China manufacturer Drive Sprocket for CZPT Kh180 Crawler Crane

Product Description

Drive Sprocket For CZPT KH180 Crawler Crane

Technical Details

Product Name Drive Sprocket For CZPT KH180 Crawler Crane
Material 35SiMn
Process Technology Casting
Means of Transport Ocean,Land,Air
Port HangZhou, HangZhou, HangZhou
Packing way Pallet

Related Products CZPT KH180 Crawler Crane
Hitachi KH180 Track Shoe (Track Pad / Track Plate)
Hitachi KH180 Track Roller (Lower Roller / Bottom Roller)
Hitachi KH180 Top Roller (Carrier Roller / Upper Roller)
Hitachi KH180 Idler (Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Roller / Idler Wheel)

Specifications
ZheJiang Value Machinery Parts CO.,LTD aim to supply best quality undercarriage parts for our customer, mainly for Hitachi, Sumitomo, Kobelco, IHI, CZPT Sharyo, CZPT Sumitomo, Sany, Fuwa, Zoomlion, American, CZPT Demag, CZPT American, Manitowoc, Link-Belt and so on brands crawler cranes.

Hitachi
KH70 KH100 KH100-1 KH100D KH125 KH125-2 KH125-3
KH150 KH150-2 KH150-3 KH180 KH180-2 KH180-3 KH230
KH230-3 KH250HD KH300 KH300-2 KH300-3 KH500-2 KH500-3
KH700-2 KH850 KH850-3 KH1000 U106A TH55 CX300
CX350 CX500 CX550 CX650 CX700 CX900 CX1000
CX1100 CX1800 CX2000 PD7 PD100 CD1500 CD2000
Sumitomo
SC350 SC400 SC400-2 SC500 SC500-2 SC500-3 SC550-2
SC650 SC650-2 SC650DD-2 SC650-3 SC700 SC700-2 SC800
SC800HD SC1000 SC1000-2 SC1500-2 LS78RH LS78RM LS78RH5
LS78RHD5 LS98 LS108RH5 LS100C LS118RH3 LS118RH5 LS118RH6
LS118RM LS120RH5 LS138H LS138RH5 LS208H LS218H LS218RH5
LS238RH2 LS238RH3 LS238RH5 LS248RH5 LS458HD LS468HD LS518
LS528 LS528-S SD205 SD307 SD407 SD510 SD610
Kobelco
P&H60P P&H70P P&H75P P&H100P P&H315 P&H320 P&H325
P&H330 P&H335 P&H335AS P&H345 P&H440 P&H550A P&H550-1
P&H550-2 P&H550S P&H5035 P&H5045 P&H5055 P&H5100 P&H7035
P&H7045 P&H7050 P&H7055 P&H7065 P&H7070 P&H7080 P&H7090
P&H7100 P&H7120 P&H7150 P&H7200 P&H7250 P&H7250-2 7300
FS80 FS90 BM500 BM600 BM650 BM700 BM700HD
BM750 BM800 BM800HD BM900 BM900HD BM1000HD BM1200
CKS600 CKS2500 CKE600 CKE700 CKE700-1 CKE800 CKE850
CKE900 CKE1000 CKE1100 CKE1350 CKE1800 CKE2000 CKE2500
CKE2500-2 CK800 CK850 CK1000 CK1000G CK1600 CK2000-2
CK2500 SL4500 SL6000 TK350 TK750 TK550  
IHI
CH350 CH500 CCH250W CCH280W CCH350 CCH350-D3 CCH400
CCH500 CCH500-2 CCH500-3 CCH500-T CCH550 CCH650 CCH700
CCH800 CCH800-2 CCH1000 CCH1000-5 CCH1200 CCH1500 CCH1500HDC
CH1500-2 CCH1500E CCH2000 CCH2500 CCH2800 DCH650 DCH700
DCH800 DCH1000 DCH1200 DCH6571 DCH15030 DCH2000 K300
K400A K400B K1000        
Nippon Sharyo
DH300 DH308 DH350 DH400 DH408 DH500 DH508
DH558 DH600 DH608 DH650 DH658 DHJ60 DH60-120M
DH650 DH800 DH900-5 DH900D DH700 DHP70 DHP80
ED4000 ED5500          
 
