Certified by ANSI, the American National Standards Association, the quality and characteristics of performance are always assured. Roller chains of this size are often used for light duty industrial applications and smaller drives.
Roller Chain Construction
Roller chains in general and the ANSI 25 chain specifically are created with two types of links that alternate: roller links and pin links or sometimes referred to inner and outer links. Roller chain is incredibly important for manufacturing, industrial and agricultural applications as it provides a great deal less friction than similar designs. This allows roller chains to be more durable, last longer with reduced wear and higher levels of efficiency. Roller chain comes in a variety of sizes, as certified by ANSI to ensure the interoperability of the parts. Sizes begin at #25 and up through #240.
Chain Width and Pitch
The distance between the center of the pins in an ANSI 25 chain is defined as the pitch, while the distance between link plates is known as the width. Chain width will always be slightly greater than the width of the roller, as this allows for full clearance.
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