Our lineup of standard roller chains include the most common chain sizes and types in the industry. These chains conform to ANSI B29.1 Standards and are manufactured from high-quality carbon steel. For more information or pricing simply contact us or select the subcategories below.
Single-Strand Roller Chains are also categorized as simplex or are designated with a (-1) after the specific chain size. The "standard" lineup of chains consists of the most commonly used roller chains in the world today. These sizes include # 25 (1/4" pitch) up to #240 (3" pitch). Within each size, we offer different quality levels and options.
Heavy-Duty roller chains are also commonly referred to as heavy roller chain or heavy-duty roller chain. Something important to note about these chains is that they utilize thicker side-plates than standard chains, this means that single-strand (simplex) heavy roller chain will run on the same sprockets as standard (excluding double-single type) but double strand (duplex) heavy roller chains require specially manufactured sprockets due to the need of increased width between the sets of teeth.