silent chain

Silent chain, or inverted-tooth chain, is usually a kind of chain with teeth formed on its links to engage with the teeth in the sprockets. Silent chains drives aren’t really silent. The links in a silent chain drive, however, build relationships the sprocket tooth with little influence or sliding, and because of this a silent chain creates less vibrations and noise than other chains. The quantity of noise generated by a silent chain drive is dependent of many elements including sprocket size, velocity, lubrication, load, and drive support. A web link belt silent chain contains removable links joined by rivets or interlocking tabs. These chains provide advantage of set up without dismantling drive components, gear motor for greenhouse reducing inventory, and increasing temperature ranges