China Professional Drive Sprocket 205-27-71281 Chain Sprocket for CZPT PC200

Product Description

Excavator PC200 Drive Sprocket Rim

Product Description

Product: Sprocket and Segment
Material: 35MnB
Production Process: Casting/Forging
Surface Hardness: HRC50-60; depth : 4-10mm
Color: Black, Yellow or Customized 
Compatible Machine:  Excavator/Bulldozer 
Certification: ISO9001
Deliver time:  7-15 days after contrast established 
Offer customized Service : Yes

 

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Main Feature

 

  • Through professional quench-tempering processes to guarantee excellent mechanical properties, high strength and superior wear resistance to avoid bending and breakage.
  • Produced in advance machining center and vertical CNC turning machine for precision requirements.
  • strict quality management ensures the effective and stable products.

 

    Dozer Excavator Part No.

    Komatsu PC40,PC60-1,PC60-5,PC90,PC100-3,PC120,PC200-3,PC300-3,D4D, etc.
    Caterpillar E70B,E100B,E120B,E180,E200B,D3C,D3K,D5H,D6M,D6N,D6D,D5B,D7G,D7R,D8R,D8N, etc
    Hitachi EX40,EX60-1,EX60-6,EX70,EX100,EX120,EX200-1,EX220-1,UH083,UH07-7, etc
    Hyundai R55-7,R255-7,R250,R290,R305-7,R200, rtc.
    Sumitomo SH120,SH200,SH280,SH300,SH430, etc.
    Samsung SE210,SE210-3,SE280,SE350-2, etc.
    Volvo EC210,EC240, etc.
    Kobelco  SK200,SK07-2,SK100,SK120,SK220-3,SK220-1,SK300,SK310,SK320, etc.
    Daewoo DH55,DH220-3/5,DH300,DH330-3, etc.
    PS: The models above are just for reference, we can’t list all models here. We can supply more products as your requirements.

     

     

    Company Profile

    Establised in 2007, CZPT always insist on quality first, service first, continuously introduce new equipment, improve products quanlity and increase production capacity.
    Among them, forged bucket teeth, as 1 of the main products of CZPT Forging, can match most brands on the market, and the R&D department is also committed to developing new bucket teeth to adapt to different brands of excavators, such as Caterpillar, Komatsu, Volvo, and mini excavators, etc.

     

    Packaging & Shipping

    FAQ

    1. You are a trader or a manufacture?
    We are an industry and trade integration business, our factory located in HangZhou ,and our sales department is in City centre of HangZhou.

    2. How can I be sure the part will fit my excavator?
    Give us correct model number/machine serial number/ any numbers on the parts itself. Or measure the parts give us dimension or drawing.

    3. How about the payment terms?
    We usually accept T/T or L/C. other terms also could be negotiated.

    4. What is your minimum order?
    It depends on what you are buying. Normally, we don’t have MOQ request.

    5. What is your delivery time?
    If don’t stock in factory : 20 days . If there are any parts in stock , our delivery time is only 0-7 days.

    6. What about Quality Control?
    We have a perfect QC system for the perfect products. A team who will detect the product quality and specification piece carefully, monitoring every production process until packing is complete, to ensure product safety into container.

    7. Can offer the sample ?
    For forged bucket teeth we can offer free sample, but the clients need bear the freight. 

     

    Type: Undercarriage
    Usage: Special Excavator, Mining Excavator
    Certification: ISO9001: 2000
    Condition: New
    Hardness: HRC50-60; Depth : 4-10mm
    Process: Casting/Forging
    Samples:
    US$ 100/Piece
    1 Piece(Min.Order)

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    Customization:
    Available

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    drive sprocket

    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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    Can drive sprockets be used in automotive and motorcycle applications?

    Yes, drive sprockets are commonly used in automotive and motorcycle applications as part of the power transmission systems. In these vehicles, drive sprockets work in conjunction with chains or belts to transfer power from the engine to the wheels, enabling the vehicle to move.

    Automotive Applications:

    In automotive applications, drive sprockets are most commonly found in internal combustion engine vehicles that use a timing chain or timing belt. The timing chain or belt connects the engine’s crankshaft to the camshaft(s), ensuring the precise opening and closing of engine valves at the right time. This synchronization is crucial for the engine’s proper operation and performance. Automotive drive sprockets are often made of durable materials like steel to withstand the high loads and stresses encountered in engines.

    Motorcycle Applications:

    In motorcycles, drive sprockets are an essential part of the chain drive system. Most motorcycles use a chain to transfer power from the engine’s output shaft to the rear wheel. The drive sprocket, located on the output shaft, meshes with the motorcycle chain, which, in turn, connects to the driven sprocket on the rear wheel. As the engine revs up, power is transmitted through the chain and drive sprocket to propel the motorcycle forward. Motorcycle drive sprockets are also commonly made of steel or other durable materials to withstand the forces involved in transmitting power to the rear wheel.

    Advantages of Drive Sprockets in Automotive and Motorcycle Applications:

  • Efficient Power Transmission: Drive sprockets efficiently transfer power from the engine to the wheels, ensuring smooth acceleration and driving performance.
  • Reliability: When properly maintained, drive sprockets are durable and can withstand the rigors of automotive and motorcycle operation.
  • Cost-Effective: Drive sprockets and chain or belt systems are generally cost-effective compared to other power transmission methods.
  • Adaptability: Drive sprockets can be easily replaced or modified to achieve different gear ratios, allowing for customization of vehicle performance.
  • Overall, drive sprockets play a crucial role in power transmission systems, making them integral components in automotive and motorcycle applications. Regular inspection, maintenance, and replacement of worn-out sprockets are essential to ensure optimal performance and safety on the road.

    drive sprocket

    How do drive sprockets work in conjunction with chains and other components?

    In a mechanical power transmission system, drive sprockets play a vital role in working with chains and other components to transfer rotational motion and power from one shaft to another. The interaction between drive sprockets, chains, and additional components is essential for the efficient functioning of the system.

    1. Chain Engagement: Drive sprockets are designed with teeth that correspond to the pitch of the chain they are intended to work with. When power is applied to the drive sprocket, it rotates, causing the teeth to engage with the links of the chain. This engagement creates a positive drive system, where the sprocket and chain move in sync, transmitting motion and power along the chain’s length.

    2. Chain Wrap: The chain wraps partially around the circumference of the drive sprocket. The degree of wrap, known as the chain wrap angle, influences the efficiency of power transmission and the sprocket’s ability to maintain a secure grip on the chain. A larger chain wrap angle generally results in better power transmission and reduced likelihood of chain slippage.

    3. Chain Tension: To maintain proper chain engagement, tension must be applied to the chain. Drive sprockets are often mounted on an adjustable shaft or a tensioner to ensure the chain remains tight. Proper chain tension prevents excess slack, reduces vibration, and minimizes the risk of the chain disengaging from the sprocket.

    4. Interaction with Driven Sprockets: In many systems, the drive sprocket is connected to a driven sprocket through a continuous loop of chain. When the drive sprocket rotates, it pulls the chain along, causing the driven sprocket to rotate as well. This allows the transmission of motion and power from the input shaft (connected to the drive sprocket) to the output shaft (connected to the driven sprocket).

    5. Gear Ratio: The combination of the number of teeth on the drive sprocket and the driven sprocket determines the gear ratio of the system. The gear ratio affects the speed and torque output of the mechanical system. By altering the size of the sprockets, the gear ratio can be modified to suit specific operational requirements.

    6. Lubrication: Proper lubrication of the chain-sprocket interface is crucial for reducing friction, wear, and noise. Lubricants ensure smooth movement of the chain on the sprocket, thereby enhancing the overall efficiency and lifespan of the system.

    Overall, drive sprockets, in conjunction with chains and other components, facilitate the efficient and reliable transfer of power in mechanical systems. Their precise design, engagement with the chain, and interaction with driven sprockets ensure smooth and controlled motion, making them essential components in a wide range of applications.

    China Professional Drive Sprocket 205-27-71281 Chain Sprocket for CZPT PC200  China Professional Drive Sprocket 205-27-71281 Chain Sprocket for CZPT PC200
    editor by CX 2023-09-04