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Full range of sprockets available from stock

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Tsubakimoto is promoting its full range of sprockets, all of which are available from stock, for the European market. The impressive line-up includes products manufactured from carbon steel (with induction hardened teeth) and stainless steel and features a huge range of standard products. Customers with specific requirements for their applications are catered for thanks to a customisation service.

As a leading manufacturer of power transmission components, with a reputation for delivering reliable and cost-effective products, Tsubaki well understands that the physical interaction between chain and sprocket can have a profound effect on the performance of the drive system. This is why the company offers a complete range of sprockets which offer a variety of sizes and materials to suit almost any application and reduce maintenance and repair costs on-site.

Peter de Blok, Sales Director for Tsubakimoto Europe, comments: “Tsubaki is dedicated to manufacturing power transmission solutions for its customers that will reduce running costs and offer industry-leading reliability. The sprocket range has been designed to meet as broad a spectrum of industries and applications as possible, which is why there are nearly 650 standard parts held in stock to choose from. Of course, if our standard parts aren’t quite what you’re after we offer reworking and ‘Made-To-Order’ services.”

The sprockets are available in a variety of materials. Carbon steel sprockets are available in DIN 8187 standard, in both simplex and duplex formats, as well as in ANSI standard for simplex configuration, all of which have a standard parallel bore. There is also a range of carbon steel taper bore sprockets available in DIN 8187, simplex format. Alternatively, for extra corrosion resistance and food-grade applications, alloy and stainless steel sprockets are available.

In addition to the huge range of standard products, Tsubaki is able to rework the entire range to individual requirements. For example, adding a keyway or a finished bore dimension within 8–10 working days of the order. Customers may also provide Tsubaki with engineering drawings for a customised sprocket, which can then be manufactured and held in stock ready for delivery as required.

Learn more about the company’s full range of sprockets at www.tsubaki.co.uk.

 
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