Why choose us ?
1. HangZhou Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua Chain Group Co., Ltd established in 1991, we have 5 subsidiaries in china and also have 6 subsidiaries abroad;
2. we covering a production area of 200,100 square meters, have more than 1,800 sets of advanced equipment and over 3,100 highly skilled employees, the annual production capacity has exceeded 20,000,000 meters;
3. we specialized in producing all kinds of standard chains and special chains, such as A or B series chains, drive chains, conveyor chains, drag chains, agricultural chains, sprockets, gears and so on;
4. we have obtained ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO16969, AAA and API certificates.
5. Our partners among world top enterprises, such as JOHNDEERE, NEW HOLLAND, CLAAS, HONDA, KUBOTA, YANMAR, etc.
Our agricultural chains are as following items:
1. SH series high strength heavy duty short pitch roller chains
2. SP series high strength heavy duty short pitch roller chains
3. Walking tractor chains
4. Combine chains
5. ZGS38 combine chain with attachments
6. Rice harvester chains
7. Various agricultural chain with attachments
8. S type steel agricultural chains
9. S type steel agricultural chain with attachments
10. A Type steel agricultural chains
11. CA type steel agricultural chains
12. C type steel agricultural chain with attachments
13. Special agricultural chain with attachments
1) Related Products
HangZhou Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua Chain Group Co., Ltd was founded in 1 9 9 1, and now it has five wholly owned subsidiaries, one in ZheJiang province, other four in HangZhou, ZHangZhoug province, it is a professional manufacturer of chains, sprockets, tooth gears and various power transmission products.
The group has XIHU (WEST LAKE) DIS.HUA, ZIQIANG brands, is focused on producing all variety of standard roller chains and special chains, such as conveyor chain, stainless steel chain, agricultural chain. With Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua brand registered in more than 70 countries like America, Europe, Japan, it is building long term cooperation with these world top enterprises, such as JOHNDEERE, NEW HOLLAND, CLAAS, HONDA, KUBOTA, YANMAR.
There is a technical center of province level, Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua academician working station, experiment station for Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua post doctors, and national hundreds of program set up in Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua group. With these platforms and strong technical ability, the more than hundreds of Engineers and technicians have developed all variety of special high precise and high strength products, conducted mold programs for key components in the car and national industry revitalizing program.
Great attention has been paid on environmental protection and energy saving. The product well displays environmental protection and energy saving. In the year of 2 0 0 0, Xihu (West Lake) Dis.hua took the lead in gaining I S O 1 4 0 0 1 environment management certificate and thereafter passed the inspection of clean production and recycling economy, winning the title of “ZHangZhoug Green Enterprise”.
“We are always serving our customers with our best products.”
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How to troubleshoot chain skipping or slipping issues?
Chain skipping or slipping can occur in mechanical chain systems and can lead to performance issues and potential safety hazards. Here are some steps to troubleshoot and address these problems:
- Check chain tension: Improper chain tension can cause skipping or slipping. Ensure the chain is properly tensioned according to the manufacturer’s specifications. If the chain is too loose, adjust the tension to the recommended level.
- Inspect sprockets: Worn or damaged sprockets can cause chain skipping. Inspect the sprockets for signs of wear, such as worn teeth or grooves. Replace any damaged or worn-out sprockets to ensure proper engagement with the chain.
- Examine chain wear: Excessive chain wear can lead to poor engagement with the sprockets, resulting in skipping. Measure the chain for elongation using a chain wear gauge. If the chain is significantly elongated beyond the manufacturer’s specifications, it may need to be replaced.
- Inspect chain lubrication: Insufficient lubrication can increase friction and cause the chain to skip or slip. Ensure the chain is adequately lubricated according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Apply the appropriate lubricant to all chain links and ensure even distribution.
- Check for debris or foreign objects: Foreign objects or debris lodged between the chain and sprockets can disrupt the chain’s engagement and cause skipping. Inspect the chain and sprockets for any debris, such as dirt, dust, or trapped objects. Clean the chain and sprockets thoroughly to remove any obstructions.
- Inspect chain condition: Damaged or worn-out chain components, such as bent or twisted links, can contribute to skipping. Carefully examine the chain for any visible damage or deformities. If any components are damaged, replace them with new ones.
- Ensure proper alignment: Misalignment between the chain and sprockets can lead to skipping. Check the alignment of the sprockets and make adjustments if necessary. Proper alignment will ensure the chain engages smoothly and securely.
- Consider upgrading the chain: If skipping or slipping issues persist despite troubleshooting steps, it may be necessary to upgrade to a higher-quality or more suitable chain for the specific application. Consult with experts or the chain manufacturer for recommendations.
By following these troubleshooting steps, it is possible to identify and address the underlying causes of chain skipping or slipping issues. Regular inspection, proper maintenance, and adherence to manufacturer guidelines are crucial in ensuring the smooth and reliable operation of mechanical chains.
What are the common causes of mechanical chain failures?
Mechanical chain failures can occur due to various factors, and understanding the common causes can help prevent them and ensure reliable operation. Here are some detailed explanations of the common causes of mechanical chain failures:
- Inadequate Lubrication: Insufficient or improper lubrication is one of the leading causes of chain failures. Insufficient lubrication can lead to increased friction, wear, and heat generation, causing accelerated chain elongation, increased power losses, and ultimately, chain failure. Proper and regular lubrication with the recommended lubricant helps reduce friction, prevent wear, and extend the chain’s lifespan.
- Overloading: Subjecting the chain to excessive loads beyond its rated capacity can lead to premature failure. Overloading causes increased stress on the chain’s components, leading to accelerated wear, elongation, and eventual breakage. It is crucial to ensure that the mechanical chain is appropriately sized and rated for the intended load to prevent overloading and subsequent failures.
- Poor Installation: Incorrect installation practices can compromise the performance and longevity of a mechanical chain. Improper tensioning, misalignment of sprockets, incorrect installation of connecting links, or inadequate clearances can lead to increased wear, excessive stress, and chain misalignment. Following proper installation procedures and manufacturer guidelines is essential to ensure the chain operates correctly and efficiently.
- Inadequate Maintenance: Neglecting regular maintenance tasks such as cleaning, inspection, and lubrication can contribute to chain failures. Dirt, debris, and contaminants can accumulate on the chain, leading to increased wear and reduced performance. Regular maintenance, including cleaning, lubrication, and periodic inspection, helps identify and address potential issues before they result in chain failure.
- Environmental Factors: Harsh environmental conditions such as high temperatures, exposure to chemicals, excessive moisture, or abrasive particles can accelerate chain wear and corrosion, leading to failures. It is essential to select chains with appropriate material composition and protective coatings to withstand the specific environmental conditions of the application.
- Chain Misalignment: Improper alignment of sprockets can cause the chain to run off-track, resulting in increased wear, noise, and potential failure. Correct alignment ensures proper engagement between the chain and sprockets, distributing the load evenly and minimizing stress on the chain’s components.
- Fatigue and Wear: Continuous operation and cyclic loading can cause fatigue and wear on the chain’s components over time. Fatigue failures typically occur due to repeated stress cycles, resulting in crack propagation and ultimate failure. Wear can be caused by abrasive particles, improper lubrication, or inadequate maintenance. Regular inspection and replacement of worn-out or damaged chain components are necessary to prevent sudden failures.
By addressing these common causes and implementing proper maintenance, lubrication, installation, and operating practices, the risk of mechanical chain failures can be significantly reduced, ensuring smooth and reliable operation of the chain system.
editor by CX 2023-08-18