 inch - 3⁄8 3⁄8 3⁄8 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 3 d2 Connecting side Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight tensile tensile area strength strength DIN f FB FB q min.28 0.00 3.0 2.15 11.41 15.43 10.12..6 9.21 13.40 29. Connecting links Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.12.75 20.28 15.12 111.26 0.5 27.37 48.75 25.16 12.1 3.80 8.4 7.94 29.2 9.00 3.08 0.35 6.0 405.4 6.5 76.93 7.18 2.0 105.7 12.00 6.2 9.58 6.28 0.11 0.15 11.40 25.0 16.03 9.7 14.50 45.0 6.4 30.77 5.00 37. b2 max.15 11.1 10.0 95.96 5.60 7.1 4.45 6.525 12.8 63. mm 03 04 05 B-1 06 B-1 081 082 083 08 B-1 10 B-1 12 B-1 16 B-1 20 B-1 24 B-1 28 B-1 32 B-1 40 B-1 48 B-1 5.12.0 31.28 3.3 3.1 6.88 15. mm mm mm mm 2.0 8.06 0.12.80 56.78 0. 1 with straight side plates For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.73 8.0 22.20 4.12 11.111.0 9.44 0.0 8.0 8.12 111.7 12.

8 16.25 4.80 45.34 1.0 450.0 44.9 4.0 7.0 190.00 4.36 0.3 3.15 11.50 4.26 1.0 170.8 31.2 42.75 25.50 41.0 806.90 46.10 45. Standard sprockets as of page 75.02 19. max.1 3.78 1. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 11 .0 126. 1 with straight side plates For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.9 32.21 39.0 26. b2 max.38 5.15 11.12 111.0 63.24 5.1 44.8 14.07 15.63 15.9 3.4 6.12 111 DIN No.14 0.23 5.0 443.0 10.1 6.99 30. Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight Connecting tensile tensile area links strength strength DIN f FB FB q min.05 25. min.0 36.85 2.0 360.12 111.00 5.28 15.05 25. 12 (L) No.0 8.64 10. ≈ Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.15 11.75 38.0 140. max.91 11.15 11.29 91.0 42.4 33.1 21.40 27.45 50. Connecting links: According to DIN (.12 111.1 8.51 10.00 37.9 63.15 11.37 48. d2 max.40 30. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.8 2.43 13.111.4 37.0 530.50 45.23 0.56 1. 05 B-2 06 B-2 08 B-2 10 B-2 12 B-2 16 B-2 20 B-2 24 B-2 28 B-2 32 B-2 40 B-2 48 B-2 Plate Projec.20 38.0 54.88 36.60 21.90 17.4 37.36 59.0 0. b3 min.66 11.40 16.22 0.28 4.09 14.0 13.) No.45 5.50 5.5 57.80 3.68 17.1 4.59 19.2 68.875 19.82 2.60 29.30 13. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.0 8.0 101.0 124.DUPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187-1 (EUROPEAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g e b3 I2 b1 b2 k d1 Chain Ind. D 445 D 450 D 455 D 462 D 501 D 513 D 548 D 563 D 596 D 613 D 652 D 671 D 679 1 No.35 8. 2. d1 max.2 - 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 3 Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.8 106. Connecting side d2 mm inch 6.70 70.89 29.62 25.0 360.12.45 48.0 154.0 1100.75 9.19 14.50 55.40 29.7 15.20 46.12 11.56 58.0 9.28 10.00 5.3 14.94 29.0 630.31 3.21 5.01 1.72 8.65 11. 4 (B) No.2 17.36 1.10 4.6 7.2 52.0 210.0 7.21 5.00 6.30 7. 111 (S) No.99 38.12 111.16 12.81 22.72 7.0 5.60 50.08 5.88 19..2 11.0 1000.90 8.4 7.5 76.9 10..56 25.12.21 25.525 12.72 4. 7 (A) No.3 23.80 56.77 8.111.12.12.79 16.15 11.30 13.53 11.55 72.7 16.00 11.6 5.0 0.00 32.92 16.4 31.0 280.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l2 max. 11 (E) No.79 4.41 15.00 71.46 31. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.0 79.8 63.24 13.

56 58.90 8.9 34.40 27.0 950.88 19.0 150.2 - 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 3 Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.8 63.00 5.02 2. T 450 T 455 T 462 T 501 T 513 T 548 T 563 T 596 T 613 T 652 T 671 T 679 1 No.15 11.45 50.0 281.70 75.25 61.18 2.12.50 55.0 250.1 8.01 2.12 111.7 15.63 22.55 72.6 7.7 160.10 45.875 19.9 116.40 30.6 5. Connecting links: According to DIN (.08 5.00 71.37 48.92 16.21 7.75 25. 05 B-3 06 B-3 08 B-3 10 B-3 12 B-3 16 B-3 20 B-3 24 B-3 28 B-3 32 B-3 40 B-3 48 B-3 Plate Projec. b2 max. max.0 530.15 11.05 25.00 11.0 227.5 76.0 94.45 5.35 8. d2 max.29 91.02 19.00 25.0 670.15 11.62 25.12 7.84 11. ≈ Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.72 4.9 56.75 9.72 7.80 45. 4 (B) No.28 15.81 1.0 184.60 29.1 24. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link .00 5.2 11.70 70.12 111.7 99.33 0.24 5.46 31. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.1 21.4 6.0 523.0 425.21 39. b3 min.4 33.56 25.1 6.90 17.07 15.0 1720.28 4.87 16. 7 (A) No.0 211.9 10. 11 (E) No 111 (S) No.00 6. Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight Connecting tensile tensile area links strength strength DIN f FB FB q min.8 61.00 48.45 48.1 4.89 29. Connecting side d2 mm inch 8. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.75 38.2 52.8 14.64 10.31 8.15 11.0 184.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l3 max.26 2.4 31.18 24.00 37.1 24.0 800.31 3.4 7.525 12.0 11.63 15.94 29.0 42.12 11.4 37.50 10. max.8 3.15 11. Standard sprockets as of page 75.9 52.40 29.) 12 No.0 1500.31 38.9 4. d1 max.20 38. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.54 1.9 63.68 6.111.12 111..24 13.60 20.12.51 10.16 12.3 3.7 16.36 59.12.81 22.80 56.77 8.53 11.51 2.88 36.99 30. 3.1 3.05 25.20 46.50 4.5 66.TRIPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187-1 (EUROPEAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g e I3 e b1 b2 b3 k d1 Chain Ind.28 10.9 47.0 44.0 19.0 300.12. min.99 38.72 8.66 11.0 80. 12 (L) No.90 46.12 111.1 44.0 0.0 10.7 86.59 19..68 17.70 3.43 13.50 45.0 26. 1 with straight side plates For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.41 15.0 1140.65 11.00 32.111.0 9.30 13.0 0.0 660.19 14.12 111 DIN No.

05 25.75 18.2 16.8 26.84 6.2 31.4 226.70 27.3 2.5 3.27 19.0 Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.8 32.4 31.92 9.61 3.05 25.1 22.11 0.04 4.92 2.7 88.53 11.6 7.0 44.12.60 1.75 18.70 14.75 38.00 11 11 111 111 111 111 111 111 No.1 36.10 12.00 38.85 22.35 9.6 5.0 58.35 0. 111 (S) No.111.50 20.2 42.1 30.94 7.75 38.57 15.20 57.30 55.78 2.30 45.27 0.4 6.36 3.4 28.9 33.30 37.57 15.85 7.85 14.0 178.0 42. min.22 31.30 5.68 2.85 3.2 60.1 6.2 48.8 3.0 96.73 19. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.08 5.70 22.90 16.95 10.22 31.2 42.91 15.12 111. 12 (L) No.2 60.16 11.7 88.05 1.0 0.6 7.8 54.4 31.85 4.5 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 9.2 17. d2 max.58 39.60 35.10 12.0 84.12 111.2 31. b3 min.80 17.13 4.12 111.40 28.15 11.4 7.0 141. 25 35 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 200 Connecting side Pitch DIN No.7 15.00 54. b2 max.15 13.30 37.0 172. Connecting links: According to DIN (.00 47.5 127.18 4.80 7.92 4.0 15.94 6.0 233.111.90 10.5 2 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Projec.44 0.0 54.) No.60 24.23 25.5 80.08 7. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.0 13.5 231.88 19.8 353.10 37.40 12.16 1.40 28.75 1.8 63.55 37.. 7 (A) No.68 7.4 226.00 45. 2 without rollers (DIN 8154) 9 dismountable designs (with cottered/split pins) on request For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.1 12.25 6. mm 2 04 C-1 06 C-1 08 A-1 10 A-1 12 A-1 16 A-1 20 A-1 24 A-1 28 A-1 32 A-1 40 A-1 6.5 7.60 37..28 13.8 56.5 41. g max.12 23.9 37.94 7.0 9.0 1.30 39.45 50.58 39.93 17.01 1. Sprockets on request.1 44.0 0.16 11.18 1.5 127.0 92.0 24.22 25.45 24.47 11.12.15 11.1 30.12.80 5.70 46.0 24. max.0 172.525 12.6 5.8 56.5 30.85 9.28 29.15 11.1 6.05 22.00 3.875 19.30 9. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 13 .3 4.1 4.96 5.91 15.90 57.1 4.4 6.48 29.40 7.0 68.92 9.9 4.22 25.40 8.90 25.5 10.68 5. ≈ Inner width Ind.60 22.8 353.50 27.58 2.42 10.52 11.0 18.Width Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight tion over over pin tensile tensile area connecstrength strength ting link DIN k l1 f FB FB q max.0 18.84 15.60 19.30 11.2 48.1 36.9 65.55 37.0 400.77 4.27 19.SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8188-1 (AMERICAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 Chain Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height p b1 min.1 50.12 111.50 11.12.58 3.60 14.08 5.3 3.70 14.53 11. 11 (E) No.0 69. min.9 10. 3.94 3. d1 max. Details on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.70 4. d2 inch ¼ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ Connecting links Heavy duty design with reinforced side plates and enlarged bearing areas 50 H 60 H 80 H 100 H 120 H 140 H 160 H 200 H 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 - 5⁄8 ¾ 15.8 63.0 387. 4 (B) No.70 6.8 21.5 139.0 72.0 9.15 11.0 180.0 40.1 44.31 3.4 7.15 11.88 19.90 25.3 0.45 50.70 1.40 12.13 0.70 11.23 25.12 111.40 35.05 22.9 10.875 19.9 14.

12.1 36.44 48.15 11.57 15.12 DIN 35-2 40-2 50-2 60-2 80-2 100-2 120-2 140-2 160-2 200-2 Connecting side d2 mm inch 9.56 5.08 5.70 1.0 12.10 12.30 45.84 9.12 111.40 28.60 35.15 11.0 344.0 254. b3 min.4 177.5 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.15 11. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link . d2 max.525 12.90 25.23 25. max.8 453.1 30. 12 (L) No.0 15.80 17.92 9.55 37.29 35.27 19.55 9. Connecting links: According to DIN (.15 111.10 3.87 58.58 3.93 17.60 37.30 55.28 13. 11 (E) No. min.22 7.0 24.15 4.12 111.) 14 No.0 151.30 19.6 5.0 29. Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight Connecting tensile tensile area links strength strength DIN f FB FB q min.111.12. ≈ Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.84 10.2 48. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.7 15.60 10. 2 06 C-2 08 A-2 10 A-2 12 A-2 16 A-2 20 A-2 24 A-2 28 A-2 32 A-2 40 A-2 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Plate Projec.40 2.3 103.12 111.3 3.58 39.20 1.8 62.6 7.16 11.0 124.53 11.6 707.88 1.70 22. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.45 50.08 7.52 11.13 14.9 4.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l2 max.6 17.12. max. 2 without rollers (DIN 8154) 9 dismountable designs (with cottered/split pins) on request For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.40 12. Ind.2 44.0 205.1 4.6 113.22 31.0 18.00 54.84 21.1 44.40 35.91 15.96 5.75 18.0 135.80 14.90 7.55 71.76 45.7 77.9 10.94 7.2 42.0 23. Sprockets on request.68 7. b2 max.53 0.30 37.75 38.78 3. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.12.0 357.875 19.85 22.85 7.05 22.0 0.4 32.38 18.40 33.7 62.50 27.4 6.4 7.4 63.00 5.0 96.00 45. d1 max.1 6.68 3.0 730.4 31.12.0 76.DUPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8188-1 (AMERICAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g e b3 I2 b1 b2 k d1 Chain No.95 10. No..40 12.70 14.8 28. 111 (S) No. 4.70 27..111.85 9.78 29. 4 (B) No.70 7.2 60.70 15.3 39.22 25.11 22.12 111.00 11.15 11.3 3. 7 (A) No.05 25.15 13.88 19.47 11.8 63.0 455.0 0.9 49.0 290.

22 31.3 66.95 10.44 48.2 42.0 15.68 3. 111 (S) No.7 15.84 10.0 24.3 3.87 58.15 111.12. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.4 6.4 170.6 5.55 71.57 15.12 111.75 38.875 19.2 88.9 10. min.40 35.22 25.40 29.0 193.70 7.53 11.0 1.9 4.85 22.90 25.02 4.15 11. Connecting side d2 mm inch 9.05 22.93 17.23 25.7 113. b2 max.75 18.94 7. Sprockets on request.0 33.4 1061.0 1095.08 5.32 2.0 223.15 13.00 45.111.10 3.30 45. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 15 .0 0. ≈ Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.TRIPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8188-1 (AMERICAN TYPE) corresponding to ISO 606 p p g e I3 e b1 b2 b3 k d1 Chain Ind.1 30.85 9. Connecting links: According to DIN (.10 12.00 5. 35-3 40-3 50-3 60-3 80-3 100-3 120-3 140-3 160-3 200-3 2 06 C-3 08 A-3 10 A-3 12 A-3 16 A-3 20 A-3 24 A-3 28 A-3 32 A-3 40 A-3 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Plate Projec.15 11.0 410.50 11.Width Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight Connecting tensile tensile height tion over over pin area links connecstrength strength ting link DIN g k l2 f FB FB q max.83 11. 4 (B) No.0 152.2 680.2 48.60 37.68 7.10 50.5 41.12 111.76 14.70 7.13 14.76 45.6 91. 2 without rollers (DIN 8154) 9 dismountable designs (with cottered/split pins) on request For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.15 5.4 25.00 54.47 11.00 11.26 32.0 517.5 381.15 11.7 57.0 182. max.111. No.92 9.10 19.05 25.60 35.6 95.16 11.4 7.9 72. d1 max.45 50.29 35.2 60.05 1.28 13.40 12.50 27.96 5.0 685.4 31.56 23.8 63. 7 (A) No.30 37.6 7.0 520.55 37.. 11 (E) No.1 4.91 15.85 7.70 22. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.12. min.12.55 9.0 105. max.08 7.12.11 22.0 305.70 27. 4.0 18.27 19.80 1.80 3.35 7..0 12. d2 max.10 21.12 111.1 44.58 39.52 11. 12 (L) No.78 29.12.) No.1 265.3 3.58 3.12 111.88 19.5 46.80 17.1 6. b3 min.12 DIN No.7 42.5 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.40 28.70 14.38 18.20 16.1 36.30 55. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.0 141.15 11.525 12.

75 9.68 17.05 with straight inner plate Inner width Inner link Outer plate width width b1 min.45 5. d1 max.20 29.15 17. b3 min.7 19.08 mm 12.09 0.80 14. mm mm 18.10 cm2 0.70 mm 14.00 3.91 mm 3. tensile strength Smallest possible side bow radius r min. b2 max.90 4.05 25. mm 7.3 28.7 12.0 22.60 5.00 12. Ind.10 4. r min.10 21.70 13.4 Inner width b1 min.08 0.89 kN 10.20 18.5 6.0 mm 250 250 400 400 Main dimensions according to DIN 8188 Chain Pitch p Nr.85 13.07 15. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN mm 7.72 8.0 15.70 22. f FB min. Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height Projection over connecting link Width over pin Bearing area Minimum d1 max. Width over pin Bearing area Minimum Smallest possible side bow radius l1 max.16 12.89 0.20 8.40 0. p p g g b3 b2 b1 l1 b4 b2 b1 l1 k d1 d2 d1 d2 Main dimensions according to DIN 8187 Chain Pitch p No.08 5.21 18.40 17. 1 1 mm 12.65 11.00 13.0 300 400 450 500 Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height Projection over connecting link k max.40 22. Inner link Outer plate width width b2 max.70 37.875 19.0 60.90 15. g max.91 11.85 7.70 16.45 5.38 0.7 15.30 13.10 27.45 3.70 mm 7.28 11. b4 max.15 11.10 29.20 19.40 14.88 4. d2 max.02 11.90 tensile strength .60 22. ASA 40 ASA 40 RF ASA 61 ASA 61 RF 1 16 Ind.62 25.05 19. f FB min.00 mm 11.08 5. g max.70 16.28 15.95 11. 462 SB 501 SB 513 SB 548 SB mm 12. d2 max.12 0.95 7. l1 max.38 0.00 15. k max.40 11.51 10.4 29.SIDE BOW CHAINS R min.70 17.

90 4.90 8.0 79.12 4.0 140.85 25.6 22.4 31.0 0.0 41.11. k Connecting side d2 d1 d2 Plate Projec.1 4.05 25.41 0.50 11.53 11.6 4.35 8.4 33.51 10.10 2.4 5.94 8.07 11.78 31.4 29.30 2.88 19.111.81 1.0 22.47 1.05 25.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l max.9 56.5 14.40 29.11 4.94 8.4 6.85 8.5 18.36 10.0 280.0 101.7.0 21.12 4.111.0 54.0 106.02 19.11.0 95.5 14.4 33.7.66 11.11. max. 455 GL 462 GL 501 GL 513 GL 60 GL 60 HGL 548 GL 548 GLS 563 GL 596 GL 455 GL-2 462 GL-2 501 GL-2 513 GL-2 60 GL-2 548 GL-2 548 GLS-2 563 GL-2 596 GL-2 455 GL-3 462 GL-3 501 GL-3 513 GL-3 60 GL-3 548 GL-3 548 GLS-3 563 GL-3 596 GL-3 Ind.525 12.6 3.875 19.20 38.7.28 15. min.0 21.7.88 36.15 4.12 4.7.62 17.11 4.63 9.8 61.11.60 29.0 36.7.0 140.88 15.9 99.88 31.45 25.16 12.1 9.6 3.40 5.57 17.0 425.4 23.15 4.11.60 25.11.60 29.7.45 5.75 17.58 1.66 11.11.0 160. For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.88 19.28 4.12 4.4 6. d1 max.7 15.35 8.57 12.0 9.2 49.9 4.92 16.0 523.11.91 15.7 15.41 15.8 60.03 14. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.0 24.3 3.0 63.4 37.02 17.28 4.0 60.4 8.92 8.0 68.875 19.08 5.12 4.16 2.24 13.05 19.7.3 3.0 34.00 37.7.0 180.9 36.9 4.28 4.68 12.08 6.11 4.03 1.34 1.0 19.8 31.78 1.0 26.19 14.8 68.6 5.2 11.4 25.7.02 17.0 18.0 72.4 3.20 8.1 6.4 31.11.7.0 26.11 4.28 10.90 8.67 0.56 1.30 13.12 mm 9.88 15.28 10.05 19.4 6.19 14.29 1.66 11.05 19.07 11.1 6.5 17.21 5.1 4.86 1.62 17.0 21.0 76.8 31.4 5.43 13.7.54 0.00 37.31 8.9 28.59 5.525 12.28 15.11 4.7.94 3.7.20 38.87 16. max.75 38.7 86.12 4.15 4.75 17.0 80.0 18.02 17.72 7.7 26.07 11.0 210.79 2.16 12.2 15.ROLLER CHAINS TYPE SERIES GL (STRAIGHT PLATES) Simplex chains p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e I2 e b1 b2 b3 b3 b1 b2 k d1 Chain No.4 160.60 25.02 2.15 6.56 25.28 8.05 25.0 72.7.9 32.60 29.57 17.30 13.63 10.11 4.68 3.75 9.05 25.75 17.11.1 4.57 17.0 150.51 10.0 160.1 6.60 25.6 5.45 5.7 72.7.08 5.40 8.59 19.43 13.0 41.1 9. d2 max.05 25.72 7.21 2.88 36.0 24.12 4.43 4.00 2.2 15.4 33.4 25.0 0.85 25.4 5.28 8.2 15.0 44.12 4.91 11.45 48. ≈ Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.16 12.70 25.12. Standard sprockets as of page 75.7.62 17.88 31.0 26.78 31.525 12.72 5.0 24.3 3.20 8.75 9.12.7.11.0 16.4 6.11.5 14.94 8.70 25.94 5.40 25.1 inch 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ ¾ 1 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ 1 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ 1 1 1¼ 1½ Connecting links Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.24 13.66 22.0 250.12 4.10 4.7.09 0.11 4.40 5.28 0.7.20 38.19 14.11 4.0 24.65 11.40 25.2 42.65 11.12.6 4.12 4.40 29.75 38.12 4.30 13.6 4.91 15.9 116.2 11. b2 max.0 105.70 19.00 37.7.11.2 53.10 2.11 4. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength. Connecting side Bearing Minimum Minimum Weight tensile tensile area strength strength DIN f FB FB q min.0 44.91 15.21 4.13 7.31 6.72 5.9 4.01 1.40 29.91 11.20 6.51 10.88 15.50 2.0 211.92 16.5 18.6 99.0 300.05 1.28 8.29 2.1 43.0 31.68 12.4 8.0 170.0 360.65 11.5 66.28 15.34 0.75 9.5 57.6 4.12 4.6 13.6 5.0 17.7.02 19.9 47.41 15.0 105.7. 17 .88 8.05 25.95 5.40 25.88 19. 5.111.05 19.02 19.08 5.2 11.11 4. b3 min.7 15.40 3.59 19.50 0.00 4.0 24.41 15.6 18.4 31.7.0 31.58 9.45 5.7.8 63.9 52.5 18.56 25.28 10.45 48.11 4.60 25.89 1.75 38.63 3.68 12.72 7.6 106.875 19.35 8.7.63 3.36 8.62 3.0 211. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kN kg/m No.0 94.7.4 6.43 13.11 4.6 27.97 3.7 95.51 2.46 22.85 19.53 11.53 11.7.1 36.46 22.4 25.72 5.56 25.

POM-CLIPS Careful conveying of sensitive goods Easy assembly and replacement POM-Clips for Wippermann chains type series GL (straight sided plates) • for simplex and duplex roller chains • for MARATHON and stainless steel chains • protect sensitive goods from damage by the chain • wear resistant and durable POM • no edge pressure at transfer points (see picture) • high load capacity per clip • black clips for connecting links (mounting without spring clip) 18 .

9 3.0 24.9 5.8 53.15 .5 15.POM-CLIPS Careful conveying of sensitive goods lc bc hc g bmin ac Chain Plate height DIN No.0 22 36 25 42 28 48 45 45 50 9.2 45.2 21.0 47.7 22.3 9. 462 GL D 462 GL 501 GL D 501 GL 513 GL D 513 GL 548 GLS 548 GL 563 GL max.9 42.7 33.3 40. preferably unriveted) Fixing by pin extensions.3 (against steel) • max. fuel and mineral oil • low bulking 19 .3 25.5 3.3 12.2 34..5 21.7 44.2 34.55 1. Ind.55 3. 0.5 1. chains preferably unriveted Wrong chain for plastic clips Material POM • stiff and durable thermoplastic • impact resistant • wear resistant • friction coefficient μ = 0.0 26.5 13.5 11.0 10.5 23.2 18.9 21.5 12.2 15.4 70 140 90 180 110 220 140 140 180 Assembly of the clips at room temperature (> 15°C) Correct chain for plastic clips (Type series GL..6 39.5 14.2 30. sustained temperature 80ºC Top surface of the straight plates bear the load • food approved • alkali-proof • hot-water-proof • not resistant against strong acids (pH < 4) • insoluble in many solvents. mm mm mm mm mm mm kg 08 B-1 08 B-2 10 B-1 10 B-2 12 B-1 12 B-2 16 B-1 works stand. 20 B-1 11.2 13. vertical load per clip g ac bc bmin hc lc No.4 45.5 3.9 30.5 17.1 6.2 14.4 19.

POM-CLIPS WITH TOP SURFACE TPU Careful conveying of sensitive goods on TPU TPU POM Easy assembly and replacement POM-clip with top surface TPU • for chain 462GL. top surface TPU (85 Shore A) • protect sensitive goods from damage by the chain • no egde pressure at transfer points (see picture) • high coefficient of friction between clip and conveyed good • high load capacity • mounting of connecting links with POM-clip and without spring clip 20 . 548 GLS including MARATHON and SS • basic clip POM. 513GL.

5 21.0 3. g max.5 25.5 15.2 45.9 34.1 19. sustained temperature 80°C • resistant against most oils and greases Top surfaces of the straight plates bear the load • low danger of hydrolysis 21 . mm mm mm mm mm mm kg 08 B-1 12 B-1 16 B-1 11. 462 GL 513 GL 548 GLS Ind.9 70 110 140 Assembly of the clips at room temperature (> 15°C) Correct chain for plastic clips (Type series GL. vertical load per clip ac bc bmin hc lc No. durable. impact resistant • TPU-top: 85 Shore A • perfect junction between POM-clip and TPU-top • high friction.0 22 28 45 13 20 22 21. high abrasion resistance • max.4 41.4 3.POM-CLIPS WITH TOP SURFACE TPU Careful conveying of sensitive goods on TPU bc lc hc g bmin ac Chain Plate height DIN No. preferably unriveted) Fixing by pin extension. preferably chains unriveted or with extended pins Wrong chain for plastic clips POM-clip with top surface TPU • POM-clip: stiff.9 5.

11.02 17.2 79.56 19. Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength f FB min.0 235.12 5.7.50 4.60 25.7.0 270.0 240.56 19.111 4.85 1 1 1 1 1 with straight side plates 31.4 25.75 38.40 29.7.6 10. Ind.0 53.6 2.1 6.10 4.05 19.0 24.60 25.20 29.4 5.0 123.90 55.70 25. 24. d2 max.20 56.20 18.87 5.7.20 38.00 29.63 22.37 8.11.45 d2 Plate Projec.56 25. max.40 25.05 25.0 26.00 37.03 11. e mm No.60 29.10 25. b2 max.70 4.7.40 25.0 350.02 17.111 .29 6.00 29.21 6.111 4.4 36.00 15.0 116.111 4.19 13.20 29.1 38.7.5 82.59 8.28 8.90 39.111 4.88 19.0 99.111 4.28 8.88 31.75 31.4 6.19 10.1 6.6 6.7.7. mm inch mm mm mm mm mm 548 GLX D548 GLX T548 GLX 563 GLX D563 GLX T563 GLX 596 R 596 SX 671 SX 1 25.66 7.40 39.13 8.4 26.11.0 36. max.20 40.5 1 1 1 1¼ 1¼ 1¼ 1½ 1½ 2½ 17.0 200.84 12.50 14.0 60.4 5.4 25.76 85.40 25.4 26.0 170.40 38.11.88 15.11.0 3.91 8.4 56.88 15.31 2. d1 max.SPECIAL HEAVY DUTY CHAINS Simplex chains Simplex chains (Type GL) p p p p g g b3 b1 b2 b3 I1 b1 b2 I1 k d1 k Connecting side d2 d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e b3 I2 e b1 b2 b3 b1 b2 k d1 Chain 1 22 k Connecting side d2 d1 Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.95 5.111 4.0 36.1 68.88 36.4 31.111 4.28 10.111 4.10 8.1 6.0 24.3 5. b3 min. q ≈ Connecting links mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.19 10.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l max.1 63.75 31.0 500.05 19.45 36.9 43.40 25.7.11.02 19.

q ≈ Weight tensile strength Connecting links mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.73 19.70 11.11 4. Width over pin Bearing area Minimum l1 max. 9.7.0 24.6 113. 11 (E) No.75 18..92 9.60 10.8 63. b2 max.1 44.7.04 4.1 266.1 4.10 12.0 84.18 38.49 29.28 29.60 19.11 4.0 75.45 50.2 42.6 7.) No.6 5.68 5. f FB min.7.84 15.53 11. d2 max.94 7.60 24.0 18.4 6.29 14.18 1.7.70 14.85 14..111 For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.POWER CHAINS p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 Connecting side d2 Type series HX with reinforced plates and pins made of quenched and tempered steel Chain Pitch p No.94 6. 111 (S) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin 23 .77 4.9 442.1 36.0 58.88 19.4 28. b3 min.23 25.75 38.25 6.05 25.7 209. Sprockets on request.22 25.1 6. d1 max.50 4. 50 HX 60 HX 80 HX 100 HX 120 HX 140 HX 160 HX 200 HX Ind.9 37.111 4.16 1.30 37.13 4.75 1.7.0 0. Projection over connecting link k max.94 3.80 7.2 1. g max.111 4.111 4.0 54. 7 (A) No.57 15.48 39.08 5.88 58.7.91 15.111 4.85 46. 4 (B) No.1 30.55 37.7.58 39.20 58.40 28.4 7.40 12.22 31.45 24.0 68.27 19.4 155.9 10.5 inch 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height b1 min.3 4.7.92 2.90 25.60 33. mm 15.2 60.875 19.2 48.15 47. Connecting links: According to DIN (.0 44.4 50.05 22.16 11.111 4.0 23.90 10.10 37.40 19.4 31.

Special technical features: • Coated chain pins • Coated rollers • Special long-term lubricants Advantages in application: • Particularly efficient • Dry-running operation characteristics in case of deficient lubrication • Corrosion-protection on request . Due to special finishing treatment procedures the surface has an optimal ductility despite its hardness. Coating The special surface coating of the Biathlon chain guarantees a high resistance against abrasive and adhesive wear even in case of poor lubrication. The extended wear life increases the availability of machines and equipment. The Biathlon chain can also be supplied in a corrosion-protected design (see page 26). Thus fretting will be avoided to a large extent. 24 The coating process features a reproducible layer thickness as well as an extraordinary outline constancy and an even layer thickness on the chain components. Range of application The high-performance chain Biathlon shows its advantages wherever the use of standard roller chains is not economical due to difficult maintenance conditions.BIATHLON Coated special pin Long-term lubrication Coated roller Wear elongation Coating Standard Biathlon Base material Operating hours Cross-section polish of coated chain pin Wear diagram WEAR PROTECTION FOR MORE EFFICIENCY Special coatings increase wear life – even with little maintenance. The special coating of chain pins and rollers allows for excellent dry-running operation characteristics and thus makes this chain particularly resistant against phases without sufficient relubrication.

0 26.00 37.02 19.75 9. b2 max.08 5.88 19.7 16.1 6.75 25.7 15.45 48.15 11.0 300.62 25.2 42.19 14.10 2.72 8.01 2.15 11.36 1.9 4.12 11.7 99.75 25.05 25.0 360.15 11.91 1.6 5.45 5.0 0.0 0.1 6.1 12.0 210.0 54.31 8.30 13.40 29.40 7.51 10.875 19.20 38.111.59 19.875 19.63 13.9 4.12.4 31.67 0.75 25.40 29.7 36.0 140.1 21.1 4.68 3.18 2.70 0.1 4.68 17.8 14.20 38.40 8.65 11.6 5. 11 (E) No.19 14..15 11.34 1.30 13.0 36.9 4. d1 max.63 18.72 8. d2 max.16 12.07 15.00 11.96 5.20 38.0 56.12.60 20. 12 (L) No.43 13. d2 Bearing Breaking Weight area load Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height Projection over connecting link Width over pin p b1 min.02 19.88 19.54 1.6 27.90 11.0 44.21 5.92 16.75 9. Chains 16-B GLS available with plate height g = 21 mm (max.12 7.4 33.79 4.38 5.0 72.41 15.40 37.72 8.43 13.50 0.07 15.1 43.41 15.51 10.1 21.20 11.05 25.05 25.111.30 7.12 111.63 4.0 101.20 11.4 31.09 1.2 68.56 25.15 11.12.50 6.08 5.19 14.45 5.60 29.16 12. 111 (S) No.46 31.2 53.05 25.0 523.80 1.4 6.4 3.07 15.62 25.0 31. 08 B-1 BI 10 B-1 BI 12 B-1 BI 16 B-1 BI 20 B-1 BI 24 B-1 BI 08 B-2 BI 10 B-2 BI 12 B-2 BI 16 B-2 BI 20 B-2 BI 24 B-2 BI 08 B-3 BI 10 B-3 BI 12 B-3 BI 16 B-3 BI 20 B-3 BI 24 B-3 BI Ind.60 29.8 14.01 1.89 2.68 17.00 37.40 7.90 11.12 111.12 111. 4 (B) No.0 150.111.43 13.1 6.15 11.51 10.4 11.BIATHLON Simplex chains Simplex chains (type series GL) p p p p g b3 g b1 b2 I1 b1 b2 b3 k d1 k Connecting side d2 I1 d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e e I2 b 1 b2 b3 I3 e k d1 d2 b3 Connecting side b1 b2 k d1 Chain according to DIN / ISO Nr.8 61.12 Can also be supplied with attachments and straight plates (type series GL).70 3.0 180.12.1 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ Connecting side FB min.1 4.0 80.65 11.40 11.16 12.40 8.4 6.4 33.12 111.28 15.75 38. b3 min.15 11.9 52.7 15.0 63. Standard sprockets can be used for these chains.82 2.12 111.50 10.1 21.91 11.12 11.6 5.6 22.02 2.0 94.56 25.30 13.15 11.12.7 16.05 25.6 17.05 25. f mm inch 12.59 19.90 11.12.) No.).0 211. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 25 .36 13.87 16.46 31. 7 (A) No. 7.9 116.4 31. e g max.51 2.75 9.63 4.12.6 3.28 10.56 25.4 11.4 31.1 12.) and as type series GL with g = 24 mm (max.15 11.12..60 29.40 2. Connecting links: According to DIN (.36 11.4 6.20 8.875 19.0 37.28 10.8 14.02 19.12.6 3.88 36.7 16.75 38.40 25.88 19.45 48.28 15.65 11.7 15.12 111.28 15.28 10. l max.0 19.75 38.08 5.92 16.41 15.0 105.88 36.0 26.68 6.30 13.0 26.40 4.68 17.0 79.4 33.45 5. q ≈ Connecting links mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m Nr. k max.62 25.

environmentally-friendly corrosion protection material of the highest quality is additionally applied when manufacturing the KS type Biathlon chain. 200 hours. in the food processing or in the packing industry.g. humid ambient conditions frequently impede relubrication of the chains.BIATHLON KS Coated special pin Long-term lubrication Corrosion protection coated Coated roller HIGHEST CORROSION RESISTANCE IN ITS CLASS Application areas Technical characteristics of the BIATHLON KS chain: In a number of industrial sectors. In this case the combination of low maintenance requirements and high corrosion resistance with carbon steel chains makes double sense. e. In salt spray tests the Biathlon KS proved to be corrosion resistant for a period of more than 1000 hours. This long-life cycle has been achieved by combining different surface technologies that do not interact negatively with each other. Under the same test conditions comparisons showed significant corrosion on competing chains after approx. The annoying consequence is considerable chain wear resulting in too short change intervals and thus in unnecessarily high maintenance costs. On the basis of the standard Biathlon chain with its already excellent wear protection. • coated chain pins and bushings • coated rollers • coated plates • special long-term lubricants Advantages in application: • particularly efficient Proven quality The KS type Biathlon high performance chain has the highest corrosion resistance in its class. 26 • dry-running operation characteristics in case of deficient lubrication • high-tech corrosion protection • RoHS compliance due to non-use of hexavalent chromium .

50 6.20 8.67 0.34 1.4 33.8 14.07 15.20 11.1 43.92 16.0 79.6 22.65 11.41 15.40 4.62 25.65 11.28 15.75 9.60 29.1 21.38 5.2 53.45 48.75 38.20 38.).12. d2 max.0 26.50 10.05 25.82 2.75 38.4 31.0 101.4 11. Standard sprockets can be used for these chains.12.111.91 1.1 12.9 4.18 2.60 20.00 11.51 10.0 54.46 31.40 29.19 14.0 26.41 15. 11 (E) No.9 4.8 14.6 3.19 14.36 13.41 15.0 0..4 31.68 17.59 19.15 11.01 1.51 10.43 13.12. 111 (S) No. k max.40 29.75 25. d1 max.54 1.00 37.9 52.28 10. 08 B-1 BI KS 10 B-1 BI KS 12 B-1 BI KS 16 B-1 BI KS 20 B-1 BI KS 24 B-1 BI KS 08 B-2 BI KS 10 B-2 BI KS 12 B-2 BI KS 16 B-2 BI KS 20 B-2 BI KS 24 B-2 BI KS 08 B-3 BI KS 10 B-3 BI KS 12 B-3 BI KS 16 B-3 BI KS 20 B-3 BI KS 24 B-3 BI KS Ind.90 11.02 19.63 4.2 42.) No.88 19..4 31.07 15. Chains 16-B GLS available with plate height g = 21 mm (max.12.12. q ≈ Connecting links mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m Nr.1 6.88 19.51 2.6 27.0 44.111.1 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ Connecting side FB min.12.7 16.12. e g max.0 56. 12 (L) No.02 19.40 7.12 11. d2 Bearing Breaking Weight area load Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height Projection over connecting link Width over pin p b1 min.80 1.12 Can also be supplied with attachments and straight plates (type series GL).62 25.28 10.72 8.15 11.02 19.75 38.12 111.30 13.89 2.60 29.16 12.0 210.45 5.2 68.0 37.0 31.30 7.40 8.40 37.72 8.46 31.08 5.40 7.30 13.1 21.4 6.75 9.7 15.88 36.4 33.4 6.05 25.08 5.12 111.4 33.50 0.20 11.63 18.0 63.68 17.12.4 6.0 523.05 25.15 11.0 300.40 11.8 14.75 25. 7 (A) No.4 11.63 4.875 19.30 13.20 38.12 111.16 12.7 15. b3 min.6 3.31 8.12 111.40 2.43 13.05 25.68 17.111.56 25.0 36.70 0. b2 max.28 10.68 3.15 11.60 29.19 14.63 13.92 16.12.) and as type series GL with g = 24 mm (max.08 5. 4 (B) No.07 15.28 15.70 3.9 4.28 15.12 11.68 6.90 11.7 15.05 25.875 19.7 16.0 94.45 5.12 7.1 6.65 11.0 72.51 10. f mm inch 12.88 19.0 26.7 36.12 111.43 13.20 38. l max.36 11.1 4.96 5.9 116.10 2.15 11.12 111. Connecting links: According to DIN (.0 19.0 211.4 3.6 5.75 9.875 19.7 16.91 11.1 12.59 19.15 11.1 4.1 6.79 4.45 5.88 36.BIATHLON KS Simplex chains Simplex chains (type series GL) p p p p g b3 g b1 b2 I1 b1 b2 b3 k d1 k Connecting side d2 I1 d1 Duplex chains d2 Connecting side Triplex chains e b3 e I2 b 1 b2 I3 e k d1 d2 b3 Connecting side b1 b2 k d1 Chain according to DIN / ISO Nr.45 48.36 1.21 5.62 25.40 25.0 150.0 180. 7.15 11.09 1.1 21.0 105.6 5.8 61.4 31.90 11.0 360.02 2.40 8. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 27 .00 37.7 99.15 11.01 2.87 16.1 4.30 13.0 140.75 25.72 8.56 25.56 25.0 80.6 17.15 11.16 12.05 25.6 5.0 0.

