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

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Product Description

    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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BRAZIL AX100, BIZ125, BIZ98/00, C70, C90, C100, CB250, CB400, CBR450, CBX150, CBX200, CBX250, CD100, CG125, CG150, CRYPTON, DREAM, DS80, DT100, DT125, DT200, FAN125, FD115, FR80, FS80, G7S/KW100, HUNTER125, JOG CY50, KMX125/KTZ, LB80, MAX125, MB100, NX150, NXR150, POP100, RD125, RD135, RDZ125, RDZ135, RX100, RX100/125, RX115/135, TITAN150, TITAN2000, TS100ER, TSZCN125, V80, WEB NEW, XL125, XL185, XLR125, XR200, XR200R, XR250, XRE300, XTZ125 06/07, YER115, YER125, YES125
ARGENTINA AX100, AXIS90, C70, C90, C100, C110, CB250, CBX150, CBX200, CD110, CG125 TODAY, CRYPTON, DAELTM, DAX70,  DT125, ECONO C90 LUXE, ELITE50, GY6-50, GY6-60, GY6-80, GY6-100, GY6-125, GY6-150, MAX100, NXR125, NX150, RX100, SMASH, STROM125, TITAN150, TITAN99, TITAN2000, YBR125, V80, WAVE110, XLR125, XR200R, XR250, ZANELLA200
COLUMBIA ACTIVE110, AKT110, AK125, AKT125, AX100, AX125, AXIS90, BIZ, BOXER CT100, BWS125, C50, C70/CD70/JH70, C90/CD90/JH90, C100, C110, CB150, CBF150, CD100, CG125, CG150, CG200, CICLON125, CRYPTON, CT100, CRUX, DISCOVER100, DISCOVER135, DT125, DT125K, ECO, EM125, EN125, FD115, FR50, FR80, FXD125, GN125, GN125H, GRAND, GS125, GSD-16LIBERO, GSX, GY6-150, GY6-200, HERO, JD100, JL110MIX, KW100, LB80, MT90/V50, PULSAR, RX100,RX115, RX125, RX135, SMASH110, SRZ150,  TIGER, TITAN99, TITAN150, TR125, TS/CN125, TS/CR125, V50, V80, WY147, XF90, XF125, XL125, XL185, XR200, YBR125
AFRICA AG100, AP125-9G, AP150, A100, AX100, BAJ100, BAJ205, BAJ3W, BS125, C50, C75, CB110, CB125, CB150,
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,
CRUX, CT100, DASHAION NEW MODEL, DISCOVER135, ENT, EWIRE, FIERO F2, KB-4S, KRZIMA-R,
LIBG-5, NXV, PASHAION, PLATINA100, PLATINA150, PULSAR, R15, SCOOTY PEP, SPLANDER, STAR,
SYARCTS, SUPEX SPLINDG, TVS GLX, TVS VICTOR, VICTOR, VLAMEAR, XCD125, XLS
PHILIPPINES AURA110, B120, BARAKO, C100, C70DD, CG125, CRYPTON, CRYPTON-Z/X1, DT125, G7S, HAWK1 50-2,
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,
WAVE 100R, WAVE110, WAVE125, WELL 125R, WIND125, X-120, X4/GP125, X-PLORER-Z 200 NEW,
XRM, YL2 DX, YL2GF, ZEST X110-2/WELL 125S
INDONESIA ABSOLUTE REVO, ALFA/FORCE-1, ASTREA/CBDDA, BEAT, BLADE, C7000, C7OMK 7 LINES, CB100,
CG125, FR80, GL100, GLK, GLPRO, GL PRO CDI, GLPRO NEOTECH, GRAND, JUPITER-Z, KARISMA,
KAZE, L2SN, MEGA PRO NEW 2007, MIO SOUL, MIO/JUPITER MX, NINJA, PRIMA, PX150, RC110, RC80,
REVO, RG110, RX100, RXK NEW 2003, RXK/RXK NEW, RXS/RXKING
MIDDLE EAST AN125, AN150, BAJAJ150, BWS50, BWS100, CG250, CB250, CB150, DIO50 ZX, DT125, GS50,GY6, JH70,
JOG50, JOG70, KAB, KS4, KVB110,L110 A, MIO125, MIO150 2V, MIO150 4V, RE205, RX135, SYM125,
SYM150, UZ125, UZ/V125, VINO 50,WH100, WH125, YP250, ZY100, ZY125
TURKEY ACTIVA, AN125, C110, CD70, CD100, CD110, CM125, CUB, CUB LIF3VALF, CUB110, CG125, CG150, CG200, CG250, SCT125, SCT150, CBF125, CBF150, GY6, FIZY, SPACY, WH100, WH125, WAVE110, YBR125
MALAYSIA C70, C70Z, EG110, EX5, EX5 CLASS, FR80, GBO, GBO-J, KISS II, KR150, KRISS, LC35, MZ125,
RC110/RG110, RC80, RXS, RXZ, SRL110, TZM150, WAVE 100, WAVE 125, Y 100/Y110, Y 125Z, Y80
THAILAND A100SR, AX100, BEAT, BEST, C50K2, C70, DASH, DREAM, DT125, FR8ON, JR120, JUXEDO, KAZE, KR150-6, KS150-4/SERPICO, LS125, MIO, NOVAS, RC100/RC80, RXS, SMASH, SONIC, TENA, VR150, WAVE110, WAVE125, Y100, Y80M

