How wide is #80 chain?

80 Roller Chain Dimensions – 35 ANSI b 29.1

Chain No. DIN P x W Width W (mm)
80-1 1 X 5/8″ 15.88
80-2 1 X 5/8″ 15.88
80-3 1 X 5/8″ 15.88

How wide is a #35 chain?

#35 Chain Dimensions

Size Pitch (P) Bushing Width (W)
35-1 0.375″ 0.188″
35-2 0.375″ 0.188″
35-3 0.375″ 0.188″

What size is a 60 chain?

Single-Strand Roller Chain Size Chart

Chain Size Pitch (P) Weight (Per Ft)
#41-1 0.500″ 0.28 LBS
#50-1 0.625″ 0.68 LBS
#60-1 0.750″ 0.97 LBS

How do you calculate chain size?

Begin by counting the number of teeth on the largest front sprocket and largest rear. These numbers are often printed right on the sprockets and cogs. Next, measure the distance between the middle of the crank bolt to the rear axle. This is also the chain stay length.

How do you read a chain size?

Go-kart chain numbers take the first letter from the pitch. And the last 1 or 2 digits from the roller width. For example a 420 chain has a pitch of 4/8-inches and a 520 chain has a pitch of 5/8-inches. To start measuring your chain size you need to start at the sprocket.

How do I know what type of chain I have?

To measure the chain size, if you have just the sprocket, use calipers to measure between the teeth. Measure from center to center of where the chain roller would set between the teeth that will give you the pitch. Once you know the pitch you can determine what chain size you would need.

What is the difference between 60 and 60H roller chain?

ANSI #60H Heavy Roller Chain. It has a 3/4″ pitch (center of one pin to the center of the next) and thicker side plates than traditional 60 roller chain (0.125″ vs 0.094″). The result of this is a roller chain that can stand up to higher shock loads and have a longer wear life.

How thick is 2mm chain?

1/16 inch
2mm is approximately equal to 1/16 inch.

How big is a 60H heavy roller chain?

Chain Size: #60H; Note: All Dimensions Are Given In Inches; Tensile Strength: 12,500lbs; Pitch (P): 0.750″ Roller Width (W): 0.500″ Roller Diameter (D): 0.469″ Overall Chain Width (F): 1.140″ Link Plate Height (H): 0.712″ Link Plate Thickness (T): 0.125″ Pin Diameter (E): 0.234″ Specifications Met: ANSI Standards; Phone: (407) 347-3519

How big is the pin on a 60 chain?

The pin is 0.234″ in diameter per the ANSI B29.1 spec for 60 chains and has the job of handling a portion of the brunt shock loads and working loads that get transferred from the side plates.

What are the uses of a 60 chain?

The ability for 60 chains to run at high RPMs consistently while efficiently transmitting energy makes it a great pair for agricultural equipment applications. ANSI 60 chains are found in many general conveying applications even though it is designed as a transmission drive chain.

How big of a chain do I need for a 50ft reel?

Note: overall width of cottered-style #60 roller chains will vary. We supply 60 roller chains on bulk reel sizes such as 50ft and 100ft reels. This can often be preferred when you are “cutting” a large amount of shorter length chains or with long-length runs of 60 chains.