MAINTENANCE-FREE maintenance-free chains MARATHON. The resulting high-wearing coat guarantees an excellent sliding performance. problematic or not possible at all.MARATHON . • Paper processing • Same tensile strength as with WIPPERMANN standard chains • Textile industry • All MARATHON chains fit standard sprockets 28 Range of application for WIPPERMANN MARATHON chains: • Printing industry • Bookbinding industry • Automotive industry • All systems where relubrication is either not wanted. . the long distance chain that needs no relubrication: • High-performance bearing joints • Tensile strength according to WIPPERMANN standard • Electrogalvanised surface for optimum protection • Bushings with slight projection over plates Advantages of the WIPPERMANN MARATHON chain: • Up to 35 times longer wear life in comparison with other standard roller chains without lubrication • Temperatures from 0°C to +100°C • Up to 5 times longer wear life than other maintenance-free chains • With special lubrication from -30°C to +250°C (after consultation) • No relubrication required • Speeds of up to v = 150 m/min. • Clean application with no soiling of machinery and transported goods • Food industry • Joint bushings made with a new type of sintered metal with high strength treated with a special lubricant • Bushings longer than the width of the chain link with sliding contact to the outer plate • Electrical industry • Production of printed circuit boards (PCBs) • Television industry • Packing industry • The pins forming the joints with these bushings are made of alloyed hardened steel and are treated with a special coating.

000 N Breaking point: Pins DIN Force projection diagram 29 .MAINTENANCE-FREE Non-lubricated chains Standard maintenance-free chains MARATHON Operating hours Results of long-term wear tests Wear resisting pin Bushings with slight projection over plates Ultra-strength oil-soaked sintered bushing Electro-plated plates and rollers Type of test: Tensile test Object: 548 Marathon chain Test length: 5 links Minimum tensile strength: 78.Wear elongation MARATHON .

90 8.20 38.54 0.40 25.3 3.12 111.3 3.9 56.5 17.6 5.30 13.51 10.78 1.7 36.51 10.02 19.90 8.6 22.02 19.2 11.51 2.28 15.1 6.4 8.9 116.12.56 25.111.0 210.12 11.75 25.07 15.40 29.12 111.31 8.46 31.15 11.01 2.18 2.0 79.91 11.88 36.05 25.12.40 6.68 6.20 8.75 38.72 7.1 21.111.15 11.66 11.56 25.1 6.05 25.08 5.875 19.36 1. q ≈ mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.12.0 31.09 0.0 300.02 19.36 10.0 360.41 15. d1 max.40 6.60 29.24 13.1 36.4 6.72 8.72 7.28 8.15 11.68 17.0 26.12.59 19.0 34.08 5.8 61.18 2. 30 k Connecting side d2 Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength Width over pin g max.9 4.53 11.9 52.60 6.63 3. 06 B-1 MA 08 B-1 MA 10 B-1 MA 12 B-1 MA 16 B-1 MA 552 MA 20 B-1 MA 24 B-1 MA 06 B-2 MA 08 B-2 MA 10 B-2 MA 12 B-2 MA 16 B-2 MA 20 B-2 MA 24 B-2 MA 06 B-3 MA 08 B-3 MA 10 B-3 MA 12 B-3 MA 16 B-3 MA 20 B-3 MA 24 B-3 MA 1 1 1 d1 Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height p b1 min.05 25.05 25.7 16.12.62 25.0 26.0 0. 10.65 11.6 18.45 5.12.0 63.92 16.6 5.4 30.1 4. 12 11.7 15.07 15.90 8.0 72.45 48.88 36.4 31.0 180.15 11.87 16.75 25.0 105.51 10.05 25.68 17.41 15.7 16.0 21.63 9.88 19.0 19.1 43.8 14.875 19.4 6.35 8.19 14.92 16.16 12.0 24.15 11.9 4.75 25.525 12.19 14.45 5.7 16.525 12. d2 max.16 12.15 11.67 0.1 4.91 1.2 68.6 5.8 14.65 11.28 0.72 8.0 150.88 19.72 8.0 54.2 11.59 19.7 15.30 13.4 3.28 10.62 25.6 3.28 4.88 19.0 94.7 15.8 31.40 5.63 mm 9.68 17.40 3.53 11.50 3.41 0.6 27.40 37.4 6.68 2.35 8.0 80.00 37.40 8.43 13. f FB min.4 8.12 Connecting links .62 25.4 33.16 12.36 8.02 2.24 13.0 101.19 14.20 8.10 2.63 3.0 211.66 11.28 10.2 53.88 15.0 523. Ind.0 17.2 11.30 7.12.05 25.8 14.45 5.89 2.875 19.12 111.02 17.12 11.41 15.80 0. b3 min.15 11.46 31.00 11.20 with straight side plates Standard sprockets can be used for these chains.1 21.40 1.20 38.20 38.08 5.81 1. l max. Projection over connecting link k max.07 15.12.4 37.111.65 11.12.12.2 42.15 11.0 72.0 44.1 inch 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 29.15 11.21 5.0 140.50 0.66 11.12 111.82 2.30 13.MAINTENANCE-FREE Roller chains according to DIN 8187-1 Simplex chains p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e I2 e b1 b2 b3 b3 b1 b2 k d1 d2 Chain 1 No.28 4.01 1.15 11.15 11.28 15.34 1.525 12.4 23.9 4.28 15.43 13.60 29.0 26.40 29.70 3.4 5.1 21.70 0.53 11.75 38.1 4.12 111.15 11.1 9.12.75 9. e mm mm mm mm mm 5.6 3.75 9.79 4.1 9.50 6.4 31.28 4.111.40 5.43 13.3 3.60 20.28 10.30 13.4 33.75 38.72 7.0 36.0 0.12 7.MARATHON .6 13.35 8.4 33.1 6. b2 max.40 25. 12 111.7 99.50 10.12.56 1.00 37.38 5.0 31.56 25.75 9.45 48.96 5.10 2.

88 1.0 410.60 35.7 77.8 26.85 22.0 96.1 30.30 11.75 38.4 6.40 12.0 41.92 9.02 4.0 15.80 17.10 3.0 15.38 18.05 22.28 13.29 35.7 62.30 11.2 3.6 3.111.1 4.4 31.8 62.12 111.88 19.93 17.75 18.60 1.38 18.50 11.28 13.35 7.1 6.9 4.91 15.5 41.11 22.15 11. q ≈ Connecting links mm inch mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.12.32 2.80 5.0 76.80 17. 08 A-1 MA 10 A-1 MA 12 A-1 MA 16 A-1 MA 20 A-1 MA 24 A-1 MA 08 A-2 MA 10 A-2 MA 12 A-2 MA 16 A-2 MA 20 A-2 MA 24 A-2 MA 08 A-3 MA 10 A-3 MA 12 A-3 MA 16 A-3 MA 20 A-3 MA 24 A-3 MA Ind.23 7.40 12.15 111.75 18.70 7.15 11.10 11.58 2.76 16.0 69.40 1.111.0 193.70 22.6 17.76 45.0 18.91 15.08 5.40 35. 31 .96 5.15 111.85 9.7 113.10 3.1 30.20 16.50 27.23 7.5 30.5 139.0 24.30 11.6 3.1 36.60 11.05 1.20 1.92 9.70 22.22 11. k Connecting side d1 Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height p b1 min.70 27.08 5.44 12.85 22.15 5.0 40.95 10.0 290. b2 max.23 3.05 22.1 36.94 7.80 3.12 111.0 18.85 22.90 25.1 4.88 19.4 31.91 15.78 29.60 35.6 91.57 15.0 0.12 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ Sprockets on request.93 17.70 22.05 22.0 24.0 305.1 6.96 5.15 13.MARATHON .94 7.85 9.05 25.90 25.92 9.MAINTENANCE-FREE Roller chains according to DIN 8188-1 Simplex chains p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e I2 e b1 b2 b3 b3 b1 b2 k d1 d2 Chain No.96 5.12 11.0 135.60 7.3 39.16 11.12.0 24.1 4.1 50.88 19.10 3.01 1.80 1.40 35.08 5.36 3.12.875 19.94 7.1 12.78 3. e d2 Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength Width over pin g max.28 13.93 17.70 1.9 49.10 3.12.7 15.15 13.12 11. d2 max.6 5.84 1.56 5.61 3.7 15.05 25.875 19.95 10.15 11. 12.12 111. f FB min.1 6.05 25.60 10.60 11.12.75 38.0 0.6 5.57 15.0 92.22 7.29 35.40 35.9 72.7 15.12.12.0 15.0 141.12.12.1 30.3 46.111.8 32.9 4.15 11.22 7.12.10 14.1 36.92 0.15 11.85 9.44 14.75 38.15 11.0 29.80 17.1 12.15 11.0 205.111.0 18.9 33.60 35.75 18.1 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 7.95 10.8 21.50 27.15 111.4 31.50 27.111. l max.15 13.16 11.15 4.76 45. d1 max. b3 min.9 4.6 5.53 11.83 11.78 29.70 27.53 11.44 0.70 27.12.40 12.78 2.4 6.57 15.53 11. Projection over connecting link k max.90 7.2 12.111.22 7.15 11.875 19.12.2 12.15 11.2 88.4 6.11 22.90 25.0 105.40 2.16 11.7 57.

56 1.12.03 14.68 17.6 18.11.1 6.59 19.56 25.75 25.1 6.0 17.7.11.6 5.05 25.90 8.34 0.5 24.02 19.40 8.1 6.7 99. 455 GL MA 462 GL MA 501 GL MA 513 GL MA 548 GL MA 548 GLS MA 563 GL MA 596 GL MA 455 GL-2 MA 462 GL-2 MA 501 GL-2 MA 513 GL-2 MA 548 GL-2 MA 563 GL-2 MA 596 GL-2 MA 455 GL-3 MA 462 GL-3 MA 501 GL-3 MA 513 GL-3 MA 548 GL-3 MA 563 GL-3 MA 596 GL-3 MA Ind.45 5.92 8.75 25.11.13 7.05 25.12 4. q ≈ mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.1 inch 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ d2 d1 Pitch mm Sprockets on request.00 37.4 23.7 36.9 4.0 21.7 15.5 17.15 4.7.63 3.11.0 94.2 15.65 11.15 4.4 5.0 26.65 11.60 25.00 37.24 13.41 15.28 15.6 5.08 5.75 38.0 34.02 2.7 15.0 150.02 17.0 72.65 11.6 3.08 5.7.88 36. d2 max.3 3.6 3.40 5.11 4.28 4.11.7.60 29.525 12.875 19.3 3.41 15.7.9 4.68 6.20 38.28 10.62 25.0 140.81 11.12.19 14.89 2.111.63 9.40 29.12 4.29 2.11 4.0 31.7.59 19.53 11.90 4.75 9.09 0.875 19.72 8.72 7.05 25.11 4.88 36.111.4 25.75 38.46 31.72 8.43 13.7.28 8.7.7.75 9.7.4 31.68 17.4 37.72 7.12 4.24 13.01 1.16 12.10 2.51 10.0 300.0 24.92 16.28 4.75 38.11.4 33.83 8.63 3.11.30 2.4 8.40 3.51 2.4 31.66 11.0 360.20 8.4 6.25 11.45 48.4 31.78 1.525 12.2 11.11.0 0.4 6.7.35 8.8 61.5 14.90 8.7.16 12.1 9.41 0.9 4.0 80.00 37.05 25.11 4.56 25.68 17.12. 10.88 15.02 19. d1 max.4 33.21 5.40 29. Connecting side k Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength Width over pin g max.40 6.0 523.12 4.20 38.2 15.30 13.08 5.34 1.7.2 11.03 1. b2 max.79 4.66 22.40 29.7.75 25.19 14.72 7.2 15.88 19.111.45 48.2 53.05 25.63 9.92 16.97 3.07 15.40 25.28 4.12 4.4 8.12 4.1 4.5 14.MARATHON .11. b3 min.0 44.7.12 4.88 19.4 33.45 5.11 4.2 68.51 10.11. f FB min.28 15.4 3.0 210.2 42.29 3.00 2.875 19.45 5.MAINTENANCE-FREE Roller chains type series GL (straight plates) Simplex chains p p g b1 b2 b3 I1 k d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e b3 I2 e b1 b2 b1 b2 b3 k d1 d2 Chain No.72 8.56 25.43 13.0 54.5 14.62 25.46 31.05 25.9 116.40 5.7 15.7.43 8.11.47 1.9 52.4 6.1 4.36 10.7.87 16.28 15.1 43.0 101.12 Connecting links .07 15.19 14.1 36.07 15.0 26.43 13.20 8.60 29.10 2.36 8. l max.0 79.00 4.20 38.12 4.28 10.28 10.30 13.50 0.35 8.62 5.12 4.0 26.75 9.2 11.35 8.0 19.53 11.0 0.0 36.1 4.6 27.67 0.41 15.0 211. Projection over connecting link k max.11.6 5.16 12.54 0.31 8. e mm mm mm mm mm 5.51 10.66 11.7.5 24.5 24.0 105.30 13.8 31.95 5.0 63.11.21 2.7.20 6.0 180.12 4.81 1.3 3.53 11.28 0.40 6.0 72.86 1.88 19.02 19.12 4.12 4.7.1 9.6 13. 32 Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height p b1 min.7.7.15 4.525 12.50 2.6 22.9 56.62 25.66 11.60 29.11 4.

208 (B) Nr.65 11.88 19.1 21.1 43.62 25.68 17..MARATHON .20 mm 8. 4 (B) Nr.40 29.7 16.0 28.0 22.96 kN 18. d2 max. 111 (S) Nr. Connecting links: According to DIN (.1 4.0 60.72 8. 713 with spring clip (E) Single cranked link 33 .02 19.55 0.30 13.40 15. l1 max.55 Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height b1 min.4 29.60 29.0 kg/m 0.89 2.4 6. d1 max.80 1. 12 (L) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Connecting link with cottered pin for chain No.07 15.10 2. 7 (A) Nr.28 10.67 0.7 36.75 9.MAINTENANCE-FREE Double pitch roller chains p p g b1 b2 b3 I1 k d1 Chain Pitch p No. b2 max.48 0. mm 7.56 mm 11.8 63.50 0. Projection over connecting link k max.75 38.08 5.16 12.. f FB min.1 mm 17.43 13. q ≈ mm 11.2 cm2 0.0 95.74 2.51 10.1 50.28 15.0 mm 3.00 mm 11. mm 25.) Nr.05 mm 4.4 31.8 14.6 5.6 22.45 5. b3 min.0 19.19 Weight tensile strength Sprockets for double pitch roller chains can be used for these chains.75 25.9 4.5 inch 1 1¼ 1½ 2 2½ d2 Connecting side Width over pin Bearing area Minimum g max. 208 B MA 210 B MA 212 B MA 216 B MA 220 B MA Ind.

MAINTENANCE-FREE Accumulator chains Design E Double pitch chain p Design L p p p d b3 b4 e I b2 b1 b3 b4 e I b2 b1 b5 d1 Chain Pitch p No.5 11.28 5.0 97.72 8.00 15.0 61.0 32.07 15.45 15.50 44.0 32.02 15.62 25.28 5.07 15. b2 max. e g max. l max.0 68.4 38.76 38.80 25.1 21.72 8. l max.45 15.62 25.45 15. Support roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height Width over pin Support roller width Width over pin Type l Support roller width d1 d2 max.45 15.0 - Sprockets are available for all accumulator chains! Connecting links with securing circlips.68 17.50 44.72 8.05 25.0 32. Temperature range: .88 12. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm E E L L D D T T 11.28 5.0 48.0 16.0 65.72 8.30 to 100°C for steel conveyor rollers .5 - 43.81 15.0 12.88 12.4 19.5 12.88 12.0 16.81 20.7 99.MARATHON .5 12.50 52.81 15.28 31.0 16.62 25. Our connecting links always have the same length I as the ordinary pins.68 17.05 25.0 - 9.1 21.0 32.88 5.4 d d2 .50 31.62 25. mm mm mm 11.1 21.1 50.81 15.00 15.10 to 60°C for plastic conveyor rollers For information on AFS clips for optimal equipment and finger protection see page 59. b5 max. b5 max.0 20.8 19.02 11.9 b3 min.68 17.1 21.92 63.80 25.02 11.5 11.00 76.02 11.05 25.68 17.80 25.0 20. b4 max.80 25. 34 d1 Inner width mm 19.0 48. Width between over outer plates d2 Inner link width Design b1 min.5 12.76 16.0 20. 513 SF MA 548 SF MA 722 SF MA 728 SF MA D 513 SF MA D 548 SF MA T 513 SF MA T 548 SF MA Ind.0 65.

The installation of guide plates is recommended as of 15 m. 35 . Maximum load per m conveyor chain with 10 m conveyor length Steel PA 6.0 26.0 - 7.0 28.30 m.6 Vestamide d Steel Plastic mm mm mm kN kg kg SF SF SF SF SF SF SF SF SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV 24.0 - 29.0 26.0 60.0 40.5 24.MARATHON .0 38.0 - 28.0 28.5 24.0 57.0 38.5 26.5 - d2 Conveyor rollers Designation for material Minimum tensile strength Diameter Type l d Type ll d FB min.5 24. 20 m conveyor distance = half load. b5 max.0 300 600 300 600 600 1200 600 1200 260 500 260 500 520 1000 260 500 The load per m applies for 10 m conveyor length per double chain strand.0 38.8 120.0 38.g. 5 m conveyor distance = double load.0 60.0 29.0 50. mm.MAINTENANCE-FREE Accumulator chains Design D Design T p p d d p b1 b2 e b2 b1 e l l b3 b4 b5 d2 d1 d1 Width over pin Type ll Support roller width l max.0 28.0 60. The load may be proportionally increased for shorter chain lengths and must be proportionally decreased for longer conveyor distances: e.0 26. mm 40. Maximum conveyor distances 25 .0 120.

MARATHON STAINLESS STEEL .MAINTENANCE-FREE Stainless steel and maintenance-free chains High performance polymer bearing TRIGLEIT High performance polymer bearing TRIGLEIT Z Stainless steel pin Polymer bearing (TRIGLEIT / TRIGLEIT Z) Stainless steel bushing Stainless steel roller Stainless steel plates High performance polymer bearings allow operation of stainless steel chains without relubrication! • durable and low-friction polymer bearing • all other chain components made of stainless steel grades • maximum chain speed v = 2. unlubricated • Packing industry • Chemical industry Stainless steel. straight attachments. initially lubricated only • Pharmaceutical industry • Textile industry • Food industry MARATHON RF • Sanitation industry • Electrical industry Operating hours Results of long-term wear tests 36 . standard stainless steel sprockets can be used • no relubrication required • relubrication with mineral oils possible (no ester oils) • can also be supplied with extended pins.5 m/s • working temperature -30°C to +60°C (TRIGLEIT) • working temperature -100°C to +200°C (TRIGLEIT Z / TRIGLEIT FDA) • chain dimensions according to DIN 8187. bent attachments and in special designs • information on chemical resistance on request Wear elongation • durable water resistance (TRIGLEIT Z / TRIGLEIT FDA) Application areas: Stainless steel.

7 16.7.75 9.12 4. 0.875 19.7.45 5.15 4.65 11. Sprockets on request.02 11.16 12.11.16 12.1 4.21 1.4 3.1 31.41 15.7.45 5.1 4.82 2. 11 (E) Nr.11.7.50 108.46 31.75 25.05 25.0 3. Nr.15 4.05 25.51 10. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 37 .28 4.7 16.68 17.15 4.7.9 connecting link Width over pin Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength Inner link width Inner width p d1 Connecting links FB min.60 11.12 4.15 4. k max.7.88 8.02 7.75 9.50 18.6 5.01 2. 7 (A) Nr.36 1.111.65 31. b2 max.51 2.65 11.7 99.92 16.30 13.50 4.15 4.07 15.11.0 19.1 4. q ≈ cm2 kN kg/m Nr.51 10.11.41 15.00 49.1 21..38 5.4 12.) and as type series GL with g = 24 mm (max.88 4. d1 max.1 21.01 1.40 11.30 13.91 1.45 5.92 16.68 6.4 12.28 15.6 22.89 2.12 7.7.43 13.0 36.4 17.28 13.8 14.31 12.0 11.40 11. 4 (B) Nr.72 8.08 5.00 32.7 15.00 14.7 16.28 15..40 11.41 15.16 12.18 2.11.9 4.11.59 19.62 25.).00 0.7.9 52.2 68. Connecting links: According to DIN (. Chains 548 available as type series GLS with plate height g = 21 mm (max.02 2.12.40 24. b3 min. straight plates (type series GL) and as double pitch roller chains (dimensions according to DIN 8181).7 15.67 0.875 19.0 11.75 25. 08 B-1 10 B-1 12 B-1 16 B-1 08 B-2 10 B-2 12 B-2 16 B-2 08 B-3 10 B-3 12 B-3 16 B-3 k Connecting side d2 mm 12.07 15. d2 max.7.9 4.7.30 13.15 4.68 17. 462 501 513 548 D 462 D 501 D 513 D 548 T 462 T 501 T 513 T 548 RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA RF MA Ind.8 14.8 14.43 13.11.12.45 68.60 11. 12 (L) Nr.70 3.68 17.6 5.4 3.MARATHON STAINLESS STEEL .7 15.28 15.111.62 25.12.88 8.05 25.46 31.62 25. l max.02 7.00 20.10 2.111.1 21.7.12.08 5.7.72 8.79 4.12.0 44.12.50 0.60 8.15 4.07 15.65 11.88 11.6 5. e g max.15 4.12.12.4 inch ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 Pin Ø Transverse pitch d2 ProjecPlate height tion over Outer plate width Roller Ø b1 min.2 42. 111 (S) Nr.10 1.72 8.34 1.50 40.08 5. f mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 7.8 61.70 0.88 13.50 1.75 9.50 39.11.28 4.875 19.59 19.9 4.7 36.51 10.MAINTENANCE-FREE Stainless steel and maintenance-free chains Simplex chains (Type GL) Simplex chains p p p p g g b3 b1 b2 I1 b1 b2 b3 k d1 d2 I1 k Connecting side d1 d2 Connecting side Triplex chains Duplex chains e I3 e b3 I2 e b1 b2 b1 b2 b3 k d1 Chain Pitch DIN Nr.) Nr.11.12.75 25.43 13.12 Can also be supplied with attachments.15 4.

0 12.3 3.60 5.11.4 8.51 10.41 15. 111 (S) No.15 4.7.1 4.70 0.15 4.15 4.07 15.53 8.66 4.525 12.11 4.1 4.11 7 11 2.525 9.9 4.11 2.15 4.96 5.0 12.5 18.00 7.5 13.51 10.10 4.type series GL (straight plates) can also be supplied as multiplex roller chains.67 0. 12 (L) No.0 9.4 9.90 5.15 4.45 5.33 0.6 3.77 5.80 7.7.111. b3 min.875 19.7.1 36.11 8.85 8.875 19.3 3.72 7. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link .43 13.12 4.15 4.30 13.7.12.05 25.4 3.72 8.11.6 22.28 0.7 15.28 15.95 11.11.2 11.07 15.15 4.28 3.35 8.28 0.10 0.91 6.9 13.9 4.12 4.12 link No.7.5 1.08 5.7 19.28 0. b2 max.28 8.0 3.44 1. 4 (B) No.47 11.58 0.11 0.10 2.2 17.15 4.7.33 11.0 40.9 4.02 17.7.45 5.41 0.0 14.58 3.7.21 0. For sprockets RF (stainless steel) see page 83.2 11.15 4.16 12.7.0 1.88 7. 12 only with attached riveted bolts 11 Roller chains RF (stainless steel) . d2 max.43 13. 7 (A) No.16 12.7 16.66 8.66 11.11.0 7.2 17.12.78 1.0 19.11.40 25.15 4.2 15.7.35 6. maintenance-free chain 10 connecting Connecting links No.5 18.02 4.68 17.111.50 0.61 1.89 2.) 38 No.7 36.89 2.0 6.40 7.41 0. 11 (E) No.65 11.12.29 3.1 13.05 0.00 3.0 10.7.50 0.18 2.9 11.08 5. Ind.20 11..93 7.30 4.12 4.72 8.8 26.12.0 18.28 17.75 9.90 10.75 7..88 15.11.12.41 15.1 0.28 15.75 9. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 450 RF 331 RF 332 RF 462 RF 501 RF 513 RF 548 RF 35 RF 40 RF 60 RF 455 RFGL 455 RFKIGL 462 RFGL 501 RFGL 513 RFGL 548 RFGL 548 RFGLS 10.0 12.0 14.7.5 3.15 17.1 12.12.03 1.7 12.68 7.88 2.11.27 0. Pitch d2 Weight tensile strength No.5 20. q ≈ Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height p b1 min. Connecting links: According to DIN (.11. For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.6 22.5 40.2 8.8 14.7.7 12.11 10.40 4.62 25.7.7.28 7.35 0.29 2.0 0.15 4.3 3.05 25.02 4.7 36.72 5.7.7.5 40.08 7.7 15.7.4 3. Projection over connecting link k max.18 0.28 4.0 19.11.4 5.0 7.30 13.50 0.12.94 3.11.0 8.28 0.11.65 11.68 17.9 9.91 1.12.62 25.11 10.75 25.525 12.5 17. l1 max.52 11.11 11 10.1 1.85 12.4 25.0 7.11.5 24.70 8.05 9.6 5.88 5.111. d1 max.6 10.75 25.5 14.57 5. f FB min.10 2 11 11 without rollers (DIN 8154) sprockets on request 7 inner links made entirely of plastic. 4.75 8.66 3.67 0.28 3.11 4.6 5.0 21.60 7.60 25.53 11.12.1 9.31 3.SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS (STAINLESS STEEL) Main dimensions according to DIN 8187/8188 p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 Chain 2 Connecting side Width over pin Bearing area Minimum g max.1 21.

08 7.57 4.72 7.66 11.12.13 14.01 1.62 25.11.28 17.38 22.) No.75 9.28 3.8 Weight Connecting links FB min.36 0.85 5.34 1.0 18.21 0.12.65 11.00 5.02 4.08 5.0 9.82 2.7.78 1.3 3.90 8. d2 max.77 8.96 5.3 23.75 25.59 19. Projection over connecting link k max.10 6.36 1.6 5.24 13. 11 (E) No.0 23.35 8.90 20.46 31.12 11.51 10.64 10.05 25.7 19. e mm mm mm mm mm mm 8.7. 4 (B) No. Connecting links: According to DIN (.43 13.72 8. 12 (L) No.05 3. l2 max.11.78 7.95 11.875 19.60 7.88 5.1 21.15 4.15 11.15 4.7.58 3.00 12.92 16.70 1.07 15.6 14.40 24.56 1.1 8..20 3.47 11.. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 39 .1 4. 1 Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height p b1 min.68 7.7 15.15 17.65 31.30 13.28 4.53 0. b3 min.12.00 11.9 4.14 4.8 14.15 4. 111 (S) No.68 17.79 4.2 68.45 5.15 4. D450 RF D455 RF D462 RF D501 RF D513 RF D548 RF 35-2 RF 40-2 RF 60-2 RF 1 Ind.11.4 32.111.00 6.00 0.0 9.85 12.4 3.52 11.11.88 10.0 12.525 12.0 36.45 68.31 3.94 d2 Connecting side Bearing Minimum tensile area strength Width over pin g max. 7 (A) No.2 11.00 17.70 4.7.12.15 4.DUPLEX ROLLER CHAINS (STAINLESS STEEL) Main dimensions according to DIN 8187/8188 p p g e b3 I2 b1 b2 k d1 Chain No.4 9.16 12.53 11.22 0. q ≈ cm2 kN kg/m No.7.38 5. Sprockets on request.88 2.9 4.0 3.41 15. b2 max.7.8 31.10 0.28 15.40 7.11.525 12.2 42.15 4.7. 0.12 with straight side plates For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.85 34.11.3 49. f mm mm mm mm 5.12.7 16.3 3.1 3. d1 max.91 2.

15 11.1 21. 4 (B) No.9 mm 9.15 11. d1 max.3 3. q ≈ cm2 kN kg/m No.2 11.0 3.15 11. b3 min.72 7.41 15.7 99. 7 (A) No. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.02 8.70 3.12.4 inch 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 Connecting side Bearing Minimum Weight tensile area strength f Connecting links FB min.62 25. T 455 RF T 462 RF T 501 RF T 513 RF T 548 RF 1 d2 Plate Projec.7 16.75 25.68 17.12 7.28 10.88 8.9 4..31 18.81 1.8 14.50 11. max.1 4.92 16. Ind.9 32.68 6. max.6 5.65 11. e mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 5.0 44.TRIPLEX ROLLER CHAINS (STAINLESS STEEL) Main dimensions according to DIN 8187 p p g e I3 e b1 b2 b3 k d1 Chain 1 No.12. 12 (L) No. Connecting links: According to DIN (.28 4.53 11.46 31..4 34. d2 max. b2 max. 11 (E) No.8 61.05 25.35 8.07 15.40 8.75 9.875 19.02 2.88 3.72 8.18 2.66 11.24 13. 0.16 12.12 with straight side plates For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.Width height tion over over connecpin ting link g k l3 max.60 6. Sprockets on request.45 5.111.30 13. 111 (S) No.43 13.9 52. Pitch Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch p b1 min.5 108.12.525 12.15 11.0 49.12.) 40 No.59 19.7 15.5 39.01 2.51 2.28 15.08 5.0 1.51 10. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link .

15 4.12.70 12.0 30.88 19.111.) No. b2 max.51 1.67 1.0 26. 111 (S) No. 455 TL 18 460 515 517 540 546 b 547 577 6144 1 Ind.41 0.07 27.55 0.83 17.60 20.15 4.9 4.4 25. d1 max.90 8.4 6.11.00 19.40 9.45 5.9 40.93 19.1 20.74 2. b3 min.39 1.2 35.7.0 41.0 26. 7 (A) No.3 3.4 35. 15 (C) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link Double cranked link 41 .20 20. Connecting links: According to DIN (.12.70 14.11.00 7.00 21.28 0.7 19.11. 3.1 5.7.5 21.12 4.70 19.90 2.50 11.111 Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height b1 min.59 4.50 2.12 4.20 21.2 11.111 4.05 15.11.7.7 12.70 8.0 58..30 8..05 9. mm 1 9.05 1.0 35.0 56. 11 (E) No.32 1.SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS (WORKS-STANDARD) / AGRICULTURAL ROLLER CHAINS according to DIN 8189 p p g b3 b1 b2 I1 k d1 Chain No.74 2.4 15.0 0.72 6.5 14.90 p 1 1 1 - Connecting side Projection over connecting link k max.0 11.07 12.525 12.5 18.0 17.4 25.00 26.27 27.70 12.5 Width over pin Bearing area Minimum g max.12 4.9 27.39 0.0 63.68 12.70 19.11.7.1 0.10 7.13 18.12 4.3 1.43 8.7.5 22.2 18.72 4.7.00 20.75 8.50 8.00 15.35 7.2 30.6 5.05 25.19 9.48 1.7. 4 (B) No.7.7. l1 max.11.07 12.20 27.28 10.4 5.0 38.12.28 6. Inner width Pitch d2 Weight tensile strength Connecting links with straight side plates For new installations we recommend to use only standardised roller chains according to DIN 8187 or 8188! We reserve the right to cease production of this type series without prior notice! For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.11.7.18 4.70 17.05 19.15 4.12 4. f FB min.6 24.21 13.88 5.0 40.0 85.0 13. q ≈ mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No. Sprockets on request.66 9. d2 max.4 5.62 1.12 1. 12 (L) No.0 28.28 4.14 2. inch mm mm mm mm 3⁄8 ½ ½ ¾ ¾ 5.53 9.51 12.11.58 2.5 3.8 16.6 3.

89 2.75 38..1 For details on orders and enquiries see page 128. d2 max.75 25.4 6.19 11.88 19.8 1 1¼ 1½ 2 7.67 0.9 4.20 8.1 43. Minimum Weight tensile strength DIN FB min. 713 717 722 728 734 Ind.43 13.0 3.65 11.60 29.5 18. 12 (L) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Connecting link with cottered pin for chain No.7 36. Double pitch roller chains (stainless steel) 713 RF 717 RF 722 RF 728 RF 208 B 210 B 212 B 216 B 25.0 0.55 0.08 5.07 15.40 11.48 0.74 Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request.0 0.75 1.02 11.1 17.4 29.0 60.72 8.30 13.51 10.1 4.62 25.28 15.75 9.55 0..0 19.1 50.68 17.1 4.2 0.5 3.0 19.16 12.0 22.7 36.1 21.1 50.16 12.28 15.6 22.80 1.41 15.40 29.8 14.50 0.57 0. l1 max. Connecting links: According to DIN (.05 4. 111 (S) Nr.) 42 No.60 8.6 5. q ≈ No.50 0.68 17.62 25.08 5. d1 max.45 5.89 2. f Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Pin Ø Plate height b1 min. 208 (B) No.51 10.8 14.28 10.10 2.45 5. 7 (A) No. mm inch mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 208 B 210 B 212 B 216 B 220 B 25.7 16.00 11.46 0.9 4.75 9.67 0. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.02 19.96 18.0 95.0 28.DOUBLE PITCH ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8181 corresponding to ISO 1275 p p g I1 b1 b2 b3 k d2 d1 Chain Pitch DIN No.56 11.74 2. Projection over connecting link k max.10 12. Sprockets on request.88 4.4 31.6 5.8 63.1 21.75 38.28 11.30 13.0 14. b2 max. b3 min.07 15.5 1 1¼ 1½ 2 2½ 7.5 40. p Connecting side Width over pin Bearing area g max.6 22.75 25. 4 (B) No.72 8. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.4 31.4 17.7 16.41 15.65 11. 713 with spring clip (E) Single cranked link .43 13.

00 mm 7.0 17. Information on the selection of chain sizes and drives as of page 115.15 Weight tensile strength Electrogalvanised or nickel-plated chains on request. Hollow pin chains are to be connected by means of outer links (pin links). 01105 01462 01463 01500 01501 01513 01589 01598 01650 01650RF Ind.28 0.50 6.30 7.34 0.5 34.20 15.0 kg/m 0.0 14.2 11.16 12.00 26.65 0.4 8.2 mm 10.70 15.HOLLOW PIN CHAINS Type 1 p p g b1 d1 I1 d Type 2 p p g b1 d1 I1 d Type 3 p p g b1 I1 d1 Chain Pitch Inner width p No.0 32.3 4.0 4.20 1.51 10. For the chains No.7 16.0 10.7 15. In this case chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.28 0.0 40. 1.50 9.10 2.2 17. 1 with straight side plates 3 also supplied with small rollers 32 mm Ø (Type 3) and acid resistant steel W.1 50.2 14.5.6 27.0 15.0 26.875 15.0 50.6 mm 12.0 45.0 10. 01597 and No. 1.07 2.0 22.5 35. q ≈ cm2 0. Sprockets on request.0 mm 10.75 8.2 4.8 inch ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ 1½ 2 2 Hollow pin d Plate height Roller (Bushing) Ø Bore Ø Width b1 min.5 12.74 0.0 Type 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 3 Bearing area Minimum f FB min.94 1.0 27.8 14.7 12.0 26.4301 4 also with plastic rollers 5 support rollers 6 made of stainless For details on orders and enquiries see page 128.0 20.0 19.1 l1 g max.8 50. mm 3.50 11.30 2.0 15.7 14.0 5. 43 .28 4.16 10.00 11.0 5.51 8. d +0.5 4.05 38.1 28.00 30.0 5. d1 max.83 1.2 8.15 2.00 11.75 9.68 0.0 50.875 19.0 25. 01598 straight connecting links with Seeger circlip ring can be supplied.14 0.-No.00 mm 4.68 0.00 30.20 0.7 12.0 100.94 kN 10.62 4.07 18.

7 15. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.9 19.7 12.0 14.0 3.99 7.50 45.40 30.80 45.00 2.9 9.00 6.80 11.85 22.0 7.9 33.0 78.0 9.88 7.0 18.1 21.0 11.9 11. b2 max.1 8.5 5.0 9.0 29.75 9.05 25.1 16.0 6.8 14.8 12.5 15.94 29.00 6.99 30.20 11.28 13. 44 H d1 .95 0.0 76.2 6.1 also with single hole bent attachments on inner link 16 Attachment dimensions on inner link s = 4 17 can also be supplied with m = 16 All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).20 38.00 5.05 25.16 11.53 5.80 7.5 3.0 11.50 11.1 25.4 with straight side plates 3⁄8 ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 15 b1 b2 b3 p Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.2 5.75 5.16 15 15 15 15 mm inch - 8.93 7. 1.16 12.66 5.5 12.1 15.8 49.2 9.21 7.0 64.80 17.85 9.7 16.4 37.6 9.15 13.0 32.6 9.9 28.62 25.57 15.5 25.0 18.95 10.0 18.0 10.4 31.2 3.75 7.28 15.4 44.50 1.40 3.0 7.56 25.9 23. one side T m s DL g p Basic chain Pitch p No.0 41.33 11.7 15.2 37.00 3. m DL I F H s mm 8. 450 455 331 332 462 501 513 548 563 596 613 652 40 50 60 80 1 Ind.4 33.0 38. both sides T m DL I F s H g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type C bent over chain attachments.7 13.30 4.7 12.5 9.41 15.35 7.0 9.70 22.88 7.0 13.75 4.0 25.90 46.3 11.875 19.0 10.00 37.40 12.25 0.90 8.0 35.6 28.80 3.ROLLER CHAINS WITH SINGLE HOLE BENT ATTACHMENTS Main dimensions according to DIN 8187.00 6.5 4. g max.9 19.0 18.5 3.0 35.9 mm 0.0 12.95 1.8 19. one side T m DL I s H g p F d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type B bent attachments. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.3 mm 5.43 13.0 42.75 38.5 7.7 mm 6.75 25.30 13.1 54.70 5. b3 min.9 15.77 8.68 17.40 29. d1 max.4 mm 12.50 4.5 15.91 15.0 10.51 10.5 10.0 24.1 44.15 17 17 15 15 15 15.20 mm mm mm mm mm 3.70 1.75 8.7 15.07 15.0 15.0 54.525 12.5 5.50 2.0 27.00 1.93 17.0 50.0 45.20 46.0 10.88 19. DIN 8188 and works-standard Type A bent attachments.02 19.80 1.65 11.3 17.05 25.45 50.1 mm 3.9 10.5 6.0 8.72 3.0 14.875 19.0 26.40 27.7 18.2 12.60 29.7 15.5 12.