SCC500B SCC500C SCC500D SCC500E SCC550C SCC600C SCC750C
SCC800C SCC1000D SCC1250 SCC1500CC SCC1500D SCC1800 SCC2600A
SCC3000WE SCC4000E SCC5000WE SCC6500E SCC7500 SCC8100 SCC8200
SCC8300 SCC10000 SCC16000        
Fuwa
CC40 QUY35  QUY50  QUY50A  QUY50C  QUY50D QUY50S
QUY70 QUY70A  QUY80  QUY80A  QUY80B QUY90  QUY100
QUY100A  QUY120  QUY130  QUY130A  QUY150  QUY150A  QUY150C
QUY250  QUY320 QUY400  QUY400A  QUY500  QUY650  QUY750
 QUY1250 FZX36  FC80B        
Manitowoc
2900wc 3900 4100 10000 11000-1 14000 777S2
888 16000 BRS 3000        
Terex Demag
CC400 CC1100 CC1500 CC1800 CC2000 CC2200 CC2400-1
CC2500 CC2500-1 CC2800 TCC40 TCC 45 TCC60  
Link-Belt
LS108BS LS108B LS108BJ LS118 LS138H LS138HII LS218
LS248 LS318 LS338 LS418 LS518    
Terex American
HC50 HC60 HC80 HC110 HC165 HC230 HC275
HC285            
American
American 9299 American 9310 900 Serial 7250 7260 9270 4250
4260 5220 5299 5300 599C 597C 595C
Hitachi Sumitomo
SCX300 SCX300-C SCX400 SCX500 SCX550E SCX700 SCX700-2
SCX700HD SCX800 SCX800-2 SCX800HD SCX800HD-2 SCX900 SCX900-1
SCX900-2 SCX900HD SCX900HD-1 SCX900HD-2 SCX1000 SCX1200 SCX1200-2
SCX1200-3 SCX1200HD SCX1200HD-2 SCX1500 SCX1500-2 SCX2000 SCX2000HD
SCX2500 SCX2500LF SCX2600 SCX2800-2 SCX3500 SCX5000 SCX6500
6000SLX 6000SLX 6000SLX 218HSL SDX207 SDX5571 MX8030B
MH5510B MX6515B SP110 SP135 PD135    
Zoomlion
QUY50 QUY65 QUY70 QUY200 QUY260 QUY650 ZCC550H
ZCC800H ZCC1100H          

Application
Hitachi KH180 Crawler Crane

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About US
Mass stock —
In order to realize the immediate delivery, we prepared a large range stock. Plus, Our warehouse in HangZhou, which are near HangZhou port. It can save the maximum level of transit time.
Pre-sales & After sales —
All the sales man are professional. We work closely with our customers and pride ourselves on providing a complete service. The aim of sales man is to assist clients, find everything they need fast. We are always on hand to give you the best advice and assistance: specialized staff, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 
Experience — 
As the leader of the field, our company has more than 20 years experience. It is realizable for our customers to have one-stop shopping. That means you can save much time.
Our technicians have rich experience, using the most advanced CAD technologies to make engineering drawings. Besides, “Give US drawings, Give your products” – we can produce according to your drawings.

With the rich experience and strong team here, we kept long-term cooperation with CZPT customers. We export to Southeastern Asia, Russia, Europe and America.  We are constantly devoted to perfecting quality system, and enhancing the quality of products. We are so sure that you can not find a better crawler crane undercarriage parts supplier anywhere. Kindly notify us if you are interested in our products.

 

Type: Crawler
Application: Hoisting Machinery
Certification: CE
Condition: New
Terms: EXW, Fob, CFR, CIF, etc.
Delivery Time: Within 7-15 Days After Getting Your Payment
Samples:
US$ 400/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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How do I calculate the required torque and power for a drive sprocket setup?

Calculating the required torque and power for a drive sprocket setup involves several factors that need to be considered. The torque and power requirements depend on the application’s specific parameters, such as the desired speed, load, and efficiency of the system. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to calculate the required torque and power:

  1. 1. Determine the Load: Identify the load that the drive sprocket needs to move or rotate. The load can be expressed in units of force, such as pounds or newtons.
  2. 2. Calculate the Torque: Torque is the rotational force applied to the drive sprocket to generate motion. The formula to calculate torque is:

Torque (in Nm) = Load (in N) x Radius of the Drive Sprocket (in meters)

where the radius is the distance from the center of the sprocket to the point where the force is applied. If the radius is not given directly, you can use the diameter and divide it by two to get the radius.

  1. 3. Account for Efficiency Losses: In real-world systems, some power is lost due to friction and other factors. To account for these losses, you can introduce an efficiency factor (η) into the equation. The formula becomes:

Torque (in Nm) = (Load (in N) x Radius of the Drive Sprocket (in meters)) / Efficiency (η)

  1. 4. Calculate the Rotational Speed: Determine the required rotational speed of the drive sprocket in revolutions per minute (RPM) or radians per second (rad/s).
  2. 5. Calculate the Power: Power is the rate at which work is done. It is the product of torque and rotational speed. The formula to calculate power is:

Power (in watts or horsepower) = Torque (in Nm) x Rotational Speed (in rad/s)

or

Power (in watts or horsepower) = (Torque (in Nm) x Rotational Speed (in RPM) x 2π) / 60

where 2π is a constant used to convert RPM to rad/s, and 60 is used to convert seconds to minutes.

