Steel chain approaching stainless steel chain in corrosion resistance
Double Guard Chain is extremely corrosion resistant with coating of double layers of two diverse materials. Compared to the High-Guard Chain, it exhibits virtually doubled corrosion resistance during the salt water spray test, and may be used in mild alkaline and mild acidic ailments.
?With its enhanced corrosion resistance, it could possibly be utilized in situations the place High-Guard or Rustless Chains are not able to be used, and in some cases in some problems wherever only stainless steel is often applied.
?The coating includes environmentally friendly non-chrome materials. To comply with the EU’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, hexavalent chromium isn’t made use of.
Advisable uses
?Ailments that demand the two strength and corrosion resistance
Multilevel parking facility, moving decks, cleansing lines and so forth. ?Ailments exposed to rain or sea water
Machines set up outdoors, amusement machines
?Conditions exposed to mild alkaline and mild acidic chemical agents, sea water or wastewater. Numerous chemical plants and water therapy plants.
Selection of chains
Double Guard Chain has an equivalent strength to a conventional roller chain.
Connecting hyperlinks and offset back links
R connecting links are applied for high-guard chains #60 or smaller sized and C connecting backlinks for #80 or more substantial, and OJ and 2POJ are made use of as offset hyperlinks.
Standard sprockets for high-guard chains may be employed since the dimensions would be the similar as conventional roller chains.
Use stainless steel chains when the chains will come in direct make contact with with foods.
Double Guard chain will not have a gloss just like the nickel coated chain.
Unless not so specified by the client, chains are coated with grease and shipped. If doable, oil the spaces amongst pins and bushes and bushes and rollers. Please use the recommended lubrication oil for the maintenance of the chain as oiling with grease could cause flexion failure.