0 5.0 24.92 mm 10.95 0.51 10.80 17.28 15.85 9.75 25.50 11.4 inch - 3⁄8 ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 d1 DZ b1 b2 b3 p Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.75 38.9 9.16 11. g max.30 4.93 17.94 7.0 5.0 15.00 5.5 25.2 3.30 26.07 15.40 12. both sides m s T DL g p I IF HF d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type F extended pins (available on alternate sides) FZ T LZ g p Basic chain Pitch p No.20 38. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.90 46.1 25.90 8.53 5.88 7.21 7.5 14.0 35.88 7.6 9.40 27.43 13.50 45.0 6.0 3. 45 .35 7.0 6.68 17.5 12.88 19.50 4.20 46.08 5.5 53.80 17.0 22.00 6.8 14.5 29.70 29.4 37. b2 max.65 23.2 6.0 40.94 29.0 16.00 6.1 44.80 3.0 45.5 12.60 29.41 15.62 25.0 11.28 13.80 1.0 11.7 16.00 2.75 5.0 20.3 24.0 15.75 7.0 52.1 21.0 26.18 17 17 18 18 18 16.5 5.5 15.50 27.00 60.7 15.0 11.2 21.0 10.0 15.0 20.57 15.20 35.99 30.70 1. one side m T s DL g p I IF HF d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type E straight attachments.00 75.0 5.7 19.33 11.50 mm 0.02 19.00 6.20 11.0 9.75 4.70 5.50 77.0 38.8 45.0 9.5 41.05 25.66 5. 450 455 331 332 462 501 513 548 563 596 613 652 40 50 60 80 1 Ind.85 22.0 50. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.0 30.45 50.0 30.0 42.5 11.0 20.5 6.0 19.4 33.80 7.7 22.15 13. d1 max.5 7.3 20.25 0.0 20.0 15.3 19.1 69.6 mm 13.1 8.6 30.0 18.5 5.0 12.525 12. DIN 8188 and works-standard Type D straight attachments.1 mm 13.95 10.50 1.05 25.00 17.00 37.20 mm 4.9 19.5 10.0 14.7 12.7 15.7 12. 1.0 15.30 13.7 15.50 46.0 69.9 14.7 28. m DL IF HF s DZ 19 h9 L Z 19 FZ 19 mm mm mm mm mm 3.80 11.5 11.65 11.0 10.40 3.4 59.9 18.5 3.72 3. b3 min.2 9.7 with straight side plates 16 on inner link s = 4 19 other dimensions available on request 17 Attachment dimensions can also be supplied with m = 16 18 also with straight attachments on inner link All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).2 18.05 25.0 8.99 7.65 20.77 8.875 19.2 5.0 35.00 41.91 15.4 31.8 33.0 15.00 3.18 18 18 18 18 mm 8.9 48.00 13.40 30.5 3.0 18.93 7.4 28.7 mm 7.40 29.50 2.75 8.8 12.7 17.75 9.0 14.5 9.5 4.9 11.875 19.1 mm 3.5 15.95 1.0 40.2 12.16 12.0 5.56 25.0 5.1 mm 8.0 10.70 22.80 45.ROLLER CHAINS WITH SINGLE HOLE STRAIGHT ATTACHMENTS AND EXTENDED PINS Main dimensions according to DIN 8187.00 1.65 17.

525 12.7 462 RF 12. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.75 9.0 41.72 8.6 20.56 25.7 17.75 12.7 5⁄8 33.51 11.0 18.6 19.0 64.3 26.80 3.2 14.05 11.2 9.66 6.7 17.25 1.5 15.5 6.00 3.6 9.20 38.0 mm 9.0 9.9 501 RF 15.60 29.5 1.72 7.0 11.70 1.7 10.70 1.2 18.80 3.40 8. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! Sprockets made of stainless steel or plastic are available on request.1 513 RF 19.53 11.68 17.0 46.53 8.43 8. For details on orders and enquiries see page 129. mm 1.4 d1 b1 b2 b3 p Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.41 15.9 33.7 10.9 13.68 15.50 1.0 42.6 12.00 37.1 548 RF 25.0 41.ROLLER CHAINS WITH TWO-HOLE BENT AND STRAIGHT ATTACHMENTS Main dimensions according to DIN 8187 Type A2 bent attachments.6 46.0 10.7 18.62 25.2 3⁄8 23.2 19.35 8.07 15.5 46.0 mm 5.1 ¾ 1 IF HF Inner width Pitch p 455 462 501 513 548 563 596 I 1 with straight side plates 17.16 12.4 31. m DL G I F H IF HF s inch mm mm mm mm mm 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 5.07 16.20 6.8 13.40 8.4 31.8 38.0 49.43 13.30 13.1 25.40 25.6 28.05 25.6 20.8 71.28 13.5 5. Ind.7 28.00 9.7 7. b3 min.20 9.6 30.0 11.7 29.60 15.1 21.0 11.02 20 25.2 14.16 14.875 19.0 60.0 25.35 8. b2 max. d1 max.0 10.0 27.75 25.3 26.0 18.5 28.5 5.8 5.1 mm 3.7 15.90 8.0 9.00 1 1¼ 1½ Attachment dimensions Roller chains (stainless steel) with two-hole bent and straight attachments 18.7 15.51 10.5 455 RF 1.4 44.40 29.2 3.30 11.7 28.05 25.0 26.0 mm 9.0 25.2 19.5 33.75 11.1 16.0 mm 12.41 10.2 4.0 mm 13.2 23.2 11. both sides T m s G DL g p Basic chain No.4 33. one side T m s G DL g p IF HF d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type E2 straight attachments.0 41.4 mm 18.8 14. g max.2 4.5 41.8 13.0 29.7 16.1 mm 9.4 can be supplied with or without bore All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).60 1.2 28.1 16.5 12.0 18.65 13.02 19.5 10.5 55.5 12. 46 .8 ½ 28.0 mm 1.9 19. both sides T m I DL G s H g p F d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type D2 straight attachments.7 18.7 29.66 11. one side T m I DL G F s H g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type B2 bent attachments.6 6.88 21.2 18.0 29.75 38.875 9.0 27.62 15.88 19.28 15.525 5.20 9.65 11.75 5.25 1.

7 15.0 11.0 mm 10 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 30 mm 13.875 19.9 15.20 11. b3 min.5 3.0 41.0 5.5 29.6 9.9 11.0 5.2 19.0 mm 7.0 22.3 20.3 26.0 6.7 16.0 5.7 19.2 3.00 5.7 22.0 11.41 15.5 6.5 3.8 mm 5.51 10.00 mm 4.60 5.7 12.0 9. b2 max.65 11.95 1.0 29.5 25.75 9.2 9.60 1.1 16.05 25.35 7.72 3.0 41.50 0.28 15.0 13.7 12.0 11.5 7.16 12.ROLLER CHAINS (STAINLESS STEEL) AS ATTACHMENT CHAINS Main dimensions according to DIN 8187/ 8188 Type A bent attachments.2 18.7 28.9 12.43 13.0 27.25 0. both sides T m I DL s F H g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type D straight attachments.7 17.8 9.525 12.7 20.0 10.62 25.0 9.95 7.21 DZ d1 b1 b2 b3 p Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height p b1 min.7 17.8 19.85 4.5 12. d1 max.5 11.6 mm 13.7 29.30 7.00 6.88 7.0 mm 6.53 5.5 9.75 25. one side T m s DL IF HF g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type E straight attachments.0 mm 3.8 45.0 5.21 17 21 17 21 21 21 16.5 3.5 15.0 mm 8.0 7.5 28.95 1.5 7.88 7.40 4. 1.4 17. 47 .70 1.66 5.0 13.0 18.4 28.15 7.7 13.30 13.07 15.33 11.5 4.7 17.4 3.9 7.0 10.80 11.5 mm 0.5 10. one side DL I H g p s F T m d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type B bent attachments.1 8.77 8. For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.5 15.5 10.8 14. 450 RF 455 RF 331 RF 40 RF 332 RF 462 RF 501 RF 513 RF 548 RF 1 Ind.02 4. g max.1 17.5 5.75 8.28 7.0 8.7 12.80 1.5 11.93 11.0 6.1 21.0 10.5 9.7 18.90 8.5 14. m DL I F H IF HF s D Z 19 h9 LZ 19 FZ 19 mm mm mm mm mm mm 8.0 10.68 17.0 6. both sides T m s DL IF HF g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type F extended pins (available on alternate sides) FZ T LZ g p Basic chain No.9 Pitch Attachment dimensions 16 on inner link s = 4 17 can also be supplied with m = 16 with straight side plates also with single hole bent attachments on inner link 19 other dimensions available on request 21 Sprockets made of stainless steel or plastic are available on request.80 3.75 7.6 10. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.0 18.9 mm 12.

4 22 22 22 Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.0 27.62 25.65 11. mm 462 501 513 548 22 12.02 11.9 mm 19.07 15. one side F T M sG s I H d1 p Type B G m bent attachments.875 19.75 9.00 4.1 21. g max. both sides s m sG M IF HF d1 p Basic chain Pitch p 22 No.8 14. b3 min.51 10.50 1.80 3.40 11.28 15.0 18.00 mm 4.0 inch mm mm mm mm mm ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 7.1 16.8 mm 10 10 11 18 mm 1.70 1.7 15.30 13. one side M IF HF d1 p p Type E G b1 b2 b3 T straight attachments. b2 max. both sides b1 b2 b3 p T F M sG s I H d1 p Type C G p m bent over chain attachments.ROLLER CHAINS WITH SINGLE HOLE ATTACHMENTS AND INSIDE THREAD Main dimensions according to DIN 8187 Type A G m bent attachments. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies. Ind.16 12.5 15.5 25.50 7. 48 . d1 max.20 4.68 17.7 16.6 28.75 25.88 11.50 can also be supplied in stainless steel All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).7 18.0 41.05 25.60 8. m mm 12.0 29.41 15. one side T b1 b2 b3 M s sG H d1 p p b1 b2 b3 T Type D G m s sG straight attachments.0 1 b1 b2 b3 p Attachment dimensions Inside thread M M4 M5 M6 M8 I F H s sG mm 13.43 13. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.

one side G s M sG H d1 p p b1 b2 b3 T Type D 2 G m straight attachments.60 8. both sides m s G sG M IF HF d1 p p Basic chain 22 Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height p b1 min.88 11.50 can also be supplied in stainless steel All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).00 mm 4.9 mm 19.5 28.7 15.9 19.02 11. mm mm mm mm mm mm 462 501 513 548 22 12. b3 min.70 1.80 3.68 17.8 14. b2 max.5 mm 1.0 27.16 12. one side G s M sG H d1 p p b1 b2 b3 Type B 2 G F T bent attachments.40 11.0 29.5 33.30 13.6 46.7 29.8 mm 10 10 11 18 mm 14. both sides I m G s M sG H d1 p b1 b2 b3 p Type C 2 G T m bent over chain attachments. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.4 7.28 15.6 mm 20.00 4.7 16.62 25.4 mm 13. 49 .0 22 22 22 b1 b2 b3 Attachment dimensions Inside thread M M4 M5 M6 M8 G I F H IF HF s sG mm 12.0 41. m mm 23.20 4.2 28.50 1. one side s G sG M IF HF d1 p p Type E 2 G b1 b2 b3 T straight attachments. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies. Ind.0 41.5 Pitch No.3 26.07 15.ROLLER CHAINS WITH TWO-HOLE ATTACHMENTS AND INSIDE THREAD Main dimensions according to DIN 8187 F T Type A 2 G I m bent attachments.7 17.75 9.1 21.43 13.7 28.7 18.875 19.65 11.51 10. g max.1 16. d1 max.41 15.75 25.1 25.05 25.50 7.7 15.2 18.

b3 min.80 3.70 1.28 15.75 9.8 63.5 5.68 17.0 9.0 49.40 29.6 9.0 30.75 9.7 26.8 1 1¼ 1½ 2 7.0 10.1 16. b2 max.60 1.20 8.9 33.7 18.56 11. both sides m d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type C T bent over chain attachments.5 26.7 16.4 31.30 13.41 15.5 5.65 11.75 25.1 21.41 15.0 11.30 13.5 28.07 15.65 11.9 19.5 6.0 43.60 8.02 19.80 3.0 28. m DL I F H s mm 13.1 50.0 18.5 6. mm 25.5 Attachment dimensions Double pitch stainless steel roller chains with single hole bent attachments 713 RF 717 RF 722 RF 728 RF 25.0 mm 1.05 11.4 31.88 19.3 26.0 19.8 14.62 25.0 18.0 mm 4.40 11.0 18.DOUBLE PITCH ROLLER CHAINS WITH SINGLE HOLE BENT ATTACHMENTS Main dimensions according to DIN 8181 Type A F I T bent attachments. 50 .0 30. one side DL m g Basic chain Pitch p No.0 35. g max.1 mm 19.0 43.75 38.0 1. d1 max.0 10.62 25.0 19.68 17.7 26.16 12.75 25.00 3. 713 717 722 728 734 Ind.1 50.5 28.0 15.88 11.0 mm 13.75 38.7 16.60 29.60 1.6 mm 10.1 21.0 15.51 10.0 10.51 10.02 11. one side m H g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p Type B F I T bent attachments.70 1.0 13.16 12.1 16.75 4.43 13.0 All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free)! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.8 14.43 13.7 18.0 11.0 13.5 inch 1 1¼ 1½ 2 2½ s H d1 b1 b2 b3 p p s DL H g p s DL Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.00 11. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.00 mm mm mm mm mm 7.6 9.07 15.28 15.

0 10.75 mm 6.7 26.4 28.0 42.0 20. b3 min.00 can also be supplied in stainless steel Can also be supplied as Marathon roller chain (maintenance-free)! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.0 6.7 16.5 mm 20.7 26.1 50.0 15.5 29.75 25.8 14. g max.0 17.5 inch 1 1¼ 1½ 2 2½ DZ b1 b2 b3 p Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Roller Ø Plate height b1 min.5 6.43 13.1 21.0 mm 4.0 20. d1 max.75 38.4 28.07 15.02 11. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.60 1.8 45.3 26.5 6.0 14.3 26.6 9.0 28.4 6.30 13.5 7.68 17.05 11.62 25.5 5.75 25.88 19.0 30.62 25.0 12.7 16. mm 25.8 63. m DL IF HF s D Z19 L Z19 FZ19 mm 13.00 11.0 30.5 45.51 10.07 15.80 3.00 3.60 8.60 29.1 21.0 42.41 15.0 13.43 13.0 20.51 10.0 mm 22.0 15.80 3.0 22.7 mm 1.0 19.75 38. 51 .DOUBLE PITCH ROLLER CHAINS WITH SINGLE HOLE STRAIGHT ATTACHMENTS AND EXTENDED PINS Main dimensions according to DIN 8181 T Type D s m straight attachments.41 15.0 30.28 15.16 12.0 10.40 11.28 15.5 7.0 19. one side DL g p d1 b1 b2 b3 p T Type E IF HF s m straight attachments.6 9.7 17.75 9.68 17.0 35.0 30.9 mm mm mm mm mm 7.70 1.0 6.40 29.02 19.30 13.56 11.70 1.65 11.5 1.6 29.75 9.8 45.0 30.4 31.60 1.6 29.5 29.8 14. 713 717 722 728 734 Ind.7 17.9 48.65 11.16 12.5 5.0 20.0 9.4 31.0 17.0 30.0 mm 15.0 4.0 20.8 1 1¼ 1½ 2 7.0 15.5 Attachment dimensions Double pitch roller chains (stainless steel) with single hole straight attachments and extended pins 713 RF 717 RF 722 RF 728 RF 19 25.88 11.0 mm 14. both sides DL d1 g p IF HF b1 b2 b3 p Type F extended pin (available on alternate sides) FZ LZ T d1 g p Basic chain Pitch p No.20 8.1 50. b2 max.

0 33.45 5.5 25.7 38.4 30 31.21 5.20 27.525 12.5 32.5 40.80 45.6 74.4 24.0 63.9 4.28 10.2 56.1 30.0 24.90 46.9 4.6 7.80 17.75 35 38.9 121.88 15.19 14.9 33.60 35. L1 max.8 61.8 71.4 26.2 31.3 38.1 11.28 4.90 17.6 41.7 33. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.9 52.9 6.9 37.08 5.4 5.96 5.62 25.02 19.1 94.6 63.05 25.00 6.5 67.5 98.7 114. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.0 36.5 78.92 9.0 41.90 8. Inner width Outer plate width l3 L1 d2 Basic chain k Pin extension .0 60.19 10.8 20.9 33.3 96.6 5.3 3.2 17.3 99.40 30.ROLLER CHAINS WITH EXTENDED PINS ON ONE SIDE/BOTH SIDES According to DIN 8187-3.4 50.63 15.1 3.5 182. can also be supplied in stainless steel Pin Ø L2 b1 min.15 15.2 11 Duplex pin Plate height Width over pin Dimensions for extended pin g max. L2 max.47 11.0 15.75 9.95 10.0 6.0 14. Overall length 12 Triplex pin All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).72 7.7 122.60 5.05 19.7 48.8 40.7 36.99 30.80 7.2 21.1 44.31 3.05 25.35 11.4 24.3 99.41 15. d2 max.00 5.7 15.525 12.52 11. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 3.28 13.94 29.16 12.70 22.6 76.93 17.1 38.9 180.3 18.23 2.6 38.7 44.28 8.4 65.3 3.91 15. 1.875 19.40 27.45 50.8 14.3 61.53 11.07 15.35 8.70 27.68 17.43 13.85 9.40 25.10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 mm 8 9.2 11.3 38.22 4.2 9.1 6.59 3.7 16.08 7.28 15.0 19.94 7.5 29.2 48.3 78.3 122.2 21.60 25.1 8.0 18.66 11.7 36.5 47.1 4.8 50.40 29.75 25.3 11. DIN 8188-3 and works-standard p p g d2 L3 b3 l3 L3 l2 Pitch p No.6 22.1 with straight side plates inch - 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 10 d2 d2 b3 min.0 26.7 22.5 17.85 22.53 11.2 48.0 42. 52 d1 b2 max.3 62.40 35.5 65.6 29.6 7. L3 max.00 27.50 7.6 5. l1 max.5 62.4 33.9 3.4 6.30 13.1 21.1 6.7 149.4 75.57 15.1 92.1 36.2 8.65 11.3 18 20.68 7.1 19.02 17.20 38.1 4.1 30.05 25.75 38.5 45.50 45.90 25. 450 455 462 501 513 548 552 563 577 596 613 652 35 40 50 60 80 100 120 1 Ind.0 112.0 21. d1 max.2 141.88 19. l2 11 max.0 30.8 50.2 12.6 13.05 22.8 9.56 19.4 7.0 33.35 19.7 15.30 4.15 13.3 23.0 60.1 15.7 41.4 37.875 19.00 37.8 11.75 18.3 53.5 62.4 31.6 13. Inner link width Roller Ø b1 b2 I1 Projection over connecting link k max. l3 12 max.0 119.08 5.1 6.5 34.5 38.10 3.3 14.72 8.51 10.6 21.60 25.8 19.6 33.2 31.60 29.77 8.8 67.4 6.99 4.50 27.0 101.81 3.88 19.16 11.2 41.0 15.1 12.20 46.40 12.0 78.3 114.

2 42.65 9.07 15.68 11.51 10.24 10.875 15.62 13.45 5.02 6.7 99. Transverse pitch Attachment width e e’ M1 max.35 8.45 4. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies.4 3⁄8 3⁄8 ½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ 5.08 5. 455 D 455 462 D 462 501 D 501 513 D 513 548 D 548 10 Ind.3 13.02 17.30 1 1 d2 8. l3 max.72 8.1 4.4 5.28 8.51 8.63 13.72 7.05 25.6 25. d1 max. 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 k Pitch Inner width Roller Ø Pin Ø p b1 min.08 5.88 7.4 Pin length l2 max.75 7.0 36.30 22.07 12.9 4. mm mm mm 3.62 11.4 25.24 10.8 31.4 25.2 68.28 4.6 30. 53 .68 17. Biathlon and Biathlon KS! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.525 9.92 13. M2 max.8 56.10 11.24 7.3 11.75 9.63 22.3 3.0 34.4 23.3 3.525 12. Projection over connecting link k max.875 19.88 31.72 5.28 3. mm mm 25.7 12.35 6.05 19.8 61.88 3.9 can also be supplied in stainless steel All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free).16 12.COMBINATION CONNECTING LINKS Simplex chain Simplex chain Simplex chain with duplex connecting link with triplex connecting link with duplex connecting link p d1 d1 p p b1 b1 e´ I3 M1 l2 M1 k b1 M1 2 I2 e d1 k d2 k d2 d2 Duplex chain Duplex chain with triplex connecting link with triplex connecting link p d1 p b1 d1 e´ e b1 I3 l3 b1 e e´ M1 2 M1 k d2 Chain No.6 5.46 19.72 5.1 4.10 10.9 52.88 15. d2 max.7 15.9 3.28 10.0 - 34.0 44.59 16.46 31.92 16.65 11.5 8.3 15.6 15.8 - mm inch mm mm mm mm mm 9.24 13.59 19.16 10.6 4.3 13.5 11.

0 11.0 50.0 45.0 46.75 9.0 45.0 40.0 22.0 40. B2 B1 H1 H2 H4 H3 b1 B3 B4 B5 n·p recommended duct width p d1 Chain Sprockets Number of teeth Pitch Inner width Roller Ø 462 / M 120 501 / M 132 501 / M 133 548 / M 132 10 Ind.7 15.0 65.0 60.0 35.0 14. 54 .0 can also be supplied in stainless steel All designs can also be supplied as Marathon roller chains (maintenance-free). d1 max.0 18.0 37.0 18.0 86.0 3.0 1.88 18.0 25.0 46.875 15.0 Hub Ø max.0 31.0 82.65 17. No.0 31.0 19.0 23.0 80. In the deflection phase it submerges under the transported material without damaging it.0 25. For untoleranced dimensions DIN ISO 2768 c applies. Biathlon and Biathlon KS as well as in stainless steel! For details on orders and enquiries see page 129.0 68.0 113.0 60.0 50.16 15.0 18.0 29.16 10.5 1. p n max. 10 10 10 10 20 32 24 24 Pusher dog dimensions Thrust p b1 min.65 9.51 10.4 7.0 22. B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 H1 H2 H3 H4 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 32 80 60 90 12.875 25. kN 5 8 6 6 0.0 40.PUSHER DOG During conveyance the WIPPERMANN pusher is at right angles to the chain.02 8.0 23.0 70.

6 2 DH-I Chain Weight Minimum tensile strength No.88 Ø 9. This specific DBGM protected construction characteristic (DBGM 295 05 477. Sprockets on request.8 Ø 9. • Apart from that we have succeeded in considerably reducing the distance between the plates compared to previous solutions. 55 .2 Outer plate 76.4 kN 55.6 Connection plate 27 82. • The top plates are coated and therefore have a high wear protection. • The WIPPERMANN special top plate conveyor chain is fully compatible with other systems. • The sickle-shaped conveyor plates allow unrestricted motion through narrow bends and curves. i.4 18. they are required by the beverage and food industry and by subcontractors to the automotive industry. the top plates were mounted with circlips.25 19. 2 DH-I kg/m 3.4 Inner plate 3 40. Top plate conveyor chains suitable for following curved paths are installed in particular for long conveyor distances and high loads.0 The main advantage compared to previous solutions is that the top plates are no component parts of the inner and outer links of the actual chain.e. • The WIPPERMANN special top plate conveyor chain with its especially narrow chain plate construction ensures a larger bearing area of the top plates on the guide profiles.SPECIAL TOP PLATE CONVEYOR CHAIN Ø 15.8) allows for the top plates to be replaced even with a tensioned chain. • Owing to the special construction of the WIPPERMANN special top plate conveyor chain an identical run of the top plate and the basic chain is guaranteed. The floating assembly of the top plate can compensate minor height differences of the slideways.15 15. Primarily. the chain does not have to be separated. Due to an additional short pin attached to the top plate the plate is twist-secured. The plates are attached in the hollow pin as a separate assembly part. • In order to facilitate assembly and disassembly.6 22.2 3 21 1.

1 21.ACCUMULATOR CHAINS Design E Double pitch roller chain Design L p p p p d b3 b4 e I b2 b1 b3 b4 e I b2 b1 b5 d1 Chain Pitch p No.4 38.88 12.35 12.4 E E L L T T 11.28 5.50 38.4 9.0 20.80 25.0 65.62 25.50 31.02 11.5 11. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm E E L L D D T T T 11. Our connecting links always have the same length I as the ordinary pins.1 21.0 34.525 19. b2 max.68 17.0 20.62 25. b4 max.0 65.02 11. b5 max.07 15.05 25.00 15.0 48.88 12.72 11.0 32.62 25.88 12.0 32. Temperature range: .80 25.0 97.5 11. e g max.00 15.72 8.28 5.0 61.1 21.0 48.62 25.05 25.76 16.76 16. mm mm mm 11.45 15.4 Width between over outer plates d1 b3 min.50 44. b5 max.5 - mm 19.2 16. Support roller Ø Pin Ø Transverse pitch Plate height Width over pin Support roller width Width over pin type I Support roller width d1 d2 max.1 21.68 17.92 63.81 15.68 17.62 25. l max.9 11.28 5.45 15.50 44.92 63.0 48.72 8.45 15.0 65.28 31.88 5.72 8.1 21.0 32.81 15. 27 d d2 d2 Inner width Inner link width Design b1 min.5 12.7 99.05 25.02 11.8 19.72 8.0 32.8 19.45 Different from the drawing: No inner links in the middle strand! Roller width: 8.72 8.1 50.0 - 9.28 5.5 mm.5 11.28 5.28 31.72 8.0 68.9 15.72 8.5 12.0 20.0 12.5 12.0 32.02 15.0 20.88 5.1 50.81 20.68 17.07 15.10 to 60°C for plastic conveyor rollers 56 .0 65.50 44.80 25.5 12.80 25.45 15.5 - 43.28 3.0 - 43.81 15.62 25.00 15.88 6.05 25.0 - 9.68 17.0 16.48 38.53 15.0 16.88 12.07 15.0 61.50 52.81 - 20. l max.0 32.0 16.02 15.00 15.0 8.80 25.50 31. 513 SF 548 SF 722 SF 728 SF D 513 SF D 548 SF T 455 SF T 513 SF T 548 SF Ind.5 12.1 21.0 48.02 5.4 38.62 25.7 99.81 15.68 17.0 16.0 - 12.02 11.05 25.76 20.0 - Accumulator chains (stainless steel) 513 SF RF 548 SF RF 722 SF RF 728 SF RF T 513 SF RF T 548 SF RF 27 19.30 to 100°C for steel conveyor rollers .50 44.1 21. Sprockets are available for all accumulator chains! Connecting links with securing circlips.00 76.80 25.45 15.68 17.45 8.

0 - 29.30 m.0 28.0 28.0 38.0 - 28.6 Vestamide d Steel Plastic mm mm mm kN kg kg SF SF SF SF SF SF SF SF SF SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFK SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV SFV 24.00 200 300 200 300 400 600 200 300 200 300 400 600 Accumulator chains (stainless steel) 40.0 28. Maximum conveyor distances 25 .0 50.0 38.0 26.80 120.5 26.0 - 7.0 26.5 24.00 60.5 - SF RF SF RF SF RF SF RF SF RF SF RF SFK RF SFK RF SFK RF SFK RF SFK RF SFK RF The load per m applies for 10 m conveyor distance per double chain strand.0 - 7.0 50.5 24.00 60.00 300 600 300 600 600 1200 100 600 1200 260 500 260 500 520 1000 100 260 500 SFV RF SFV RF SFV RF SFV RF SFV RF SFV RF 24.0 28.ACCUMULATOR CHAINS Design D Design T p p d d p b1 b2 e b2 b1 e l l b3 b4 b5 d2 d1 d1 Width over pin type ll Support roller roller l max. b5 max.0 26.00 57.00 31.0 26.0 15. 20 m conveyor distance = half load.50 40.00 29.50 40. 5 m conveyor distance = double load.0 28.45 68.00 18.5 24. The installation of guide plates is recommended as of 15 m (see page 58).5 24.0 38.80 60.00 120.0 38.0 38.5 26.5 - d2 Conveyor rollers Designation for material Minimum tensile strength Diameter type l d type ll d FB min. Maximum load per m conveyor chain with 10 m conveyor length Steel PA 6.0 38.5 9. The load may be proportionally increased for shorter chain strands and must be proportionally decreased for longer conveyor distances: e.00 16.0 40.0 - 18.2 24.g. 57 . mm. mm 40.0 26.0 40.0 - 28.0 38.

0 27.2 F F d0 F= d +2 2 dF No.0 15.6 10.1 p Design with guide plates AXIAL PROFILE OF SPROCKETS FOR ACCUMULATOR CHAINS B B2 Chain dF = d 0 .0 20.2 10.0 16.2 33.0 20.ACCUMULATOR CHAINS HF p The guide plate distance is an even multiple of the pitch.0 mm 8.0 mm 15.0 12.8 40.0 22.6 10.0 ± 0.40 12.5 33.0 22.0 27.3 20. T = 4 p p Chain HF p 548 SF 513 SF p HF No.0 66.0 20.0 22. roller diameters and pin lengths are available on request 58 B3 H No.8 10.8 20.0 15.0 20.1 ± 0.6 12.g.0 15. T 455 513 SF D 513 SF T 513 SF 548 SF D 548 SF T 548 SF 722 SF 728 SF B B2 F mm 5.0 . e. mm mm 513 SF 513 SFK D 513 SF 548 SF D 548 SF 722 SF 728 SF 20.0 15.8 42.6 18. mm mm 513 SF 548 SF 19.0 16.0 66. CHAIN GUIDE FOR ACCUMULATOR CHAINS Chain H B3 Different designs.05 25.0 Sprockets are available for all accumulator chains.0 16.8 33.0 48.8 12.0 28.0 16.0 15.8 33.

The chain link joint between the conveyor rollers constitutes a larger gap into which small parts might enter and then damage Depending on the respective application. Owing to its innovative hinge sysequipment and finger protection is considerably increased. The twopiece clip is mounted by simply snapping it onto the chain bushing of the inner link.maintenance-free Marathon chains as well as in duplex or triplex ration of conveyance and assembly systems and contributes designs.6. are still possible. e. with conveyor roller diameters of 24 mm and 26 mm. No tools are necessary since the pieces can easily be snapped directly onto the chain from the Thus the wear-resistant AFS clips ensure a trouble-free operation of conveyance and assembly systems and contribute considerably to operational safety according to effective machinery directives.AFS-CLIPS FOR OPTIMAL EQUIPMENT AND FINGER PROTECTION Accumulator chain with AFS clip Omega drive Accumulator chain AFS . The two-piece clip is mounted by snapping it onto the chain bushing of the inner link also covering the danger zone in the deflection range of the chain. This is required for the transport of the material to be conveyed and ensures the smoothly running of the chain under the goods during accumulation without damaging them.g. Depending on the respective different diameters made of various materials (steel. Therefore both-way deflections.g. with omega drives. into these gaps and thus causing injuries. conveyor rollers with the chain or the entire system. as An accumulator chain with AFS clip ensures a trouble-free ope. PA application area. machinery directives. Accumulator chains can also be supplied in stainless steel. there is also the danger of fingers reaching 12 antistatic) can be supplied. Therefore both-way deflections. are safety feature is possible for every standard accumulator chain possible. for omega drives. e. Hence of the clip during mounting.g. PA 6. considerably to operational safety according to effective Retrofitting for safety Wippermann AFS clips for standard accumulator chains with conveyor roller diameters of 24 mm and 26 mm The two-piece clip is mounted by simply snapping it onto the chain bushing of the inner link. The correct position is guaranteed by a clear locking in place gap between the conveyor rollers is completely closed. Due to the flat design of the AFS clip the construction-related top. with omega drives) still possible • can be supplied with different diameters and in various materials Accumulator chains have a so-called conveyor roller on every other pitch.for optimal equipment and finger protection • prevents small parts from entering into gaps between conveyor rollers • increases operational safety • covers danger zone in chain deflection range as well • both-way deflections (e. For due to the flat design of the AFS clip the gap between the conveyor rollers is completely closed. tem it also covers the danger zone in the deflection range of the Retrofitting of this innovative and easily mountable protective chain. 59 .

0 43.7. b2 max.7.0 37.5 4.0 80.00 4. 4 (B) No.0 11.12 4.111.0 30.7. 11 (E) No.00 43.0 50.0 14.0 31.111.7..0 25. 12 (L) Inner link Outer link (to be riveted) Spring clip connecting link Connecting link with cottered pin Single cranked link .111. up to 3 m/s Projection Plate over thickness connecting link Inner width Inner link width Outer plate width Bushing Ø Pin Ø Width over pin p b1 min.0 15.0 10. k Pitch Plate height Bearing area s g max.7 5. 7 (A) No..1 1.50 42.12 4.0 12.0 3.12 26 26 26 26 26 26 Connecting link No.0 2.12 4.111.0 53.30 6. 200 203 206 209 212 215 218 26 15.12 4. Ind.0 22.00 25.00 6.0 17. up to 5 m/s of 40 mm .10 2.5 3..0 63. projection k on both chain sides For details on orders and enquiries see page 115.0 20.5 3. q ≈ Connecting links No.00 4.0 35.00 23.5 40.0 14.5 4.0 20.00 4.00 29.5 2.0 24.0 30.0 1.0 40.0 19.50 22.111. Sprockets on request.0 8.00 5. f Weight tensile strength DIN FB min.0 25.8 12.5 4.7. b3 min..0 6...0 33. l1 max.00 3.0 30.7.00 8. Connecting links: According to DIN (.0 22.11.0 12.0 18.5 25.50 24.50 30. 111 (S) No.) 60 Minimum No.0 35.BUSH CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8164 p p g s b3 b1 b2 l1 k d2 d1 Chain speeds with bush chains up to a pitch : Chain 26 of 20 mm .0 28.7.0 18. 111 (S) with double cottered pin. d2 max. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m No.1 3.0 40.12 4.0 16.111.0 46.0 3.00 14.111.0 26.00 31.0 1.8 2.0 16. up to 4 m/s more than 40 mm .0 45.50 28.50 19. d1 max.0 63.0 20.25 2.e.0 18.0 6.00 36.00 4.12 4.00 3.60 4...00 9.50 35. i.

ATC CHAINS

ATC CHAINS
Wippermann ATC chains have been developed as tool storage
and organizing devices for NC/CNC machining centres as well
as for storage chains used to construct e.g. reamers or milling
tools. The chains are manufactured individually to customers‘
requirements. The two standard types No. 320 and No. 340
are the basic chains, which can be customised for most applications with tool holding attachments such as SK, HSK and
Capto®*.
For small tool attachment systems and other applications ATC
chains can be individually developed based on standard roller
chains or on a combination of roller chains and double pitch
chains respectively.
The chains are designed for holding tools and are used when
constructions with e.g. discs are insufficient. Depending on
the respective construction (e.g. in case of a meander-shaped
design) the chain has a storage capacity of more than 100 tools
in one system. ATC chains thus allow for higher storage capacity under the same limited spatial conditions.

Design advantages
• The holding devices in the taper area are fitted with swellresistant, low-wear plastic inserts ensuring a smooth
mounting of the conical surface.
• The axial fixtures have been developed in a way that
various dimensions are possible in one chain, e.g. DIN, ISO,
ANSI as well as BT. Merely the ball holders must be
exchanged respectively.
• By means of several position threads tool orientation may
be selected (90° or 75°). Depending on the customers‘
requirements the axial force can be 100N - 500N.
* registered trademark of Sandvik Coromant

Application examples

61

ATC CHAINS

Tool securing
The simplest axial securing of tool holding attachments is
achieved by means of ball locking devices with pre-stressed
springs. With SK attachments the ball holders can be exchanged
in the chain depending on the clamping spigot e.g. when changing from DIN to ANSI spigots.

ding on customers‘ requests pulling forces can be adjusted
between 100N and 500N according to the respective system.
It is recommended to secure the tool holding attachments with
locking pins, which are unlocked by means of pneumatic or
hydraulic cylinders from the rear.

However, this kind of axial securing is only advisable for standing or hanging arrangements with lightweight tools. Depen-

Examples

Ball bushing
Locking pin with ball locking device
Tool holding device directly mounted
without plastic bushing

HSK 100

Tool positioner
Swell-resistant, low-wear plastic insert
Locking pin with ball locking device
Pulling taper

SK 50

Ball bushing

Locking pin with ball locking device

Swell-resistant, low-wear plastic insert

Capto®*-C8
* registered trademark of Sandvik Coromant

62

g

ATC CHAINS

p

p

p

l1

b2

Design 75°

b1

Design 90°

d1

Taper tool change (swell-resistant plastic)
Taper DIN 69871
Tool holding pot (chain bushing)
Inner plate
Outer plate

Chain

Pitch

p
min.

28

Inner
width

b1
min.

Inner link Bushing
width
Ø

b2
max.

d1
max.

Plate
height

g
max.

Width Projecover tion over
bushing connecting link
l1
max.

Pulling taper
ISO
7388

DIN
69872

MAST
BT

ANSI
Norm 45°

k
max.

No.

Ind.

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

320
340

28

95
120

60,00
80,00

69,00
93,00

60,00
90,00

82,00
120,00

103,00
146,00

21,6
25,0

28

Taper
design
DIN
69871

Bearing Minimum
area
tensile
strength
g

SK 40
SK 50

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

Weight per
tool holding
attachment

FB
min.

cm2

N

4,74
9,60

90 000
190 000

kg
2,0
5,3

larger pitch available on request

Can also be supplied for tool holding attachments HSK, HSZ and HSEZ!

63

g.g. other pitches and sizes on request Max. ❍ Pick-up position of gripper on sprocket Z1 ❍ straight section ❍ Position number ❍ Mechanical tool locking Retention force of tool securing N Angular position of tools in chain e.= 95mm Chain type 340 nominal pitch Pmin.INFORMATION FOR AN ENQUIRY OF ATC CHAINS Customer information Customer number Company Contact person ❍ Ms. moment of tilt Nm Tool axis arrangement (in tool holder) ❍ horizontal ❍ vertical ❍ standing ❍ hanging Tool holder arrangement ❍ horizontal ❍ vertical Number of tool pots pcs Distance with empty pots T= xP For tools with larger diameters (e. milling heads) it is advantageous to choose a shorter chain pitch and only use every second or third tool pot since this will increase the smoothness of the chain drive. ❍ Mr.= 120 mm up to 175 mm. Street Postcode/zip code City Telephone Telefax Product information Tool holding attachments Type SK according to ❍ DIN ❍ EN ❍ ISO Type HSK according to ❍ DIN ❍ EN ❍ ISO Type Capto®* Type Others Pulling taper according to ❍ ISO 7388 ❍ DIN 69872 ❍ Mast-BT ❍ ANSI 45 Chain pitch mm Traversing speed m/s Chain type 320 nominal pitch Pmin. tool diameter mm Max. in case of Z1-12 the demounting angle is 15° in case of demounting on straight section it is 90° Locking with spring force N Information on sprockets Teeth ATC chain arrangement Bore Ø Groove according to DIN 6885 Drive pinion Z1 Deflection Z2 Deflection Z3 Deflection Z4 Deflection Z5 Additional information * registered trademark of Sandvik Coromant 64 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ . tool length mm Max. tool weight kg Max.

