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Chain Transfer End Ramp 8, black

Art. No.: 0.0.472.01
Chain Transfer End Ramp 8, black
Chain Transfer End Ramp 8, black
Chain Transfer End Ramp 8, black
Chain Transfer End Ramp 8, black
Special features:
Button-Head Screw T4x18, St, black
T-Slot Nut 8 PA, black
Properties
Line   = line 8
Material   = PA
Property   = black
Delivery Unit   = 1 set
Weight m = 38 g
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eCl@ss 4.0 36121505
eCl@ss 4.1 36121505
eCl@ss 5.0 36129190
eCl@ss 5.1 36129190
eCl@ss 6.0.1 23170490
eCl@ss 7.1 36120490
UNSPSC 7.0 31162703
UNSPSC 9.0 31162703
customs tariff number 84283300


The Chain Transfer is a particularly cost-effective conveyor which uses a chain drive and is easy to install (Section 8.2 Mechanical Drive Elements).
The goods or a specially adapted workpiece carrier are placed directly onto the chains and transported. The weight of the goods provides the necessary frictional force. This solution also allows effortless transfer of accumulated products.
A Chain Transfer Unit consists of at least two chain drives on parallel frame profiles. The chains are guided out of the profile groove and over special Chain Transfer Slide Strips.
The Chain Transfer Slide Strip is also available with a Side Guide in order to guide the transported goods securely.
The Chain Transfer should not exceed 6 m in length.
Start of chain transfer: the chain is guided over the End Ramp onto the Slide Strip.
The maximum permissible load on a Chain Transfer Unit is calculated from the number of supporting links.
For each chain link, Fmax. = 6 N.
Note the chain’s operating load!
Calculation of the chain length:
The chain length is calculated in the same way as the length of a chain drive. However, the chain length L in the Reverse Unit (U’) varies: