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Road Construction Machinery Chains

Road construction machinery, also known as “road machinery.” All kinds of machinery are used to build and maintain roads. There are mainly road openers, bulldozers, scrapers, road levelers, pavers, asphalt mixers, loaders, road rollers, etc. Pavers mainly include P69.85, P70, P78.11, P80, and other series conveyor chains. The products use high-quality materials, high efficiency, advanced processing technology, and independent proprietary technology to have high tensile strength, stable operation, reliable use, and long service life.

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Road Construction Machinery Chains

Road construction machinery, also known as “road machinery.” All kinds of machinery are used to build and maintain roads. There are mainly road openers, bulldozers, scrapers, road levelers, pavers, asphalt mixers, loaders, road rollers, etc. Pavers mainly include P69.85, P70, P78.11, P80, and other series conveyor chains. The products use high-quality materials, high efficiency, advanced processing technology, and independent proprietary technology to have high tensile strength, stable operation, reliable use, and long service life.

Road Construction Machinery Chains Specifications:

 Chain No. P b1 h2 F1 F2 G1
mm mm mm mm mm mm
P80F8 80.0 33.8 45.0 575.0 449.0 50.0
P80F17 80.0 35.3 45.0 575.0 442.4 50.0
P80F27 80.0 35.3 46.0 497.4 385.0 50.0
P80F41 80.0 33.8 45.0 509.5 396.5 50.0
P80F45 80.0 35.0 45.0 540.0 425.0 50.0
TPJP80F1 80.0 33.8 45.0 500.0 374.0 50.0
TPJP80F3 80.0 33.8 45.0 561.0 448.0 50.0
TPJP80F4 80.0 33.8 45.0 585.0 472.0 50.0
TPJP80F12 80.0 33.8 45.0 584.5 471.5 50.0

With more than 40 years in chain technology and manufacturing, our chains developed for the road construction machinery industry for asphalt mixing and paving fully meet the highest standards of original equipment manufacturers and satisfy the demanding conditions of conveyors in asphalt mixing stations, pavers, ground surface repair, and finishing. Every manufacturing step is subjected to meeting stringent quality assurance, guaranteeing every batch meets the tensile and fatigue strength requirements.

The road construction industry’s comprehensive quality range of road construction machinery chains and our production capability fully supplement and support the diverse quality standard requirements of the original equipment and conveying equipment.

Uses of Road Construction Machinery Chains:

Foodservice and auto parts are just two examples of the various applications of the delivery chain. In the past, the auto industry has been an important consumer of such heavy goods as they are moved between different sites within warehouses or production plants. Rugged chain delivery systems provide an affordable and reliable way to increase efficiency and keep cargo off industrial floors. Standard roller chains, double pitch roller chains, case conveyor chains, stainless steel conveyor chains – Type C, nickel-plated ANSI conveyor chains are just a few sizes available for conveyor chains.

Road Construction Machinery Chains Features:

An engineering chain is a measuring tool for accurate distance measurement. It consists of connecting rods connected at right angles. Typically, chains are 5, 10, 20, or 30 meters long. The links are one foot apart, each measuring 7.92 inches. These chains are also fitted with copper rings or scales marking every meter. This makes it easier to determine the total length.

There are two types of engineering steel chains: those for lifting and those for conveying. The lifting chain needs to be able to withstand high tensile stress, and it must be malleable and elastic enough to withstand fatigue. Most engineered steel chains are used in conveyor applications, while others are used in drives. You can find engineered steel chains in conveyors, forklifts, bucket elevators, oil RIGS, etc. These chains must be able to withstand the energy produced by the prime mover.