For ” Small Conveyor Chains”, many back links are available for coupling and attaching custom devices directly towards the chains. These hyperlinks are identified as attachments. The following common attachments can be found.
Forms and names of conventional attachments
conventional attachments consist of 5 types for single pitch chains and 5 kinds for double pitch chains as illustrated under. In addition, for single pitch chains, 4 kinds of broad attachments, as broad as outer plates, can be found. Common attachments for respective chain sizes are listed around the following web page.
The best way to indicate the specially arranged chains with attachments
A chain with Attachment K1s specially arranged as above is indicated as follows:
CJ+(K1 inner+PL)×3+3LL+PL+(K1 inner+PL)×3+3LL+K1 outer+(RL+K1 outer)×2+5LL
“CJ” stands for a C connecting link; “K1 inner”, an inner website link Attachment K1; “PL”, an outer link; “3LL”, three hyperlinks from an inner hyperlink to an inner hyperlink; “K1 outer”, an outer link Attachment K1; and “RL”, an inner website link, respectively. A “+” sign usually means “connection”, plus a “×” sign indicates “repeat”. (For one-side attachments this kind of as Attachment A and Attachment SA, the position of attachment plates is on side A inside the over illustration.)
Note: When attaching attachments to just about every even-number link, they may be attached to outer back links, unless of course specified.