Silent Chains for Conveying

Ultralife

Ultralife
UltraLife is Ramsey's best quality conveyor chain, designed for high-speed production lines and field tested in glass plants around the world. The improved performance of UltraLife is the result of Ramsey's proprietary link and chain production techniques.

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Ramsey Standard

Ramsey Standard
First introduced more than 30 years ago, Ramsey standard conveyor has become the chain most often used in glass plants around the world. By using an oval pin joint designed specifically for the glass industry, standard conveyor provides trouble-free operation in most production settings. Produced exclusively by Ramsey, it includes many of the features of UltraLife but at a reduced price.

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Lifeguard silent chain

Wear Protected Chains
Ramsey's wear protected chains are designed to extend chain life and improve product handling, especially in applications where conveyors run in contact with lateral guides or transfer plates. Using patented links and technology, Ramsey offers a number of wear protected chain designs including, Lifeguard, Allguard FX, Sentry, and R-Select.

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Extended Pitch

Extended Pitch
Extended pitch conveyor was developed in cooperation with glass industry engineers looking for a lightweight, long-lasting chain that would operate on existing 1/2" pitch sprockets. This was achieved by increasing the average thickness of individual links from 0.060" to 0.090" and increasing the pitch from 1/2" to 1". The resulting chain has less mass than a comparable width standard conveyor. With fewer joints per foot, it has a reduced number of contacts for fouling and wear.

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Lo Profile ™

Lo Profile
Produced to the same quality standards as standard conveyor, Ramsey Lo-Profile conveyor has a reduced overall link height and larger flats on the tips of each link. The increased surface area on the bottom of the chain serves to reduce bearing stress on wear plates, effectively reducing link wear and resistance to sliding. It works well where a more compact chain is needed.

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