6 14.7 14.2 29.63 14. 65 .138 0.5 105.0 50.7 10.525 7.050 10.0 99.4 21.00 5.39 0.0 70.0 265.0 50.65 1.575 14.0 105.19 14.56 3. q ≈ Bearing area Pins Plates l1 max.0 54.500 0.39 0.0 99.7 18.04 4.00 8.4 25.2 22.419 0.6 12.0 123.00 5.280 6.30 * Chain length tolerance ± 0.00 3.05 19.75 31.51 20.0 43.6 18.1 25.63 14.209 0.7 14.0 0.5 115.5 54.18 8.3 20.0 17.00 6. For ordering examples.994 1.5 67.00 8.05 19.0 350.50 25.0 52.7 12.0 43. Effective length over 100 x pitch* Minimum Weight f ≈ tensile strength DIN FB min.5 17.1 21.05 19.28 8.0 42.75 38.100 18.81 22.25 3.5 7.1 38.5 46.8 12.75 5.276 0. Lacing p No.875 15.0 845.5 80.1 10.0 62.8 19.772 0.414 0.25 % of unoiled chain under measuring force.9 111.628 0.0 7. Chain Nominal pitch DIN No.0 422.10 0.1 38.4 10.00 6.00 6.0 800.81 17.75 3.55 1.875 19.0 1690.4 33.750 1.45 5.6 37.00 3.850 3.59 1.4 25.5 16.515 0. mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 9.81 17.0 140.5 30.6 27.0 43.81 17.0 78.7 14. The permissible length deviation refers to the length specification of the manufacturer and is ± 0.560 10.05 19.53 2.0 44.74 1.500 2.0 130.15 1.420 8.05 25.5 21. end links and connecting pins see page 67.00 8.29 29.00 6.0 36.0 210.0 33.56 10. d2 max.7 77.6 12.10 19.0 25.19 10.8 25.08 5.7 12.0 525.86 4.55 1.45 4.175 0.0 175.25 2.28 8.875 15.1 24.6 98.0 530.524 0.98 8.00 10.83 1.89 22.8 50.4 31.4 25.48 12.7 15.1 136.7 10.4 43.0 52.8 50.2 14.0 1330.74 39.5 63. B max.28 10.72 5.89 1.7 21.5 130.7 12.08 5.63 17.0 1270.00 8. mm LL 0822 LL 0844 LL 0866 LL 1022 LL 1044 LL 1066 LL 1222 LL 1244 LL 1266 LL 1622 LL 1644 LL 1666 LL 2022 LL 2044 LL 2066 LL 2422 LL 2444 LL 2466 LL 3222 LL 3244 LL 3266 LL 3288 LL 3110 LL 4022 LL 4044 LL 4066 LL 4088 12.0 31.0 6.5 51.4 12.0 52.5 inch ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ 1 1 1 1¼ 1¼ 1¼ 1½ 1½ 1½ 2 2 2 2 2 2½ 2½ 2½ 2½ 2x2 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 2x2 4x4 6x6 8x8 10 x 10 2x2 4x4 6x6 8x8 Width over Pin Ø Plate thickness height s g1 max.01 3.2 65.73 13.25 % under the measuring force.8 15.75 31.72 5.0 33.490 0.4 33.0 74.83 1.0 66.3 41.20 6.19 10.5 63.70 1.7 14.00 3.45 4.81 17.75 3.80 31.0 1050.930 4.3 36.10 1.390 2.8 63.40 2.0 1260 1260 1260 1580 1580 1580 1892 1892 1892 1905 1905 2532 2532 2532 3170 3170 3170 3797 3797 3797 5070 5070 5070 5070 5070 6335 6335 6335 6335 0.0 210.96 1.4 25.00 6.8 50.2 21.5 26.8 50.1 50.89 22.50 0.89 22.0 15.0 26.1 21.0 52.349 0.55 1.0 315.250 1.83 2.0 21.1 25.0 76.65 1.72 5.5 63.08 5.0 43.98 5.140 4.4 33.4 4.LEAF CHAINS TYPE SERIES LL ACCORDING TO DIN ISO 4347 according to DIN 8152 g1 s s s p d2 d2 d2 p B I1 B I1 B I1 Abstract from DIN 8152 Chains may be assembled with chain parts according to DIN 8187.0 32.65 1.460 2.0 48. Therefore the actual pitch may deviate from the nominal pitch.93 5. F 122 F 124 F 126 F 152 F 154 F 156 F 192 F 194 F 196 F 194 S F 196 S F 252 F 254 F 256 F 312 F 314 F 316 F 382 F 384 F 386 F 502 F 504 F 506 F 508 F 501 F 632 F 634 F 636 F 638 Ind.

987 52.2 135.28 8.1 24.0 99.00 14.00 6.0 42.0 845.00 3.83 1.5 21.28 1.0 135.0 25.0 70.5 20.0 1270.990 14.0 1690.0 15.0 43. mm 17. end links and connecting pins see page 67.0 102.8 * Chain length tolerance ± 0.875 15.494 10.524 0. B max.72 6.4 2.05 19.1 25.0 9.0 1050.3 2.625 0.994 1.0 210.1 12.89 22.350 0.00 6.852 4.6 28.28 8.08 5.917 0. For information on the selection of chain sizes see pages 113 + 114.08 5.7 29.1 Pin Ø B I1 Plate Effective length over 100 x pitch* Bearing area Minimum f ≈ FB min. F 384 U F 386 U F 388 U F 504 U F 506 U F 508 U F 501 U F 634 U F 636 U F 638 U Ind.0 23.0 23.50 8.25 % of unoiled chain under measuring force. q ≈ Weight tensile strength thickness height d2 max.0 83.81 17.0 52.00 33.00 5.274 6.0 280. LEAF CHAINS HEAVY DUTY DESIGN U TO WORKS-STANDARD With chains of this type all plates are mounted with a sliding fit and are also secured with laterally attached riveted washers.1 18.35 3.00 3. For ordering examples.0 43.4 33.72 5.3 53.4 1 1 1 4x4 6x6 8x8 6x6 4x4 6x6 6x6 4x4 6x6 8x8 B I1 Width over Pins Plates l1 max.2 111.00 6.83 2.0 81.5 1½ 1½ 1½ 2 2 2 2 2½ 2½ 2½ 4x4 6x6 8x8 4x4 6x6 8x8 10 x 10 4x4 6x6 8x8 Width over Plate height s g1 max.00 6.05 25.4 14.0 52.3 2.9 3.65 2.9 27.0 130.875 19. mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 53.89 5.0 6.4 33.0 50.0 14. This design guarantees an even load distribution and reduces the bending load of the pin.2 60.81 17. They are particularly suitable for such applications due to their high fatigue strength.0 123.5 13.0 74.3 41. 66 Pin Ø .686 5.1 38.4 25. mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 14.7 16.0 43.5 18.0 800.LEAF CHAINS ACCORDING TO WORKS-STANDARD g1 s s s p d2 d2 d2 p B I1 Chain Nominal pitch Lacing p No. mm inch 38.08 5.4 43. Bearing area Minimum f ≈ FB min.0 101.63 14.5 49.00 8.0 5.8 25.8 50.875 15.8 d2 max.5 16. Ind.4 31. s g1 max.0 1330.0 530.5 5.1 23.0 3802 3802 3802 5073 5073 5073 5073 6340 6340 6340 2.1 1.00 8.1 16.00 5.0 26.0 1.81 17.5 63.4 25.490 1.1 19.8 50.1 38.2 87.5 66.08 5.0 140. B max.4 29.2 112. thickness Effective length over 100 x pitch* Pins * Chain length tolerance ± 0.5 28.05 19.926 4.1 38.25 % of unoiled chain under measuring force.6 37.389 5.4 14.8 2.8 50. q ≈ Weight tensile strength Plates l1 max.00 8.875 15.2 75.2 94.63 14.0 99.0 700.63 17.2 22.8 63.412 8.549 10.05 1.0 540.419 0.65 1.2 146. These chains have been designed to transport heavy loads under harsh conditions.628 0.65 1. Chain Nominal pitch Lacing p No.5 33.0 52.5 63.1 50.0 83.1 30.4 14.0 62.0 1596 1596 1596 1596 1907 1907 1907 2550 2550 2550 0. FU 154 FU 156 FU 158 FU 156 S FU 194 FU 196 FU 196 S FU 254 FU 256 FU 258 mm inch 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ ¾ 15.81 22.699 0.650 354.0 78.2 1.89 22.

55 1.5 75. F 12 F 15 F 19 F 25 F 31 F 38 F 50 F 63 FU 12 FU 15 FU 15 S FU 19 FU 19 S FU 25 F 38 U F 50 U F 63 U Ind.81 22.00 6.0 48.9 126.8 30.5 14.3 10.5 29.0 68.5 66.5 u d2 inch mm mm ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 30 30 30 45 45 60 70 90 30 30 20 30 25 45 60 70 90 4.0 13.30 3.9 38.72 8.5 12.2 4.72 6. other side with inner link (uneven number of links) H Both sides with inner links (uneven number of links) I Both sides with outer links (uneven number of links) K One side with inner link.9 29.4 4.1 50.8 59.5 48.5 99.6 14.0 10.0 13.6 14.2 34.0 24.8 62.4 42.6 1.9 32.4 3.0 45.3 38.5 63.80 2.4 38.PLATE END LINKS AND CONNECTING PINS FOR LEAF CHAINS Inner end link Outer end link 4x4 4x4 Connecting pin s g1 s g1 L2 p d2 d2 p p L1 d4 d2 u u d3 g2 d3 g2 Leaf chains are only supplied with end links on customers‘ request.8 28.6 1. other side with outer end link (even number of links) D One side with inner end link.4 21.7 132.00 6.0 26.4 31.6 97.75 38.0 26.2 5.0 21.19 14.6 3.0 153.7 37.9 92.8 61. other side with inner link (even number of links) E One side with outer end link.50 8.80 3.4 50.6 28.5 21.5 12.63 17.89 1.8 63.00 3.0 8.4 21. 67 .8 106.6 1.7 43.89 4.00 1.6 26.4 19.8 36.5 105.50 8.05 25.00 1.72 6.0 10.0 21.3 25.8 84.7 15.2 5.0 4x4 s d2 d4 L1 L2 mm mm mm mm mm mm 20 20 20 35 35 50 70 80 20 20 18 20 20 35 50 70 80 1.0 51.05 25.4 4.7 61.28 14.2 6.6 3.1 48.08 5.9 86.0 36.0 16.2 23.4 13.0 10.8 103.4 25.55 1.1 35.4 93.9 48.8 7.8 100.00 8.0 70.6 1.6 25.2 1.2 159.28 10.0 45. Design of chain ends: Only the normal links are counted A Both sides with inner end links (uneven number of links) B Both sides with outer end links (uneven number of links) C One side with inner end link.8 15.00 5.0 33.5 72.0 64.8 63.6 28.63 17.1 50. other side with outer link (uneven number of links) G One side with outer end link.0 10.63 17.0 36.5 - 13.4 19. 45 normal links and end links on both sides: F 254 A x 45 Chain Nominal pitch End plates Connecting pins 2x2 p No.9 - L1 6x6 8x8 L2 L1 L2 L1 L2 mm mm mm mm mm mm 13.0 29.0 43.8 82.4 56.9 22.08 5.3 51 90.6 14.80 5.5 14.70 1. other side with outer link (even number of links) F One side with inner end link.2 54.5 61. mm 12.8 21.8 19.0 52.4 21.0 52.45 5.4 mm pitch.2 4.8 21.7 15.4 18.0 26.63 17.6 1.45 5.05 19.875 19.0 21.00 4.875 19.3 75.7 15.0 81.0 16.2 113.8 15.0 10.875 15. combination 4 x 4.0 43.8 27.3 16.8 20.6 25.81 22.4 8.08 5.2 119.5 33. The design with either outer or inner end link must be stated in the order.19 14.45 5.0 37.5 14.45 5.0 10.0 11.72 8.00 8.0 16.08 5.70 2.9 120.8 22.6 36.2 Other dimensions on request. other side with outer link (even number of links) Designation of a leaf chain design A with 25.28 14.6 1.89 4.8 138.08 5.6 20.9 87.89 1 1¼ 1½ 2 2½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ ¾ 1 1½ 2 2½ d3 g1 g2 mm mm 10.08 5.28 10.8 75.81 22.2 33.81 22.

0 253.06 4.23 2.4 25.06 4.2 33.06 4.46 2.875 15.2 41.98 4.875 15.3 20. mm inch LH 1023 LH 1034 LH 1044 LH 1046 LH 1066 LH 1623 LH 1634 LH 1644 LH 1646 LH 1666 15.0 24.1 15.49 2.77 2.875 25.53 9.7 37.43 0.06 15.0 24.72 5.4 5.95 5.86 0.25 % of unoiled chain under measuring force.4 12. B l1 Effective length over 100 x pitch* Bearing area f ≈ Minimum Weight tensile strength DIN FB min.4 25.1 54.6 1. 68 B l1 .8 29.7 21.11 1.53 9.86 2.1 29.46 2.95 9.53 9.7 27.53 2.1 15.4 25.1 66.8 100.4 33.1 15.0 24.4 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 5⁄8 1 1 1 1 1 2x3 3x4 4x4 4x6 6x6 2x3 3x4 4x4 4x6 6x6 Width over Pins Plates l1 max. B max.6 17.95 5.88 7.14 4.8 66.63 1.04 * Chain length tolerance ± 0.46 4. q ≈ mm mm mm mm mm mm cm2 kN kg/m 15.18 1.875 15.8 169.1 24.06 4. For a pre-selection of leaf chains see page 113 + 114.49 1.57 0.2 84.7 32.3 22.0 24. Pin Ø d2 max. BL 523 BL 534 BL 544 BL 546 BL 566 BL 823 BL 834 BL 844 BL 846 BL 866 Ind.32 2.1 15. B l1 B l1 Lacing p No.4 50.95 5.1 25.4 25. Plate thickness height s g1 max.5 126.5 20.0 1592 1592 1592 1592 1592 2544 2544 2544 2544 2544 0.0 24.46 2.0 169.4 49.53 9.LEAF CHAINS TYPE SERIES BL ACCORDING TO DIN ISO 4347 like LH according to DIN 8152 2x3 g1 s 3x4 4x4 s s 4x6 6x6 s s p d2 d2 d2 d2 d2 p B l1 Chain Nominal pitch DIN No.46 2.57 0.9 46.95 5.86 1.875 15.23 33.

6 1.20 0. q ≈ cm2 kN kg/m 0.0 1x2 2x3 4x5 5x6 d2 Overall width Minimum Weight tensile strength FB min.59 11. When ordered by length in metres.6 1.4 3.15 1.49 0. 1110 1112 1114 1115 b mm 10.9 35.15 3.88 Inverted tooth chain sprockets on request.0 28.6 24.6 16.56 p 60° b l1 k Outer guide system Chain Pitch Lacing Pin Ø Projection over connecting link Bearing area l1 d2 k f mm mm mm mm 9. When ordered by number of links.6 Working width p No.0 10.1 37.15 3.1 43.2 17.6 1.0 34. Connecting links (end links): No. the chain will contain the next higher even number of links with a connecting pin.3 p p p ≈ 1.29 0. 10 No.0 10. the chain will be supplied with an uneven number of links and include a single cranked link riveted into the chain as well as a connecting pin.15 3. Ind.0 28.64 0. 53 Connecting pin Cranked three-joint connecting link Straight two-joint connecting link 69 .93 1. 52 No.0 10.0 0.0 17.56 1.1p ≈ 0.INVERTED TOOTH CHAINS WITH BUSHINGS (60° FLANK ANGLE) 7 0.

2 49.1 12.5 2.0 135.0 45.50 1.0 160.875 15.0 26.8 50.0 69.0 55.0 tensile strength Tooth width Weight q ≈ * Plates on one pivot pin Inverted tooth chain sprockets on request.2 364.0 37.2 9.0 61.2 5.0 6. g1 max.0 75.5 26.6 453.5 18.0 3.5 17.0 80.5 2.4 8.8 50.00 4.00 2.525 12.80 2. l1 max.0 2.10 2.9 232.5 2.80 1.8 26.6 58.50 1.1 20.00 3.5 165.0 49.90 7.00 3.8 1.525 9.00 1.1 13.1 9.00 3.7 12.3 37.0 190.5 135.2 9.20 1.40 14.6 33.5 4.0 58.0 6.5 3.0 35.0 25.0 110.0 59.0 7.0 70.50 1.3 12.0 30.0 6.0 21.0 45.2 141.2 5.6 33.5 3.0 21.2 5.00 3.5 18.0 10.0 2.0 25.0 104.9 65.0 17.0 40.875 15.2 5.0 130.0 2.00 3.5 39.0 52.0 135.1 10.7 12.7 16.00 2.2 27.0 37.0 45.0 125.00 3.0 37.5 2.0 127.1 20.5 126.5 78.8 26.2 49.7 15.0 35.30 5.5 18.0 4.60 26.20 29.1 707.0 49.525 9.40 5.5 2.0 7.1 185.1 31.1 20.4 1.0 41.1 10.4 25.0 4.0 127.0 70.0 37.0 21.7 12.2 12.0 17.80 12.0 45.00 2.0 110.1 13.90 3.1 554.2 9.0 3.05 19.5 49.7 6.3 95.2 5.5 111.0 17.00 4.0 21.1 13.4 8.0 3.70 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 9.50 1.1 38.6 126.0 64.00 2.7 6.00 3.0 25.50 1.7 8.0 7.8 631. 06-015A 06-020A 06-025J 06-030J 06-035J 08-015A 08-020A 08-025J 08-030J 08-035J 08-050J 08-065J 10-025J 10-035J 10-040J 10-050J 10-065J 12-035J 12-040J 12-050J 12-065J 12-075J 16-050J 16-065J 16-075J 16-100J 16-125J 24-065J 24-075J 24-100J 24-125J 24-150J 32-100J 32-115J 32-135J 32-150J 32-180J b Outer guide system (A) Working width Overall width Plate height b min.0 115.5 90.50 1.70 1.20 10.0 25.3 15.00 2.50 40.0 3.1 26.4 156.0 105.5 103.00 2.2 49.0 55.00 3.1 38.1 14.00 4.875 15.1 43.0 145.10 25.4 25. Ind.8 22.30 8.50 1.0 139.0 25.0 70.0 276.0 154.5 43.7 6. the chain will contain the next higher even number of links with a connecting pin.0 25.70 6.0 33.7 52.90 2.0 37.1 38.05 19.5 21.0 14.0 25.2 6.80 3.0 35.20 22.5 18.00 2.0 12.0 39.0 160.8 50.4 304.0 7.4 8.0 30.0 541.0 84.5 153.05 19.0 65.0 85.0 33.0 17.80 33.0 25. For this type of inverted tooth chain no cranked links are available.0 151.875 19.4 15.00 3.0 6.0 33.0 4.0 76.7 188.5 18.5 44.0 41.6 11.0 55.2 49.0 3.0 117.0 53.0 25.5 3.0 25.7 12.0 40.INVERTED TOOTH (SILENT) CHAINS p p g1 g1 g2 k g2 k s s l1 b l1 Inner guide system (J) Chain Pitch p No.9 73.4 18.1 20.0 40.0 37.00 3.8 50.1 20. When ordered by length in metres.6 77.0 75.4 38.3 12.1 50.50 1.0 167.0 69.5 3.0 2. g2 Plate thickness Projection over connecting link Number of rows* Minimum s k RZ FB min.10 1.0 40.2 138.00 4.4 25. kN mm kg/m 10.90 17.875 15.1 20.2 26.1 13.05 19.5 18.0 21.40 1.5 100.0 103.0 39.3 12.0 32.60 4.0 65.5 2.00 2.6 30.00 2.8 26.0 30.7 12.7 52.0 77.1 38.5 3.0 19.60 4.0 6.8 33.5 121.6 64.00 4.1 10.0 7.0 17.3 12.0 33.4 43.4 8.8 12.0 80.0 13.00 2.4 25.0 13.7 12.50 1.1 51.0 85.4 44.8 26.0 11.5 58.0 0.5 16.80 2.50 1.8 26.50 3.4 15.7 6.0 33.0 4.0 35.0 77.4 15.3 33.4 478.0 37.7 6.0 25.5 25.0 68.525 9.7 6.0 41.50 2.0 37.9 245.2 9.3 12.0 41.50 1.0 51.9 28.3 12.05 25.0 55.00 1.7 201.6 860.2 76.0 70.1 10.1 39.0 80.0 73.00 21.4 10.70 11.0 33.00 3.525 9.0 29.0 2.4 15.0 21.50 1.1 13. 70 .

4 25.0 65.0 14.0 21.7 27.7 12.7 6.5 14.3 25.6 85.0 15.50 2.4 59.7 10.0 70.0 105.0 21.05 19.7 27.00 3.0 33.1 43.1 51.50 1.0 21.8 82.7 10.7 12.7 12.5 16.0 68.50 1.5 14.9 40.60 13.5 3.40 4.60 3.50 1.0 6.0 21. For this type of inverted tooth chain no cranked links are available.2 20.7 27.7 8.5 2.0 35.5 2.0 25.00 2.3 110.2 47.7 10.0 14.7 6.90 5.0 14.8 68.7 27.2 26.2 10.5 14.10 8.50 1.0 10.4 25.00 3.3 146.5 3.7 27.00 3.05 25. Ind.2 66.525 9.90 1.0 13.5 2.0 73.7 6.7 27.9 24.9 151.00 3.5 2.7 57.5 21.0 80.7 12.2 60.0 6.00 2.0 21.7 12.50 1.0 49.5 3.00 2.0 17.0 105.0 33.6 65.70 4.5 3.525 9.50 1.5 16.20 2.7 6.0 30.60 7.50 1.525 9.0 45.5 2.8 48.INVERTED TOOTH (SILENT) CHAINS TYPE SERIES HD p p g1 g1 g2 k g2 k s s l1 b l1 Inner guide system (J) Chain Pitch p No.1 51.9 39.7 151.5 14. g1 max.0 0.1 224.0 17.0 21.5 14.0 17.0 41.4 110.7 14.7 6.0 80.8 37.6 64.9 14.5 17.3 56.7 27.0 2.0 75.8 40.6 181.7 422.05 19.7 8.0 61.0 205.00 3.2 69.70 14.00 27.4 25.9 335.0 2.9 133.5 3.50 1.525 9.4 25.0 96.00 2.0 155.80 2.2 112.9 10.10 17. kN mm kg/m 10.7 10.0 55.80 20.4 12.4 188.6 78.5 3.00 2. 71 .4 33.0 14.0 14. HD 06-015A HD 06-020A HD 06-025J HD 06-030J HD 06-040J HD 06-050J HD 06-065J HD 08-015A HD 08-020A HD 08-025J HD 08-030J HD 08-040J HD 08-050J HD 08-065J HD 08-075J HP 08-100J HD 12-030A HD 12-035J HD 12-040J HD 12-050J HD 12-065J HD 12-085J HD 12-100J HD 12-125J HD 12-150J HD 12-200J HD 16-040J HD 16-050J HD 16-065J HD 16-075J HD 16-100J HD 16-125J HD 16-150J HD 16-200J b Outer guide system (A) Working width Overall width Plate height b min.0 21.4 50.05 19.40 1.1 126. When ordered by length in metres.9 32.7 209.5 2.05 19.90 10.5 2.9 279.0 105.6 32.50 1.2 42.30 1.05 19.0 21.4 102.2 38.0 41.0 6. l1 max.4 25.7 10.5 17.50 1.0 14.0 21.50 1.50 1.60 3.30 9.05 19.7 6.0 6.0 155.0 70.3 108.50 21.00 3.20 15.3 74.0 21.0 70.0 205.9 151.0 85.5 44.0 tensile strength Tooth width Weight q ≈ * Plates on one pivot pin Inverted tooth chain sprockets on request.10 6.3 53.0 17.7 19.5 2.0 50. the chain will contain the next higher even number of links with a connecting pin.0 35.525 12.3 38.0 35.00 3.0 25.7 8.9 10.00 2.4 25.7 10.40 1.0 11.0 14.7 6.5 14.0 21.0 2.7 8.0 49.9 158.00 3.10 1.0 25.30 5.7 52.7 12.7 8.7 101.7 38.0 2.50 1.5 3.6 32.70 3.6 73.0 2.2 26.00 2.5 3.5 17.5 30.0 2.00 10.00 2.0 70.0 45.7 560.9 126.0 445.7 27.7 10.05 19.7 353.0 41.0 90.9 10.6 284.7 12.9 10.6 92.05 19.0 97.2 24.7 10.1 134.0 40.0 6.0 55.3 107.0 130.0 45.00 2.2 19.3 92.5 3.0 77.0 6.0 25.7 12.9 159.7 8.525 9.80 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 9.0 26.0 30.0 41.7 10.2 12.7 201.4 43.0 49.0 21.9 10.5 6.0 1.0 33.30 3.0 13.6 64.0 21.00 2. g2 Plate thickness Projection over connecting link Number of rows* Minimum s k RZ FB min.0 130.3 114.7 10.0 33.0 27.7 8.10 1.8 201.5 14.0 13.05 19.1 215.70 2.5 3.40 7.00 2.7 27.4 21.9 39.2 52.7 8.1 146.7 59.0 55.3 55.2 76.50 5.50 1.50 1.0 55.0 6.8 208.4 25.7 11.5 14.7 8.9 10.0 14.0 65.525 9.0 2.3 101.

5 17.0 9.5 22.0 30.0 75.3 293.0 13.2 12.2 60.5 2.3 11.5 13.0 80.4 64.0 21.0 13.0 85.5 13.00 3.05 19.0 9.3 101. For this type of inverted tooth chain no cranked links are available.00 3.INVERTED TOOTH (SILENT) CHAINS TYPE SERIES HP p p g1 g1 g2 g2 k k s s l1 b l1 Inner guide system (J) Chain No.00 3.2 15.0 9.05 25.5 3.5 13.1 77.0 2.2 26.1 51.9 39.4 25.60 17.80 4.0 9.0 50.0 105.1 52.0 4.0 27.7 12.5 18.1 38.0 45.7 26.50 1.0 27.2 15.5 3.0 25.3 164.00 9.1 38.0 17.50 1.0 35.00 3.1 126.0 18.7 19.8 874.50 1.60 2.525 9.2 15.60 15.0 45.7 101.50 1.1 mm 19.0 135.05 19.0 25.9 52.0 13.50 1.4 30.00 3.4 43.4 246.00 1.0 10.5 30.525 12.0 27.1 51.3 127.7 12.0 65.0 27.5 13.2 77.90 4.0 2.3 15.6 70.5 13.0 70.6 85.6 65.6 102. HP 06-015A HP 06-020A HP 06-025J HP 06-030J HP 06-040J HP 06-050J HP 06-065J HP 08-015A HP 08-020A HP 08-025J HP 08-030J HP 08-040J HP 08-050J HP 08-065J HP 08-075J HP 08-100J HP 12-020J HP 12-025J HP 12-035J HP 12-040J HP 12-050J HP 12-065J HP 12-085J HP 12-100J HP 12-125J HP 16-040J HP 16-050J HP 16-065J HP 16-075J HP 16-100J HP 16-125J HP 24-040J HP 24-050J HP 24-065J HP 24-075J HP 24-100J HP 24-125J HP 24-150J Pitch Ind.5 3.6 64.0 17.30 19.50 2.80 2.5 13.9 76.00 2.8 6.3 11.9 27.0 130.2 15.05 19.0 18.1 mm 11.5 4.8 446.5 30.6 55.0 55.0 45.0 110.0 25.8 6.0 6.5 2.60 7.6 301.0 80.00 3.1 43.4 80.5 22.0 45.7 27.4 25.5 127.2 76.0 49.0 30.8 6.2 15.3 11.9 236.0 30.0 45.50 1.0 4.0 85.5 13.0 30.50 2.4 21.0 45.40 2.5 3. mm 6.5 2.0 33.2 15.0 9.0 480.0 17.0 2.0 35.6 114. When ordered by length in metres.0 41.0 21.0 11.1 mm 12.00 2.0 45.4 50.7 12.6 Tooth width Weight q ≈ mm 11.2 52.80 7.525 9.5 3.7 12.0 9.80 11.90 3.3 55.3 11.7 12.0 21.0 45.1 38.0 13.1 38.9 24.0 6.2 89.2 15.0 70.9 126.0 42.2 26.0 33.0 41.1 134.0 160.0 25.7 59.90 5.5 22.0 mm 1.5 17.0 70.0 49.6 73.7 52.9 375.0 17.05 19.5 16.5 16.00 2.9 48.3 252.5 22.7 107.0 21.00 2.3 11.20 2.00 7.05 19.525 9.1 104.0 30.00 2.3 152.2 22.0 6. b Outer guide system (A) Working width Overall width Plate height p b min.8 65.4 25.0 6.80 14.05 19.6 57.0 18.00 3.0 75.5 102.0 25.0 18.5 2.6 38.0 6.0 27.4 154.70 5.4 110.9 39.7 18.00 2.00 2.0 33.8 6.4 94.0 55.0 30.5 3.0 13.5 22.0 201.5 2.7 12.60 1.3 32.6 64.0 105.8 9.10 6.0 27.50 34.5 22.4 52.5 139.4 374.0 41.0 2. l1 max.2 152.6 32.0 61.9 133.0 45.0 70.0 17.05 19.3 11.50 1.0 2.0 9.5 13.0 kg/m 1.0 130.9 40.2 82.1 39.50 1.4 25.00 2.10 3.00 3.00 2.0 9.7 129.0 9.5 22.50 11.0 77.0 90.90 3.0 4.50 1.7 25.5 22.40 14.50 1.0 41.0 731.0 2.50 1.5 3.5 3.0 6.0 18.8 77.0 35.0 60.50 1.6 32.0 21.0 30.0 10.2 15.3 108. mm 9.0 55.4 38.7 12.9 45.1 38.5 2.40 22.0 105.00 3.00 3.05 19.3 48.1 38.7 12.0 55.8 6.0 30.70 11.5 2.0 203.525 9. g1 max.9 40.00 3.0 49.90 9.00 3.5 2.50 1.50 1.8 37.0 2.0 Plate thickness Projection over connecting link Number of rows* Minimum g2 s k RZ FB min.00 3.50 1.0 33.5 3.2 387.4 102.0 68.7 65.20 1.8 68.0 tensile strength kN 25.0 27.6 92.90 28.10 * Plates on one pivot pin Inverted tooth chain sprockets on request.0 40.50 1. the chain will contain the next higher even number of links with a connecting pin.4 25.0 13.0 6.0 41.0 4.0 303.9 34.4 199.60 9.1 57.0 33. 72 .8 6.0 45.00 mm 2.525 9.9 152.00 3.20 1.0 25.2 589.0 45.7 34.0 4.525 9.

if you have any queries concerning your specific application. Moving staircase chains • according to works-standard and customers‘ specifications 6. 2. also made of stainless and heat resistant steel grades.ADDITIONAL PRODUCT RANGE On the following pages. Inverted tooth chain sprockets • according to customers‘ specifications 10. also in split versions and with welded-on segments. Please send us an enquiry. Sprockets for all chains made of steel. 3. Conveyor chains / Deep link conveyor chains / Accumulation conveyor chains • according to DIN 8165 full pin chains and hollow pin chains / type FV • according to DIN 8167 full pin chains / type M • according to DIN 8168 hollow pin chains / type MC • Made to specifications for all applications 5. Draw bench chains • according to DIN 8156 and DIN 8157 4. Plate chains for steel plate apron conveyor chains • according to DIN 8175 7. Plate chains for funiculars • according to DIN 8176 and DIN Berg 2251 8. Galle chains and sprockets • according to DIN 8150 We will be happy to assist you with all your problems concerning drives and conveyance! 73 . Special chains for process engineering equipment of all kind. Inverted tooth chains according to DIN 8190 • Inverted tooth chains for high speed drives • Inverted tooth chains made to specifications / Inverted tooth chains for transport 9. Cranked link chains 12. 1. Sliding rails 11. we will only be able to give you a brief overview of the types of chains we can supply since conveyor chains are mostly chains designed for individual applications. cast steel and cast iron.

332.0 mm 125. D462 ASA 35. 455. 35-2. effective and practical. D 455 ASA 35.0 kg . 40-2 KT 501-513 500.D513 ASA 50.D501. 41. 332.2 kg 1.50 mm Clamping width 50.and all this without a vice or a grinding machine! A B C A powerful WIPPERMANN chain breaker: simple. 40-2 KT 462 331. 135 180 Chain puller 125 mm Chain puller 50 mm 74 For chain pitches p 12. This chain puller can be supplied in two sizes: No.4 bis 63.7 bis 19.CHAIN BREAKER AND CHAIN PULLER Chain breaker With only a few hammer blows a chain can be broken within seconds . 331. 17.05 mm 25. 40. suitable for the following chains KT 455 454. 385. 60. 50-2 KT 548 548 ASA 80 Accessories: Screw A Screw B Replacement pin C Chain breaker Chain puller Due to the overall weight it is often extremely cumbersome to assemble two chain ends without any tools. 460. 41. 462. No.513. 18. 461.501.0 mm Weight 0. the two ends of the chain are pulled together far enough for a connecting link to be mounted without any difficulties. By means of our practical chain puller. 40.

SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding to ISO 606 B1 x E b1 l1 d1 x1 d D d0 p L Chain No.75 32.0 2. No.66 76.78 51.4 8.91 71.54 46. 445 450 Pitch Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Tooth width DIN p b1 min.18 25.53 81.0 5.26 42.40 30.87 49.14 53.70 89. Ind.0 7.68 53.600 N/mm².96 28.49 57.43 35.60 51.47 25 27 29 31 33 35 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 67 71 73 75 78 82 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 13 14 16 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm mm 10 10 10 10 10 10 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 25. l1 max.91 33.0 6.83 66.0 4.84 72.79 96.06 45.45 38. mm mm mm mm mm 04 05B-1 6.89 28.07 48.55 36.65 34.95 38.93 68.30 23.03 66. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 38 40 Ind.01 43.07 26.21 65.86 30.97 47.59 55.4 mm 3. 75 .75 61.37 68.6 2.48 41.1 445 (04) Number of teeth z No.8 3. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103. d1 max.29 63.5 5.45 73.99 76. Other sprockets on request.21 58.6 2.36 40. B1 x max.40 61.0 8.62 86. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications. x1 max.42 21.8 mm 2.88 101.16 44.68 56.25 91. Projection 450 (05B-1) d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm 19.96 34 36 39 41 44 46 49 51 54 57 59 62 64 67 69 72 74 77 79 82 84 90 94 97 100 105 110 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 17 18 20 23 25 28 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 35 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 Made of steel with a strength of 500 .

18 100.24 10.34 118.84 54.5 mm 7.2 mm 15.72 6.80 39.8 455 (06B-1) Number of teeth 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 38 45 57 Tooth width Projection D 455 (06B-2) T 455 (06B-3) d0 Emax d D L d D L d D L Ind.81 45.31 115.87 60.95 72.72 5.10 91. 455 D 455 T 455 L L * Cast iron GG22 Made of steel with a strength of 500 . 76 .55 172.82 33.4 - mm 25.97 76.23 106.00 79.34 136. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.8 7.525 5.91 66. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.26 109.20 103.80 42. Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Transverse pitch DIN p b1 min.81 36.35 13.40 115. x1 max.5 4.3 - mm 5.93 69. Other sprockets on request.525 9. l max.91 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70 73 76 79 82 85 88 92 95 98 101 104 107 110 113 116 119 122 125 128 131 125 146 182 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 19 19 19 20 22 25 28 31 34 37 40 43 45 46 48 50 52 54 57 60 60 60 60 60 65 65 65 65 65 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 22 25 25 25 25 25 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 32 32 32 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 19 19 20 22 25 28 31 34 37 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70 73 76 79 80 90 90 80 80 22 25 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 10 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 23 23 28 34 40 46 52 58 64 70 79 90 90 90 35 35 35 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 56 56 z No.72 5.600 N/mm².07 88.81 48.82 51. d1 max.2 5.15 97.8 34.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding to ISO 606 B1 x B2 xb x1 B3 x1 xb x1 e E e d D d0 E E d D d0 d D d0 b1 l1 d1 p Chain No.89 63.12 94.6 mm 4.35 6.85 57.02 82.24 mm 5. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm * * * 30.37 121. mm mm mm mm mm 06B-1 06B-2 06B-3 9. L Pitch Ind.35 6.5 23.525 9.0 10.29 112.05 85.8 7.5 4. e B1 b B2 B3 x max.

07 57.21 89.87 51 55 59 63 67 71 75 79 84 88 92 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 124 128 132 148 156 165 173 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 28 31 35 39 43 47 50 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 14 16 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 Made of SM steel with a strength of 500 . Pitch Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Tooth width DIN p b1 min.50 - 51 55 59 63 67 71 75 79 84 88 92 96 100 104 108 112 116 120 124 128 132 - 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 - 28 31 35 39 43 47 50 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 70 70 70 70 70 - d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm mm 14 16 16 16 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 - 41.10 69. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.46 121.40 113.46 121.21 89.5 mm 3. mm mm mm mm mm 081 - 12.7 12. d1 max.08 65.72 153.27 97.43 117.07 61.08 65.07 57.18 85.07 61. B1 x max.7 3.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding to ISO 606 B1 x E b1 l1 d1 x1 d D d0 p L Chain No. Projection 332 / 17 / 18 d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm 41.24 93.50 137.600 N/mm².3 5.2 11.30 101.33 105.12 73.30 4.12 73. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 34 36 38 40 Ind.10 45.64 145.88 7.07 53.79 161.36 109.08 49.08 49.30 101.16 81. Other sprockets on request.24 93.8 3.07 53.75 10.40 113. l1 max. 77 . x1 max.75 7.14 77. 331 332 331 (081) Number of teeth z No.0 4.18 85.33 105. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.10 69.36 109.8 mm 5.14 77.27 97.2 3.16 81.43 117.10 45.3 Ind.

0 - mm 34.46 121.75 153.16 81.0 31.75 7.51 8.08 65.4 5.14 77.06 230. 78 .07 53.08 49.87 153.7 7.54 54 58 62 66 70 74 78 82 86 90 94 98 102 106 110 114 118 122 126 130 134 138 142 146 150 154 158 162 166 170 174 166 195 243 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 19 19 26 29 33 37 41 45 50 52 56 60 64 68 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 70 70 25 25 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 35 35 40 40 10 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 23 23 28 32 35 38 42 46 50 54 58 62 66 70 70 70 75 80 85 85 90 95 100 100 100 110 110 110 90 90 32 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 14 14 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 25 23 23 38 46 54 62 70 70 80 85 100 120 100 100 50 50 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 55 60 60 z 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 38 45 57 L L * Cast iron GG22 Made of SM steel with a strength of 500 .36 109.10 69.79 182.30 101.50 125.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding ISO 606 B1 x B2 xb x1 B3 x1 xb x1 e E e d D d0 E E d D d0 d D d0 b1 l1 d1 p Chain DIN No.0 mm 21.92 462 (08B-1) Number of teeth Tooth width Projection D 462 (08B-2) T 462 (08B-3) d0 Emax d D L d D L d D L Ind.27 97.64 141.0 7.83 161. l max. d1 max.75 7.43 117.07 61.68 145. x1 max. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm * * * 41.61 137.9 13.12 73.3 No. Other sprockets on request.40 113.3 9.4 mm 9. Ind.3 9.75 8.2 - mm 7.0 44.51 17.21 89.600 N/mm².57 133.4 5.24 93.10 45.33 105.51 8.7 12. mm 7.9 mm 5. mm mm mm mm mm 08 B-1 08 B-2 08 B-3 12.79 157. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.53 129.18 85. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.72 149.92 13.07 57.7 12. 462 D 462 T 462 L Pitch Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Transverse pitch p b1 min. e B1 b B2 B3 x max.

