Challenge produce a wide range of sprockets to suit most conveyor chain applications. Due to the wide range of sprocket configurations used, Challenge generally manufacture sprockets to suit the customers individual requirements.
Challenge Shaft Mounted Speed Reducers allow several customisations with regards to the output hub diameters. For example, a size J SMSR has a standard hub of 100mm that can be reduced with bushes to either 95mm or 90mm. The unit can also be supplied with an alternative hub accommodating 120mm which again can be reduced with bushes to 115mm or 110mm.
As with all moving mechanical parts, wear on components will occur where there is contact between them. In conveyor chain, wear is measured by the amount of elongation over a given number of pitches.
Worked example on how to determine the correct Worm Gear unit for your applications. Also includes relevant data tables.
Wide array of products ensures that we are perfectly placed to offer a complete drive solution, starting at the motors mounting point through to connecting onto the driven shaft
The following instructions for backstop installation relate to the 13:1 and 20:1 ratio only.
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Satisfactory performance depends on correct installation, lubrication and maintenance. Therefore, it is important that the instructions in the installation leaflet are followed carefully and an overview is given here.
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Procedure for selecting the correct Shaft Mounted Speed Reducer for an application. Includes required data tables and a worked example.