By following these steps and plugging in the appropriate values, you can calculate the required torque and power for your drive sprocket setup. Keep in mind that real-world conditions may vary, so it’s essential to consider safety factors and any additional loads that may be present in the system.

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What are the environmental impacts of drive sprocket manufacturing?

Drive sprocket manufacturing, like any industrial process, can have environmental impacts throughout its lifecycle. Here are some of the key environmental considerations related to drive sprocket manufacturing:

1. Raw Material Extraction: The production of drive sprockets requires raw materials such as steel, aluminum, or other metals. The extraction of these materials can lead to habitat destruction, water pollution, and energy consumption.

2. Energy Consumption: Manufacturing processes, including machining, forging, and heat treatment, consume significant amounts of energy. This energy is often derived from fossil fuels, leading to greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to climate change.

3. Waste Generation: Manufacturing processes generate waste, such as metal shavings, dust, and wastewater. If not managed properly, these wastes can pollute the environment and harm ecosystems.

4. Chemical Use: Some manufacturing processes involve the use of chemicals for cleaning, coating, or plating. Improper handling and disposal of these chemicals can lead to environmental contamination.

5. Transportation: The transportation of raw materials, components, and finished drive sprockets can contribute to air pollution and carbon emissions.

6. End-of-Life Disposal: At the end of their useful life, drive sprockets may be discarded. If not recycled or disposed of properly, they can end up in landfills, adding to the waste problem.

7. Sustainable Practices: To mitigate these environmental impacts, manufacturers can adopt sustainable practices. This includes using recycled materials, optimizing energy use, reducing waste generation, and implementing cleaner production technologies.

8. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): Conducting a life cycle assessment of drive sprocket manufacturing can help identify areas of high environmental impact. LCA evaluates the environmental performance of the product from raw material extraction to end-of-life disposal.

9. Certifications: Manufacturers can pursue certifications such as ISO 14001 (Environmental Management Systems) to demonstrate their commitment to reducing environmental impacts.

10. Recycling and Reuse: Encouraging the recycling and reuse of drive sprockets can reduce the demand for new raw materials and decrease waste.

11. Product Design: Optimize the design of drive sprockets for efficiency and durability, which can extend their lifespan and reduce the need for frequent replacements.

By implementing environmentally friendly practices and considering the entire lifecycle of drive sprockets, manufacturers can reduce their environmental footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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What are the signs of wear and damage in drive sprockets, and how can I identify them?

Drive sprockets are critical components in power transmission systems, and it’s essential to identify signs of wear and damage early to prevent potential failures and downtime. Here are some common signs of wear and damage in drive sprockets:

  • Teeth Wear: Examine the sprocket teeth for signs of wear, such as flattened, rounded, or hooked profiles. Worn teeth can cause poor engagement with the chain, leading to inefficient power transfer and noise during operation.
  • Corrosion: Rust or corrosion on the sprocket surface can weaken the material over time, compromising its structural integrity. Check for any signs of corrosion, especially in sprockets used in outdoor or humid environments.
  • Cracks or Breaks: Inspect the sprocket for any visible cracks, breaks, or chipped teeth. Cracks can lead to sudden failure, posing safety risks and potential damage to other components.
  • Chain Skipping: If the chain frequently skips or jumps over the sprocket teeth during operation, it could indicate excessive wear on the sprocket or the chain itself.
  • Chain Elongation: A stretched or elongated chain can cause uneven wear on the sprocket teeth, affecting the overall performance and increasing the risk of premature failure.
  • Excessive Noise: Unusual noises, such as grinding or clicking sounds during operation, may suggest that the sprocket or chain needs inspection and maintenance.
  • Poor Performance: Decreased efficiency or power transfer in the power transmission system can be an indicator of worn or damaged sprockets.

To identify these signs of wear and damage, conduct regular visual inspections of the drive sprockets. Pay attention to the sprocket teeth, surface condition, and any irregularities. Additionally, monitoring performance metrics, such as chain wear and vibration levels, can help in detecting potential issues.

If you notice any of these signs, it is essential to address the problem promptly. Depending on the severity of wear or damage, you may need to replace the drive sprocket or the entire power transmission system to ensure safe and efficient operation.

China manufacturer Drive Sprocket for CZPT Kh180 Crawler Crane  China manufacturer Drive Sprocket for CZPT Kh180 Crawler Crane
editor by CX 2023-08-15