65 9.74 141.1 182.6 5.39 91.19 192.1 - mm 9.66 131.35 192.35 61.24 227.34 71.42 96.34 76.16 10. d1 max.16 19.48 106. e B1 b B2 B3 x max.59 121.05 177.29 202.6 mm 9.0 mm 25.51 111.16 10.24 197. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.79 146.1 mm 5.0 9.875 9.7 9. Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Transverse pitch DIN p b1 min. l max.59 mm 9.875 15. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm * * * 51.35 81.65 9. x1 max.37 86.875 15.2 52.59 16.6 5.45 101.58 288.65 10.34 66.8 16.83 151.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding ISO 606 B1 x B2 B3 xb x1 x1 xb x1 e E e E d D d0 E d D d0 d D d0 b1 l1 d1 p Chain No. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103. mm mm mm mm mm 10 B-1 10 B-2 10 B-3 15. 501 D 501 T 501 L L * Cast iron GG22 Made of steel with a strength of 500 .7 136.6 36.600 N/mm².7 9.87 156.7 501 (10B-1) Number of teeth Tooth width Projection D 501 (10B-2) T 501 (10B-3) d0 Emax d D L d D L d D L Ind. Other sprockets on request.18 68 72 77 82 87 92 97 102 107 112 117 122 127 132 137 142 147 152 157 162 167 173 178 183 188 193 198 203 208 213 218 208 243 304 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 23 35 37 42 47 52 57 60 60 70 70 75 75 80 80 80 80 85 85 90 90 90 95 95 95 95 95 100 100 100 100 100 80 90 25 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 40 45 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 29 29 35 39 44 49 54 59 64 69 74 79 84 85 90 95 100 105 110 110 115 115 120 120 120 120 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 50 56 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 25 31 31 49 59 69 79 85 95 105 110 120 120 100 100 55 55 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 63 z 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 38 45 57 L Pitch Ind.37 56.14 187.92 161.96 167.5 - mm 42.62 126.55 116.01 172. 79 .

mm mm mm mm mm 12 B-1 12 B-2 12 B-3 19.69 273.2 182.62 73.09 345.67 109.3 - mm 49.86 139.61 91.07 12.68 11.04 164.6 85.1 - mm 10.0 11.63 230.05 19.07 22. d1 max.05 19.25 188.8 230.68 11. x1 max.74 242.4 mm 11.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding ISO 606 B1 x B2 xb x1 B3 x1 xb x1 e E e d D d0 E E d D d0 d D d0 b1 l1 d1 p Chain No.57 224. Other sprockets on request.81 79 85 91 97 103 109 115 121 127 133 139 145 151 157 163 169 176 182 188 194 200 206 212 218 224 230 236 242 248 254 260 248 290 363 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 23 29 42 46 52 58 64 70 75 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 95 95 95 95 95 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 30 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 56 56 12 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 23 29 42 47 53 59 65 71 77 83 89 95 100 100 100 110 110 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 130 130 45 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 63 63 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 31 39 59 71 83 95 100 110 120 120 130 130 140 140 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 z 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 38 45 57 L Pitch Ind.8 mm 30. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications. 513 D 513 T 513 L L * Cast iron GG22 Made of steel with a strength of 500 .8 10.7 42. l max.46 19.78 127.65 67. Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Transverse pitch DIN p b1 min.14 176.35 200. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm * * * 61. 80 .74 121.71 115.62 97.05 11.82 133.8 mm 6.41 206.52 218.600 N/mm².68 12. e B1 b B2 B3 x max.9 145.69 236.95 151.7 19.3 194.46 212.0 11.4 6. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.09 170.65 103.07 12.46 mm 11.99 158.0 513 (12 B-1) Number of teeth Tooth width Projection D 513 (12 B-2) T 513 (12 B-3) d0 Emax d D L d D L d D L Ind.6 79.4 6.2 61.

54 194.2 16.88 15.43 307.9 31.8 mm 47.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding ISO 606 B1 x B2 B3 xb x1 x1 xb x1 e E e E d D d0 E d D d0 d D d0 b1 l1 d1 p Chain DIN No.8 mm 16.2 - mm 15.2 16.16 98.66 210.14 114.8 10. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm * * 82.17 130.29 283.8 10.88 15. mm 16.48 186. mm mm mm mm mm 16 B-1 16 B-2 16 B-3 25.4 25.86 234.58 323. x1 max. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications. e B1 b B2 B3 x max.14 106.79 226.42 178.93 243 259.02 15.600 N/mm². d1 max. Other sprockets on request.6 mm 10.2 No.36 291.4 17.88 36.88 548 (16 B-1) d0 z L Pitch Number of teeth 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 36 38 40 45 57 L L Tooth width Projection D 548 (16 B-2) T 548 (16 B-3) Emax d D L d D L d D L Ind.32 162.15 122. l max.0 99. 81 .37 170.02 17.7 - mm 79.12 461. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.14 275.08 104 112 120 128 136 144 152 160 168 176 184 192 200 208 216 224 232 240 248 256 265 281 297 305 313 329 345 386 483 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 29 34 55 61 69 78 84 92 100 100 100 100 100 110 110 110 110 110 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 125 125 35 40 40 40 40 40 45 45 45 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 70 70 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 39 56 64 72 80 88 96 104 112 120 128 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 130 140 140 160 65 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 90 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 44 64 80 96 112 128 130 130 130 130 140 165 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 * Cast iron GG22 Made of steel with a strength of 500 . 548 D 548 T 548 Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Transverse pitch p b1 min.2 138. Ind.8 15.2 90.6 202.1 68.88 31.27 154.23 146.02 17.4 25.72 218.74 364.

56 25.72 279.81 291.99 157 169 181 193 205 217 229 241 253 265 277 289 302 314 326 338 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 80 90 102 114 128 140 140 140 140 140 140 150 150 150 150 150 45 50 50 50 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 60 60 60 60 60 * * * * * * * * * * Possibly welded-on hub Made of steel with a strength of 500 .63 267.05 25.23 147.30 135.75 112. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Projection 596 (24 B-1) Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm 102.4 18.17 243.68 152.90 202.32 130 139 149 159 169 179 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260 270 280 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 70 77 88 98 108 118 120 120 120 120 120 140 140 140 140 140 40 45 45 45 45 45 50 50 50 50 50 55 55 55 55 55 * * * * * * * d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm 123.22 183.71 162.79 182.25 195. Other sprockets on request. mm 12.55 255.29 207.84 192.SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding ISO 606 B1 x E b1 l1 d1 x1 d D d0 p L Chain DIN No.75 38.90 303.5 24. d1 max.03 223.21 171.10 233.69 122. We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.8 16.6 No.25 253.74 172. B1 x max.67 132. Ind.96 213.9 22.600 N/mm².0 mm 18.40 19. x1 max.67 142. 563 596 Pitch Inner width Roller Ø Width over pin Tooth width p b1 min. mm mm mm mm mm 20 B-1 24 B-1 31.1 563 (20 B-1) Number of teeth d0 z Ind. l1 max.10 19.35 219. 82 .48 243.40 43. For details on orders and enquiries see page 103.41 231.2 53.21 159.

51 10.0 16. Roller Ø Width over pin Tooth width p b1 min. 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 Ind.4 5.1 11.2 mm mm mm mm 39.66 82 92 102 112 122 132 142 12 12 12 14 16 16 16 47 57 60 70 80 80 80 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 548 RF d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm 79. B1 x max.7 36.07 15.6 6.2 9.22 154.81 51.33 170.7 15.39 96.35 8.33 66 74 82 90 98 106 114 10 10 12 12 14 14 14 37 45 52 60 68 70 70 513 RF z Inner width 462 RF d0 Number of teeth Ind.1 16. 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 Emax d D L No.3 9.1 5.06 61.7 11.66 128 144 160 176 192 208 224 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 78 92 100 100 110 110 110 40 40 45 45 50 50 50 Other sprockets made of stainless steel or plastic are available on request.875 19. x1 max.5 17.11 77.36 86.2 mm 4.75 127.12 122.27 101.8 mm 7.43 186.00 49 55 61 67 73 79 85 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 28 34 40 45 48 52 57 Projection 501 RF d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm 25 25 28 28 28 28 28 53.8 9.4301) for simplex roller chains B1 x b1 l1 Chain x1 E No.16 12.63 103.83 57.3 7.88 13.45 106.32 76.54 202.87 63.22 93. d1 max.65 11.525 12. Ind. d D d0 p d1 L 455 RF Number of teeth z No. mm mm mm mm mm 9.82 139.59 91. 455 RF 462 RF 501 RF 513 RF 548 RF Pitch d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm mm 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 66.75 9.6 22.09 69.67 115.4 5. l1 max.91 69.16 85.SPROCKETS (STAINLESS STEEL GRADE 1.68 17.4 10.0 19.90 152.58 126.05 25. 83 .02 6.17 138.72 7.5 5.79 45.52 116.65 76.00 97 109 121 133 145 157 169 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 58 70 80 80 90 90 90 35 35 35 35 40 40 40 d0 Emax d D L mm mm mm mm mm 106.

SPROCKETS FOR ACCUMULATOR CHAINS

Axial profile of sprockets
for accumulator chains

B1

B

d0
dF

Chain
B1

B2

No.

mm

mm

513 SF
513 SFK
513 SFV
Pitch
RoIIer Ø
Inner width

10,6
10,6
10,6
p
d1
b1

20,80
20,80
20,80
= 19,05
= 12,00
= 11,68

PCD

Number of
teeth
z

Pilot bore

Hub-Ø

Ø

between
sprockets

d0

15 + 15
17 + 17
19 + 19

dF

mm

mm

91,62
103,67
115,73

20
20
20

mm
61
73
85

Other sprockets made of stainless steel or plastic are available on request.

SPROCKETS FOR HOLLOW PIN CHAINS 01650
p

p

E
d0

g

x
B1

L
b1 l 1
d1

d
D

d
Pitch

Inner
width

Roller
Ø

Hollow pin
Ø

Width
over
hollow pin

Plate
height

Number
of teeth

p

b1
min.

d1
max.

d

l1
max.

g

z

No.

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

01650
01650
01650
01650

50,8
50,8
50,8
50,8

10
10
10
10

30
30
30
30

8,2
8,2
8,2
8,2

27
27
27
27

26
26
26
26

Chain

Sprocket dimensions

B1

d0

d

D

L

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

9
9
9
9

117,08
196,28
244,33
292,55

20
30
30
30

80
110*
120*
140*

40
50
50
50

7
12
15
18

E
max.

x
mm

148
227
275
323

10
10
10
10

* welded hub

We supply sprockets with custom bore and groove according to specifications.

SPROCKETS WITH INTEGRATED BALL BEARING
d0
b1 l1
p

d1

d

Chain

DIN

No.

No.

455
331
332
462
501
513
548
563

06B-1
081
08B-1
10B-1
12B-1
16B-1
20B-1

mm
9,525
12,7
12,7
12,7
15,875
19,05
25,4
31,75

Pitch

Inner
width

Roller
Ø

Width
over pin

p

b1

d1

l1

min.

max.

max.

Jockey
sprocket

mm

mm

mm

No.

3⁄8
½
½
½
5⁄8
¾

5,72
3,30
4,88
7,75
9,65
11,68
17,02
19,56

6,35
7,75
7,75
8,51
10,16
12,07
15,88
19,05

13,5
10,2
11,2
17,0
19,6
22,7
36,1
43,2

SPR 455
SPR 331
SPR 332
SPR 462
SPR 501
SPR 513
SPR 548
SPR 563

1

Number
of teeth
z

inch

Made of steel with a strength of 500 - 600 N/mm².

84

B1

L

Bearing

d0

mm
21
18
18
18
17
15
12
13

63,91
73,14
73,14
73,14
86,39
91,62
98,14
132,67

B1

d
+ 0,3
+ 0,1

Load ratings

L

C

C0

dyn.

stat.

mm

mm

mm

kN

kN

5,3
3,0
4,5
7,2
9,1
11,1
16,2
18,5

16
16
16
16
16
16
20
25

18,3
18,3
18,3
18,3
18,3
18,3
17,7
21,0

7,5
7,5
7,5
7,5
7,5
7,5
10,1
11,0

4,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
4,5
6,3
7,1

SPROCKETS WITH LANTERN GEAR TOOTHING

In all cases where the chain does not wrap around the sprocket, but only contacts it tangentially, the sprocket must be a
lantern gear version, because only one tooth at a time meshes
with the chain. Therefore the teeth of the sprocket are tempered to reduce wear. Thus roller chains are frequently used as
a rack and pinion arrangement.

Rack and pinion arrangements with chains are inexpensive
and easy to assemble. A spring clip connecting link or a connecting link with cottered pin is attached to both ends of a
pre-stretched chain with an uneven number of links. By
means of the connecting links the chain is then mounted to a
clamping device. The chain must be supported over the
whole length.
B1

b1

d1

dk d0

d

D

p

L

Formula for calculating the PCD:
d0 =

Formula for calculating the permissible torque:
d 0 ⎡⎣⎢mm⎤⎦⎥
FB ⎡⎢⎣N⎤⎥⎦ ·
2
⎡⎢Nm⎤⎥
Mmax.=


10 · 1000

p
sin (180°/z)

Lantern
gear

Number
of teeth

z

d0

15
17
19
21
23
15
17
19
21
23
15
17
19
21
23
15
17
19
21
23

No.
TRB 15462
TRB 17462
TRB 19462
TRB 21462
TRB 23462
TRB 15501
TRB 17501
TRB 19501
TRB 21501
TRB 23501
TRB 15513
TRB 17513
TRB 19513
TRB 21513
TRB 23513
TRB 15548
TRB 17548
TRB 19548
TRB 21548
TRB 23548

PCD

Tip circle
Ø

Tooth
width

Pre-drilled
bore

Hub

Roller
chain

Ø

length

Pitch

Inner
width

Roller
Ø

p

b1
min.

d1
max.

dk
max.

B1

d

D

L

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

60,64
68,72
76,81
84,89
92,98
75,80
85,90
96,01
106,12
116,22
90,96
103,08
115,21
127,34
139,47
121,28
137,45
153,62
169,79
185,96

69,1
77,2
85,3
93,4
101,4
85,9
96,0
106,1
116,2
126,3
103,0
115,1
127,3
139,4
151,5
137,1
153,3
169,5
185,6
201,8

6,3
6,3
6,3
6,3
6,3
8,0
8,0
8,0
8,0
8,0
9,5
9,5
9,5
9,5
9,5
14,0
14,0
14,0
14,0
14,0

10
12
12
16
16
12
16
16
16
16
16
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25

30,5
38,5
46,5
54,5
63,0
45,5
55,5
66,0
76,0
86,0
45,0
57,0
69,0
81,0
93,0
75,0
91,0
107,0
123,0
140,0

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35
40
40
40
40
40

462
462
462
462
462
501
501
501
501
501
513
513
513
513
513
548
548
548
548
548

12,7
12,7
12,7
12,7
12,7
15,875
15,875
15,875
15,875
15,875
19,05
19,05
19,05
19,05
19,05
25,4
25,4
25,4
25,4
25,4

7,75
7,75
7,75
7,75
7,75
9,65
9,65
9,65
9,65
9,65
11,68
11,68
11,68
11,68
11,68
17,02
17,02
17,02
17,02
17,02

8,51
8,51
8,51
8,51
8,51
10,16
10,16
10,16
10,16
10,16
12,07
12,07
12,07
12,07
12,07
15,88
15,88
15,88
15,88
15,88

85

PLATE SPROCKETS FOR SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187
corresponding to ISO 606

B1
made of steel
p

Plate thickness = 4 mm
6 mm

as of z = 51

8 mm

as of z = 46

d0

d
b1
d1

445 (04)

450 (05 B-1)

455 (06 B-1)

Number
of teeth

p
b1
d1
B1

6,0 mm
2,7 mm
4,0 mm
2,6 mm

p
b1
d1
B1

8,0 mm
3,0 mm
5,0 mm
2,8 mm

p
b1
d1
B1

z

d0

d

d0

d

d0

d

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

21,30
23,18
25,07
26,96
28,86
30,75
32,65
34,55
36,45
38,36
40,26
42,16
44,06
45,97
47,87
49,78
51,68
53,59
57,40
61,21
63,12
65,03
66,93
68,84
70,75
72,65
76,47
86,01
108,92
124,19

6
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
10
12
14

28,40
30,91
33,43
35,95
38,48
41,01
43,54
46,07
48,60
51,14
53,68
56,21
58,75
61,29
63,83
66,37
68,91
71,45
73,99
76,53
79,08
81,62
84,16
86,70
89,25
91,79
94,33
96,88
99,42
101,96
114,68
145,22
165,59

8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
14
16

33,81
36,80
39,80
42,81
45,81
48,82
51,84
54,85
57,87
60,89
63,91
66,93
69,95
72,97
76,00
79,02
82,05
85,07
88,10
91,12
94,15
97,18
100,20
103,23
106,26
109,29
112,31
115,34
118,37
121,40
136,55
172,91
197,15

8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
16
16
20

Ind.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
45
57
65

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9,525 mm
5,720 mm
6,350 mm
5,300 mm

34 71.70 mm = 7.58 288.39 91.43 117.21 89.16 81.42 96.08 65.61 137.50 129. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 45 57 65 = 12.57 133.PLATE SPROCKETS FOR SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding to ISO 606 B1 made of steel p Plate thickness = 4 mm 331 (081) as of z = 41 d0 d b1 d1 331 (081) 332 462 (08 B-1) 501 (10 B-1) Number of teeth p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 z d0 d d0 d d0 mm mm mm mm 45.21 89.14 77.34 76.59 121.06 230.53 129.48 106.57 133.79 157.46 121.875 mm = 9.37 86.87 182.40 113.50 125.64 141.43 117.35 81.87 156.87 182.61 137.24 93.14 77.68 145.75 mm = 8.10 182.01 172.40 113.83 161.64 141.08 49.07 61.24 93.12 73.33 105.58 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 87 .75 153.83 161.100 mm d d0 d mm mm mm mm 45.36 109.53 129.79 157.07 61.18 85.18 328.96 167.83 161.30 101.79 146.24 93.20 mm = 15.72 149.160 mm = 9.18 85.70 mm = 3.70 mm = 4.08 65.74 141.66 131.18 85.08 49.06 230.00 mm = 12.61 137.650 mm = 10.72 149.33 105.68 145.27 97.35 227.43 121.92 161.19 192.75 153.16 81.33 105.70 136.88 mm = 7.46 121.87 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 25 56.30 mm = 7.87 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 Ind.10 69.68 145.07 57.45 101.36 109.16 81.30 101.14 77.12 73.54 262.06 262.21 89.10 69.24 197.07 53.10 69.12 73.35 61.36 109.50 125.08 65.14 187.05 177.27 97.87 182.55 116.62 126.50 mm = 12.07 53.07 53.75 153.57 133.83 151.34 66.72 149.30 101.07 57.51 mm = 7.79 157.07 57.08 49.54 - 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 - 45.27 97.64 141.29 202.75 mm = 4.51 111.75 mm = 3.40 113.07 61.

71 115.78 127.71 425.72 279.63 230.74 364.73 15 15 15 15 15 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 30 30 112.57 404.03 223.66 323.48 394.74 172.42 178.14 176.22 183.60 85.79 182.19 691.74 121.96 213.48 186.08 525.49 283.48 243.30 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 90.17 243.61 91.63 788.88 mm 16.93 243.11 354.39 364.16 98.83 323.36 291.04 164.29 374.38 485.32 162.07 mm 11.05 mm 11.14 267.35 657.29 207.79 226.43 299.20 182.10 mm = = = = 25.58 315.14 106.21 171.05 mm 18.46 212.23 146.19 352.40 mm 17.29 283.40 273.75 313.27 154.07 259.67 142.63 267.16 576.65 103.23 147.21 159.04 461.57 293.51 307.00 251.66 303.80 273.17 16 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 135.75 mm 19.67 132.95 151.68 152.50 388.60 20 20 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 .09 345.12 461.57 224.32 263.71 162.81 291.69 122.62 73.92 334.20 138.54 194.90 303.01 344.69 236.37 170.17 130.35 200.86 234.56 mm 19.74 242.90 202.86 139.40 mm 25.99 158.52 218.35 219.30 194.81 394.10 mm d d0 d mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 67.82 133.72 218.PLATE SPROCKETS FOR SIMPLEX ROLLER CHAINS ACCORDING TO DIN 8187 corresponding to ISO 606 B1 made of steel p d0 d b1 d1 513 (12 B-1) 548 (16 B-1) 563 (20 B-1) 596 (24 B-1) Number of teeth p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 p b1 d1 B1 z d0 Ind.60 79.10 233.41 206.50 mm d = = = = d0 38.55 255.10 mm 25.84 192.25 253.14 114.02 mm 15.38 384.67 455.20 364.67 109.25 188.15 122.60 546.21 275.60 202.99 328.25 195.68 mm 12. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 45 57 65 88 = = = = 19.62 97.90 145.40 mm 24.09 170.66 210.41 231.20 mm d = = = = d0 31.

0 63.7 25.5 110 = 0.001 170 0.8 63. chain types and dimensions on request. * * * * * * * * * * * * Select the coupling according to P n column (see below): Internal combustion engines 1.CHAIN COUPLINGS L Advantages: B • Elastic torque transmission • Fast decoupling by simply slackening the chain • Especially inexpensive G d D Example: A 4-cylinder diesel engine with P = 110 kW and n = 1400 rpm is to be coupled to a three-phase alternator .5 51.5 162.5 46. For enquiries and orders please supply the following details: 1. or alternatively torque to be transmitted 5. D l B G L q max.3613 8 000 6 000 6 000 5 500 5 500 4 500 3 000 2 500 2 500 2 000 1 800 1 200 1 200 1 000 800 10 12 12 15 15 15 25 25 30 30 40 50 50 60 75 38 33 45 44 60 75 90 125 120 165 180 180 220 260 300 20 22 25 28 32 35 40 50 60 70 75 80 100 120 150 8.50 43.4 85.9 70.5 170.5 3.1519 0.5954 0. kW/rpm rpm mm mm mm mm mm mm kg/piece 0.0390 0.5 186. without additional specifications we will supply sprockets on the basis of DIN 6885 sheet 1 89 .001 650 0. Required space Weight n max. Bores of coupling halves 6.2413 0.0 401.5 109. Other sprockets.0 126.00 * can also be supplied in maintenance-free Marathon design.30 27.5 272.0 29.0 107.160 3.0 78.2 15.000 405 0.0062 0.0 157.0 71. P = 1.5 29.5.5 226. Coupling No.9445 1.0246 0.7 46. number of teeth.517 0.0 466.107 0.013 0.0 Torque Flywheel effect Md mD2 P n Nm kgm2 38 60 95 150 240 380 600 940 1 480 2 350 3 700 5 800 9 200 14 500 23 000 0.1178 1400 n Dynamic load factors Drive machines Load type of driven machines Electric motors impact-free low impact high impact Coupling No.2 15.2 20. d min.83 3.250 7.dynamic load factor 1.50 138. Groove sizes (for keyways also tightening direction).7 53.41 0.3 53.5 137.710 4 cylinders and more less than 4 cylinders 1.g.5 2.004 740 0. I The calculation is as follows: 15 .0 The coupling next in size is No. Number of teeth 4. 462 14 MA Couplings are supplied unassembled and the loose chain is enclosed.0039 0.78 0.6 105.5 2.000 410 0.0 2.0097 0.0616 0. In this case please put MA after the number for the coupling.0 169.50 78.0 340.0 0.0 250.0 2.5 2.0965 0.3798 0. Chain pitch 3. Number of couplings 2.158 0.93 1.5 70.030 100 0.4 70.0 256.0 219.0 89. 548 18. 450 18 455 14 455 18 462 14 462 18 501 18 513 18 513 24 548 18 548 24 563 22 596 18 596 24 652 22 671 20 Ind. e.90 12.0154 0.0 1.41 0.97 10.940 18.65 37.0 55.882 1.00 231.7 20.4887 2.21 4.0 49.0 43.0 86.0 328.

4 7.9 3.0 16.4 11.4 2.9 8.4 1.9 7.7 3.1 9.4 4.1 4.4 4.0 5.0 6.0 28.7 4.1 1. For larger sprockets cast iron suffices in case of normal loads.8 - 0. 90 for shaft diameter Groove width d b more than 6 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 8 10 12 17 22 30 38 44 50 58 65 75 85 95 110 130 150 170 200 230 to “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 8 10 12 17 22 30 38 44 50 58 65 75 85 95 110 130 150 170 200 230 260 2.9 1.0 8.3 4.9 8. we will work according to DIN 6885 sheet 1.0 3.4 6.6 2. Plate sprockets type “A“ Sprocket with hub on one side type “B“ Sprockets made to specifications Sprockets can be manufactured to your specifications and drawings.4 5.6 1.6 2.5 3.7 3.9 3.0 2.4 6. 300 mm unalloyed steel with a steel strength of 500 .4 2.4 2.4 6.4 5.2 2.4 3.1 9.8 4.1 with with clearance oversize 1.4 2.2 3.2 3.4 8.9 7.1 2.7 2.4 4.2 - 1.0 18.4 9. For asymmetrical hub lengths the two hub sections I1 and I2 up to the centre of the sprocket must be stated in your order.1 9.4 2.4 0.1 2.4 3.4 10.2 2.0 32.8 3.1 8.7 1.4 5.5 5.8 2.4 5.0 4.4 4.0 36.4 2.4 2.5 6.4 3.9 3.4 9.7 3.0 4.1 1.4 12.5 6.1 5.0 4.2 3.0 25.1 5.4 2.7 2.1 11.7 3.0 22.3 3.3 2.0 10.5 0.4 3.1 3.0 2.5 6.9 4.2 6.0 56.8 1.4 2.1 8.1 10. For drive pinions subjected to high loads with speeds of more than 500 rpm or with chain speeds of more than 1m/s it is recommended to harden or to harden and temper the teeth to 50 ± 2 HRC.1 2.2 1.4 1.7 2.4 11.9 5.2 2.0 6885 Sheet 2 Keyways 6885 Sheet 3 6886 6887 Hollow keys Flat keys 6881/6889 6883/6884 Groove depth t2 with with clearance oversize 1. C45 and the like) are usually sufficient.2 2.0 20.5 0.1 4.0 45.9 3.1 11.5 4.4 2. Material grades For sprockets with a diameter of up to approx.1 10.9 4.7 2.SPROCKETS MADE TO SPECIFICATIONS Standard sprockets Standard sprockets can be supplied ex stock with custom bore or bored and grooved “ready-to-install“ at extra cost.4 2.5 4.3 2.1 10.4 2.9 1.1 4.7 1.0 12.1 10.4 7.0 - 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.3 3.3 3.1 1.4 6.3 1.4 - 3.4 1.4 6.6 2.1 2. DIN 6885 sheet 2 design B We manufacture hub groves only when specifically ordered by our customers.4 3.7 - .6 3.0 50. If no further specifications are given.4 6.0 40.600 N/mm² (S355JOC.1 11.2 1.4 3.4 2.5 6.5 5.2 2. GROOVE SIZES Feather keys b DIN 6885 Sheet 1 t2 d+t2 d Groove sizes for woodruff keys DIN 6888 are in accordance with: DIN 6885 sheet 1 (with clearance) design A.4 7.5 8.4 7.9 4. Sprockets with hub on both sides (type “C“) can be symmetrical or asymmetrical.2 1.1 8.0 14.7 4.

T 455 331 332.15 p e Triplex r e F A = = = = Tooth chamfer radius ≥ p Transverse pitch Undercut Centre to centre distance for separated chain strands (only for 2 x simplex roller chain. 120-3 140.1 120.95 10.0 7.6 28.30 4.0 7.75 38.4 87.55 72.0 88. 100-2.77 7.8 15.6 72.2 16.9 5.75 8.35 7. 40-2.64 10.4 21.0 9.5 8.35 6.0 9.8 42.6 26.7 133. T 501 513. T 596 613.00 6.0 9 9 10 11 13 15 12 15 9 16 18 18 20 19 23 27 42 42 50 63 76 79 97 116 10.1 11.45 48. A min.55 37. T 450 453 454 455.0 72. D 455. 80-3 100.68 15 20 25 31/33** 39/42** 48/51** 60 64 77 94 ** the second value only applies to chains of type series “H“ 91 .7 12.99 30.44 48.75 7.0 29.2 18.4 29.40 27.3 3.8 63.0 15.8 11.88 2.75 38.7 12. T 563 596.8 17. 100-3 120.1 53.9 34.99 38.0 224. T 652 671.85 9.0 36. 50-3 60. D 513.4 2.5 76.1 9.3 2.0 40.22 31.525 12.0 106.48 9.55 4.75 6.8 35.0 11.40 12.9 7.5 121. 80 H.875 19.88 15.0 8.50 5.0 12.58 39.7 5.5 6. 100 H.AXIAL PROFILE OF SPROCKETS FOR ROLLER CHAINS c B2 b B1 c c r r d0 e e A Simplex or 2 x simplex = = = = = F d0 d0 B1 b B2 B3 c B3 r F F b B2 Duplex Tooth width for simplex sprocket Tooth width for multiplex sprocket Tooth width over duplex sprocket Tooth width over triplex sprocket Chamfer of tooth width 0.38 6. T 671 679. 140-3 160.11 22.1 16.45 50.0 4.5 35.0 25.5 3⁄8 ½ 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 4.0 6.7 54.05 25. D 563. 35-3 40.2 7.2 114.0 28.0 31.1 44.00 5.51 8.21 39.875 15.92 16.1 to 0.0 3.4 30.3 15.0 57. 60-2. D 548.05 25.0 20.0 10. mm 440 445. 120-2.0 inch - 3⁄8 3⁄8 3⁄8 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 5⁄8 5⁄8 ¾ 1 1¼ 1½ 1¾ 2 2½ 3 Roller chains according to DIN 8188 (American type) 35.0 8.5 2.525 9.07 15.1 18.88 36. D 501.4 107.72 3.4 42.16 10.1 36. 60 H.7 14. T 679 5.0 6.7 12.3 73.5 2.0 15.23 25.4 31.7 23.91 15.75 7.2 6.0 43. 40-3 50.59 19.8 3.0 6.9 180.00 6. D 671.4 14. 200-2. 160-2.0 7. D 445 450.2 5.40 30.0 10.6 44.40 6.7 12.6 23. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 2.45 50. 60-3 80.7 34.37 48.0 15.4 9.78 29. 35-2.9 24.7 79.875 19.6 91. d1 h9 e B1 h14 b h14 B 2* B3* F min.80 3.8 63.9 5.7 12.0 7.2 23.87 58.88 19. T 462 500 501.13 14.56 25.4 36.16 11. D 679.38 18.1 29.6 5.26 5.40 7.2 4.2 49.75 7. 17 110 41 385 461 462.30 3.05 22.8 28.50 2. T 548 552 563.76 45.5 5.7 12.94 29.75 7.29 91. T 513 548. 160-3 200.0 18.4 69.0 45.7 15.2 43.5 24.3 47.05 25.10 45.0 6.6 178.0 8.0 10.08 7.0 8.1 30.90 25.57 15.4 7.1 44.68 17.9 145.8 18.2 Profile dimensions Pitch Inner width Roller Ø p b1 min.65 11.9 3.24 13.0 10.85 5.1 24.525 12.00 3.75 18.0 12.02 19.0 32.3 147.0 3.4 21.38 6. D 652. D 450.36 59. 200-3 * rounded off values 9.16 12.51 10. each with outer connecting side) Roller chains according to DIN 8187 (European type) Chain dimensions Chains No.525 9.0 25. 50-2.5 36.1 24.7 15. T 613 652.8 14.4 89.0 25.02 17.3 146.55 71.6 29. 140-2.3 7.72 3.0 8.0 23.20 4.2 8.21 2.0 24. D 596.46 31. D 613.94 5.5 88.29 35.56 58.88 19.6 30.0 8.6 2. D 462.0 16.22 25.40 28. 80-2.

00 For an even number of teeth the measure M is: M M = d0 + d1 M = p n + d1 For an uneven number of teeth the measure M is: over 2 measuring pins over 3 measuring pins M b) by means of a chain looped around the sprocket It must be possible to fully loop the chain around the sprocket quite easily. 25 teeth z = more than 25 teeth b) Bush chain sprockets dk = d0 + 0.7 .5 .8 d1 dk p : z : d1 : d0 : dk : df : Pitch Number of teeth Roller diameter. M 1 + cot α + d ( sinα ) M = d 0 cos α + d 1 2 M= p 2 M = p n cos α + d 1 2 M= p (n + cot α) + d1 2 1 Toothing check by means of a chain looped around the sprocket For permissible deviations of the measure M the tolerances of the root circle diameter (h11) apply. 0. 92 . . . . bushing diameter or pin diameter PCD Tip circle diameter Root circle diameter z = 6. 1. the chain cannot be looped around the sprocket and moves upwards on the tooth flanks after a few links). + 0.6 d1 dk = d0 + 0. the sprocket is defective and must be scrapped! In case of the root circle diameter being too long (i.e.8 . 0. 0.6 .7 d1 dk = d0 + 0.8 d1 = d0 cos α + 0.CALCULATION OF SPROCKET DIAMETERS PCD p d0 = d1 p p = pn = sin α sin (180°/z) Pitch polygon k Tip circle diameter dk r2 r1 a) Roller chain sprockets dk = p cot α + 0. . .8 d1 d1 the following applies with sufficient accuracy: d0 dk = d0 + 0. .01 but with the tolerance 0. . 12 teeth z = 13. .0 d1 c) Galle chain sprockets dk = d0 + d1 t : Pitch angel = 360° α = 180° z z x : Roller contact angle k : Tooth height above pitch polygon (Diameter of pitch polygon = p cot a) r1 : Tooth root radius r2 : Tooth profile radius 1 n : Factor for the number of teeth = 1 = sin (180°/z) sin α Root circle diameter df = d0 – d1 TOOTHING CHECK a) by measuring In order to check the sprocket toothing the root circle diameter must be determined by means of measuring pins with the same diameters as the chain rollers. . . If the toothing was milled too deeply. . . the sprocket can be milled again.

0188 35.0682 12.6554 35.6457 42.0369 20.3872 12.2284 30.1073 cot α z n cot α z n cot α z n cot α 1.9750 64.3313 49.8367 60.0717 76.7975 54.9336 72.0777 3.8802 24.6995 14.6074 22.1436 39.1529 18.3555 20.2968 71.4801 74.2898 15.5559 44.8349 25.2571 15.7501 69.6146 50.0172 28.8097 5.9482 22.1134 47.5166 17.7433 55.8902 59.6151 71.4517 25.2357 8.5021 31.8803 17.1515 53.5853 22.7896 26.1926 45.1109 11.3371 35.4792 53.8347 18.6740 20.9855 71.9716 57.2001 59.7952 68.4868 74.1997 31.7492 12.4366 61.5694 51.1585 46.1609 53.3355 28.6084 29.2755 7.4057 3.0683 48.0619 20.1112 40.6195 14.7804 40.5517 37.6946 49.3900 93 .8025 68.6906 42.4318 68.4171 40.3940 69.9784 71.4275 12.3273 42.6621 56.1964 52.3843 41.0306 70.5671 44.2361 3.2451 58.3815 13.0987 40.0617 55.2781 36.7534 76.2133 16.5668 65.8852 66.2067 73.6630 13.7500 48.7916 12.3007 14.9038 23.1253 18.6862 35.5320 16.7046 5.5144 9.5555 8.2223 23.9192 44.1564 39.3799 55.4725 10.1837 31.2037 45.7929 40.5622 16.1134 68.4737 11.5650 37.1531 25.1093 33.3464 63.8653 31.8147 25.6102 36.6605 70.1786 4.9829 64.8637 4.3889 55.5965 36.5744 65.5294 66.4768 67.7625 19.2441 16.2587 72.9100 30.3925 6.6613 7.7072 56.2987 38.4212 47.6123 43.2438 23.5597 51.1634 60.4341 54.4661 46.1167 75.0579 48.0783 76.4735 60.8854 45.8507 17.5267 59.2962 8.7443 27.4710 18.3048 2.7455 13.5167 24.8066 18.7095 7.6496 49.3441 13.5701 72.0641 34.7702 26.6118 64.7183 20.7310 34.3418 70.5495 3.0164 21.1584 67.6533 56.7549 62.6597 49.1693 17.1948 9.5243 52.9927 6.0811 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 19.8402 46.2085 59.9780 50.5633 58.8332 53.3012 64.2536 58.3178 28.8381 39.3111 21.2015 19.6646 63.5068 38.1258 5.9737 36.0267 7.6809 27.4285 61.6221 71.3808 27.0176 14.2940 43.4880 17.1332 25.1558 11.4417 75.9150 37.7256 27.4573 32.6567 63.7984 75.9353 58.7026 42.1028 47.3762 48.0635 13.9306 44.9260 16.3346 21.5791 58.6297 21.4295 40.0251 13.7321 2.8502 74.3489 70.6528 21.3915 62.7355 41.0660 41.2518 72.7599 76.3356 14.7051 70.3966 57.5220 45.0209 42.0494 34.7478 41.9710 22.8252 39.6083 57.8701 38.1158 54.5201 10.0757 69.7097 63.6008 43.4439 18.7758 33.7844 47.9757 43.7468 62.1477 46.1182 61.1078 26.7951 47.2919 36.9383 15.7123 70.4071 26.5180 31.1234 75.4275 33.2110 66.9238 3.2731 29.8338 10.2375 44.3495 5.4842 67.4351 75.3439 7.3835 62.0572 4.4699 53.1096 12.8362 32.4126 33.7883 54.4746 39.5148 52.2467 37.3865 48.7321 4.5916 29.6131 2.0652 62.6537 14.5184 59.8477 67.4391 68.9329 51.7999 61.7062 13.2484 65.5468 30.5217 66.1532 10.4768 46.4317 47.9285 37.3349 56.6346 6.6138 8.5319 73.2023 10.0235 70.2511 51.6574 42.2863 50.8051 75.3414 49.2562 65.8450 60.2902 29.7395 48.7524 55.9641 43.6047 50.0440 27.7574 69.3385 63.9804 57.2488 44.8884 73.7892 19.5758 15.5620 23.VALUES FOR “n“ AND cot α z 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 n 2.7458 34.3625 27.0538 41.6079 15.3438 56.5958 7.8752 9.0255 56.6195 64.0707 55.6537 28.9301 65.0625 27.4963 24.1066 54.9720 29.9926 21.6363 28.9717 15.1100 61.5198 38.3813 4.6414 35.7019 63.6982 56.8743 45.0166 56.6713 5.8593 24.8845 10.3229 35.1551 60.7910 33.8403 67.7437 20.3678 34.8380 11.8205 32.3038 71.0886 26.6982 21.2963 50.8877 52.8833 38.3138 6.4260 26.0755 6.9787 8.9552 7.1659 67.4255 19.1984 17.2900 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 169 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 57.5251 73.4422 5.1545 32.2892 22.8426 53.3392 42.3800 20.7006 35.1984 24.2825 43.3868 69.5632 30.8293 46.9158 8.0684 69.8927 66.9547 29.7048 49.1778 24.8434 74.4249 54.4300 11.4713 25.3823 34.0231 49.4727 32.9680 50.9314 9.0129 49.9230 51.5770 72.9266 58.9405 72.5408 23.8815 31.1617 74.0201 63.8817 59.2935 64.2667 22.1685 74.2449 30.0090 42.8945 16.4940 4.6170 57.2136 73.2491 9.1884 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 38.4142 2.0765 2.1389 32.0942 33.7917 11.7917 61.9378 65.5668 9.8953 73.2034 66.0046 35.0279 63.1208 68.7475 3.9256 23.3722 41.9994 28.4817 60.9818 14.4620 39.6990 28.8781 52.2333 37.0732 62.7588 6.9267 30.6671 70.2414 51.5110 45.9598 36.2060 52.0273 5.0000 2.3997 19.

