China Professional Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount

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    Motorcycle chain is made of excellent steel such as 40Mn, 30CrMnTi and 20Mn. After stamping, cutting, rolling, cold heading and other processes with high precision machinery and equipment, the parts are processed and strengthened by isothermal carbonitriding heat treatment and then treated with rust prevention. Finally, the chain is assembled, riveted, pre-drawn and inspected by the automatic assembly and inspection line imported from ZheJiang to ensure the qualified performance of each chain.
    Motorcycle sprocket is made of 20CrMnTi, 1045 and other high quality steel. After high precision stamping, leveling, turning, milling and other processes, sprocket are strengthened by high temperature quenching process, and then electroplating, spraying and other surface treatment after shot blasting.

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CD100, CD110, CG125, CG150, CG200, CT100, DT125, FR80, GK125, JH70, K90, KYMCO, MB100, QLINK,
RC100, RE205, RX115, RX125, RX135, RZ100, V50, V80, SY125, TVS125, TVS160, YB100
INDIA ACTIVA, APACHE, BAJAJ CT100DLX, BAJAJ DISCOVER, BAJAJ PULSAR, CBZ STAR, CD100, CD-CLEL AX,
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HD3, MIO, MSX125S/ZESTX110-1, RAIDER150, RS100, SAP110/MSX125-1, SHOGUN PRO,
SHOGUN/SHOGUN125, SMASH, STAR-X 125, STAR-X 150/155(ZS), STAR-X 155(JL), STX125, TM110S,
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Company Profile

    Team-Go I&E Co., Ltd.(HangZhou) is a professional company which integrates manufacturing, trading and supplying in a line. Team-Go is formerly knows as LZNF which is established in 1996, the main business is export, import and domestic trade of auto accessories part, food production and related services. It was also certified by ISO9001:2000 Quality Management System.
    Team-Go is an outstanding manufacturer and exporter with a long historical standing, high specialized and strong technical force. We also have strong ability to develop new products according to customer’s sample or drawing. Now our products enjoy good popularity in many markets, such as South America, Asian African and so on.
    Our company adherence to the principle “People oriented, Customers-centered, Intergrity insisted, Performance regarded”. To achieve the goal of win-win, we will do our best to save time, reduce space and win market for our clients. We expect that our rich resources and excellent services will meet your high requirements.
    Trusting us and choosing us will be your most correct choice you have ever made!

 

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Material: Steel
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How to Identify and Troubleshoot Common Issues with Wheels and Sprockets

Identifying and troubleshooting common issues with wheels and sprockets can help you maintain their proper functioning and prevent potential problems. Here are some steps to follow:

  • Abnormal Noise: If you notice unusual noise during operation, it could indicate misalignment, worn sprockets, or a loose chain. Check for any loose bolts or fasteners and ensure proper alignment of the sprockets.
  • Chain Slippage: Chain slippage can occur due to insufficient tension or worn-out sprocket teeth. Check the chain tension and adjust it to the recommended level. Inspect the sprocket teeth for signs of wear and replace them if necessary.
  • Uneven Wear: Uneven wear on the sprocket teeth can be a result of misalignment or a worn-out chain. Check the alignment of the sprockets and adjust as needed. If the chain is stretched or has damaged links, replace it with a new one.
  • Excessive Vibration: Excessive vibration may be caused by imbalanced wheels or misaligned sprockets. Check for any bent or damaged wheels and ensure proper alignment of the sprockets.
  • Chain Skipping: If the chain skips over the sprocket teeth during operation, it could be due to worn sprocket teeth or a loose chain. Inspect the sprocket teeth for signs of wear and replace them if necessary. Adjust the chain tension to the proper level.
  • Chain Jamming: Chain jamming can occur if there is debris or dirt between the chain and sprockets. Clean the chain and sprockets thoroughly to remove any obstructions.
  • Excessive Chain Wear: Regularly inspect the chain for signs of wear, such as elongation, damaged links, or rust. Replace the chain if it is significantly worn to avoid damage to the sprockets.
  • Overheating: Overheating can be caused by high friction between the chain and sprockets or improper lubrication. Ensure proper lubrication and check for any misalignment or tight spots in the system.

