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400 Class Pintle Chain can be a light-weight, moderately priced chain capable of han-dling common loads at slow or intermediate speeds. It’s proportionately cast for stability, power and lengthy, ef?cient support, and it is accessible in riveted or cottered construction. The head of every pin is notched to ?t the sidebar locking lug which keeps the pin from rotating when the chain is in use. Closed bearing building helps make 400 Class Pin-tle Chain useful in conveying moderately gritty and abrasive supplies.
Manufactured in Promal, with a ten-sile strength vary from 7,800 to 28,600 lbs, 400 Class Pintle Chain is cautiously cored for pitch accuracy with smooth bearing sur-faces that lower ?¡ãbreak-in?¡À wear resulting in pitch elongation.
400 Class Pintle Chain is available in the pitch selection of 1.375 to 3.075 inches using a total as-sortment of cast iron or fabricated steel steel sprockets.
A substantial assortment of attachments can be found to handle a wide selection of applications. Types A and G attachments are made available in ideal and left hand hyperlinks.
As being a drive chain, 400 Class Pintle is designed to travel within the route with the barrel finish of the links; as an elevating or conveying chain, its direction of travel should be toward the open ends with the back links.
All 400 Class Pintle Chain is manu-factured according to manufacturer?¡¥s requirements and it is wholly interchangeable with other manufac-turers?¡¥ chain.
A1 ATTACHMENT
NOTE: ?¡ãR?¡À and ?¡ãL?¡À suf?xes in Attachment Letters designate correct hand and left hand attachments.
A12 ATTACHMENT
NOTE: ?¡ãR?¡À and ?¡ãL?¡À suf?xes in Attachment Letters designate right hand and left hand attachments.