7 112.24 209.18 203.36 109.01 43.95 72.8 80.37 101.0 66.8 183.91 175. 454 455 D 455 T 455 17.9 113.9 264.67 151.5 58.53 79.0 132.17 90.95 Number of teeth PCD PCD Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø z d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 17.50 125.98 178.91 169.81 48.48 41.67 151.75 160.1 128.9 54.0 117.8 182.18 85.73 157.5 126.78 163.6 131.22 175.68 145.7 77.47 78.30 101.9 114.SPROCKETS .43 117.30 23.1 59.9 46.7 248.42 222.29 82.30 37.5 162.15 200.35 12.4 82.72 38.68 145.2 39.97 76.9 268.67 108.72 100.6 77.96 60.5 74.0 208.28 124.99 279.8 48.51 107.8 117.5 29.1 156.95 160.38 218.5 155.2 33.3 71.3 144.7 113.05 109.9 111.43 127.0 56.8 118.6.18 198.14 77.74 93.42 51.5 83.6 85.58 142.09 194.33 96.26 206.9 110.8 48.58 89.3 105.7 69.5 56.3 78.2 129.0 119.6 44.8 101.9 56.5 154.81 166.81 166.5 165.9 40.5 103.12 94.3 147.99 87.25 91.46 99.46 226.68 73.22 82.1 131.65 95.1 66.86 111.9 106.31 101.61 145.9 134.32 66.2 87.5 86.05 85.1 213.2 212.85 57.04 79.10 128.PCD d0 AND TIP CIRCLE DIAMETER dk for roller chains according to DIN 8187.9 194.7 167.70 250.7 177.47 24.59 140.93 68.10 69.0 204.24 93.4 75.0 9.7 180.38 80.5 86.41 129.75 32.3 92.6 168.4 76.29 63.85 169.40 124.1 82.55 139.55 36.1 41.96 28.21 28.4 81.09 71.4 98.60 54.07 26.00 79.72 149.22 147.4 143.95 38.87 49.8 57.62 242.7 119.6 53.8 96.6 43.12 65.54 234.0 128.8 260.5 34.1 67.4 155.0 91.06 186.3 62.4 39.9 48.74 114.3 115.8 36.75 72.50 135.86 76.0 .8 104.6 42.16 81.3 78.01 87.0 59.02 182.3 35.46 120.83 262.20 103.63 81.0 123.12 197.16 86.2 86.2 108.5 100.8 49.97 76.8 94.1 110.7 52.1 110.4 153.5 232.3 30.19 105.8 175.2 110.01 129.18 203.00 185.1 89.79 30.3 135.68 56.6 93.59 168.3 62.0 202.9 21.93 69.08 106.2 161.1 200.4 147.2 37.8 100.91 66.8 28.46 121.49 133.7.91 33.95 72.3 220.70 89.08 65.74 254.0 179.9 69.88 99.07 49.94 178.80 42.2 67.95 173.5 236.81 36.86 30.9 109.7 75.9 136.7 85.27 212.1 214.2 134.0 277.95 132.6 108.3 143.81 45.83 49.29 112. DIN 8188 and works-standard Chain No.75 160.83 66.66 246.0 192.6 244.2 138.8 102.8 188.9 62.91 175.19 126.07 48.31 31.89 41.73 65.2 102.4 79.0 115.64 141.14 194.81 36.2 33.92 131.23 106.61 145.14 63.1 216.07 57.5 158.8 103.6 173.52 136.79 94.8 169.9 273.12 197.5 123.7 87.1 289.1 211.96 33.79 258.4 120.4 152.07 53.9 199.91 71.40 59.1 125.3 113.52 136.06 45.89 63.2 85.37 121.1 126.26 109.33 105.13 36.20 103.96 104.16 44.1 204.45 38.6 159.83 112.94 178.10 107.1 285.90 103.0 120.66 46.0 41.1 27.12 73.68 53.57 133.66 74.03 66.82 51.9 64.8 90.2 74.07 88.08 49.6 101.6 27.9 72.18 100.525 5.58 238.7 45.27 97.6 98.5 109.9 92.9 107.8 88.3 166.89 63.1 61.73 157.31 39.26 109.8 115.64 148.83 91.8 185.92 110.91 270.3 70.0 8.6 90.3 69.9 195.36 93.6 163.4 98.5 177.1 123.49 57.7 95.7 45.55 35.8 73.08 81.0 281.49 105.15 200.15 97.37 122.4 80.7 53.46 130. 41 110.9 123.07 44.4 104.3 127.2 208.6 174.8 189.6 62.5 51.8 106.1 133.36 40.1 51.07 61.88 172.7 61.1 105.0 3.00 185.0 188.86 127.81 84.3 74.0 205.50 163.0 83.10 91.0 207.1 62.3 143.81 45.1 217.3 38.13 142.7 252.59 55.13 170.9 72.04 165.6 54.13 98.64 116.89 22.4 171.9 198.40 113.0 151.5 39.83 161.20 84.5 50.85 57.27 212.31 115.87 266.4 82.5 85.81 48.2 64.5 66.79 157.5 151.40 124.57 76.21 63.4 90.56 97.05 85.87 165.4 149.12 94.2 94.9 179.9 113.6 91.97 47.80 39.0 5.6 88.95 95.01 108.54 46.8 24.70 154.5 42.21 58.3 146.30 210.2 65.43 35. 440 445 D 450 450 D 450 T 450 35 35-2 35-3 453.78 163.7 179.5 40.74 23.6 94.8 256.14 114.2 141.2 46.25 47.8 67.10 91.7 96.4 125.1 75.4 149.4 156.58 142.7 37.03 283.6 240.7 159.2 45.6 182.95 274.34 214.80 42.48 43.42 101.43 127.5 31.53 129.29 112.45 73.7 7.1 33.6 170.75 .19 55.7 97.03 188.02 82.0 196.22 202.9 184.7 29.9 191.2 64.07 88.6 89.77 122.7 176.26 109.91 68.2 All dimensions in mm 94 Tip circle Ø .26 42.1 43.18 100.01 52.86 155.46 130.65 34.1 132.08 9.0 201.8 49.9 192.97 182.15 97.24 209.91 66.2 64.68 173.09 194.54 97.2 140.4 60.00 79.63 27.23 119.3 46.0 58.31 152.3 139.0 4.9 53.50 230.1 129.5 57.04 137.84 70.8 141.70 154.2 138.82 51.27 74.2 59.92 89.7 46.37 58.9 32.55 62.14 53.84 54.37 68.99 76.2 43.9 146.525 6.0 100.7 98.9 174.21 89.64 148.4 150.77 178.40 157.0 122.2 68.5 102.4 33.3 83.2 6.40 30.6 92.6 171.18 25.1 131.2 137.8 50.0 44.38 31.10 190.32 20.97 182.60 51.0 99.0 77.7 164.5 159.31 115.32 124.55 118.9 52.28 103.7 98.62 84.7 171.7 94.5 79.7 104.0 67.3 54.61 137.34 118.0 55.21 206.0 116.87 60.2 127.5 164.1 70.06 191.85 169.93 69.37 121.60 112.6 21.75 153.7 136.2 35. 18.5 161.4 224.30 36.1 210.3 106.80 39.84 54.75 61.8 186.40 85.6 121.5 82.78 51.11 86.6 25.21 206.8 71.5 80.4 228.0 119.4 58.06 191.3 216.49 133.23 106.55 139.68 117.83 133.0 90.5 167.8 107.3 70.77 150.76 92.45 19.9 95. 331 40 40-2 40-3 Pitch p Roller Ø d1 5.05 25.2 135.78 57.4 77.03 188.45 78.2 22.75 19.2 131.87 60.5 26.31 61.0 111.34 118.02 82.50 70.3 73.88 172.

4 343.6 359.3 107.72 218.48 394.75 525.8 295.5 189.4 233.1 380.9 621.73 533.34 71.37 86.53 328.78 252.4 118.28 388.67 414.48 788.51 15.6 56.5 732.3 221.58 707.74 254.07 657.99 316.8 671.36 109.4 184.6 178.26 667.4 720.3 180.64 141.9 712.10 233.6 590. 460 461 462 D 462 T 462 50 H 50 HX 50 50-2 50-3 Pitch p Roller Ø d1 12.82 133.73 247.7 86.2 469.21 159.42 412.69 343.12 73.2 108.8 82.74 242.91 270.1 379.74 141.54 194.95 534.62 126.3 392.2 135.0 203.92 161.8 375.60 85.0 154.5 356.05 11.0 54.51 307.25 188.0 245.21 275.54 234.91 169.35 200.50 376.4 133.75 715.01 344.39 364.23 Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø z d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 45.53 129.4 312.39 91.3 416.1 611.38 384.99 279.14 114.22 202.9 303.95 274.10 849.SPROCKETS .87 727.5 361.51 321.1 215.98 267.3 113.7 600.62 242.57 133.57 327.3 197.1 294.1 148.5 123.5 404.25 195.95 151.6 280.23 146.04 437.3 62.7 286.1 240.1 453.68 242.1 249.97 356.81 339.8 348.09 328.0 288.19 558.4 265.66 606.68 152.3 255.77 424.0 307.61 91.1 258.2 261.1 246.1 168.69 339.2 327.1 696.0 181.7 139.38 212.8 263.6 174.86 636.46 121.57 224.96 167.63 703.33 308.6 529.24 197.9 384.7 124.5 156.97 647.49 283.0 98.8 143.6 343.14 655.83 262.4 661.3 269.1 570.38 218.5 123.15 449.72 812.11 354.0 132.4 477.60 79.2 257.08 49.5 80.8 224.1 99.9 173.4 260.6 421.14 194.37 687.30 101.8 228.05 556.8 143.8 428.68 123.50 125.0 311.3 335.4 184.1 319.7 691.01 172.4 188.6 131.29 202.6 416.9 701.07 Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø 80 H 548 80 HX D 548 T 548 80 80-2 80-3 100 HX 100 100-2 100-3 25.96 445.40 113.0 367.2 254.3 391.5 351.15 566.4 119.8 354.57 293.35 485.2 169.8 659.5 270.55 116.9 465.9 232.12 382.82 541.7 135.3 262.6 282.5 239.02 643.05 177.0 373.2 107.8 209.0 722.1 550.09 170.26 461.5 432.5 580.17 243.98 178.57 517.2 385.29 283.PCD d0 AND TIP CIRCLE DIAMETER dk for roller chains according to DIN 8187.38 313.76 436.2 140.1 481.9 276.4 318.65 525.06 376.7 8.74 331.1 103.3 805.1 22.95 173.9 441.5 196.71 400.8 456.21 291.84 192.0 91.66 303.2 538.3 479.86 254.4 15.6 440.0 160.0 378.09 279.69 236.7 427.9 197.14 176.70 250.7 285.6 204.30 400.07 50.3 205.2 256.98 558.7 164.0 307.2 331.4 266.07 53.2 793.14 267.9 152.58 232.79 353.79 146.93 425.45 315.9 93.1 326.6 275.1 321.5 337.35 81.71 162.7 220.08 283.72 509.33 105.17 667.6 278.35 586.00 251.2 189.36 396.7 133.9 530.48 323.67 142.78 618.7 342.31 570.32 162.27 154.99 740.16 Number of teeth PCD Tip circle Ø PCD 500 501 501 501 60 60-2 60-3 60 H 60 HX 513 D 513 T 513 515 517 19.6 128.6 336.03 223.1 400.9 554.9 361.1 246.8 295.4 273.8 545.4 551.8 90.0 866.6 829.63 230.5 77.34 76.38 679.5 70.5 115.33 303.7 367.2 623.8 214.24 485.41 231.60 202.55 255.21 89.3 505.8 190.5 215.81 351.7 290.5 671.2 317.86 139.75 19.26 206.07 57.4 115.9 93.63 267.64 338.83 151.19 340.4 281.0 156.60 497.20 364.67 109.79 226.97 837.5 205.5 285.7 184.6 251.62 73.52 218.2 408.36 406.4 570.06 455.2 489.42 178.40 273.60 388.68 428.86 434.28 303.0 95.08 469.6 199.34 66.66 323.8 269.90 145.5 270.88 31.74 172.7 123.14 106.23 764.5 289.44 404.69 122.0 459.1 195.67 132.7 537.4 166.1 641.32 263.60 800.22 183.7 216.3 651.20 380.10 190.3 227.27 677.46 212.16 465.04 273.74 121.66 616.23 147.70 136.0 241.48 222.3 397.50 691.42 582.1 All dimensions in mm 95 .6 194.22 147.71 115.2 154.86 234.17 130.80 248.6 509.25 253.4 403.82 412.75 345.92 334.07 259.7 82.58 315.53 227.0 172.35 207.93 243.3 164.10 182.58 333.7 257.0 209.5 324.84 521.5 245.7 197.55 424.81 291.48 186.9 306.2 103.7 428.2 245.4 66.14 187.4 331.3 160.2 319.85 535.52 412.96 213.30 210.65 103.6 489.84 62.66 131.9 230.93 363.3 398.29 207.92 260.45 596.5 409.78 127.35 61.8 294.4 424.99 158.9 368.6 744.05 PCD Tip circle Ø PCD 563 D 563 T 563 120 HX 120 120-2 120-3 38.87 266.9 297.7 448.1 164.25 576.4 179.29 374.46 226.6 330.1 99.6 347.61 137.91 .54 594.23 298.9 87.1 526.34 214.24 394.2 58.0 631.5 562.42 96.2 112.63 333.5 521.19 192.9 149.88 262.9 136.2 708.48 243.07 61.49 485.8 841.95 546.50 230.6 276.5 200.38 473.12.72 279.27 297.0 142.8 756.6 212.5 499.74 348.57 404.92 453.61 74.63 237.7 225.51 111.60 420.29 352.20 138.43 318.93 267.21 171.06 566.83 323.1 235.55 505.8 610.1 781.6 67.3 306.02 182.9 684.66 246.84 444.0 473.02 278.8 438.08 65.3 184.16 98.8 300.0 562.9 599.4 489.97 273.56 606.0 282.9 449.4 270.4 408.15 122.9 236.0 311.59 121.8 519.04 164.8 147.5 418.6 233.90 631.12 372.9 219.7 221.75 313.00 461.13 288.1 253.15 285.25 475.79 157.87 165.37 170.42 222.36 776.3 341.4 346.2 105.5 415.5 817.3 111.76 626.9 368.9 225.9 185.11 752.2 172.43 117.18 85.72 149.06 186.79 258.75 153.7 357.10 69.20 182.9 246.6 74.58 238.43 299.90 549.9 237.2 336.89 347.35 219.14 77.4 72.87 156.5 117.33 493.8 586.41 501.16 81.8 501.5 172.4 111.85 824.875 10.6 213.9 514.45 101.36 291.4 635.0 316.3 250.6 208.65 515.2 300.6 681.48 697.0 540.18 293.6 127.4 148.49 418.2 578.27 97.6 574.83 257.6 160.87 357.4 192.3 327.7 78.41 206.18 198.4 513.4 277.7 144.16 477.0 392.1 164.07 546.5 647.30 194.62 97.39 309.0 209.15 99.9 854.0 154.7 433.90 202.1 388.9 769.8 138.2 176.2 497.49 509.03 283. DIN 8188 and works-standard Chain No.79 182.8 87.90 303.18 388.3 465.2 67.66 210.68 145.1 159.45 495.2 560.7 204.0 230.48 106.3 265.83 161.24 93.0 238.05 364.7 286.43 217.4 351.3 174.2 221.8 129.99 370.8 355.

0 944.1 818.5 696.55 308.8 303.34 326.2 676.15 298.44 1019.36 857.13 1132.26 Tip circle Ø PCD Tip circle Ø d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk d0 dk 157.3 329.9 502.06 284.73 869.75 946.5 714.85 824.15 298.65 526.27 228.41 342.07 389.5 882.28 1310.7 540.29 352.0 863.5 391.6 911.5 493.82 1002.45 25.0 650.49 970.4 601.50 691.5 288.1 672.8 928.6 777.0 315.4 698.6 528.87 727.7 830. Pitch p Roller Ø d1 38.77 707.21 708.2 941.13 1314.72 1552.2 470.0 539.01 524.78 618.0 409.9 798.84 521.5 243.49 467.05 446.4 615.90 991.99 316.9 187.7 898.0 587.0 585.74 199.9 273.7 1009 1025 1041 1057 1074 1090 1106 1122 1138 1155 225.1 980.32 962.6 613.79 227.19 558.9 656.7 668.61 1140.32 1213.71 400.SPROCKETS .49 467.3 759.04 437.10 1112.0 925.97 837.61 792.32 962.1 577.3 457.4 700.95 1395.6 455.60 388.5 884.90 821.04 835.99 740.5 554.47 1067.16 1415.54 1354.49 679.6 714.5 39.0 229.1 421.82 462.7 217.81 546.8 717.22 All dimensions in mm 96 44.4 213.37 680.4 376.61 583.2 311.70 1649.80 1099.9 412.33 260.2 601.96 1116.68 889.1 514.40 566.39 276.65 986.6 PCD 160 HX 160 160-2 160-3 613 D 613 T 613 140 HX 140 140-2 140-3 596 R 596 SX 596 D 596 T 596 44.5 967.25 195.4 955.75 495.5 174.80 1262.6 797.5 969.91 722.96 1577.27 552.68 Tip circle Ø PCD 679 D 679 T 679 76.3 836.64 324.7 896.94 623.14 1092.45 1625.47 976.23 764.5 246.41 318.6 698.4 278.2 684.24 439.79 405.4 919.99 502.28 212.3 490.6 933.0 262.20 777.8 458.56 776.3 798.PCD d0 AND TIP CIRCLE DIAMETER dk for roller chains according to DIN 8187.48 243.4 1000 1021 1041 1061 1082 1102 1122 1142 1163 1183 1203 1223 1243 1264 1284 1304 1324 1345 1365 1385 1405 1425 1445 270.7 372.4 895.96 789.4 571.04 835.76 1359.92 426.67 647.8 604.61 990.2 982.98 270.2 358.25 1407.3 528.32 647.8 395.1 419.74 340.45 437.8 998.63 703.3 530.93 712.2 555.61 792.2 763.52 922.4 443.9 429.8 500.1 443.75 715.77 171.04 825.2 960.11 1213.37 .41 760.0 1010.8 358.41 231.3 909.6 939.1 755.1 840.2 769.9 685.0 820.8 571.00 411.93 1294.58 748.05 736.60 497.36 665.49 506.7 726.13 518.7 544.38 473.42 582.93 425.9 960.01 524.77 707.77 382.63 267.37 305.8 573.6 860.94 1674.14 1035.34 285.4 370.9 741.5 544.18 948.19 405.39 728.91 255.9 658.72 1273.38 679.68 385.3 297.7 416.1 670.67 1043.36 665.21 159.19 1698.55 354.4 641. DIN 8188 and works-standard Chain No.58 365.1 782.75 1374.54 580.46 1528.86 850.0 374.72 812.84 356.5 542.4 516.5 400.5 286.75 905.30 1132.7 414.17 631.9 480.44 340.84 906.5 814.7 749.89 920.6 799.1 842.3 202.8 514.75 495.61 891.3 386.88 397.18 849.12 910.49 1431.10 1011.1 285.1 268.63 693.6 783.9 913.26 535.7 981.81 608.51 950.1 231.32 421.50 390.44 559.21 171.20 1601.46 292.07 874.98 567.2 856.24 312.79 607.3 388.08 1189.19 750.42 325.33 764.1 473.44 340.91 1193.97 1019.65 368.0 330.0 565.85 485.49 485.34 326.5 309.5 245.09 328.34 1334.76 213.62 481.86 599.5 652.1 492.3 674.3 425.1 757.20 466.30 898.31 930.5 402.5 211.8 847.7 728.30 1031.46 877.2 771.1 516.52 1334.6 260.2 854.58 .14 655.47 663.8 575.66 606.84 241.26 461.8 28.42 801.33 954.89 920.05 736.75 806.0 162.0 371.96 373.0 317.12 425.9 258.36 248.44 298.3 844.8 301.81 291.1 360.2 519.5 441.8 188.9 334.62 481.53 849.59 414.14 587.22 651.6 587.1 832.20 841.7 983.5 351.47 778.1 747.3 636.2 504.7 485.15 449.7 558.8 808.2 274.4 868.4 613.0 927.8 186.30 244.23 147.0 656.7 556.88 397.4 310.4 686.19 750.31 1233.7 215.75 173.50 1051.9 879.02 643.42 550.77 768.4 Tip circle Ø dk 150.39.72 279.7 453.10 849.55 354.4 771.2 939.3 331.32 607.72 469.08 637.9 958.0 735.4 615.54 580.74 185.00 1383.07 546.34 829.1 595.8 224.33 764.1 323.08 637.91 722.8 344.39 364.22 1504.57 566.8 996.8 666.75 806.4 838.27 552.82 412.9 431.3 431.29.5 629.2 879.1 701.5 627.58 453.17 938.24 439.74 1455.95 487.45 27.19 340.49 679.9 260.98 971.30 1051.88 809.47 294.25 744.7 813.61 990.5 397.5 506.9 812.37 1116.60 800.0 157.0 617.1 236.90 303.50 1152.1 346.7 321.74 185.75 171.7 641.7 625.01 615.63 679.28 534.47 778.72 792.0 347.0 407.26 667.11 752.6 345.6 343.4 953.90 631.98 270.88 510.84 1165.56 1237.9 739.46 877.14 538.77 382.55 255.90 1092.4 976.9 723.31 196.54 594.90 1068.57 704.7 487.6 787.21 Tip circle Ø PCD 200 HX 200 200-2 200-3 671 SX D 671 T 671 63.7 523.52 1253.34 486.5 471.32 863.1 229.2 199.5 327.03 688.98 632.94 Tip circle Ø PCD 652 D 652 T 652 50.6 382.9 553.4 856.75 905.2 272.70 438.78 695.9 638.6 858.76 213.47 976.71 1172.35 265.99 753.7 643.0 1012.7 636.22 651.5 1007 1031 1055 1080 1104 1128 1153 1177 1201 1226 1250 1274 1298 1323 1347 1371 1395 1420 1444 1468 1493 1517 1541 1565 1590 1614 1638 1663 1687 1711 1735 .1 25.2 662.0 474.9 826.91 255.29 207.37 453.7 495.06 284.85 668.48 788.3 717.7 446.00 922.0 180.2 686.67 594.0 372.40 566.03 934.3 432.4 Number of teeth PCD z d0 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 135.3 200.00 411.70 970.49 627.7 795.65 368.49 345.44 366.72 582.6 593.8 467.95 534.6 712.18 948.61 891.84 241.2 899.78 728.2 568.21 995.04 1286.98 1480.22 183.3 589.15 809.1 534.1 445.1 737.3 248.39 245.09 728.5 868.70 1071.5 733.5 473.4 785.11 511.7 393.63 693.52 873.63 825.29 196.77 171.92 890.74 199.31 570.3 459.2 690.0 620.9 766.8 295.12 425.8 289.36 776.37 453.67 594.90 821.50 376.72 509.63 1083.79 227.88 510.94 623.81 608.17 656.7 811.9 911.03 934.5 992.2 48.14 538.35 219.18 849.24 312.2 599.4 783.7 710.3 757.9 885.32 863.8 360.9 828.9 743.4 870.

g. Thus the shaft and the respective part it is to be connected to are friction-locked. The bushings are subsequently radially and axially adjustable to change positions without difficulty and backlash-free.ETP BUSHING FOR SHAFT . e. easily and permanently onto shafts. This means more efficiency due to: 1. particularly bearings. a shaft with a diameter of 30 mm fitted with the proper bushing transmits at least 340 Nm. sealing ring. The ETP bushing is easy to repair. levers and other machine parts fast. Here is an example for a shaft diameter of 40 mm with a feather key connection: a) Shaft material St 60 b) Shaft material 42 CrMo4 Md approx.HUB CONNECTIONS The ETP shaft bushing is a high-quality clamping element. the piston forces the pressure medium in the double-walled sleeve against the walls. Subsequent machining on the old shaft will not be necessary. Lower dimensioning of other components. Material savings 2. Simply slide bushing and hub onto the shaft and tighten the few clamping screws.TO . Adjusting the transmission elements is never a problem. Fine adjustments are possible. the shaft diameter can be reduced by max. i.e. The bushing can always be re-used. Bushing after tightening of clamping screws The ETP bushing consists of five parts: double-walled sleeve filled with pressure medium. Grooves. Pressure flange Clamping screws 97 . 25 % (2 x groove depth). There will be no frictional corrosion since micro-movements are prevented due to the solid connection. pressure flange and clamping screws (3. toothed wheels. After tightening the screws with the required clamping torque Manz . almost the entire bushing lies against shaft and hub. 230 Nm Md approx. The maximum working temperature is 85°C. tapers and inside threads are no longer necessary. 6 or 8 screws). 310 Nm The ETP bushing transmits 800 Nm (at 20° Centigrade). piston. a small torque wrench (up to 32 Nm) would be absolutely perfect. 4. which mounts components such as sprockets. Since it is not necessary to mill grooves into the shaft. The pressure medium is resistant to material fatigue. However. it can easily be mounted to a new sprocket. The transmissible torques easily exceed the allowable values of the shaft torsional stresses. and the clamping force of the bushing will persist. t Sealing ring Piston Double-walled sleeve filled with pressure medium When the screws are being tightened. A 100 mm ETP bushing will then be non-slip up to a static moment of at least 12500 Nm. The only required tool is a simple hexagon wrench.

FN is the transmissible axial force at a torque of 0.90 2.5 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 13 13 13 13 13 13 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 0. the pressure reached at the maximum clamping torque requires a minimum wall thickness of the hub as well as a minimum hub length (see table). Hub length LN Steel Cast iron Nm kg mm mm mm 4. technical specifications and other details were correct at the time of printing.18 0.40 1.18 0.46 0.1 37.11 0.22 0.0 11.39 4.21 0. but are subject to change.0 59. MN is the transmissible torque at an axial force of 0.00 3. Clearance L Hub dimensioning Depending on the material used.93 1.ETP BUSHING FOR SHAFT .62 3. hub bore hole H7.10 1.73 1. Manz is the clamping torque of the clamping screws to reach MN or FN.58 0.34 0. The distance (t) will diminish with increasing clearance.30 0.6 108 124 153 173 194 216 239 264 Clamping screws FN at 20°C Number 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 Thread M4 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M5 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 M8 Weight Hub Ø DN min.1 26. = 1 [μm]. Dimensions. In case of exceedingly high tolerances the pressure flange will connect to the sleeve without the surface pressure required for the torque transmission being reached. if the tolerance zone of the bushing connection does not comply with the recommended values. Fit tolerances ETP bushings have been designed for the following fit tolerances: t Shafts Ø h8 – k6 (except 15 mm ø: h7).HUB CONNECTIONS 5max.80 0.8 77.2 19.75 0.60 0. Permissible roughness depth: Ra max = 3 / Ra min.40 0.3 45.3 13.25 2.TO .4 53.4 16.1 31. D1Ø dØ DØ DN L L1 L2 LN d D D1 L L1 L2 MN Order number mm mm mm mm mm mm Nm kN ETP-15/23-17 ETP-19/28-21 ETP-20/28-22 ETP-22/32-22 ETP-24/34-25 ETP-25/34-27 ETP-28/39-29 ETP-30/41-32 ETP-32/43-34 ETP-35/47-37 ETP-38/50-41 ETP-40/53-43 ETP-42/55-45 ETP-45/59-49 ETP-48/62-52 ETP-50/65-53 ETP-55/71-58 ETP-60/77-64 ETP-65/84-68 ETP-70/90-72 ETP-75/95-85 ETP-80/100-90 ETP-85/106-95 ETP-90/112-100 ETP-95/120-105 ETP-100/125-110 15 19 20 22 24 25 28 30 32 35 38 40 42 45 48 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 23 28 28 32 34 34 39 41 43 47 50 53 55 59 62 65 71 77 84 90 95 100 106 112 120 125 36 45 45 49 49 49 55 57 60 63 65 70 70 77 80 83 88 95 102 113 118 123 129 135 143 148 17 21 22 22 25 27 29 32 34 37 41 43 45 49 52 53 58 64 68 72 85 90 95 100 105 110 28 34 40 35 38 41 43 46 50 53 57 60 62 66 70 72 77 85 90 94 108 114 119 127 132 139 32 39 45 40 43 46 48 51 55 58 62 65 67 72 76 78 83 91 96 100 114 122 127 135 140 147 43 88 125 135 175 195 280 340 410 540 700 800 940 1180 1370 1620 2110 2750 3430 4300 5300 6400 7700 9100 10700 12500 5.9 64.22 0. 98 Please note: the torque transmission (M) is influenced in a negative way. .5 23.6 14.28 0.9 93.4 41.81 35 42 42 48 51 51 59 62 65 71 75 80 83 89 93 98 107 116 126 135 143 150 159 168 180 188 46 56 56 64 68 68 78 82 86 94 100 106 110 118 124 130 142 154 168 180 190 200 212 224 240 250 12 16 22 17 20 22 24 27 29 32 36 38 40 44 47 48 53 59 63 67 80 85 90 95 100 105 Manz.56 4.7 9.

our chain tensioners SPANN-BOY® and SPANNBOX® offer perfect solutions. For controlling purposes SPANN-BOY® and SPANN-BOX® can be fitted with limit or proximity switches. Apart from chain tension wheels. but also chain re-tensioning to compensate for elongation is of crucial importance for a satisfactory life cycle of a chain drive. We can also supply SPANN-BOY® and SPANN-BOX® with casings or springs made of stainless steel.AUTOMATIC CHAIN TENSIONERS SPANN-BOX® AND SPANN-BOY® Not only correct lubrication and wheel alignment. SPANN-BOX® size 0 SPANN-BOY® Typ-KL SPANN-BOX® size 1 with sprocket SPANN-BOX® size 1 with deflecting profile SPANN-BOX® size 1 with arch profile SPANN-BOX® size 1 with arch profile and limit switch SPANN-BOX® size 2 with block profile Typ-KS 99 .Due to different sizes and profiles they cover almost all application areas.

5 679 76.96 132 .7 501 15.1 T 596 38.82 296 .AUTOMATIC CHAIN TENSIONERS SPANN-BOX® AND SPANN-BOY® Arch profile Chain Pitch Size No.32 - 132 .164 444 .7 D 462 12.64 174 .05 548 25.32 116 .45 T 613 44.4 563 31.1 D 596 38.60 - 58 .8 671 63.8 D 652 50.525 462 12.875 T 501 15.32 - 132 .454 1 spring released 2 springs released 3 springs released The chain weight should not be higher than the force of a spring already released by 50%.180 148 .7 T 462 12.4 T 548 25.525 T 455 9.875 513 19.2 D 679 76.60 - 58 .875 D 501 15.05 T 513 19.8 T 652 50.1 613 44.75 D 563 31.5 D 671 63. mm 0 30 1 not mentioned chains with width up to 15 mm 455 9.60 264 .75 596 38. 100 heavy .75 T 563 31.236 786 .45 D 613 44.116 524 .4 D 548 25.5 T 671 63.525 D 455 9.246 262 . Further combinations and profiles made to specification are also available. The second and the third spring may be activated later if required.45 652 50.2 Semicircle profile SPANN-BOY® 2 0 30 1 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X SPANN-BOY® Size 2 Deflecting profile SPANN-BOY® Size 0 30 1 Sprocket Block profile 2 SPANN-BOY® Size 0 30 1 2 SPANN-BOY® Size 0 30 1 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Tension values and range of shift Size SPANN-BOY® SPANN-BOX® size 0 SPANN-BOX® size 30 or 1 SPANN-BOX® size 2 40 mm 40 mm 40 mm 60 mm Range of shift Spring design light heavy light heavy light heavy light Tension force N N N N N N N N 58 .120 396 .2 T 679 76.05 D 513 19.

block profile Ind.5 11 11 11 11 11 11 37.5 8. arch profile Size 1.5 - 27 38 35 40 35 40 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 20 30 30 35 35 - 140 140 140 200 200 300 38 42 42 42 42 42 76 76 76 76 76 76 67 67 67 67 67 120 120 120 120 120 120 8.5 118 133 97 112 122 149 169 143 163 165 158 58 63.5 - 12. deflecting profile Size 2.AUTOMATIC CHAIN TENSIONERS SPANN-BOX® AND SPANN-BOY® SPANN-BOX® size 0 SPANN-BOX® size 30 with arch profile SPANN-BOX® size 1 and 2 with arch profile SPANN-BOX® size 1 and 2 with deflecting profile SPANN-BOX® size 1 and 2 with semicircle profile SPANN-BOX® size 2 with block profile Dimensions Size 0 Size 30 Size 1. arch profile Size 2. * * * * A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O R 134 152. arch profile Size 2. deflecting profile Size 2. semicircle profile Size 2.5 6. semicircle profile Size 2.9 30 - 6.5 66 81 66 81 20 86 106 86 106 40 40 50 94 115 115 115 115 115 180 180 180 180 180 180 38 80 97 97 97 97 97 155 155 155 155 155 155 42 - 16.5 8.5 90 90 90 31 31 70 150 150 57 57 100 300 * long casing 101 .2 16. semicircle profile Size 1. arch profile Size 1.5 8.5 158 173 137 152 162 209 229 203 223 225 218 94 112.5 8. semicircle profile Size 1.

Number of teeth 455 462 501 513 20 16 14 13 21 17 15 15 23 18 16 16 17 17 Mounting bracket for SPANN-BOX® size 1 and 2 Dimensions SPANN-BOX® size 1 (type KL) SPANN-BOX® size 1 (type KS) Bracket size 1 Bracket size 2 SPANN-BOY® (arch profile) SPANN-BOY® (with sprocket) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q 140 140 115 180 28 28 100 100 97 155 16 16 115 115 60 90 28 28 97 97 9 12.5 8.4301 on request (Please note: different sizes!) 102 .AUTOMATIC CHAIN TENSIONERS SPANN-BOX® AND SPANN-BOY® SPANN-BOX® size 1 with sprocket type KL SPANN-BOX® size 1 with sprocket type KS SPANN-BOY® with arch profile SPANN-BOY® with sprocket Standard sprockets Chain No.8 - 5 5 70 70 8.4 96 96 35 35 45 50 31 31 8. 10 - 42 42 30 - 67 67 17 8.5 51 66 max.5 - 78 78 - 35 46 - SPANN-BOX® and mounting brackets made of stainless steel grade 1.5 8.5 120 - 25 30 50. 35 max.5 11 30 30 30 35 6.4 6. 30 max.

4301 [V2 A]) ETP Bushings Type B (Cast iron) 1. alternatively pitch p.g. inner width b1 (between inner plates) and roller Ø. Custom bore size (fit normal H7) Sprocket Type “B“ Type A (for simplex. in case of asymmetrical hubs please state the two hub sections up to the sprocket centre 7. Groove sizes (for keyways also tightening direction) 8. without additional specifications (e. duplex and triplex roller chains according to DIN 8187) 1. or ISO No. Number of chain tensioners SPANN-BOX® 2. Toothing Type B (for all chains in our manufacturing line including inverted tooth chains up to p = 25.HOW TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE ABOUT SPROCKETS In order to avoid errors or misunderstandings please supply the following details: Plate sprocket Type “A“ (for simplex roller chains according to DIN 8187) 1. Inside threads or pin holes Sprockets in special designs (for all chains in our manufacturing line) 1. Number of sprockets 2. or ISO No.4 mm) 1. SPANN-BOX® size 4.g. 5. Number of wheel bodies to be toothed 2. (e.g. Order number 103 . -chain No. Number of parts to be grooved 2. Hub seat (one-sided or symmetrical). Number of sprockets 2. Groove sizes (normal DIN 6885 sheet 1) Lantern gear toothing 1. semicircle or deflecting profile) 5. Inside threads or pin holes It is advisable to include a precise drawing when ordering sprockets in special designs. if you merely state groove according to DIN) we will supply sprockets on the basis of DIN 6885 sheet 1. plate sprocket with 20 teeth for simplex roller chain No. alternatively pitch p. inner width b1 and roller Ø. Custom bore size (fit normal H7) 4. pin Ø or bushing Ø 3.. 3. Sliding profile (arch. Number of bushings 2. or ISO No. Number of teeth Grooves 1. Hub diameter and hub length 6. 3. Groove sizes (for keyways also tightening direction). 462 – 1/2“ x 5/16“ = A 20 462) 3. -chain No. Number of lantern gears Chain tensioner SPANN-BOX® 1. -plate sprocket No. -sprocket No. D 501 – 5/8“ x 3/8“ = B 23 D 501) 3.. Bore size and fit 5. Number of teeth z 4. (e. Appropriate -chain No. Spring tension (high or low) and design (ordinary steel or grade 1. sprocket with 23 teeth for duplex roller chain No. Number of plate sprockets 2. pin Ø or bushing Ø.

if chains are fitted too loosely. Initial elongation is higher than during the subsequent operation period due to running-in wear. axial forces put pressure on the machine and gearing shafts. Tilted position of sprockets Originally the sprockets were aligned. They must be axially parallel and free from runout. but they are laterally offset. Chains must not be over-tightened. The chain cannot run smoothly and there is a relatively strong elongation due to the strong wear between pins and bushings. the chain plates heavily grind on the teeth of the sprocket and wear quickly. In order to avoid vibrations they should be dimensioned according to the weight of the sprockets.MOUNTING OF CHAIN DRIVES Alignment of the sprockets Water level The wear life of a chain largely depends on the proper alignment of the sprockets. they have to be secured in axial direction. Ruler Water level Chain tensioning Unlike belt drives. The consequences are the same as before. Alignment can be checked by means of a long ruler applied across the sprockets. chains do not require pre-tensioning. since this would load the drive unnecessarily and lead to premature wear of the chain. so that the driven sprocket. The shafts must be aligned exactly horizontally. the design layout and the loads. During tensioning the gear mechanism shifted and is now in an angle to the line of the sprocket on the machine shaft. has now a tilted position against the angle. the chain is also subject to extreme load and will wear prematurely. This check must be repeated several times with the sprockets turned a little further each time. The lateral pressure also loosens the riveting. and they should have a slight slack span (see page 124). In this case. However. 104 . Therefore the chain runs laterally skewed. but that they are skewed. The chain slack span should be checked after a few weeks. for example. Sprockets must always align exactly. Skewed position of sprockets The drawing shows that the sprockets are aligned. Apart from that. Subsequently. they tend to “jump off“ the sprockets. As a result. FAULTY MOUNTING Chain runs on laterally offset sprockets In this case the sprockets are not lopsided.