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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Safety Precautions for Working with wheel sprocket Systems

Working with wheel sprocket systems involves potential hazards, and it’s essential to follow safety precautions to prevent accidents and injuries. Here are some safety measures to consider:

  • Proper Training: Ensure that anyone working with the wheel sprocket systems is adequately trained in their operation, maintenance, and safety procedures.
  • Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Always wear appropriate PPE, such as safety glasses, gloves, and protective clothing, to protect against potential hazards.
  • Lockout/Tagout: Before performing any maintenance or repair work on the system, follow lockout/tagout procedures to prevent accidental startup or energization.
  • Keep Work Area Clean: Maintain a clean work area and remove any debris or obstacles that could interfere with the operation of the system.
  • Inspect Regularly: Regularly inspect the wheels, sprockets, and chains for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Address any issues promptly.
  • Ensure Proper Lubrication: Adequate lubrication of the sprockets and chains is crucial for smooth operation and to reduce friction and wear.
  • Check Tension: Verify that the chain tension is within the recommended range. Too loose or too tight tension can lead to operational problems.
  • Avoid Loose Clothing: Keep long hair, loose clothing, and jewelry away from moving parts to avoid entanglement.
  • Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines: Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for installation, operation, and maintenance of the wheel sprocket system.
  • Use Guards and Enclosures: Install appropriate guards and enclosures to protect against contact with moving parts.
  • Safe Handling: When transporting or handling heavy wheels or sprockets, use proper lifting techniques and equipment.

Prioritizing safety when working with wheel sprocket systems is essential to prevent accidents and maintain a safe working environment. Always be vigilant, follow safety protocols, and address any concerns promptly to ensure the well-being of everyone involved.

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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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Types of Sprockets Used with Wheels

In mechanical systems, sprockets are toothed wheels that mesh with a chain or a belt to transmit rotational motion and power. There are several types of sprockets used with wheels, each designed for specific applications:

1. Roller Chain Sprockets:

These are the most common type of sprockets used with wheels and are designed to work with roller chains. Roller chain sprockets have teeth that match the profile of the chain’s rollers, ensuring smooth engagement and reducing wear on both the sprocket and the chain. They are widely used in bicycles, motorcycles, and industrial machinery.

2. Silent Chain Sprockets:

Also known as inverted-tooth chain sprockets, these sprockets are designed to work with silent chains. Silent chains are toothed chains that run quietly and smoothly, making them ideal for applications where noise reduction is essential, such as timing drives in engines and automotive systems.

3. Timing Belt Sprockets:

Timing belt sprockets are used with timing belts to ensure precise synchronization between the crankshaft and camshaft in internal combustion engines. They have specially designed teeth that fit the profile of the timing belt, allowing for accurate timing and smooth motion.

4. Idler Sprockets:

Idler sprockets are used to guide and tension chains or belts in a system. They do not transmit power themselves but play a crucial role in maintaining proper tension and alignment, which is essential for efficient power transmission and to prevent chain or belt slack.

5. Weld-On Sprockets:

Weld-on sprockets are designed to be welded directly onto a wheel hub or shaft, providing a secure and permanent attachment. They are commonly used in industrial machinery and equipment.

6. Double-Single Sprockets:

Double-single sprockets, also known as duplex sprockets, have two sets of teeth on one sprocket body. They are used when two separate chains need to be driven at the same speed and with the same sprocket ratio, often found in heavy-duty applications and conveyor systems.

7. Taper-Lock Sprockets:

Taper-lock sprockets are designed with a taper and keyway to provide a secure and easy-to-install connection to the shaft. They are widely used in power transmission systems, where sprocket positioning and removal are frequent.

Each type of sprocket is selected based on the specific application’s requirements, chain or belt type, and the desired performance characteristics. Proper selection and maintenance of sprockets are essential for ensuring efficient power transmission and extending the life of the entire system.

China factory Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount  China factory Competitive Motorcycle Part Chain Sprocket with Best Quality in a Class Quality Area for Discount
editor by CX 2024-04-16