H Class Transfer Rooftop Chain

Transfer Rooftop Chains are available in two types: “H” Class Transfer and Combination Transfer Chain. “H” Class Transfer Chain includes those numbered H78A, H78B, H130, H131, and H138. All “H” Class Transfer Chain is available only in riveted construction. “H” Class Transfer Chain numbered H 78A, H 130, and H 131 is made with peaked roofs. Chain numbered H 138 and H 78B has flat roofs. The Combination Transfer Chain includes those numbered C55A, C55B, and C55D. It is available only in riveted construction with peaked roofs.

“H” Class Transfer Rooftop Chain is most often intended for operation in troughs, in two or more parallel stands on transfer conveyors, with only the bevel tops of the links projecting about the guides. This permits loading and unloading to be done transversely. The name “camelback chain” is used for this class of chain because of its ability to carry heavy concentrated loads, handle bulk material, and transport products. In industry, a rooftop transfer chain is the choice material to carry and transport lumber, boxes, barrels, crates, packages, barrels, bars, and so on.

“H” Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Specifications:

H Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Specifications

“H” Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Dimensions in Inches:

Chain No. H78A  H78B  H130  H131  H138
Pitch in Inches 2.609 2.609 4.000 4.000 4.000
Style of Top A B A A B
Links Per 10 Feet 46 46 30 30 30
Weight Per Foot LBS. 5.6 6.1 5.2 8.4 5.8
Average Ultimate Strength Load LBS. 16000 16000 14000 24000 16000
Recommended Maximum Working Load LBS. 2820 2820 2440 4700 2440
Ar 3.25 3.25 3.25 4.00 3.25
Br 1.62 1.62 1.62 2.06 1.62
C 1.56 1.56 1.62 1.94 1.62
Db 0.88 0.88 1.00 1.25 1.00
Dp 0.500 0.500 0.500 0.625 0.500
E 1.12 1.12 1.00 1.62 1.00
E1 1.88 1.88 1.62 2.50 1.62
F 1.00 1.00 1.06 1.56 1.06
J 1.12 1.12 1.16 1.47 1.16
P 1.69 1.69 1.69 2.25 1.69
W 2.81 2.81 2.81 3.44 2.81

“H” Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Features:

“H” class rooftop chains are heavy-duty chains that are designed for use in demanding applications, such as rooftop conveyors and material handling systems. They are made from high-quality materials and have a number of features that make them well-suited for these applications, including:

1. High tensile strength: “H” class rooftop chains have a high tensile strength, which means that they can withstand a lot of force without breaking. This makes them ideal for applications where there is a lot of weight or torque involved.

2. Durability: “H” class rooftop chains are made from durable materials, such as pearlitic malleable iron, which can withstand wear and tear from abrasive materials and harsh environments.

3. Wide pitch: “H” class rooftop chains have a wide pitch, which means that they can move more material at a time. This makes them ideal for applications where speed and efficiency are important.

4. Strengthened sidebars: The sidebars of “H” class rooftop chains are strengthened, which provides an added layer of wear protection and helps to prolong the life of the chain.

5. Riveted construction: “H” class rooftop chains are riveted together, which makes them strong and durable.

H Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Features

“H” Class Transfer Rooftop Chain Applications:

“H” class rooftop chains are used in a variety of demanding applications, including:

(1) Rooftop conveyors: “H” class rooftop chains are commonly used in rooftop conveyor systems for moving materials around construction sites and industrial buildings. They are strong enough to handle the weight of heavy materials, such as lumber and bricks, and they are durable enough to withstand the harsh conditions found on rooftops.

(2) Material handling systems: “H” class rooftop chains are also used in material handling systems, such as those used in warehouses and factories. They can be used to move materials around the plant, load and unload trucks, and even transport materials between buildings.

(3) Mining and quarrying: “H” class rooftop chains are also used in mining and quarrying operations. They can be used to move heavy materials, such as coal and ore, around the mine or quarry. They are also used to transport materials to and from the surface.

(4) Forestry: “H” class rooftop chains are used in forestry operations to move logs around. They are strong enough to handle the weight of logs and they are durable enough to withstand the rough terrain found in forests.

(5) Waste handling: “H” class rooftop chains are also used in waste handling operations. They can be used to move trash and recyclable materials around the landfill or transfer station. They are also used to load and unload trucks.

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