Tsubaki of Canada Ltd. can supply specialty attachment chains to suit any need. A wide variety of ready-made chains are available for fast delivery as well as made-to-order items for unique, industry-specific applications. For instance, we can supply chains with a range of rubber top attachments, bent-over attachments, guide rollers, magnetic attachments, and more. We are the best source for chains with our wide selection of high quality products and extensive expertise. In addition to a variety of chains, we can supply sprockets, bushings, cam clutches, and power transmission utility components.
Specialty attachment chains
Some of the different options available for specialty chains include:
- Rubber top chain has a layer of rubber bonded to the attachment which enables objects to be conveyed between chains.
- Bent-over attachments with chamfered edges that protect conveyed materials from being scratched. These attachments allow materials to be conveyed when placed directly on the chain or sandwiched between chains.
- RS single-pitch and double-pitch guide rollers that prevent snaking and may be used as running rollers.
- Hollow pin guide rollers that prevent snaking and allow many different types of attachments.
- Attachment with press-fitted bushing that is ideal for bearings.
- Extended pin (can conveying) chains that are used in drying operations for two-piece construction cans or pre-painted and full painted tubes
- Magnetic attachments hold conveyed objects and can be used for conveying on a slope.
Tsubaki of Canada Ltd. has been serving the Canadian market for over 40 years. We have earned a reputation for saving customers time and money with our reliable solutions. Tsubaki has been in business for nearly 100 years and is the world’s largest manufacturer of roller chains.
We have experience working with customers from a range of industries including forestry, mining, food, manufacturing, and automotive. Our selection of specialty chains includes solutions used for everything from poultry processing to conveying thin materials such as camera film and plastic wrap.