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WD110 Chain

WD110 Chain
WD110 Chain


 

Availability: Normally In-Stock
Product Code: WD110-CHAIN
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Description Technical Specs
 
WD110 chain features a large and wide pushing area, which gives it the capability of caring a sizable capacity when operating at low to even moderate speeds. WD110 welded steel chain is found in a wide range of applications including; conveyors, forest products, grain handling, heavy duty conveyors, pulp and paper industry, sugar processing, and more! This WD110 drag chain is engineered to be durable, reliable, and high strength. Then manufactured using a select grade of high quality alloy steels to provide a long working life with solid performance.

Dimensions:

  • Chain Size: WD110
  • Pitch (A): 6.00"
  • Ultimate Strength: 51,000 LBS
  • Sidebar Height (B): 1-1/2"
  • Sidebar Thickness (C): 3/8"
  • Pin Diameter (D): 3/8"
  • Overall Width (E): 11-3/4"
  • Length Of Bearing (F): 10-1/4"
  • Maximum Sprocket Thickness (G): 9.00"
  • Links Per Foot: 2
  • Weight Per Foot: 12.0 LBS


Additionally, we offer a full line of high quality WD110 chain sprockets that exceed in quality, working life, and are supplied at remarkably great prices. We can even supply custom made to order sprockets within a really great lead-time.




We can also supply WD110 wing attachments along with the C 1/2 - C4 attachments and even the RR attachments, and have them assembled onto the chain in any configuration needed.




For pricing and availability on WD110 chain, sprockets, or attachments please contact us.

Phone: (407) 347-3519
Email:
sales@usarollerchain.com

About Us
Features
    • High Quality & High Strength
    • Manufactured Out Of A Select Grate Of Alloy Steel
    • Heat Treated Components
    • Wide Pushing Aera
    • Sizable Carrying Capacity
    • Extremely Durable

Accessories
WD110 Pin
WD110 Pin

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