Silent chain, or inverted-tooth chain, is a type of chain with teeth shaped on its links to engage with one’s teeth in the Taper Pulleys sprockets. Silent chains drives aren’t really silent. The links in a silent chain drive, however, engage with the sprocket teeth with little effect or sliding, and consequently a silent chain creates less vibrations and noise than various other chains. The amount of noise produced by a silent chain drive depends of many factors including sprocket size, swiftness, lubrication, load, and drive support. A web link belt silent chain contains removable links joined by rivets or interlocking tabs. These chains offer the advantage of installation without dismantling drive components, reducing inventory, and increasing temperature ranges