Silent chain

The Ever-power3/16″ pitch silent chain drive is a higher quickness power transmission medium that offers the utmost in performance and reliability. Quietness and sturdiness are the result of unique design and manufacturing practices. Materials are the finest alloy steels, properly high temperature treated to resist wear and fatigue. Chain link and sprocket profiles are in accordance with practices founded by the chain sector. Morse 3/16″ chain comes in noncorrosive types of materials. Morse 3/16″ pitch Silent Chain is manufactured in three basic types of assembly to give complete insurance coverage for all drive requirements. Eight standard widths deal with load ranges and speeds with economy and long chain life. Signing up for pin Insertion of the pin and cotter allows basic field assembly of the chain. Connecting link The connecting hyperlink can be used when chain is cut and assembled in the field. The connecting hyperlink contains 1 pin link, inside hyperlink, 1 connector plate and 2 cotter pins. Note: Use even amount of pitches in chain. Offset or hunting links not available. • For standard drives, aspect guide chain is preferred for all chains up to and including 15/32″ wide (SCO315). • For standard drives, center instruction is recommended for all chains 19/32″ (SCO319) and wider. • For serpentine drives, reversing secondary shaft rotation, or if adjustable idler {is required|is necessary

Ever-power Silent Chain can be an Inverted Tooth type drive providing particularly smooth, tranquil power transmission at higher boosts to 5000 FPM. The exclusive Morse Rocker Joint eliminates friction during chain articulation-permitting high rotative speed with much less wear and heat. All of the silent chains and sprockets shown are to the ANSI standard profile. Chain designation shown as example SC 408, indicating: S.C.-Silent Chain standard link profile and guide 4-Pitch in 1/8″ increments 08-Width in 1/4″ increments All sizes of chain and sprockets listed are of the guts Guidebook type except SC302. Standards are not such that competitive chains could be connected together. They will, however, individually run over the same set of standard sprockets. Sprocket designation shown, for example, 408-38: 4-Pitch in 1/8″ increments 08-Width in 1/4″ increments 38-Number of the teeth offset link section Changes of centers and an even quantity of pitches in the chain size are desirable features for all chain drives. Centers should be selected which lead to an even quantity of pitches in the chain duration. When set centers necessitate the use of an odd amount of pitches an offset link or hunting link can be utilized. As illustrated, this assembly, four pitches long, includes one row of offset links.

features • 99% Efficient Drives • Economical • Simple Installation • EXTENDED LIFE • Space Saver • Reduced Bearing Loads • Soft Drive • Quiet Drive • Great Drive • Not Suffering from Atmospheric Circumstances • Adaptable to Your Centers • High Speeds • Minimum of Maintenance • Adaptable to Speed Changes • Positive Drive-No Slide • Wide Rate and H.P. Range