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Tsubaki presents a wide selection of drive and conveyor chains that have a longer service life than comparable drive elements. The standard roller chain "GT4 Winner" is manufactured to BS / DIN standard and has a high strength and easy handling. The low-maintenance "Lambda" chain in the sixth generation based on the GT4 Winner does not need to be re-lubricated.

A vacuum-saturated sintered bushing ensures a sufficient lubrication film in the chain link. The "Neptune" chain is based on the principle of GT4 Winner. It is suitable for humid environments where higher corrosion protection is required. The "Heavy Duty" chains were chosen for the world's best steel materials and the individual chain components were matched to form a whole range of different heavy-duty chains. Their higher strength and better wear resistance are in demand in the highly loaded drives of the woodworking plants, as the processing of the still raw wood can not be assumed to be homogeneous and quiet processes. In addition, a large number of angle and (special) drive lugs allow almost all customer-specific requirements that are placed on a conveyor chain to be realized.


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