INVERTED TOOTH CHAIN (SILENT CHAIN) Silent chain (or inverted tooth chain) is made of select alloy steel, and have been undergone strict heat treatment and pre-lubed with special formulated chain oil. With features of lightweight, no noise, best wear resistance and high tensile strength. Silent Chains are used for the camshaft drive of the mid- to large-size motorcycle engines and automobile engines in the china, the transfer-case drive in four-wheel-drive vehicles, and the primary drive between the engine and transmission, as well as in other high-speed applications.
Silent Chains have a very simple construction: only plates and pins. Today's Silent Chains are actually an update of a 19th-century design. ANSI B29.2M-1982 regulates the standard pitch, width, and kilowatt ratings of the chains and sprockets.
There are eight different pitches from 9.52 mm to 50.8 mm.
The link plate receives tension and has a notch for engaging the sprockets. There is no notch on the guide plate. These plates act as guides for the sprockets.
Pins may be round or have other shapes, such as D-shape.
All of the chain components share the tension. Silent Chains have higher capacity than roller chains of the same width.
Because the link plates of Silent Chain strike the sprocket at an angle, the impact and the noise are reduced. This is why these chains are called "silent." The higher the chain speed, the greater the difference from roller chains.
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