Hi-Guard Chain (E)

Highly protective coating that goes far beyond the functionality of nickel plating
Hi-Guard Chain has larger corrosion resistance subsequent to stainless steel chains. The surface from the chain is completed in non-gloss white extremely protective coating. It has exceptional resistance to anti-corrostion and rusting. It has equal power to standard roller chains, and can be used in circumstances the place power increased than that of stainless steel chains is required.
?Due to the fact high guard coating acts as a sacrificial anode for the chain entire body, you’ll be able to count on enough corrosion resistance even when the coating has come off to some extent.
?The coating includes environmentally pleasant chromium free of charge materials. To comply with the EU’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, hexavalent chromium isn’t utilized.
Proposed uses
?Applications demand each strength and corrosion resistance
Multilevel parking facility, moving decks, cleansing lines and so on.
?Problems exposed to rain or sea water
Machines installed outside, amusement machines
Selection of chains
Large Guard Chain has power equivalent to normal roller chain.
Connecting back links and offset links
R connecting links are employed for High Guard Chains #60 or smaller and C connecting links for #80 or bigger. 2POJ offset hyperlinks could be utilised for sizes #25 and #35, and OJ and 2POJ for all other sizes.
Conventional sprockets for High Guard Chains could be employed considering that their dimensions are the similar as individuals of common roller chains.
Use stainless steel chains when the chains come in direct speak to with foods.
Large Guard Chain doesn’t have a gloss like the plated chain.
High-guard coating has superb general corrosion resistance, but has bad alkaline and acidic resistance.
Unless not so specified by the client, chains are coated with grease before delivery. If possible, lubricate the spaces in between pins and bushings and bushes and rollers. Please use the suggested lubricant for the upkeep of the chain considering that lubrication employing grease can cause flexion failure