The maximum service temperature of the lubricating oil must never be exceeded. • Viscosity Viscosity must be high enough so that all the chain parts are protected against wear and galling. the lubricants must always be sufficiently capable of flow. The following rules of thumb apply: . • Lifetime lubrication Lubrication has been designed in a way that the lubricant will be functioning during the entire lifetime of the chain.). which are biodegradable and particularly environmentally friendly.Low bearing pressure. Chain cleansing Chain conservation • Applications in the textile industry Non-drip and non-adhesive oils should be used. 105 . low chain speed = high viscosity .Low operating temperature = low viscosity . Transferable power P / Pmax • Corrosion protection This is particularly important for chains used in corrosive environments. Plan chain protection boxes • Chain cooling In conjunction with appropriate lubrication procedures certain oils are suitable for cooling. talcum.4 0. However. Lifetime lubrication for chains is possible. • Ground water hazards Please refer to the appropriate safety data specifications • General environmental compatibility Please use lubricants. The decisive criterion is the temperature in the chain bearing during operation. evaluation of lubrication schedules and lubricant dosage 1.LUBRICATION OF CHAINS The followings aspects should be considered when selecting a lubricant: • Oil or grease lubrication Oils are normally used for continuous relubrication. However.2 0. if necessary. flour etc. The envisaged operating conditions should be taken into account.0 -200 -100 0 100 200 300 400 Temperature [°C] Also refer to the chapter “Maintenance of chain drives“ on page 126. Inspection of lubrication state and.High bearing pressure. Relubrication Performance of roller chains as a function of temperature • Applications in wet environments Lubricants must not be washed off by splash water.High operating temperature= high viscosity • Initial lubricant It must have excellent corrosion protection qualities and guarantee sufficient wear protection up to the first relubrication. They must be capable of creep. • Contact with elastomers and synthetic materials Compatibility with elastomers and synthetic materials must be guaranteed. Chain lubrication from production to operation Chain manufacturers Initial lubrication Corrosion and wear protection Selection of suitable lubrication method Machine/engine manufacturers Make already installed chains accessible for manual lubrication • Friction point wetting The chain lubricant must be able to permeate the lubrication gap autonomously.0 0. if .the overall operating time is low For lifetime lubrication special non-aging chain lubricants have been developed. Compatibility tests are always required.6 0. • Muffling of chain noises Lubricants with higher viscosity ensure better muffling properties than low viscosity lubricants.the chain load is low . if the ambient air contains dust (lime. and supply sufficient corrosion protection even as emulsions. Grease is preferred.8 Stainless steel Carbon steel 0. State reference values for lubrication schedules and lubricant dosage Provide oil pans Design lubrication facilities Machine/engine operators • Applications in the food industry Lubricants must comply with specific food law requirements. high chain speed = low viscosity . • Load-bearing properties Sufficient load-bearing properties of the lubricating oil film help to reduce wear. • Operating temperature This is one of the most significant aspects of lubricant selection. despite high viscosity the oil must be sufficiently capable of flow.the service temperature of the lubricant is considerably underrun .

furnace chains) graphite or molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) applied either as additive or spray will facilitate lubrication. Wrong lubrication (curve 4) results in uneven wear and may be caused by inferior. Ambient temperature °C Viscosity group of lubricant . . Initial operation can start immediately after evaporation of the volatile carrier substance. which are subject to wear. Operating time (h) Chain elongation as a function of operating time with different lubrication states One-time lubrication (curve 2) only delays the wear until the lubricant has been used up. particularly if deadlines for relubrication have not been met.g.LUBRICATION General information Chains running on sprockets are subject to wear of the joints due to angle-sliding movements of the pins. Therefore efficient lubrication is of utmost importance. dirty. In order to achieve a long wear life and high cost effectiveness for chain drives in lubrication range I (light drip lubrication or manual lubrication) relubrication schedules must be determined by tests. It is very important that the lubricant reaches the joints (pins. 106 Pitch p in mm The lubrication types. Low viscosity mineral oils are particularly suitable for chain drives. Recommendations for lubrication Correct lubrication (curve 5) is crucial for chain drives according to performance diagrams. The type of lubrication depends on the chain pitch and the chain speed.5 up to + 25 ISO VG 100 (SAE 30) 25 up to 45 ISO VG 150 (SAE 40) 45 up to 65 ISO VG 220 (SAE 50) For higher temperatures (e. Lubrication and degree of efficiency IV Spray lubrication (Pressure circulation lubrication) The following graph shows the influence of lubrication on efficiency. In special cases liquidised grease may be sprayed on. Dry running condition (curve 1) causes excessive wear and destroys the chain within a very short time. Chain elongation in % Low-viscosity or hardened grease products with a drop point of 70° C are also suitable for manual lubrication. wrong (unsuitable viscosity) or too little lubricant. are preferable to those in brackets (permitted). incorrect correct Intermittent dry running conditions (curve 3) frequently occur with manual lubrication. Even low-maintenance roller chains with plastic slide bearings should be relubricated occasionally. which are not in brackets. bushings). Chain speed v in m/s Efficiency h in % III Pressure circulation lubrication (Splash lubrication/oil bath method) II Splash lubrication (oil bath method) (Drip lubrication) I Light drip lubrication (Manual lubrication) Operating time (h) Degree of efficiency as a function of operating time with one-time lubrication (according to Worobjew) Lubricants The selection of an appropriate lubricant depends first of all on the type of lubrication.

and max.5 a) Splash lubrication (oil bath method) b) Drip lubrication III up to ≈ 12. Sufficient lubrication of the joint surfaces must be ensured. Lubrication overview Lubrication range Chain speed Lubrication a) favourable b) permitted m/s insufficient lubrication (favourable/permitted) without contamination I up to ≈ 1 a) Light drip lubrication b) Manual lubrication/grease lubrication II up to ≈ 2. A disk submerging into the lower oil level (peripheral velocity between min.5 a) Spray lubrication b) Pressure circulation lubrication (possibly with oil cooling system) IV Transmissible power correct lubrication without lubrication* with contamination 60 % 30 % 30 % 15 % 15 % 100 % not permitted * a wear life of 15 000 hours cannot be guaranteed! 107 . By means of a lubrication shower situated near the large sprocket. Higher submerging depths cause the oil to heat up and lead to untimely oxidation of the oil. needle oilers or drip oilers is only suitable for low load bearing drives. Lubricant colouration may not occur. 40 m/s) centrifuges oil against the casing walls from where it continuously runs down onto the chain via drip rails. Spay lubrication Spray lubrication is very similar to pressure circulation lubrication. Splash lubrication (oil bath method) There is just enough oil in a sufficiently sized protection box (the worn and elongated chain must not be able to hit against the casing wall) to allow the chain plates to submerge into the bath up to the rollers or the bushings respectively. The oil can be supplied via a connection to an existing pressure oil pipe or via an extra pump. This type of lubrication is suitable for fast-running drives and high loads. With this type of lubrication the chain operates above oil level. lubrication spray valves atomise the oil into aerosol form. Drip lubrication Pressure circulation lubrication Drip lubrication by means of wick oilers. Lubricant colouration may not occur. Instead of a lubrication shower. oil is sprayed onto the inner side of the chain return strand in running direction over the whole width of the chain. and thus the fine oil mist can reach every single chain joint.5 a) Pressure circulation lubrication b) Splash lubrication (oil bath method). Sufficient lubrication should take place at least once a day (if possible every 8 operating hours).LUBRICATION Manual lubrication Spinning disk lubrication This type of lubrication by means of oil can and brush is not very safe and therefore only suitable for chains with occasional operation or for secondary drives and low chain speeds. High load-bearing drives need a second shower for cooling with the oil to be sprayed onto the pull strand. The oil quantity depends on the drive size and the amount of heat to be dissipated. if possible with spinning disk above 12. however.

LUBRICATION

Wippermann lubrication
Product

Oil

Grease

Spray

Application
ºC

Technical features

from

to

WKS-C

- 10

+ 100

WKS-W

0

+ 80

WKS-Rapid

- 15

+ 120

WKS-D

- 10

+ 80

Corrosion protection oil
Chlorine-free lubricant made with mineral oil raffinates and corrosion protection additives; thin, waxen
and pressure-resistant lubrication with anti-wear additives
Excellent corrosion protection.

WKS-H1

- 10

+ 140

Chain lubricant for hygienic and clean lubrication
Fully synthetic high performance chain lubricant for the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, cosmetics,
feeding stuff, and tobacco industries as well as their suppliers.
Complies with U.S. requirements as to guidelines of sec. 21 CFR of FDA regulations.
Increased performance range achieved by a combination of high-quality, mineral oil free synthetic base
oils with a high-capacity additives package.
Nonfood Compounds Program Listed H1, NSF Reg # 143954

WKS-Plus

- 10

+ 250

High-temperature lubricant
Fully synthetic, temperature-stable high-performance oil especially developed for chain lubrication
Improved protection against wear, ageing and corrosion due to a combination of synthetic ester oils and
additives
This product combines the special requirements of chain lubrication with demands on lacquer
compatibility.

WKS-HT

- 10

> 250

High-temperature lubricant
Polyalkylene glycol oil, containing solid lubricants, for chain lubrication at high temperatures
Excellent wetting properties and creep behaviour
High stability
This product can be used at temperatures of up to 500°C; above 200°C there is a gradual transition to
dry lubrication.

(as of +300 ºC
dry lubrication)

Wippermann standard lubrication
Mineral oil-based soap-free chain grease, with wax and product-specific additives, for extreme
requirements as to corrosion and wear protection
Water resistant.

Lubrication wax for chains
“Quasi dry“ non-tacky lubrication film
Wear protection
High corrosion protection
Good adhesive properties
Excellent water resistance
White chain lubricant
Difficult to centrifuge off
Protects against corrosion and wear
It has absorbing and rinsing properties and provides effective lubrication
Resistant to water and vapour
Quite resistant to acids and bases

WKS-T

- 55

+ 90

Lubricant for environments with low temperatures
Fast biodegradable and low-temperature multi-purpose oil based on synthetic ester with excellent wear
protection
The product has a low evaporation rate and is characterised by its excellent viscosity-temperature
behaviour; it is also highly age resistant

WKS-Spezial

- 10

+ 80

Chain spray for relubrication
Mineral oil-based chain spray with synthetic wax, corrosion protection and anti-wear additives
(propellant: propane / butane pressure gas mixture)
For relubrication of open drive chains, conveyor chains in conveying systems as well as for load chains

All lubricants supplied by WIPPERMANN are free from chlorine and silicone.

Detailed product description and safety data sheets on request.

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VARIOUS TYPES OF STEEL LINK CHAINS

Steel link chains
Generally, steel link chains can only operate on one plane, and they are primarily used
as drive elements for chain drives.
d1

p

They are precisely determined by three main measurements:
p = Pitch is the distance from pin centre to pin centre.
b1

b1 = Inner width is the distance between the inner plates.
d1 = Roller diameter, bushing diameter or pin diameter is the outer dimension of
the cylindrical parts between the inner plates.
The characteristic feature of a steel link chain is the chain joint.

Steel link chains

It consists of an outer and an inner link. On this joint the calculated bearing area
equals the projection of the pin onto the bearing area of the inner link. It has a
different size depending on the type of chain.
In the following overview the characteristic features of various types of steel link
chains are briefly described.

Galle chains
Galle chains were named after their inventor André Galle (1761-1841). A Galle chain
is the simplest type of steel link chain.
The plates rotate directly on the pin lug. With this type of chain the bearing area is
very small.
Therefore the chain speed should not exceed 0,3 m/s.
Consequently, Galle chains are less suitable for power transmission, and they are
almost exclusively used as load chains (e.g. counterweight chains, lock chains and
tack chains).
Galle chains on request (see page 73).
Galle chains

Leaf chains
Leaf chains in normal design or reinforced design are used as load chains in cranes,
hoisting gear and lifting equipment as well as for counterweights, e.g. on machine
tools, and also to transmit back-and-forth movements.
The plates of leaf chains are punched from high-grade steel and are subsequently
hardened and tempered to guarantee high fatigue strength. Very narrow tolerances
ensure that all plates bear the same load proportions. Pins made of high alloy
case-hardened steel are tempered to achieve high wear resistance. The tightly
adjoining plates are designed in various combinations and rotate on the pins.

Leaf chains

One special design is the heavy-duty type series U. On chains of this type all plates
are mounted with a sliding fit and are also secured with laterally attached riveted
disks. This design guarantees an even load distribution and reduces the bending load
of the pins. These chains were especially developed for heavy loads and operations
under harsh conditions. Due to their high fatigue strength they are particularly
suitable for such application areas.
Due to their design (no tooth meshing) leaf chains cannot transmit torques. Their
force direction, however, can easily be deflected by means of rollers. Even with a
small working width they have a high breaking load.
Dimensions as of page 65.

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VARIOUS TYPES OF STEEL LINK CHAINS

Bush chains
Bush chains are more wear-resistant than Galle chains. The inner links consist of two
inner plates with two force-fitted bushings. The outer links consist of two outer plates
with two force-fitted and riveted pins.
Chain speeds of up to 5 m/s are possible depending on the pitch.
Due to their robust design bush chains are mainly used as drive and conveyor chains,
particularly where there are rough operating conditions, e.g. in mining or construction
site equipment.
Bush chains

For dimensions see page 60.
High performance roller chains
Compared to bush chains, high performance roller chains are of better quality due to
the use of higher steel grades and heat treatment. Furthermore, they are produced
with higher accuracy and narrower tolerances. The visible difference is the rollers,
which are mounted on the bushings with running fit, and which absorb the meshing
impact in the sprocket and thus reduce sprocket wear. Plates and rollers are
hardened and tempered in order to achieve high fatigue strength, whereas bushings
and pins, which are subject to wear, are case-hardened.
For high power transmission under restricted mounting conditions multi-strand roller
chains can be used. This means that several simplex roller chains are connected by
means of an end-to-end pin to form one single unit. Duplex and triplex chains are
standardised.
Roller chains can be employed universally and are therefore the most common chain
type. They are not only used as drive and gear chains in machine construction, but
also in special designs with attachments for transport and conveyance purposes or
instead of rack and pinion arrangements.
Roller chains RF made of stainless and acid-resistant steel grade 4301 have proved
their value on corrosion-endangered drives and because of their anti-magnetic
properties for many years. They are mainly used in the chemical, beverage and food
industry.
Dimensions as of page 10.

High performance roller chains

Accumulator chains
Accumulator chains are employed, when accumulation of piece goods during transportation is required. The chain runs on lateral support rollers, whereas the conveyor
roller in the middle runs freely.
The particular advantages of this type of chain lie in the simple control, the exact
guiding possibilities as well as in the smooth transition from one direction to another
without abrupt acceleration. During intentional or unintentional accumulation of the
transported piece goods no excessive impact pressure is put on the following
transport units since the power and free conveyor chain will continue to run smoothly
under the goods until the end of the accumulation, when transportation will continue
due to friction.
For dimensions see page 34, 35, 56 - 58.
Accumulator chains

Cranked link chains (Rotary chains)
Cranked link chains (Rotary chains) are in fact roller chains, but only cranked plates
are used. These plates help to give the chain a high amount of elasticity so that load
impacts can easily be absorbed. It is also quite straightforward to repair cranked link
chains since each individual link can be replaced.
Cranked link chains (Rotary chains) are mainly employed for applications with intermittent impacts and where the drive is exposed to rough soiling, e.g. in excavation
machinery, crawlers for excavators and dozers or drilling equipment.
Cranked link chains (Rotary chains) on request (see page 73).
Cranked link chains

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Power diagram for roller chains according to ISO 606 see page 119. Versatile applications: Roller chains are mainly used as drive elements for power transmission or as load chains. Extensive power and speed range: P up to 225 kW with simplex roller chain p = 76. Therefore there are only minor bearing loads. Multiple transmission ratios: The transmission ratio: n1 z2 i= — = — z1 n2 (usually up to approx. Cost effectiveness: Roller chains do not need to be pre-tensioned. 111 .ADVANTAGES OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES High efficiency: η up to 0. Long wear life: ≈ 15000 operating hours if the correct drive was selected and with appropriate maintenance. it may be easily altered by simply changing the sprockets and keeping the shaft distance. low service and maintenance costs make chain drives very economical. Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8188 see page 118. It can also be employed as a rack and pinion assembly (lantern gears). No slip: In contrast to friction-locked drives chain drives have no slip. in order to meet altered construction requirements. Long shaft distance: The shaft distance (usually between 30 times and 50 times the pitch) has no fixed measurements. In motor vehicles. Elastic properties: Roller chain drives have a high elasticity. 7:1) (in special cases up to 10:1 in one step possible) remains constant during the entire operation period due to its positive locking connection. One chain is able to simultaneously drive several shafts with the same or opposite rotational direction at the same or at different speeds. However. camshaft drives with chains guarantee exact valve timing. Space-saving construction. It can easily be adjusted by shortening or lengthening of the chain. because of the plate material and the lubrication layer between rollers. High load capacity: For the permissible bearing pressure with recommended lubrication please refer to the table on page 116. pins and bushings. simple mounting.2 mm Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8187 see page 117. equipped with special links they can also be used for transportation and conveyance purposes.98 with a properly lubricated chain under normal circumstances and with a drive working under full load. even after completed assembly.

centrifugal FF N FF = q · v2 in N Tensile force. dynamic Fd N Fd = F · fy in N Tensile force. z2 Tensile force F N F = 1000 P = 2000 M in N V d0 Tensile force. total FG N FG = Fd + FF in N .FORMULAS. DESIGNATIONS AND UNITS Designation Symbol Unit Input speed n rpm Operating factor k Minimum tensile strength FB N Torque M Nm Correction factor for impact loads fy see page 115 Correction factor for transmission ratio fi see page 116 Correction factor for shaft distance fa see page 116 Correction factor for number of teeth fz see page 116 Bearing area f cm2 Bearing pressure pr N/cm2 Speed v m/s Weight of chain per meter q kg/m see chain tables Power P kW P = F · v = M · n in kW 1000 9550 Diagram power Pc kW Pc = P · k in kW Safety factor S S = FB FG Impact coefficient Y see tables page 115 PCD d0 mm d0 = Pitch p mm see chain tables Transmission ratio o Shaft distance a Number of teeth 112 Basic equations k = fy · fi · fz see chain tables F · d0 M = 9550 P = in Nm n 2000 see chain tables pr = F f v= i= see page 114 z·p·n in m/s 60 000 p in mm sin 180° z n1 z = 2 n2 z1 mm z1 .

. Calculation of the minimum breaking load FB FB ≥ FB ≥ FB : F : f1 : S : nLW : fu : F · f1 · S F · f1 · ( nLW · 100 · fu )0. 30 m/min. type of load.70 Chain speed Minimum safety factor S up to 5 m/min. In order to be able to dimension leaf chains. • The higher the number of plates the higher the safety factor S should be. the factor S can normally be selected between 7 and 12 according to the type and design (combination of plates) of the respective chain.37 1. of load cycles (fatigue limit: nLW = 107 ) Correction factor for PCD S d0 d0 du g p Load type f1 no impact 1. moderately swelling load repeated slight impacts.59 repeated high impacts.5 · p 5.0 · p 5.0 · p 7. slightly swelling load repeated slight impacts.. moderately swelling load 1. single slight impacts. highly swelling load 1. On request we will give you more detailed information as to these safety factors.5 · p 9. the factor f1 for the operating conditions and the safety factor S are crucial to calculate the required minimum breaking load FB of the chain. As an indirect benchmark the breaking load of chains is used. 12 Further details: • For temperatures as of 150 ºC higher safety factors apply.00 uniform. and thus fatigue strength is taken into account by including a sufficient safety factor. highly swelling load 1.8 · p 5.5 · p 3.43 6.PRE-SELECTION OF LEAF CHAINS Dimensioning of leaf chains The transmissible load as well as the operating conditions i. 10 m/min.10 5.e. • For single lacing the safety factor should be higher than for double lacing..14 5.95 5.85 = = : : : : ( nLW · 100 · fu )0. If there are no specific regulations. the tensile force F as well and the operating conditions for assessing further The safety factor S is subject to the regulations stipulated by various authorities and the German Technical Inspection Authority (TÜV). The permissible dynamic tensile force depends on the fatigue strength of plates and pins. Type and design of the chain determine the safety factor to be selected.79 7.1 Minimum tensile strength of chain Tensile force in chain Operating factor Safety factor No.25 1. chain speed. dynamic loads have to be known. chain activity rate..0 · p 3. 10 > 10 .5 · p 4.13 6.1 du + g PCD of deflection Diameter of contact surface of deflection roller Plate height Chain pitch PCD d0 fu 4.72 repeated high impacts.52 7. impact level and operating temperature must be considered when selecting a leaf chain. The tensile force F. 113 . 7 > 5 .

d2 2 da du d +g du + 2 · k du + 2 · g l1 Chain pitch PCD of deflection Diameter with fitted chain Width of contact surface Plate height d2 = = ≥ ≥ : : : : : dR d0 da dR b1 p d0 dR b1 g b2 b1 15° l1 114 g k* du du + 2 · k* Outer diameter of rollers (for chains with washers) Height of collar (for chains with washers) Diameter of washers da* da* = da* : d0 0.. 86 ⋅ dR g . Check for fatigue failure (cracks in plates) 5. 30 m/min. it must be replaced. 86 ⋅ b2 du da b2 l1 k d2 ≥ : : : : : : 1. Check of pin fit in outer plates Leaf chains must be relubricated at regular intervals (see as of page 105). 9000 N/cm2 In case of permanent tensile force (counter balances) przul must be smaller than with a regularly released chain. Check for corrosion (pitting corrosion) 7. Check of elongation in working area (max. Sufficient lubrication will considerably reduce wear and increase the wear life by a multiple. 12000 N/cm2 > 10 .2 · b1 Diameter of contact surface of deflection roller Outer diameter of roller Roller width Width of chain over pin Height of collar Pin diameter 15° l1 g = b1 k k b2 d0 g . These checks should comprise: 4. 10 m/min.PRE-SELECTION OF LEAF CHAINS Calculation of the bearing pressure pr pr = F · f1 ≤ p rzul f pr f przul F f1 : : : : : Bearing pressure Chain joint area Permissible pressure in bearing area Tensile force in chain Operating factor Chain speed Przul up to 5 m/min. pulling it apart again and measuring the length difference) 3. Therefore leaf chains must be subjected to wear checks at regular intervals. 14000 N/cm2 > 5 ... 3 %) 2. 3 %.d3 2 k* = k* : d3 : d3 Leaf chains heavy duty design U . Check of play in joints (by pushing the chain together.. Check for deformed plates 6. Deflection of leaf chains 0. If a chain has elongated by 3 % caused by wear in the joints. Check of flexibility (sufficient lubrication) 1. Check and maintenance of leaf chains Permissible wear elongation may be max.

Shaft distance a in mm If possible. On chain drives with an inclination of more than 60° clampingjockey sprockets or automatic chain tensioners must be mounted to ensure the required chain tension. Speed of driving sprocket n1 in rpm 3. In order to be able to select a chain. on deflection movements of links running along the sprockets. and for maximum loads we recommend sprockets with 21 tempered teeth. and if vibrations of the pull and return strands or torsional vibrations of the entire drive are eliminated.g. if they are subjected to sufficient lubrication. Wear occurs in the chain joints on pins and bushings. at least the following values for power transmission must be known: The chain life is exclusively determined by its wear behaviour. on the bearing area as well as on lubrication and on the number of rotations. Factor fy to take into account specific operating conditions Driven equipment Piston pumps and compressors with three or more cylinders Planing machine and pulp grinders Printing machines Conveyors with regular infeed Concrete mixers Roller crushers Paper calenders Conveyors with irregular feed Pulling machines Escalators Screw conveyors Welding generators Stirring devices for liquids Rolling mills direct Choppers Rotary driers Saws and reciprocating saws Rubber processing machines Ventilators Stirring devices for solid matter Generators (apart from welding generators) Spinning and rinsing machines Piston pumps and compressors with one or two cylinders Brick work machines Gas or oil drill poles Centrifugal pumps and compressors Driving motor / engine Excavators and other building plant Dough mixers Electric motors in continuous operation Internal combustion engines with hydraulic coupling Water. Primarily.1 1. if the sprockets align.8 1. Therefore the chain must be dimensioned in a way that prevents overloads and fatigue failure.1 Electric motors.9 1.50 times p and should allow an angle of lap of at least 120° on the smaller sprocket. Transmissible power P in kW 2. wear depends on the chain tensile force. steam or gas turbines 1 1. Application areas such as hoisting devices (e. There often is a choice between a simplex roller chain with a longer pitch and a multiplex roller chains with a shorter pitch.5 1. and that wear in the joints and on the tooth flanks remains within permissible limits. Chain drives only have a satisfactory wear life.4 1.7 2.3 1. sprockets with at least 17 teeth should be selected. the maximum number of teeth should not exceed 150. Operating conditions of drive (impact coefficient fy) 5. which run on sprockets with fewer teeth. With new chains. for lifting loads etc. This means that plates and pins resist the transmissible tensile forces. The optimal shaft distance is 30 times p . the slack span in the return strand should be about 1 % of the shaft distance. They cause less noise and fewer vibrations than chains with a long pitch. chain drives with multiplex roller chains allow smaller sprocket diameters in restricted spaces. rollers withstand the loads occurring when meshing with the sprocket. Transmission ratio i = n1/n2 = z2/z1 4.PRE-SELECTION OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES according to DIN ISO 10823 General information Basic information for chain selection The selection criteria discussed below apply to general mechanical engineering applications. which are repeatedly started and stopped with more than 10 cycles/min Internal combustion engines with fewer than six cylinders and mechanical coupling 115 . However. 1. if there are re-tensioning facilities to compensate for the elongation occurring during operation. which are repeatedly started and stopped with fewer than 10 cycles/min Internal combustion engines with six or more cylinders and mechanical coupling Electric motors. For chain drives with medium speeds or more. Normally.) are excluded.

Ratio between speed n and chain pitch p for z1 = 25 Pitch p mm 8 9.8 63.15 1 0.6 0.2 0.5 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 15 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ≥ 25 3080 2810 2700 2580 2490 2380 2290 2210 2130 2050 1740 1400 1050 850 - 3120 2850 2740 2620 2490 2420 2330 2240 2160 2080 1830 1550 1230 1000 800 - 3170 2880 2780 2650 2560 2450 2360 2270 2190 2110 1920 1690 1410 1150 1020 810 - 3220 2930 2830 2700 2610 2490 2400 2310 2230 2140 2000 1770 1540 1280 1110 900 - 3270 2980 2870 2740 2650 2520 2430 2350 2260 2170 2070 1840 1640 1400 1200 1020 820 - 3300 3000 2890 2760 2670 2540 2450 2370 2280 2190 2100 1910 1730 1510 1310 1110 910 - 3320 3030 2910 2780 2680 2560 2470 2380 2290 2210 2130 1970 1810 1620 1420 1200 1070 890 - 3350 3060 2950 2820 2720 2590 2500 2410 2320 2240 2160 2010 1880 1740 1560 1320 1170 970 - 3400 3100 2980 2850 2750 2620 2530 2440 2350 2260 2180 2050 1950 1850 1700 1430 1260 1050 880 3430 3120 3000 2870 2770 2640 2550 2460 2370 2290 2220 2100 1990 1870 1740 1460 1300 1100 960 3450 3140 3020 2890 2790 2660 2570 2470 2380 2320 2260 2150 2040 1900 1780 1500 1350 1150 1050 3480 3170 3070 2910 2810 2680 2590 2490 2400 2350 2300 2180 2070 1940 1820 1570 1410 1210 1110 3500 3190 3070 2930 2830 2700 2610 2510 2440 2380 2340 2210 2110 1980 1870 1640 1480 1270 1180 3530 3220 3100 2960 2860 2720 2630 2530 2470 2420 2380 2240 2140 2020 1910 1700 1540 1330 1240 3550 3240 3120 2980 2880 2740 2650 2550 2500 2460 2420 2280 2180 2060 1960 1770 1600 1400 1300 This applies to chains according to DIN 8187 and 8188 with pins and bushings made of case-hardened steel.6 0.45 50.3 1.08 1 0.85 Shaft distance 116 .1 44.5 76.74 0.8 1 1.PRE-SELECTION OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES according to DIN ISO 10823 Table of tolerable bearing pressures with recommended type of lubrication Bearing pressure pr in N/cm2 with number of teeth z on smaller sprocket Chain speed in m/s 0.75 38.5 1. Annotation: If requested.4 31.5 2 2.13 1.9 0. we can supply chains made of steel grades that can be subjected to particularly high bearing pressure.7 15.875 19.4 0.22 1.1 0.8 1.525 12.81 0.3 1.0 0.2 inch - 3/8“ 1/2“ 5/8“ 3/4“ 1“ 11/4“ 11/2“ 13/4“ 2“ 21/2“ 3“ 6000 5000 3600 2700 2000 1500 1200 900 700 550 450 300 Speed nmax rpm Factors to be considered in case of different operating conditions Impact coefficients fy (see table on page 115) Number of teeth of driving sprocket z 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 31 37 fz 1.92 a 10 p 20 p 40 p 80 p fa 1.5 Diagram power PC = P · fy · fz · fi = P · k Transmission ratio i 1:1 2:1 3:1 5:1 fi 1.05 25.

horizontal shafts Driving sprocket with 19 teeth Simplex chain without a cranked link Chain length 120 links (for shorter chains the chain life decreases proportionally) Speed reducing ratio from 1:3 up to 3:1 15000 h expected wear life.PRE-SELECTION OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8187 (European type) / according to DIN ISO 10823 Diagrams 1. 15000 operating hours only with a maximum of 3 % elongation caused by wear Operating temperature between . 2 and 3 are typical power diagrams for chain drives with the following operating conditions: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Chain drive with two sprockets on parallel. 117 . 125) Regular operation without overload. kW Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8187 (European type) 1 000 100 10 1 0.108) PC . rpm Figure 1: Typical power diagram for selection of simplex chains type B according to ISO 606.7.1 10 100 1 000 10 000 ns. impacts or frequent restarts Clean and sufficient lubrication (see page 105 .5ºC and + 70ºC Sprockets aligned and chain tensioned according to specifications (see page 104. based on a sprocket with 19 teeth Pc : Corrected power ns : Speed of smaller sprocket Annotation 1: The nominal values for the performance of duplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 1. Annotation 2: The nominal values for the performance of triplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 2. 124.5.

The safety factor should be at least S = 7! PC . rpm Figure 2: Typical power diagram for selection of simplex chains type A according to ISO 606.PRE-SELECTION OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8188 (American type) / according to DIN ISO 10823 In case of different operating conditions. the value of the transmissible power “P“ must be multiplied with the respective factor “k“ in order to be able to select the appropriate chain from the diagram on the basis of the Diagram power PC = P · k The operating factor “k“ takes into account the operating conditions of the drive.5. the number of teeth on the small sprocket. the transmission ratio and the shaft distance. .1 10 100 1 000 10 000 ns. Longer wear lifes can be achieved by transmitting less power than shown in the diagram. the tensile force must be calculated according to the formula Fd = F · fy . as load chains).g.7. based on a sprocket with 19 teeth Pc : Corrected power 118 ns : Speed of smaller sprocket Annotation 1: The nominal values for the performance of duplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 1. kW Power diagram for roller chains according to DIN 8188 (American type) 1 000 100 10 1 0. If roller chains are operated with very low speeds or idly (e. Annotation 2: The nominal values for the performance of triplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 2.

7.5. based on a sprocket with 19 teeth Pc : Corrected power ns : Speed of smaller sprocket Annotation 1: The nominal values for the performance of duplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 1. Annotation 2: The nominal values for the performance of triplex roller chains can be calculated by multiplying the PC-value for simplex chains with the factor 2. rpm Figure 3: Typical power diagram for selection of reinforced simplex chains type A according to ISO 606.PRE-SELECTION OF ROLLER CHAIN DRIVES Power diagram for roller chains according to ISO 606 (American type. kW Power diagram for roller chains according to ISO 606 (American type. reinforced) / according to DIN ISO 10823 PC . reinforced) 1 000 100 10 1 10 100 1 000 10 000 ns. 119 .

47 19.912 1.18 154.50 178.61 233.95 58.z1 C z2 .42 482.34 191.62 2.68 36.07 454. Then the exact shaft distance can easily be calculated according to the detailed information on page 121.05 2 700 X0 = 73.54 103.z1 C z2 .44 624.27 284.37 632.23 592.05 19.76 214.12 127.71 117.633 0.48 395. one single cranked link (0.28 31.8 of breaking load) has to be mounted.76 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 370.27 248.33 65.29 53.52 428.61 290.39 489.76 517.70 358.48 7.75 107.57 539.68 46.79 402.18 209.09 162.34 25. In such cases it is recommended to select the next even number of links.13 11.11 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 166.09 317.34 113. ⎛ z -z Values for “C“= ⎜⎜ 2 1 ⎜⎝ 2 π ⎞⎟ 2 ⎟⎟ ⎟⎠ z2 .36 569.40 14.99 138.02 110.32 8.84 346.21 88.82 228.30 85.26 13.03 32.36 60.83 17.36 448.69 441.83 461.39 263.54 268.48 146.75 352.94 27.62 79.01 187.22 389.466 = 105.45 300.64 205.59 15.14 408.56 585.13 120.44 329.36 554.84 49.33 243.19 334.25 532.21 9.17 91.73 183.86 21. In case of minor differences.94 547.58 44.69 131.17 12.38 648.80 24.19 94.46 .08 434.56 616.60 55.83 34.50 312.74 323.08 223.86 377.98 525.28 4.73 608.228 0.z1 C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 0.44 82.12 18.49 71.14 10.88 68.101 0.32 174.025 0.01 295.24 1.70 364.z1 =26) X0 = 2 z1 = 19 z2 = 45 a0 z + z2 C ⋅p + 1 + p 2 a0 5 X 0 = 2 x 700 + 19 + 45 + 17.16 200.73 273.70 6.01 421.47 503.83 562.z1 C z2 .49 + 32 + 0.58 29.04 51.96 600.86 76.30 258.405 0.CALCULATION OF CHAIN LENGTH X With the same number of teeth z1 = z2 the chain length is: X0 = 2 X0 a0 +z p With different numbers of teeth z1 und z2 the chain length is: z1 X0 = 2 z2 a0 X = Chain length in links X0 = Theoretical chain length a = Shaft distance in mm a0 = Theoretical shaft distance p = Pitch in mm z1 = Number of teeth on small sprocket z2 = Number of teeth on large sprocket C = Coefficient from table ⎛ z -z C = ⎜⎜ 2 1 ⎜⎝ 2 π ⎞⎟ ⎟⎟ ⎟⎠ 2 Example: a0 = 700 mm p = 19.12 x 19.73 196.07 3.41 496.31 150.59 510.97 279.95 306.58 38.93 577.05 2.80 22.11 158.82 63.15 73.71 142.44 238.53 40.956 X = 106 links 120 ao z + z2 Cp + 1 + p 2 a0 The calculated number of links must always be rounded up.26 253. If the calculation results in an uneven number of chain links.96 5.31 134.35 640.19 170.53 3.12 (for z2 .40 219.05 mm C = 17.55 415.51 475.65 4.64 468.53 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 42.37 100.60 124.99 340.02 383. one pitch should be added in order to avoid assembly difficulties.25 97.

95 333 1.54 0.25 1.0.2) x (0.19 = 87 = 3.14 1.00017538 = 0.44 381 1.40 259 1.19 .24825 + 0.22 520 443 361 275 185 090 0.42 301 1.34615 z 2 .46 455 1.30 729 1.22 968 912 1.4 602 2.85 222 1..8 K > 13 B 0.1 421 2. Coefficient “B“ K 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4.34 1.0 380 1.09 1.31 793 1.16 1.4 4.23 758 705 1.36 073 1.24843 a = 700.19 848 564 B = 0.8 4.39 215 1.08 1.23 1.21 990 884 771 652 526 390 245 090 0.32 854 1.62 897 1.0 2.3.3 552 2.18 1.05 mm z2 = 45 a = p [2 x .24843 (rounded up) The exact shaft distance is a = 19.56 K B 1.8 3.37 123 1.7 0.2 4.90 281 1.66 1.10 1.z1 = 106 .27 K 1.50 588 1.26 1.19 26 The table shows a value B = 0.05 (2 x 106 .20 1.45) 0.0 3.13 1. In order to avoid a cranked link in the chain.00024 0. X The exact shaft difference is calculated according to the following formulas: z1 a z2 With the same number of teeth z1 = z2 = z the shaft distance is: a= X-z p 2 With an uneven number of teeth z1 ≠ z2 the shaft distance is: a X p z1 z2 = Shaft distance in mm = Chain length in links = Pitch in mm = Number of teeth on small sprocket = Number of teeth on large sprocket Example: X = 106 links z1 = 19 p = 19.2 3.80 156 1.24825) 3.33 0.24825 + (3.2 and a value B = 0.CALCULATION OF SHAFT DISTANCE A The calculation of a chain length rarely results in an even number of links.(z1 + z2)] B X .9 2.6 3.58 807 1.4 3.2 B = 0. Mostly.20 923 744 549 336 104 0.24 1.68 013 1.48 524 1. The following applies: Difference K times table difference B Table difference K B = 0.35 022 1.29 662 1. an even number should be selected.24825 + 0.6 4.5 643 2.19 1.12 1.4 .06 B 0.11 1.23 977 938 1.52 648 1.24849 .25 B = 0.34615 .21 1.3.24849 for K = 3.15 1.75 081 1.6 678 2.22 1.4 B must be calculated by means of interpolation.24825 for K = 3.64 0.38 170 1. the result must be rounded up.28 593 1.60 854 1.4 mm 121 .2 493 2.24 991 990 988 986 983 978 970 958 937 931 925 917 907 896 883 868 849 825 795 778 758 K B 2.24 735 708 2.07 1.70 048 1.17 1.2 a = p [2 X – (z1 + z2)] B X −z1 The coefficient “B“ is a function of K = and can be z 2 −z1 taken from the following table.14615 x 0.z1 45 .

0194 3.8449 2.2217 1.9250 0.9897 2.7505 0.1694 1.6529 2.9024 1. 2. .2915 1.0647 1.1222 0. Uneven numbers should be avoided! Arc lengths for the radius r = 1 r3 b3 L X p I1.2741 1.3736 2.0175 0. and the central angles of the circular arc spanned by the chain are determined.7453 1.41 mm b2 = r2 arc β = 43. For the respective arc values please refer to the table “arc lengths“.0821 1.7330 0.6057 1.8151 1.4712 0.2 x 1.9076 0.1047 0.5010 1.4363 0.9496 2. if possible on a scale of 1:1 or larger.6704 2.1170 1.0892 3. .3911 2.0420 2.6807 0.9845 3.4137 1.7679 0.6458 0.1396 0.1067 3.3090 1.1920 0.7104 1.7227 2.5882 1.8727 0.7402 2.8326 1.6406 1.4260 2.2793 0.8100 2.7854 Central angle ϕ° 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 Arc length arc ϕ 0. 2.12 mm b3 = r3 arc γ = 86.9147 2. . 2.0071 2.8500 1.5656 2. the drive is drawn schematically. X = L/p l2 The result must always be rounded up.DETERMINATION OF CHAIN LENGTH L b1 l1 b2 r1 If a chain runs on several sprockets (as shown in the drawing).7751 2.8203 0.2618 0.0 mm γ = 163° l3 =363 mm b1 = r1 arc α = 43. 3 = Chain length in mm = Chain length in links = Pitch in mm = Tangent lengths in mm = Pitch circle radiuses in mm = Central angles in degrees = Arc lengths in mm = r1 arc α.875 122 Central angle ϕ° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Arc length arc ϕ 0.2392 1.5831 2.6180 2.1293 2.5934 0.9599 0.2 mm β = 93° l2 =345 mm r3 = 86.6005 2.5708 Central angle ϕ° 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 Arc length arc ϕ 1.0123 1.3142 0.7925 2.5236 0.3562 Central angle ϕ° 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 Arc length arc ϕ 2.2 mm α = 104° l1 =188 mm r2 = 43.6232 1.4014 0.2 x 1.6232 = 70. r3 arc γ Example: (see above drawing) Chain pitch p = 15.7279 1.3614 1.0297 1.9199 1. Then tangents are drawn to the pitch circles.0543 3.7802 1.6580 1.1745 0.7156 0.9322 2.8552 0.9948 1.12 + 244.0246 2.6878 2.3213 2.3788 1.0595 2.6755 1.8449 = 244.2269 0.1868 1.2166 2.41 + 70.1241 3.2864 2. r2 The chain length L can then be calculated by adding up the partial lengths.0996 1.2443 0. To begin with.8972 2.1416 .2043 1. l3 L = l1 + l2 + l3 +.2566 1.5359 1.9425 0.19 = 81.3316 0.3038 2.0873 0.5760 0.3491 0.3387 2.5533 1.3963 1. if possible to the next even number of links.66 +188 + 345 + 363 = 1289.2340 2.2094 0.5061 0.0718 3.0020 3.3439 1. graphics will usually suffice to determine the chain length since this method is sufficiently accurate and considerably simpler than mathematical calculations.9722 1.1571 0.8151 = 78.875 mm r1 = 43.1118 2.21 = 82 links p 15.7628 1.5133 2.19 mm X = L = 1.2967 0.8675 1.289.5307 2.4958 2. r2 arc β. + b1 + b2 + b3 . . β.1817 2.6354 2.1468 2.5411 0.0698 0.8901 0.6632 0.0944 2.3665 0.4661 1.4835 1.8623 2.5482 2.0349 0.1642 2.4086 2.8274 2.6981 0.5585 0. 3 r1.6109 0.4609 2.5184 1.8850 1.4486 1.4189 0.9671 2.4538 0.0472 1.1519 1.0524 0.2515 2.1345 1.0 x 2.9548 1.3840 0.6283 0.8029 0.66 mm L = b1 + b2 + b3 + l1 + l2 + I3 = 78.1991 2.0369 3.4784 2.4887 0.9373 1. γ b1.6930 1.7053 2. 3 α.7977 1.8798 2.8378 0.3265 1.4435 2.7576 2.9774 0.2689 2.0769 2.4312 1.

