Tsubaki of Canada Ltd. offers a special tool designed specifically for dismantling a wide variety of engineered class chain. For example, it can be used with our engineered class asphalt chains, cement chains, welded steel chains, and mining chains. These various types of engineered class chain offer high strength and resistance to fatigue and shock loads. For instance, our engineered class drive chains can handle demanding conditions because they are made using the most advanced manufacturing and heat-treating techniques. The engineered class chain tool makes it easy to dismantle these rugged chains.
Engineered class chain tool
The engineered class chain tool makes it easy to assemble or disassemble chains as it produces approximately 2,000 pounds of push-out force on the chain pitch. This amount of force is suitable for most engineered class chain with pin diameters over 1/2 inch. The tool uses hydraulic power to provide safe and smooth operation that makes the job simple.
The engineered class chains this tool is designed for incorporate alloy steel parts that provide extra hardness and uniform core strength. In fact, all of our engineered class drive chains with ultimate strength ratings over 112,000 pounds are made from alloy steel entirely.
Tsubaki of Canada Ltd. has been earning the trust of the Canadian market since 1973. As a division of Japan’s Tsubakimoto Chain Co., our products are backed up by 100 years of experience. Our durable and long-lasting solutions offer customers the best value. For more information on our wide selection, visit the company website.
We have experience providing reliable chain, sprockets, bushings, and more for customers in many different industries. Some of the markets we often serve include manufacturing, automotive, forestry, mining, and food.