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STAINLESS STEEL CHAIN

STAINLESS STEEL CHAIN
The consolidation of Viking Chains Group into
Connexus Industries has permitted the continuation with the VC Brand of Steel Chains. The VC Brand says quality manufacturing approach, and prolonged services life. This productive brand incorporates the following:
WELDED STEEL CHAIN
? Complete Press Fit Rivets
? Parallel Sidebar Holes
? Substantial Top quality Materials & Heat Treating
WELDED STEEL PLUS
? Welded flush on outside eliminates any
interference with sprockets
? Parallel holes for “True-Fit”
? Seamless Barrels eliminate
“Premature Stretch”
WELDED STEEL DRAG CHAIN
? Fully Heat Treated Barrels
? Complete Press Match Rivets
? Parallel Sidebar Holes
? Substantial High-quality Material & Heat Treating
DOUBLE LENGTH INFEED CHAINS, SCANNING CHAINS, FLIGHTS, SPROCKETS AND BEDPLATES
? Specifically Constructed to withstand Higher Speed, Impact applications
? Industry Leader for 25 plus years
? Custom Solutions
SUGAR MILL CHAINS
? Designed for Extended Support daily life in Sugar Mill applications
? Heat Treated Stainless Steel, Hard Chrome options available
? Standard and Custom attachments
SPECIALTY CHAINS FOR ALL MARKETS
Mill chain
I’Anco Cast alloy steel and Hadfield manganese steel mill chains are designed for the most severe service applications in wood processing facilities today. They are designed to handle extreme wear, higher tensile loads and extreme impact. Our ability cast attachments integral to the link eliminates any chance of creating heat affected zones by welding; however, the materials are readily weldable allowing for quick turnaround times for custom attachments. All of our cast links have recessed head and rivet ends offering protection from side wear on the rivets. This also allows us to pour the links with heavier cross sections adding to the overall strength in the chains plus creating larger bearing surfaces to distribute the loads over a larger area reducing the wear on the side bars.

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