3 Calculations and selection of chain 1.5 Lubrication For v = 0.3 Chain length Calculation of number of links a z + z2 C ⋅p X0 = 2 0 + 1 + p 2 a0 Here C = 40.4 · 1 · 1.119).4 Maximum shaft centre distance of sprockets Maximum shaft centre distance: a = p [2 X .e.3. the next higher even number).z1 = 106 .55 =P·k = 0.16 kW n1 = 36 rpm n2 = 10.17 This is the value for the shaft centre distance: a = 15.529 · 15.875 = 0. regular manual oil lubrication.75 rpm Transmission ratio n i = —1 = 3.2 Selection of chain For PC = 0. i.875 15. The chain pitch p for a chain 10A-1 or 10B-1 is 15.875 mm (according to ISO 606).24567 a = 538.23 (interpolated) z 2 .99 Selected number of links X = 106 (i.875 [ 2 · 106 .35 kW 1.3.35 · 17 = 57 1.z1 57 .17 = 0.35 n2 z2 z1 Mode of drive Driven machine a Approx.17 = 2.875 2 530 X0 = 104.4.1 Given are: (Refer to the drawing in example 1.4 Chain speed n·z·p v= = 37 · 17 · 15. which illustrates this worked example) Input power Input speed Output speed P = 0. z2 = 3.529 for z2 – z1 = 57 – 17 = 40 Result: X0 = 530 + 17 + 57 + 40. shaft centre distance electric gear motor Conveyor (with uneven charging) a0 ≈ 530 mm 1. fi = 1.(z1 + z2)] B Results: B = 0.16 m/s 0 60 000 60 000 1.24567 for X .WORKED EXAMPLES 1.55) = 1. Consequently.16 kW · 2.(17 + 57) ] 0.e.35 kW and n1 = 36 rpm the roller chain 10A-1 or 10B-1 is selected from the power diagrams (see pages 117 . Example 1 1. the simplest lubrication method.16 m/s and for a chain type 10A-1 or 10B-1 the diagram (page 106) shows the lubrication range I.1 Correction of chain Correction factor for operating conditions: Correction factor for number of teeth: Corrected power: k k PC PC PC = fy · fi · fz (fy = 1.3.2 Selection of sprockets Selected number of teeth on drive sprocket: z1 = 17 Number of teeth on driven sprocket: z2 = i · z1.3. 1. 123 . fz = 1. 1.2 mm 1. will be sufficient in this case.

the chain weight of the pull strand and the return strand must be supported by means of chain support wheels. Please avoid if possible In case of short or long shaft distances the pull strand should be at the top if possible! 124 . at least 90° for higher number of teeth (z = 25). Number of teeth z2 Contact angle Slack span Return strand Shaft distance a minimum a min > dk1 + dk2 2 With longer shaft distances. The shaft distance is normally 30 times p . Chain contact angle on the drive sprocket 120° if possible (always the case when a > do2 . The minimum number of teeth on a sprocket is 6 (do = 2 p). 1 % to 2 % of the shaft distance. Less favourable With horizontal drives and normal shaft distances the return strand may also be at the top.50 times p. Vertical drives should have the smaller sprocket at the top. which is then only suitable for manual operation because of the polygon effect! Chain drive configurations (assessment) Favourable In order to guarantee trouble-free operation and a long wear life. A minor deviation from the vertical position will improve the running conditions. It might be necessary to mount a jockey sprocket. support rollers or guide strips.CONSTRUCTION OF CHAIN DRIVES General information Drive sprocket (pinion) Pull strand Driven sprocket Slack span of the return strand for horizontal drives approx. A horizontal drive or a configuration with a drive inclined by up to 60° is common and favourable. In this case the pull strand should be at the top and the return strand at the bottom. the correct chain run for the different drive configurations has to be selected. The number of teeth on the drive sprocket should be 19 if possible. The chain must be kept rather tight to stop it from getting slack and jumping off the lower sprocket.do1). heavy drives or vertical shafts.

drums. a) as outer sprocket b) as inner sprocket Driving of roller conveyors a) by means of alternate individual chain strands driving from roller to roller. 85). Roller chain instead of a sprocket for large wheel bodies. Instead of jockey sprockets. b) by means of a circulating chain with lantern gear toothing sprockets (p. 125 .CHAIN DRIVE CONFIGURATIONS WITH JOCKEY SPROCKETS for two or more shaft connections Jockey sprockets should have approximately three teeth in mesh with the return strand of the chain. the maximum speed (see page116 “ratio between n and p“) must not be exceeded. plastic guide rails might be advantageous in some cases to support or deflect a chain. revolving platforms etc. On the basis of the selected number of teeth. support wheels or deflexion pulleys.

if a chain looks really worn. However. Cleaning First of all. In this case an excellent engine lubricating oil should be used according to the recommendations on page 111. if necessary. When cleaning the chain drives. It is important to ensure that quality and viscosity of the lubricant comply with the operating conditions of the chain drive. A damaged outer link is replaced with a connecting link. sprockets should be replaced with new ones. the two adjoining links must also be removed. However. e. Outer links are riveted into endless chains.MAINTENANCE OF CHAIN DRIVES General information Remove A chain drive needs relatively little maintenance. in practice. Shorter periods may be necessary. 4 In case of protected drives maintenance comprises a regular (annual) cleaning of the oil container and a renewal of the oil filling. from the bottom of the tooth gaps. repair of the chain. paraffin or diesel oil. if it was installed correctly and if it is lubricated according to the recommended procedure. Insert No. Even if the inner and outer plates are oiled. the chain is rinsed in cleaning solvent. it is important to clean the inner parts of the chain. in order to clean a chain drive properly. For perfect lubrication the chain is placed into a container with liquidised special chain lubricant heated up to 120° C. the remaining dirt in the joints will form a grinding compound with the lubricating agent. . those parts which actually have to be lubricated. if the correct chain was selected. averts accidents and absorbs noise.e. It is not recommended to simply turn a worn sprocket around so that it works in reverse running direction. which are to be lubricated.g. Insert No. if necessary. In case of excessive wear or hooked-shaped teeth. It is not recommended to add just a few drops from the oil can or simply douse the chain. the sprocket must be examined in order to determine. before it is then taken out. if it does. Repair Subsequently the chain should be carefully examined for defective links. The chain is left in the lubricant bath until it has reached its temperature. 11 or No. temperature and velocity (please refer to pages 105 ff. After the chain has been properly cleaned it should not make anymore scratching noises when the links are moved. Furthermore. Subsequently. Relubrication Thorough relubrication is to be carried out immediately after cleaning and. However. Excess lubricant must be allowed to drip off since it will not aid the lubrication of the chains links if it sticks to the outer plates. if the chains are very dirty. It is particularly important to remove dirt sediments. they must then be replaced by an inner link with two connecting links.). since the oil will not reach the chain links. 111 respectively Open running chain drives must be cleaned every 3 to 6 months. With endless chains outer links are to be used. the chain should be protected against dirt and adverse environmental influences. 11 or No. Please note that a new chain should never be placed around a worn sprocket. wheel alignment and chain tension should be checked as well. the external rough dirt must be removed by means of a hard or steel brush. Subsequently. Please ensure that the lubricant will actually reach the links. 126 Sprockets The sprocket teeth must be thoroughly cleaned before the chain is finally put back on. Remove Insert No. it should be replaced by a new one. if the teeth are worn too much. which must be replaced. A chain protection box helps to prevent dirt. which would destroy the chain very quickly. i. such perfect lubrication will rarely be possible. If the chain is moved several times back and forth in the solvent bath. New sprockets are to be checked according to the specifications on page 92. because this will definitely reduce the lifecycle of the chain. 111 respectively If an inner link or a roller is broken. which would stretch the chain. this will by no means guarantee a proper lubrication of the inner parts such as pins and bushings. diesel oil or another solvent for approximately 24 hours in order to soak the dirt in the joints as well as the hardened lubrication remnants. joints will be thoroughly cleaned. Therefore the chain is placed into paraffin.

4 mm separate No.SHORTENING AND EXTENDING OF ROLLER CHAINS Shortening by 1 link a) Even number of links up to a pitch of 19.05 mm separate No. 11 No. 12 add b) Odd number of linksl up to a pitch of 19.4 mm separate No. 11 No. 11 separate No. 12 add b) Odd number of links up to a pitch of 19. 111 add Extending by 1 link a) Even number of links up to a pitch of 19.4 mm No. 4 add Pitch as of 25. 11 No. 15 add Pitch as of 25. 4 add Pitch as of 25.4 mm separate No. 127 . 111 No. roller chains may only have 80 % of the tensile strength.05 mm No.05 mm separate No.05 mm separate No. 4 No. 11 No. 4 add Please note: When cranked links are used. 15 add Pitch as of 25.

b1 and d1 as well as e for multiplex chains. 2. state the following dimensions according to the adjoining drawing: e e b1 b2 d2 1. Inner width b1 3. please supply a short part of the chain as a sample (at least one inner link) or.) When ordered by length in metres (e. Avoid if possible! What will the chain be used for? Please inform us on the application area of the chain. duplex or multiplex chain designs are required For replacement chains it is sufficient to state the main dimensions p. Connecting links must be ordered separately. pre-stretched and marked at extra cost.05 mm = ¾“) including one double cranked link and one connecting link (up to a pitch of p = 25. alternatively. It is important to clearly stipulate this requirement when ordering! In special cases measured chains can be supplied at extra cost. Only then will we be able to offer you the perfect chain for the application you have in mind – and you will benefit from our long-time experience! Parallel running chains Chains envisaged for parallel running operation are matched for length.) When ordered by number of links: Orders for chains with even number of links chain is supplied: ready to be installed including one connecting link open* end links = inner links including one single cranked link endless riveted Orders for chains with odd number of links chain is supplied: ready to be installed* (up to a pitch of p = 19.4 mm = 1“) including one single cranked link open end links = inner links endless* riveted (including one cranked link) * When cranked links are used. Inner link width b2 4. Pitch p 2. Please note: In case of replacements it is important to replace both sprockets as well as chains! Length of chain in meters or links 1.g.HOW TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE ABOUT ROLLER CHAINS In order to avoid errors or misunderstandings please supply the following details: p Number of chains . 128 . Transverse pitch (only for multiplex roller chains) 8. Pin diameter for Galle chains d1 6. 5 m) the end links are always inner links.g. Roller and bushing diameter as well as 5. roller chains may only have 80 % of the breaking load. If a chain is to be extended or repaired. If this is unknown e. Please state. when ordering replacement chains.Chain No. all the dimensions shown in the drawing must be supplied. if simplex. Shoulder diameter for Galle chains d2 7.

In case of an odd number (e. If the chain length cannot be a multiple of T. D. the attachment spacing can be arranged in any way. Connecting links must be ordered separately. A. If inner link attachments are not available. 15. Attachment spacing T of special links in (preferably even) multiples of pitch p If attachments are also available on the inner link. Chains with an even number of links will be delivered with a connecting link and are ready for assembly.g. With a distance of T = 4 p and more the connecting link will be supplied in the standard design. this fact must be clearly stated as: “Does not work out even!“ In such a case the distance T at the end of the chain will be alternately longer or shorter. T = 3 p) the attachment is alternated on the outer and inner rings. Avoid if possible! Matched or pre-stretched special chains Parallel running chain strands used for transport and conveying purposes are often required to have highly matching opposite attachments.Chain No. T = 4 p. B. i. the chain includes 176 : 4 = 44 special links). please state clearly: Please supply matched. b) When ordered by a certain number of links. chain length 176 links.HOW TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE ABOUT SPECIAL CHAINS In order to avoid errors or misunderstandings please supply the following details: Number of chains . this number should be divisible by the distance T of the special links (e. Please note: When cranked links are used. every 4th link is a special link. With a distance of T = 2 p (each outer link is a special link) the connecting link is supplied in the respective special design. an odd number spacing can only be made possible by mounting a cranked connecting link No. roller chains may only have 80% of the breaking load. but has to be longer or shorter for design reasons. for other special designs please state if single-sided or double sided attachments are required. When ordering your chain.e.g.g. of the basic chain Type of attachment links (e. E or F). C. 12 or a double cranked link No. At extra cost we will supply the appropriately matched chain strands and mark them accordingly. 129 . In this case the chain may only have 80 % of the breaking load! T= 3p T= 4p Length of chain in metres and links a) When ordered by length in metres. pre-stretched and marked chain strands! The installation of guide rails is recommended to help support and guide chains with long span lengths. the end links are always inner links.

type.) Chain loading operation period hours/day ❍ regular ❍ cyclic ❍ impact ❍ alternating direction ❍ interruption (re-start) approx times per hour Centrifugal mass for impact compensation hp/kW torque M = Nm tensile force F = N hp/kW times per hour ❍ existing ❍ possible ❍ not existing ❍ not possible a= mm shaft distance is adjustable by mm / not adjustable ❍ jockey sprocket ❍ clamping rail ❍ clamping spring ❍ automatic chain tensioner Ambient influences Lubrication ❍ nothing in particular ❍ dust ❍ fibres ❍ sand ❍ humidity temperatures up to °C corrosion caused by ❍ dust proof ❍ not dust proof ❍ installation not possible ❍ chain unprotected ❍ chain protected by engine / machine housing ❍ not permitted ❍ manually (occasionally) ❍ drip feed ❍ oil bath ❍ pressure circulation Sprockets Driving sprocket Speed or planned transmission ratio n1 = Sprocket diameter Largest possible incl. please state which one!) Chain drive Please underline where applicable and enter the respective data if necessary! Power requirement (max. electric motor. = mm Hub bore (shaft Ø) d1 = mm Ø d2 = mm Ø Hub length L1 = mm L2 = mm i= : Sprocket design Hub design One-sided: standard Double-sided: symmetrical or asymmetrical Installation on the shaft (groove sizes according to DIN) Please enter the dimensions of the requested drive into the drawing.g. 4. = mm max. and performance / (e. = mm Ø max. = Sprocket width Largest possible incl. The driving wheel designation should be T. the rotation direction by an arrow and in case of alternating rotation direction by a double arrow ( 130 . chain Chain protection box Driven sprocket rpm n2 = rpm mm Ø max. 6 cylinders etc. chain max.QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CHAIN DRIVES Application What is to be conveyed or driven by the chain? (If an existing chain drive is to be replaced. power to be transmitted) power output P = Drive. internal combustion engine / 2. Please indicate ).

Insufficient lubrication or wrong chain size 1. Chain speed too high 3. Regular check and adjustment of shaft centre distance 4. Chain striking solid object 2. Insufficient lubrication 1. Drive overloaded 1. Make sure chain is not obstructed Chain vibrates with high frequency 1. Make sure chain is not obstructed 2. Excess chain slack 1. Realign sprockets Wear on tooth heads 1. Misalignment 4. Improve lubrication 3. Adjust shaft centre distance or jockey sprocket 2. sprocket and pinion not aligned 1. Chain striking an obstruction 1. Replace chain 1. Re-adjust shaft centre distance 131 . Increase oil supply and check chain size Rust-coloured discolouration of chain and pins 1. Missing or broken rollers 3. Tooth error 2. Sprocket and pinion not aligned or shaft wobble 1. Eccentricity or sprocket wobble 1. Change sprockets 7. Replace chain 2. Select another chain or avoid overload 2. Imprecise toothing on the sprockets 4. Align shafts and sprockets 5. Low material strength 1. Replace chain or defective parts 4. Realign Wear on inner plates or on sides of sprocket teeth 1. Chain riding too high on sprocket teeth due to chain wear 2. Insufficient lubrication 2. Improve lubrication Chain jumps off sprocket 1. Avoid corrosion or use chains made of stainless material (please enquire) Excessive noise 1.TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR CHAIN DRIVES Conditions/Symptoms Possible cause What to do One-sided wear on chains and sprockets 1. Replace chain links or chain Premature elongation 1. Chain elongation 1. Corrosion 6. Chain striking an obstruction 1. sprockets 1. Replace pinion and sprocket Wear on tooth flanks. Shafts not parallel. Broken chain roller 2. Chain jumps off sprocket 5. Excess chain slack and chain jumps off sprocket 3. Replace sprockets 2. Improve and increase lubrication Broken chain parts 7. Insufficient lubrication 5. Make sure chain is not obstructed 5. Check chain dimensioning 6. Exchange for hardened sprockets Wear on outer plates 1.

44. 32 38. 44. 32 30. 48. 52 31. 32 39 40 14 39 12. 44 . 53 25 27 30. 47 10 10 11 39 12 10. 53 25 27 30 17 32 38. 53 25 27 30 17 32 39 37 19 31 12 25 DIN Wippermanndesignation designation 08B-3 10A-1 T T ASA ASA ASA 10B-1 10A-2 ASA 10B-2 D 10A-3 D D D ASA 10B-3 T 10B-3 12A-1 T T ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA 12B-1 12A-2 ASA ASA ASA 08B -3 08B -3 462 462 462 462 50 50 50 10A -1 500 501 10B -1 10B -1 10B -1 501 501 501 501 501 501 501 50 -2 10A -2 501 10B -2 10B -2 10B -2 501 501 501 501 501 50 -3 10A -3 501 10B -3 10B -3 10B -3 501 501 501 501 60 12A -1 60 60 60 60 60 61 61 513 12B -1 12B -1 12B -1 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 60 -2 12A -2 60 60 -2 BI KS MA GL-3 GL-3 MA RF RF MA H HX MA BI BI KS MA GL GL MA RF RF GL RF MA GL SB MA BI BI KS MA GL-2 GL-2 MA RF RF MA GL MA BI BI KS MA GL-3 GL-3 MA RF RF MA MA GL H HX HGL RF SB SB RF BI BI KS MA GL GL MA GL GL RF GL RF MA SF RF SF SF MA SB MA GL-2 RF Design Page „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free „ „ reinforced „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ „ „ maintenance-free with POM-clip Sidebow chain „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free with POM-clip „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ reinforced „ „ „ „ „ stainless steel Sidebow chain „ stainless steel „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ with POM-clip with TPU-clip „ „ „ maintenance-free Accumulator chain stainless steel Accumulator chain „ maintenance-free Sidebow chain Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ „ stainless steel 27 30 17 32 40 37 13. 52 13 23 31. 45. 47 41 13.CHAIN NUMBERS DIN Wippermanndesignation designation 2DH I 03 04 04C-1 05B-1 05B-2 05B-3 06B-1 06C-1 D ASA D D T ASA ASA 06B-2 06B-3 06C-2 D T ASA ASA 06B-3 06C-3 08A-1 ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA 081 082 083 08B-1 08A-2 ASA 08B-2 ASA D D D D 08B-3 132 T 440 445 445 25 450 450 453 454 450 450 450 455 06B -1 455 455 35 35 455 455 06B -2 455 455 35 -2 35 -2 455 455 06B -3 35 -3 40 08A -1 40 40 40 331 331 332 332 110 17 18 460 461 462 08B -1 08B -1 08B -1 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 462 40 -2 08A -2 40 -2 462 08B -2 08B -2 08B -2 462 462 462 462 462 08A -3 462 08B -3 RF RF GL MA RF TL RF GL-2 GL-2 MA GL MA RF RF RF GL-3 GL-3 MA MA MA RF SB SB RF RF RF BI BI KS MA GL GL MA RF RF GL RF MA GL GL SB MA RF BI BI KS MA GL-2 GL-2 MA RF RF MA GL MA BI Design Page Top-plate conveyor chain Roller chain „ „ Bush chain Roller chain „ stainless steel „ „ Roller chain „ stainless steel „ „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel Roller chain Bush chain Roller chain stainless steel „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ stainless steel „ Bush chain „ Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ „ Bush chain Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel Sidebow chain „ stainless steel Roller chain „ stainless steel „ „ stainless steel „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ Roller chain maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ „ maintenance-free with POM-clip with TPU-clip Sidebow chain Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free with POM-clip „ maintenance-free „ „ 55 10 10. 32. 53 30. 44. 49. 52. 49. 52 31. 44. 52. 44 . 52.46. 52 38. 48. 32 15 13. 44. 47 38 37 19 16 14 31 11. 44 . 53 25 27 30 17 32 39 37 19 15 31 12 25 27 30 17 32 40 37 13. 44. 46. 45 38. 17 30. 47 10.46. 49. 46.45 38. 45. 44-49 17 32 38. 52 11 13 10. 47 16 16 10. 35 16 14 31 17 39 . 44-49 17 32 19 21 38 37 56 56 34. 52 38 11. 17. 52 17 13 23 17 38 16 16 10. 52. 53 30. 32 30. 52 10 10.46. 45. 53 25 27 30. 38. 52. 48. 17. 47 10 10 41 41 10 10. 46. 45. 47 38 37 19 21 16 14 31 39 11.46. 44 .

52 25 27 30. 52 13 23 31. 35 13. 35 16 14 31 11. 47 38 38 56. 44-49 17 32 22 22 14 31 11 25 27 30 17 32 15 31 12 25 27 133 .CHAIN NUMBERS DIN Wippermanndesignation designation Design Page 12B-2 „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free Accumulator chain „ maintenance-free with POM-clip Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free Accumulator chain stainless steel „ „ maintenance-free Roller chain „ „ „ „ „ „ reinforced „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free with POM-clip „ „ maintenance-free with POM-clip with TPU-clip „ reinforced „ stainless steel „ „ „ „ Accumulator chain „ „ „ maintenance-free Sidebow chain Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ „ „ Roller chain maintenance-free „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free Accumulator chain „ maintenance-free Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ 11. 52 13 23 31.46. 35 19 15 31 17 12 25 27 30 17 32 40 37 56. 57 56. 53 25 27 30 17 17 32 22 39 37 56. 57 34. 48. 57 34. 53 25 27 30 17 32 38 37 56. 57 34. 52. 35 15 31 12 D 12A-3 D D D D D ASA 12B-3 ASA T 12B-3 16A-1 T T T T T ASA ASA ASA 16B-1 16A-2 ASA 16B-2 D 16A-3 D D D D ASA 16B-3 T 513 12B -2 12B -2 12B -2 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 60 -3 12A -3 60 513 12B -3 12B -3 12B -3 513 513 513 513 513 513 513 515 517 540 546 b 547 80 80 80 16A -1 548 16B -1 16B -1 16B -1 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 548 80 -2 16A -2 548 16B -2 16B -2 16B -2 548 548 548 548 -2 548 548 548 548 80 -3 16A -3 548 BI BI KS MA GL-2 GL-2 MA RF RF MA SF SF MA GL MA GL-3 BI BI KS MA GL-3 GL-3 MA RF RF MA SF RF SF SF MA H HX MA BI BI KS MA GL GL MA GL GLS GLS MA GLS GLS GLX RF RF GL RF GLS SF RF SF SF MA SB MA BI BI KS MA GL-2 GLS-2 GL-2 MA GLX RF RF MA SF SF MA MA DIN Wippermanndesignation designation 16B-3 20A-1 T T T T T ASA ASA ASA 20B-1 20A-2 ASA 20B-2 D 20A-3 ASA 20B-3 T 24A-1 ASA ASA ASA 24B-1 24A-2 ASA 24B-2 D 24A-3 ASA 24B-3 T 16B -3 16B -3 16B -3 548 548 548 548 -3 548 548 548 548 548 100 100 100 20A -1 552 552 563 20B -1 20B -1 20B -1 563 563 563 563 100 -2 20A -2 563 20B -2 20B -2 20B -2 563 563 563 -2 100 -3 20A -3 563 20B -3 20B -3 20B -3 563 563 563 -3 577 120 120 120 24A -1 596 24B -1 24B -1 24B -1 596 596 596 596 120 -2 24A -2 596 24B -2 24B -2 24B -2 596 596 120 -3 24A -3 596 24B -3 24B -3 BI BI KS MA GL-3 GLS-3 GL-3 MA GLX RF RF MA SF RF SF SF MA H HX MA MA BI BI KS MA GL GL MA GL GLX MA BI BI KS MA GL-2 GL-2 MA GLX MA BI BI KS MA GL-3 GL-3 MA GLX H HX MA BI BI KS MA GL GL MA R SX MA BI BI KS MA GL-2 GL-2 MA MA BI BI KS Design Page „ „ Roller chain maintenance-free „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ stainless steel „ maintenance-free Accumulator chain stainless steel „ „ maintenance-free Roller chain „ reinforced „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free with POM-clip „ reinforced „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ reinforced „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ maintenance-free „ „ „ 25 27 30 17 17 32 22 40 37 56. 35 41 41 41 41 41 13. 52 10.46. 52 10. 52 25 27 30.46. 57 56. 57 34. 52 30. 53 25 27 30. 44 . 52 10. 57 56. 49. 46. 52 13. 52 13 23 31. 52 10. 45. 44-49 17 32 19 22 14 31 11 25 27 30 17 32 22 15 31 12 25 27 30 17 32 22 41. 44 . 44-49 17 32 19 17 32 19 21 22 38. 44 . 44. 57 34.

52 14 11 15 12 13 13 23 10 22 14 11 15 12 10 11 12 42. 51 33. 51 41 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 61-64 61-64 69 69 69 69 70 70 DIN Wippermanndesignation designation 08-015/020A 08-025/030/035J 08-050/65J 10-025/035/040J 10-050/065J 12-035/040/050J 12-065/075J 16-050/065/075J 16-100/125J 24-065/075/100J 24-125/150J 32-100/115/135J 32-150/180J HD06-015/020A HD06-025/030/040J HD06-050/065J HD08-015/020A HD08-025/030/040J HD08-050/065/075J HD08-100J HD12-030A HD12-035/040J HD12-050/065/085J HD12-100/125/150J HD12-200J HD16-040/050/065J HD16-075/100/125J HD16-150/200J HP06-015/020A LL 0822 LL 0844 LL 0866 LL 1022 LL 1044 LL 1066 LL 1222 LL 1244 LL 1266 HP06-025/030/040J HP06-050/065J HP08-015/025A HP08-025/030/040J HP08-050/065/075J HP08-100J HP12-020/025/035J HP12-040/050/065J HP12-085/100/125J HP16-040/050/065J HP16-075/100/125J HP24-040/050/065J HP24-075/100/125J HP24-150J 200 203 206 209 212 215 218 F 122 F 124 F 126 F 152 F 154 FU 154 F 156 FU 156 FU 156 S FU 158 F 192 F 194 F 194 S FU 194 F 196 F 196 S FU 196 FU 196 S Design Page „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ High performance inverted tooth chain type serie HD „ „ „ „ „ „ 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 „ „ „ „ „ „ „ High performance inverted tooth chain type serie HP „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ Bush chain „ „ „ „ „ „ Leaf chain „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 65 65 65 65 65 66 65 66 66 66 65 65 65 66 65 65 66 66 . 57 56. 44. 51 42. 57 34. 51 42. 51 33. 51 42. 51 33. 51 42. 51 56. 45. 35 42. 50. 50. 57 56. 44. 50. 35 42. 50. 52 14 11 15 12 13 13 23 10. 50. 51 56. 51 33. 50. 50. 45. 50. 50. 57 34. 50. 50. 51 42. 51 42.CHAIN NUMBERS DIN Wippermanndesignation designation 28A-1 28B-1 28A-2 28B-2 28A-3 28B-3 32A-1 32B-1 32A-2 32B-2 32A-3 32B-3 40A-1 40B-1 40A-2 40B-2 40A-3 40B-3 48B-1 48B-2 48B-3 208 B 208 B 210 B 210 B 212 B 212 B 216 B 216 B 220 B 134 24B -3 MA 596 GL-3 596 GL-3 MA ASA 140 ASA 140 H ASA 140 HX 613 ASA 140 -2 D 613 ASA 140 -3 T 613 ASA 160 ASA 160 H ASA 160 HX 652 ASA 160 -2 D 652 ASA 160 -3 T 652 ASA 200 ASA 200 H ASA 200 HX 671 671 SX ASA 200 -2 D 671 ASA 200 -3 T 671 679 D 679 T 679 713 208 B MA 713 RF 717 210 B MA 717 RF 722 212 B MA 722 RF 722 SF RF 722 SF 722 SF MA 728 216 B MA 728 RF 728 SF RF 728 SF 728 SF MA 734 220 B MA 6144 01105 01462 01463 01500 01501 01513 01589 01598 01650 01650 RF 320 340 1110 1112 1114 1115 06-015/20A 06-025/030/035J Design Page Roller chain maintenance-free Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ „ reinforced „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ reinforced „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ reinforced „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel Roller chain „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel „ „ maintenance-free „ stainless steel Accumulator chain „ „ „ maintenance-free Roller chain Roller chain maintenance-free „ stainless steel Accumulator chain „ „ „ maintenance-free Roller chain „ maintenance-free Roller chain agricultural Hollow pin chain „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ stainless steel ATC chain ATC chain Inverted tooth chain with bushings „ „ „ High performance inverted tooth chain „ 30 17 32 13 13 23 10. 50. 50. 50. 51 33.

CHAIN NUMBERS DIN Wippermanndesignation designation Design Page LL 1622 LL 1644 „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ Leaf chain „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ „ 65 65 66 65 66 66 65 65 65 65 65 66 65 66 66 66 65 65 66 65 66 65 65 65 65 65 65 66 66 66 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 LL 1666 LL 2022 LL 2044 LL 2066 LL 2422 LL 2444 LL 2466 LL 3222 LL 3244 LL 3266 LL 3288 LL 3110 LL 4022 LL 4044 LL 4066 LL 4088 LH 1023 LH 1034 LH 1044 LH 1046 LH 1066 LH 1623 LH 1634 LH 1644 LH 1646 LH 1666 F F FU F FU FU F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL BL 252 254 254 256 256 258 312 314 316 382 384 384 U 386 386 U 388 U 501 U 502 504 504 U 506 506 U 508 501 632 634 636 638 508 U 634 U 636 U 638 U 523 534 544 546 566 823 834 844 846 866 135 .

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...................................................................................................................................................................120...........44 Connecting links ................................................................................... 99ff B Bearing area ...........33 with single hole straight attachments and extended pins ....................................................37....................... 10ff Inside thread ............................................................... 110 Dimensions of chains ......................123 Chain lubricant WKS-Spezial and WKS-Plus ........................................56-58 E Efficiency .....................116 Factors for impact coefficient fy ....................................................................................... 122.................................................. designations and units ...............................................................34..............73 Cranked link chains.................................................. 75ff 138 Factors for chain calculation . 127 Chain selection (examples) .............. 10ff Construction of chain drives .........................................................................104 Favourable lubrication ...........................................................111 AFS clip .......................70 Inverted tooth (silent) chains type series HD ...........................................97...........................11......................................................106 End links for leaf chains ...................................................................................................................43 Hub dimensions (standard sprockets) ..................41 Alignment of sprockets ... 15 .................24................109 according to DIN 8150 ............................ details .......................................................................90 Inner link No..........69 Inverted tooth (silent) chains .92 table ....................42 MARATHON double pitch roller chains ..........123 Calculation of chain lengths ...............121 Calculation of sprockets ..............89 Chain disassembly .......................... 98 Extending of chains ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 ................58 Accumulator chains ..50................................................112 G Galle chains construction and applications ..........................19.....................126.............................................................. 112 ................................................124............................................................90 H Hardening of sprockets ................. 10ff Connecting link No.......................................... 105 ...47......................64 Automatic chain tensioners ....................................................................................................................................................53 ATC chains ... 44............................................................................122 Calculation of chain length X (in links) ..... 125 Construction of steel link chains .................................. 10ff Inner width b1 ........................................................................................................................35.....................74 Chain repair ........127 Extended pins ......................................................................................................................................................................74 Chain tensioners.................. 125 Combination attachment chains .....128 ETP shaft bushing .................................................115 Factor for the number of teeth n calculation ...................46.........................................124 Conveyor chains ......................25.68 construction and applications .................................................... 4 ..............................................................................................................................................................................................124................................................................................73 Groove sizes .............................................. 44 ...........124..............................................................53 F C Calculation of chain drives ................................73 Double cranked link No...109 Link numbers ..........125 Dry running ................................................................73 D Details for enquiries and orders ............50 Drip lubrication ................................................................................................................................................................................. 117 ........................................... 10ff Connecting link with cottered pin No....................... 10ff Bent attachments ....................................108 Chain maintenance ...92 Calculation of sprocket diameters ............................. 25 Biathlon KS.................. details ....................... 61 ...................................................... 110 Contact angle ................................................................. roller chains with cranked links ...............................127 Chain breaker ....................................................................................................... automatic ..59 Agricultural chains according to DIN 8189 ............................. 11..........30-32.....................50 Biathlon.......................................... 111........................................................ 10ff Chain puller ...........120 Lubrication ..................................................................... 75ff I Induction hardening of sprockets ......51 with bent attachments ............................................................................................22.........................................................71 Inverted tooth (silent) chains type series HP ..................................................................................90 Hollow pin chains .................................................... sizes ..................................MARATHON..........................................................................60 construction and applications ..............................................................................110 conveyor chains with bushings ..............72 K Keyways................................... 125 calculation (examples) .. 23........................................................ 35 Acid-resistant chains RF (stainless steel) ....................................................................................................................................................123 Chain separation .................... 111 or 12 ...........126 Chain parts ............................... 65 ................ 99 ..............................48......................127 Chain drives configurations ....................................................26.......................126 Chain couplings ....................42... 10ff Double pitch roller chains according to DIN 8181 and stainless steel .....................................................106 Duplex roller chains ................................................................................................................................123 Chain lengths calculation .......124...................................................................................................................................67 Enquiries about special chains....................................................................104 ASA roller chains............................................................................................109......27...................................17.............................................................. 46 ...... 129 construction of chain drives .............................................102 Chain tensioning ..............................INDEX A Accumulator chains ..............................................................................................39........................................................................................................................................................129 Enquiries about sprockets.............................................................. 123 Calculation of chain length L (in metres) ................51 Advantages of roller chain drives .......................................... 10ff Dimensions of standard sprockets ......................................................122 Diameters of sprockets ......................................................53...........93 Faulty mounting of chain drives ........................ 120 ...............................................103 Enquiries...120 Calculation of shaft distance a .............................128..........................119 Different types of steel link chains ........................106 Formulas.................................................107 Drum drives ............................................34..................108 ........................................................... 27 Bush chains dimensions according to DIN 8164 .............. 125 Determination of chain length L (graphically) ...................... 37-40.......................... 31 Attachment chains ......... 56 .............14......... 13-15...........................91 Chain cleaning ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49 Inverted tooth chains with bushings ....................................................................................109................................................................................85 Leaf chains dimensions ..92 Diagram power PC ... details ............................................................................................................................................92 Centre to centre distance A for sprockets .................................................................................................90 L Lantern gear toothing ... DIN 8188 ......

.............. 17............................................. 17-22............................................................104 Multiplex roller chains dimensions according to DIN 8187 and 8188 ................. 8188 and works-standards ............55 Transverse pitch e 11.................... calculation and checking ........................ 98 Shaft centre distance.............. 28 .............. 75ff O Oil bath .............................................. 99 .................................10......30-32............................19..............126 Manual lubrication .........................................................................................................45.......................10............119 W Wear life ....... 11) ....................................................................... 21 Power chains ..........35 Maintenance-free chains MARATHON............................... 117 .........................................................23 type series GL ..34......................................... 37 MARATHON ...........maintenance-free chains........................................50......... shaft distance .............................................92 Toothing check .........22...............................109 110 with single hole straight attachments .............17....109....................................................... 7 ....................36...........................27..............................................................................................12...........34..........92 Toothing.............................................................................17.............INDEX M S Main chain dimensions .................42. 99 ...................... 86 ..........92 Tooth designs . 7 (A) (to be riveted) ............. 35.....................................107 Spring clip connecting link (connecting link No................................................................... outer link No......96 Sprockets made to specifications ................................................40..................................................................... 75 ................... 115........126 Shortening and extending of roller chains ..........................116 Speeds bush chains .............39.......... 56........................................................................................................................ 94 .............................91 calculation ...................................................................................................................................10ff construction ................................................................................................128........ 42.............41..... 46................................ 46 ....................................37..............................................................32.........52 construction and applications .......... 47....22...................................................... stainless steel .........15..........................119 Pre-selection of leaf chains .................................14........................................................ 114 Pre-selection of roller chain drives ........... 84 .................................................. 105 ..... 37 Matched chains ..............................................92 table ............ 117 ............................................... 51... 52 Dimensions according to DIN 8187/8188 and works-standard specifications ............... 11........................... 43......... details ................................................................108 Operating factors k ............................. 28 ..........................................119 Number of teeth ....... 129 Mounting of chain drives ........ 52 with bent attachments ..... 12 ...................19.........................................................53............92 tooth design ..............................116 also refer to “Lubrication“ ................................85 designs and steel grades ................................25............... 45 ...........................27..............90 Standard sprockets .......112 Orders............................................................32.........................51......... 10ff Tensile strength ........................................119 139 ...maintenance-free chains ........................124 SPANN-BOX® ............107 Pre-stretched chains .............................125 Roller diameter d1 ............stainless steel ......... 10ff Root circle diameter..14................................................ 10ff N Nominal power P.......30-32............................. 37 ..........37..27........................ 37..25..........97................................25......109...........................34....................................50 power chains ...........................108 Replacing of chain links .............. 127 Required space for standard sprockets ....................... 94 ...........................22 Roller conveyors with chains ............................................................................ 30 ..................................22 Speeds and chain pitches ............................................................ 116 ...............40........................................96 Pitch angle ........................................ 117 ...........................................................................................................................56-58 V Validity of power diagrams .........................................27....................................................................................................................................................92 Sprocket diameters (table) for roller chains ........................... 13...............................................................36...................................121 guidelines ..............40........................................................40 construction...................................49.............................................................. 75ff Return strand ......................................................................................... 10ff Slack span ..... 51 with extended pins ..25................. 94 ................................................. 10ff Plastic rollers .....................124 Roller chains dimensions according to DIN 8187...............107 Oils ..........................................34.....................27...........................................60 for roller chains refer to “Speeds and chain pitches“ .................... 57 Plate end links for leaf chains ..30-32...................................88 design “B“ (with hub on one side) ........................................................... 37-40....... 129 Profile of sprockets ............ details ............................................113.............54 R Recommended lubrication and lubricants ..........................................................37....92 Pitch p .....53..39...............15........ 42......... 10ff Tip circle diameter calculation ..... 51 Straight connecting link.....34...............................................................................................................................19..23 Power diagrams .........................56-58 Standard designs of sprockets ....17..................................................................................................... 10ff Sprocket designs ..................................................... 117 .............................................21-23...............90 axial profiles ...................................129 Outer diameter of sprockets ............106 Speed range of roller chains ...................................121 Shaft distance calculation .....................................................35 MARATHON ....... 51 Single cranked link No..........................................................92 Outer link No.......17.........................67 POM clips ..90 Sprockets design “A“ (plate sprockets) ..................................... 110 type series RF made of stainless and acid-resistant steel .90 Top-plate conveyor chain ..................................................18..............................................35.................... 12.102 SPANN-BOY®.... 47........................................................................................92 for roller chain sprockets .......................................90 Stainless steel chains RF ..............11................... 75ff Straight attachments .....................12.........................................................126 Maintenance of chain drives ...........................................................................................................................92 T Tables for chain dimensions ............................................. 105 ................................................................................ 44.....37..........92 Pull strand ................................ 45 .......................... 124 ........................56-58 Triplex roller chains ................................................................37-41 heavy duty design ..................... 41.....................................128 Orders of special chains..................... 38.............................................. 19 POM clips with top surface TPU ..........22... 10ff Toothing ................. 10ff P PCD calculation ............35..102 Special heavy duty chains ....109............... 110 Maintenance .127 Simplex roller chains ...................... 115ff Pressure circulation lubrication .38............................................... 111 .................... 114 Shaft bushings ......128................119 Splash lubrication (oil bath method) .......................................20.....46................................35...........47......................................................25................................................................................................................ hardened .....13............................ connecting link No.................................................124 Pusher dog ..106....96 To be riveted. 110 Safety factors for leaf chains ...126...113............ 50.......................................30-32....15.......................................................................................49.............................. 107 Maintenance-free chains MARATHON ..................................................................

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