By identifying these common issues and performing regular inspections, you can troubleshoot problems early on and take appropriate corrective measures, ensuring the smooth operation and longevity of the wheel sprocket assembly.

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Choosing the Right Material for a Sprocket to Ensure Longevity

Choosing the right material for a sprocket is crucial to ensure its longevity and reliable performance in a given application. The material selection depends on various factors such as load, speed, operating environment, and budget. Here are some common materials used for sprockets and their considerations:

  • Steel: Steel sprockets are widely used in a wide range of applications due to their excellent strength, durability, and wear resistance. They are suitable for heavy-duty and high-speed operations. Different grades of steel, such as carbon steel or alloy steel, offer varying levels of hardness and strength.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel sprockets are preferred when corrosion resistance is essential, making them suitable for applications where the sprocket is exposed to moisture, chemicals, or outdoor elements. They are commonly used in food processing, pharmaceutical, and marine industries.
  • Cast Iron: Cast iron sprockets offer good wear resistance and are often used in low to medium-speed applications. They are cost-effective and provide excellent performance in less demanding conditions.
  • Plastics: Plastic sprockets are lightweight and corrosion-resistant. They are commonly used in applications where low noise, self-lubrication, and resistance to chemicals or moisture are required. However, they have limited load-carrying capacity and may not be suitable for heavy-duty applications.
  • Aluminum: Aluminum sprockets are lightweight and commonly used in applications where weight reduction is critical, such as aerospace and certain machinery. However, they are not as durable as steel sprockets and are not suitable for high loads or harsh environments.

When choosing the right material for a sprocket, consider the following:

  • Load Capacity: Select a material that can handle the expected loads in the application without deforming or wearing excessively.
  • Speed: Higher speeds may require materials with better heat dissipation and wear resistance.
  • Environment: Consider factors such as moisture, chemicals, temperature, and outdoor exposure. Choose a material with suitable corrosion resistance and resilience to environmental conditions.
  • Maintenance: Some materials may require more frequent maintenance or lubrication to ensure longevity.
  • Cost: Balance the material’s performance with the budget constraints of the project.

It’s essential to consult with sprocket manufacturers or material experts to determine the most appropriate material for your specific application. They can provide valuable insights and recommendations based on your requirements, helping to ensure the longevity and optimal performance of the sprocket in your machinery or equipment.

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How Does a wheel sprocket Assembly Transmit Power?

In a mechanical system, a wheel sprocket assembly is a common method of power transmission, especially when dealing with rotary motion. The process of power transmission through a wheel sprocket assembly involves the following steps:

1. Input Source:

The power transmission process begins with an input source, such as an electric motor, engine, or human effort. This input source provides the necessary rotational force (torque) to drive the system.

2. Wheel Rotation:

When the input source applies rotational force to the wheel, it starts to rotate around its central axis (axle). The wheel’s design and material properties are essential to withstand the applied load and facilitate smooth rotation.

3. Sprocket Engagement:

Connected to the wheel is a sprocket, which is a toothed wheel designed to mesh with a chain. When the wheel rotates, the sprocket’s teeth engage with the links of the chain, creating a positive drive system.

4. Chain Rotation:

As the sprocket engages with the chain, the rotational force is transferred to the chain. The chain’s links transmit this rotational motion along its length.

5. Driven Component:

The other end of the chain is connected to a driven sprocket, which is attached to the component that needs to be powered or driven. This driven component could be another wheel, a conveyor belt, or any other machine part requiring motion.

6. Power Transmission:

As the chain rotates due to the engagement with the sprocket, the driven sprocket also starts to rotate, transferring the rotational force to the driven component. The driven component now receives the power and motion from the input source via the wheel, sprocket, and chain assembly.

7. Output and Operation:

The driven component performs its intended function based on the received power and motion. For example, in a bicycle, the chain and sprocket assembly transmit power from the rider’s pedaling to the rear wheel, propelling the bicycle forward.

Overall, a wheel sprocket assembly is an efficient and reliable method of power transmission, commonly used in various applications, including bicycles, motorcycles, industrial machinery, and conveyor systems.

China Professional Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount  China Professional Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount
editor by CX 2024-02-21