400 Class Pintle Chain
400 Class Pintle Chains are manufactured with high-quality cast offset-style links and hardened steel pins. These chains are available from stock with standard cotters or can be supplied with stainless steel cotters for extremely abrasive applications. Typically these chains are found in agricultural applications, water treatment facilities, conveying and drive applications, forestry, grain handling, and many more. We also offer a full line of sprockets, attachments, and other accessories for 400 class pintle chains.
400 Class Pintle Chains Characteristic
The “400 class” designation indicates that the chain has a tensile strength of at least 4,000 pounds, meaning it is capable of carrying significant weight without breaking or stretching.
Pintle chains are characterized by their interlocking, combination-style links, which are connected by special hook-like pins or pintles. These pintles allow the chain to flex and move smoothly, even over uneven surfaces or around curved paths, while maintaining high strength and durability.
Overall, 400 class pintle chains are a reliable, heavy-duty choice for demanding industrial applications that require a dependable, long-lasting conveyor chain.
400 Class Pintle Chains Specifications
|Chain No.||442 Pintle Chain||445 Pintle Chain||452 Pintle Chain||455 Pintle Chain||462 Pintle Chain||477 Pintle Chain||488 Pintle Chain||4103 Pintle Chain|
|Bearing Area Width Over Bearing (W)||1.060||1.060||1.088||1.120||1.440||1.250||1.618||1.875|
|Bearing Area Diam. (R)||0.560||0.620||0.690||0.620||0.720||0.720||0.880||1.250|
|Bearing Area Max Allow Sprocket Face (J)||0.620||0.690||0.620||0.690||0.880||0.690||0.940||1.120|
|Pin Diam. (D)||0.310||0.310||0.375||0.375||0.438||0.438||0.438||0.750|
|Plate Height (H)||0.750||0.750||0.838||0.838||0.938||1.000||0.938||1.500|
|Overall Width Riveted (G)||1.875||1.875||2.060||2.060||2.375||2.250||2.750||3.250|
|Average Tensile Strength Lbs.||6,000||6,000||7,000||7,300||8,800||9,600||11,000||27,000|
|Average Weight Per Foot Lbs.||1.40||1.50||2.00||1.90||2.50||2.00||2.90||5.70|
400 Class Pintle Chains Attachments
|Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain-A1 Attachment||Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain- A22 Attachment||Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain-D5 Attachment|
|Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain-K1 Attachment||Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain-F29 Attachment||Cast 400 Class Pintle Chain-F2 Attachment|
400 Class Pintle Chains Applications
Agriculture – 400 class pintle chain is used in agricultural applications such as grain elevators, feed mills, and silo unloaders to transport heavy loads of grain, feed, and other materials.
Mining – 400 class pintle chain is used in mining applications such as coal mining, salt mining, and copper mining to move heavy loads of material over long distances.
Construction – 400 class pintle chain is used in construction applications such as cement plants and asphalt plants to transport heavy materials and aggregate.
Overall, 400 class pintle chain is a highly versatile conveyor chain that is used in a wide range of industrial applications where heavy loads must be transported efficiently and reliably.
400 Class Pintle Chain Sprockets
The 400 class pintle chain sprockets are typically made of high-grade steel, which offers excellent strength, durability, and wear resistance. This makes them ideal for use in tough industrial environments where the sprockets are exposed to harsh conditions, extreme temperatures, and heavy loads.
Some common applications for 400 class pintle chain sprockets include agricultural equipment such as grain elevators and feed mills, mining equipment such as coal mining and salt mining conveyors, and lumber handling equipment such as sawmills and paper mills.
400 class pintle chain sprockets are available in a range of styles and configurations, including single, double, and triple-strand designs. They come in a variety of tooth counts and pitch sizes to accommodate different chain sizes and loads.
When selecting a 400 class pintle chain sprocket, it is important to choose a sprocket that matches the pitch and tooth count of the chain. A proper fit is crucial for ensuring optimal performance and reducing wear on both the chain and sprocket.